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Anonymous asked:

I do not have a tumblr, and this "Comments & Questions" page is the only way I know how to contact you. I thought I remembered seeing an email where people could also send things related to the blog, but don't remember what exactly is was or where I saw it (or if I'm just making that up). That being said, you mentioned you were going to talk about Streetcar in other places; are you meaning social media-wise? Sorry to use this venue to ask this question (but, again, don't know how else to do it).

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My email (which I TRY to check… once in a while… I will definitely check it if you send something and then drop me a note here) is shitbetweenus@gmail.com…

I may talk about Streetcar via my personal Tumblr but, given several factors, I’m not going to share that url here!

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Anonymous asked:

Please don't hide from controversy now. Did you enjoy Gillian's performance? Were you disappointed b/c the hype let you down? I was not able to see it and VALUE your opinion.

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Oh, I absolutely enjoyed it and thought she was amazing. But even I am going to talk about it elsewhere. I think it was a great performance that certain actors should have both a personal and professional interest in seeing, but otherwise gushing about the play would be off-topic for this blog.

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agirlcallednarelle asked:

So. it's not related to Science, but tell us your thoughts on Streetcar. I have had NO ONE to discuss it with! So I'm hoping for a giant Tumblr discussion of love. I put my thoughts on my page this morning to kick things off…. Please feel free to re-work this comment to make it more post-friendly!! (that is if you wanted to post it in the first place…) PS - amazing investigative work.

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I am probably not the best place to go to for this — I recommend lebeeson and allthewayfrombelfast!

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Anonymous asked:

All this buzz about Streetcar, have you gone to see it? Or will be seeing it soon? :)

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In about two hours! Just in cinemas but so excited!

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Anonymous asked:

So, Gillian is headed for NYCC this year! Any chance we might have some coffee break or light dinner between our favorite duo? ;)

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ONE CAN HOPE

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Anonymous asked:

RE your consideration of actors viewing other actors work. I sat a few places away from Toni Collette and she seemed very involved. Leaning forward, getting all focussed and shit. I wonder how the cast members feel when they know acting royalty like Cate, Baldwin and McKellan are in the audience. Do they huddle together in the interval and go 'oh my god no WAY!'?

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oh man that is AWESOME, I love Toni Collette and she is a serious business actress!

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badforthefish asked:

"Heady times, 2008." I was at this premiere and watched them arrive on screen from inside the theater. As I was busy kicking myself (if we'd waited a bit longer we could have been on the red carpet at the same time), a friend shouted: "OMG! SHE JUST TOUCHED HIS ASS!" I laughed thinking she was making it up, but my friend was adamant and later we saw a video confirming it: Anderson's hand, for a nano second had wandered south. I even made an icon of that shot in the name of science. Weird times.

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Indeed, this has a post — and lo, its own tag.

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youalwayskeepmeguessing asked:

Hard times on FYDG. In a quest to cheer you up I pressed your random button, using the fine lost art of bibliomancy or rather tumblrmancy and asking 'What does s/he need to hear right now?' The answer was Bree Sharp's song. Honestly, so uplifting. Go and reblog yrself right now and enjoy your foray into the 90s.

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Thank you for bringing the term bibliomancy to this Tumblr!!

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Anonymous asked:

Ex-Pat reporting live from London. Just saw Streetcar. For the love of God, did we ever find out if David attended? Not only was unmissable Gillian was in various states of undress for 1/4 of the show, she was looking ridiculously hot. The thought of him sitting in the audience watching the show is too much for me to take. Please advise.

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I am seeing the show (in a theater in the US) tomorrow evening and AM SO EXCITED OH MAN. I will possibly be speculating as to, uh, Natascha McElhone’s experience in the audience, were she to see it. Which she just did. Yes. Or perhaps Alec Baldwin. I have a lively interest in the viewing experiences of, uh, other actors in general. When watching Gillian kick ass.

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Anonymous asked:

wow. I just cannot believe this fandom and that there are literally people out there sending you messages to JUSTIFY their tagging DD in a post where they openly wish DD would give his ex-wife a fatal disease and that she'd die. how dare we criticize them!

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ah, fandom. always giving someone a chance to go off the deep end.

I totally agree that it is inappropriate to tag them in links to posts that aren’t your own — and even worse to repost artwork. But I also think we need to own what we post here, because it is naive to think they haven’t seen/been shown tumblr.

This is a fair point. I live in terror of either of them being shown this blog (thus my anger at people who actually LINK THEM TO IT WTF). I really wish fandom could still be done in “secure” places as in days of yore and I actually do have a plan for trying to cover up the blog should it ever get seriously leaked or god forbid go viral. But I do want to own up to doing something in (essentially) public that would probably make them very uncomfortable.

That said I have not recently posted anything speculating that David is trying to give his ex-wife a disease so that she dies. A prize for me today.

1st tagged is this @ not this # And 2nd, I tagged David and Gillian (using this @) with that post bc I found it funny but I DID NOT TAG THEM talking shit about TL. -_-

Sorry but (a) you posted it in a completely public place, (b) you hashtagged it! hello! people look at hashtags! we have some indication that they’ve looked at their hashtags or searched their names on twitter! (c) YOU POSTED THIS GROSS THING IN A PUBLIC PLACE WHERE THEY ARE KNOWN TO LOOK AT THINGS.

And you tagged them to something you found funny but which was utterly inappropriate because (a) they would most likely not get the humor of it anyway and (b) if they did they might be more bothered than amused by it.

WHY do you feel the need to push stuff in their faces? Have they given any indication that they enjoy seeing what fans online think of them? Do you imagine that they will feel GOOD if they saw the content on your Twitter because you constantly @ them? Or are you just doing it for your own gratification in feeling that you have the power to impinge on their lives in some way? That’s my honest question.

Both of u are confusing me with someone else! Bc I never in my entire life tagged Gillian and David, talking shit about TL… The ONLY person I know who do that is Cristina Vereda!!! That weirdo used to do that! Ask 1st instead of talking about me!

So this twitter account with this post is not you?

That Twitter account also posted this link to my blog while @tagging Gillian and David, which is almost as weird and inappropriate.

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