Tag Archives: famous for bad reasons

Happy Birthday To Us

Sometime last September, the Libra emailed me and raised the question of resurrecting our old college blog. I agreed, and a few days later she sent me this. The next day, I defined FFBR (sort of) and off we went. … Continue reading

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The Future: in Front of a Live Studio Audience?

I watched the “2 Broke Girls” premiere in support of one of my favorite “internet personalities” Molls, who’s one of the staff writers for the show. I feel it’s important to point out when somebody, anybody, gets hired for being … Continue reading

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Apartment Interlude: How FFBR Handles Plantlife

My friend I’m subletting from may have, in fact, left some plants behind– either for us to keep, to watch over, or for her to come and retrieve later with a car. I’m not sure yet. At any rate, I’ve … Continue reading

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Why We’re Not Mad About Mad Men

A fan recently requested that we write why it is we don’t like Mad Men (as mentioned here). We aim to please, so here you go. The Gemini I’m sure the Libra has more analytical reasons than myself, but for … Continue reading

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Why FFBR Can’t Deal with Will Schuester

Now that I’m a total “Glee” fanatic, the Gemini and I have frequent exchanges about the show, as I try to catch up, even resorting to Hulu Plus (free one week trial!) to watch as many missed episodes of season … Continue reading

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The Libra’s Love/Hate Relationship with Hollywood, Part 1

During spring break of 2010, my friend the Leo and I were in my father’s Studio City home, watching Precious on an Academy Award screener. This, if you don’t know, is the free swag you get for being an Oscar … Continue reading

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How to Be More Important than James Franco

One day my friend Sisyphus informed me that James Franco was getting a PhD in English lit, just like she was! “This is just great,” she said. “The economy’s bad enough, and the job market for humanities is abysmal. Now … Continue reading

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