The BetsyG-Spot

Love, life, and sex in the suburbs

Posts in “Media”

Long weekend…

February 12, 2009 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG rambles about…um…well, if she knew, it wouldn’t have been rambling.


Very Ready for the Weekend

February 05, 2009 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG mostly talks about The Pretenders concert, and is actually so tired she is writing with her eyes closed, now 75% asleep.

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Is Milk Money?

January 20, 2009 Category: Media, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG goes off the deep end writing this review of the movie Milk when she probably should have been writing about the Obama inauguration.

Retro Road

January 08, 2009 Category: Media, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG reviews Revolutionary Road starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. Sort of.

I Heart Essays

December 09, 2008 Category: Media, Wheel of Fortune, Writing

BetsyG talks about one aspect of why she loves essays, both reading them and writing them.

In The Heights: Full Confession

October 14, 2008 Category: Media, Wheel of Fortune

BetsyG summarizes her view of musicals in general and In The Heights specifically. Not your average review.

Death of Brilliance

September 16, 2008 Category: Media, Mind and body, Wheel of Fortune

I’m profoundly sad that David Foster Wallace commited suicide. In this article, I reflect on my experience reading his work and ponder the unanswerable “whys.”

Life, Batman, and a Paddle

August 14, 2008 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG finishes telling about her vacation, and even gives her review of Batman: The Dark Knight. Was Heath Ledger as great as they say? BetsyG shares her opinion.

Vacation Washout

August 08, 2008 Category: Media, Random

BetsyG finally took some time to enjoy the summer, but the week was mostly a weather washout. But she managed to climb a mountain, get to the beach, see Sex and the City (the movie), and buy some new furniture. Read all about it…

Why I Hate Oldies

July 22, 2008 Category: Getting on, Media, Wheel of Fortune

Ron doesn’t just hate the sound of oldies music; oldies affect him profoundly…and negatively. This beautifully written essay looks at nostalgia, and offers a philosophical view on what oldies might say about your life.




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