(January 31st 2014)

Netflix #2

Blog: Netflix #2

So I'm a fan of Joss Whedon. I really liked Avengers Assemble and Cabin in the Woods, I even have a brown coats hockey jersey. When the Owl City song “Fireflies” came out I made a point of re-writing the lyrics to be about the TV show Firefly instead of those “lightening bugs” as Mr. Owl refers to them as. I really like Joss Whedon and I would say that I am a fan of Joss Whedon... I would not however say that I am a Joss Whedon fan because, in my experience “Joss Whedon fans” are ferocious nerds. My ferocity isn't particularly lacking generally but I can never argue for Joss as avidly as true “Joss Whedon Fans”. There isn't an awful lot of point to this blog post other than to say that “Joss Whedon fans” are on par with Beliebers in terms of hero worship. He's not the worst person to idolise, in fact there's a lot of reasons to like the man. I generally just take issue with any group that's collective arguing style is to stick their fingers in their ears and start chanting “la-la-la-la-la-I-am-not-listening-la-la-la-la-la-la” whenever you say a bad word about their new media messiah. Again, really can't stress this enough, I do generally like Joss Whedon's work. In conclusion, love him or really love him, Joss Whedon is undeniably the king of the nerds right now and for the foreseeable future so, all hail the king until Felicia Day devours him and gains his power.

You can't take the sky from me.