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Nov 12, 2012
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Google image search: “a man”

Google image search: “a man”


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Sep 13, 2012
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So anyway.

So anyway.


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Jan 28, 2012
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Aubrey and Tessa Do the Internet

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or, “Walking With Diane Keaton: A Conversation With Tessa Strain

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Yesterday Aubrey and I had a talk about things to do on the internet when you’ve done everything on the internet and why Diane Keaton has great potential as a spiritual force.


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Nov 7, 2011
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Tonight, while googling Pecos Bill, I found the Wikipedia page for fearsome critters, and nothing will ever be the same.

Tonight, while googling Pecos Bill, I found the Wikipedia page for fearsome critters, and nothing will ever be the same.


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Jun 4, 2011
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I guess the question now is do I quit Twitter or do I keep trying to chase this high for the rest of my life.

I guess the question now is do I quit Twitter or do I keep trying to chase this high for the rest of my life.


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May 22, 2011
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I get defensive about some things

Geoff [sniffling]: Allergies are the worst.

Me: If it makes you feel any better, according to Twitter, Solange is also being aggravated by allergies this season.

Geoff: I thought you unfollowed Solange.

Me: OH MY GOD, NO, WHY WOULD YOU EVEN SAY SOMETHING LIKE THAT.


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May 1, 2011
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Following the Winklevii on Twitter provides a hilariously unrewarding glimpse into the mind of two very boring people. So. If you’re into that.

Following the Winklevii on Twitter provides a hilariously unrewarding glimpse into the mind of two very boring people. So. If you’re into that.


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Apr 27, 2011
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How long do you think it’ll be before the government figures out that late night Twitter is probably a super effective interrogation technique?

How long do you think it’ll be before the government figures out that late night Twitter is probably a super effective interrogation technique?


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Apr 22, 2011
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A Repulsive Interactions Primer

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I’ve curated a “Best Of” selection from approximately the last year’s worth of posts for new followers and anyone else who is interested:

I also encourage you to check out my half-abandoned blog of essays about the San Fernando Valley (which is actually my primary Tumblr account due to “whoops” and also the good people of Tumblr still not having figured out how to let us change that, so if I follow you, it’s from that account), my old art blog, and my twitter.

Gonna start off this new era with some shameless self-aggrandizement (would it help if I told you I mispronounced the word “aggrandizement” until a year ago?). A more recent post not included on this list is this here essay on critics and criticism.

Enjoy.


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Apr 22, 2011
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The beginning of the end of the beginning of an era

Hey everyone, it’s me, your pal Tessa Strain! Welcome to my new-old blog! It used to be about the San Fernando Valley, but those essays are moving over here now (that url should look familiar), possibly to be revisited by me (you of course are at your leisure to revisit them whenever). Don’t worry if some posts are missing right now—it’s all going to be moved thataway in time.

Meanwhile, all the sundries from my brain once found on Repulsive Interactions will be posted here from now on. Meaning, I’ll no longer have to juggle my valblog/repulsiveinteractions identities, to the confusion of all involved. Much more straightforward, no? 

Anyway, moving my operation over here will be a bit of a process, so bear with me and give me a follow on Twitter if you want some stability while the transition is happening.