“Asperger’s is not a “get out of jail free” card that gives a person license to say and do whatever they want and not get reprimanded for it.”
Author: Full of Questions
My favorite mystery novel ever!
Mikey Insanity came to visit me, and we saw “The Fault in Our Stars.”
This is a song from the film Guest from the Future (Гостья из будущего).
Mental Health Month- A Quick Note About Depression and Reaching Out
I know you’re probably sick of this song, but I said, what the hell, I’ll put this up.
I know a few parts are out of tune. Sorry.
Full of Questions takes a look at one of her favorite Christmas specials ever.
Full of Questions lists the 4 reasons why Most Evil, a Discovery show hosted by forensic psychologist Michael Stone, doesn’t use the greatest methods to determine that John Wayne Gacy was more evil than Jim Jones.
Full of Questions takes a look at The Sixth Sense, where Bruce Willis stalks a very precocious Haley Joel Osment, who has one of the most ridiculously quoted movie lines ever.
Cheburashka is one of Russia’s most popular cartoon characters. How does his show stand up to the withering critical eye of Cheapskate and his Russian-American colleague, Full of Questions?
A group of religious people freak out when a curse spreads around that causes people to be killed by dopplegangers of themselves. Oh, the sucky things America’s Next Top Model helped me discover…
Full of Questions looks at the long running series of novels about four kids named Henry, Jessie, Violet, and Benny who used to live alone in a boxcar. Now they solve mysteries and are a huge source of nostalgia.
Music by Rolf Lovland.
Lyrics by Brendan Graham. Cut me some slack- I’m still learning how to play, and I’m teaching myself.
Vlog for Mental Health Month – All twelve-year-olds are stupid, but not all twelve-year-olds are so stupid that they permanently damage their teeth.
Despite her lackluster performances in the Twilight movies, Full of Questions thinks that Kristen Stewart is a good actress. To help explain why, she reviews Speak, a movie she saw way before she knew about Twilight, where Stewart plays a high school student who becomes mute after after a traumatic incident.
In this schlocky horror film, Hilary Swank travels to the Louisiana bayou to investigate a series of events that seem to resemble the ten plagues as described in the Book of Exodus, and gets stalked by AnnaSophia Robb, who might be devil spawn.
Yulia showcases her favorite mystery novel of all time: Daniel Hecht’s Puppets, the prequel to Skull Session, and a grossly underrated tale about a serial killer who hangs his victims like marionettes on the wall… and it has some stuff about illegal government experiments, too.
UPDATED Dec. 9, 2012 with commentary from Full of Questions!
Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard adopt a little Russian girl (Hunger Games‘s Clove) who seems sweet and innocent, but soon she’s killing small animals, dropping F bombs, and seducing her adoptive father. Luckily, it’s all explained away by an utterly bonkers twist ending.