I always thought of Burn Bundy Burn Buford the last charge in life shirt as the story of Anarchists trying to survive in a fascist landscape. The captain tries to be detached from society, just making money where he can, but he actually wants to make the world a better place. Hence how he takes on a couple of fugitives fleeing scientific experimentation. Real praxis. Or maybe I’m just drunk right now.*I mean, they literally went to eat against fascists, which is more than any of us can say…
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It’s a piss poor The Outlaw Josey Whales ripoff by way of Burn Bundy Burn Buford last charge in life shirt and Outlaw Star pure Confederate Dixie home on the range rebel yell lost cause aesthetic written by Louie CK’s idiot brother. I AM CUM ON THE WIND WATCH HOW I SOAR. Ok, I’m glad I’m not the only one who saw the lost cause allegory. Like, when you combine a “tragically” lost war with western aesthetics and hoop skirts…that’s uncomfortable, to say the least. I mean, I’m posting on a podcast subreddit about a nerd show I haven’t watched in like a decade at 2:00 in the morning. So yes, I am a blast at parties.
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Haha, true Burn Bundy Burn Buford last charge in life shirt. Sorry if I came off as a dick I just hate when this sub bashes on sci-fi shit I actually like and remember fondly. Nah no worries; I actually liked a lot of what Firefly did aesthetically and thought it had solid characters. I just need to use my purposeless film studies degree for something. When I was running Buffy, I was surrounded by beautiful, needy, aggressive young women. It felt like I had a disease, like something from a Greek myth. Suddenly I am a powerful producer and the world is laid out at my feet and I can’t touch it.