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I am not a music snob. At all. I like all kinds. Sure less of screamo, certain country songs but if I hear it and like it, it's going to get downloaded. People have become much more tolerant with music these days.

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I love this movie It's sad and true. I normally go towards funny but I had to see a real romance on screen, not my favorite Disney ending. And it was spot on. I saw my parents marriage end, and this movie, it was right. It honestly reflects a cultures declining marriage rate. Not to be depressing, I know many marriages work out. But a lot don't. And it's about time that was reflected.

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Musicals are fun, but this is one of my favorites. They make fun of the way plays are produced, poke fun at stereotypes and friendship. And they go on an adventure...but they totally make fun of how typical adventures are done! It's great fun and if you pay close enough attention you learn a bit about our society.

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I'm one of these people. A geek through and through. I'm running out of ways to say Adventure but I guess the show Adventure Time sums that up for me. We want heroes. And I know of many, many shows that give them to us. And make us laugh.

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If I had more time (and patience) I'd probably play a lot more video games. But one I love is the Legend of Zelda games. Hero, gets the girls, save the town and princess. Never say a word.

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I never got into Star Wars into recently. One again I'm probably gonna say it's the adventure and action. The young boy who rises up from nothing and saves everyone. The usual. People like knowing they have a chance to do something, to be a hero. Let's hear it for the under dogs!! It could also be the killer lines Darth Vader has or how awesome Han Solo is...

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I don't have one but I do want one. Just like everyone else (those big C Culture lovers would raise their nose at that). They've got everything! So many apps, internet, Facebook, music, it doesn't end! It's a tiny laptop that also takes your calls! You'd never get bored, which many people can't stand, being bored. And yes, you'd be connected (because we can't stand being out of the loop) and forever amused...until the newest iphone comes out.

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Mystery. Friendship. Humour. British. I'm a fan of a few British shows (Doctor Who too). The BBC Holmes is a modern day version of the books and lets us watch a socially awkward, yet adorable, Sherlock solve these impossible crimes and gets a kick out of it. He's that weird kid that you either are or know and never stops to fascinate you. The writer of this show knows humans can be addicted to a certain type of sadness and he pushes it. Our culture, and british culture, appear to love that.

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So...Tumblr isn't as popular and I kinda like that. It's a website I can lose myself in for hours and laugh and agree with a ton of things. I actually learn a lot about news from there, in a sarcastic manner. The audience that uses tumblr are either your"hipsters" or bored,movie/tv show loving people who basically worship all things pop culture like. And they give such relatable posts for students. It shows everything that some elite thinker, labels dumb or stupid...and we love it.

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Disney, part of so many of our childhoods and many of us hang on to it us we grow up (I certainly did). It's not just the Disney Princesses, though I personally love them, it's about the dream. Being free, adventure, romance, growing up,being yourself and just plain fun. Disney creates some of the best animated movies for children and hey, even for adults. Disney is for dreamers and Americans want the dream. And I want to go to Disney World more but that's another story.

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Harry Potter was the first book that got me into reading back in third grade. It did that with a lot of people, the ages are so spread out. Of course you have people me age (the Harry Potter generation!) that was the main target audience she was writing for but that didn't matter in the end. People love it because it takes that old idea of magic and witches and puts a new and creative twist on it with action, fun and love-of all forms. Plus we all want best friends like Ron and Hermonie.

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I'm Taylor, a Sophomore majoring in journalism. I love reading, which is good since I work at the public library in my town. I've lived in Northern Kentucky my whole life and only have lived in two houses.

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