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 It has definitely grown on me, but I think part if that is because we are getting to know Cameron and Donna better, and I care WAY more about them than either Joe or Gordon.  The episode with the wiped disks was the turning point for me, largely because of the interaction between then women.  I suddenly became a lot more invested in these characters.  Though, I still can’t stand Joe.

I can’t believe I went on like that about Halt and Catch Fire and didn’t talk about Donna. Donna and those wiped disks are way more of the reason I kept watching than Joe screaming into the void. I thought I would care about Gordon more than I do, and now I don’t but am FULLY into Donna being the most interesting person on the show. Also I don’t like Joe, but I’m interested in him. I think. If this show is really about the violent capitalism of the ’80s and gender and less about this obvious story about how we all rely on technology now, that would be cool. So we’ll see. 

Almost caught up now and I have to say that I’m pretty fascinated - the women on the show, especially Donna, being the main source of my fascination, as it has evolved into something I did not at all expect when I first started watching. I like the complexity and ambivalence of it, if that makes sense - you don’t find a lot of shows on TV that don’t muscle you into taking sides, but Halt and Catch Fire is okay with letting you muddle along and not be sure who you should want to win, so to speak. Even Joe, who is awful in some really fundamental ways, is also this guy with serious childhood trauma, a terrible father and a past that includes trying to fall in love with someone who was in love with him - it’s really interesting, and strange, and maybe too much for TV in some ways, even if it’s AMC. I do hope it finds an audience, because I want to see where it goes.

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Yeah, I know enough about myself to know that this is just too much woman for me.

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ART: Hip Hop x High Art = Fly Art

Fly Art, a Tumblr account created by students Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano has been perfectly mixing popular rap lyrics and Renaissance paintings since December 2013 and we only can hope that they never stop. 

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