We've all been there. Whether something big or small, whether something important or relatively insignificant, there are things we attempt that rattle us. Maybe they rattle us so much that we don't try again. Maybe just the thought of trying is so rattling that we don't even start.
Please stop pretending you have the right to play in our culture and then throw away like it was party decor when you're done. Stop claiming deep connections and ties to India just because you had one brief encounter with it. Stop reducing us to stereotypes and erasing our complexities. Just stop.
I look forward to Fuller House, not just for its immense potential for wonderfully cheesy nostalgia, but also for the possibility to see something I thought had ended come alive, grow, adapt, and become relevant once more.
With Netflix about to unveil the Full House sequel whimsically called Fuller House, it's safe to say some fans of the original have wondered over these last 20 years how life was treating D.J. Tanner and her friends.