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Rev Rant: Sexy Heroines


3:20 PM on 09.09.2009



Every week, sort of, features editor Anthony Burch discusses a topic of his choosing for his Rev Rant video series. He then writes an explanatory introduction to each episode where he refers to himself in the third person.

Which is worse -- a heroine who overtly panders to your sexual impulses, or one who tries to hide it? I can't hope to answer that question for anybody else, but I give my own answer to a question nobody was really asking in this week's Rev Rant. That's pretty much the best I can do.

I am, however, happy to report that there are no glaring technical issues with this week's episode, save for the fact that I'm wearing a t-shirt. But I don't regret that, you hear? I don't regret it in the slightest.






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