I went to bed at three a.m. and woke at seven a.m., so I am tired. I did an editing job this morning, so I got something accomplished there, too.
I've been reading the various Glee recaps. I commented on the AE one. The new recapper makes up dialogue to get her idea across rather than writing the dialogue down as it was spoken on the show. I preferred the literal dialogue, so I could read what they actually said. I'll just have to get used to reading made-up dialogue and trying to remember what the characters really said.
I commented on Deconstructing Glee and at Biyuti's blog. RM (Racheline Maltese) made a couple of posts, and I read them.
Later: I sent an RSVP for the GLBT alumni group picnic at the university I'm an alumna of. They'd just added the "B" when I started going there, which is around the time I started figuring out that I didn't have a sexual orientation one way or the other, like Brittany's fluid teen sexuality. I don't identify with Brittany on much, but I'm with her there. The organization added the T a few years later. When I was working on the history of the group, I learned that a couple of the students, back in the mid-1970s, were transitioning M to F while they were going to school there. One transwoman student was beaten up by the football team and dropped out. Another student was well-known as a drag queen in Philadelphia. Though the organization was first named "Gays of [town]," one of the founding members was a lesbian. I need to get more of the history of the group written down.