GATVGemini Agena Target Vehicle
GATVGovernment Access Television
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Writing in The Guardian, Keith Stuart called GATV a "dazzling but monstrous parody of modern life" whose fictional "world drags you in.
GATV, Petit wrote, "has little room for women except to portray them as strippers, prostitutes, long-suffering wives, humorless girlfriends and goofy, new-age feminists we're meant to laugh at.
It's simply that as larger and larger numbers of people around the world play Minecraft and create YouTube videos about playing Minecraft, or build online forums about GATV hacks and themes, or talk through their grief at the disappearance of Flappy Bird, what Jensen would call "expressive culture" is self-evidently flourishing.