Somewhere between Bell's Palsy and death
Wednesday, March 03, 2004
Disney says ‘No’ to tits
Back in the day when I was slogging my way to getting an English degree, I had a professor who called Mickey Mouse the "Swastika of the 90s." Thought it was a brilliant metaphor, even if I had no idea how right he was. This, courtesy of USA Today..

You'd think a company progressive enough to extend benefits to gay couples would be mature enough to not get their tits in a knot about a damn nipple ring (although I gotta tell you, that looked awfully painful).
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Tuesday, March 02, 2004
I’m off to see the robots.
After a day of relaxation (aka sleeping the anxiety away), I'm going to go cover high school kids building robots. But not without having to explain this to Mother first.
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Monday, March 01, 2004
Oh, Uma. Honey …
Can somebody tell me why, at the Oscars, Uma Thurman was wearing a short-sleeved, kimono-karate-uniform-thing with a crinoline under it? And what the hell was going on with Jada P. Smith? At first I thought I liked her outfit, but then I got a second look and thought, "I don't get it." And to Liv Tyler, Scarlett Johanson (sp?) and Charlize Theron: Enough with the '40s waves, especially Liv -- I don't know what you were going for, but don't do it again.

Surprisingly, though, everyone looked pretty good last night. Even Nicole Kidman, who I usually think looks like crap (gold, sparkly ice skater ensemble for the Golden Globes, anyone?), turned it out. I think my favorite was Diane Lane, but she's just so damn hot, anyway. And I don't think I've ever seen Susan Sarandon look bad at the Oscars.
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