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Friday, October 14, 2005
This story is about a poll concluding that Americans are becoming ruder, which should come as no surprise to anyone. You jackass.
Seriously, we were absolutely hypersensitive overseas when we went our our honeymoon to France. We just assumed that everyone there was going to think we were assholes if they knew where we were from. Not that we're ashamed to be Americans, but we were a bit ashamed to be thought of as a certain kind of Americans.
I'm continually amazed by people's behavior in movie theaters, at restaurants, in line at the supermarket, in parking lots, in traffic. I love people, I really do, but I also yearn to just stay home and be among loved ones sometimes because every time you set foot outside your front stoop, you're risking being exposed to someone's coursened idea of public behavior.
Or maybe I'm just being unamerican.
Thursday, October 13, 2005
That sinking feeling
Monkeys play board games and fake-military personalities go nuts in a new Space Monkeys! comic, posted today.
Wednesday, October 12, 2005
Unspeakable breeding prowess
I remember Rebecca watching a Learning Channel doc about a family with 12 kids who were planning on having even more. They're just like us, we thought. If we lost our minds!
They just hit 16.
I think they're secretly making a giant baby porridge. Or starting a basketball team.
Seriously, they need some baby batter anti-matter.
Sarah is funny
Like when she says things like, "How long is the movie going to be? A good rule is, if the length in minutes is larger than your weight, you should say no," to Keira Knightley.
She also gives me DVDs and video games to play with, so she's absolutely aces in my book.
New Smallville recap (5-2) is up:
Sex And The Superman -- Clark and Lana lose their (surprising) virginity together to celebrate Clark's handling three Kryptothugs without the benefit of his superpowers. However, if not for Chloe, Clark would have a dead girlfriend, dead parents, and an appointment with his now-mortal companions Rosie Palm and her immediate family
Tuesday, October 11, 2005
South Park: Still hilarious
A mini wrap-up of Matt Stone and Trey Parker's mini commentaries from the Season 6 DVD set of South Park.
Monday, October 10, 2005
Why journalism Sucks: Vol. 6
E! Online, you continue to write the worst headlines and ledes in the business.
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