Monday, December 15, 2008

Tuesday, December 9, 2008

PLUS 100

Blair: "Whatever you're going through, I wanna be there for you."
Chuck: "We've talked about this. You are not my girlfriend."
Blair: "But I am me. And you are you. We're Chuck and Blair. Blair and Chuck. The worst thing you've ever done, the darkest thought you've ever had, I will stand by you through anything."
Chuck: "And why would you do that."
Blair: "Because I love you."
Chuck: "Well, that's too bad."
NY MAG: "Plus 100."


Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Prop 8: The Musical

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"And our love's not a sin."
"Well, the bible says it's so."
"Well, the bible says a lot of things -- you know?"

So true.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Soulja Boy Provides Clarity on "Supermanning a Ho"

Via an interview on Daily Intel:
What about the phrase "supermanning a ho"? Have you ever supermanned a ho, and, if so, why would anyone want to?

I first recorded the song a long time ago, before I ever got signed. I was 16 and it was just something that I was saying. I was like “Watch me crank that Soulja Boy and superman that ho.” Then I got signed [by Atlanta-based Collipark Records], then I went to Interscope, the song blew up in the mainstream and people started making up all kinds of crazy definitions on the Internet. It’s really nothing that you can actually do.

Monday, December 1, 2008

"I'm Sad."

I watched the Britney Spears documentary last night. There, I said it. I find her to be a fascinating person, even though all she's contributed to society is a strange combination of gumballs and red-neck baby making. She's the pop-culture icon of our generation and I believe she'll be remembered for a long time to come -- for better or for worse.

All day I've read various reviews of the show that aired on MTV, and I liked this recap the best, written by Richard at He says:

"Too famous to ever be normal again (what's that great Dave Chappelle line about becoming infamous, rather than un-famous?), and too scarred and precarious to ever be the feel good pop star that she once was. She's a mild freak show oddity now I guess, so how fittingly and depressingly apt and oddly self-aware that her new album, the one heavily promoted on this lilting little confessidocumercial, is called Circus."