Monthly Archives: February 2007
Last week Slate‘s Stephen Metcalf explored the Sting we all know now — the pretentious, Jaguar-shilling, tantric lovemaking bore that can’t seem to create a simple catchy song without over-the-top emotive lyrics — to the clever, spare, and anti-bombastic sound … Continue reading
In reviewing this year’s Grammy telecast, much was said about the irony of dropping thousands of pounds of paper confetti on the country’s best-known environmentalist. Other ironies abounded, including my favorite, via Idolator’s liveblog: 11:14 p.m. The confetti surrounds Al … Continue reading
There are so many disturbing angles to this story, that one can’t read this without being outraged — nor without hearing boump-chicka-boump-boump and imagining Tara Reid’s star turn after it’s optioned for Skinemax. Via Defamer.
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