I have the "Stupid White Men" 2003 calendar, based on the book by super-liberal Michael Moore. I'm so far disappointed by it, but I laughed so hard at the January 12th entry that I had to share it:
While watching a football game alone in the
White House, President George W. Go »
Scientists have confirmed that the Loch Ness Monster does not exist. Reminds me of that Onion article a few weeks ago about the party-pooper scientists ruining everyone's fun. Go »
Wait a minute... Ellen Barkin and Ellen Burstyn are two different people?
I've seen Burstyn pop up lately in Interstellar and House of Cards, and I kept thinking it's great that she's still getting roles, since she was such a sex symbol in the 80s in steamy movies like Sea of Love and those kinds of actresses don't have much of a shelf life in Hollywood. Go »
Making a Murderer
Once again, I find myself wondering whether to finish a Netflix series. I have now watched three episodes of Making a Murderer. Go »
Stiff regulations have forced the closure of abortion clinics across the country, sometimes leaving a gap of hundreds of miles between them, making it difficult for rural women to reach them. Go »
The infamous chimp cartoon seems to be like the young woman / old woman optical illusion, inspiring widely different interpretations of the same image. Go »
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