Lori Lancaster | February 20, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | February 20, 2004
I think it's a good thing. I don't know anything about Sailor Moon though, but from images of it, I would be inclined to say that the Powerpuff Girls are far more empowering then they.

And how the HELL would the Spice Girls embody girl power?

Lori Lancaster | February 20, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | February 20, 2004
That's lame, about the lamest excuse for female empowerment ever.

Scott Hardie | February 20, 2004
Anna, two words: Coyote Ugly.

Anna Gregoline | February 20, 2004
Ah, you've got me beat again, Scott. You're just DA MAN today, beating me down.

Scott Hardie | February 20, 2004
Come on, you can empower yourself better than that. Stand up at your desk and shout a battle slogan and transform into a colorful costume in a shower of light and stars while your theme jingle plays.

Anna Gregoline | February 20, 2004
I left my costume at home, unfortunately. That metal boustiere is just too heavy.

Lori Lancaster | February 20, 2004
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Anna Gregoline | February 20, 2004
Ahhhhh. Empowering.

Lori Lancaster | February 20, 2004
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Jackie Mason | February 20, 2004
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