I don't understand the negative reaction to a Florida city manager coming out as transsexual, which has resulted in his firing. (link) I get the bigoted transsexuals-are-freaks reaction; that's easy enough. Go »
Steal This Warning Label
The FBI has announced that it will allow its logo to be used on stickers on retail DVDs, CDs, and video games, in an effort to squelch piracy. So, in other words, they're issuing piracy warnings to the people who actually went into the store to buy the pr Go »
Yay Denise (I Suck)
Yesterday was "Goo Day," the seventh anniversary of Celebrity Goo Game. It was Denise Sawicki's turn to be inducted into the Goo Hall of Fame (link) with Aaron and Matthew. Go »
Scott's Pet Peeve #5847
It drives me crazy when movie reviews summarize the plot of the film. To give it a sentence or two is fine, especially if that's necessary to set up some point the critic is trying to make, but I have seen far too many reviews that give half of their leng Go »
The new site is launched. Details are available on the Goo Reborn page: (link) Please mention any errors you find here in this discussion, so that other users don't bother mentioning what someone else has already found, and I'll fix them as fast as Go »
Harry Potter and the Power of Myth
Part of my long commentary on "Harry Potter" (see next entry) was a comparison of the movie, which is my only frame of reference since I haven't read any of the books, to Lord Raglan's list of the 22 standard elements of myth. He nails eight of them. Go »
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