Ugh! I was closing a page when a banner flew by with the term “what would Shatner do?” I couldn’t get the page or the banner back, but now I’m intrigued.
I’ll mention it to The Countess of Atlanta and Myrtle Beach who was the first to notice how well dressed Shatner is on Boston Legal, and thus began my casually mentioning him to my other girlfriends. The Countess is Big Luce’s older sister–though never say that to her–she thinks she’s younger and none of us have the heart to tell her….
While I was out doing errands I couldn’t stop think about why I like James Spader so much. It boils down to one thing. He’s quirky and not afraid to show it. I also just find him sexy, real sexy. Those eyes….
I almost wrote People Magazine when they didn’t name him one of the fifty sexiest men. But I’ve always wondered about people who actually take the time to write to People or to TV guide–don’t they have a life?
I guess James Spader is too quirky for mainstream America. That’s fine with me.
I love quirky people. The rest of the world is boring.
I love David E Kelley for all the great programs he’s done, but especially because last year he used The Practice to talk about the evil that’s been happening in this country lately.
I think that every thinking person connected to the arts in anyway has a duty to protest in some way. That’s why my URL is currently called firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m changing the URL so I can sneak in readers who might not come if they’re offended by the name though why I would want readers who hate me is beyond me. I’ve been getting some hate e-mails which just spurs me on. But then they vote at BlogExplosion without ever really reading my blog and that’s not fair.
I don’t want to spend the next four years angry or sad. Life’s short and I believe it’s supposed to be fun.
Moving to Canada never entered my radar. This is my country and as a USAmerican, I want to help make it better.
New York, my city is in horrible shape though it looks great from the outside. Sort of like a body rotting inside a made-over outside.
We get the blame for everything and we also get to pay for everything. The cost of living in Manhattan is becoming out of reach of most people, and I’m not talking about rent or coop prices for people who have lived here for awhile. I’m talking food, and other basic life necessities. Sad, very sad.