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Thursday, December 09, 2004  
Down to the final weeks and the suspense is building. Who will be (say this breathlessly) "AmericasNextTopModel"? Ann-Banana deservedly got the ax this week. Farewell to the robo-model! That leaves Eva-Diva who should get cut next week, leaving Awesome Amanda and YaYa to square off. As I said before Yaya will win because Amanda will get cut due to poor eyesight. Anyway. This week had a major twist as the judges said that none of the four girls were Top Model quality. What?!? Didn't they say in previous weeks that Yaya and Amanda were Top Model caliber? Of course they did but the judges are trying to evoke or emote, or whatever it is that actors do to promote uncertainty and drama. Gosh, I was so thrown that I nearly cried into my banky. I mean, what if they end the series abruptly without any winners?

(*sigh*) And if this giant of a show survives another 2 years or so you know they'll have a competition between the past winners. Reality TV like ordinary TV gets a bit predictable, just like in real life. Maybe that's why it's called Reality TV. Except many of them are scripted and, of course, edited for maximum effect. What that effect is supposed to be - I dunno.

News Notes
"Canadian high court says Government can redefine marriage to include same-sex possibilities." - Those hell-bound Canucks!! What next? Redefine marriage again to include animals?!? THis is an utter travesty and a complete mockery of the sanctity of marriage. I urge every Red-Blooded American to write Bush and call for a complete invasion of Canada!!! [This is sarcasm, folks]

"Bush pushes for Iraqi eletions in January" - of course he does. Safety, legitimacy, and accuracy be damned. Bush wants the sound bite, the opportunity to crow about elections happening on time despite the insurgents. Remember when it comes to Iraq, it's not about them, it's about us. That's why Bush took us there. And to think, for a few million, we could have hired a hit team to knock out Hussein and Sons. That would have saved hundreds of thousands of lives and billions of dollars. But Halliburton stockholders would've suffered and we can't have that now, can we?

"Ohio vote validation continues" - I'm curious, what if a couple of states did a complete recount and discovered that Kerry did, in fact, win the states, the electoral votes, and the Presidency - would Bush step aside come January? Or, would he claim, that since Kerry conceded he essentially removed himself from running leaving Bush as the unanimous winner?

Light Blogging
Blogging has become more of a chore instead of a catharsis. I'm still wiped from the election and a great part of me just doesn't want to deal with four more years of chronicling the inevitable Bush idiocies. If his incompetence isn't that completely obvious then perhaps something is wrong with America beyond simple ignorance. I dunno and for now don't really care. Bush has won in more ways than one.

8:18 AM

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