"I'm freaking 24 can? This year!Discussions between Chinese bloggers over what new online video regulations will mean if they are implemented later this month, have brought erotic and violent content, which are widely accessible on the Chinese-language internet, under the spotlight.
I AM OFFICIALLY MID-TWENTIES.
I cannot even twist the truth reasonably and say I am early twenties anymore!
When Forever 21 started, I was 20, and I went into that shop and felt I was dressing old - and then I turned 21 and I went in there and I was like, "This is apt, I AM 21."
AND NOW I'M STILL STUCK SHOPPING THERE, TOO OLD FOR THE BRAND!!!"
In News Of The Day, Liz Benjamin blogs that the voting has already started in the New Hampshire primaries. Residents in two small towns cast their ballots; Barack Obama and John McCain were the winners (in one case, Hillary Clinton got not a single vote).
McCain and Obama share an appeal to youth.
Clinton's teary moment echoed another Granite State meltdown experienced by Edmund Muskie in 1972.
A disappointed Clinton is likely to stick it out until Super Duper Tuesday.Major Andrew Olmsted, who had blogged here since May 2007, was killed in Iraq on Thursday, January 3. No official details have been released on his death, but reports say that he and a second member of his unit were killed during an enemy ambush in Diyala province, northeast of Baghdad.
[es]Cinencuentro was one of the first blogs dedicated to film in Peru. Juan Arellano interviewed two of the blog site's members Lucho Ramos and Laslo Rojas for an article on the site BlogsPerú [es]. This is an excerpt of the interview and to read the entire article in Spanish, please visit the original link [es].
Whitney Matheson writes "Here's another good thing to come out of the writers' strike: Why We Write, a blog featuring essays by striking film and TV writers."
Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel will appear on each other’s shows on Thursday. The New York Times reports. Also in the NYT: “Hackers are welcome! Here are detailed circuit diagrams of our products - modify them as you wish.” That’s not an announcement you’ll find on the Web sites of most consumer electronics manufacturers, who tend to keep information on the innards of their machines as private as possible. But Neuros Technology International, creator of a new video recorder, has decided to go in a different direction.
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