Wednesday, May 19, 2010

#nowplaying 19 May 2010

Pat Austin is PUZZLED ::: "Every now and then I check my sitemeter and look at the things people are searching for. I can't tell you how many people find my blog while searching for "Kevin Johnson Michelle Rhee Sex". Austin asks ::: "Is there some sex tape we should know about?"

Author Kelly Van claims that James Cameron's "Avatar" is based on her unpublished book "Sheila the Warrior: the Damned," an action romance set on the planet of "Tibet." Gawker posted the entire lawsuit. Maybe Cameron should consult with Kaavya!

The issue of managing a multi-identity is at the heart of "I Am the Media" with the idea of a schizophrenic existence of individuals torn between their lives and their offline lives online...

I've had first (*ahem*) hand experience with this during my world travels. Public restroom, no toilet paper... what DO you do?

Annie Paul ::: rumours that 'war' was going to break out ...

NBC hasn't placed a single program in the Top 20! The peacock is losing its feathers? I read where Ghost Whisperer and New Adventures of Old Christine are missing from CBS's fall schedule. Could there be room for these shows at NBC? Would they help the ratings? NBC should have brought back Merlin for Season 2 in a better time slot! (But that's a story for another day!)

Speaking of teevee, who among you doesn't like actor Gary Sinise? Here's a reason to like him even more ::: He tweets!

Miss Info chats LOST.

Malcolm X birthday...

Voice from Gaza remembers Al Nakba.
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