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Thursday, January 12, 2006


Pig! He's a Pig!

Today FFH got lost in the middle of a work at home day on the Celebrity Baby Blog. Truly, alarmingly, fascinating. Anyway, that is how we found out that Yakima Dinos reserve Rachel Weisz is 5 months pregnant, courtesy of Darren Aronofsky's seed. I told Mike the news, and he let fall, "I'm kind of sad about that." Quickly realizing his blunder he changed his mind. "No, no, I'm sure she'll be just as hot after her pregnancy, just like Kate Winslet." So Mike is on the couch tonight.

6 Comment(s):

  •   Posted by Blogger Mike at January 13, 2006 8:49 AM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • My quotes have been taken out of context.

  •   Posted by Anonymous Katy at January 13, 2006 3:46 PM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • Did you guys see The Constant Gardener? Rachel Weisz's character was like, my worst nightmare of a Barnard girl on crack (I can say that because I am a Barnard girl, albeit not on crack) and was also completely annoying.

  •   Posted by Blogger Anna at January 13, 2006 3:53 PM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • My quotations of you are verbatim. Now you're both liar and an ignoramus who used "quote" as a noun.

  •   Posted by Blogger Prof. Trixie at January 15, 2006 8:19 PM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • Anna is obviously entirely correct. This is because she is a woman.Trixie

  •   Posted by Blogger Prof. Trixie at January 15, 2006 8:20 PM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • And, as Florence Zeo can testify, the only thing to do with people who use words incorrectly is to hit them.

  •   Posted by Blogger Alice at January 18, 2006 12:18 PM | Permanent Link to this Comment
  • "Barnard girl on crack" is a pretty good characterization of Rachel Weisz's character in The Constant Gardener, but I don't think it's her fault. The scriptwriters couldn't figure out what to do with that character: make her a scheming whore and you've got an obvious movie, make her a saintly mother and you've got another obvious movie. They couldn't come up with any character in between. Whereas, it's easy to devise a politically ambivalent male character; Graham Greene did it for years. The films of his movies are very good.

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