Saturday, July 31, 2004

Accepting the new Popcrazy with open arms

Point of discussion:

Man found who was raised by chickens. I really need to do some research on the Internet about this, because basically all I know is that a man who was raised by chickens was found. I don't know where or how, but isn't that amazing? Can you imagine going on a blind date with that guy? I start talking to him, thinking I'm SO unique because I was raised abroad, and he busts out with his background as a chicken. I wonder if he still had a gender identity. Like, did he think he was a chicken or a rooster? Where do you think he stands on the "chicken or egg" discussion?

Just saw M. Night Shama-lama-ding-dong's new movie, "The Village," and I have to say that I am so jealous of how well that man has branded his product. How does he make it so that people go, "Have you seen that new M. N. S. movie?" and not, "Have you seen that movie with Joaquin Phoenix in it." By the way, how much do I want Joaquin to be my new boyfriend? He's handsome to me...that insane lip-scar implies some crazy kind of manliness and all the characters he plays seem to be these really fucked up guys who have trouble expressing their feelings. Yummy. :)

That's all I have for now. This is the original L.A. Lisa, signing off...

Just the Good Old Boys...

If I were in Tennessee this weekend, I would be at DukesFest 2004. According to the CNN article I just read, this year's festival marks the 25th anniversary of the Dukes of Hazzard TV show. I watched this show a lot when I was little. When I lived in New York, I once saw Tom Wopat (a.k.a. Luke Duke) on Broadway in Guys and Dolls, and I almost fell out of the balcony when I realized who he was. But I think the thing that makes me the most nostalgic about this show is the narration by Waylon Jennings. If I'm ever in a high-speed car chase through the backwoods of Georgia, I hope I hear his voice in my head.

p.s. I'm currently blogging solo here on Popcrazy, but I'm hoping the other kids will join me soon.

Friday, July 30, 2004

Miss America is talentless.

I am so glad they decided to drop the talent portion of the Miss America pageant. I can't clog dance or twirl a baton, so that damn talent requirement has been holding me back for years. Oh, wait, I just read more of the article, and it looks like you still need a talent in the preliminary rounds. When are those pageant organizers going to realize that all America really cares about is looks?

the new Popcrazy?

So after months of not updating this site, it's time for a major change -- I'm converting Popcrazy into a multi-user blog. This means that other people will be able to help me update the site, so we'll have lots more updates. (At least, I hope we will.) Check back soon for Popcrazy 2.0!
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