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Um, Yes.

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On July 8, 2008

Current TV’s funnywoman Sarah Haskins is the smart woman’s (and person’s) answer to all the crap that popular culture throws at us. And unlike so many others in Hollywood, she is wil

Where Are All The Women Moviegoers At?

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On June 2, 2008
I’m very ambivalent about the smashing opening weekend of Sex and the City. On one hand, it is likely to mean multiple future film versions of a show that I found entirely devoid of aesthetic merit or interest. On the other hand, maybe it will stop idiotic stories about whether a movie that primarily appeals […]

Creepy

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On January 14, 2008
Mithras has dug up more examples of Pat Oliphant misogynist war on Hillary Clinton. I think I need a shower. And I don’t think he’d be able to keep his job if he dealt in similar stereotypes with respect to Obama. …maybe that last sentence was too optimistic.

That’s Some Catch

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On January 8, 2008

Kerry Howley gets it right in responding to John Edwards affecting Manliness in response to Clinton briefly crying: Add to this useful list of the worst jobs in the world: consultant to any candidate

Sexism Of The Day

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On December 12, 2007
Apparently those crazy women actually spend money when they’re engaged in corruption, whereas men engaged in corruption mostly just, you know, give the money they skim to starving Albanian orhpans and stuff. No man whole stole taxpayer money would buy, say, a “Rolls-Royce, a yacht and a 19th-century Louis-Philippe commode.” It makes perfect sense! (Via […]
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