Thursday, June 01, 2006

Silly Newspaper Articles
(And They're Not All From the New York Post!)

75% of Online Daters Do Not Find Their Soulmates
(In other news, 100% of construction workers who whistle at random women do not find their soulmates either)

Old Fogeys Don't Understand the Youth of Today

The Washington Post Discovers the "Wingman"
(In other news, George W. Bush discovers the Internet)

What, was the Jersey Shore Unavailable?

The Most Hard-Hitting Interview Perhaps Ever

What's Next, Serial Killers Demand Access to Cutlery Stores?

No Word on Whether the New Batwoman will also co-host "The View"

If you're free tonight because "Nothing" cancelled, stop by the Lincoln Center Barnes & Noble at 7:00, where M.J. Rose, Eric Van Lustbader, James Siegel and F. Paul Wilson will be reading and signing copies of the new anthology THRILLER. It promises to be a rollicking good time.

And make sure to bring a wingman.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm offering up my services as an online wing man for old fogeys to find their youthful soulmates.

10:18 AM  
Blogger Stacia said...

Loved the joke about the new Batwoman in your link.

Funny, I was blogging yesterday about Alan Moore's new project. Are you a comics fan? They're coming out of the woodwork!

12:21 PM  
Blogger Jason Pinter said...

I was more of a baseball card collector than comic book fan, though I loved the old Punisher and Batman stuff (the scene where Jason Todd dies in "A Death in the Family" was one of the most emotional reading moments I've ever had).

Just recently I've been getting more into graphic novels. I recently read the Sin City omnibus and Alan Moore's V for Vendetta, and Watchman is on my TBR list.

1:12 PM  
Blogger Stacia said...

Oh, gosh. Don't wait to read Watchmen. It's excellent-a little dated, but the story and what it says about the nature of heroes, humanity, etc transcends that completely.

It's one of my faves.

2:00 PM  
Blogger Stacia said...

Oh, and I loved Sin City. When I grow up I want to be Miho.

7:09 PM  

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