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"The maestro says it's Mozart, but it sounds like bubble gum."
Leonard Cohen / Waiting For The Miracle

Posted on March 15, 2004 9:01 PM in Television
Warning: This blog entry was written two or more years ago. Therefore, it may contain broken links, out-dated or misleading content, or information that is just plain wrong. Please read on with caution.

I haven't had much to say lately, which is why I haven't really blogged in a while. Just as a warning, I still don't really have anything to say so don't expect anything too exciting from this post.

My girl and I watched the premiere of I Want a Famous Face on MTV tonight. What a frightening show. I can't believe there are kids out there with thousands of dollars to blow on anything, and they choose to spend it on plastic surgery that leaves them looking like celebrity wannabes. The sad part is, even though they managed to get in about a minute's worth of commentary on the ill effects of the surgeries that go wrong, the show ended up almost glorifying the phenomenon, showing how the main subjects boosted their popularity and self esteem by going through with the procedure. I have a feeling the upcoming episodes are going to get even scarier (think butt implants).

I'm going to try and sit through a full episode of Las Vegas tonight, in hopes that I'll find another show to add to my Monday night repertoire. After that, I have a new season of Average Joe to look forward to...although I have a feeling it won't be as good as the first two. We'll see, though.

And for those who could care less about second-rate television shows, I thought I'd point out that Jake Dobkin has two posts over at his blog that contain some awesome pictures of some of the sights of Seattle. Even as a Seattlite, it's nice to see the city from such an artistic, fresh perspective!


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