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Archive for January, 2010

Project Runway: Season 7

I watched the premiere for season 7 for Project Runway about two weeks ago. I have a feeling that this season will be very interesting. Especially since there is a designer there that has a Christian Siriano personality. Anyway, the person that I am rooting for right now is Jay, the guy who’s based in San Francisco. The reason is that he was raised in Hawaii, and that’s where I live. It’s nice to see someone who has ties to Hawaii on tv. Well, other than President Obama. But I digress. Anyway, who I eventually land up rooting for might change by the time that Bryant Park comes along. Oh, on a related note…I was jumping for joy when I saw that this season was back in New York City, and that Nina and Michael are back as consistent judges. Like I said in a previous Project Runway post, it wasn’t the same without Nina and Michael. Anyway, I hope that this season turns out to be interesting.

Project Runway S7 cast


I was watching an episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway and of the games they played was called Weird Newscasters. Anyway, Ryan’s thing was that he was Frankenstein who was looking for a mate. When he was doing his thing, the way he did it pissed me off. The reason it pissed me off was because he portrayed the monster as being stupid. Now, in the book, the monster wasn’t stupid. He learned to talk and read. Anyway, that just pisses me off.


Nudity in Documentaries and The Girls Next Door

I was watching the TV show The Girls Next Door the other day, and that made me think about how nudity is shown on TV. In some documentaries where there’s nudity involved, they blur out both men and women’s genitalia, but they don’t blur out the butt and the women’s breasts. And yet, on shows like The Girls Next Door or Dr. 90210, everything is censored. Why is it that in documentaries, nudity is more acceptable, and yet on shows like The Girls Next Door and Dr. 90210, everything is blurred?


The Sixth Sense/Are You Afraid Of The Dark

Just recently, I was watching an episode of Are You Afraid Of The Dark? called The Tale Of The Dream Girl. Anyway, I remember reading on the Are You Afraid Of The Dark wikipedia for this particular episode that M. Night Shyamalan based The Sixth Sense on this particular episode. When I thought about it, it made sense. Anyway, I just found it to be interesting. Now, you don’t have to watch the entire thing, but it would help if you did.

part 1

part 2

part 3

Banned Commercials

Wow. I haven’t posted anything in a while. Anyway, I found this banned commercial back in 2008 and I just found it to be funny.

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