Monthly Archives: November 2008

24 Killed by PC

The Wall Street Journal reports on the debut of Fox’s “24” this Sunday with a two hour movie showing Jack Bauer in a fictional African country trying to save enslaved children. According to the Journal, the rest of the season … Continue reading

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Twilight is Junk

Stephenie Meyer’s “Twilight,” based on the best-selling novel of the same name, opens today in movie theaters across the nation. Deadline Hollywood Daily has predictions of a $60 million weekend box-office. By all accounts, “Twilight” is a huge marketing and … Continue reading

Posted in demographics, fantasy, marketing, men, more, twliight, vampires, women | 11 Comments

My Own Worst Enemy Was It’s Own Worst Enemy

NBC has announced that the series “My Own Worst Enemy” starring Christian Slater has been canceled. Who cares? Well, probably no one, but examining the trivia of culture and society can often be instructive, and failures often teach more than … Continue reading

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Prop 8 Hate: Our Glorious Multicultural Future and an X-Ray into PC

California’s Proposition 8, which defined marriage as between a man and a woman, and outlawed Gay Marriage, has spawned protests around the United States, and a series of some ugly incidents in the wake of it’s passage. First, Gays in … Continue reading

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More Scary Vampires

It is the day after Halloween, but Vampires are still scary. Not the vampires themselves, of course, but what they signal in terms of how women view the “ideal man.” Which is both quite different than what women had viewed … Continue reading

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