Zergnet: Simply Irresistible
“I’ve had a chip on my shoulder since ‘The Princess Diaries’ when my nude scene was cut, so I’ve been trying to make up for lost time ever since then. … When you’re in the early throws of passion and lust and love, you spend a lot of time unclothed. The beginning of our characters relationship is in that moment.”
- Jason Mraz admits that the Jonas Brothers’ “Introducing Me” sounds a lot like his “I’m Yours,” but he isn’t planning to sue. [PopEater]
- After comparing the new punishment for weed possession in California to the fine of “a speeding ticket,” Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger declared that “no one cares” about marijuana use. [Starpulse.com]
- Niels Arden Oplev, director of the Swedish “Millennium Trilogy,” is slamming the English-language adaptation of “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.” [Celebuzz]
This past Sunday was my 25th birthday. While I don’t think of 25 as old, I definitely think of it as getting older, as I am now closer to 30 than 20.
At this sort of “in-between” moment, I got to thinking about what a difference five years can make.
I’m a completely different person at 25 than I was at 20, and although I’m thankful to have learned from my mistakes, there are a few things I wish I knew then that I know now. Read more … Keep reading »
- Hannah Williams, 16, of Melbourne, Australia, says she can’t bring her 15-year-old girlfriend Savannah Supski to the school’s formal dance, but that she could bring a male date instead. Girl, you should call up Constance McMillen, that Mississippi lesbian who got the ACLU to sue her school district and won! [Queerty]
- Rev. Flip Benham, a conservative pastor in North Carolina, was found guilty yesterday of stalking abortion providers. Benham is responsible for putting up posters which read “WANTED” over the faces of doctors who do abortions and give out addresses. Benham claimed the posters were allowed under free speech, but doctors said the Wild West-style posters are a threat. [Charlotte Observer]
- For the first time ever, more women than men earned doctoral degrees during the ’08-’09 school year. The ladies also earned six out of ten master’s degree that year. [Washington Post]