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I could NOT use the toilet next to that shower curtain. NO. I know what they're thinking though. "If I get this Twilight lunchbox then maybe Edward would love me!"
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I'm glad that Sean Lennon didn't get naked. Of course, I could go without his OH face, too.
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I cannot STAND Bill "Sukie iz MAHN" Compton so am THRILLED over this development.
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2009 on True Blood Recap: I Will Rise Up at MamaPop™
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Fixed!
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2009 on Two "New Moon" Sneak Peeks at MamaPop™
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SUCH a fun par-tay. I love my overlords.
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Great interview!
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As to the "it" quote: ..."that’s not my child. I feel *it* [my asterisks] is, 100 percent." Just a bad thing to say, ack. Jenn, et al. - you're right, that was totally not the intent. I meant it with respect to how Bündchen isn't with that child as much as a mother is with her child; biological or not is irrelevant. Bündchen's not there for the illnesses, the hardships; she sees him during prearranged visits and even then the boy has a father who is his primary caregiver. She's not raising him. Soo not the same as actually parenting the child the same way that Moynahan does, you know?
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I am laughing so hard at the comments. Willa's "smells like old hay filthy" is gold. Yeah, I admit that I don't like a man to smell like vinegar-feet-BO but I like a little sweat. Gawd. I can't believe I just typed that.
Toggle Commented Mar 27, 2009 on Robert Pattinson Doesn't Wash His Hair at MamaPop™
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Deidre and Diane: total comedy gold.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2009 on Sci Fi Goes SyFy? Ew. at MamaPop™
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This was genius. I hardly worry when I miss the show anymore because of your recaps.
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Rosa: What I said isn't conflicting; you missed my point. The offense and reaction are discussed as two different entities. However, that you think they conflict sort of validates my entire point. Goldcoast: Um no, just because you disagree doesn't make the premise invalid. Logic 101, dude. Also, I didn't say anything about Jesus. Amy, Robyn, thanks. I would LOVE if people didn't go straw man by way of their own prejudices against my perspective. It distracts from the topic.
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What I don't get is how people go batcrap insane when Phelps smoked pot - he lost his sponsors, etc. - but totally look the other way when Chris Brown beat up Rihanna. WTF ARE YOUR PRIORITIES, PEOPLE.
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I'm pretty much banning Nickelodean from my house until they decide that they DON'T want to be apathetic advocates of domestic violence by celebrating this pansy douchebag on their network.
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I have missed the past three episodes but have not cared because you write the recaps. FTW!
Toggle Commented Mar 2, 2009 on Big Love Recap at MamaPop™
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FM - I completely get what you're saying. If he's truly repentant, that's one thing. However, I think everyone is reacting to the statistical proof: abusers rarely change and their victims continue to get hurt. I grew up with it and I can attest to believing the statistics. That being said, there are a few who truly do stop the cycle and their apology is more than just a tactic to save face. I'm sure we'd all love to see that happen here - especially as the people in question are role models. The sad fact is that the statistics are not with them.
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Veronica - Ditto that.
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I understand and do agree with what you all are saying. The part where I diverge from that though is the personal knowledge that ***holes like Brown are so often given a reprieve of sorts because some women are so reluctant to take a stand against their abuser. Because of this, they are able to abuse again and again and victimize others. That's the point where I'm coming from; and from the comments I know you all see that. ;) But yes, she needs time. And then I hope she decimates him.
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wtf double comment? sorries.
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Wow. 6 hour power obviously does not want women to buy their product. It's funny because commercials like that always reflect the projection of the target demographic's ideal self. The guy in the commercial: powerful, probably good-looking, has a job, not in his mom's basement, gets chicks. The dudes buying the 6 hour power? None of those things.
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