Thursday, August 17, 2006

Ain't No Sunshine When She's Gone

I may have lost a little faith in television last night.

The way the world looked before Alison got kicked off:

The way the world looks after Alison got kicked off:


Also, as much as I do not like to coutnenance douchebaggery, Jeffrey should have won. Don't get me wrong, I'll let Michael be my Cap'n Save-a-Ho any day. I just thought that if we were basing this solely on merit, Jeffrey's was the prettiest. Who knew he could do pretty?


Finally, the Object watched Project Runway last week. He's pretty sure that "Bradley Baumkirchner" is a clever cover for ecoterrorist WIlliam C. Rogers, who committed suicide last December. The Object fancies himself a crack journalist, who, despite being an amateur, has got some mad investigative skills. I didn't have the heart to tell him that Bradley is secretly still alive and happily stoned, and looks nothing like this guy, except that they both have a sort of scraggly red beard.

By "I didn't have the heart", I mean that I'm a little scared of this weird conspiracy theory, and don't want to press the issue any further, lest I have to sit through an hour or two of the crazy that fuels these tree-huggers. That's not to say I don't love the trees and plants; I do. It's just more of the feeling a meatatarian feels when he looks at a cow- that would be delicious.

I digress. In conclusion, global warming has been thwarted just a little bit by the cold, cold move of kicking Alison off the show. Bitter cold.



Blogger zp said...

hey. i just watched project runway for the first time last week and had to see alison get kicked off. she's talented and that white thing was cool and not totally bland like that dinky v. neck dress that other lady did.

i must say i was totally baffled by baumkirchner and object's theory is as good as the next and even makes a little sense . . .

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