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Saturday, January 1, 2011

Who's the fairest one of all?

It's apparently been around for a while, but a faithful reader was the first to send us to this slideshow, which for some of our audience may seem like a mirror.

Comments (9)


excellent and oh so true. See above.

I have no idea what you're getting at.

Hey! I resemble those remarks!



Hey now, let's play nice.

I don't wanna be right,just wanna be heard.

The thing about expressing oneself online for me is the appeal of stepping outside the unspoken boundaries of everyday interactions.The restrictions of stereotypes and the class system we all pretend doesn't exist. If you are trying to one up someone or impress, or god forbid "win" then in my estimation you are missing the whole point.

Try not to offend but by all means let it rip,why not since we all just disconnect and get back to the real world at the end of the day? What a beautiful thing it is is to not risk your teeth for having an opinion? This might seem dramatic for some but in your average blue collar bar I can assure it is not.

For some of us less fortunate it is so sweet to mix it up, that and spell check which has been a learning tool for some such as myself. Seriously I love the opportunity, thanks Jack and happy new year.

It seems to me that history will show that the iornic practice of labeling people jerks and conspiracy theorists while calling for politeness uber alles suppressed meaningful discourse during the early years of the twenty-first century.

Oops-that's ironic.

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