If you missed it, Newsweek is turning to Andrew Sullivan for 'essays' and 'think pieces.' Demonstrating that you can be as sexist as you want and that's okay. If Andrew Sullivan were as racist as he is sexist, he wouldn't be published in Newsweek.
(Actually, he was racist, he published a racist faux scientific study when he was the editor of The New Republic.)
Kat's "Kat's Korner: Ani DiFranco's embarrassing odor" and "Kat's Korner: Adam Levine itches for one on the flip side."
I enjoyed both of Kat's pieces but really want to weigh in on the Ani DiFranco album.
It's as though she had nothing new to say. Yeah, she wrote some new lyrics but they're the same. The sameness is all over this album.
Are you a fan of Carole King's?
Back around 1974, Elton John noted that Tapestry was a great album but everything that followed sounded like it was recorded at the end of the same session when everyone was tired and just wanting to go home.
Even so, I can listen to Music and Rhyme & Reason.
Because though there is the sameness, there is also some talented musicianship.
There's nothing on Ani's album. The whole thing feels like she needed money and felt it was time to fleece the fans.
This is C.I.'s "Iraq snapshot" for Tuesday: