Thursday, September 25, 2008

Movie Quote of the Day


An amazing quote from a criminally underrated film:

"He was ashamed of his persiflage, his boasting, his pretensions of courage and ruthlessness; he was sorry about his cold-bloodedness, his dispassion, his inability to express what he now believed was the case- that he truly regretted killing Jesse, that he missed the man as much as anybody and wished his murder hadn't been necessary. Even as he circulated his saloon he knew that the smiles disappeared when he passed by. He received so many menacing letters that he could read them without any reaction except curiosity. He kept to his apartment all day, flipping over playing cards, looking at his destiny in every King and Jack. Edward O'Kelly came up from Bachelor at one P.M. on the 8th. He had no grand scheme. No strategy. No agreement with higher authorities. Nothing but a vague longing for glory, and a generalized wish for revenge against Robert Ford. Edward O'Kelly would be ordered to serve a life sentence in the Colorado Penitentiary for second degree murder. Over seven thousand signatures would eventually be gathered in a petition asking for O'Kelly's release, and in 1902, Governor James B. Ullman would pardon the man. There would be no eulogies for Bob, no photographs of his body would be sold in sundries stores, no people would crowd the streets in the rain to see his funeral cortege, no biographies would be written about him, no children named after him, no one would ever pay twenty-five cents to stand in the rooms he grew up in. The shotgun would ignite, and Ella Mae would scream, but Robert Ford would only lay on the floor and look at the ceiling, the light going out of his eyes before he could find the right words."

Me and that other blogger


Picture of me and Perez Hilton at the 2008 Fox "Really" Reality TV awards last night. Super cool guy, as were many people you might not suspect like Dog the Bounty Hunter, Jerry Springer and Danny Bonaduce.

I know you're all just dieing to know the results of the Award Show, but it doesn't air until October and all attendees were forbidden to talk or blog about it. I can feel your disappointment, but don't worry. It's only temporary.

More pictures from the "Really's" to come...

Fight for your right to be Emo


Great article -

"A Hamilton teenager is fighting for his right to wear makeup at school.

"They're gender stereo-typing. He's being sexually discriminated against. Nowhere in the rules does it say that males can't wear make-up" says Mindy Ball.

The Hamilton mother says she stands 100% behind her son, 13-year-old Matt Allsup, an eighth grader at Garfield Middle School who wears black eye makeup, lipstick and fingernail polish.

But on Monday, he was told to wash the makeup off his face, with the assistant principal telling him it was distracting..."

Emo kids have rights too...

Check out the full article here:

http://www.wcpo.com/mostpopular/story.aspx?content_id=43ee2634-3f3c-402d-a3ec-26a42d0a97f8