So, if you are going to market clothes to us, and expect us to buy your clothes via mail order or Internet, you would think that there would at least be people modeling your clothes who look like us. At the very, very least, so that we have a hint of how the clothes might look on us.
Friday night I make my debut as a DJ at the Madtown Barefoot Boogie.
The main character in “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” said, “Today is a holiday invented by greeting card companies to make people feel like crap.” Do I feel that’s true?
But what’s with the diaper—that is, the media’s obsession with the diaper that Nowak reportedly wore during the 900-mile drive from Texas to Florida? Why does the public need to know about the diaper? How relevant and important is it in the whole scheme of things compared to the actual charge of attempted murder? Why did police choose to share that information and why did reporters choose to relay that to the public?
What if it were so cold that the groundhog decided not to come out at all? Would it mean that he would not see his shadow, and therefore predict an early spring?