*Easier than parenting

*Sandra, thanks for letting me "sketch you up!"

*May make you love your love

*Brilliant and meant to be reused

*Coal in your colon

*A white dude in a top hat with a black manslave

*Ask not, "Why" but "Why not?"

*The first time we forget

*My "Why do men"

*Caveman porn


1. I ask you to do one effing thing
2. Did you?
3. The socks betray him
4. There will be none of that
5. Leave notes in his shirt pocket
6. Trained in the gentle art
7. Put me in coach
8. Our species may, in fact, survive
9.Swarm Swarm
10.During the wooing
11.BUT not private enough
12.The bottomless appetite
13.The first time we forget
14.This is a nice litmus test
15.To get the ball rolling
16.She invited you back to her place for coffee
17.Mary Magdalene or Eva Braun
18.It will only smell and make you queasy


   Wednesday, June 29, 2005

Torches and pitchforks

My last post was spun after watching this.

I know you want my thoughts on the interview... and, as always, I am here to serve.

  1. Tom cannot seem to form complete sentences anymore.
  2. "I still feel I will talk about what I want to talk about and I won't talk about what I don't want to talk about". Thanks, Tom... we did not know that.
  3. Matt was being "glib"
  4. There was a good message and a good bit of truth lost by having the conductor of the crazy train being the messenger
  5. You all owe me a dollar for every time Tom says, "I'm just living my life, Matt." Just use PayPal.
  6. Is it just me or does Katie have the "I have heads in my freezer, wanna see 'em" vibe going on during the cut shots of her watching the interview?
  7. The only thing I despise more than Scientology is someone who dismisses a person's thoughts based on their faith. That means you, Lauer.
  8. Psychiatry has chosen pill popping while dismissing whole-body therapy. If you've not read this, buy it and read it ASAP.
  9. Tom is right on the "masks vs. addresses the root problem" issue
  10. "I've never cared what other people think." We believe you on that one, Tommy-boy.
  11. The current state of Psychiatric practice is no bueno.
  12. There are ways to address mental distress without drugs. Tom:1 Lauer:0
  13. We can blame the doctors, we can blame the drug companies... we should blame our quick-fix no-pain new mentality.
  14. "If the drugs worked for Brooke Shields, why is that not OK?" Matt, did they "work" for her or did the get her high enough so she was sufficiently distracted from her mental distress?
  15. Tom is a fool for thinking anyone in network news has any desire to know what they are talking about
  16. If I see Lauer or Couric ambush another person during an interview... where is an angry mob with torches and pitchforks when you need them?

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At 12:43 PM, Blogger Foilwoman said...

I'm not going to get into the drugs vs. psychotherapy debate or into the Scientology vs. psychiatry debate, but I will note that I know have to watch that godawful link (I hate Tom Cruise: He's not attractive, he's weird, and the character he played in Magnolia wasn't actng, y'know) just because he was talking about masks and that's my thought for the day. And you drew a picture of him!!!! Now I am deeply, deeply hurt and disturbed.

 
At 1:45 PM, Blogger dopeybugs said...

Uh oh, Hof. If people tell you you look like Cruise, did foilwoman just say you're not attractive? Just kiddin!
We talked about this earlier...my mind hurts trying to have it all make sense.
UGH.

And, FYI Hof, I'm just tryin' to live my life!

 
At 3:11 PM, Blogger Amber said...

Like your blog a lot. Wish I could draw whenever I'm here. I did make along comment on the other post. I didn't remark on the Katie Holmes thing tho, I do think she's starting to act like someone who has heads in the freezer. Maybe they did get to her in Disturbing Behaviour?

 
At 3:27 PM, Blogger Foilwoman said...

Dopeybugs: I did not mean to say Hof is unattractive (I must have slipped over the part where he said he looked like Tom Cruise. I tend to avoid movies, restaurants, other public and private spaces, and sentences that contain "Tom Cruise." I'm sure to whatever extent Hof resembles said person not to be named in another sentence of mine, it is only with respect to the very best of that person's features (which are . . . sorry, can't think of any) and not with regard to (1) the soulless demeanor; (2) robotic adherence to a really downmarket golden calf; (3) wooden (or perhaps tinny) acting skills; (4) shortness; (5) shifty eyes; (6) repetitive parrotting of whatever his leader's line of the day is; or (7) general creepy guy vibe (can't you just see said person's neighbors, after the massacre, saying "But he always seemed like such a nice guy"). Sorry, my distate overwhelmed me.

I don't know what Hof looks like. I'm sure A* will tell us he's a USDA Grade A Prime choice piece. She'd know much, much better than me (how many sleeps?). I'm sure he looks much better than that actor whose name I cannot bring myself to write again.

 
At 5:02 PM, Blogger Jamie said...

I agree with YOUR message, Hof, but I think at the same time you are giving Tom too much credit. When I heard the clips, he sounded like a Grade A moron.

 
At 5:27 PM, Blogger Andy said...

Hey... nobody is listening! Tom Cruise KNOWS the History of Psychiatry!

Um... so do I... Trephination... Leeches... Labotomy... State hospitals prior to 1963... fire hose showers! Yes, I think we can all agree that the history of psychiatry has clearly demonstrated ineffective treatment. However, I think that anyone saying, "Thank you, but no thank you, Dr. Smith, Tom Cruise has advised me not to take the medications you have prescribed for me" should seriously consider putting down their one-hitter.

 
At 6:40 PM, Blogger dopeybugs said...

Hey FW- I was just kidding! And I couldn't agree with you more, actually.

 

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