I said to myself, “Moe. This Griffin woman is desperate for attention.”

Which is to say, I kept saying to myself, she’s desperate for attention from anyone or anything aside from the patient forces of entropy and time, which never go on vacation and have only the mercy of an implacable blade.  There’s no need to fuel her desperate need to matter.

And that’s true.  But Drudge… ah, Matt Drudge and his juxtapositions.

Picture not embedded, for the sake of those with delicate constitutions and propensity towards the vapors.  You may peruse it here.

6 thoughts on “I said to myself, “Moe. This Griffin woman is desperate for attention.””

  1. So, what we have here is a picture of a boring gay man that no one pays attention to… and Anderson Cooper.

  2. In the old days, the meme was that the medium was the message with the breakdown between hot and cold media. In the digital age, the breakdown is between pull media in which you pick your entertainment fare and push media in which you allow others to push their offal at you. After ten years of cable free existence, I can honestly say that I do not feel that I have missed a thing worth seeing. I would never want to expose a child to cable or network TV.

  3. I must agree with Mr. Sykes. Once upon a time there was Dick Clark. Once upon a time TV Detective Series were The Adventures of Nero Wolfe. Once upon a time, we would be mourning the death of the genius discoverer of Nerve Growth Factor at the age of 103, a Jewish -Italian genius who did her best research in the United States, instead of spending camera time on a F-list celebrity idiot.

    I despair sometimes.

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