6.19.2007

To Dos Day

___ Item 1: REVISIT the adrenaline-fest...
...that was The Action Heroine Blogathon at The Film Experience. 'Twas one of the most dynamic blogathons StinkyLulu's yet participated in, with lotsa new blogfriends. (Say "hi" to CINEBEATS and Verging Writer.) The blogathon boasted uncommonly diverse and uniformly interesting contributions from all corners of the blogosphere. Good work, Nathaniel, you're an especial hostess for such film freakery...

___ Item 2: ABSORB...
...this generously entertaining lesson about the principle of "Fair Use" in Copyright Law. Deft, and smart, and political, and accurate. Nifty. (Via Bright Lights After Dark.)

___ Item 3: BUY some cookies...
..from StinkyLulu's favorite Girl Scout. Ever. And, oh, what a delight it would be to see her in one of those smocky dresses. (Didja know that StinkyLulu was an honorary Brownie? See?! Yet another connection between Miss Dolly & Lu.) She should so totally sponsor a special merit badge in Dollyness...

___ Item 4: QUAKE in mortal terror...
...at the sight of these monsters. Or not.
(Topic for comments: Which monster was your favorite? Which scared you most?)


___ Item 5: SQUIRM...
...at the spectacular genius of Triumph the Insult Comic Dog at the Tonys!! Donna Murphy's totally channeling Little Richard: "Who 'dat dawg?" (Via Modern Fabulousity, etc.)

___ Item 6: TUNE in...
...on Sunday for the 1978 Smackdown. And in the meantime, toss in your vote on the roster for July.

Have at it, lovelies...

2 comments:

Anna said...

Thanks for the mention! I feel so honored! And I've happily discovered cinebeats as well.

Like you, I am still trying to get through the blogathon list. Off to revel with more heroines . . .

liz said...

Frankly, the (feminized in a sort of problematic manner) "U" that really had a hold on Smokey Robinson on Sesame Street scared the crap out of me as a child.

Nice to see you commenting over at my fledgling blog...I don't have a job or anything this summer, so I'm trying to post more to keep thinking at least a smidge critically. I'm also trying to read Foucault, who is actually way more comprehensible than I remember from my abortive undergraduate attempts (this is actually somewhat gratifying).