Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
Cleolinda Jones

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There's other stuff I'll have to tell y'all about later, but I need to clean out my linkspam pile, and--it's just not appropriate for this entry.

Lost links:

Sawyer makes People's 50 Most Beautiful. His shirt, however, does not.

"Josh Holloway Lights My Fire." A story of one woman's Sawyer shame. Girl, I hear you.

Here's what the voices were really saying to Sayid and Sawyer.

Turns out Shannon's translations of the French transmission are really, really off.

All y'all can go home now. No one will ever suck up better than this.

ETA: Lost trading cards? (Thanks, frodosgoosegirl.)

Misc links:

chickwriter's book, yay!

The new Serenity trailer. I will make it known now that I have seen about five episodes of Buffy because other people had it on, and I have never had any desire or inclination to see anymore. Thus, I did not watch the Buffy series. I did not watch Angel. I did not watch Firefly. The Serenity trailer leaves my dead, black heart cold. I am a heathen, and you may defriend me if you like.

War of the Worlds, Batman Begins Tom Cruise, Katie Holmes Dating. No, really. No, REALLY. Let me translate the look on her face for you: "Laugh it up, bitches--I can buy and sell your ass!"

Rosie O'Donnell is totally crazy:
In the blog entry-cum-poem, she blasts the show and executive producer Rob Burnett for a slight she claims to have suffered more than five years ago, when she offered to take on guest-hosting duties when Letterman was undergoing heart-bypass surgery. Burnett says he is surprised by O'Donnell's ire. "I don't know how to respond to something that never happened," he told the New York Post. "And the last thing I want to do is get into a fight with a powerful celebrity who has a blog read by tens of people."
A good HGTTG review.

Omg jewelrrrrrrrrry.

I don't know what this ad is for, but I like it.

Capewatch: Sold! For GBP 3,400.00 (Approximately US $6,473.77). Fortunately, Emmy Rossum's slave girl costume and wedding dress rallied at the last moment and sold for only slightly less. Still up: a shitload of Phantom masks, the most sought-after one (not the one you'd expect) going for even more than the cape. Oh, and you know, everyone else's props and costumes for, like, $20. Philistines!

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