Thursday, April 28, 2005

Best New Blogger

There is an intelligent, funny and electrifying new blogger on the scene, and I highly suggest you check out her page, bookmark it, maybe leave a comment. Her entries have a common theme and don't cover a diverse group of topics, but she's still awesome, and yet refreshingly demure.

8 Comments:

Blogger Magazine Man said...

Hey, I'm always on the lookout for fresh new voices in the blogosphere. Sure would have hated to miss this one!

Glad you're here to keep us abreast of these things!

9:58 PM  
Blogger Henry Baum said...

Damn, I almost thought you were writing about a real blog, but then I saw that Pam Anderson's favorite books are Siddhartha and Tropic of Cancer and I knew it couldn't be real.

6:18 PM  
Blogger Spiral Stairs said...

I don't understand why she doesn't have hundreds of comments on her blog entries, like "PAM YOU ARE THE BOMB SHOW US YOUR TITS" and stuff like that. Hmmm.... The internet is really slacking off these days.

6:35 PM  
Blogger Joseph K said...

You know what's funny, I actually thought there were some parallels between Pam Anderson's book "Star" and "the Sun Also Rises." Clearly, the latter inspired the former. I think its kind of cool to think of Pam sitting around her Malibu mansion, reading Siddhartha while listen to some 50 Cent.

9:52 PM  
Blogger Joseph K said...

By the way, there were some pretty funny comments on Pam's site.

Like this one from Tysha: "I'm a 21 year old girl who admires you a lot. Let me tell ya, i am working hard to buy myself a "pair" like yours :) My husband loves the idea. You're great, and i've been having tons of fun with your character on Stacked!...Wish you GREAT luck with it...and pray for me...so i can get myself nice boobies :)"

Or this one from Jason: "I'm sure you don't remember me, but I used to work at the Starbucks in Malibu. One day, you gave me a bottle of Cristal. Ever since, I haven't missed a chance to support you."

And this from Bobby: "Just thought I'd point out that Lynyrd Skynyrd is spelled with all Y's for the vowels instead of the way you have it in your profile. I'm sure being the most beautiful woman in Hollywood, people love to see it spelled wrong, so thought I might tip you off."

Tara connects with Pam because of the special discrimination they both face: "I absolutely love it. As a 22yr old blonde with big boobs I have to admit that I face the same discrimination that pam does. Thanks for a show that shows ppl that not all blondes are stupid!"

Vozz brings the hard truth: "Worst Show ever."

And finally, for Henry, a comment from Doyle: "I havn't seen an epidose of the show because I've been busy and never the times and day, but I do now I'll will check out the show! siddhartha is one of my favorite books also. keep us posted!"

10:13 PM  
Blogger Stefanie said...

Even when Pam was a huge icon to be jealous of, she never came off as such. She reminds me of a big sis of an old friend of mine - beautiful, low self esteem even though she knows she's beatuful, as factual as possible, self deprecating, kind, sweet, down to earth, here in reality and yet totally NOT... I think that if anyone was at a 2 person table with her, and she was forced to talk to you, she would come off a little flaky but over all favorably. And for that, I like her.

4:08 AM  
Blogger Jenn said...

You guys must be psychic. Either that, or the Pam Anderson machine is into mass exposure mode.

I can't believe I just wrote that. Let's not go there.

The point of this was that I just received my issue of jane magazine (no, i'm don't subscribe to The New Yorker or Time or even Maclean's. My only mandatory monthy reading is a chick mag) and Pamela Anderson is on the cover. I'm still walking around in a state of shock. It doesn't look at all like "Pamela Anderson". She's absolutely gorgeous on the cover, and in the pics inside. It's all very Outer Limits/Twilight Zone and I was kinda scared... so thanks - being pointed to her blog was a much needed dose of reality.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Joseph K said...

Pam Anderson does seem to be pretty down to earth. At the same time. "The Pam Anderson machine?" Pam Anderson a machine? Ok. Sounds plausible.

10:38 PM  

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