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Friday March 08, 2002
08:54 PM

Celebrity blogs

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Michael Moore has a blog. The entry I've linked to talks about the stunning success of his book.

Wil Wheaton is cooler than his TV character, Wesley Crusher, apparently was. I think all Star Trek is stupid, so I never saw him on TV, but he seems a nice enough guy if you go by his weblog.

Now William Shatner is getting in on it. Only his reads like he has a ghostwriter or twelve. Then again, what ghostwriter worth the pittance he's paid would write:

the basis of humor in life is the joke that God is playing on us. What I mean is, we are all born with an awareness of death and each day brings us closer to it. That’s the joke that all humanity deals with. So we should go along with that irony and perplexing indecipherable humor. Then you become part of that grand laugh we call life.

Move over Aristotle, we have a new poster child for Philosophy!

--Nat

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  • What about pornstar blogs?
  • but I thought his character was, too. At that age, I needed someone to show me that it was okay to be an intelligent teenager who got along better with adults than his peers. Wesley Crusher filled that gap for me. I never could believe how people were always bashing the character.

    Wil, if by some chance you read this: thanks!

    --
    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • I never could believe how people were always bashing the character.

      Lessee. There were the two seasons where the universe was about to implode in almost every episode, and miraculously Wesley comes in at the last minute to save the day. Then there were the two seasons where the universe was going along swimmingly, except when Wesley Crusher came onto the set, and things were about to implode, but somehow managed not to (thanks to Q, Jean-Luc and No. 2).

      Oh, and there was the underlying theme to his c

      • Can we PLEASE not have a Star Trek debate on this site? PLEASE?

        And gnat, thanks SO MUCH FOR STARTING IT.

        ;-)/2
        • Sorry. :)

          I doubt such a debate could happen because I'm not interested in debating the merits of Wesley Crusher (which I why I never responded), and no one else will defend him.

          --
          J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers