Oscars again

I didn't watch. I can't watch.

First of all, most if the nominees lose and I find it depressing. And, even though they're celebrities, I hate watching people on live national television. Anything can go wrong!

There was an awkward moment. One guy was talking and his co-winner walked up and started talking at the same time. Which is probably fine because they usually bring up the music if more than one person tries to talk.

But when I think of it...the way that those two people will be reliving that moment for the rest of their lives. They will never, ever, ever be allowed to forget! Every time they apply for a job, they'll have THAT on their resume. The Oscar. A stark reminder of their horrible, horrible humiliation.

The Academy Awards

It turns out this is Oscar Night and I haven't seen a thing.

Precious, Inglorious Basterds, and Hurt Locker sound offensive. And I have a vague dislike for James Cameron even though I know nothing about him. The word among Hollywood folk is that nobody likes him. Members of the Academy would have a hard time voting to hand him an Oscar.

Let me see. What else.

Oh, yeah. I would probably tend to side with Ishmael Reed in his attacks on Precious. I haven't seen it, so I won't argue the point.

Justin Bieber among the world's most influential

The Canadian star up the list of 100 most influential people in the world, according to the magazine T! me, sharing the list with the likes of Barack Obama, Lionel Messi, Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah, Sting, among others.

The annual list includes artists, politicians and activists around the globe who exercise considerable influence on opinion and citizenship.

- Lack Charlie Sheen

When asked about this statement, Justin Bieber said he would have been better to include Charlie Sheen among the most influential because "who" has a million followers in Twitter. "

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