Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Beauty and the Blind 


So, on the one hand, I'll never know what Julia Roberts looks like. On the other, I loved when, during a viewing of "Erin Brockovich," my wife leaned close and said, "Oh, I wish you could see what they've done with Julia Roberts's cleavage."

Stephen Kuusisto on 'The Beauty Myth' (The Washington Post, 12 November 2006). Kuusisto also talks about the Victorian era, when people really began to enjoy looking at other people in a big way, and how he can write about a world he can't see. Thanks to Blue at The Gimp Parade.

Comments:
Hi Deanne,

I discovered your post referencing Steve's article "The Beauty Myth" and thought I'd say "hi". Thank you for mentioning him on your blog.

Regards,

Connie
 
Hi Deanne,

I discovered your post referencing Steve's article "The Beauty Myth" and thought I'd say "hi". Thank you for mentioning him on your blog.

Regards,

Connie

P.S. Forgive me please if I accidentally posted this twice.
 
Hi Connie,

Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment! I really enjoyed the article and I've saved it to read again.

Best wishes,

Dee
 
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