Saturday, July 12, 2008

Va-va-voom!

It's been a while since I've been singled out by another blog, but recently I received dual distinctions from Nathaniel Rogers, author of The Film Experience. A few weeks ago he awarded me a DVD Guide for The X-Files, in which various episodes are compiled to prepare the viewer for the upcoming movie sequel. But this week I've ascended to even more rarefied air when my reply to this post made it to the main page.

A mighty honor, given his readership. But more importantly, this kind of attention puts me in elite company with other admirers of the curvy female form: painter Peter Paul Rubens, director Russ Meyer, and rapper Sir Mix-A-Lot. Well, I guess there's Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs, but we try not to talk about him at our monthly meetings.

4 comments:

Quinn said...

Congrats on the recognition. While I might not qualify in the Va-va-voom category, I hope that it does come back into fashion.

Mainline Mom said...

I wish the fashion industry shared your feelings, then maybe more clothes would fit my curvy figure.

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Congrats on the recognition. Enjoyed your post. It sounds to be you have great interest in films. Love to hear more from your side.

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