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March 31, 2006

MorphWorld: Eva Longoria into Kate Beckinsale


A thought: do you think it's possible that the worldwide information network blanketing us in images whether we try to avoid them or not creates an unconscious desire in both actress and stylist to mimic the look of one already famous and embedded — as it were — in the visual cortices (is that a word, I wonder?) of the global gestalt™?


How else to explain the slow approach of the desperate housewife (above) towards dead ringerhood with the 21st century queen of the vampire movies (below




yet again)?

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Words that end in "x" have interesting plurals--indices, appendices, codices, calyces, larynges and matrices, to name a few.
Wimping out, the dictionary usually also lists an alternative plural made by adding "es" to the root.

Posted by: cc | Apr 1, 2006 2:14:35 PM

Homogenization is everywhere.

Posted by: Jack | Mar 31, 2006 2:39:36 PM

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