All posts by Stephen Macaulay

Oops!. . .and the Joy of Monosyllabic Thinking

Back when this site was young, there was a spirited discussion about the phenomenal and physical attributes and values of Britney Spears; consequently, it surprises me that there hasn’t been an analysis put forth about what Spears has recently put out, the lead Pepsi commercial that was broadcast during the Academy Awards telecast. Her packaged … Continue reading Oops!. . .and the Joy of Monosyllabic Thinking

Time to Put Out the Red Light, Sting

“That Sting—he’s a really good singer.” —Sting, in a pre-Academy Awards interview during which he explained that (a) he was unlikely to receive an Oscar for “My Funny Friend and Me,” a song that he and David Hartley wrote for “The Emperor’s New Groove (he was right) and (b) what the members of the Academy … Continue reading Time to Put Out the Red Light, Sting