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03:33 am - Maverick Magazine Exclusive: The 50 Hottest Women Alive - 2006 Edition

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[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: May 21st, 2006 - 08:36 pm (Link)
There are a zillion movies every year, and people who aren't pop culture junkies only ever see a small set of them. That probably has as almost as much to do with the variations in these lists as differences in taste. Or rather, taste in movies/TV shows is as relevant as taste in women.

Absolutely. I totally agree. I'm just saying that your barometer of normalness is way off. Hence your knowing Kiera (who really is quite less famous) over Scarlett. I mean for HOVA's sake, you voted for Natashia Williams, who's while I acknowledge is hot, her biggest claim to fame is being on a TV show in syndication at 4am that only 14 people nationwide ever watched. I mean, serious, in some markets she probably lost to Ron Popeil. Does that make her less sexy, probably not, but I say she's much more of a flash in the pan than say Scarlett is. (more like a glimmer in the pan, she never did anything that amounted to causing an actual flash)

Honestly, HBC is probably in that area as well. Quite naturally in order to get the most votes you're going to have to be popular. Famous. HBC has honestly never really risen above being a B-Lister, while everyone in the top 10 except for maybe Milla is clearly a current A-Lister. And Milla has certainly flirted with the A-List at points in the past. (So has HBC, but I'd say she's never really busted over the hump in any communal culture altering way). I'd say that the entire concept of these sorts of lists is nothing but an exercise in pop culture, which obviously is why I did it in the first place.
[User Picture]From: max1975 Date: May 21st, 2006 - 09:32 pm (Link)
See, your mistake is thinking I care how far out of the mainstream I am, when I've already made it perfectly clear how much crack I think they're all on.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: May 21st, 2006 - 09:39 pm (Link)
not at all... I totally see that you don't care. Its just at some point one need to recognize oneself as the odd man out and come to terms with that. The way I do with politics for instance. I realized I'm the weird one, I just tend to believe that it makes me better than all of the rest of you.
[User Picture]From: max1975 Date: May 21st, 2006 - 09:52 pm (Link)
Yes, that's exactly how I feel.
[User Picture]From: chrismaverick Date: May 21st, 2006 - 09:57 pm (Link)
well, not exactly... See, I'm basically at terms with the fact that the world will not recognize my genius in my lifetime. I simply make sure that there is a record of my genius so that future generations can marvel at how before my time I truly was. You on the other hand seem to kind of implore people to come around to your way of thinking. You really seem to think that people will eventually find HBC attractive or She Spies to not be ... well... bad. Stuff like that.

Oh and also... I'm right and you're wrong... so uh... :-P Pbbbbbt.... or something.
[User Picture]From: max1975 Date: May 22nd, 2006 - 02:04 am (Link)
I have no delusions that people will recognize my genius. I just want them to have the opportunity, you know, should they ever put down their crack pipes.

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