February 1st, 2005


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Our thinking was logical. We could go see a supposedly good movie, but then it could turn out to suck, and that would be disappointing. Or we could see a movie we *knew* was bad, and hey, there's nothing lost either way with that one.

This is how Operative X and I ended up at Elektra.

Man, even a heapin' helping of ninja couldn't save this movie.

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* WTF. UN rules that Darfur isn't genocide, but does count for war crimes.
* Ooh. New York uses anti-terror law to fight gangs.
* Judge rules Guantanamo military reviews illegal.
* Sobering results from DC homicide study.
* Some ideas on how Bush could fight tyranny.
* Sebastian Mallaby on marketing Darfur.
* William Raspberry on the poor being cut out.
* New local tabloid takes aim at the suburbs.
* The legal fine print on the PR spending scandal.
* Will Frace revise its 35 hour work week?
* Decoding why few girls choose science and math.
* BBC writer who chronicled his fight against cancer passes away.
* Crazy Radio gives mental hospital patients a voice.


You scored as Count Dracula. You are the charming, ravenous vampire from Bram Stoker's classic novel. A frightful spectre from the shadows of history, you harvest the blood of the living to perpetuate your existence. Though you are hospitable and charming, it is only an insidious ruse to cover your carnivorous intentions.


Count Dracula


Dorian Gray


The Invisible Man


Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde


Frankenstein's Monster


The Headless Horseman


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