isn't this great? i'm not the only person thinking, blaine, you're a fucking tosser. in fact, you know what i think should be done? i think the people in london should organise a day where a whole bunch of them get together, and go down, and throw things at blaine's cubicle. i think they should march down there with banners that read 'Where's the Trick?' and 'David Copperfield Never Did This' and then set them up around his cubicle. after that, people could go down there on the daily basis, set up a soap box, and explain to people why this isn't a feat, or a trick, or anything like that, but that blaine is getting five million for it.
anyhow, to leave you right now, i also discovered that it's coming up to banned books week, and here are the 2002 top ten:
1. Harry Potter series by J.K. Rowling (wizardry and magic).
2. Alice series by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor (sexually explicit, offensive language, unsuited to age group. "Unsuited to age group" usually means a younger child has access to a book in a library meant for older children.)
3. The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier, which was also the Most Challenged Book of 1998 (offensive language, unsuited to the age group).
4. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou (sexual content, racism, offensive language, violence, unsuited to age group).
5. Taming the Star Runner by S.E. Hinton (offensive language).
6. Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey (insensitivity, unsuited to age group, encourages children to disobey authority).
7. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain (racism, insensitivity, offensive language).
8. Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson (offensive language, sexual content, occult, satanism).
9. Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor (insensitivity, racism and offensive language).
10. Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George (sexual content, offensive language, violence, unsuited to age group).