Blind Item Guessing Game

Despite low culture’s attorney’s protestations, we’re pushing through with our New York Times Op-Ed Page blind item guessing game, pesky legal troubles be damned.
From yesterday’s Maureen Dowd column:

A few years ago at a White House Correspondents’ dinner, I met a very beautiful actress. Within moments, she blurted out: “I can’t believe I’m 46 and not married. Men only want to marry their personal assistants or P.R. women.”

Send your (nonlibelous!) theories to tips@gaw, er, just post them in the comments or something.

12 replies on “Blind Item Guessing Game”

It was a Komodo Dragon; the much milder Monitor acted as body double for the Komodo in “The Freshman”.
This nameless actress might be trapped in her own double standard; what about men from a lower income bracket? No one blinks twice if an older, wealthier male dates a waitress or a schooolteacher… and I’m sure there are plenty of intelligent but manly firemen, cops, bookstore clerks etc. who would be interested…
(insert prayer of thanks that I’m no longer on the market.)

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