By Conrad Spencer
In reading The New York Times' article on Karl Rove's incredible good fortune in eluding indictments, I saw this picture:
and, though I was reading about matters of great national importance, my first thought was, "Who's the hottie?"
While it's distressing to see proof that I obviously spend too much time reading blogs, it's also reassuring to me that most usage of the Internet -- the greatest communications tool in the history of humankind -- isn't anything more than junior high gossip. The world changes, but people stay the same--which is to say we all act, on some level, like we did when we were 13.