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raging out at... ryan gosling

"I mean, God bless The Notebook," Gosling says. "It introduced me to one of the great loves of my life. But people do Rachel and me a disservice by assuming we were anything like the people in that movie. Rachel and my love story is a hell of a lot more romantic than that."

Where does one get in line for that?? And who knew it got better than The Notebook?

I'll be sharpening my razors if anyone needs me.



  1. Dear Moderator:

    Would it be at all possible to label and identify blogs that are based on information unavailable to heterosexual men??

    I don't know who Ryan Gosling is. I don't know who "Rachel" is. Is the Notebook a book or a movie? Should I have read/seen it?
    Should I know why it is that Stars is sharpening razors??

    Can we possibly label or flag blogs such as these with a pink ribbon or banner??

  2. The Notebook is both a book and a movie. Now, while this is undoubtedly a blog that pertains more to the female gender, I find it astonishing that you haven't at least heard of it. It could be male posturing, perhaps?

    And rather than tag it with a breast cancer awareness ribbon, I will continue to tag these sorts of blogs "Reasons To Give Up On Life" and perhaps add in "Things/People Men Should Learn From".

  3. El Abogado, muy, muy, MachismoFebruary 23, 2008 at 4:44 AM

    Well, I acknowledged sorta having heard of it. I knew that it was either a book or a movie. (Do I not score points for that??!!) I just wasn't really sure if it was an Oprah Book Club book or a "chick flick" (which, thankfully, I didn't have a girlfriend when it was released). It was not false macho posturing so much as an admission of being totally clueless. (something you won't get from me, often!)

    Further, I have admittedly also heard of Ryan Gosling and had some vague notion that he was a young male actor, but I most definately would not be able to pick him out of a line-up, nor would I be able to name ANY of his other roles.

    "Rachel" is far too vague a reference for me to get.
    And I STILL have no idea why you'd be sharpening your razors.

    Perhaps we can compromise and create a tag for "Movies that guys wouldn't be caught dead at, without a date; and which they only attend, with hopes of getting laid"
    How's that??