Comments: The (Third Annual) 35 Most Shameful Events of 2004

I would add that Janet's boob "paved the way" for the autumn appearance of Tara Reid's clueless mammary.

And Paris Hilton is truly one of this year's shameful events.

Posted by Esther Kustanowitz at December 30, 2004 12:22 PM

An otherwise good list is marred by an 'opinion'. All 34 other items are indisputable, but people praising Michael Moore and his film isn't disgraceful at all. It just happens to be a very well made film that voices an opinion different from yours.

That's why I don't think your list is 'disgraceful', I just think it's wrong.

Posted by drew at December 30, 2004 07:14 PM

1. why is the sox finally winning the world series "shameful"? that's the single best thing, not only of 2004, but EVER.

2. any item to come out of brandeis is inherently shameful. for instance, me - i'm ashaamed to admit i went to college there. perhaps not coincidentally, today I found a foam finger emblazoned with "Brandeis Judges We're #1." Sadly, it was neither the middle finger nor the shocker.

Posted by LilB at December 30, 2004 07:18 PM

Not the death of Arafat, but the shameful suckingup to him and beatifying him by his "peers" and the press despite a lifetime of bloodshed and evil.

Posted by Laurence Simon at December 30, 2004 08:14 PM

One of the worst things about the whole Janet Jackson breast thing is because of it, people forgot about what was an exciting Superbowl.

Posted by Ron at December 31, 2004 05:47 AM

Drew: The reason F9/11 was shameful was that it was filled with lies and distortions. Any wonder why when it was released Moore called a documentary and now he is refering to it as a satire?

Posted by Andrew Ian Dodge at December 31, 2004 07:58 AM

You are sooo right...the Red Sox winning the World Series is a SHAMEFUL event.
And by the way...whatis a meme???

Posted by A at January 2, 2005 02:26 PM

Muhammad Ali may be frail in body but not in spirit. Even now, he still has the heart of a champion.

Posted by Lamar Cole at December 16, 2005 05:10 PM
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