- Leafing through my wife's copy of 'What Would Britney Do?' gossip/celeb magazine Us Weekly, I noticed a particularly inflammatory quote on one of the pages about video games - and after Googling it, discovered that someone else picked up on the very same quote.

Specifically, blogger Com$tock comments tartly: " Leafing through this week's US Weekly (cover date March 5, 2007), I see a quote from sorta-famous person Gabrielle Union in the Loose Talk section. Sayeth Union: "I don't understand men that find much time for PlayStation. If you have bad credit but a great Madden score, clearly there are some priority issues.""

Com$tock's response to this sassiness? "It doesn't take a logician to see that someone who makes time for games is not the same as someone who can't be responsible for themselves or their personal finances, as Union implies. Here's my retort, custom fit for the glossy set: I don't understand women that find that much time for primping. If you can't discuss the state of the modern American novel but have blindingly white teeth, clearly there are some priority issues." Well, that's sizzlier than I might have gone with, but I approve - keep it up, Sir!