While we were all marveling at the so-crazy-they-just-might-work internet schemes of Atoosa "Alpha Kitty" "Big Momma" "'Toos" "The 'Toos" Rubenstein on Friday, Jon Fine was scraping the floor for quotes that didn't make the cut the first time around. The result could sort of be considered his 'The Beales of Grey Gardens:'
There's Big Momma." (That's Atoosa.) There's the sisterhood"—this is the community of women who right now avidly comment on Atoosa's blogs and, presumably, will eventually network with each other. "There's [potential Web property she discussed with me on the grounds I do not divulge its details]"—which would be "the freaky brother. And Psychic Kitty. It all comes together as a family." "I work hard, you know. You can say my blog's annoying, you can say I'm ugly, you can say I've got hairy arms. But I'm not dumb. I'm not dumb, and I work really hard."
You know, it's perversely gratifying to see this kind of evidence that we've gotten under someone's skin. Now if only we could see some evidence that we've gotten down to the follicular level . . .