You know who worry a lot about how there are no red-blooded, responsible men any more and the whole world has gone gay? Women. Historical Sports Note: Babe Didrikson Zaharias entered men’s professional golf tournaments, to no complaints from the men, thirty years before Carson Kressley was a queer gleam in his mother’s straight eye.

Note to Agenda Bender: Unless you’re making some joke that’s way over my head — and not for the first time — it’s Mariel. Muriel Spark, Mariel Hemingway.

(Update: Life Imitates Blogging: Mariel Hemingway has published a memoir.)

Aaron Haspel | Posted November 9, 2003 @ 6:55 PM | Blogs

3 Responses to “A Rhetorical Question”

  1. 1 1. tom b

    Yes, my Muriel for Mariel mistake is driving comment unprecedented in Agendabender history. Well, except for my review of a Todd Rundgren greatest hits cd. Expect more misspellings of 70′s-80′s hot chix, and a reassessment of the Utopia oeuvre very soon.

  2. 2 2. Eric Scheie

    I thought Muriel was the name of Hemingway’s cigars. Close but no cigar, I guess….

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