Summit Up 5-27-10: Geared up for Sex and the City
Good morning and welcome to Summit Up, the world’s only daily column that’s wondering about this whole Sex and the City movie. We know a lot of women here in Summit County who are either planning to go to the premiere tonight at the Dillon Skyline Cinema – or they actually have already seen it just after midnight today. Pretty hard core.
This, as we understand it, is pretty much a chick flick if ever there was one, and not one that most guys will agree to view without some very substantial rewards promised (and we’ll leave it up to you as to what those incentives might be, although we’d guess they’d range from big bags of beef jerky to a weekend pass on any and all honey-dos). Since we have never seen either the TV show or the first film version of Sex and the City, we can only sorta guess what the things sounds like:
Carrie: Ugh, these new shoes are killing me! But they’re sexy. (To waiter) Another Cosmo, Hernando.
Samantha: I slept with 17 guys last night. Right here in the city.
Miranda: Kevin and I did it in the coat closet at MOMA last night.
Carrie: I’m running out of ideas for things to say with you people. Why did we have to do another movie?
So we added a little more work to our schedule this week with the introduction of a new feature online called The Daily Conversation – Live! This is a place where you can go and get online with us, other readers and the occasional local leader or expert to ask questions, gripe, suggest stories or let us know your hot news tip. And, of course, you can feel free to submit Summit Up items on here.
MILLIONS OF SUMMIT UP READERS: Whuffo?
SU: What for? Just to give ya’ll another way to get in touch with us. We’ll also post some breaking news stuff, some ideas about what’s coming up in the next day’s paper, etc.
MSUR: How do we access this amazing thing?
SU: Just go on our home page at http://www.summitdaily.com and look for the thing that says “The Daily Conversation.” Then, y’know, click on it. It’s pretty clear what to do next. Oops – outta room. Ciao.
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