Here's a dainty can of pastel worms: The Democracy Now! show on Pacifica Radio is asking this question: "Was Martha Stewart Targeted Because She is a Major Democratic Contributor and a Woman? Where is Ken Lay?"
, or watch the stream for low
Is it still a good thing?
posted by moonbird
on Mar 11, 2004 -
and she proclaims her innocence. Martha Stewart has a new web site, independent of her company that she resigned from, that will detail her battles with the government, putting everything out in the open.
posted by benjh
on Jun 5, 2003 -
The scariest costumes this year represent those that crushed the dreams of many, bilked millions from strangers, and got away. Psycho Killers? Crazed Snipers? No, Forbes gives you: CEO Halloween masks
. I know the kids will love going as Martha
. It's a good thing.
posted by mathowie
on Oct 29, 2002 -
savemartha.com Everyone who wants to show support for Martha should bake a cake on August 3rd and give it to someone important to them--an old friend, a new neighbor, or someone in need. It's a great way to reach out and show you care, and a great way to spread goodness to both friends and strangers alike--which is what Save Martha! is ultimately all about.
posted by machaus
on Jul 23, 2002 -
Oooh, Martha's in trouble...
Looks like her ex-boyfriend may have tipped her off to some insider information (and subsequently got popped
). News of the incident has caused Martha Stewart Omnimedia stock to drop. Not a Good Thing.
posted by shecky57
on Jun 12, 2002 -
All right, I'll admit it. I've never known how to fold a fitted sheet
. A quick web search on the topic brought me to these instructions
, which I tried, and failed miserably at. I need pictures! Isn't this what the WWW is for ... non-pornographic pictures? Or am I forever doomed to balling the damn things up and tossing them to the rear of my linen closest, where no unsuspecting guest will find it and discover my terrible secret? I guess I could give the things up and just go for hospital corners
. Martha Stewart
, help me!
posted by WolfDaddy
on May 4, 2002 -
Why it's a Good Thing (tm).
I can't resist. I just got my copy of the new "tell-all" on Martha Stewart, and it's a great book. Being a fan of hers, I keep hearing people call her a bitch for dominating her sphere of the business world, and making what appear to be some sound business decisions, even if she makes the mistake of neglecting some of the social niceties. Is that a double standard? Probably so. I say more power to her - my MSO stock goes up, and I always enjoy reading "behind-the-scenes" business books. Anyone else reading this?
posted by ebarker
on Apr 15, 2002 -
On Martha Stewart Living this morning,
Martha showed how to make the perfect glass of water, how to peel a grape, and how to add a decorative touch to cereal boxes. I was almost sucked in. Nice work Martha, who knew she could laugh at herself? What other April Fool's Day pranks and pages have you found?
posted by jasonshellen
on Apr 1, 2002 -
What if Martha Stewart was a goth?
As it turns out, she'd just shy away from elegant eggshell blues and seafoam greens
in favor of black and burgundy.
Other than that she'd be pretty much the same. It's not too late to recycle your house in time for Samhain. A frivolous, yet convincing argument for a strange but useful marriage of ideas. Well, if you're into this sort of thing, of course.
Happy Halloween, MeFi!
posted by ZachsMind
on Oct 30, 2001 -