Eliza Truitt

Eliza Truitt, a former editor at Slate, now works as a wedding photographer in Seattle.

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Dec. 9 2000 1:30 AMMeg Ryan, Furious Tinkerbell
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Dec. 1 2000 11:30 PMHip-Hopper's Delight
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Nov. 18 2000 12:00 AMChewbacca Meets Jerry Lewis
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Nov. 4 2000 12:00 AMAngel Cheesecake
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Oct. 19 2000 3:00 AMMeatless Burgers No cows died during the writing of this article. 
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Oct. 14 2000 12:00 AMGere Shift
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Sept. 30 2000 12:00 AMMinnie Driver Turns Ugly
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Sept. 16 2000 12:00 AMAlmost Perfect
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Sept. 1 2000 3:00 AMThe Best Light BulbHow to tell a Soft White from a compact fluorescent.
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Aug. 19 2000 12:00 AM 
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Aug. 4 2000 11:30 PMSpace Age 
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July 14 2000 11:30 PMX-Men­ Axed
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June 23 2000 11:30 PMFarrelly, We Go Along 
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June 9 2000 11:30 PMThe 15 Pimp Commandments
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May 26 2000 11:30 PMKevin Spacey, Lubricant Salesman
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Dec. 5 2000 3:00 AMLaziness.comOur intrepid reporter sits at home and tests Kozmo, HomeGrocer, and other Web-based deliveries.
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Nov. 21 2000 11:30 PMAn Alan Greenspan Thriller? 
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Nov. 11 2000 1:30 AMBetter Dead Than Red? 
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Oct. 28 2000 12:00 AMSecond Helpings of Pi
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Oct. 21 2000 12:00 AMThe Devil in Miss Ryder
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Oct. 3 2000 11:30 PMRadiohead Killed the Video Star 
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Sept. 23 2000 12:00 AMBjörk's Bathos
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Sept. 9 2000 12:00 AM 
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Aug. 11 2000 11:30 PM 
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July 29 2000 12:00 AM 
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June 30 2000 11:30 PMMad Mel 
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June 16 2000 11:30 PMEbert Angered by Coitus Postponus 
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June 2 2000 11:30 PMGrandma Martin
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May 19 2000 11:30 PMTyrannosaurus Sux

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