They have even assigned one another Disney princess names: Skyler is Cinderella, Nathalia is Sleeping Beauty, Janel is Mulan.
"Disney doesn't have any African American princesses," Logan says, "so I get to be Superman."
And then a WashPost Sports columnist, Sally Jenkins (who believes in Intelligent Design, but I don't think that shows here), talks about how maybe we should have two levels of professional sports -- one Natural, one Enhanced. She says athletes have doped since the beginning. But then she quotes Charles Yesalis, professor of health and human development at Penn State and a longtime scholar of performance enhancement:
"When you go to a movie, you don't want to see how the movie was made, or the special effects are done," he says. "The drama plays out and it has a black or white ending. You just want to be entertained and happy or sad your team won."
And it's true I don't go to sports, but when I see a movie, I do care about how it was made and the special effects. I'm not the only one, if I go by the extras on the DVDs. If guys are doped in sports, I want to know.