In what can be seen either as a tribute to Katie Couric or a challenge for superiority, people voting worldwide have chosen Barbie's latest career: news anchor.
Yes. In addition to being a fairy, princess, and fairy princess, Barbie can now be found in the make-believe world of unbiased network reporting.
With a proclaimed "flair for journalism and power pink!" Barbie seems cut out more for interviewing "The Situation" than being on The Situation Room, but maybe I should reserve judgment until we see Wolf Blitzer in a knee-high skirt. However, Barbie does possess one quality any real news anchor would die for: perfect, immovable hair.
Personally, I don't feel offended that Barbie is now a journalist--I'm more concerned about her disturbingly well-kempt and smiling portrayal as a computer engineer. I still have to worry about the mental stability of any child who chooses to play "Nightly News," though:
"Good evening; I'm Barbie. Diane Sawyer is off tonight.
"Later in tonight's pr