Over on Huffington Post, Bonnie Fuller takes a rare dissenting feminine view in the ongoing Jennifer Aniston–Angelina Jolie shadow tabloid war, and nails why Aniston should just take a big gulp from a warm glass of shut the hell up. Fuller accuses Aniston of “perpetrating the most fantastic press dissathon” of recent memory (giving an interview for a Vogue cover story in which she says, “What Angelina did was uncool,” then whining to Entertainment Weekly for a separate, later cover story, “I was just surprised that Vogue would go so tabloid. I was bummed, but you almost expect it”), and basically makes the point that Aniston can’t stop running her yapper and wearing the victim’s hoodie, which wears on guys a lot quicker than females. Who knows whether this brand damage is long-lasting or irreperable, but I can tell you that male audiences will not stick with a female movie star that they perceive as a nag and endless re-hasher of the past, no matter how finely toned the legs. Personality does still matter, shockingly.