I happened to catch a documentary about Yoko Ono on TV today. She was interviewed for it, as were a number of others, but unlike most of the artist bios that air on Ovation, this one wasn't exactly full of praise. The usual "Yoko broke up the Beatles" crap was brought up, but it was Camille Paglia who was the main voice of dissent (isn't she always?): Paglia says that her main gripe with Ono is that she stripped away John Lennon's British sense of humor because she thought it was too silly for such a serious era, which is an interesting, not entirely unfair assertion. Her unwavering "feminism-since-birth" is something to be admired, though.