Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Check out Tourettes Guy. There are a bunch of videos. Here are a few of my favs.

Bob Saget
Rude Awakening
Customer Inquiry

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Summa School

So I rolled off of JR's couch after partying all night Sunday and started classes yesterday. Yes, in my club gear, wreaking of cigarettes and liquor. I'm only taking two for the summer: Finite Math, and Strategies. My Finite professor is nice but retarded. He got lost about five times in the lesson and couldn't complete half of the problems without the help of the class (read: me).

Strategies will be fun. The professor is mad cool. Of course I'm her fav already. This should be an easy summer.

Monday, June 27, 2005

Mahna Mahna

I love the new Dr. Pepper commercial. It's tight with the old Muppets song. The only thing that's veird is its long as name. How many flavors can we fit into one beverage. Diet Cherry Vanilla Dr. Pepper. Come on now.

courtesy of iFilm

Friday, June 24, 2005

I'm Back Baby

Hallelujah, it worked! I went to Circuit City. Bought a new power supply, and let Paul install it for me. Happy Friday and have a great weekend! How bout some web content.

Watch Tom handle this like a pro.

Thursday, June 23, 2005

Quick Movie Review: Batman Begins A-

I usually get disappointed when I go see super hyped flicks, but this one lives up to it.
It really gives you reference for all the other movies in the series. The story is told so well that it almost seems plausible that a guy would dress up in a mask and cape to fight crime.

Everything worked in the movie. The only part I didn't care for was Katie Holmes. She plays a good-hearted-but-tough district attorney. And she really sucks at it. Not that her acting was terribly bad, but she has no screen presence. There's nothing about her that grabbed me and pulled me more into the movie. The two fit bitches in the lambo pulled me in much more. Highly recommend. A-

MetaCritic - 70
Ebert & Roeper Review
Apple trailer

Celebrity Workaholics

I was reading this month's Elle article on Lindsay Lohan and realized something: I'm a lazy fuck. (article) In it she talks about how much she works. She says that a couple of days ago she pulled a 21-hour work day. 21 hours?! I got to thinking, if I was given a chance to be a famous star, could I handle it? Would I be able to be pulled across town and across the country from one obligation to another with little or no rest?

I would have to say absolutely not. I feel like I'm gonna have a heart-attack when I get scheduled for a double at the restaurant. And that's only a ten hour day!

I'm starting to think that one reason why famous people are famous isn't because of a lucky star or a generous inheritance from a dead relative. It just might be that they are willing to work much harder than the average scmuck is. If an 18 year-old girl can do it, why can't I.

The moral of the story? I have to get off my ass if I ever want to get anything. I'm gonna try something this week: whenever the thought "I don't feel like it" comes up, I will immediately do the thing that I didn't feel like doing. Maybe after time I'll rid myself of this crappy work ethic. I try to party like a rockstar, now it's time to work like one.


If you are reading this post you are probably one of my faithfuls. A true fan of the site. Thanks for being so patient with me while I try to get my cpu fixed. I will be doing all remote postings until the sit. is figured out. I love you.

Saturday, June 04, 2005

Sin City Here We Come!

We got the wrinkles ironed out for a trip to Vegas this summer. It's gonna be off the chizzain! I can't wait. We're even putting together a night at the Playpen suite at the Palms Hotel and Casino. It's like a grand a night, but it is worth it. Wowaweewa!