Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Valentino and His Pugs

I just received a clip from Valentino's documentary where all six of his pugs (named Milton, Monty, Maude, Margot, Maggie, and Molly-listed in no particular order) are put on a plain with their esteemed fashion-designer owner and his posse. This is the cutest video you will ever see and I can not wait to see his documentary. I hope it premeres state-side!


Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Jordan Sparks Speaks Out

When Brand insulted the Jonas Brothers for wearing purity rings at this year's VMAs, Jordan Sparks came to their defense. This is what she said and here is why I think she's awesome:
"It's not bad to wear a promise ring because not everybody, guy or girl, wants to be a slut."

I know you probably heard it before but I thought it would be best to record it here, for my personal memories.

Monday, September 8, 2008

How Much Do I Luv the 2008 VMAs?

The amount is too great to be counted! I especially loved what the Jonas Brothers wore (especially the white suit Joe Jonas wore). I'm glad that Britney Spears is finally back and winning awards already. Christina Aguilera practically fell off my radar and I'm glad she's back as well.

Everyone looked fenomenal from Jordan Sparks(thanx for standing up for the Jonas brothers and their decision to wear promise rings) to Lauren Conrad, from Pete Wentz(I luved his outfit too) to Speidi. Paris Hilton looked awesome as well.

I am also a Tokio Hotel fan now officially! And Paramore isn't that bad either. And for some reason I can't get 'The Seven Things I Hate About You' out of my head (even though I don't know the full song).

Shame on Perez Hilton for starting trouble with last night's host, Russel Brand. Of course, he made a couple of off color jokes aimed at the Jonas Brothers but apparently he thought they were funny at the time and apologized for what he said after Jordan Sparks (again, thank you) made a statement defending promise rings. Brand should be forgiven the Jonas Brothers should ignore it and we all need to just get along!


Christina Aguilera Hangs with the Jonas Brothers

Saturday, August 30, 2008

Another Excellent Video!

Here's the song 'I Want It All' from High School Musical 3: Senior Year. It finally grew on me! After two viewings, I fell in love with this song.

Today Is My Day Off!!

I finally found the Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince movie trailor today. I have been told and have seen on a couple of television shows that the actual movie is coming out next summer and not this year as it usually does. However, I just got the new copy of Entertainment Weekly and it reports that the movie will be released in theatres on a specific date in November(I think its Nov.24th but I'm not sure, I can't remember). Anyways, I hope it does come out this year because I feel I've been waiting for far too long already. Here's the trailor:

All else is going well in my life. I got another raise at work (Yeah me!). I'm still reading Anna Karenina and its finally getting good! I also realised that the more dramatic a book is the more I love it! So, aparentally, my favorite type of book are those that are overly dramatic and romantic with a bit of social theory and constent implications of society.

I'm in the process of registering to vote now, as well. I will send my information off hopefully today; if the mailman hasn't come yet=p

I'm greatly anticipating the new season of Gossip Girl which premieres on Labor Day. I'll have to tape it (hopefully, I'm not the only one who still does that) because I have to work. I may even watch 90210 on tuesday-I haven't decided yet.


Tuesday, July 29, 2008

All About Chuck

Ed Westwick plays Chuck Bass on Gossip Girl (one of my favorite shows of all time) and even though his character is disgusting, immoral, and vastly immature his style more than makes up for his personal weaknesses. I adore his fashion!

That's all for now! G2G!

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

It has been a while....

A lot has been going on lately. Firstly, I was promoted to customer service at my job! Isn't that great?

I also have developed perhaps an unheathy fasination with the french culture-especially the 18th century, during the reign of Queen Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI. I've seen both versions of Marie Antoinette (the 2006 version staring Kirsten Dunst and the 1938 version starring Norma Shearer) and I loved them both!

One of my favorite historical figures from this time period is now the duchess de Polignac. I don't know why but I think she was awesome! The most I know about her is that she was the Queen's favorite(so much so that many critics at that time took the two to be lovers) and that she was supposedly having an afair with another man.

I can't wait to visit France one day and see the Palace of Versailles and, of course, the Champs Elysees. Many of my associates are even helping me with my french (to bad I didn't pay attention in high school).

Oh, and I am highly anticipating HSM 3: Senior Year! I saw the commercial and I will be seeing the movie in October-its a done deal!

That's all for today, folks, g2g!

Sunday, June 29, 2008

Attack of the killer bees=0

I report to you no later than five minutes after this event took place. My entire family (my mom, dad, brother, I and maybe my dog a little on the inside) are still laughing about it.

Earlier today, my father mentioned how there is a bee colony living in a hole in our backyard. Only a few moments ago, he asked me to assist him in killing them with raid and, after putting on his shoes (while wearing a pear of shorts, no less) ventured to begin his quest while I remainded in my bedroom getting ready.

No sooner then he left, however, was the whole house shaken by his screams of "Ouch!" and "I got stung!" and, unfortunately for the first time in my life, I heard my father scream like a twelve year old girl. Sad to say, he was stung by, according to him, three bees and, upon escaping them by running into the house terrified, one managed to follow him inside. We had a terrible time getting this one, as you would expect.

He then went out onto the back porch, followed by my mother and my brother,(I remained downstairs to search for any winged intruders) while still a bit shaken by his ordeal. The bees seemed to still be active, and launched another attack from the backyard. My brother stumbled over his own feet, screamed and then fled to his bedroom and closed the door tight so as to keep out those yellow intruders.

A couple more bees made their way inside. One was killed at the porch door. Another was audacious enough to venture into the hallway bathroom where I was forced to smash it using my brother's framed high school certificate. The family, eventhough shaken thoroughly, laughed uncontrollably for quite some time. It was then that I decided to blog about this event.

Do not fear, the bees retreated to their underground nest, apparently, since there are no more in the house or the garage where they started their assault. And now, with the adventure over, I can get back to reading 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' by Oscar Wilde.


Tuesday, June 10, 2008

(I'm Still Gone With the Wind)

Keeping with my present obsession with Gone With the Wind, I found a video of the Carol Burnett Show where they are doing a spoof of the classic epic. Here is Part 1:

And here is Part 2:

I find both videos to be hilarious!! I actually bought Gone With the Wind on but I'm afraid I will have to wait a long time for I had to pay with a check!

P.S: I am reading Le Morte d'Arthur by Malory now and have already read Voltair's 'Candide' and Virginia Woolf's essay "A Room of One's Own' and I loved both books!

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Hey everybody!!

(Ignore the post title if you think it sounds funny because if you do, I agree with you. One of those spure of the moment things I guess)

I finally finished Gone With the Wind and loved the entire book from cover to cover!! It was awesomely written and I can not WAIT until I watch the movie!! Margarett Mitchell was aparently a great writer. And if anyone were to ask me the question "When you go to heaven, who would you most like to meet?" I would whole-heartedly answer "Margarett Mitchell, of course, and to anyone else I say fiddle-dee-dee!!" and start laughing uncontrollebly=)

I totally agree with the book's main theme. Mitchell was quoted on the final page of her novel to have said that this story was a story about people with gumption. And it is true that a person needs to have gumption (the ability to take what is given them in life and turn it into a benefactor) or else they will fail at anything they begin-that is, if they have the gumption to start anything in the fist place.

Everyone is given the same oppurtunities in life, yet, there are people who take advantage of those opporunities and an even greater number of people who choose not to. The people without gumption are those who use the phrase 'I can't' and then feel okay about themselves later. It's not okay to say you can't do anything other than fly-and even that you can do with an airplane. And to even think that is a bad thing.

But, there are those people who give up on life saying that they live in the real world and that there is no place for dreams to be accomplished while in waking hours. Every human being has a dream. And, as long as you are alive, you have a right to accomplish your dream. So, there is no reason to give up and say I can't. That kind of thinking gets you nothing but micery-and that is the point of Gone with the Wind. I have always thought this but there is something gratifing about seeing it one paper.

And, on that note, I must leave this blog and write someswhere else. TT4N!!

Monday, May 5, 2008

Much to tell!

I'm still saving up for my 2000 Volkswagon Bettle and working more hours to help pay for it. (Don't ask me how I got more hours...I just got lucky I guess.)

Last Saturday I watched the Kentucky Derby for the first time in my life and I was completly mesmerized=) I learned new words like 'fillie' and watched with amazement the wonderful fashions (especially the hats!) I particularly loved what Heidi Montague wore and she looked ten times cuter with Spencer on her arm; the two wearing matching colors (I'm serious...they looked adorable=).

It took me a while during the pre race red carpet premiere to decide on my favorite horse but I finally decided on Eight Bells. Eight Bells was the first female horse, or filly, to race in the Kentucky Derby for the last, like, gagillion years. And only three fillies have ever won, including Winning Colors who was the latest.

The race was going really well and Eight Bells made it to second place behind Big Brown (-_-#). And then, as if things couldn't get any worst, she collapsed from some horrrible injury and, unfortunately, was euthanized~~~~~>_<~~~~~. I thought she did a fantastic job and it was obvious that she was a great horse. I'll miss her.

I missed Battlestar Galactica on friday but caught a few minutes of it on Sunday while I was getting ready for work that night. All I saw was that Baltar is sleeoing with a cylon and Starbuck's crew has finally turned on her.

And tonight, the most shocking news I could ever report on this magnificent blog of mine reads as follows: (if you watch Gossip Girl and missed tonights episode, don't read this b/c it's a spoiler). Serena said she killed someone(O_O)! OMFG! Serena killed someone! Isn't that horrible! I'll never believe it until next week! She just couldn't have...

I'm still reading Gone with the wind and reviewing a little Art of War as well. Both books are fascinating q(-_-)p

Well, that's all I got for this week. G2G!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

A brand new day!

Today is my day off and I want to make another post but can't think of much to say...
Yesterday was my birthday and my brother reminded me (yet again) of how selfless and kind he can be when he did so much for my b-day party this weekend while I was at work. My mom was really great too (but that's no surprise since she's already the greatest in my eyes!)

In short, I got a new playstation 2-my favorite shade of silver:), Soulcalibur 2, and a mantle piece for my room...which I adore! I also got some money from various relatives. And, best of all, I sold my car! So now I can buy a new one!

I've also fallen in love with Gone With the Wind (the novel and soon the movie), finding every page interesting beyond my wildest dreams. I now feel some overpowering need to be polite to everyone as a way to dignify my southern upbringing.

And I can't go a day and forget about Battlestar Galactica (that show is getting good!). But, Laura Roslin and her people with have to share my 'tv' love with Ugly Betty starting it's new season on thursday! (which I'll have to miss because I have to work) but still, I LOVE that show! Are you thinking 'this boy watches too much tv?' If you are, you're probably right, lol! I know...I need a life...or a relationship at best:p

Bye now! I better git off before I lose my creative ideas and my book suffers because of it. G2G!

Friday, April 11, 2008

Just because...

Look what I received in my e-mail today:

I'm a 'TAURUS - The Enduring One (April 20 - May 20) Charming but aggressive. Can come off as boring, but they are not. Hard workers. Warm-hearted. Strong, has endurance. Solid beings that are stable and secure in their ways. Not looking for shortcuts. Take pride in their beauty . Patient and reliable. Make great friends and give good advice. Loving and kind. Loves hard - passionate. Express themselves emotionally. Prone to ferocious temper-tantrums. Determined. Indulge themselves often. Very generous.'

I know, nothing interesting, but I love astrology! I do see most of my personality in this description so maybe those astrologers are on to something...

P.S: If you need me tonight, at around 10pm, I'll be at work wishing I was at home watching the new episode of Battlestar Galactica. But, luckily, I have an old-fashioned VCR recorder that you can time to record anything at a time you specify. (It's so sad that it's so deep into the millennium, for me to be so young and to just now be learning how to us a VCR properly).

G2G, luv evry1, bye!!

Tuesday, April 8, 2008


I seemed to have broken a record at work this past weekend. All of us cashiers were asked to sell as many March of Dimes 'coins' (or so I shall call them. They are just large, circular, pieces of cut-out,lamenated paper where a donor pays a dollar for one and writes their name on it). Basically, I sold 72 'coins' on Saturday; 50 more on Sunday; and an unestimated amount on Monday so I'll guess and say at least 40. So, in total, I sold 162 'coins.'

There's a rumor around the workplace that the cashier who sells the most might win some gift card to someplace so wish me luck:)

I am also a little past half-way done with reading Roots written by Alex Haley (which is really good and I highly recommend it to those interested in African American slavery at the beginning of America). I just picked up Gone With the Wind and am reading that now as well even though I knew I should have finished reading Roots first! But, if I am anything, I'm a multi-tasker at heart!

P.S: I still can't wait for friday's new episode of Battlestar Galactica.(I don't think Starbuck is a cylon-I just think she's crazy! lol!) But I do think I know who the last cylon is...but I won't speculate because I haven't been watching the show that long...


Friday, April 4, 2008

Long time no text...

I know I've been away from my computer for awhile but a lot as been going on and plus-my home computer's not working:P

Anywayz, I've been working and dealing with other issues and my financial troubles have lessened, best of all!

I am SOOOO glad Holly won Make Me A Supermodel last night! I was cheering for her over the last few weeks since Katy's ellimination and since I began getting a better fell for the contestants-how divided the house was between the boys and girls and how they said such bad things about eachother. Holly was ultimately placed against three men who, one of which, didn't even act his age, another was rude, and another was seeming to prefere getting the judge's vote then to rather maintain his own self respect. But, she won anyway with my assistance (unfortunately, I hadn't been voting the entire show b/c I thought that the phone votes were only for people using altell wireless. I hadn't realised the contrary until the week before the finals and called holly's number hopefully).

I also started watching Battlestar Galactica and love it! If I were on the show, I think I would be a virgon (even though my sign is Taurus:)


Saturday, March 1, 2008

Snow returns to Georgia

It snowed a little bit about two days ago in the morning. So little, in fact, that I had to constently strain my eyes while walking my dog to see if it was really snow falling from the sky or pieces of lent. It didn't last more then five minutes anyway and the 11 o'clock news confirmed the fact that it was indeed snow that fell on Tuesday so I hadn't lost my mind.

Today, I've run across an interesting story about Miley Cyrus before checking my hotmail. The most shocking point of this story is when the writer, Martha Brockenbrough, pointed out Cyrus' dress and over-exagerated make-up at the Oscars. I myself was surprised when I saw the cover of TV Guide this week with her on the cover. I had to take a double look to make sure that it was her and not some actress who had been shrunk to fit the cover. She appeared to be a grown woman, wearing a long, costly red dress and quite a bit of make-up. I don't think someone her age should be dressing this way-it seems as if she is growing up to fast and should take an easy. But, I watched her interview with Barbara Walters and it seems as if she has control over her life with the assistance of her faith and her family.

Well, anyway, here is that article I promised. It's long but worthwhile (you may need to copy and paste the link into your URL):

I myself see Mylie Cyrus as an unstoppable enterprising juggernaut. Her strength and confidence is evident through even the most airbrushed of photos. Even though I have never watched her show, her music can be uplifting at times as well. As of right now she's a good role-model or, at least, much better then those people so many teenagers look up to and idealize today. I hope she has a successful life.

P.S: As far as work is concerned, it's going swimingly and I'm almost done reading Philip Pullman's 'The Subtle Knife' even though, at times, I feel I shouldn't be reading it at all.

Saturday, February 23, 2008

Here is a fairly interesting video

I received this video from a long line of forward emails and I find it very interesting. Try your best not to get as upset as I did when I wathced this reporter repeatedle bash this young man with persistent questioning in an obvious attempt to make the young man look bad. I find it insulting how quickly he approached him in a crowd of Obama supproters, asked him a series of questions, and almost immediatly interupted every one of his responses. I hope that just because of the fact that this man is African American did this reporter find a need to make him look bad on camera. Because I am also a young African Amercain male and I find it difficult to believe that someone might do the same thing to me. But, the unfortunate fool who trys this trick with me will get the same results as this reporter did...

The ending inspired me because they seemed to have become friends:) g2g!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The Other Day...

Yesterday, I locked myself out of my car and had no other way to get home. So I had to try and break into my back window (not by smashing it in but by opening the window a little from the top and fishing a hanger through to unlatch the door opener on the inside). But the problem was-their were no hangers anywhere at my job so I had to make one out of a display hook. When my attempts seemed to be futle and doing no good, the nicest customer came over and helped me get the hook into the car. I drove home last night and it refreshes me to think that their are people out their who help others just for the simple fact that another human being needed help-if only our world leaders thought that way:) LOL!!

I also saw the movie School Daze (produced in 1988)last night for the very first time and I loved it! For some reason, I thought of it as being a black comedy film even though it was a musical. The cinematography resembled that of the movie Heathers for some reason... If you haven't seen the movie-you need to!

Anyways, g2g!!

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Ode to Katy

This week, Katy was voted off of Make Me A Supermodel. She had been placed in the bottom three by the judges for at least for episodes and I voted for her every time to try and keep her from going home. Anyway, this is a poem I have written for Katy, 21, of Auburn, Alabama:

O, Katy, how they changed the color of your hair,
And made you look so fare,
I once thought, 'what other model could compare,'
Until the judges began their 'critical warfare.'

It is so sad!
How could your runway walk have been that bad!
Many wondered 'had the judges gone mad!'

Every thursday I would cast my vote,
Hoping that you wouldn't fall off the boat.

But my attempts were in vain,
America's vote did also remain,
And still, a modeling career I hope you gain.

So now I leave you, Katy, with best wishes,
You will be missed; ignore the judge's disses!

If you are reading this Katy-I did honestly think you were good... On a lighter note, I am almostg done reading Ovid's Metamorphoses and will soon be reading the secong installment in Phillip Pullman's His Dark Materials book series. I hope The Subtle Knife is as good as The Golden Compass. I really need to read this book before it becomes a movie at the end of the year, anyway.


Monday, February 11, 2008

My day of reflections...

Today was my forth day at my new job and I really enjoy being a cashier. I mean...not enough to cancel my college plans to persue casiering... but enough to sustain me until the next phase in my life (whatever that may be).

Unfortunately, Flava Flav seemed to have created yet another season of his show 'Flava of Love.' So America has to watch him embarrass himself, about fifty women, and the entire human race for another couple of months. And we all know how the season will end: he will pick some unlucky lady, she'll realize the mistake she made by coming on the show, she'll break up with him, and he'll redo the entire process again next year. How exciting...

The primary elections seemed to have been held on Super Duper Tuesday (February 5, 2008) and I was none the wiser. I am still rooting for Hillary Clinton and I support her 100%. The fact of the matter is; we need a president who actually cares about the people of this country and women tend to be a lot more selfless then straight men.

I leave you today with the wondrous harmonies of Rosa Ponselle singing Habanera from Bizet's 'Carmen Suite.'

P.S: I have added Nancy Senatre to my playlist-enjoy!

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

I Found It!

Here is the entire cover-

-with some more of my favorite actresses including Raven Symone and Alexis Bladeel. Oh, what I would do to work for this magazine *sigh*

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Second post of the day!

Here's a photo of some of my favorite actreeses on the June 2003 cover of Vanity Fair. This isn't the entire cover, however, and I was not subscribed to Vanity Fair at that time so I don't have that issue. Amanda Bynes is my favorite shown here. Alexis Bladeel and Raven Symone are on the other half of the cover not pictured here.

I'm In Transition

I'm in transition right now because I've had so much bad luck over the past couple of months and now things are beginning to look up-finally! I now have a job and more car will be working again shortly. I will also be able to take care of my bills on time in a few weeks; my finances will be in order. I am so happy today!

I've been paying some attention to the presidental campaign trail and have noticed that Barak Obama is being constently endorsed by celebreties like Oprah Winfrey and Pete Wentz from Panic of the Disco. I'm glad that celebreties are particpating in the American process; ther involvement, however, is turning Barak Obama into a celebrety. This is not good. The President is the leader of our country. He or she is to represent America; he or she should concentrate on our needs and not resemble a celebrity in any way. Celebrities aren't leaders; they concern themselves with only themselves (their next movie or album, their endorsments, businesses, their appearence-basically making money) and that's fine for them. But a president should concern themselves with the interests of the people and making America a better country.

Also, nowadays, many people seem to be more concerned with celebrities and their day-to-day activies (no matter how frivolous and unneccessary). Many people are no longer expressing their opinions but following the actions of celebrities. So, I'm afraid that people may only vote for those canadites their favorite celebrities are endorsing at the present time. Gone are the days when people follow the issues and make their own decisions. This isn't good, either.

Conclusion: Politics and Celebrity should remain seperate.
(I hope this doesn't insult any celebrities who pass by this blog-I really don't want to insult anyone. I just felt it needed to be said).

P.S: I apologize for that video I posted a few comments ago. The one that, at one time was of Willy Denzy performing 'Bet On It,' is now a black box with a caution sign in it's center. Sorry...I had no idea that would happen...


Monday, February 4, 2008

Color Me Surprised!

I watched Super Bowl 42 last night and was, like many, schocked when the Giants made that touchdown at the end of the forth quarter and defeated the Patriots. I don't watch to much football but even I knew I was watching something special:) I was only cheering for the New England Patriots because I subscribe to GQ and see Tom Brady on a couple of it's covers. They also had that perfect winning streak throughout the season and it would have been cool to see a team win the superbowl undefeated. Even still, everyone works hard at their jobs and every football player on the feild that night were certainly no exception. Eveyone on either team worked really hard; they seemed to have been evenly matched. And so I say: congratualtions to the New York Giants for your win-may their be many more!

I also began typing up my story and the first few pages look really good. Keep your fingures crossed for a novel in the future!

I also was employed by Publix Supermarket and had orientation this past weekend. I am really excited to begin work there as a cashier.


Tuesday, January 29, 2008

A New Day!

I had an interview yesterday and I fell very confident in the fact that it went well! Keep your fingers crossed!

Regarding Bush's State of the Union Address that was on air last night, I didn't watch the entire broadcast. I did, however, hear what he plans to do with taxes in this country. He plans to lower taxes. But what really surprised me was the fact that he does know what is going wrong with the economy (the raised price of food and gas, job shortages, etc). Did he just find out this information? We've been having these problems for a long time now and why did he wait until the end of his presidency to correct these problems? Well, maybe he explained why later on in his speech and I just didn't hear it. What was really weird, however, is that, when he spoke of taxes, only the rights side of the room stood, clapped, and cheered. Hang on while I find out which political party sits on the right of the House of Representatives...OH! They are the Democrats! Okay...that makes since! I was confused at first, thinking that only the Republicans agreed with Bush but now I know they weren't because they remained seated on the left side while Bush spoke of his plans for lowered taxes.

P.S: I hope you like my MP3 player! Isn't it the best:)

Thursday, January 24, 2008

It is soooo cold outside!

Today is an average day of searching for a job. I've decided to take web design classes so that I can have experience in a field that is rapidly growing so as to make it easier to find a job. But while on the web I found this awesome vid of two Nichole Scerzinger songs sung one after the other. The first is 'Physical' which was played in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer during the club scene at some one's birthday party. The second is a song I don't know the name of but love anyways:)


Monday, January 21, 2008

My final High School Musical: Around the World clip!

This is the last clip of music videos I consider to be the best shown last weekend on the Disney channel. This music video is of Nami Tamaki (looking super adorable) singing the Japanese version of 'You Are The Music In Me!'

P.S: the snow that fell last week is just now starting to milt^o^ g2g!

Saturday, January 19, 2008


For those of you who live outside of the United States, Georgia is located in the southern part of this nation and usually has a temperate climate. Basically, snow only comes once every thousand years-but, today, it is snowing for the second time this week!! It is awesome! My dog is still afraid of going outside however; with him being terrified of that strange white substance stuck to the ground:P (He's so weird!)

I have another HSM2 video from another country (am I addicted to these thing our what!) This video is from a french singer named Willy Denzy singing 'Bet On It.' Enjoy!


Friday, January 18, 2008

High School Musical 2 International versions (2nd post of the day!)

This video is 'Aaja Nachle,' the Indian version of 'All for One' from High School Musical 2 (This video is sooooooo cool!)

Nami Tamaki, a Japanese singer, also redid a High School Musical song called 'You Are the Music in Me.' Unfortunately, I have no clip (so far...)

TT4N (again)


Has anyone else realised that Thursday nights are the funniest nights on television? I always mean to watch just Ugly Betty but I end up watching Smallville, The Office, and Ugly Betty kind of at the same time! And then Project Runway and a new show, Make Me A Supermodel comes on afterwards. Whenever watching MMAS comes on, I always have to vote for Katy because she always, unfortunately ends up in the bottom three. I like her and will vote for her until she gets from the bottom of the model heap. She's really good, I hope America votes for her so that she survives next Thursday...

P.S: Here's the french-Canadian version of High School Musical 2's 'Gotta Go My Own Way.' I love this song in french ten times more than I love it in English!!


Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Just because...

This is a list of the top 10 most popular dogs of America in 2007 according to the AKC:

1. Labrador Retriever (Don't get it...)
2. Yorkshire Terrier (these are cute...)
3. German Shepherd Dog
4. Golden Retriever
5. Beagle
6. Boxer
7. Dachshund
8. Poodle (okay looking...)
9. Shih Tzu
10. Bulldog (I got used to UGA...)

By favorite dog, the pomeranian, is not here unfortunatly. I hope more people buy one so it can get the number one spot someday (hopefully before 2087)! TT4N!
P.S: Still looking for a job but staying positive!

Friday, January 11, 2008

Reality Television

Have you ever read the book Fahrenheit 451? Remember how the governemt took away people's ability to think for themselves so the only things anyone talked about what was what they watched in their parlor room in the wall. The main character's wife was, basically, sitting in front of the television all day watching what was going on with 'the family;' a family that seemed to act in realtime as if on a reality t.v. program. i hope that this world doesn't become so oppsessed with such pointless shows such as Flava of Love and Rock of Love (don't even get me started on I Love New York...) that they forget about the real world. I hope people stop worring about what rediculous thing Flava broke up with some girl for and start talking about things that matter like the future of America, love,or anything besides New York mooning her audience and then call herself a lady. Anywayz, g2g!!

Thursday, January 10, 2008

New web site spotting!

Facebook is a great website and I found the BEST application ever! Meet PersonalDNA! And you don't even have to be on facebook to get your DNA report! Apparently, I'm an architect!

My personalDNA Report

On another note, I really need to see The Golden Compass! It's been FARRRR too long and I read the book so I know it's a good movie-Plus the commercial wasn't half bad either! lol!

My 21st birthday party is coming up and I have no idea what I'm going to do...O well...TT4N!!

P.S: What's with the word podunk? Is that even a word? Amanda from A Shot at Love With Tila Tacilla (I totally regret watching that show...) said like 50 times during her confessionals! I thought nothing of it about 5 years ago when the show aired but then this guy from TMZ on TV(one of the reporters, I guess, if you can call the people that work for TMZ reporters...said podunk too. the way they both used it made it sound as if the word meant gross, so, I guess it's not THAT bad. Maybe I'll use it...

Thursday, January 3, 2008

I've been going through a lot lately but nothing many are not already experiencing (I have no money!) I say that freely because it's just a situation I am in right now, a situation I will get out of eventually, so I will not get depressed and remain optimistic. I have realised that my best quality is my writing-now all I need to do is find a way to make the world a better place through my literature...hum...I'll keep thinking about that. But in the meantime, I have had two jobs and am still working on one. One of the jobs was as a sales associate in a clothing store in the mall. I love clothes and fashion (nothing feels better than a cashmere v-neck sweater and a tailored pant on a crisp autumn day) but just the idea of asking people to buy the most that they possibly could while at that store was too much for me to handle! I think it rude to force people into buy things. Whenever I went shopping, I knew how much money I had to spend and I've paid attention to fashion and knew exactly what I was going to try on and probably purchase so, frankly, I neither needed nor wanted someone to help me look for clothes! I felt something of a nuisance. Besides, I think I'm the type of person who needs to be told where I need to be and left alone for the rest of the year-I don't need much assistance from managers! At this job, I had no definite location and basically walking around the store for five hours(no lunch)! Oh, and by the way, selling is BorING!

The other job was as a driver helper at a packaging company. Very straight forward-get on the truck, grab a package, and drop it off at the doorstep-a job I know I can do and enjoy (it keeps me in shape!)

As far as music goes, I am addicted to 'Tattoo' by Jordan Sparks! The song is in constent replay in my car. And it takes my mind off the fact that my vehicle is a peice of junk! Ashley Tisdale in 'Not Like That' is awesome as well. I'm also reading now to inhance my grasp of the english language so I'm reading Roots by Alex Halley-it's a very good book! Gone with the wind is next! TT4N! P.S: Cars are gross!