Archive for January, 2008

Looks boring

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

Sarah Pilot

Good to see Sarah is taking advantage of the fighter pilot lessons we bought for her in Italy.

Competition

Tuesday, January 29th, 2008

No Thanks

Monday, January 28th, 2008

Conjugal Harmony

Friday, January 25th, 2008

Inmate Lady 15

“I beat up this bitch cop with my bare knuckles and she died so I’m done for life. Lets chat!” Chesty Heavens, 34, California

Conjugal Harmony, the oldest and most trusted name in conjugal dating since 1999.

Rational FAQs include:

What’s so great about getting married to someone in prison?

What if I get sick of my prison bride?

What about diseases?

 

That’s so different.

 

Atonement

Thursday, January 24th, 2008

Concave Keira

Peter and I saw Atonement tonight. It was all very heavy… except for Keira Knightly, who is concave. Then we ate some tacos.

GChat Faux Pas

Wednesday, January 23rd, 2008

Wine Tasting

11:52 AM me: so do you want to come with me on Friday to Adam Markovitz’s wine tasting?

11:54 AM Sarah: what time my dear?

11:55 AM me: AH! I meant to gchat that to Sean. I’m so embarrassed.

Sarah: and i thought you were my friend alex zarrilli!!!!!!!!!!!!

Sarah: and thought she was talking about her exboyfriend adam markovitz!!!!!!!!!!

me: hahahahahha!

Sarah: hahahahahhahaha!!

phew.

In Other News

Saturday, January 19th, 2008

In anticipation slash celebration of my impending unemployment, I made a number of high priced purchases. No big deal I’m made of money.

Yellow Shoes

I just want to fit in.

Wella LOOKAME!

Friday, January 18th, 2008

Apparently it’s my parents’ fault that I am entitled to feel miserable and popular.

Jean Twenge … has found that narcissism is much more prevalent among people born in the 1980s than in earlier generations. Ms. Twenge’s book title summarizes the research: “Generation Me: Why Today’s Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled — and More Miserable Than Ever Before” (2006, Free Press).

Ms. Twenge attributed her findings in part to a change in core cultural beliefs that arose when baby-boom parents and educators fixated on instilling self-esteem in children beginning in the ’70s.

She points to cultural sayings as well — “believe in yourself and anything is possible” and “do what’s right for you.” “All of them are narcissistic,” she said.

- Generation Me vs. You Revisited, New York Times

Business Time

Friday, January 18th, 2008

Vintage QLC

Wednesday, January 16th, 2008

“Does anyone else think it’s weird that our lifestyles have somehow regressed…like we were these big college students and now we are thrown back into the universe with little or no direction…all alone without each other. What happened to my popularity, status, spunk? I’m clearly being dramatic, but, after all, I am breaking up with my 18 year old boyfriend tonight. I have never felt so close yet so far away from someone…deep love yet deep chasm between our lifestyles. While he is driving around in some SUV blasting Rage Against the Machine, I daydream about our china pattern.”

Elizabeth Dyke, September 2005