Month: January 2010

30 Jan 2010


“Oh I love dressing up, I really do, but I dress up for me and never you.”

29 Jan 2010

Don’t Push Your Luck MTV

We all remember how great The Breakfast Club was. The movie is still circulating practically every week on television, but when something is this good, shouldn’t we preserve it? MTV must have thought that they were doing so well with new reality shows, The Buried Life and Life As Liz, that they would continue on this train…

They recently ordered a new series called, “If You Knew Me.” Oh don’t we know what this is already about… probably featuring one special person from every clique in high school and “breaking those stereotypes.” Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for that. I think people are so quick to make assumptions about others, but this idea is also recycled way too much. It’s safe to say that nearly everyone in the world does or believes in one thing off to the side that varies from their typical norm.

Oh… just read the description.

“The show will take five high school students through a so-called “Challenge Day,” a program aimed at breaking down the barriers dividing different social cliques.

The network has asked for 12 episodes.”


29 Jan 2010

Song of the Day

Angel Taylor – Like You Do

Let’s just celebrate Valentine’s Day now prease. This is what happens when you listen to Angel Taylor after watching an episode of Tough Love.

29 Jan 2010

Coachella: All or Nothing

The Coachella festival planners have officially decided to scrap all single-day tickets. This year attendees will only be allowed to purchase a three-day ticket pass for $269. Hello, do they not know that people can’t afford to attend a music festival all three days? Time is money, and money is not something we all have. Sometimes it is convenient for us to just choose one day that has all that we are looking for.

In light of the forceful three day pass – they have decided to cut the camping fees from $57 to $55. Oh damn a whole two dollars!

So what is the reason behind all of this? Festival architect Paul Tollet says, “The single- and two-day people are clogging up the hotels and making it so people who want to go for three days can’t find a hotel.”

Clearly this isn’t a good enough reason for everyone else. Fans of the festival are fuming and won’t let this sit quietly, but will all their noise make a difference in the end? Who knows?


28 Jan 2010

Goodbye J.D. Sallinger

“What really knocks me out is a book, when you’re all done reading it, you wished the author that wrote it was a terrific friend of yours and you could call him up on the phone whenever you felt like it.” – Catcher in the Rye


Another day, another author gone. Catcher in the Rye is one of my favorite books! I remember reading this book for english in high school and loving Holden’s witty and sarcastic remarks. In fact, many of the lines in the book sound like were written for A Softer World – my favorite photography comic website. Today, the famous author passed away. J.D. Sallinger, thank you for all of your work. You will be missed.


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