Monthly Archives: January 2009

Sometimes people want…

…second chances. Once you’ve been impeached from a government position, are you allowed to run for office again? Like, for example, say you were the governor and then you were impeached for being a total DB, are you banned from … Continue reading

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Sometimes I feel like a newsie…

…so I put on my cap, sing and dance and almost go on strike? No. I don’t. Sing? Yes. Dance? Absolutely. But I’m not the type to strike. But most of France is on strike right now. It’s been a … Continue reading

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Sometimes my Backstreet Boys…

…grow up so fast! Nick Carter turned 29 today on January 29th. Aw, how cute. Honestly, I can’t believe he’s only 29. Perhaps in another life, I would have had a chance with him after all. He was only seven … Continue reading

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Sometimes American Idol visits…

…Saaaaalt Laaaaake Citttyyyyy: my home away from home away from home.  That makes sense, I promise. I just finished watching this week’s episode of AI and I’m still taking it all in.  Let’s chat for a minute about this episode … Continue reading

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Sometimes ugly…

…goes too far.   Tonight I’m bringing you entertainment news.  Stop pretending you don’t care and read. Ugly Betty is going on hiatus.  Why?   Braces, unibrow, out of control frizz, horrible sweaters, nagging personality.  It all adds up to one … Continue reading

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So so so so sometimes…

…you have to fight off winter depression by NOT eating an entire bag of Sun Chips in two days and then running seven miles the next day in order to feel less guilty.  That is NOT how you win over … Continue reading

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Sometimes New York winters…

…mess with your head. The temperature was a smokin’ 44 degrees tonight. It felt warm. No kidding. I walked around in a light jacket. And yes, I got a little sweaty. New York City has that kind of influence. It … Continue reading

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