Dec 19th 2009 5:03PM Almost everyone I have dated in my life has been people I've worked with. Why? I don't go to bars. I don't go to church. I don't have a huge social network outside of work, so work is really the only place I socialize. I have never flirted or dated a boss, but I have dated as many as 6-7 co-workers over the years. Fortunately I've never had any of them end badly. As long as you don't do anything overtly inappropriate during work hours, I don't see what the problem is. The world isn't always like the movie "Fatal Attraction" you know.
Dec 8th 2009 1:25PM I'm battling lung cancer. I never even smoked. Cancer picks anyone it wants. Rich, poor, liberal, conservative. Nice people, mean people. You just wait. It could be your turn next, idiot.
Nov 25th 2009 2:20AM Let's face it, DWTS is all about people's fan base, otherwise Kelly Osbourne would have been kicked to the curb around week 6. Yes, I too was enchanted with her confidence being built (since it obviously didn't happen at home), but lets face it. She fell during her finally week. And the Donny Osmond win. Fans voted him in. It wasn't based on consistant dancing ability. You want consistancy, look at Mya. But like millions of people I didn't know who Mya was and that was her problem. But I grew to admire her intense dedication and terrific dancing. So I concur....Mya was robbed.
Nov 23rd 2009 4:40PM It reminded me of "Springtime for Hitler in Germany" in "The Producers". It was so over the top, meant to offend, that it was actually funny. Was he making fun of his sexuality? It seemed like it. I'm in theatre and it sorta seemed like "Rocky Horror Show" meets "Sweeney Todd" meets "Elvis". I personally didn't think he quite pulled it off.
Oct 31st 2009 8:10PM No Zach Braff? Forget it! That's like "I Love Lucy" without Lucille Ball. Ridiculous.
Oct 5th 2009 2:02AM I've never been a fan of Jay Leno. He's too generic and sophmoric. I had always liked Thursday night line up "My Name is Earl", the experimental shows they tried in the next slot, then "The Office" and then "Thirty Rock". It was the only night I actually sat down at watched TV.
Here's an idea....hee hee...why don't these idiotic networks actually hire...oh you'll like this idea....WRITERS....to write TV show....instead of all these lame reality shows ABOUT low IQ junkie retards obnoxious housewives/former rock stars/grade z celebrities/dorks with lots of kids who eventually don't know reality from non-reality and really think they're celebrities. I've yet to see a reality show about smart people. I bet its because they're too smart to sign up for one.
Sep 1st 2009 9:43PM I pretty much knew I'd be John Lennon since I totally identify with him. I even have his IMAGINE mosaic on my blog. I love him.
Aug 31st 2009 1:30AM You don't just to be worried about tanning beds for melanoma. I just had cancer removed from my chin in something that looked like a little redding mole. It started growing and looking reddish. It then got a little lumpy. I'm Irish. I have moles all over my back and shoulders. I let it go for 2 years, but I finally saw a dermatologist and it was third stage melanoma. People...don't let ANYTHING go. See a doctor right away. Now I have to get x-rays and testing every 2-3 months for cancer. I have a huge scar on my chin and down my neck. It ain't pretty and I constantly worry about the cancer coming back. And I never even "tanned" on purpose.
Aug 29th 2009 9:04PM I'm an artist who draws models and I so prefer people who are "normal" size or a little heavier. They are so much more interesting to draw. Skinny models are really boring. I wonder why guys are so excited by women who are skeletal with no curves and tiny breasts. And yes, I'm a size 12 and have absolutely no desire to lose weight. I walk 10-12 miles a week, am healthy and love the way I look.
Aug 25th 2009 11:09PM I'm reading a book called "Postmodern Heretics" right now and I totally believe all this stuff. That book is about art and religion like guys nailing themselves to volkswagon a'la the crucifixion. I'm an artist too, but the most dangerous thing I do is sneeze when I get too close to my pastels.