* Thanks bro!!
* Thanks bro!!
This weekend was super fun thanks in large part to a little project I made and that I'm pretty chuffed about!!!
What's your favorite vegetable??!! I can't hear you!! And who you gonna vote for??? That's right, BARACKOLI!
Spread the good word, people!
See it here:
Never mess with the Japanese and food!!
“Japanese food was created here, and only Japanese know it,” Mr. Kadowaki said in an interview. “How can a bunch of foreigners show up and tell us what is good or bad?”
This is for my Japanese and Japanese wanna-be readers who will get how incredible/funny/revolutionary this is! Love when the hosts ask him how he got into it and he credits his Japanese grandmother from Yokohama (1/4 Asian! What my kids will be too!) and he's asked if he thought of pursuing hip-hop and he answers in a super Japanese way, "never."
* Thanks to my bro for the link!
I love it when my friends know me well!
And apparently my body got used to it because I still feel as if I'm rocking back and forth...pretty cool sensation.
Arising before 5 am really shouldn't be undervalued. You feel one step closer to death which then makes you want to live more! I imagine the feeling is similar to that experienced while fasting. So as I head to the airport and then on to a top-secret location that's my prescription for you folks!
Frankfurters know how to build their houses! Cute overload!
Cathedral in Cologne...pungent!
Go ahead. Be American:
Parisian prostitute. JK! JK!
When in Paris, do as the Parisians do...
Kafka roamed here:
Presenting Hannah, Tex and Theo in order of oldness to youngness:
Unfortunately I missed Morris Day and The Time's performance!
Kanye's Mama song was heartfelt and touching.
Kanye is the posterchild for Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Kanye's " it would be in good taste to stop playing the music now" was righteous and commendable.
Kanye's message to Common that he should know not to drop an album the same year as Kanye because it will surely be eclipsed was...well, see aforementioned diagnosis.
Beyonce's first outfit made her look like a rigatoni. Her second one was better.
Beyonce is an A+++++ performer.
Jay-Z and Rihanna still have something going on between them!
Jay-Z was hilarious.
Jay-Z has me smitten.
Alicia Keys moves me everytime. Love that girl.
Amy Winehouse is frighteningly fragile and young and nowhere near recovery.
The Grammys were fun this year!!
BFFs when we lived next door to each other from 10-12 years old and here we are now. Oh deer!
* Thanks for the pic Kei!
Update: Thanks to a reader, here is the video! You can even just put it on and go back to reading US magazine or surfing Perez...I think you might just be moved!
After sweeping the caucuses today, Obama gave his best speech to date. He was on fire!! Try to find the whole speech he gave in Virginia which touched on a lot of issues without sacrificing hope and poignant bits of humor. I will search for it too!
Imagine if your loved one was a soldier fighting in Iraq, and reading this article.
A North Dakota manufacturer has agreed to pay $2 million to settle a suit saying it had repeatedly shortchanged the armor in up to 2.2 million helmets for the military, including those for the first troops sent to Iraq and Afghanistan.
Twelve days before the settlement with the Justice Department was announced, the company, Sioux Manufacturing of Fort Totten, was given a new contract of up to $74 million to make more armor for helmets to replace the old ones, which were made from the late 1980s to last year. continue reading...
Maureen Dowd's Op-Ed yesterday about the Clinton machine versus Obama was harsh but perhaps painfully true.
As she talked Sunday to George Stephanopoulos, a former director of the formidable Clinton war room, Hillary’s case boiled down to the fact that she can be Trouble, as they say about hard-boiled dames in film noir, when Republicans make trouble.
“I have been through these Republican attacks over and over and over again, and I believe that I’ve demonstrated that much to the dismay of the Republicans, I not only can survive, but thrive,” she said.
And on Tuesday night she told supporters, “Let me be clear: I won’t let anyone Swift-boat this country’s future.”
Better the devil you know than the diffident debutante you don’t. Better to go with the Clintons, with all their dysfunction and chaos — the same kind that fueled the Republican hate machine — than to risk the chance that Obama would be mauled like a chew toy in the general election. Better to blow off all the inspiration and the young voters, the independents and the Republicans that Obama is attracting than to take a chance on something as ephemeral as hope. Now that’s Cheney-level paranoia.
Bill is propelled by Cheneyesque paranoia, as well. His visceral reaction to Obama — from the “fairy tale” line to the inappropriate Jesse Jackson comparison — is rooted less in his need to see his wife elected than in his need to see Obama lose, so that Bill’s legacy is protected. If Obama wins, he’ll be seen as the closest thing to J. F. K. since J. F. K. And J. F. K. is Bill’s hero.
We had a wonderful night in LA with the Sekoff family. We watched Zach perform at the Roxy as part of the original School of Rock then we were treated to some of the freshest, most delicious sushi I have ever eaten at the serenely minimal restaurant Nishimura. I highly recommend this place and hanging out with my new BFFs the Sekoffs!
Guaranteed that if you vote for Obama you too will fly out of the polling place high on inspiration!
"Please respect our need to grieve privately," Williams said in a statement. "My heart is broken. I am the mother of the most tender-hearted, high-spirited, beautiful little girl who is the spitting image of her father. All that I can cling to is his presence inside her that reveals itself every day."
"His family and I watch Matilda as she whispers to trees, hugs animals, and takes steps two at a time, and we know that he is with us still," Williams said. "She will be brought up in the best memories of him."
* via here.
* via KO.
** Who knew Matt Damon was so funny and fantastic!
* via Natalie/
And I only read the first few paragraphs.