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Diva & Co.

Wednesday, November 26, 2003

Dont Click at work

From Newsaskew

Quick Morning Thoughts:

You know, I was going to write some big cryptic response to comments I heard about something, but I've realized its not worth it. Thats petty and juvenile. Personally, I am above that. When someone is a different person every day of the week, or when its convenient to be something different it makes it hard to maintain a friendship. I've learned that the hardway through a couple different friends. I dont turn my back on them entirely, but there comes a point where I need to tell myself: enough of the bullshit, its never gonna right itsself no matter how many eggshells you walk on or how involved or indifferent you act towards it.

I am finally happy in life: I have great friends, I have an amazing boyfriend (who oddly enough is a friend, not just some random fly-by-night person who came out of nowhere), my family surrounds me and I have a job, which while I don't always love it, pays the bills. I'm in the midst of starting my own business and the last week has seen gigantic leaps and bounds on that front, so that it WILL be a reality by January. Thats not a wish, its a fact.

I also heard some awesome news about one of my favorite Ohesians (Congrats, hun!)

Finally I'd like to share one piece of advice I've learned from my Nana, and I've discovered as of late its true. Now I can't word it as eloquent or sagely as she did, but I can give you the gist of it: If you're going to be miserable and spend all your time complaining, bitching and just being miserable to people, you're going to find yourself surrounded by nothing but misery and poop. If you take all that negative energy you're spreading and try to make it positive you'll realize that eventually all around you will start to become positive. Take charge of your own life, don't bitch that you're victim to circumstance and you'll be able to "become who you were born to be"(my Nana didn't say that, but it fit with my schpeil).

Happy, Healthy, Safe & Lovely Thanksgiving to all of you guys and your families and friends. May you be blessed with full bellies, warm beds to nap in afterwards and a delicious array of pies and deserts. Take care, smooshies!

Monday, November 24, 2003


Dear Expedia,

Fuck you for overcharging me by $1,108.59 and only refunding me $660.59. If you do your math properly, you'll realize you still owe me $448 fucking dollars, and because you took that extra money out you've caused me to already bounce 2 things that wouldn't have bounced if you didn't fuck up. I sincerely hate you from the deepest depths of my blackened, disillusioned soul and I expect that you better cover me the $60 in overdraft fees that you made my bank charge me or else you're gonna have a war on your hands. I was really looking forward to my big Vegas trip, but now I don't want to have anything to do with you. Please go rot. Rar.


Sunday, November 23, 2003


Well it looks like someone followed the How Not To Be A Friend manual explicitly and got their revenge. All I have to say is: good for you, I hope you feel cool and vindicated now.

Friday, November 21, 2003

Primate Evolution

First monkeys shamed.
Then monkeys cried.
Now, monkeys can replace your IT Staff for reasonable rates. (Why do I feel my municipalities IT staff's goin' bye bye and we're gonna buy stock in bananas?)

Creepy McNasty!

I'm sorry, but the only thing scarier than this

Is this.

Thursday, November 20, 2003

Better Than Sex Something Really Good...

I'm such a big nerd, that this is my new reason for living. Click and behold the greatness:
Click Me!

Wednesday, November 19, 2003

It was only Introduced on the 14th and then yeasterday the 18th the hosue passed it

This is CRAZY The last time President Bush forced something unknown down our throats like this, we got the

Its a 1000 page bill with only 4 days for peopel to go over whats in it thats Fucked up
so aparntly the only thing to do is Call sentators or somthing and poke them but they shoudl be dooign that anyways its crazy crazyness

but you probly don't care so look at the TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA KITTYS

Tuesday, November 18, 2003

Don't Tax The Internet!

Go Sign This Petition and Keep the Internet Tax Free!

Where Have All the Bloggers Gone?

Some of the really good bloggers are droppin' like flies:

What gives? Has blogging jumped the shark? (Has saying "jumped the shark" jumped the shark?)

Why the hell has this taken so long stupid people out there

Monday, November 17, 2003

Bored at Work?

The BBC will save you

Free Milk
(courtesy of an interoffice email)

For all those men who believe that there's no reason
to buy the cow when you can get the milk for free:
Nowaday's 80% of women are against marriage, as they
have wised up to the fact that for 7ounces of sausage it's not
worth buying the entire pig.

Sunday, November 16, 2003

A Few Quick Thoughts:

1. <3 Cacoa. She rocks my lil gwennish socks off. Go love her!
2. We are so cute its disgusting.
3. Why are weekends only 2 days long, thats poopies.
4. There are only 39 days left until Christmas.
5. We're having lemon meringue pie for Thanksgiving dinner. Thats my favoritest.
6. For once my family really likes my boyfriend.
7. I keep having Boz dreams, they're skeery.
8. Chinchillas are REALLY cute.
9. The OC looks like its gonna be pretty bad ass this week.
10. Peter Gallagher is really hot for a guy with out of control eyebrows.

Hello Pot? This is the Kettle Calling

Before you criticize or call someone out on something, its a good idea to make sure that you're not also guilty of frequently doing it yourself. It helps ensure that your point isn't a void one. Just a thought.

Here endeth the lesson.

Hotdog in the Bun

For Senior Tazz

Friday, November 14, 2003

Simple Type in some Words and Let Them Sing it

Thursday, November 13, 2003

oh wow wow o wow
I just finished watching Batoru rowaiaru or in english Battle Royale i Stumbled upon some blog where someone mentioned it and that it wa ssick so then im like hmm i donwload so whata ya know

so basicly the plot is 42 junior highschool students are taken to a empty island and have to fight to the death till theres only 1 in 3 days or the necklaces aroudn there necks will kill them

Its Japaneses So Subtittled im sure you coudl find the Japenases virson wihtout it but do you know japeneses to watch it without subtitles i thought not any who leanr mroe at this site BATTLE ROYALE ONLINE or Googled it your self and if you already heard about it or seen it dont be all like thats so summer or somthing like that cause you can eat me

If this was made in America it would suck and be crappy crap crap not only would the violnce be weaker it just woudl be dumb but just somehtign about it all being in japenases and what not makes it seam great and it is great i think some of the translation might be wrong casue theres a few parts i saw and the subtitles were hillarious but also if some how an america comapny remakes it goddamm them cause it i'll suck like the Ring
Japan Rules

Wednesday, November 12, 2003

Ranting & Rallying the Troops

As for the rally:
We need to start planning something for New Years Eve, stat! I know that last year Anna, Tazz and I went to Brother Jimmy's Bait Shack for their NYE shindig. It was prepaid admission of like $60 but it was all you could eat and drink (including the fishbowls of swampwater!), free party favors, groovable music, yummy bbq, a free champagne toast at midnite. It was a blast, well worth the money. Its strictly 21+ though, so this might be a problem to rally the whole group together, but worth it if you guys can scrounge up a fake in time. We could also get a hotel room and all that fun stuff (I'm thinking something reminiscent of the February HardRock Shindig). You all know how to get in touch with me by now so let me know what some suggestions are, it will surely be a blast!!!

For the rantings:
1. This is America, speak English or get out, goddamnit!
2. You're not helpless, stop trying to get everything for free, jerk.
3. Ashley, stop this car crap right now. Im sick of it. Why is Chrysler calling me and asking me for my lawyers name and phone number when a) I dont have a lawyer and b) I'm not suing anyone?!? You told me to write and sign an affidavit that you had to pick up on Sunday or else you would die. I wrote it. Where were you Sunday? You never even called to double check. Why am I busting my butt to settle this? You told me you were going to settle this mess. Forget your abusive boyfriend, now you're gonna have to answer to me. Let me make something clear: I intend to bring the pain.
4. I hate everyone except for The Don, Doogie and Jeff C (no relation to Sabrina_C) cause they're the only ones who respect my authoritah as "she who is the provebial llamas pajamas.
5. For the love of all things good and holy: hire me, please!

November 15th at the Hamilton Street Cafe
(Luca Brasi record release show)

Silent Film Score
Luca Brasi
Denver in Dallas
Quiet Life
Pallas Athena
and Outsmarting Simon

Remeber handjobs for all who come

Monday, November 10, 2003

For those who don't know remeber the Volkswagen comercial and there was a song and it went liek "Light and day somehting soemthing reach for the sun " and it was happy and cheery
well it was by this band

Now my theory is there a Cult the other week they were on the Conan Obrien show and IT changed my world
If in fact they are a cult i want in They Jump they sing they Smile what more do you need

so this is my informal anoucment that i either will join this cult or form my own

and if that fails can anyone lend me $250,000 dollars so i can the Scientologists?

Thursday, November 06, 2003

Matrix Revolutions

I saw the Matrix Revolutions last nite like everyone else probably did and I have to say: I'm disappointed. Now I know ther are gonna be people out there who are like "You just don't like it, 'cause you don't get it" to you I say: "FUCK YOU!". I got it, I got the Plato, I got the biblical references, I get it. I understand and have the ability to follow a plot, I can read into things and analyze them not on the "obvious" level. That being said: aren't I allowed to feel disappointed that the movie didn't work out the way I wanted it?

I will say this: too preachy, too allegorical, too over the top with effects that could have been money spent elsewhere to make a better plotline. Either its a KungFu, Shoot 'em up movie or its a preach fest: make up my mind. I would like to go on record as saying if Sunday morning services were as action packed as Revoltions that would probably get attendance WAY up.

Its not just Revolutions that was so disappointing, it was also reloaded. I think that the Wachowski's tried to hard to mass market and make a blockbuster that they lost sight of where they were going with the movie when it first came out. They spoonfed you the obvious underlying ideas of Neo being "the one" etc. how stupid do they think we are. I dunno, after rushing to see it last nite I feel I honestly could have waited. Plus the theatre full of perps who were talking the whole time during an exchange between Neo and Trinity really kind of ruined the experience. I KNOW that ROTK will not dissappoint, so I'll go out like a super fan girl to check that out and the bang for my holiday blockbuster buck will have been met.

One last thought: dunno if we all got the same previews but I really want to see a) The Day After Tomorrow and b) Troy. Troy looks fuckin' awesome. As for the preview for Torque: I liked it better when it was called "Fast and the Furious".

Wednesday, November 05, 2003

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Hopefully people will search this then find our blog and well get mad hits

I Can't Belive its November 5th again it feels like it was only yesterday or maybe thats cause of the fire in the laundry room either or

I think if anyone needs or celebrate wiht a big bonfire its defintly califonia they need to make fire fun again

So i plan ot use some old fire works in some dry leaves if the rain stops so i can have a nice bonfire going to celebrate Guy Fawkes day

thts all

Tuesday, November 04, 2003

I want to let you know about The new film, Martin & Orloff, which opens this Friday November 7th at the Landmark Sunshine Cinemas in New York City (143 E. Houston at 2nd Ave.).

The movie is a dark, twisted comedy about a depressed marketing executive and his crazy psychiatrist. It stars Matt Walsh and Ian Roberts (founding members of the improv group The Upright Citizens Brigade) and features Amy Poehler, David Cross, Jon Benjamin, Rachel Dratch, Tina Fey, Janeane Garofalo, Andy Richter, Les Mau, Katie Roberts, (Big) Sal Valente, Teddy Coluca and an ensemble of other fantastic comedians, improvisors and character actors.

This has no major distributor and they need your help getting the word out so suck it

I Need A Vacation

I really need a freakin'' vacation. Ideally I'd like to go back to the Caribbean on a cruise, that was a blast and the water and scenery and weather was just amazing. Its not that I haven't been having fun, but I just need to get out of the area for a while. I'm feeling really weird. Montreal was a nice and well needed break, I just wish it had been a little longer.

The Bride and groom from the wedding we attended this weekend are going to Turks & Caicos for their honeymoon. I wish I could stow away in their suitcases. I'm also thinking that since my last 2 birthdays (21st & 22nd) were so C R A P P Y that I'd go on vacation for my 23rd birthday just so I don't have to be disappointed by other people's crap.

Does anyone have any good suggestions for places that are tropical and warm and not exorbitantly priced for a vacation? Also, please bear in mind that I absolutely HATE flying and I live on the eastern coast of the U.S. so I'm near major transportation hubs (like the 79th street Boat Basin in Manhattan).

Sunday, November 02, 2003

Hot & Musical

Go check out Gavin deGraw, he rocks your lame ass.