Thursday, February 15, 2007

home alone

with the overhead and kitchen lights on, engrossed in the multiple tasks being balanced and planning those next on my list, i'm still scared 99% to death @ tales from the darkside: inside the closet.
an hours-earlier episode gave my the idea for my next fiction. so worth it.
walk good.

ps: and in searching for said earlier episode, i learned that my favourite doctor is on heroes, so now i'm looking forward to catching up on dvd even more.
pps: the chick looks suspiciously like justine bateman in this next episode, mookie&pookie (a computer resurrects its dead owner) but the info doesn't tell me when the episode was made and i have to get back to work. damn.

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Blogger Peong said...

boo. Love the new comment feature.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2007

you might be a little piggy if...

...you snigger not just @ the thought, but @ how often you have the opportunity to snigger @ the thought that you're on the couch digging for edibles in your crotch.
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ps: check out this piggy's "peekaboo" comments, though...i'm all excited!

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carrot and no stick

defective yeti deserves a prize...
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Monday, February 12, 2007

just don't know what to say

so grims is planning our trip to paris and came across this review of one of the hotels we considering- this person demonstrates why the french (and much of the rest of the world) think americans are idiots- i mean, i see why she'd get pissy about the dude wanting her to say her room # in french (unless, of course, she's one of the americans constantly complaining that immigrants in the usa don't speak english, in which case, i have no sympathy) but how the fuck can one complain about a parisian hotel being too french? and who the fuck says the food there's good, then recommends 4-cheese pizza? and if she wants to travel, cassy should come to terms with the fact that many international hotels make you leave the room key when you go out, and if an obsessive-compulsive privacy-freak like myself handled it in australia, it's prob'ly not that deep:

I recently stayed at the Prince Albert Louvre and, although it was cute, I would not go back. The hotel has a great location - 1 block off Rue St. Honore (with cafes, designer shops) and a 5 min walk to the Louvre (beautiful!). But... the hotel was tiny and very in your face, like Paris was, actually. I liked Paris, but it's very, very polite and, well, French. The hotel had about 4 desk staffers, and all were very nice, except one who, literally would not initially give me my key until I said my room # en francais! I, of course, had been walking for, like, 4 hours and my years of high school French were in the back of my brain. I simply stared at the man and he told it to me and gave me my key. Later, when I returned, I obliged him, but oh my! This hotel also makes you give them your key EVERY time you leave. Ugghhh. For a very independant, quiet person like me, this was not enjoyable. But, they were mostly friendly. Also, the rooms were small. Mine was beyond tiny. Paris was a treat, for the most part. Great shopping and pretty good food. Try the four-cheese pizzas found in many cafes. The hotel was decent - if you like socializing and a very involved management, try this hotel! Cassy, Atlanta, GA

for the record, although i chose to pick on cassy from atlanta, she's far from alone; i just couldn't stomach posting the one recommending this hotel based on proximity to the nearby mcdonald's and english cnn on the tv on my blog.
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Blogger Peong said...

We're going to paris - we're going to paris... (insert happy dance here)

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Sunday, February 11, 2007

good to be king?

every time thriller comes on my heart speeds with excitement but i end up teary-eyed over the loss of that man's future and how much of the music was obviously somewhat fueled by loneliness.
walk good.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

every little thing she does is...

...magic (scroll up when you get there).
and big up global6 with the better mix; hot dj's spinning every wednesday 1-5pm d.c. time, 6-10pm where they at! (click the "radio" link under the global6 header to listen; log in to chat, request, etc.)
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state of the art

savion glover made me cry tonight- 1st time seeing him live, but i seen footage and never was he was so charming, so beatbox, so intuitive, so humourous, so balletic, so inspired, so elegant, so dj- he just broke my heart.
walk good.

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Blogger crazyfool said...

told ya. glad you enjoyed it.

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Anonymous afrobella said...

Good to hear -- I'm literally about to write an article about him right now because he's coming to Miami. And that's my job, to write about the events coming here. So you made me want to go! I always loved him on Sesame Street. Does that make me sound like a cultural ignoramus?

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Friday, February 02, 2007

the more things change, the more they stay the same...

so after forcing me to switch and then rendering my husband anonymous, blogger then shut me out entirely for most of today- my blog was completely inaccessible.
but it's back- still flawed, but just in time for me to link to the story about this truly depressing student film- good that she did it, tragic results.
and people wonder why i say america's not ready to vote overwhelmingly for a black president (as much as i wish i were wrong, this once)...
walk good.

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Blogger crazyfool said...

not encouraging. very depressing. perfect way to start my friday morning. thanks.

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Blogger Peong said...

Wow. Just wow.

Watching it popped Talib Kweli's "Black Girl Pain" into my head. Found the lyrics here in case any of your readers don't know it. http://www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/talibkweli/blackgirlpain.html

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Blogger sweet trini said...

glad to see that at least your new comments show you as yourself...thanks for the lyrics. walk good.

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Blogger angel said...

blooger's been exceptionally entertaining the last week or so hannit!?! i spent the weekend catching up on all i'd missed when i couldn't get in!

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