JOY! Yesterday marked one year until Bush and his cronies are OUT OF HERE. As long as he’s not replaced by a lunatic like Huckabee, I’d say we’re in business!

A brief recap:

Testerday, Kristin came over and drew me for her painting class. As I posed, I watched Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, which I haven’t seen since I was ikkle and tiny. Hilaaaaaaarious! Nightmare-inducing, but hilarious. It made me long for more 2D-animated features.

Saturday, we went to Dr. Sketchy’s together. This session had an Adams’ Family theme, and a splendid time was had by all! I now officially have a Dr. Sketchy’s buddy. :D

This past week, I finally was able to sign my two-year contract at work. Yay job!

And that’s all I have to say about that.

My sister and I are the cutest sisters in the universe. This is not up for debate.

Behold our utter lack of family resemblance!


It was Torchwood, but it was GOOD. Jack was FUN, and I didn’t want to dropkick Owen halfway to Raxacoricofallapatorius. Unheard of!

ADDENDUM TO LAST POST: I am an Obama supporter through and through. Not Ron Paul. I guess I didn’t make that clear, as a couple people have commented/emailed me about it.


Hence the existence of an “Obama is awesomesauce” tag and no tag for Ron Paul.

Project Runway. So… do the judges even remember their prom? You don’t want you look cute and young and 17, you want to look mature and elegant. Sweet Pea should have won! The only dresses I would have worn to prom were hers or Chris’. Victorya’s = Fug. Well, it’s cute, but it’s also cheap-looking and unflattering. While it may be a decent choice for a mixer or party, it is NOT appropriate for a prom!

Also, I feel so terribly wicked for thinking this, but even though I loathe Christian and want to slap him in the face whenever I see him, I kind of want him to stay on the show for the time being (though leave well before Bryant Park). Yes, his clothes are often rather interesting–albeit TRAGICALLY 80s–but he makes such a lovely TARGET for the natural drama of competition, and we need someone to mock now that Elisa is gone.

P.S. HAHAHAHA a girl looking for a designer for her prom dress chose Chris’ portfolio over Victorya’s? OHSNAP!

Some entertaining links for joo:

AMPTP vs. WGA: Jocks versus Nerds. There’s an 80s movie to be made here, if only we had someone to write it!

Mad TV: Under Barack Obama

Bill Gates’ last day at Microsoft — Gates rocks for doing this.

WOAH. You know that Levi’s ad that has the guy struggling to pull up his jeans, then with his jeans comes the entire street, a taxi cab, and a hot girl in a telephone booth? I just saw a variation with the exact same footage, except it’s a HOT GUY IN THE BOOTH. And they are cute and gay and Levi’s is MADE OF WIN. I am so thrilled with them for doing this. ROCK ON.

Happy Birthday to mein Schlienen! *hugs you tightly*

86% Chris Dodd
86% John Edwards
86% Barack Obama
83% Hillary Clinton
81% Mike Gravel
81% Joe Biden
78% Dennis Kucinich
72% Bill Richardson
47% Rudy Giuliani
34% John McCain
29% Tom Tancredo
26% Mitt Romney
26% Mike Huckabee
23% Ron Paul
16% Fred Thompson

2008 Presidential Candidate Matching Quiz

The Daily Show and The Colbert Report return tonight, sans writers! Let the madness begin! I’m imagining Stephen with an uproariously ridiculous fake Strike Beard, perhaps in the style of a different famous political leader each time they return from commercial break.

In the meantime, there is hope on the horizon! The WGA and United Artists have agreed to sign an interim deal, allowing striking feature writers to begin work for the studio — and opening the door for other indies such as the Weinstein Co. and Lionsgate to follow suit.

This should put pressure on other studios to do the same, lest they fall behind. HECK YES.