Your blog just looks like it's promoting liberal politics and vacay pictures. The only "celebrities" I see are various GOP candidates that you make fun of and reblog from other tumblrs so it's not even original. Don't you think there's enough of that out there? Moving along.
I didn’t realize I was running a scientific journal or the blog for a respected brand, and not my own personal tumblr. Thanks anon, I think I’ll rethink my entire online existence now.
In the meantime, don’t let the door hit you on your way out.
1/4 cup of Alize (I used the “pink” variety, but I am sure any flavor will do)
Top off with ginger ale
2 muddled raspberries
raw sugar to taste
Look, I am not going to make any claims that this is actually good. I created it on the fly while already 3 sheets to the wind and in the middle of a hot tub hangout sesh. BUT, it was a hit with the girl in our party who says she doesn’t like to taste the booze in her cocktails, so there’s that.
I’ve dubbed it “The Mother” because necessity is the mother of all invention and I was working with a limited bar at 2am island time last night.
“President Obama wants everybody in America to go to college, what a snob. There are good, decent men and women who work hard every day and put their skills to the test that aren’t taught by some liberal college professor. And trying to indoctrinate them.”—
“PSST”—Just got my first taste of street harassment in LA from some landscapers (lawnmowers? I dunno) in a pick-up truck. I have heard tell of the infamous ‘Psst’ before, but never had it happen to me. So that’s how it’s gonna be, LA?
“HEY, EVERYBODY: You know how Mormons “baptize” dead people who weren’t Mormons—including Holocaust victims—because Mormons believe they have a right to choose Mormonism for the deceased? And you know how the Mormon Church says that being gay is a choice? The same church that doesn’t think you should have a choice about being posthumously baptized? Well, now you can choose homosexuality for dead Mormons! Just go to www.AllDeadMormonsAreNowGay.com, enter the name of a deceased Mormon or ask the site to find a dead Mormon for you, and—presto!—that dead Mormon gets to have a gay afterlife!”—
Yeah, I wish! I joined Girl Scouts so I could go on camping trips (like my big bro got to do in Boy Scouts). Instead, all I recall from my time with GS is that I learned to churn butter and sell cookies. Hardly a front for radical feminism.
I’ve been stuck in a crap-ass Days Inn for the past couple days while we wait for our apartment to be ready for move-in (Monday!). Internet is spotty and I am so behind on my dashboard/Words with Friends games (please pray).
On the upside, we bought a car and have been scooting all over town. Jamming out to music in a car is so much fun that getting stuck in traffic an extra 30 minutes isn’t so bad afterall!
Anyhow, I am not dead. In case you were wondering…
“Someone worked really hard to make the language just right, just the way they wanted it. They were so sure of it that they printed it in ink, on paper. A screen always feels like we could delete that, change that, move it around. So for a literature-crazed person like me, it’s just not permanent enough.”
“Listening to Born to Die, it turns out, is a lot like watching the movie Showgirls — right down to the cigar-chomping bad men and swimming pools that populate both — only as told from the point of view of some moonier, more passive woman in the corps behind Elizabeth Berkeley. The album should come with a drinking game, like one DVD edition of Showgirls did.”—
why are you moving to LA? Just curious because I'm trying to decide between NY and LA myself.
We’re moving to LA because it’s the place to be for Justin’s career. I love NYC though, and would choose it over LA in a heartbeat (But, hey, I’ve never lived in LA, so what do I know? Ask me again in a couple months…).
I could go on and on about why NYC is amazing (the food! the energy! the endless possibility of it all!), but at the end of the day this city is not for everyone. That’s something you gotta decide for yourself.
I will advise, that when deciding where to live, you need to go where the jobs are. If you don’t have a job lined up I would not suggest coming to NYC, because it is TOUGH here (If you’re in school and you’ve got money/rich parents, NYC might still be an option though). NYC will kick your ass and send you packing if you just show up and expect to make it. Whereas, I think you can get by a little easier in LA. There’s more wiggle room for error there.
Again, I can really only speak of living in NYC because I’ve done it for the past 5 years. I don’t know enough about living in LA to have a firm opinion just yet.