I really should go back and reread the first few chapters of “Clash of Kings” in time for tomorrow evening, but I’m treating it like a homework assignment, and therefore I am procrastinating like a champ. Ugh.
THIS IS NOT SOMETHING THAT NEEDS TO HAPPEN! Also, “Me and My Shadows”, the miniseries, was really good, and that should be the final word. Also, it’s a damn shame no one took any pictures of me in my Judy Garland costume for Living Wax Museum when I was 13.
David: Rex Ryan and Tebow having a meeting at McCormick and Schmick’s in Paramus is more than I can quite get my head around. Rex stuffing fistfuls of shrimp into his mouth and talking about motorcycles. Tebow quietly drinking a ginger ale and being like, “This is a little spicy. I think I should send this back, but maybe that’s just New York?”
Jeff: Sanchez breathing on the window, peeking in while standing on his girlfriend’s back.
Which Mad Men Character Would Embrace Awful ‘70s Fashion “I imagine Pete would be in some pretty bad clothes, because I think Trudy dresses him at least on the weekends. I don’t know if you remember that cricket outfit that he wore — yeah, he definitely would be in trouble, real trouble fashion-wise. Harry too! My God. Harry, of course. I think that Harry would probably be one of the first ones to wear those bell bottoms…I mean, the outfit that he wears the first time you see him in this premiere, you’re just going to want to punch him in the face. I’m pretty sure he would be the first on the train to Dummytown with clothes.”
“We have a great abundance of stylists at this time in history, and as a result, everything is in. Big hair and flat hair. Short shorts and long pants. Dressing down and dressing up. Whole TV shows and magazines are built around the trends of the moment, yet Pink hasn’t changed her haircut in thirteen years. More people are more certain about how we should look in 2012 than in any other time in history, yet I still don’t have a clear idea of what 2012 looks like. I do know this, though, Randy: Man-brooches are not going to happen.”—love you, Dave Holmes!
-mom tried to reheat popcorn and that didn’t go so well so now the entire house smells like burnt popcorn
-aziz tickets? done (thanks, Tracy!)
-jack’s mannequin’s “bruised” running through my head
-my parents put a pretty cool rug in my room, but now I have to get a new bedspread, but whatever
First, Fall Out Boy & feelings. Now, Jack’s Mannequin & feelings. I don’t know much about relationships, but waiting for a call about potential employment has to be something like waiting for a guy to call, right? Just tell me I’m pretty, darn it! Then, of course, I must remember that it’s my own fault that I’m in this situation. And then I must remember that I wasn’t happy at my last job, anyway. Things have a strange way of working themselves out, sometimes.
Considering driving to Islip tomorrow and going to that prints exhibit. It would definitely take my mind off of this situation (change of scenery!). I am aware that I have it much, much, better than most unemployed people, but it’s still crummy.