Thursday, August 31, 2006


VERIZON made a deal with WAL-MART. soooo pissed. and the commercial i just saw - i mean, think about mixing an awesome verizon commercial ("do you guys work down by the docks?" for example) with a terrible, terrible fake-happy wal-mart commercial. shudder.

hehe, but has anyone seen that commercial where the annoying guy's like "i called you five times!" and the girl is all fake like "must be my network..." and all the verizon network guys like rappel off buildings as soon as he leaves? love it.

i mean, i am ANGRY at you, verizon.

faith, you say?

so this guy was raised a democrat, had a religious conversion, became a republican because of the abortion issue, and now is getting criticism from his party over his position on immigration. and he has this position because his grandpa was an irish immigrant. i mean, you can read about it. what a good political story, you know? it's almost like watching the west wing. i like it when people are like, you know what? this is what i believe is right.

although i disagree when people are elected and then go on a power trip. (this is where my brother would remind me what it means to be a republic, but he's facebook "very conservative," so what are you going to do?) so anyway, maybe i like this for another reason, hmm? :)

or maybe i should just read melly's article.

i just realized that "it's almost like watching the west wing" isn't exactly mature political dialogue.

i'm watching an episode of the cosby show where the whole family stops in the living room because rudy (age 6, maybe) is watching dr. king on tv, and they all just stop what they're doing and stand there and listen. this show could not GET any better. also, theo is still my number one tv crush.

Friday, August 18, 2006

i'm sorry, sir, you wanted to answer your own question.

Jed (President)


















Which 'West Wing' Character are You?
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You scored as Jed (President). Dear God, I wouldn't invite you to a party, but you can sort out my finances and MC at a function any time you like. Mr. President Sir.

hey now. i'd invite jed to a party any day of the week.

she was a CALL GIRL.

The idealistic speechwriter is well-liked by just about everyone. He's known for his excellent writing, sense of humor, and tendency to be clutzy. Although being younger than the rest of the staff, he's often treated as so, much to his dismay.

:: Which West Wing character are you? ::

HA. that's just who i THOUGHT i'd be. also, i have long hair.

i haven't been blogging lately because i've been, you know, watching west wing season 2 on repeat.