BECAUSE FOOD IS CHEAPER THAN THERAPY … Sooooo, it’s been a while since I’ve actually posted something (especially if you discount the re-posts/re-blogs). That’s because a lot of craziness has ensued my life the last few months - nay, the last couple of years. I thought I’d kick of my renewed commitment to blogging with this: homemade cheesy grits with shrimp, sausage and peppers.
Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake show you what a Twitter conversation sounds like in real life.
It’s cute how you can spell “the worst” with the letters from North West’s name.— Suri’s Burn Book (@surisburnbook)
Kim and Kanye’s baby has been named, officially, North West. They will call her Nori for short, even though (A) it’s twice as many syllables as her actual name and (B) sorry, but no one is ever going to get past the fact that her name is North West.
Even though I have a feeling that Baby North is going to be just fine, swimming around Scrooge McDuck-style in her stacks of new money, it’s hard not to feel sorry for someone whose parents based such a big decision on “Hey, you know what would be funny?”
Call me if you want the number of my attorney. Or my shrink.
This review of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Diet in her new book It’s All Good is pretty hilarious…I’m not a huge Gwyneth fan (certainly not like the reviewer - I didn’t love her in “A Perfect Murder”) but I still thought the review was reasonably balanced and funny…showing you can eat uber healthy but often times it comes down to resources - time and money.
Spring and Summer means one thing round these parts. Trivia at Neon’s. Bill’s Grill is open and the questions are flying. If only we could answer them correctly.
Nothing makes me feel more stupid than a dozen questions that a third grader could answer.
Google it Bitch…teexxttt mee!
Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) has introduced her first piece of legislation. It’s called the Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act, and would reduce the rate students pay on federally-subsidized student loans for one year, from 3.4% to 0.75%.
Without congressional action, on July 1 the rate is set to double from 3.4% to 6.8%.
Warren brings up an interesting point – her bill simply asks students to pay the same rates that big banks pay for borrowing.
She’s literally just asking if college grads can get the same deal as bank CEOs. The exact same interest rate. Not even a bailout or anything fancy (pipe dreams!) - just the same interest rate.
Currently on replay. I think it’s pretty self-explanatory but in a nutshell, it’s a funny and amusing distraction to writing dissertation stuff right now. The end.
Amy Poehler’s ginger child is the most lifelike cartoon character I’ve ever seen.