Um, awesome!! purns: Today we premiered the first episode of Smart Girls at the Party, a new web series I got to direct over the summer. The show was created by and stars Amy Poehler, Meredith Walker, and Amy Miles and celebrates “girls who are changing the world by being themselves.” Each episode, Amy interviews a normal girl who has a unique talent, community interest or point of view,...
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Wow, Really? purns: Topic : Pictures automatically attach to e-mail? Please help! I took my husband’s i-phone and found a raunchy picture of him attached to an e-mail to a woman in his sent e-mail file (a Yahoo account). When I approached him about this (I think that he is cheating on me) he admitted that he took the picture but says that he never sent it to anyone. He claims that he went...
Why? This one freaks me out. What is with the... →
What if this was what The Times looked like? →
Watching KO on Countdown this election season really just reminds me of how much I used to love watching “Sports Center.” I used to live with 2 other ladies and we watched it all the time. Big sports fans, we were. And I loved Kenny Mayne. Now that I am coming out of my election haze, I just realized that he has a new web series out called “Mayne Street.” Some super funny...
Its a few days old. But not only do I agree with it wholeheartedly, but I am enjoying the KO right now. Last night he got really excited about the potential of an “Arrested Development” movie. I can’t be mad at that. And he means well.
Who's the craziest Edgar Allen Poe character?
I am reblogging Adam’s list because he is right, and because I used to listen to cassette tapes of old radio shows when I was a kid. One of my favorites was a reading of “The Tell-Tale Heart.” The Narrator is my vote for craziest character. But that might be because I have a voice to attribute to it. Otherwise, the synopsis of “Hop Frog” is carazay! whypandawhy: ...
Weird. A short mention I found about myself from... →
Behind the scenes with the Obama Campaign on... →
A city upon a hill.
purns: The Guardian: They did it. They really did it. So often crudely caricatured by others, the American people yesterday stood in the eye of history and made an emphatic choice for change for themselves and the world. Though bombarded by a blizzard of last-minute negative advertising that should shame the Republican party, American voters held their nerve and elected Barack Obama as their...