Wednesday, February 24, 2010


Well. Here we are. A bit broken, but still chugging along. Thanks kids for all your wonderful supportive comments in my last post!

I've been watc
hing the Olympics on and off, and I so enjoy the athletic prowess these young people display. It's quite remarkable. All those intense years of training and practice, and then to almost flawlessly put themselves in front of the world like this is quite inspiring! I love Scott Hamilton doing the figure skating commentary by the way...LOL! He is the best! Then there's Bob Costas. BOB F*CKING COSTAS! How much money does this douche make?! HE IS HARRIBLE! ABSOLUTELY HARRIBLE! UGH! Every time I hear him it makes me cringe. His cultural knowledge is pretty much ZERO. I'm telling you, the man is a retard! Anyway, TEAM USA is doing very well in these games, and this is pretty damn cool, despite the fact our economy is still in the sewer! HA!

Paul McCartney is coming to the Hollywood Bowl! HOLY MOTHER OF GOD! I AM SO EXCITED! Ya know the tickets are going to be really hard to get a hold of, but I will do my battling best! He's not that far off from getting here--end of March already! DAMN THAT'S SO LAST MINUTE!

One of Paul's more recent modern tunes from 2006! This was part of The Lake House movie soundtrack I believe, and the man can still write purty songs I say:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


Hello to anyone who still reads this lonely blog.

It's becoming harder and harder for me to post--I feel overwhelmed by my emotions right now. Just great. I hate being an astrological Cancer, the most sensitive of all the signs! UGH! F*CK THIS MAN! Why couldn't I be a Leo? I missed it by a hair! ARGH! Nothing gets in the way of those fools. Not that I believe astrology to be an exact science mind you, but some of it can ring so eerily true. Anyway, besides the job I dislike having to go to, I'm stupidly in love with someone completely undeserving. What tha hell did I do to deserve feeling this I ask?! Have I broken any hearts out there this badly?! Well, I honestly apologize and am very sorry if I have wronged someone romantically or in any way, because this non-stop crying and aching I feel is killing me now. I would not wish this on my worst enemy really. I'm heartbroken, but am thankful I guess for the blessings I still have, although my motivation is at an all-time low. I'm doing my best okay? I won't give up just yet. Pray for me please. Send me good vibes.

ty White is on fire! Her Super Bowl commercial got rave reviews, she's always making funny cameos on Craig Ferguson's show, she just received a lifetime tribute at the SAG Awards, and she's still working hard in films. And the monumental movement on Facebook to get her to host Saturday Night Live is unbelievable! WOW! This little old thing is unstoppable and we adore her don't we?

Yes we do:

Wednesday, February 10, 2010


Hmmm... I'm looking over my last two blog posts, and not ONE comment. BOOOOOOO! Yeah, I know I've neglected your awesome blogs also, but I'm selfish! LOLOL! I know, I know, we're all busy trying to get through life, so I understand.

I just realized my blog is not very personal. I never really talk about myself as much as I do other celebs or pop culture items. Well, the times I have gotten truly personal is when I start hating my job or I get really depressed,
but other than that it seems like I'm always reporting the news or regurgitating useless information. Is this true blogger friend? Am I overly superficial and lost in stupid trivial facts, when there are more important things I should be discussing? Like my fabulous sex life? Like my goals for the near future? My thoughts on gay relationships and gay dating in this Hollywood cesspool? Ya know what, my blog is probably fine and dandy as it is, but I'm feeling overly analytical and pensive tonight, so bear with me. I can't help but mention that Sunday's Super Bowl telecast has now become the highest-rated TV program in American history, beating the record held by the series finale of MASH! WOW! An estimated audience of 106 million watched this game! My bud still said something ironically funny though, "Only a third watched the game? That's it? How can the rest of the 200 in this whole entire country of 300 million still miss it?" HAHAHA! I mean, I went to dinner with my soulmate, and I still got to see the game on a big screen at the restaurant. There really is almost no escaping it.

I'd like to pay tribute now, to the nifty portable device that heats up food better than any microwave, THE TOASTER OVEN! When was the toaster oven invente
d?! I have no idea, probably sometime in the housewife 1950s, but man I love my toaster oven and almost any other toaster oven for that matter. Frozen taquitos and other appetizers and snacks are easily thawed and heated in a toaster oven with no hassle! Mind you, it's really only for the heating of certain foods, but somehow you know that a pizza slice or two will be horribly soft, soggy, and chewy after coming out of a microwave. In a toaster oven that same pizza slice comes out as if freshly baked, nice and crisp! Mmmmmmmmmm! Have I sold you on the toaster oven folks? I think I have, so if you don't have one of these great inventions yet, what tha hell are you waiting for? I don't know if Julia Childs ever really used toaster ovens as she was a big showy cook, but I bet if Julia were alive now, she'd agree with me that when it comes to heating a nice food portion for one, nothing beats the toaster oven!


Friday, February 05, 2010


Hello good people.

The only Oscar nomination I am truly happy about is for Christoph Waltz as Best Supporting Actor in Inglourious Basterds. He is remarkable in that film--a really great performance as the evil heartless Nazi. I praised him and most of the movie back in this blog post, although the ending of the film is quite retarded, but as a whole it is worth seeing the picture. And although James Cameron is nominated for Best Director, I have a feeling that douchebag Quentin Tarantino might upstage James and take the award. I hate Quentin's personality and find Cameron a bore, but cannot deny both of them are pretty talented at their craft. I may finally see Avatar this weekend, but honestly I haven't been that excited about it with all the overblown hype and stuff, although I am greatly curious at times to see what the fuss is all about. Will I be one of the many who are left depressed after seeing the idealistic perfect fantasy world portrayed in Avatar? LOL!

Can you believe there is serious talk about lifting the ban
on gays in our military?! IS THIS POSSIBLE?! Well, I dunno man. I'm all for it of course, because gays have been serving since the beginning of time-- men have shared barracks and showered together and done much more since forever, and to lift this stupid ban would be the right thing to do. Gay men make fine soldiers okay? Seeing all those hot men inspires them to do an even better job! LOLOLOLOL! So yeah, let them serve openly. The British lifted their ban years ago, and it has not affected their performance whatsoever. I really don't understand why some "straight" men are so threatened by other gay men. It makes no sense, unless you're insecure about your own sexuality right? Afraid ya might be attracted to your fellow soldier there? HUH?! GET A LIFE PEOPLE! GET A LIFE!!! Gay guys playing in our professional sports teams too?! IMPOSSIBLE!

Have a great Super Bowl weekend everybody. Leave me some comments will ya? Thanks. I'll leave you with this funny clip from the most popular TV show in history. Watch Desi laugh and quickly save himself from a blooper:

Tuesday, February 02, 2010


I rarely if ever really REALLY like a film enough to give it a 5-star rating on Netflix, as most movies are usually decent to me and they only get 3 stars, but there does come along once in a blue moon a film that hits me on every level, and (500) Days of Summer is one of those films. Perhaps because it mirrors in so many ways, my recent hopeless crush on someone; I saw myself so much in Joseph Gordon-Levitt's character, it was almost ridiculous! BRILLIANT! WOW! Even the music used in the film and references to The Beatles, were right up my alley. The film is not told in chronological order and jumps around all over the place, but after a while you get used to it. The actors are all superb, especially Joseph and Zooey Deschanel as his romantic love interest. Joseph Gordon-Levitt started off on that TV show 3rd Rock from the Sun, and has since blossomed into a wonderful versatile actor in many good independent films. Lemme tells ya, he's adorable, and I'd take him in a heartbeat. Anyway, watch this movie! It's beautiful, wonderful, and highly emotional.

I missed the Grammy Awards Sunday night, and it was probably for the best, because so much of today's music is just plain awful to me. I mean, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Michael Bublé, and Rhianna are the big stars today?! UGH! YUCK! Really good amazing modern artists like The Shins, Of Montreal, and MG
MT don't sell as much or get the attention they really should, and it makes me shake my head. Have any of you listened to Top 40 radio lately? It's bloody harrible! HARRIBLE! Anyway, there was at least one good thing to come out of the awards show, and it was this performance with Lady Gaga and Elton John. I like her a lot--she does stand out among her mediocre peers of today, and does have talent. Her crazy costumes are hysterical! HOWEVER, there was someone that did this all before, and it was Elton. Lemme tell ya, Elton's first nine or so albums back in the early 1970s are masterpieces! SIMPLY BREATHTAKING music this guy put out, and he used to wear all those crazy get-ups way before Lady Gaga was even a thought. How fitting then, to see them both perform together! Elton sounded pretty darn good too! They were truly amazing!