Friday, December 31, 2010

*Highlights* I'm a M'Fing Morbid Video

Kanye's video for Monster has leaked...all over the place...somewhat like the blood in the's there...but it's just there

Input appreciated

The rest of my two cents after the break...on with the unscheduled programming:


Video killed it for me. I had enjoyed the music when Kanye released the song on his twitter. It was in my gym mix if I ever took my unfit ass back to the gym.

But now...I hate it. The video did plenty for me. It absolutely made the song dead to me, like the dead chicks in the video. And like the dead chicks in the video, the video is unmoving. My life was not enriched having watched this video.

None of the music artists in there showed anything visually stimulating. Stick to aural pleasuring, please. So many people are praising Kanye for yet another brilliant video. Maybe it's me. Maybe I just don't get it. I don't see anything awesome about this video or most of his "art" videos. I'm bored yet again. Perhaps I take things too literally. I expected to see monsters. Throwing in Cookie Monster eating Elmo's cotton guts would've satisfied me at this point. It was just morbid. I saw no monsters. I saw one bearded lady...o0o0o0 sooo scary...PSSSSSH I paid a quarter to see a bearded lady at a street fair when I was in the 6th grade and I wasn't impressed then. I'm definitely not impressed now. The only thing that made me do a double take was when chick slapped her vag. I'm like What? Shrug...Moving on

I suggest you move it along, too. Nothing to see here.

How much do I care now?

1 cap for that vag slap

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Jennifer Hudson Performs "I'm Here!"

Jennifer Hudson performs at the 2011 Kennedy Honors, and she tears the house down.  Her honoree was Oprah Winfrey, and as a tribute to the global power woman, Jennifer sang the song "I'm Here" from The Color Purple.  Check out the performance below:


Monday, October 25, 2010

Mini EXCITING Update!!!

Hey all! It's been awhile again...just a little update

Today marks 6 MONTHS for my sweetheart and me =) I got us a little something...shhhhhh it's super cute, I swear...I'll post pics after I give him his half =)

I can hardly wait to see him...He's been sick so I haven't spent time with him for awhile...I miss him..but hopefully I should see him soon and celebrate 6 months of love =)


I started my NEW JOB today!!!

There are a lot of new things I need to learn...I didn't absorb all of it but I have the rest of the week for training before I take over the position of the girl who's leaving at the end of the week...I'm a little nervous because normally, new hires in that department shadow different people for a month...I have ONE WEEK. I should've taken notes when the person training me was talking but she talks a mile a minute using abbreviations! I didn't even know WHAT to write down. But she did let me try out some stuff and I got to initial stuff (that felt oddly good). Hopefully I'll pick up stuff easily and quickly. Navigating the office will be an adventure in itself, too. SO MANY CUBICLES!!!

Ah well...wish me luck!!!


Wednesday, September 22, 2010



I know I'm late but I was so busy yesterday and definitely forgot!!!

Some amazing renditions of great songs - I LOVED the version of "Listen"!! Who knew that girl would have such a big voice!!!!! Whole episode is below but that version is at about 33 mins in!


Sunday, September 19, 2010

Damnit...I did it....

I hate you "REPLY ALL" dare you scorn me!!!!

I did it...I joined the club of people who mistakenly hit the "reply all" button at work when the message was only meant to go to one person. The funny thing is, I am usually the first to complain when someone hits that pesky button and accidentally tells me their weekend plans while I'm working or about their new puppy, etc.

Friday, I became that person...

My friend e-mailed our firm about a Leukemia walk at 5 p.m. on October 9. As we all know...that is the day of my LSAT. So,I wrote back....

Think about the things you would say after taking a huge test like that...think about what I would say!!!! "I'm gonna go get FUCKED up afterwards", "I'm gonna go GET SOME after that horrible experience"..........................
By the Grace of GOD - I kept it PG (for the first time in my life) and simply said "I would love to do this but I'll be too tired after the LSAT...."


THANK GOD. The worst part was that I was PLANNING on saying crude things but for some reason (GOD) I didn't put those in. I was literally thinking up the worst combination of things I could say to crack my friend up LOL. I even thought I DID put those things in. I got a message from another friend that said "did you mean to send that to everyone?" HEART ATTACK!!!!

I had to go and READ the message and when I saw that I didn't put all that dirtiness in there, I relaxed a little. But then I realized that now the whole firm would know I was taking the LSAT....

That's not so bad on paper but I'm a really private person when it comes to things like that. I don't want the firm, especially my enemies there, to know what I'm doing with my life. I don't want HR getting ideas that I'm leaving soon (I still need to save and I may not get in so I may need this job!) so they should find someone who is staying.

So I tried to recall the message (yay outlook) but the current tally is 70 "Message Recall Faileds" to about 50 "Message Recalled Success". Thank GOD the e-mail was only to our Atlanta office. I'm mortified all the same!


Tuesday, September 14, 2010

I've. got. a. JERB

Assuming I pass this background check, I will regale you with tales of debauchery and boredom next summer.

The law school hiring process is called OCI. Hundreds of employers come to campus and pretend to value diversity and a work/life balance, and you pretend to not know that they have 1 black lawyer and require 70 hours a week of billable time. During this entire cycle, you should be steadfastly certain that you're not getting a job and so, if you're anything like me, your main goal should be to abscond with as much free schwag as possible. I have enough pens now that I will be able to leave some to my grandchildren.

I say you should assume that you're not getting a job because you're probably not. Statistically, the odds are just against you in a huge way. I went on literally dozens of interviews before finding my job, and was successful only because of personal connections that preexisted law school and a connection to my alma mater. Of course, if you have great law school grades and a perky personality, there is no such thing as a bad economy.

1L year was time consuming and stressful because I didn't know what I was doing and everything rests on those first-year grades. 2L year is time consuming and stressful right up until you find a job or don't. Once your employment status is resolved either way, you go from reading treatises in airport lobbies to sitting in your apartment drinking at 11 a.m because class is boring and you can't bring yourself to care.
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