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Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Fry Cooking On Venus

Cameron: I don't know what I'm gonna do.
Sloane: College.
Cameron: Yeah, but to do what?
Sloane: What are you interested in?
Cameron: Nothing.
Sloane: Me neither!
Cameron: [to Ferris, who's singing on the parade float] YOU'RE CRAZY!
Sloane: What do you think Ferris is gonna do?
Cameron: He's gonna be a fry cook at Venus!

-Ferris Beuler’s Day Off

Kar Dash…ian

So I was on Bossip.com today, getting my fill of trash, when I saw the news of Reggie Bush and Kim Kardashian still not being married. I wonder if that has anything to do with Ray-J. His new single, Sexy Can I(click this link or check out youtube video bar), already an underground club classic, mentions lyrics like “it’s a Kodak moment can I put you on my camera”, obvious referrals to the affair. As scandalous as it was, Kim has since moved on, and apparently Ray-J has not. What would you do if you made a video with someone and after you broke up they put it online? I think that’s fucked up. It’s a complete violation of trust. Would or have you ever put a naughty film online? This has become a very common thing: Paris Hilton, Colin Farrel, Eve, Ashanti, and the ever-famous Pamela Anderson. Its become a prerequisite par none save being shot a few times to qualify as a rapper.
But when it is over it is over. You have to be careful about everything. One second we were soul mates, the next you want your mini-fridge back. You’re banging on my door telling my friends, I better have your down comforter returned or you’ll have my roommate jumped. Worst of all when it’s over you have to break up on-line as well

Facebook Relationships

Internet love is a strange, creepy, wonderful thing. Match.com and Dr. Phil are bringing people together. Facebook, and Myspace are keeping everyone in each other’s business. I was just saying to my brother Nick that our parents never knew this much about their peers. Think about that. When you break up, you have to like un-tag all the old Facebook photos. Now you’re deleting sentimental posts from your wall. And worst of all mini-feed sends that broken heart to everyone in your network. Everyone not just your friends, so you’re professors are like “Oh that’s sad I thought Tisha and Mike were going to make it.” You’re RD catches you in the hall like, “Are you alright? I heard about you and Bill”. It’s scary because now-a-days people aren’t just in relationships with their actual boyfriends and girlfriends. The relationship status bar is more of a sign of going steady, whether you’re going steady with a lover or a close friend. I had two brother’s in my org that were together on Facebook but not in real life. In fact some girls are constantly in a Facebook relationship, almost as compulsively as if it were a factor of dating. Have you ever been in a “fake book relationship”, where you said you were dating a friend? Why? How long did it last? Sometimes I find those inside jokes, actually make girlfriends and boyfriends mad or jealous. But seriously guys, a Facebook relationship is nothing to be that upset about.


As Always It's ya boy Magic aka Dusha aka DJ aka What's with all the aka's
Be Safe Have Fun God Bless

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