Brimborion Brew

A mixture of things without value or use

Friday, April 29, 2005

Well, Paula is off to see her friend Laura run entirely too far in a marathon. When I want to go 24.85 miles I get in a car.

I am Paula's "favorite bartender in the whole world" (see post from April 5th). Paula ran away to the circus , and she invited me to do a guest blog. I promised not to do anything too pernicious.

I was talking with Paula and Karen about leaf cutter ants the other day. Fascinating bugs.

Well, this was fun. Maybe I'll write more tomorrow.

Have fun in Nashville, Paula!

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Going to a Marathon - be back in a couple days






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These are from the Chicago Marathon this last October. It was a great day and the first time I experienced the marathon up close. My friend Laura #2, from the eating beignets post a couple days ago, has run in several marathons. I am going with her to Nashville to support her in her run in the Country Music Marathon and of course I get to visit one of my favorite cities and I don't have to go to work for a couple days. We are leaving tomorrow and the weather looks to be kinda crappy, but I'm going to ignore that until I get struck by lightning. And, there was supposed to be a Sara Evans concert afterward, but while I wasn't looking they changed the headliner to Phil Vassar. I 'm going to ignore that until I figure out what he sings. And look at the bottom of that entertainment page, an evil plot to get me to walk 26 miles. They are going to have bands playing at various spots along the path of the run.

The race starts in Centennial Park, I'm finally going to get to see the Parthenon. I know, but if I can go to see the Eiffel Tower in Las Vegas I can see the Parthenon in Nashville.

I'm hoping to get over to the Country Music Hall of Fame. I may have to knock Laura over the head and drag her there or ditch her because its not her favorite place. There is an inductee ceremony on Sunday where some of the members including Garth Brooks, Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood will be walking down the red carpet. Laura doesn't know it yet but I'm forcing her to go, our flight doesn't leave until 8:25pm and they are arriving at 4:30. I think we'll have time.

There are a couple places we go and watch the local bands play, the world famous Tootsie's Orchid Lounge "Come on in for a holler and swaller and don't forget to tip the band a dollar." I love that bar. The other place we like is Robert's Western World. Hopefully I can get Laura to sit still long enough to catch a few bands. Hopefully we can pop in at the Wildhorse Saloon too. I love that town. Yee haw! See ya all on Sunday.

Vince, have a great time in Chicago, wish I was here to meet you in person. Have a wonderful time at the Erasure concert!!!!!

Monday, April 25, 2005

Better late than never

Oprah had an interesting show on today entitled Around the World. It was all about stepping outside your box and getting to know other cultures. I learned a lot from Oprah today.

Have you heard of Bollywood? Of course then there must be a Bollywood.com. Aishwarya Rai, who was on Oprah today said that Indian women think American women are opinionated and divorce too frequently.
It is the norm to live with your parents until you are married, as does Aishwarya even though she is a considered the world's number one box office star. Arranged marriages are still common in India.

Holy smoke, Ireland has had two women presidents. Here's a list of women prime ministers and presidents, looks like the old forward thinking US is a little behind.

How's this for a different cultural view? Women from Belgium think American's don't eat nutritious food. But she was eating french fries with mayonnaise and Belgians produce 172,000 pounds of chocolate a year. Sounds the same to me.

If a woman from Iceland has sex at 15 she is not thought of as promiscuous. (Here either, unless your boyfriend tells everybody or you get caught.) Having sex when you first meet someone is the norm. It's not as big a deal there. The two delicacies that she brought for Oprah to try were Sour Lamb Balls and Rotten Shark. Oprah did not eat them. You cannot make a racist comment there or you could be fined or thrown in jail.

In Singapore it its illegal to jaywalk, to sell chewing gum, and to not flush a public toilet!

Why can't we all get along and do the cultural diversity shuffle?

Sunday, April 24, 2005

Obviously there wasn't a good coffee cake to appear in that day


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In honor of Sunday, I wanted to pay my respects to Our Lady of the Underpass. This is making big news here in Chicago. Check out the pics on this post from the M.I.L.F. Diaries. The title of this post is actually a quote from Code Three.

Dwight Yoakam has a new cd coming out on June 14th. Its called Blame the Vain. You can hear a clip of each song here. Hmmmm...maybe he'll play at the Country Music Fest at the Taste of Chicago this year since he'll be on tour.

The world's top 50 restaurants according to Restaurant Magazine. Number 14, Charlie Trotter's is right here in Chicago. I have never eaten at Charlie Trotters. I probably will not because I spent all my money at the most expensive lunch in history at the newly opened Morton's Steakhouse. Don't go there until you win the lottery.

My favorite restaurants in Chicago are :
1)1492 Tapas
Have the lamb chops, garlic sauteed artichokes and strawberries in wine.

2) Cornelia's
Have the pumpkin soup and the Tuscan Steak or the pork chops and vanilla infused vodka. Don't try and substitute there, they chop your fingers off just for asking, oh, and go on a nice day and eat outside.

3)Grand Lux Cafe
Have a vanilla bean martini, Crispy Caramel Chicken (enough for two) and for dessert beignets (which you have to order at the same time as your dinner for some reason). Last summer when my friend Patti from Ontario came to Chicago we went there and I watched her and Laura #2 eat beignets, because they aren't low carb.

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Grand Lux has good breakfasts too, I always drool over my friends french toast with strawberries but I take the low carb route and get the luncheon omelet, it comes with a salad. You can get a side of sausage but only on the weekend, what is up with that? Also, don't get hungry for breakfast too early because they don't open until 10am on the weekend and 11 on the weekdays. Oh, and they also have a great dish of fresh berries.

Saturday, April 23, 2005

I'm feeling a little like Maxine

Well that was a short lived spring/faux summer - winter is back. Not only that but I'm pouting. I post on a Las Vegas message board. Every other year we have a big meet in Las Vegas. The dates for 2006 were just announced. I am so bummed because I will not be able to take those days off work. I guess this means I'll be grumpy until 2008.


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They finally announced the Lollapalooza lineup. There some good bands, some I never heard of, but I think I may go or not I don't know.

The sponge is back and 13-16% of women will get pregnant in a year even though they are properly using it. That's not so great is it. Like its gonna matter to me. I obviously have no concept of how long a centimeter is or I've had bad luck.

A co-worker told me about a good magazine for Chicago events called Time Out Chicago. I ordered it so I will be in the know.

Ipod troubleshooting: The lost chapter from the owner's manual.

Friday, April 22, 2005

Yeah right.

It's the little things that piss me off. I made some purchases from lasvegasvisitor.com - my advice stay far away, stay very far away. To make a long story short, I never received my merchandise. The merchant is telling me I should contact the postal inspector because I'm not getting my mail. Yeah right pal. I paid through Paypal. I discussed the transaction via email with the merchant for 45 days, at which point I found out you have to file a claim at Paypal within 45 days. Ok, so Paypal won't do anything, now I'm trying to get a refund from my charge card, we'll see what happens.

Ebay fraud. Hmmmm...sounds vaguely familiar.

Want to send a joke to the pope? Here's his email address. Be careful, he probably doesn't have your sense of humor.

Look at me I'm Sandra Dee...Stockard Channing another celebrity DUI, can you believe she's 60? Paula Abdul acting weird? Maybe I need to watch American Idol. I still hear Bo Bice is in the running. Go Bo! The spat heard round the world. No one is more weird.....

I cannot wait to find out where this finger came from. She

Thursday, April 21, 2005

I'm on the Top of World looking down on creation

OMG! I forgot to listen to David Cassidy on 104.3, until yesterday. He's been walking around town and I haven't even stalked him. There was a contest to win lunch with David Cassidy today. I didn't win but I did send him a link to my blog post on his birthday. My friend Patti was laughing at me beause it says I want to have David's face put on a toilet seat.

I'm not good around stars, I get starstruck. One time I stood in line for about 3 hours to meet Tim McGraw. I didn't even say hi when I finally got to him, I just handed him a cd to sign. I was so freekin' nervous! I'm sure lunch would have been stressful anway.

Two girls got stranded at the top of the Stratosphere when the new ride Insanity malfunctioned. I believe the ride is appropriately named.
Vegas is copying Hollywood with the walk of the stars, the list of 100 future honorees has been released.

What are Web logs? Where was this article 3 months ago?

A new fake Leaning Tower has been approved for construction in Pisa.

150 years ago today the Chicago Beer Riot broke out.

Hey check this out a video game art exhibit.

Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Strawberries and wine for everyone!

I had the best dessert last night. We went to 1492 Tapas today to celebrate my friend Karen's birthday. It's a great little place. Most of the time I don't get dessert but today I found a carb friendly dessert on the menu. It was strawberries soaked in wine with whipped cream in a brandy snifter. If I thought I would get out of the gutter I'd have it for every meal.

Canadian Police warn "do not lay in the street" um...ok.

Admitting you have a problem is the first step. Looks like "I'm stuffing myself with cheese" is a common quote. Well, maybe he's on Atkins. Here at Cheese.com you can look up 652 different cheeses. Good, maybe if they stop making that low carb bread I can still eat something. You can also submit your cheese photos. I gotta dig those out.

3 fat chicks are still at it.

Today is the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of Richard J. Daley, father of our current mayor Richard M. Daley, who was recently named by Time magazine as one of the top 5 mayors.

It's a sad week in history, today is also the 6th anniversary of the Columbine shooting. Unfortunately, there are many more.

Geez, can you even go to a website without a pop-up.

Tuesday, April 19, 2005

It's a sad day in history

Here is a look at the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Today is the 10th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing. Timothy McVeigh was executed June 11, 2001.

The dedication of the Lincoln Library in Springfield is also today. I have a friend who lives in Springfield, I plan on going down to see it in person. I'm shooting (no pun intended, I swear) for the third weekend in June. They have an exhibit that commemorates the 140th anniversary of the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Kinda funny that I'll be seeing something that normally resides at the Chicago Historical Society.

Another opening day is approaching fast and that would be the Wynn Las Vegas hotel. You've seen the ads with Steve Wynn standing on top of his hotel. Wonder what this means? "I only see the mistakes in my jobs. Unfortunately, I see them in the 30 days prior to opening."

Something from Anne over at Fishbucket:
A slice of life.

Top 10 Viagra advertising slogans.

10. Viagra, Whaazzzz up!
9. Viagra, The quicker pecker upper.
8. Viagra, Like a rock!
7. Viagra, When it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight
6. Viagra, Be all that you can be.
5. Viagra, Reach out and touch someone.
4. Viagra, Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.
3. Viagra, home of the whopper!
2. Viagra, We bring good things to Life!
And the number one slogan:
1. This is your penis. This is your penis on drugs

Does anyone else think the Burger King guy looks creepy?

Monday, April 18, 2005

I don't have to go to work today!

Today is a free day! No work! Woo hoo! I should do something on my day off. Maybe I'll go out for lunch/cocktails to an outdoor diner, but first Take a nap.

I'm not very fashion conscious, my policy is that your purse should not cost more than you have to put in it. It's okay for Celebs, but if I have to take out a loan to buy a purse, send me to the looney bin. L'Extravagant, I should say so. Here is a change purse, for $165. Well, it would be tough to follow my policy, I'd have to fit $165.01 in change into that little thing.

I found another quiz Your Linguistic Profile. Kinda funny. There is a link following my results below.



Your Linguistic Profile:



60% General American English

20% Yankee

15% Upper Midwestern

5% Midwestern

0% Dixie




An update on the days events: Margaritas for lunch, and a nap to sleep it off when I got home. hahahha. What a party animal!

Sunday, April 17, 2005

Broadway in Chicago

Which Desperate Housewife are you? Take the quiz. Turns out I'm Bree, but I'm sure I'm the Bree that sends her kid off to boarding school and not the Bree that is planning the perfect dinner party.

Look at this, at 101 years old this former Ziegfeld dancer is performing again. Florenz Ziegfeld 101. Here is a pic of the Follies of 1907. If you want to live to 101, maybe its important to know What makes a Ziegfeld girl.

I live within walking distance to the big theaters in Chicago, which is very cool. For a long time I didn't think I liked musicals because I started with Les Miserables and I fell asleep. Then my friend dragged me to Rent - couldn't follow it so it lost my interest. Phantom of the Opera had some good parts - I'd give it a 5 out 10. Lately, I've seen a bunch that I did like, so I'd have to say it's all about picking the right one. I liked All Shook Up, (Cheyenne Jackson who plays the lead was a hottie), Mamma Mia was very good. Hairspray was also good. Spamalot was very funny! Next month I have tickets to Wicked, which is all about the 2 witches in the Wizard of Oz before Dorothy came along. It sounds promising.

Saturday, April 16, 2005

Open the patios!

No, I'm not really an American Idol fan but I did see parts of it a couple times now and I too love Bo Bice. He's a hottie.

This morning I got tickets to the 40th anniversary show of the Academy of Country Music at Mandalay Bay in May. Looks like there is going to be a good line up.

Let the outdoor dining season in Chicago begin! Tonight Cornelia's. I need to explore and find more! Here are some of WGN's picks. More. Metromix's newest options. The Chicago Reader has my favorite listing of restaurants. Spring has sprung and its time to get out and enjoy! I do believe cocktails are in order!

Thursday, April 14, 2005

Bashing?

Saw Mickey Rourke on David Letterman. He's starring in the new movie Sin City. Can someone tell me what happened to Mickey's face? This isn't even as bad as he looked on Letterman. Is that just age? His head looks bigger. I used to think he was very good looking back in the 9 1/2 weeks movie. Now he looks like a burn victim or something. This site suggests it's bad plastic surgery and they are saying the exact same thing about how he used to be cute.

What I want to know is how does he reach the pedals? How do you spell that cat fight sound? We shouldn't let humans be in charge of anything, there is too much error. Well at least I won't have to worry about this happening to me.

They probably made a lot of noise or something.

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Go Go Godzilla

This little "cutie pie snuggle muffin" is my brother Steve and his family's new pet. He's a Chinese Water Dragon. Guess what his name is. Yep, Godzilla. I'm not sure if he did this on purpose but his mother-in-law said she's not coming over anymore. hahaha. My brother's wife, Tina, tells me you can hold him and feed him.


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Here's another warm and snuggly pet for you. Just in case you didn't know 7.5 centimeters = 2.95275591 inches. And that leg span, up to 20 centimeters = 7.87401575 inches! Yikes! Perfect Pets : Love your Dictyoptera Blattodea.

The internet is useful for many many things, but who would have thought that you could find someone to eat you. "Germany is struggling to understand the act." Imagine that, so am I.

In the news: River Phoenix's brother Joaquin in rehab.
You can go to the mall to get a prostitute if you live in Hungary.

Elvis has left the building!

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Point me in the direction of Albuquerque

Okay, hold onto your seats! It's a very special day today! It's David Cassidy's birthday!!!!! Is he not the cutest thing you've ever laid eyes on? There was not an inch of my bedroom wall that this guy's picture was not plastered on. Of course my favorite show was The Partridge Family. Back in 1972 Dave appeared almost nude in Rolling Stone magazine. Here's a bunch of old Partridge Family stuff. OMG! Dave is going to be in town in a couple days! He's going to be on Magic 104.3 from 7-9am for an entire week starting April 18th! Yahoo!!!! Maybe I need to go to Powderham Castle for the Once in a Lifetime Tour starring The Osmonds (man that's a lot of kids), David Essex (jump up and down in your blue suede shoes), The Bay City Rollers (hahaha! SA-TUR-DAY night!) and Dave. He's still a hottie today, he's looking more and more like his dad all the time.


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For a minute I thought I could buy David Cassidy's face on a toilet seat, wouldn't that be cool, but that's not what this is. They do have some interesting seats though. Wait a minute, hold everything...a quick check at FAQ page and I find out that I can add my own picture. hmmmm, $65, I'll have to think about that. Okay, this is kinda funny, I'm going to order these for all my friends for Christmas. Happy Birthday David, if I had a poster of you I'd kiss it goodnight. Ahhh, memories.

Monday, April 11, 2005

Ouch!

My friend Dee got this cool looking tattoo! I like the tattoo but it sounds kinda painful to me. Dee is Cher's number 1 fan. I went with her to see Cher twice, we had awesome seats. I'm sure she is going to the April 16th show as well. I'm glad I finally saw Cher in concert she put on a great show, it was one of my all time favorite concerts. As a side note, look how cute Chastity is in this pic.


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Speaking of farewell...I'm probably the only person in the world that thinks that the Eagles suck. Farewell to you!

Yesterday was such a beautiful day in Chicago. Went to breakfast at The Grand Lux Cafe. My favorite meal in the whole world is from there: Crispy Caramel Chicken, A vanilla bean martini and beignets for dessert. We walked around town to enjoy the weather and to pic up a few essentials. I picked up a great magazine for stuff around Chicago, they also have a website.

We also went to a great little store for "cheaper" hair care products called Bravco. Bring cash or a check, because they do not accept credit cards. The dollar stretcher says that salon products are not better than drug store products. I have to say that my hair looks better and feels better when I use the more expensive hair products such as Paul Mitchell or Biolage. I say whoever wrote that article did not have hair longer than an inch.

Yep, this guy is nuts. All that sensitivity training is working wonders for me....maybe I didn't get sensitivity training after all. It could just be in my head.

Charlie and the contest factory
To help launch its upcoming film Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Warner Bros. is introducing a contest that mirrors the plot of the movie. A search for five Golden Tickets will begin in May and continue until April 2006 or until all the winning tickets have been found. The five grand prizes include a trip to Los Angeles and a tour of a video animation studio; a trip to a fantasy sports camp; a private shopping spree; a $10,000 check; and a European vacation for four. The film opens in July.

Saturday, April 09, 2005

R-2

This is my friend Denise's new dog, his name is R-2. Is she a Star Wars fan and is D-2 on the way? Was her last dog named R-1? I don't know, but I know he's so cute!

10 week old R-2

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Working 9-5 what a way to make a living


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Innapropriate Remarks. Petty Behavior. Zero Productivity. All in a Day's Work. I am liking the new sitcom The Office. It's based on the award winning BBC hit. No comment on whether or not I compare co-workers to people on the show. Making work fun? Thank God for vacations.

I'm still liking the Sketch Show. Can't stop watching Desperate Housewives, they sure are trying hard to keep us thinking they are all buddies. Leslie Ann Warren joins the cast as Terri Hatcher's mother.

I wonder what has to happen before it's actual child abuse? ok this is gross.

Greta Garbo is 100! except she died 15 years ago.
Things that make you go hmmmm.

Friday, April 08, 2005

Finally I can post.

I wonder how many times you have to set off the smoke alarm in your apartment complex before they don't renew your lease? Twice in the last two days. Once because of my highly advanced cooking abilities and once because of the steam from my shower. It's always nice to talk to the builidng personnel in your robe.

WARNING: this is completely stupid and disgusting and you won't get it, I sure don't. Its a suspension convention. This surely takes the cake in the are they stupid department? There is a slideshow, more power to you if you can look, I cannot. I can only shake my head.

Next time I find out someone is getting married, I'm going to send them some of these wedding dress links. These are quite amusing!

I don't know why I like tests so much, maybe I should go back to school. Take a test of commonly confused words. I didn't really understand my score because I got 4 of them and they weren't all 100% so I guess I got some of them wrong. I do like that they schmooze to me afterward though! I be an....







English Genius
You scored 100% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 93% Advanced, and 86% Expert!
You did so extremely well, even I can't find a word to describe your excellence! You have the uncommon intelligence necessary to understand things that most people don't. You have an extensive vocabulary, and you're not afraid to use it properly! Way to go!

Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!


For the complete Answer Key, visit my blog: http://shortredhead78.blogspot.com/.









My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:



















You scored higher than 64% on Beginner





You scored higher than 72% on Intermediate





You scored higher than 28% on Advanced





You scored higher than 91% on Expert
Link: The Commonly Confused Words Test written by shortredhead78 on Ok Cupid

Wednesday, April 06, 2005

To spit or not to spit...

Wine Tasting for Dummies. To spit or not to spit, that is how I know that my friends and I are not wine snobs, just looking to try differents wines and catch a buzz. Adjectives rarely used by wine tasters. We used to belong to Wine brats just to go to this huge Australian wine tasting event in Chicago. It was great, they seem to have dissapeared off the web though. How sad. I don't believe I've ever tasted a Penfolds wine that I haven't liked. Many of them are inexpensive too. Malarkey Alert. Hangover humor.

Things you don't expect to find on McDonald's Menu Board.
I could imagine that there would be alot of odd things left behind in hotel rooms.

Saw this on Conan O'Brien. Steven Seagal has a new cd out and if you click here you can hear a sample. There is an mp3 sample page.

Prince Rainier passed away at age 81. I don't think I've ever seen a picture of him before. He married Grace Kelly in 1956, who died in a car accident in 1982. Stephanie on the accident that injured her and killed her mother.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Where everybody knows your name

Kristen is my favorite bartender in the whole world. This is where I go when I need to kick back and relax after work. Truthfully, everyone does not know my name there, but she does and a couple others would recognize my face. And I have to tell you Kristen is in the know. Today I heard about a new product, and I was very excited about it, Starbucks Coffee Liquor. My conversation went something like this, hey Kristen, did you hear that Starbucks has a new coffee liquor?
Yes, have you tried it?
No.
Well let me bring you a taste.
Thanks Kristen!


It tastes fabulous! I never have to drink anything else ever again, except we've decided it has its fill of carbs.
Epinions review of Starbucks Coffee Liquor.

This stuff is made by Fortune Brands. Talk about diversified.
The Redeye listed a couple of drinks made with Starbucks Liquor available at a bar called The Motel Bar. Doesn't this sound good?

Mochatini - Starbucks Liquor, Stoli Vanil, Godiva White Chocolate Liquor
Chocolate Covered Cherry - Starbucks Liquor, Bailey's, Chambord
White Russian - Vodka, Starucks Liquor over ice with cream

Monday, April 04, 2005

Some funny stuff

Funny = I had to share, thanks for sending these Lise.












So I told my friends Kristine and Doug that I wanted to live forever, no matter what do not pull that plug. Not only that but I told Laura I want her to visit me everyday. Kristine said she would put high carb stuff in my IV.

Sunday, April 03, 2005

Crap it's Sunday

My friend just emailed me and informed me that she had 2 free tickets to Art Chicago coming April 29th-May 2nd. It's definitely spring in Chicago, events are starting to come out of the woodwork!
Chicago Improv Festival Free Lunchbreak Performances. 2005 Mayor's Office of special events calendar. Come on summer!

Watched Open Water at my sister's house yesterday on pay per view. It was stressful to watch, the whole time everyone was commenting. Why aren't they swimming? Why don't they yell? armchair survivalists.

Today in history - The Unabomber was captured in 1996.
Toy flu bugs, sore throats, microbes.

Alright! A new cd and tour announced by Dwight Yoakam!

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Times are changing

Mental Floss Fact of the Day, It's Vicks Vaporub's fault that you get junk mail!

That explains it, mystery solved. Thank goodness for spell check, sometimes I forget to check. again. Here's one I mess up all the time. Other Grammar Traps.

Cripes, we have to change the clocks tomorrow. I like that it stays light later, but I hate changing my clocks. How long will it be before they are all changed...What time is it in Indiana? Of course there are always exceptions to the rule. I'm going to spend Monday emailing all my international contacts at work and ask them what time it is.

My niece Noel had a birthday while I was in Vegas, she's 17. Seems like it was just the other day when she was walking around with a lego bucket on her head crashing into stuff. She wants Demeter perfume for her birthday. I bought it at Sephora, they didn't have all of these scents. Some of those scents crack me up. I had a hard time picking out a scent for her. Too bad they didn't have dirt at Sephora, I would have gotten that. I didn't like the ones like Sugar Cookie and Tangerine. I ended up picking Gin and Tonic and Rain.

Friday, April 01, 2005

April's Fools Day

I was so shocked to see that Mitch Hedberg passed away. He was only 37 years old. My friend Marc and I just went to see him at a comedy club about a month ago. I'm sad. Here are some Mitch Hedberg quotes.

So there are a couple sites that you can find someone that wants to swap houses with you for vacation purposes, such as digsville, homelink, couchsurfing. It sounds like a cool idea, except I'm not sure I trust someone to stay at my house if I'm not there.

It looks like downtown Chicago will host lollapalooza on July 23-24. Can't wait to see what the line up will be.

Top 100 April Fool's Hoaxes of all time. History of April Fool's Day. Night.