-As highly unlikely it is that I ever become a famous government leak, if so, I'd really appreciate a cool nickname. "Deep Throat" is not such a nickname.
-Alison Krauss could very well be the first bluegrass artist on crack.
-Apparently The Iliad isn't the most exciting book ever written. Either that, or I'm just not that committed.
-I really don't think there's anything wrong with having a mimosa during breakfast.
Even on weekdays.
At 7 am.
I mean, right?
-In 23 days, Li'l Kim will face sentencing regarding a guilty charge in a 2001 shootout.
I'm not sure what I'll do if she's put in the slammer. I mean, have you heard "Not Tonight"?? Not only an outrage, this might be one of the biggest tragedies of the 21st Century.
-What the hell ever happened to Sarah McLachlan?
-I actually don't care what the answer is.
-In practical terms, nothing really matters. When speaking impractically, everything does.
-Let it be knownst throughout the land that, yes, you can look up other people's phone numbers while you are on your cell phone. Got that dad?
-Speaking of my dad, welcome back after 3 years in Bucharest!
-Also, congratulations to my cousin Katie who yesterday became engaged!
-A whole round of younger high school friends recently graduated college. To them, I say:
"Just follow your dreams. Even if they lead you to a shitty shitty place, in reality it can't be shitty because your dreams led you there."
-I'm not one of those people who was obsessed with Bob Edwards. But I have to admit that after a year of Steve Inskeep & Renee Montagne, I wish NPR had used better decision-making skills.
Please don't tell NPR I said that.
-Two numbers total 96 when added together. One is three times as large as the other. What are the numbers?
-Let's just say that the "readership poll" didn't really turn out the way I thought.
Oh, 'the way I thought' was that more than 7 people read my blog.
So, thanks liz, spoon, molly, allie, eric, kelly and ren. You guys are the best. Sniff sniff.
-I'm over that now.
-I used to have a weird thing for knowing about all the different Gore-Tex parkas on the market. I don't have that thing anymore.