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Jan 25, 2010

So we attended Will.I.Am 's "Who Killed The Music?" Art Exhibit

It was a fabulous event and we were happy to be there! 1st off the location of the fantastic thing was downtown LA rooftop. Amazing DJ, great lighting, well catered and GREAT exhibits!
Will.i.Am did a wonderful job of putting together some key pieces that showcased a variety of talents, in an atomsphere that is scarcely available in Los Angeles. It was a breath of fresh air and night to raise awarness and even generate some $$ and interest in his cause.
Well Done Will.I.Am

Jan 4, 2010

The Lovely Blue Moon Dec 31, 2009 - FYI

The most literal meaning of blue moon is when the moon (not necessarily a full moon) appears to a casual observer to be unusually bluish, which is a rare event. The effect can be caused by smoke or dust particles in the atmosphere, as has happened after forest fires in Sweden and Canada in 1950 and 1951, and, notably, after the eruption of Krakatoa in 1883, which caused the moon to appear blue for nearly two years. Other less potent volcanos have turned the moon blue, too. People saw blue moons in 1983, for instance, after the eruption of the El Chichon volcano in Mexico, and there are reports of blue moons caused by Mt. St. Helens in 1980 and Mount Pinatubo in 1991.

On September 23, 1950, several muskeg fires that had been smoldering for several years in Alberta, Canada suddenly blew up into major--and very smoky--fires. Winds carried the smoke eastward and southward with unusual speed, and the conditions of the fire produced large quantities of oily droplets of just the right size (about 1 micron in diameter) to scatter red and yellow light. Wherever the smoke cleared enough so that the sun was visible, it was lavender or blue. Ontario, Canada and much of the east coast of the U.S. were affected by the following day, and two days later, observers in England reported an indigo sun in smoke-dimmed skies, followed by an equally blue moon that evening.

The key to a blue moon is having lots of particles slightly wider than the wavelength of red light (0.7 micron)--and no other sizes present. This is rare, but volcanoes sometimes spit out such clouds, as do forest fires. Ash and dust clouds thrown into the atmosphere by fires and storms usually contain a mixture of particles with a wide range of sizes, with most smaller than 1 micron, and they tend to scatter blue light. This kind of cloud makes the moon turn red; thus red moons are far more common than blue moons

Jan 1, 2010


Doesn't this look like if you were to sit in this tub you would BE the tea bag in a cup!!! - Cool modern bathtub tho


1. Eat more cheese
2. Have "who can watch the MOST tv" marathons with dear friends
3. Drink lots of coffee
4. Start eating cheetos and doritos again
5. Pack on at least 5-10 more pounds
6. Take up Crystal Meth
7. Never Return people's phone calls
8. Have farting and burping contest with strangers
9. Definitely more farting and burping contests
10. Read all of Danielle Steels novels
11. Frequent as many strip cubs as possible and the talented ladies ALL my COINS
12. Try to wear my house slippers EVERYWHERE
13. Impatience... more impatience
14. Never again frequent a gym/nail salon/dentist/or doctor
15. Spend more time AWAY from family and friends


Its a New Year people! Its 2010 and I hope you all did something to bring in the new year... What exactly does the new year mean? It means resolutions like "I will no longer smoke cigarettes" or "I will lose 50 pounds this year" or "I will no longer take anymore shit from my boss/boyfriend/people at work/my neighbor etc." I am aware of the fact that there are people who believe that the first day of a new year is like any other day and they make no changes and no resolutions... but what would be the fun in that? I think we all need something to believe in. Everything can't always stay the same.. something has to turn over and begin anew. Something bigger than a new week or a new day or a new month, but rather a new year. An opportunity to erase the last one if you like. What ever you want it to be really. I think in general the New Year is meant to be a new start. A New start at "what" is the general question? What will be a new start for you n 2010? What will "matter" for you this "New" different (even special) Year??