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vince vaughn was a douche, but i met peter billingsley, aka ralphie from a chrstmas story!!!!!


yoooooou'll shoot your eye out!

he still has the lisp.
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I'm about to interview vince vaughn, anyone got any questions for him?

How about, how'd you get so fat Vince?
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Im preparing both mentally and spiritually to go to Tijuana to meet people in the mexican death metal circuit there.

Some day I am going to write about Mexico's representation in American literature. It's been seen as the true land of freedom, with the deregulation that the US is supposed to engender. In Westerns, the outlaws don't look to California to be...
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rileystclair:
i kept thinking keanu was a plant, too! but we talked to his alleged roommate at the bar so apparently he's the real deal. the spirit of keanu was indeed in the house that night!
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Im supposed to be writing two articles for tomorrow, one being a book review regarding "rap music's rise to prominence in the aftershock of Black power"

and the other about the new President of LACMA.

Instead I've had to much espresso, and I can't leave this site...

_nicole_:
oh bother? hmm.....
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So now I am officially blogging for NPR's News and Notes, check out my aggregating of African American News here:

http://www.npr.org/blogs/newsandviews/
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I've been writing this piece about the car art of the developing world, you know like those taxi's and buses that are painted all crazy colors and have drivers with very few teeth that somehow in that gaping cave of a mouth can somehow smile with more conviction than I can?

Im specifically writing about the Tap Taps of Haiti and the Jeepney...
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abevigoda:
I so want to do a photo essay of all the pre-embargo American cars in Cuba.

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_margot_:
I am dying out a bit as well. I just moved in with my best friend, and she and I have been imbibing quite a bit.

Happy New Year, new friend

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It's strange how homes can change into houses, and houses into homes.

I'd never think that LA would become my home, but now after 6 years of living here, I've put down roots. My house here in Culver welcomes me home with newspapers gathered in my driveway, my Christmas tree wilted, and junk mail reaching out to me from the mailbox.

I...
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Hiya,

I consider myself an adventure-seeker working in the medium of Los Angeles. Not fully a nerd or a dweeb, I engender a juxtaposition of both. I believe I can be catagorized as a neeb or a dwerd.

For a meager living I work as a writer for a fashion/arts/music magazine (while I'm finishing grad school), where I reluctantly interview sorta famous...
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