"Monday through Friday the head of White House Correspondence delivers ten letters to be read by the President, choosing among letters that are broadly representative of the day’s news and issues; ones that are broadly representative of President’s intake of current mail, phone calls to the comment line, and faxes from citizens; and messages that are particularly compelling.
Some of these, maybe two or three each day, the President responds to in his own hand.”
Em:when i was drunk i tried to make a fake 25 things list but crapped out around #17. Bennigan's wanted to name a cocktail after me, but negotiations ultimately ended after a hostile argument concerning the exact proportions of Peach Schnapps and Bailey's Caramel Liqueur.
E:14. Before production was canceled due to "cast legal problems" I was supposed to appear as "Darling Child Extra #2" in The Naked Gun 44 and 1/4: Quartered and Drawn. Thanks for nothing, OJ.
M:15. I'm a sexual predator.
Em:11. When I was six my mom told me that men love it when women share their every twisted, dark neurosis as early as possible in a relationship, preferably while sobbing. LOL she's teh smartest!
M:18. I know all the cheat codes for Street Fighter II. Even the one to make Chung Li take her top off.
Em:9. I know where Jimmy Hoffa's body is buried, but so far no one's ponied up my requested award (a pack of Strappleberry Juicy Fruit and a gentle, yet firm, hug) for such information.
There needs to be a fashion-based reality show where a stylist helps people plan outfits for multiple, disparate events in one night. Like, oh, just to pick something totally random, a Saturday night that includes both:
- a friends’ band’s EP release party at a hipper-than-thou H Street club/subsequent dance party
- a “beer blast” at a new co-worker’s house with the entire office, which is to say, a ton of 30something historians playing flipcup and cracking jokes about the Crimean War.
Newly elected Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele plans an “off the hook” public relations offensive to attract younger voters, especially blacks and Hispanics, by applying the party’s principles to “urban-suburban hip-hop settings.”
The RNC’s first black chairman will “surprise everyone” when updating the party’s image using the Internet and advertisements on radio, on television and in print, he told The Washington Times.
But, he elaborated with a laugh, “we need to uptick our image with everyone, including one-armed midgets.”
BAHAHAHAHHAHA. Trying. Too. Hard.
If Steele is serious about this, he should know the proper term is “limb-challenged little people.”
Overslept by 30 minutes, blinked out a contact lens almost as soon as I woke up, had to walk home from K’s place half-blind in yesterday’s boots that started out cute and comfy but ended the day with me wanting to saw off my feet at the ankles.