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« on: September 18, 2004, 05:14:20 PM »
I want to go watch a movie w/ one of my new friends from school. We said that we should go watch Napolean Dynamite since both of us want to go see it. However, yesterday I saw an ad for Wimbledon and it looks so cute. Should I ask to change the itinerary?
« on: September 13, 2004, 12:44:15 PM »
So my sister was disappointed that I stayed in Saturday night studying so I promised her that I would go to the Palms pool w/ her on Sunday. So my sister, and our friends, Jamie, and Danielle (pictured in the avatar) go there and can't find any seats or lounge chairs. So this girl in the pool just starts yelling, "Hey girls, hey girls." She tells us to set up in her cabana and order whatever drinks we want since her bf will pay for it. We were kinda skeptical thinking that there was some sort of catch but it turns out this female dog was so f-ing cool. We meet some of her friends. She's a model in LA, her bf came later b/c he was in a private meeting w/ the owner of the casino, George Maloof. They keep telling us to go to the Maroon 5 concert tonight w/ them since they have VIP tickets and a box suite.
So once the pool closes we go up to the Hugh Hefner suite where they're staying. We order room service and other ppl that we met at the pool also come up there and it's basically a little party. Eventually we go home and change and come back for the concert. Afterwards we went to the Ghostbar and talked w/ the band, got free drinks, and went gambling w/ $30,000 in chips. My friend, Danielle's feet hurt, so the guy tells her that he'll just buy her new shoes. He had Louis Vuitton shoes sent over just for her. Meanwhile, our friend Jamie and the model, Cynthia go up to the Real World suite w/ the band. Personally, the guys in the band are ugly as @#!* and so God damn dorky, but you know models...everything is about furthering their careers.
They had to leave today for to play golf in Cali, but said that they come back often since they have to do business w/ the casino and will definitely give us a call. The funny part is that none of us did ANYTHING w/ these guys. We just all had fun and one of them was married anyways.
« on: August 24, 2004, 01:31:00 PM »
I had sooo much fun. My bf and I got into a fight so I just went out w/out him. My sister took me to Light the nightclub at Bellagio since I've never been to a club inside the US. This is the same club where Paris Hilton celebrated her 21st b-day. When we got there, there was a HUGE line, but since she knows one of the door guys, we just walked right past the line and waited for him to look over at us and let us in. Inside the place was packed w/ a ton of girls, which sucked for us, but we did get free drinks and shots from one of the bartenders that she knows and danced w/ some guys.
We left to go over to Whiskey Sky at the Green Valley Ranch and met up w/ some friends that were there. We stayed there for a few hours until some of her guy friends wanted to go the Spearmint Rhino. So that's where we went next. I was actually suprised at how much like a regular club it was since there were a lot of girls there w/ their bfs. I looked over and one girl was licking the stripper's ass. That was really gross. All in all, I still didn't like being there. By the time we left to go home, it was 6am. I couldn't believe that we stayed out all nigjt.
« on: August 19, 2004, 02:49:14 PM »
Alright. So today I'm going to go lunch w/ these two girls that I've been emailing back and forth w/ and we are in the same classes.
I'm actually kinda nervous for some reason. I'm hoping that this could become a good study group, but what if we don't really get along? That would mean that I would have to shop for a new study group during orientation. I like meeting ppl but I just get so shy in very large groups of ppl that I don't know.
« on: August 05, 2004, 12:58:17 PM »
I read the real story about the couple in the NYT and another one about the NY couple who based the movie Open Water from that story.
I'm dying to see it even though I know I'll never go passed my knees in the ocean. For some bizarre reason, I'm curious to know what it'd be like to think you were going to die and be eaten by sharks.
« on: August 05, 2004, 11:37:55 AM »
I'm just trying to get the conversation flowing.
Mine is probably express.
« on: July 30, 2004, 12:38:23 PM »
Okay, I love the new MTV commercials. You know the one where the old guy pretends to have a heart attack and then tells his panicking family that he punk'd them. The one where the husband tells his wife that she doesn't know how to love like Jessica Simpson does and she suspects him of cheating. And lastly the one where the pregnant lady is getting an ultrasound and the doctor tells her that the unborn baby is working the camera like Britney.
I laugh every time I see these.
« on: July 27, 2004, 02:39:25 PM »
Yes, God bless the Chinese. I went to Ikea yesterday and found nice, white dinner plates for $.50 a piece that of course were made in China. The price was so great that I got 8 of each kind, ie. dinner, bowls, salad.
Dude, for whoever thinks that we need to keep our manufacturing jobs here, I say @#!* that. When I had the choice to buy American made plates at $100 a set or $12 for two sets...uh I went w/ the obvious.
Well...there's no real point to this other than as a woman I feel the need to alert shoppers of sales, especially since many of us are moving.
« on: July 25, 2004, 10:51:39 AM »
I need to find this site that I've visited before but no longer remember the name or web address. It's one where law students fill out surveys about their law schools. It's similar to epinions.com and vault.com but better since it has more info, at least in my case, and it's completely free to view. It had pictures of the school building for all schools and ranked them according to stars.
« on: July 23, 2004, 04:56:12 PM »
Okay, here's the story from US Weekly Aug. 2 (I got it today in the mail).
Is Jessica's IQ Really 160?
She may have not know the difference between chicken and tuna, but Jessica Simpson's no dummy. Or so says her mother, Tina. In August's Vanity Fair, Mom boasts that the Newleyweds star, 23, scored 160 on an IQ test (100 is average) in the fifth grade. "And, you know, that's like genius level."
One problem: Hardly anyone reaches that score. "Even if you had a 145 or 146 IQ, you'd be beating more than 99.8 percent of the population," Dr. G. Frank Lawlis, supervisory psychologist for Mensa, tells US. People with high IQs, he adds, typically are interested in mathematics, physics and puzzles. "Ask her what she likes to do," he says. "If none of the activities are based on academic pursuits, it's highly unlikely."
At a July 16 concert Simpson told a fan, "I'm addicted to shopping and accessories. I love spending money!" Hmm...