Tuesday, March 27, 2007

sunburned and sick

Monday, March 26, 2007

working on my day off

Thursday, March 22, 2007


I'm not ignoring you, I've just got nothing to tell you.
  • Jeff Buckley’s “Greatest Hits” will be out in May.
  • Pete Doherty on the cover of Vogue Hommes.
  • I'm taking a long weekend as of now. Have a good one kids.
  • Tuesday, March 20, 2007

    colbert nation

    Friday, March 16, 2007

    am i wrong?

  • The Guardian has an interesting article on Nico. Like who knew she was a psycho racist?
  • OK so I’m all about women having a positive body image no matter what size they are... but am I wrong to think this is a bit much? (For the record, I think it’s just as inappropriate when dudes or even those super-hot Pussycat Dolls don’t wear shirts either!)
  • Happy St Paddy's Day tomorrow... Just remember that everything green that goes down can also come up the same colour so prepare thyselves!
  • Wednesday, March 14, 2007


    Tuesday, March 13, 2007

    no love for canadian fans (once again)

    Monday, March 12, 2007

    clap your hands if you're ready for a nap

    Sunday, March 11, 2007

    public service announcement

    I saw The Pipettes last night. It was freakin fabulous! Adorable girls and SUCH an entertaining show. It really made me wanna stop eating, take singing lessons, choreograph dance routines and replace everyhing in my wardrobe with polka dots. It was THAT fun. I highly recommend you check them out if given the chance.

    Thursday, March 08, 2007

    boo on bono

    This was in today's Popbitch. I thought is was interesting enough to share.

    >> Re-branding Bono <<
    Charity doesn't always begin at home

    Vanity Fair have invited "pop-humanitarian" Bono to be guest editor of the July issue, to try and "rebrand Africa". Some magazines have been sharing some other facts about Bono:
    * In the year since it was founded, his Red campaign (licensed to Gap, Motorola, Apple etc) has raised $18 million - but companies have spent $100 million to market it.
    * Bono doesn't invest his own money in Red.
    * Apple sells a Special Edition U2 iPod. Its profits are not donated to Red.
    * U2 made $389m from the recent Vertigo tour. Its revenue was then funnelled through companies mostly registered in Ireland and structured to minimize taxes.
    * U2 moved its music publishing company to the Netherlands from Ireland in June 2006, six months before Ireland ended a tax exemption on musicians' royalty income.
    * Richard Murphy, adviser to lobbying group the Tax Justice Network, says "This is somebody who's exceptionally rich taking the opportunity to shift his tax burden to somebody else, but then asking governments around the world to spend that tax take in the way that he would like."

    More on this:

    Wednesday, March 07, 2007

    when angry monkeys procreate

    Tuesday, March 06, 2007

    america's next slut who can't sing

    Monday, March 05, 2007

    "team canada: pain police"

  • There's ice falling from the CN Tower... So they've opted to completely shut down my route in to and out of the city. If it takes me more than 3 hours (that's how long it took me to get in to work this morning) to get home tonight I'm going to kick some CN Tower ass!
  • NME gave Arcade Fire's 'Neon Bible' a glowing review. So did the inferior snobs at Pitchfork. Oh and Stereogum reports how to band won't give in - not even to Paul Haggis.
  • The 15 year-old in me is kinda excited Placebo have announced a North American tour.
  • Pete Doherty's new low... Feeding joints to penguins. I wish I was making this up.
  • Kanye West: still an idiot.
  • Friday, March 02, 2007

    working from home