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Archive for March, 2005

GRRRR ARRRGGHHH

Thursday, March 31st, 2005 by Dawn Summers

GRRRR ARRRGGHHH

Blogger’s instability over the last two weeks have broken me and my thriftiness. So….does anyone know a good web designer who can move me over to some other platform and set me up with my very own non-blogger url?

SCHINDLERS’ LIST INDEED

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

SCHINDLERS’ LIST INDEED

Schiavo’s parents sell list of “Terri’s supporters” to marketing company.

R.I.P JOHNNIE COCHRAN

Wednesday, March 30th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

R.I.P JOHNNIE COCHRAN

He had a tumor in his head and now he’s dead.

RANDOM THOUGHT #1,000,000

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

RANDOM THOUGHT #1,000,000

Ever realize how often you say “I don’t know,” when you really mean “I don’t care” ?

Slip Slidin’ Away

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

Slip Slidin’ Away
Something or someone or nothing and everything is pulling me away from New York.
I can’t imagine why.
There’s only one place that I have visited and left before that desperate need to be home practically overwhelmed me and really I can’t imagine a sober professional life in New Orleans, so moving there is out of the question.
I did some joke searches last week about free land grants in the Midwest. And wouldn’t you know, the very next day, Matt Lauer had a Today Show segment on it:
“Free land? Yes. The catch? You’ve got to move to Kansas,” was the tagline.
But more and more, I’m starting to think that’s not so much a catch as a lure. (I don’t fish, are those the same things?)
Kansas, prairies, long drives with the ipod, I am so there.
Even the prospect of taking the California bar doesn’t seem so daunting.
I had dinner recently with a college friend who moved out to Texas for two years and I listened jealously as she talked about her house and friends and bridge games.
(Well, not so much with the bridge — but I’m guessing I could teach Dallas how to play Hold ‘Em.)
Someone would say: “Hey, whatever happened to Dawn Summers?”
“Oh, haven’t you heard? She’s Mayor of Carson City now,” would be the reply.
But what happens the first time I’m out on the range and wolves attack?
Or rednecks.
Maybe, I’ll just retire to Florida early.

PROBLEM SOLVING

Monday, March 28th, 2005 by Dawn Summers


PROBLEM SOLVING

Evidently, the armed forces are having a tough time filling their ranks. Meanwhile, in other news the past 20 years has seen an unprecedented explosion of this country’s prison population.

Now, I ain’t no mathematicist, but I’d say the time has come for some kind of xXx(the movie not the adult industry) program where men with life sentences can volunteer to serve their time on the frontlines. It’s not everyday you’re going to find free labor.

BLOGGER PARTY

Monday, March 28th, 2005 by Dawn Summers


BLOGGER PARTY

Happened. Huge success. Gag order imposed.

NO FURY FOR SUN HUDSON

Monday, March 28th, 2005 by Dawn Summers


NO FURY FOR SUN HUDSON

Baby taken off life support against mother’s wishes.

But if Bill Frist gets his way, the hospital would have taken out all his organs first.

CUT & RUN CONDI?

Monday, March 28th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

CUT & RUN CONDI?

Condoleezza Rice is expected to support administration officials who want to leave even if what is left behind does not constitute perfection.

Maybe the Secretary of State is eyeing a White House bid after all….

Because I’m a sucker for the underdog

Monday, March 28th, 2005 by Dawn Summers

Because I’m a sucker for the underdog

Go Michigan State.