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Archive for November, 2006

Books, books, books!

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

I’ve abandoned my strategy of getting book reading suggestions from TV personalities…so, I turn to you!

What should I be reading? Comment up a storm! I’m looking for twenty good books.


Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

Dawn Summers is:

1. Petty
2. Vindictive
3. Sarcastic
4. Materialistic
5. Judgmental
6. Immature
7. Sensitive
8. Possessing of a long memory
9. Unforgiving
10. Evil

So, yes, “any little thing” will be considered an affront, will be remembered and will be avenged. If you subsequently complain about your punishment, you will be judged as stupid and mercilessly mocked to your face, behind your back and on this blog.

That is all.

Buffy: Season Eight

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

Ya heard me, Skinner.

Random Story that Makes Me Laugh

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

A few weeks ago, Alceste and I were on our way to the Air Conditioned City.
Before we started the drive, we stopped at a Dunkin’ Donuts.
The line snaked all the way to the back of the gas station convenience store.
We were at the very end of the line, so I decided to just grab some chips or chocolate rather than wait.
Less than a minute after we walked in, a mother and her son comes into the store. (It’s irrelevant to the story, but I always find this interesting, so I will share. The mom was white and the boy was african-american (or presumably, half african-american.) The boy looked about 11 or 12.
They come into the store and the mom looks at the line and says to the kid:
“Tyler, look at this line? Do you want to stand on this line for one donut?”
I try to help her out by getting back on the line, so that it now curves down the other aisle.
Tyler is not dissuaded.
“Yes, mom.”
She sighs, but the two of them get behind me.
A few seconds later, Tyler says:
“Mom can I get a yoo hoo?”
“Can I get a milk?”
“Can I get an orange juice?”
“How many donuts can I have?”
“I told you. One.”
Now Tyler sighs.
“So, we’re going to stand on this long line and just get one donut. That doesn’t make any sense.”
“That’s what I said. Let’s go.”
“No. Let me get another donut…or a drink.”
This is where I burst out laughing despite my valient efforts to snicker silently.
Ah, kids say the darndest things.

Ain’t that the truth

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

Dawn, the hardest thing in this world… is to live in it.

I’m totally gearing up for a massive Buffy marathon…how long do you think it would take to watch all seven seasons in a row…four days? a week?

‘Killer whale’ chooses to just send message

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

Sea World animal breaks trainer’s leg.

A killer whale that dragged a trainer underwater during a show at SeaWorld Adventure Park, breaking his foot, may be allowed to perform again, park officials said Thursday.

Eyewitnesses said the animals flipped it’s fins and added “you don’t want none of this,” as they heard the trainer’s bone snap.

H/T Tito

Uh…there’s a lot of posting without comment on this site lately

Thursday, November 30th, 2006 by Dawn Summers


Rosie O’Donnell said Wednesday on “The View” that Spears should stop bonding with Hilton and move in with her, her partner Kelli and their kids so she could have a “stable family around her.”

Can the mother of two young sons return to the sexy yet sweet Britney of yore?


And just like that, we have a new quote of the day

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

“What is it with you people? I WILL NOT HAVE SEX WITH YOU ON THE PLANE” – F-train after Karol and I both independently asked him what flight he was taking to Las Vegas.

Quote of the Day

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

“Why do I feel like that just made you hate him more? I could hear the hate increasing.” –Karol, who might just know me a little too well.

Time to change it up.

ABC cancels ‘The Nine’

Wednesday, November 29th, 2006 by Dawn Summers

LOS ANGELES, California (Hollywood Reporter) — ABC’s low-rated freshman drama “The Nine” — about the aftermath of a botched robbery and hostage situation — has been taken off the schedule, effective immediately.

Seven episodes of “The Nine’s” 13-episode order have aired. On Wednesday, the final night of the November sweeps, ABC will air a special “20/20” in the low-rated serialized drama’s 10 p.m. slot.

I don’t know what’s worse, that I will lose $20 or that Fisch was right.

Ugh or that Audrey might now come back to 24.