Thursday, May 27, 2004

I misread the post below at first. Thought she was looking for someone to sell her their ID, leaving them with just an ego and superego I guess. Catharsis by my window, like the waves down on the beach.

Technology and the internet bring people together in new and exciting (and possibly felonious) ways -- and Jessica, bless her, needs a drink:

Want to help a girl out?
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Date: 2004-05-26, 2:46AM EDT

I'm going to be straightforward. I am 20 yr. old Arizona State U. student`I and was wondering if anybody wanted to sell me their id. I just want one to get in and out of the bars while I'm in NYC for the summer, and a friend told me that a real that doesn't look like you is better than a fake that does look like you. Naturally, if I get caught with it, you don't get in trouble, they just mail it back to your address. I'm 5'7, 150, blonde hair, brown eyes, and really tan ( Last id I had was a 230, 5'4, brunette with blue eyes from Illinois and it worked everywhere in AZ, Vegas and LA) So if you feel you can help out my situation, please email me. Thanks- Jessica

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Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Guardian Unlimited | Arts news | Stradivarius saved from future as novelty CD rack: "A valuable Stradivarius cello narrowly escaped conversion into a handsome CD rack after being found in a Los Angeles skip, it was reported yesterday." RSS Feed for

Monday, May 17, 2004

Victor Davis Hanson on Rumsfeld and Iraq on National Review Online
EPICURIOUS: RESTAURANT: THE CORNER TABLE: "Looking for a way to ease your guilt when you dump that supersize tub of ice cream into your shopping cart? Londoners are about to one-up Americans on the multitasking front, with the debut of the world's first workout shopping cart. The Trim Trolley (yes, it's really called that) is about to roll into the aisles of the Tesco supermarket in Kensington for a trial run. "

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

gq plus @ "Four years into an embattled Bush administration, Colin Powell is hard at work at something he's never had to worry about before: salvaging his legacy."
BBC NEWS | England | Southern Counties | Bogus cop pulls over real police