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Picture 2…but if you insist, you can speak to her publicist, read her blog, or buy her upcoming book “Life as Jude Laws’ Baby Mama.” Okay, not really. It’s still what I expect from Samantha Burke after she holds a press conference to announce she wants privacy. Last time I checked, you don’t hold press conferences if you want less media attention.

[via Huff Post]

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Tomorrow morning I leave for New York, and I decided that it was time to prepare for my trip in a new way. I’ve already been using Twitter search to find some cool places and learn about real people’s experiences. Now, as seen in this blog post, I’m using Flickr.

A simple search of “favorite place New York,” and, hey, look at that. Results.

So thanks to Flickr users I can now see through their camera lens these great places. I can visit the fountain at Bryant Park. I can try out some breakfast at Square Diner. If I’m not hungry, but in need of inspiration, I can go to the New York public library to consult the marble statues.

Bam, no need to buy a $20 travel guide.

Click here to see all the results for the search query “favorite place New York.” Trust me, I left you a lot of treasures to discover on your own. 🙂

{Katz pic by jasonyungny}

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picture-13Ah, digital love! Pixels zooming through the wireless cloud to give a little smile to someone you love. Your digital love could be one of Facebook’s gifts, a Twitter @reply to tweet “I ❤ U,” or just a simple ecard.

Granted, it’s not a bouquet of fresh cut flowers, and it’s not a dinner date with your sweetie. But it’s cute.

And all you Vday haters can drop your weapons because today isn’t just about romantic love. Use it as a day to call your mother, tell your friends that you appreciate them, and maybe even have a JD-Turk guy love moment.

Did you see Friday the 13th? Jason killed a lot of people. He just popped out, and boom dead. I guess I’m trying to say life is too short to not spread some love, even if it’s digital.

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I just read the post from Pink is the New Blog that Miley Cyrus is being sued by a Southern California woman for the pic seen below. Guess how much? 4 Billion. 4 freaking billion dollars.

In my original post on this story (also below), I stated my feelings that people were getting overheated about the antics of an immature girl. Teenagers are dumb, and yes it’s racist. No, it’s not worth a whole organization publicly attacking Miley, or is it worth 4 billion in damages.

The case will probably be sided towards Miley. Even though, she is a deserving idiot. What’s your guess?

Original Post: (Feb 3, 2009)

miley-cyrus-asian-racist-photoWe’ve got to give the 16 year old a break. But first…

Let me catch you up on the situation. That’s Miley Cyrus in the pic. Her and her friends are pulling their eyes to look like Asians. Racially offensive?

The OCA seems to think so. They’re an Asian-American advocacy group. They want an apology from Ms. Cyrus because they believe her behavior will encourage other youth to be racially insensitive.

Now, what’s the difference between hate and goofin’ off?

That seems to be the age old question. Can we tease each other about race without offending a whole organization? If the OCA gets its apology, will the Asian-American agenda record it as progress. Think about that, in the scope of Asian history:

Tuesday February 3, 2009 the Asian community finally took a stand against immature 16 year olds! They have long oppressed us with their “Me Chinese, me play joke” hate speeches, but we can proudly say we have struck a blow.

Yes, Miley is a role model. And yes, she’s a retard who eats ketchup alone. But we know that lessons on race sensitivity begin in the home. The parent passes their views to the child, and the child chooses to accept them or not. They’re constantly learning. They are always looking and listening to our examples. Don’t attack the insensitive and the immature; Shine the light on more Asian role models. After all, there is a reason why the Asian-American community is proud and strong. Don’t let Miley fucking Cyrus hurt that pride because she’s acting like any dumb kid.

Pick your battles. And Miley…goddamn, WTF…

(And, for the record, I don’t think it’s offensive that I used the word retard up there. People, stop being so sensitive!)

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This is a quick post. I just saw the coraline commercial, and the reviews, while good, sound like they’re bankhanded compliments.

“Best film of the year…”

when it’s only been a month…

“Best film in 3D…”

But..not a good film compared to normal ones?

It’s a sloppy commercial. The plot isn’t clear, and the audio always sounds off. Seeing Friday the 13th made me want to see Jason slash Coraline in half with his machete. Now, that’d be a good commercial.

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x1ul7Holy cash cow, Batman… Er… I mean, crap, I’m not good at this whole comic thing. Batman has nothing to do with Marvel, but I couldn’t think of a good attention getter with a marvel character. “Slashing adamantium, Wolverine!” uh…” Thrashing thor”…

Okay, I’ll stop being lame.

According to Appleinsider, Marvel and iTunes will be a dynamic duo. (Shit, another DC ref.) You will be able to download some “motion comics” from the popular online media store.

Look, Stan Lee and Steve Jobs want your money. You can resist, but I bet you’ll end up spending money. They are good at getting people to spend money…

Now what is a motion comic? Eh, I really don’t care, but it’s a comic that combines their artwork, some animation, sound, and character voices… Sounds great, guys…

Nerds, imagine it. Next time you’re out of the house (Does that happen? Do you leave your homes?) you’re not bored because you’re experiencing your motion comic on your iPhone or iPod Touch. All your nerdgasms will be fulfilled by the rich digital color and sound of – crap I’m running out of superheroes – the Hulk smashing some crap.

Sound cool?

jump to Appleinsider’s post. They’re nicer….>>

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miley-cyrus-asian-racist-photoWe’ve got to give the 16 year old a break. But first…

Let me catch you up on the situation. That’s Miley Cyrus in the pic. Her and her friends are pulling their eyes to look like Asians. Racially offensive?

The OCA seems to think so. They’re an Asian-American advocacy group. They want an apology from Ms. Cyrus because they believe her behavior will encourage other youth to be racially insensitive.

Now, what’s the difference between hate and goofin’ off?

That seems to be the age old question. Can we tease each other about race without offending a whole organization? If the OCA gets its apology, will the Asian-American agenda record it as progress. Think about that, in the scope of Asian history:

Tuesday February 3, 2009 the Asian communtiy finally took a stand against immature 16 year olds! They have long opressed us with their “Me Chinese, me play joke” hate speeches, but we can proudly say we have struck a blow.

Yes, Miley is a role model. And yes, she’s a retard who eats ketchup alone. But we know that lessons on race sensitivity begin in the home. The parent passes their views to the child, and the child chooses to accept them or not. They’re constantly learning. They are always looking and listening to our examples. Don’t attack the insensitive and the immature; Shine the light on more Asian role models. After all, there is a reason why the Asian-American community is proud and strong. Don’t let Miley fucking Cyrus hurt that pride because she’s acting like any dumb kid.

Pick your battles. And Miley…goddamn, WTF…

(And, for the record, I don’t think it’s offensive that I used the word retard up there. People, stop being so sensitive!)

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