Jamba Juice Video

November 12, 2009 at 1:14 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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I am addicted to Jamba Juice.

Over the summer I house sat for my father and over the two weeks Original Citrus Squeezes served as entire meals twice a day. Jamba Juice is always within a 15 minute driving distance anywhere in the city (similar to Starbucks’ prevalence but less annoying).

I moved to Philadelphia for college two years ago and spiraled into a serious smoothie withdrawl. There is one cafe on campus that sells smoothies but they are pretty tragic. The nearest good smoothie shack is on Villianova’s campus, but I don’t have a car.

Che Faccia Tosta! I’ll let the song I made up on the way back from failing a calculus quiz tell you the rest:

and yes, I emailed this to them.

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the sexiest music on the net.

January 14, 2009 at 2:05 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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I owe this new niche in my life to an enlightening post by djhaley. Specifically this post.

Despite its simple (some might say unfortunate) name, LaLa.com seeks to deliver you from the iTunes powerhouse and its unendearing ways. LaLa users have access to the website’s 6 million song catalog and can listen to any and each song once all the way through. For Free. Continue Reading the sexiest music on the net….

The New Yorker’s Obama ‘oopsie doopsie’?

July 24, 2008 at 10:09 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Alright the whole media world seems to think this is a big deal. Okay. I’ll bite. The New Yorker’s most recent cover ignited the bloggers and news at 11. Every sentient joe with a sense of political or moral compass played the game indignant. Blasphemy!! Democrats howl. Republicans cackled, choosing to ignore the jab at their own political looking glasses. The New Yorker puffed out its chest: it’s satire, we are making fun of you duhh.

If you have no inkling of what I am rambling about…your rock is bigger than mine. And my rock is famously large. It shields me from celebrity relationship statuses and common sense – among other things. The cover in question is a cartoon depicting Obama in Muslim garb in the white house fist bumping his wife who is sporting a major afro and a terrorist -esque gun. Behind them is a framed picture of Osama Bin Laden and an American flag burning in the fireplace.

Every simpleminded negative stereotype is covered in this cartoon. Let’s break it down. Continue Reading The New Yorker’s Obama ‘oopsie doopsie’?…

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