The People's Exhibit A (davidology) wrote,
The People's Exhibit A

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It's time, Imedla

This morning when I pulled my closet door, I heard a snap followed by much tumbling. The shoe rack (formerly) attached to the door experienced a catastrophic failure. This may be a sign that I have too many shoes (I only really wear about a half dozen of them). This is all that is left, and how my closet looks at the moment. Time for my 20% off coupon and I to go to Bed, Bath, and Beyond, whip out the Bob Villa toolbelt, and get to work.

This past weekend I ice skated for the second time ever at the Blades Gay Hockey League fundraiser thingy. Picture, me, on ice skates, skating to ABBA, saying, "I'm gonna die. I'm gonna die," as I went barreling down the slippery ice, and you pretty much have the event in a nutshell for me. Actually, I had much fun doing non-weho things. Once again, I did not fall ONCE. Go, me!

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This week I bought the domain I'm not really sure why. I just have a problem buying domains I don't need. I guess I could set it up to have email. Might be fun to have an email address at hehe. Add it to the list. Maybe I'll come up with something creative for it later.

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I saw I, Robot yesterday evening. It's actually not horrible. I would say I stayed entertained, but a little too campy of an ending. The worst part? The nauseating product placement from Converse. Showing him wearing the high tops would have been more than enough. Bringing them into the dialog with "My Converse high tops circa 2004" was over the top and made it go to uber lame, hella fast. But anywho... it's worth seeing, although I'd go somewhere for $10—not worth the $14 at the Bridge.

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Charlotte's new CD is on Amazon, complete with picture now, and available for pre-ordering (hint hint). I'll even give you the link. You should buy it! Or two... or three! You can't have too many. They make great gifts. Click here NOW. Do it for the children!

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