April 04, 2013
Some of my friends unknowingly give me weird looks or make derogatory comments when I talk about my work - well they asked, I can only hope they don't associate the man with the job. Well, so far, I still keep getting invited to go out so I guess I'm ok. Oh well, what the fuck, my main concern is the vegan cookies I'm eating from Trader Joes. How much is too much a day but they're so damn good. Regardless, business has been better because i picked up a couple of new clients.
The spring breaker.
Yes, I have seen Man on Fire starring Denzel Washington but I'm not worried about her getting kidnapped since her mom isn't some millionaire tycoon. The girl is just an ap student with her eyes wide open getting ready for college with good grades and a heavy dose of optimism.
Posted by yumyumcha at 07:55 PM
April 01, 2013
This is Harisu. Yea, dude looks like a lady albeit a very good looking lady. You go gu..irl!Posted by yumyumcha at 12:15 PM
March 27, 2013
Less "girls gone wild" and more an art film of an mtv generation, most pre pubescent boys are going to leave the theater in a wandered daze more so than rush out and buy a copy of barely legal magazine. Directed and written by Harmony Korine who also did Kids, Gummo and Mr. Lonely, this movie is a reflection of the why generation, their idea of fun and the consequences of a responsible less bubble. I don't know, does crazy shit really happen on spring break, maybe but definitely up to level 12 in spring breakers. 4 girls in college with not enough nickels to have fun, decide to rob a diner and off they go to join their peers in a crazy alcohol binge highlighted by nubile a&f models running around naked while sniffing cocaine and listening to white rappers sing. And than the cops show up, get put in jail but are bailed out by a creepy sleezy James Franco in dreads and gold toof. Oh wait, he's not just doing that out of the kindness of his heart? And than shit gets real. But that's the great part about the film since people act true to their character and behave exactly as they should given the situation and circumstances. Like no one staying in a haunted house where the previous tenants hung themselves. The ending is kinda funky but I'll let it pass.
Did I like this movie: Yes
March 26, 2013
Looks like I just pulled pork this sandwich out of the rain since the bread is all soggy and needs to be potty trained. It wasn't even in the paper wrapper long, from counter to the table. The honey wheat bread is too delicate otherwise this would be delicious, it still is but I was eating it like an Ethiopian since I was too lazy to go get utensils. Next time, get it on the french roll.
Sandwich: Pulled pork with chimichurri and lots of lettuce.
March 25, 2013
This is Sandra Wong. Just Sandra Wong but thats cool, in this world of trashy looking so called models with spectacular names, Sandra Wong is a.o.k.Posted by yumyumcha at 07:29 PM
March 21, 2013
Thrillers are always fun to watch but for some reason, the antagonist always seems to suffer a ridiculous brain aneurysm at the most inopportune time as in...oh hey, there's a bloody body on the floor, I'll just pick up the knife because that's what people do. Well, not normal people but I guess movie people do. So Halle Barry is a 911 operator when she receives a distress call from the victim of a serial killer held hostage in the trunk of his moving car. Berry tries to find the girls location by having her do alot of stuff besides yelling although it wouldn't have worked since the dude has the radio on really loud! The action is taut and engaging until he eludes everyone. Fortunately, cat woman does some nancy drew shit and stumbles on the hideout. But guess what, instead of calling her police officer boyfriend or pal at the call center or even just a friend, she decides to look further. And the fun starts again. If you can look past that little oversight, than everything is all good.
Did I like this movie: Yes
March 19, 2013
Chicken fried steak, a chunk of chicken deeply fried. Philly cheesesteak, not a chunk of cream cheese from Philadelphia - why is it even one word? I just don't understand the English language. Boo's Philly Cheesesteak peeps are originally from the city of brotherly love (which is actually kinda creepy in this day and age) who fortunately haven't metamophed their sandwiches into some "gourmet sandwich" since their stuff is good enough on its own. There's only one weird drawback to that, the canned mushrooms. Sure that's traditional but here in California, fresh mushrooms can be got year round. But what the hell, thats why I always get their Pizza Philly Cheesesteak. The tomato sauce is just the right kick to the tender slices of beef. Yum!
Place: Boo's Philly Cheesesteak