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June 2, 2011



What: I'll be reading from my memoir My Year With Eleanor

Where: Barnes & Noble Tribeca, 97 Warren Street, 212-587-5389

When: 6 p.m. on Wednesday June 8th.

Here's the link to the event!
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Published on June 02, 2011 23:14 • 23 views

May 4, 2011

This is what I was doing when I wasn't writing on this blog, which I promise to get back to soon. Meanwhile...hope you enjoy!



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Published on May 04, 2011 08:07 • 9 views

January 14, 2010

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Published on January 14, 2010 17:03 • 7 views

Today that something was:

We've obtained a photo of what appears to be Jesse McCartney lying naked on a bed, clad in nothing but a "G-string" made of candy.

[NY Post]
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Published on January 14, 2010 16:16 • 8 views

December 21, 2009



"A drunk 4-year-old is accused of stealing Christmas presents from his neighbors..."

And it really just goes from there. A story so rich that they don't even get to the cross-dressing angle until 50 seconds in.

News Channel 9
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Published on December 21, 2009 20:00 • 5 views

December 17, 2009



Me: Sometimes I'll be doing research for my book and randomly come across something that tickles me to the core. I was looking up something for my karaoke chapter this afternoon when I encountered this nugget from Wikipedia:

Both Salt and Pepa appeared on VH1's Hip Hop Honors in November 2004, as the trio were honorees. Spinderella did not attend.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Salt-n-Pepa

Jessica: Oooh. Was there a falling out with Spin, yo?

Me: Seems like they just went their separate ways. Pepa married the guy from Naughty by Nature. Salt tried a solo career as a Christian rap artist. Spin is now a radio personality in L.A. and her daughter recently appeared on an episode of My Super Sweet Sixteen. Interestingly, she's not the original Spinderella. They started out with a different one, but she was replaced after the first album and they just called the second one Spinderella, as well.

Jessica: If you took this individual email as a standalone dispatch, not part of a conversation...well, it'd be regarded as one of the most awesome emails ever.
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Published on December 17, 2009 06:39 • 11 views

December 2, 2009



...is the 7-foot Santa before they put on his head.

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Published on December 02, 2009 08:09 • 12 views

November 4, 2009

Florist: What do you want the card to say?

Me: Let’s go with ‘Happy 30th birthday.’

Florist: Anything else?

Me: 'And sorry again for vomiting on the floor at your party.'

Florist: [Silence]
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Published on November 04, 2009 14:34 • 9 views

October 25, 2009


Every now and then someone says, "You never update your blog anymore!" and I feel all guilty and shit. Then I start to write a blog post and remember that I'm still not done with my book, which I'm actually being paid to write. Then I feel even more guilty, abandon the blog post and go back to working on the book. So it goes. But I'll be back eventually. Promise!
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Published on October 25, 2009 13:08 • 12 views

September 20, 2009


Dunkin Donuts held a contest where people could vote on what kind of doughnut they'd like to see come to fruition. Introducing the Heath Bar-covered doughnut. Single-handedly saving you the trouble of opening a candy wrapper. Available for a limited time or until your heart explodes through your chest cavity. Putting that warning on the side was thoughtful, but I don't care how bad your nut allergy is -- the almonds are the least of your worries in this scenario.

I'm reminded of John Oliver's hilarious stand-up bit about the Dominos Oreo Pizza being the most patriotic of American foodstuffs, and how we should hang it from flagpoles:

"Because that is the biggest imaginable ‘fuck you’ you could possibly issue to terrorists. By hoisting the Oreo Pizza up a flagpole, what you’re essentially saying is, 'There is nothing you can do to us we are not already doing to ourselves.'"
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Published on September 20, 2009 14:23 • 9 views

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