Monthly Archives: February 2007

Truffles Grow Amongst My Roots

My mother sent me this article, which had made its way onto the NYTimes.com most emailed list, about the growing of black truffles in a small town in the corner of East Tennessee. It is, in fact, Chuckey, a small … Continue reading

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Little Debbie is Very Very Naughty. But Good.

Where’s My Jetpack has a funny post about one of my favorite food brands, Little Debbie, along with the above hilarious photo of Debbie having a drag off a cancer stick. I was recently having a discussion with a work … Continue reading

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And a Good Morning to Ya!

My latest parenting incident included copious amounts of vomit.

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And the Oscar Goes To

The entries at our Oscars party on Sunday; everyone had to bring a dish that they named for an entry or nominee. I will note that the entrants with bean dip, “The De-Farted,” were unable to attend, but are recognized … Continue reading

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23. Wrong Number.

As Verna Broccoli knows, and my buddy Todd Beeton, it’s really all about the number 22. Which why reading the awful reviews of the Jim Carrey, Joel Schumacher flick, “23,” is perhaps so pleasurable. What’s interesting on the Metacritic.com 23 … Continue reading

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Gas Station of the Future

BP has opened up a new gas station at the corner of Olympic & Robertson up the street from our place. It’s been cloaked behind giant fabric walls printed with green blades of grass for months – which hints at … Continue reading

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The Grove’s Trolley of Terror!

Do not get on this contraption. Above everything else in LA, nothing reminds me more that people have a false sense of security about terror attacks than the trolley at The Grove. If Department of Homeland Security officials want creative … Continue reading

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America, for Spacious Aisles.

There’s a new WalMart Supercenter out in Rosemead, where I had headed out for a client meeting. It’s so huge, it’s overwhelming. It also smells like the inside of a new piece of cheap plastic luggage. It would take hours … Continue reading

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Scene from a Freeway

On the way out to the San Gabriel Valley for a client meeting, I was stopped on an exit ramp in Rosemead. We had some cold rain for a few days, and now the skys are crystal clear, and there … Continue reading

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Kim Chee is the New Thing in 2007.

Write that down. Puno joined our creative team recently. Among other things, she is Korean and has promised to take us out for fried chicken and beer in Koreatown. If, as she says, kim chee is the new thing, then … Continue reading

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