Friday, November 16, 2007
Monday, October 08, 2007
For anyone sick of seeing those saccharine motivational posters in offices everywhere, there is cause for celebration. Despair.com has taken those same type of images and given them a twist. My favorite? "Mediocity: It Takes a Lot Less Time, and Most People Won't Notice the Difference Until It's Too Late."
Thursday, October 04, 2007
After three years that seemed to zip by, I graduated from Loyola Law School in May, took the California Bar Exam in July (a three-day endurance test), and was hired as a Research Fellow at the Williams Institute on Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy. Right now, I'm working on a study of HIV discrimination in dental care in Los Angeles County and updating figures on sexual orientation discrimination in employment for a law review article. In the meantime, I'm relaxing by taking a Chinese class and a voiceover class!
Monday, December 04, 2006
Thursday, November 09, 2006
Can I tell you how much I love Target? I just got back from my monthly shopping bonanza at the West Hollywood location (i.e., Targay), where I seldom get out for under $200. Forget the AIR WICK® Scented Oil X-Press™, which features "continuous fragrance plus an extra boost." Forget the method® foaming handwash, eucalyptus mint scent. I'm talking about Target's mind-blowing array of men's clothes. Bearing in mind that I inherited the bargain-shopping gene from my mom, I'm always on the hunt for value. Target blows them all away: Old Navy, Out of the Closet, Crossroads. I got a leather jacket (no doubt made by three-year-0ld Chinese orphans with missing fingers) for the ridiculous price of $120. I should probably feel guilty, but I don't, being a limousine liberal and all. Long live Targèt.