Monthly Archives: March 2011

‘These Have Always Brought Me Luck…’

Heaven gained a voluptuous, jewel-encrusted, arched-eyebrow angel a few days ago when the world lost Elizabeth Taylor. La Taylor is basically the world’s most perfect movie star. Affairs, multiple marriages, great cleavage, a matchless jewelry collection, friendships with the likes … Continue reading

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What the World Needs Now is ‘90210’ as a Music Platform

Happy Friday, chickens. If you’re anything like me, you’ve had Rebecca Black’s earnest adolescent anthem/YouTube phenomenon “Friday” stuck in your head almost all day. Don’t get me wrong, I am not here to disparage Ms. Black or her song. After … Continue reading

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Some ’90s Heartthrob Akshun

Dear 1990s, Please send me the following: Colin Firth as Mr. Darcy: A sheepish-looking Hugh Grant: And, just to prove that I am capable of being infatuated with young-ish stars, and not just older British gents, Titanic-grade Leo: Thanks, Me … Continue reading

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It Was a Simpler Time…

The year was 1991. The film was Hot Shots. And the man…the man was Charlie Sheen. Call me an ignorant “troll,” but I’ll take Topper Harley over a Vatican-assassin warlock any day of the week.

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It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year

It’s the most wonderful time of the year They’ll be much green-a-glowing and tastebuds letting you knowing That Shamrock Shakes are here! It’s the most wonderful time of the year…             It’s the hap-happiest season … Continue reading

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E-lec-tric Youth!

On a bleak January day, the alarming and unmistakable sound of glass breaking halted all activity in the main lobby area of Forest Hills Elementary School. Before our eyes could show us what had happened, our noses gave us all … Continue reading

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Balki Bartokomous: Living the American Dream

Perfect Strangers was popular in my household as a kid. (My dad could never remember what it was called, and simply would ask if Funny Guys was on.) Who wouldn’t be charmed by this sitcom? You’ve got Balki Bartokomous, fresh off … Continue reading

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