September 30, 2011

Summer 2008. Fullerton, California / San Francisco, California.

The last week has been miserably humid but now (now) I think Fall is definitely here. This weather let's everyone dress a lot chic-er and I love it. I don't feel like I'm skimping in this weather. I feel more decorated.

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Conan's kid flips off paparazzi.

D&G coming to an end.

Watch out for the Sexy Robber L.A.

The Trades book.

NFL: Sexual Orientation Protection.

Pitbull vs Barber Shop.

Support your local.

This is how all Korean's do karaoke -_-

Scott Schuman (The Sartorialist) is a joke.

Famous kids playdate.

Bank of America charging $5 for debit card purchases.

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I am a very fortunate girl. I think that I get lucky, a lot. Somehow, things always work out for me. Though lately, I don't know whether things actually work out or that I just see that the grass is greener or that every cloud has a silver lining. Sometimes, I think that this mentality comes from growing up religious--not the way you are born into religion, but in a way that I chose to go to church (without my parents) and had a really intense relationship with God. I trusted him and I think that I still carry that mentality.. to trust the world. To trust My Life. I trust that the energy I exude will bring me positivity.

We'll see how long that lasts.

Have a great weekend!

Puffin' smoke, high on dope

Killer Elite

Beau thinks it's weird that I like action movies. I would watch anything Jason Statham. Adding Robert DeNiro just makes it less embarrassing.

Don't stop 'til you get enough

September 29, 2011


There seems to be a lot of coverage on the news about bullying, anti-bullying laws and "cyber-bullying" these days. Since when did we get so concerned with what happens in our kids schools other than education (and food)? I get that there are claims that bullying leads to lower test scores, but I can't believe that the two truthfully coincide.

It's hard for me to say how I feel about all of the bullying in the media without vehemently claiming to side with Darwinism, but I do believe that people are starting to care too much about controlling every aspect of our natural lives, to the point where this younger generation is completely oblivious to the world and their own existence in it. If I make the analogy that life is like a playground and it's the survival of the fittest, people will take that the wrong way and think of me cold and ignorant--especially when things like this happen, because in no way am I saying that gay-teens are not fit to live in this world.

I don't condone bullying, but I don't condemn it. I do believe that it's part of growing up and everyone has either been victim or culprit to it. I think that both make up a person and excluding that form of fixed human nature takes away that natural sense of self that, I believe, we are destined to become. Human Nature is one of the most beautiful things in the world. Instinct as a new mind in the world is unbelievable. I will reiterate that bullying can be awful, hurtful, and lead to situations that break your heart, but.. (I'm scared to finish this sentence so I'll give you another one). But, a situation like this happens and you believe in the system. You can believe that children can take care of themselves, and letting them learn on their own is the only way for them to be able to exist in this shitty world.

In most aspects, I'm a romantic. But I don't believe in "the noble savage" or that we are all Blank Slates. You can be brought into the world a shitty person or a good person. In most senses, we are socially constructed individuals, but our instincts are the same. There is a natural order to the world that we can't suddenly decide to shift. And this has nothing to do with feminism or sexism or anything too political. It has to do with letting kids play without adults getting involved. School, whether you're the bully or the bullied, is awful and stressful. Being a kid is tough, especially these days, which is all the more reason to let them deal with things on their own--the way we did, the way our parents did, the way they all did. These new kids aren't special.

Note: Please click the links and please read Steven Pinker's book The Blank Slate

Rough nights

Thank Godric Liquiteria is a block away.

Hump day

September 28, 2011

Dulce para los ojos. Because it's one of those weeks.

Smiley Smiley Smiley

Blind monkey


In Dolce & Gabbana.

Magic Ken

September 27, 2011

Magic Ken has a website with some photos and stuff. Good dude.