Tuesday, January 31, 2006

how to pass the time in the jfk jet blue terminal while operating on very little sleep

by posting on my blog, of course.

item 1: a very stupid woman in front of me on the metal detector line woke up this morning and thought it would be a great idea to wear as much jewelry as humanly possible. seriously, you're going to a friggin' airport. do you think they're gonna give you a pass through security? "oh, well, she's wearing tons of jewelry. surely, she's not armed." being in new york and still being a new yorker, i just stared at her with this look that basically said, "are you friggin' kidding me, lady?" even mr. t would tone it down if he had enough money to fly.

item 2: i've given up on the knicks this year. but let the record show that they gave up first. so enough about them and onto a team worth my effort - mainly because they actually give some. even after last night's heartbreaker against the flyers, i can't believe how great the rangers look this year. this hendrik lundquist is just fantastic for a rookie goaltender. scratch that - for any goaltender. i can't believe i'm actually gonna have a rooting interest in this year's playoffs. fancy that.

item 3: if anyone believed the armageddon was going to happen after david hasselhoff covered steeler's wheel, then buckle up.

item 4: just seconds before the oscar nominations are announced, so here's mine for best picture: "brokeback mountain", "crash", "capote", "munich" and "good night and good luck". and, for the record, my choice is "good night and good luck".

item 5: it's still real to him, dammit. the crying wrestling fan defends himself and the world offers him its shoulder.

item 6: i need to catch my plane. hopefully i'm not sitting next to jewelryoverloadwoman. see you on the flip side.

1 comment:

Jaime Schwarz said...

Linda once told me when art directing something to look amateur that it takes real talent to look this bad. You know what, I think it didn't take any to make that hasselhoff video. But thanks for reminding me that he's still out there making "that."