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05 March 2018 @ 12:03 am

(Okay, so maybe Ross and NPH aren't friends, but having the two of them together in a picture is still made of awesome.)
26 February 2012 @ 05:50 pm
TV Questionnaire

List 5 favorite shows (In no particular order) and answer questions accordingly
1. Parks and Rec
2. Modern Family
3. How I Met Your Mother
4. Supernatural
5. Everwood

Whenever I look back on the best days of my life, I think I saw them all on TVCollapse )
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Current Location: United States, Utah, Layton
23 May 2011 @ 11:36 pm
In three words, how would you describe Lady Gaga?
Unique, dramatic, performer
31 December 2010 @ 02:15 am
I've been reading a lot lately, so I figured I should keep track of the books I've read... Inspired by cartoondoggy .

Incurable - John Marsden
We'll be Here for the Rest of Our Lives: A Swingin' Show-biz Saga - Paul Shaffer

Circle of Flight - John Marsden
One Child - Torey Hayden

The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism Is Seducing America - Dr Drew Pinsky
The Tiger's Child - Torey Hayden

Paul McCartney: A Life - Peter Ames Carlin

Live From New York: An Uncensored History of Saturday Night Live - Tom Shales and James Andrew Miller

The Long Hard Road Out Of Hell - Marilyn Manson

Kick Me: Adventures in Adolescence - Paul Feig
Always Looking Up: The Adventures of an Incurable Optimist - Michael J Fox

Unsweetined - Jodie Sweetin
Here's The Deal: Don't Touch Me - Howie Mandel
My Booky Wook: A Memoir of Sex, Drugs, and Stand-Up - Russell Brand

My Point...And I Do Have One - Ellen DeGeneres
The Funny Thing Is... - Ellen DeGeneres

The Show I'll Never Forget: 50 Writers Relive Their Most Memorable Concertgoing Experience - Sean Manning
With a Little Help from My Friends: The Making of Sgt. Pepper - George Martin

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone - JK Rowling
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets - JK Rowling
Coming Home To Myself - Wynonna Judd
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban - JK Rowling

Zero Regrets - Apolo Ohno
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - JK Rowling

Count: 24
17 October 2010 @ 11:02 pm
I have other things I want to post (still working on part 2 of the Hanson concert ;) ), but I stumbled across this and wanted to give it a go.

99 Things To Do Before You DieCollapse )
Current Location: United States, Utah, Layton
Current Mood: nervousnervous
01 October 2010 @ 03:32 am
I just had the night of my life. More later. :)
21 March 2010 @ 02:05 am
What's the first major news event that you remember hearing about as a child? Where did you learn about it? How did it impact your world view?

If it counts, the very first major news I remember hearing is that Lucille Ball had died. I was in the living room with my mom and it came on the news. My mom was sad about it and I remember thinking it was sad because I kinda recognized her, but I don't remember much else. I was only five!

I remember watching a lot of news reports about the Gulf War when I was in 1st grade. Our teacher's husband was fighting in the war, so she was obviously very invested in it. My biggest memory from that is watching President Bush (the first) give a speech. Our teacher asked if anyone knew who it was. Cassi rose her hand and said it was George Washington. She knew who it was, the wrong name just slipped out. It was pretty funny though.

I also have vivid memories of Hurricane Andrew. I think I first heard about it on the news after watching The Commish? It was the first time I remember charity drives happening to help people affected by natural disaster, and I remember thinking that nobody was ever going to live in Florida again. ?! And I thought the hurricane was named after a baby, Andrew, who had died in the hurricane.
27 September 2009 @ 05:42 pm
What was the most memorable concert you ever attended? What made it so magical?

I can't *NOT* answer this! There are a lot of memorable concerts, but the most memorable was probably Barenaked Ladies in 2002. I'd been a fan of theirs for years, but it was my first time seeing them live. If you haven't seen them live, you've missed out on something special! (I'm not sure how they are now without Steven?) Not only are they great musically, but their onstage banter is hilarious. It's like an ongoing improvised comedy routine.

Of course, that wasn't all that was special. It was part of the concert series in the 2002 Winter Olympics. It was only about 15*F and an outdoor concert, so we were dancing around more than usual just to stay warm! The atmosphere was so exciting. The concert was hosted by Tracy Morgan and it acted as the medal ceremony for the day's events. It was so awesome to see the medals presented! It was also special because parts of it were televised (the whole thing was televised on a Canadian channel so I have a copy of it!), and they used one of BNL's songs as Jay Leno's musical guest that night. That was cool. Plus BNL, proud Canadians, invited special guests Sale and Pelletier, the Canadian ice skating pair that was caught up in the skating scandal at the time. At the time they had only been awarded the silver medal (they later changed it so there were two gold medalist pairs) so the crowd kept yelling things about how they deserved gold medals. To top it all off, the concert ended with a long fireworks show! It was certainly one of the more memorable nights of my life. It'd be hard for a concert to ever beat that for me.
07 August 2009 @ 01:54 am
RIP John Hughes. In honor of the master of the teen movie, what is your favorite teen flick?

Easy! 10 Things I Hate About You.
16 July 2009 @ 02:07 pm
Name something you love but feel like you should have grown out of by now.

Waiting by the bus after a concert to meet the band. ;)

Everyone should see the HIMYM episode where Barney & Ted challenge each other on things they're too old/young to do. "I'm too old for this stuff!"