In a story about a high school, headed down the drain, that is trying to pass its students to other districts: “My first year was butt,” FRESHMAN said while on a street corner with her friends on a sunny afternoon. “I didn’t learn nothing.” ‘Nuf said.
In a really terrible story about a pedestrian hit and dragged by a stolen car: LIEUTENANT says: “She does have severe injuries throughout her body, but most severely, she has severe head trauma.” I almost feel bad about putting this one up…but still…word of the day calendar? Thesaurus.com? Something…it really would have helped.
It’s Friday and although that doesn’t translate to the weekend for me (oh the joys of Monday/Tuesday weekends) it does translate to payday and that’s pretty exciting. Except for this one little thing… So my employers switched their system of banking recently. I know, you’re thinking ‘how could this possibly affect you? Being an intern,… Continue reading Adventures in banking and other signs your job has crappy hours
My friend Rachel and I have what some would consider a sickness but what we consider a way of life: an obsession with crappy dating shows on MTV. And by crappy I mean completely hilarious and totally worth our time to watch. We’ve decided it would be fun to go on the show “Exposed” which,… Continue reading Welcome to the Hot Seat
One of the things I enjoy most about my job is reading the (sometimes quite bizarre) world briefs. One last week mentioned something along the lines of a baby pound in Japan: you drop off your baby if you don’t feel like you can take care of it and somehow the baby gets placed into… Continue reading Cell-ibacy? not likely
I always thought air travel was the way to go. You can cut a 5 hour drive down to a measly hour and a 3-day cross-country trek to a quick jet jaunt. Then I tried to book a flight to Connecticut. Between battling for low fares and convenient times, I had given up. Nothing for… Continue reading Booking flights requires air-sickness bags
For a story about a guy who was pissed off about foul balls from a stadium landing in his yard: Balls put man in foul mood.