Monthly Archive for May, 2007

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What the heck is going on?

I was tired all day because I couldn’t sleep all night and finally took a nap between 7am and 11am yesterday (Saturday).

I went to bed a few hours ago and couldn’t sleep because I felt sick (nauseated). After I barfed (sorry if that’s TMI, but it’s the truth), I couldn’t go back to sleep; everything smelled barfish!

So now for the second night in a row; I am wide awake at 4:30am.

THIS SUCKS!

5 different Entertainment Weekly covers for HEROES

And you can see them here all in one place! :)

(Dang, doesn’t Nathan look mean and evil??? Or is that Nylar???)

Can’t sleep.

5am Saturday morning.

Why can’t I sleep?!

Arrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgh.

The countdown to August 28, 2007

What’s August 28?

It’s the release date of HEROES SEASON 1 on DVD (and HD DVD, but I don’t have that)!

Can I put it on my Amazon Wishlist yet?

Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.

Jin Nam Chung and Ki ChungThe Washington Post reports on a story involving a South Korean immigrant family, their small dry cleaning business, and a judge who is suing them for $65 million.

That’s not a typo: SIXTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS!

What did Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung do that was so egregrious that District of Columbia administrative hearings judge, Roy Pearson would file this suit against them? They (temporarily) lost a pair of his pants (his suit was purportedly worth approximately $1000).

The Chung family were just pursuing their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in Washington, DC. Unfortunately, they have spent the last two years with the litigation of this lawsuit. Is it any wonder they are so disheartened that they are considering moving back to Seoul?

Continue reading ‘Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.’

Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.

Jin Nam Chung and Ki ChungThe Washington Post reports on a story involving a South Korean immigrant family, their small dry cleaning business, and a judge who is suing them for $65 million.

That’s not a typo: SIXTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS!

What did Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung do that was so egregrious that District of Columbia administrative hearings judge, Roy Pearson would file this suit against them? They (temporarily) lost a pair of his pants (his suit was purportedly worth approximately $1000).

The Chung family were just pursuing their American dream when they opened their dry-cleaning business seven years ago in Washington, DC. Unfortunately, they have spent the last two years with the litigation of this lawsuit. Is it any wonder they are so disheartened that they are considering moving back to Seoul?

Continue reading ‘Cleaners are taken to the cleaners.’

Marketing Class Surprise

I just got back from my first marketing class, where I was surprised to find a friend was also in the same class. Joz OutOutBlogger, whom I’ve known for about 10 years personally, is in the same class by total coincidence. She’s I’m in her my last year in the program, while I’m she’s still in the first year, so it’s kind of bizarre timing, but I she had to skip ahead to this class, because the other two classes I she wanted to take weren’t offered. Small world! [On the other hand, I am taking this Marketing class late, because I had put it off a couple of terms.]

We’re even on the same team which consists of four Asian women, also a coincidence. Can’t wait to get started!

Also I would like to note that I’ve she has blogged about this before she I (superblogger) got the chance. Hahaha!

Note: jozjozjoz was too lazy to write her own post, so she copied and pasted what OutOutBlogger wrote and edited it to fit. The only sentence that Joz wrote by herself was the one in [these].

Another Note: jozjozjoz is curious what kind of google ads pops up in a random post like this. Sorry if there are any offensive “Date Asian Girls” ads above this.

May Day!

Well Spring Break is officially over. It was nice while it lasted, but I had a huge list of things to do in April and I didn’t accomplish too many of them.

Now I am facing various new work pressures, a bunch of family stuff to handle, and a new semester of school. Hooray!

I’m officially in my last year now; I just started classes last night and am in class before another class starts… I’ve got a scary and horrendous Monday-Tuesday night class schedule. This means my weekends are officially also destroyed due to homework and reading that will need to be done before class.

If I blog less, you know why. But I have still got to find time to post the occasional message to blogging.la and 8asians.




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