Günther is just about the funniest thing to ever come from Scandanavia.
Günther's web page states that his goal is to show the world a more sexual life through his music. gunthernet.com Somewhat jokingly, he lists the most important things in his life as "champagne, glamour, sex, and respect".  The sincerity of Günther's movement and music has been questioned and, with little other media coverage, it is difficult to know the truth. Most of his music videos show him… Continue
Added by Kara on July 29, 2008 at 9:13am —
I think this guy is just incredible. My parents started collecting his paintings a few years ago, and I have become a huge fan. His work is so life like its crazy.
Here is a bit of his bio from his website:
Thomas Arvid possesses an unerring ability to refine a moment. In doing so he captures our wonder and has become an art world phenomenon. Art Business News (May 2003) credits him with "launching a major art trend…" with his oversized still… Continue
Added by Kara on July 25, 2008 at 10:17pm —
Expect to stumble into wine country in the heart of Orange County at the Winery Restaurant at the District in Tustin. Managing Partners JC Clow and William Lewis, together with award winning Exec. Chef and Partner, Yvon Goetz, bring us a hip, vibrant and sophisticated addition to OC's expansive dining (and sometimes boring) landscape. In addition to the extensive and impressive wine offerings, The Winery delivers a cutting-edge menu featuring contemporary California regional… Continue
Added by Kara on July 25, 2008 at 10:00pm —
Entertainment Scientists Warn Miley Cyrus Will Be Depleted by 2013
How can you not love this stuff?
Echasketchastan has been wiped out by earthquake.... HAHAHA
Their editorial cartoons keep me giggling all… Continue
Added by Kara on July 23, 2008 at 12:26pm —
Okonomiyaki (お好み焼き) is a Japanese dish consisting of a pan-fried batter cake and various ingredients. Okonomi means "what you like" or "what you want", and yaki means "grilled" or "cooked" (cf. yakitori and yakisoba); thus, the name of this dish means "cook what you like". In Japan, okonomiyaki is mainly associated with Kansai or Hiroshima areas, but is widely available throughout the country. Toppings and batters tend to vary according to region.
Added by Kara on July 21, 2008 at 9:30pm —
Seriously? What the heck did you do this for? Whats with all the piercings???
Some people are just nuts. Who thinks this looks good? All it does is make my skin crawl!
you know this stuff has GOT to hurt.
I'm adding extra lines so this next gross pic doesn't make the front page
that would kill!!!
and then… Continue
Added by Kara on July 17, 2008 at 2:30pm —
I have been using Shu Uemura for about 4 years now. It always seems like whenever I tell someone I use their products, they've never heard of the line.... which is NUTS because its awesome.
They're mostly known for their false lashes, which I use religiously. I started using them after chemo when I didn't have any lashes. Their lashes are so natural looking and easy to apply. They aren't the cheapest around, but I really feel you get what you pay for.
Added by Kara on July 14, 2008 at 1:02pm —
Ready my essay
Our fearless leader Alice recommended me to the site. One hundred stories are to be chosen from among the entries invited globally. Each of the hundred entries will be featured on the One Web Day portal as the Story of the Day and ten out of the 100 entries will be chosen for interesting prizes along with a Certificate of Appreciation. The best of the 100 will be featured on the One Web Day on September 22 and… Continue
Added by Kara on July 11, 2008 at 8:42am —
This game is so much fun!
It lets you raise cattle and feed, then take the cows to slaughter and then to the stores. All the while you have to make the execs happy by paying for marketing, and lobbyists and all that other corporate goodness.
Make sure you keep your crops healthy! Don't let your cows get sick! Better keep your employees happy! Don't give the consumers food poisoning!
THEN you've got to deal with growth issues: To use hormones or not to use… Continue
Added by Kara on July 7, 2008 at 3:26pm —
So I love to cook, maybe I've mentioned that. I also love s'mores. Problem is that I don't have easy access to a fire pit to toast the marshmallows. I have tried everything from my fireplace (gas) which tasted discusting, Stove (gas) tasted just as gross... shoulda known, candles (scented) baaaad idea GROSS, and finally candles (unscented) still gross.
I bought a cookbook the other day at Nordstrom called the Friends… Continue
Added by Kara on July 7, 2008 at 10:00am —
I was recently in Boston on a business trip, and stayed at the Nine Zero Hotel. I'd never stayed at a Kimpton Hotel, but I will definitely look for them whenever I am traveling now. The hotel had great friendly staff, and awesome amenities for decent prices.
Located right on the freedom trail in Boston, the hotel is in a great location right across the street from the graveyard that holds not only Sam Adam's grave, but also the grave of the people killed in the Boston… Continue
Added by Kara on July 7, 2008 at 9:30am —
Brocade Home has the absolute best stuff in the whole world. Its like they saw into my brain and decided to make a whole line of stuff that I can't live without! Which stinks because its also not the cheapest stuff ever. Actually, I think its pretty reasonably priced for what it is. Everything seems to be really high quality, made of good hardwoods and beautiful fabrics.
They even have gorgeous wallpaper!!!… Continue
Added by Kara on July 2, 2008 at 3:30pm —
Tsai-Fi art is is all about the creation of unique and innovative characters that have super cutie-pie qualities mixed with an unexpected twist. Check out the Boutique, all the goods are laced with sweet tsai-fi style.
The driving force behind tsai-fi has extensive experience designing products for the toy and gift industries. She specializes in vector artwork, super cool tees, totally different… Continue
Added by Kara on June 30, 2008 at 12:30pm —
I can't believe this could seriously be real... who is THAT lonely????
found this on geekologie.com
E.M.A. (Eternal Maiden Actualization, seriously?) is a 15-inch Japanese robot developed by SEGA to keep lonely men company and help combat loneliness and depression. She'll cost about $175 and hits the streets (like a hooker!) in September.
Using her infrared sensors and battery power, the diminutive damsel named "EMA" puckers up for nearby human… Continue
Added by Kara on June 18, 2008 at 3:40pm —
This is my new favorite website (besides the met of course...)
The site is just too funny.
Here are just a few of the things the site refers to that white people like:
Having Black Friends
Added by Kara on June 13, 2008 at 10:31am —
So, I get these e-mails from myopenbar.com about different parties going on with an open bar...
This one really sounds like fun.
Its a Digital Compilation Release Party.. I think the bands name is Accidental Rhythm...
here is the description I got in the e-mail:
artsy party booze / 7pm - 10pm
Talk about a rad way to start your evening off in the fancy Gibson showroom. TOMS shoes will be handing out freebies that you can design yourself at the party!… Continue
Added by Kara on June 11, 2008 at 8:30am —
Does this look familiar?
Most people driving around West Hollywood have seen the sign... but most people have no idea what it is about. The room is this terrible movie, that is so bad, its genius. It plays every last Saturday of the month at Laemmle's in WeHo. Its this movie that was made to be a drama, but it ends up as comedy complete with a 5 minute long discusting sex scene where you have to watch this gross middle aged man-ass go up and down. They call it "the… Continue
Added by Kara on June 5, 2008 at 7:42pm —
I saw "Taking Steps" at South Coast Rep last night. This play is so funny. The acting is a little over the top at times, and the accents aren't stellar, but it is superbly written, and the comedic timing is impeccable. Anyone who enjoys comedic theatre should see this play.
Tickets can be bought at www.scr.org
Just get through the first 10 minutes, and you'll LOVE the play.
Added by Kara on June 5, 2008 at 6:30pm —