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Sunday, August 20th, 2006

Subject:the brandolini clan
Time:9:09 pm.


Coco Brandolini and Cornelia Brandolini d'Atta @ fall 2006 Paris Couture week. I must hunt down Coco's dress, it is too too too gorge.
Talk: dimmi

Thursday, August 10th, 2006

Subject:READ THIS NOW.
Time:1:21 pm.
"JERUSALEM, Aug. 10 -- Israeli troops pushed deeper into Lebanon today and dropped a shower of leaflets warning of broader bombing in the Lebanese capital whose "painful results will not be limited" to Hezbollah. At the same time, Hezbollah militia fired rockets into Israel, leaving a mother and her young son dead in an Arab village in northern Israel.

....

In Lebanon, Israeli aircraft fired two missiles at a radio tower in downtown Beirut Thursday. The missile strike, in an area known as Ras Beirut, and the warning of more extensive bombing of the city generated a swift swell of panic among Beirut residents, many of whom recall the weeks of Israeli bombing here in 1982."


full text: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2006/08/10/AR2006081000868.html

You tell me that my country has no right but to aid another pariah destroy a country that has been beaten to the ground the last 40 years and had just finished rebuilding its capital city.

"Humanitarian groups urged both sides to end the fighting so that relief supplies can get through to southern Lebanon. Israel bombing missions have taken out most of the bridges in southern Lebanon and Israeli officials have warned that any traffic in the area is subject to attack.

"'Our aid operation is like a patient starved of oxygen -- facing paralysis, verging on death -- if we can't open up our vital supply lines to help an estimated 100,000 people stranded south of the Litani river,' said Zlatan Milisic, the emergency coordinator for the World Food Program in Lebanon said in a statement on the group's Web site."


Tell me again what this is for? To fight an ideology? To bleed a country by slaughtering its civilians totally and completely unconnected to Hezbollah? To try and eliminate the brands of twisted and perverted "Islam" that exist because of our meddling?!

Oh yes, I forgot. We want to spread peace and democracy. Of course. But that'll be accomplished after we destroy Lebanon's ecosystem and populace. Let's go, fellow Americans, trot along and eat up whatever our fuckass media and government throws at us.
Talk: dimmi

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

Time:3:33 am.
it is 9.33AM in ROMA.

it is 3.33AM in D.C.

it is apparent, hullo, I can't sleep.
Talk: dimmi

Sunday, July 30th, 2006

Subject:sapienza
Time:7:13 pm.
Mood: working.
I know how to chiffonade.
Talk: dimmi

Monday, July 17th, 2006

Subject:It's a cursing day
Time:11:21 pm.
Mood:extraordinarily pissed & upset.
One word for what the fuck Israel is doing to Lebanon (LEBANON. NOT HEZBOLLAH.) right now:

BULLSHIT.

WORSE than bullshit. I can't even think clearly enough to try and dredge up a word more fitting than that...and the absolute worst part is that it's all based on power-hungry politics, and practically not one of the world's "super powers" gives two shits about stopping America's fucking proxy (and I HATE that they're our proxy) against Iran's psychotic bunch of Hezbollah fascists. One of my best friends is worried sick because there's no way to get her entire family out of Lubnah, they're all in Beirut and she would've been there too if she hadn't gotten a finance internship in NYC this summer. Israel's bombs hit her neighborhood today, fell quite close to her mother's house. My friend and her sister (who's in Boston) are both trying desperately to find a way to get their mother out of there...BUT WITH NO AIRPORT THAT'S KIND OF HARD. American Embassy is taking their sweet time airlifting citizens out, and Jess is so out-of-her-mind going crazy that it makes me even more disgusted with all these Zionists prancing around my city holding pro-Israel rallies and shouting things like, "Lebanon should be THANKING Israel for cleaning up their fucked up country!"

Excuse me. Eighteen years of war, assassination, a virtual revolution in the past year, and now the prospect of even MORE bellicosity?! No, it's gone beyond bellicosity...maybe I should say, "officially-recognized hostile bloodshed." AKA WAR.

Inshallah this ends. SOON. Senza una guerra nucleare, senza il spargimento di sangue di più.


Makes me sick.
Talk: dimmi

Friday, June 3rd, 2005

Subject:2 reasons why I love W Magazine
Time:10:28 pm.
1. The Parisian contemporary art world cut loose - maybe a little too loose - at Maxim's after the opening of the provocative "Dionysiac" exhibit at the Pompidou Center in February. Featuring such outrageous works as Kendell Geer's phallic champagne flutes, the show inspired naughty behavior. On the dance floor, a rowdy crowd wielding fake guns and giant sex toys smashed their drinks to ground and hurled petit-fours, while a wary Princess Maria von Thurn und Taxis kept herself (and her red scarf dress) at a distance. "I designed it myself while on a recent trip to India," she explained.

THE WHOLE THING IS WRONG!! Augh!!!

2. Saturday Night Live cast member Amy Poehler turned up at the Chloé party wearing an understated outfit of pants and a bustier cobbled together from the show's wardrobe closet. "I feel out of my fashion element," she said, eyeing the swirling bevy of socialites. "I bet if you ripped an arm off of one of these girls, gold coins would come out."
** i wish to live my life like amy poehler.
Talk: 1 & dimmi

Monday, May 23rd, 2005

Time:11:35 pm.
I also think Audrey Tautou would have been a better Frida than Salma.



...minus the smile.
Talk: dimmi

Subject:the best recipe in the world
Time:10:40 pm.
BAKLAVA

1. ½ package filo dough
2. 1 cup sugar, scant
3. ½ Tablespoon lemon juice
4. ½ cup water
5. 2 sticks sweet butter
6. ½ lb. walnuts (2 cups), (or 1/3 pistachios and 2/3 walnuts), chopped

 Oven 350 degrees.
 Melt butter.
 Leave on low heat.
 Skim off foam. WATCH! DON’T BURN!
 Always take butter from top.
 Put some melted butter in 13” x 9” pan.
 Place 3 sheets filo in pan. Put in 3 more sheets, buttering on alternate sheets.
 Place nuts.
 Cover with 4 sheets, buttering on alternate sheets.
 Pour rest butter over.
 Cut into diamonds with sharp knife.
 Bake 31 minutes.
 Make syrup over medium-high heat, (don’t boil too much).
 It is ready when small thread forms from spoon. Let pastry cool 20 minutes.
 Pour syrup over when pastry cooled.
 Cut into 24 squares (6”x4”)
 Cover with waxed paper.
 NEVER REFRIGERATE!
 Keep airtight. Tastes better day after.


TRY IT i swear it's easy to make...but that may be because I've been making it since i was little.
Talk: dimmi

Subject:Ah.
Time:10:36 pm.
Mood: recumbent.
I'm home. Finally. We got lost on our drive from Maine to DC in NY state for an hr and I87 was DEATHLY...traffic up the wazoooooo.

mmmmm i went outside today and smelled our tuberoses after the rain passed and the air felt so clean and silvery . . . reminded me of Brunswick. And, of course, i got to see Katie and Meredith today which was que fantastico.

Ruth Reichl books call me........and then SLEEP! (LUXURIOUS)
Talk: dimmi

Saturday, May 21st, 2005

Time:9:02 pm.
ahhh yessssssssss.

I am full of delicious lobster and bluberry pah!

AND I'M DONE. BIATCHES.
Talk: 1 & dimmi

Wednesday, May 18th, 2005

Subject:Thought
Time:9:19 pm.
Mood:peppermint oil.
Hair gathered (loosely) at the nape of the neck - so choice.
Talk: dimmi

Sunday, May 8th, 2005

Subject:hmm Charlotte Church
Time:9:11 pm.
Apparently she is drunk here? And falling over...I am a bit suspish.



Finding pictures of apparently schwasted celebrities is so much more fun (and sad) than doing research on how Pieter Bruegel the Elder created a nationalistic identity for the Netherlands through the specific art of his landscapes.
Talk: 1 & dimmi

Time:8:55 pm.
Mood: calm.
Sweetness. It's all just sweetness. You would suppose that I should be running about like a madwoman what with all the superfluous assignments that are due at this time of year, but I have transcended. Simply knowing that I will be making baklava tomorrow is one of the things that is keeping me up, up, up. I can't explain it...the weather up here is complete crap right now; we've been having power outages that last for at least two hours maybe four times in the last three weeks; there's no longer any balmy beautiful flip-flop weather (although I DID catch at least seven people indignantly wearing sandals and t-shirts today, even though it felt like 35 degrees F) and everyone I know (incluye yo) has a more Hell week starting tomorrow than Finals week.

But--I can't explain it--it's all sweetness. Maybe I should find a better word than "sweetness." I've been using it an awful lot lately...sound like my sister in the mid-90s when she would go around shrieking, "SWEET!!!!!!!!!" on the phone to her friends and then my mother would answer back by screaming, "SOUR!!!!!!!!!!!" Ah, mi madre. Mi mamá, mi papá y mi hermana loca...how I miss them all.

Я тебя люблю
Talk: dimmi

Sunday, May 1st, 2005

Subject:Shnap
Time:4:03 pm.
Mood:achey back.
LLively
AAltruistic
UUnusual
RRefreshing
EEnergetic
NNew

Name / Username:


Name Acronym Generator
From Go-Quiz.com

Oh yeah baby. "New" all the way.
Talk: dimmi

Wednesday, April 27th, 2005

Subject:AAAAAHH
Time:9:37 pm.
Mood: curious.
How is it possible to feel completely overwhelmed and wanting to either bhangra around the room like a madwoman or run outside and Ivy yourself up for Ivies weekend (what we mad Bowdoin people call the primal celebration of spring that runs for a "weekend" of approximately five days and involves much intoxication) or go smoke shisha with Jessy at Prince Café in Georgetown (or for that matter, at her room in JHouse) or dance merengue and salsa at a DC club with Silvana or belly dance with Caroline and Jamileh until my back hurts...and then five minutes feel absolutely calm and once again ready to tackle your 25 page paper which is due on the morrow (plus the added bonus of being forbidden to quote secondary sources)?

Ah, me. This cycle will most likely repeat itself in approximately half an hour.

BRING IT.



El verano y la ciudad de mi nacimiento en aproxmidamente tres semanas. ¡Ay!
Talk: dimmi

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

Subject:Oh lord.
Time:11:03 am.
Mood:stupid ho needs to takeachance.
Boys, boys. More boys. Oh lord.

Like they say, when it rains, it pours. oof.

You're still a super-hot female! (I love the LAMB)
Talk: dimmi

Thursday, March 31st, 2005

Subject:Oho, TONIIIIIGHT!
Time:6:46 pm.
will consist of me wearing my belly dance scarf on top of my head, multiple layers of kohl around the eyes, adorned with so-called "fortune-teller jewelry" (aka gypsy), and wearing a skirt for a top. Oh yes, my friends. Witness--

The Debut. of Madame Pizanella.


Ohh, I shall become a Bowdoin LEGEND (and shall commence in talking in third person).
Talk: 1 & dimmi

Friday, March 18th, 2005

Time:7:29 pm.
Mood: pensive.
After a weeklong jaunt in the South, God's gift to the United States,* I came back to my lovely house in the lovely Midatlantic and for kicks checked 9:30's set for the next couple of weeks...and hit this one:

Backstreet Boys
WED. MAR. 30
Sold Out

* interpret as you may
Talk: 3 & dimmi

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005

Subject:"Song For The Dumped" (Japanese version)
Time:8:19 am.
Mood: tired.
i REALLY want to hear that.
Talk: dimmi

Monday, March 7th, 2005

Subject:ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH!
Time:9:58 pm.
Mood: annoyed.
I FUCKING HATE MATH

I JUST SPENT 45 MINUTES ON ONE PROBLEM--
TO FUCKING REALIZE I WAS WRONG ON 3/4 OF MY WORK

ARGHGHGQHQUEGEWUGHBE
Talk: dimmi

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