Ah, Regret.


I just found out I have a preexisting condition
Thu, 25 March 2010, 12:51 pm
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…which means that I’m excited about two things:

1. Healthcare reform.  (Um it’s about TIME!  I think I speak for many of my fellow twenty-somethings when I say that filling one’s own cavities just isn’t as simple as eHow.com makes it out to be.)

2. A certain hour of television programming slated to air April 13th on Fox.  (Hint: it’s not “American Idol”!)

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Girls who don’t own dresses / But date each other’s exes…
Fri, 4 September 2009, 1:10 pm
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Hm this cast looks familiar...

Oh dear lord.  Not since the announcement of “The L Word” Season Six’s “murder-mystery” theme have I felt such a heavy sense of lesbian dread.  Apparently Showtime, not satisfied with the irreversible damage Ilene Chaiken has already inflicted on our lives through the directing of television shows, is gleefully providing her with an whole new outlet for her sadistic tendencies (special thanks to Ah, Regret reader Heather for the tip):

[Showtime] has greenlit nine episodes of “The Real L Word: Los Angeles,” from “L Word” creator Ilene Chaiken […]

[The show] will follow six lesbians in Los Angeles as they go about their lives — a lesbian answer to Bravo’s “Real Housewives” franchise.  [Variety]

Wow.  There is SO much that is wrong with that.  Sooo so much.  Shall we begin?

Women who barf feelings, women who regret…



Vallie & Vallia

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Where to begin?  Well, to paraphrase Eric B & Rakim (seems like a good starting point!), It’s been a long time, I shouldn’t have left you / without a new blog to step to.

What?  Sometimes it’s just easier to say things in a song, OK?!  Anyway.  First of all, I have what I believe to be an excellent excuse for not having written in so long: I moved!  (That is, we–as in Erin [is easily outraged] and I–moved.)  That’s right, we said goodbye to Sunny Boulder and hello to Rain City–Seattle, here we are!  (Cue the sound of a thousand unicorns stampeding northwestward.)

Based on the Sad But True Story.