June 16, 2009
When we think of the many (sometimes advanced and sometimes not) websites that stream videos online, we all know what everybody is using them for: mainly to watch shows, movies and other copyrighted stuff online for free of charge.
I’m one of those many people who is a frequent visitor to youtube, megavieo, ninjavideo and supernovatube. Why?
Because none of the network websites will let me watch their otherwise freely accssible shows online since I reside outside of the States- same policy with Hulu. Many shows are not even on iTunes even if I was willing to pay for it.
So what am I supposed to do if I really want to keep up with my favourite shows? Wait for 4 years until some network in my country buys the rights to these shows and starts airing them? Pay absurd amounts of money for DVDs to be shipped to my country while I also wait an unnecessary amount of time for the season to fold?
No, instead I turn to crappy sites with bad quality to watch my favorite TV shows.. What can I say? I’m a TV junkie even with my 10 inch sony waio..
May 29, 2009
I’m in pain right now; this is just too pretty to look at..
I wonder how she can go kiss michelangelo (or whatever her boyfriend’s name is) after Rob.
May 19, 2009
RaO, I don’t know if you’ve seen this yet… A hilarious video made by and starring some familiar faces…
May 19, 2009
For keepin’ it real..
“As we’ve mentioned before, Lauren Conrad left The Hills and has been focusing her time on writing young adult novels. And by “writing” we mean she most likely had a ghost writer. For those few of you that are interested in potentially buying her book, her former employers at Teen Vogue has just posed an excerpt of her debut novel, L.A. Candy. The book deals with Jane Roberts, who moves to Hollywood and ends up becoming the star of a reality TV show. How original!”
May 17, 2009
This weekend my boyfriend and I attended a close (but older) friend’s wedding. I was glammed up, he was dapper; we were SO ready for a good night of celebrating and dancing with friends all around.
Then one after the other, I got the same old question OVER and OVER again: “So.. when are you guys getting married?”
“None of your buisness”
“Go to hell”
“You get married first and then we’ll think about it”
“None of your business”
“How long have you guys been dating again?”
were all the answers I thought through my head before I smiled politely and answered “not yet..”
This question should definitely be banned- especially during weddings.