Friday, May 27, 2011

Is Legally Blonde an insult to female lawyers?

I love Legally Blonde, every time it's on tv, I just have to watch it.I've seen this movie a billion times, but it never gets old. The movie is about this sexy, ditzy blonde, who decided to go to Harvard Law school to get her boyfriend back. It's hilarious, she doesn't fit in with these top notch intellect, but at the end she prevails, and becomes top of the class. This was inspiring, it shows that you don't have to be the geek or the nerd, and you can still succeed in whatever the geeks or the nerds do. My lawyer friend on the other hand would beg to differ.

My friend who just graduated from law school instant message me one night and demanded that I stop watching Legally Blonde. I thought she was joking, but apparently she wasn't. She claims that Legally Blonde depicts a good lawyer as any women who is hot and can read a book. The movie basically makes fun of the law career as something that anyone with a pulse or a brain can do. She got even more upset when I told her about this Korean show called Prosecutor Princess, which is about this hot fashionable women who just graduated from law school. She continue to explain the complexity and obstacles that law students must conquer in order to reach their goals: the abstract thinking process of the LSAT, the amount of case studies that they have to go through, and the bar exam is no joke.

I do feel her pain, she graduated with huge amount of debt, and the job she obtained is barely enough to pay for food. This reminded me about the time when I ask this high schooler what she wanted to do in the future. Without hesitation, she shouted out "I want to be a lawyer because I can argue really well and because I am pretty." Her parents agree though, they said she is pretty good at back talking therefore she should be a lawyer. That's hilarious because the law career is not about arguing, back talk, or even physical appearances, it's about providing factual evidence, support, and debate in a professional manner to save your client from getting his or her ass sued. Because of their ignorance, I recommended her daughter to buy a strip pole, it could come handy in the future.

Anyways, my lawyer friend continue ranting about how doctors are getting overpaid. She explains that a doctor and a lawyer has about the same amount of debt from school. However, after a doctor completed his residency, he or she will bring in over $200,000. Some even get as high as half a million, and yet they are still out there complaining about meds school loans, not being paid enough, and not getting the respect. I couldn't help but laugh, and change the conversation about the show Scrubs. Scrubs pretty much make fun of doctors and nurses. Look how lazy these idiots are, and yet they are qualified to save people's lives, doesn't that make fun of the medical career? She counteract my argument by explaining that even though they have the lazy, comical demeanor, the show nevertheless depicts their actual intelligence. It's true Elliot from Scrub is the hot blonde, but she prove herself worthy by performing her tasks the way a real life doctor would do. Her medical vocabulary is adequate and her procedures are done correctly. Elle Woods from Legally Blonde on the other hand just looks like a chicken running around with her head cut off.

She further argue that Elle Wood only won the case because she got lucky, she got the case where hair and fashion are involve. Elliot on the other hand received her promotion to private practice was due to her work ethics. This was a tough one, my friend does have a good point, and because she was very upset, I decided to do my best to win this argument. I asked her, "have you seen Children's Hospital in Adult swim?" She nodded her head, and I continued,"do you think it's even remotely possible to heal a critically ill patient with the medicine of laughter AKA Clown Medicine?" She cracked up really hard and said "I take back everything I said about lawyers being disrespected in the media."

Bottom line is, the media makes fun of everything, so don't take it seriously!!!!

Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Late Night Sweets

I was up late last night, with the tv on, and some empty boxes scattered all over the floor. I know I said I will not procrastinate, but I was craving for something sweet. I was drinking a cup of green tea and searching for food in the refrigerator, unfortunately, the only thing I found were expired cookie does. I was hesitant about this, but my craving overcame my morals about eating expired food. I guess it doesn't matter if the cookie still taste like a cookie, after all we are in a middle of moving our stuff to another state, so I don't have anything to create the ultimate desert. If I do, these are the sweet treats I would rather make (click on the images to find out more):


1. In a large saucepan over medium heat, heat 1 cup of water, 1/2 cup of butter, 1 teaspoon of sugar and 1/4 teaspoon of salt until your butter melts and the mixture starts to boil.

2. Remove pan from heat and add 1 cup of flour. Vigorously stir until all ingredients are well mixed and the mixture pulls away from the sides of the pan and forms into a ball.

3. Add 4 eggs one at a time, beating thoroughly after each addition until the mixture is smooth and glossy. Add 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract and mix it into the batter.

4. In another Saucepan or frying pan, heat about 1 and 1/2 inches of salad or cooking oil to about 375 degrees (F). You can also use a deep fryer if you prefer.

5. Once the oil is hot enough, drop heaping teaspoonfuls of dough into the hot oil and fry the beignets a few at a time until they are golden brown in color. Drain on paper towels, keeping them warm until ready to serve.

6) Top with confectioner sugar

White Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies

1) Beat 1 cup of butter at medium speed with an electric mixer until creamy; gradually add 1 cup of sugars,
beating well. Add 2 large eggs, one at a time, beating just until yellow disappears after each addition. Stir in 2 teaspoon of vanilla.

2) Combine 3 cups of flour and next 3 ingredients (1 teaspoon of baking soda, 1 teaspoon of
baking powder, and 1 teaspoon of salt) ; gradually add to butter mixture, beating until
blended. Stir in one and half cups of oats, 2 cups of white chocolate morsels, and 1 cups of chopped pecans. Drop by tablespoonfuls onto greased baking sheets.

3) Bake at 350° for 12 minutes. Cool on baking sheets 3 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

Pavlova Parfaits

1. With a sharp paring knife, split one ( 7-8 inches) vanilla bean open lengthwise. Use the knife to scrape the
tiny black seeds into a small bowl; reserve pod. Add the 1 tablespoon powdered sugar
and 1 tablespoon of the whipping cream to the bowl and mix well to separate vanilla seeds.

2. Cut vanilla pod completely in half lengthwise. In a 1- to 1 1/2-quart pan, combine vanilla
pod halves, 2 tablespoon of granulated sugar, and 1 cup of muscat wine. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat
and simmer until reduced to about 1/3 cup, 15 to 20 minutes. Let mixture cool slightly; discard vanilla pod halves.

3. Stir 3 cups of mixed berries (blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries) into wine mixture in pan. Chill berry mixture in refrigerator for at least 15 minutes and up to 3 hours.
4. Meanwhile, in the large bowl of an electric mixer, combine vanilla-cream mixture and remaining whipping cream. Beat until soft peaks form.

5. Cut 3 ounces of crisp vanilla meringues cookies into half inch chunks and put them into
whipped cream mixture. In a 12-ounce glass, layer 1/8 of the berry mixture, 1/8 of the
whipped cream mixture, and 1/8 of the pistachios. Repeat layering and top with a few fresh berries. Layer ingredients in the same order in 3 more glasses.

Pineapple Satays with Coconut Caramel

1. Trim ends from pineapple, then stand it on one end and cut off peel. Quarter pineapple lengthwise and cut out core. Reserve half the pineapple for another use. Cut each remaining quarter into 4 lengthwise slices, then cut each slice in half to make 16 thin wedges. Skewer each lengthwise.

2. In a small saucepan, combine 1 cup of sugar with 1/2 cup water. Bring to a boil, swirling to
dissolve sugar; boil, swirling occasionally (do not stir), until just golden and honeylike. Remove from heat and slowly whisk in 3/4 cup of coconut milk (mixture will bubble furiously).

3. Prepare a gas or charcoal grill for high heat (450° to 550°; you can hold your hand 5 in. above cooking grate only 2 to 4 seconds). Using a pastry brush, coat pineapple pieces with caramel sauce. Grill just until marks appear, then turn to mark other side, 4 to 5 minutes total. Put skewers on a platter, sprinkle with 1/4 cup of toasted coconut, and serve with remaining caramel sauce

Peppermint-topped Brownies

1. Preheat oven to 350°. Butter a 9- by 13-in. baking pan. In a medium saucepan, stir 10 tablespoon of butter
and 6 ounces of bittersweet chocolate over very low heat with a heatproof rubber spatula until just
melted (do not let simmer or boil). Remove from heat and let cool slightly, about 5 minutes.
2. In a large bowl, whisk together 3 eggs, sugar, 1 tablespoon of vanilla, and 1/4 teaspoon of salt. Slowly pour chocolate-butter
mixture into egg mixture, whisking constantly. Into a separate bowl, sift 1 cup of flour, 1/2 cup of cocoa
powder, and 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, then whisk together. With a clean rubber spatula,
gently fold flour mixture into egg mixture until just combined.

3. Spread batter evenly in the baking pan. Bake 20 to 30 minutes, or until brownies are firm,
beginning to pull away from sides of pan, and a toothpick inserted in center emerges with
only a few crumbs clinging to it. Let brownies cool completely in the pan on a wire rack.

4. Reduce oven temperature to 300°. Line a level, rimmed 11 1/2- by 16-in. baking sheet with
parchment. With a pencil, draw a grid of 1 3/4-in. squares on parchment (5 rows of 8),
leaving about a 1-in. border, and turn parchment over. Place a mint in the center of each
square. Bake 15 to 25 minutes, or until completely melted into 1 large sheet, but remove
before candy begins to turn yellow. Immediately score 80 peppermint squares candies with a pizza
cutter, using pencil lines as your guide. If scored lines don't hold, rescore quickly. Let
candy cool completely. Gently break into squares along score lines. Arrange, bake, and
score remaining 40 candies the same way (you'll have extra squares; pick the prettiest).

5. In the top of a double boiler or a metal bowl set over simmering water, combine 1/2 pound
chopped semisweet chocolate and 1 cup of whipping cream. Cook, stirring often, until melted and blended. Remove from heat and let ganache cool until just warm.

6. Pour ganache over cooled brownies in pan and allow to set until firm, about 2 hours at room temperature or 1 hour in the refrigerator.

7. Place peppermint squares bottom side up on ganache, leaving enough room between squares
to cut brownies. Cut brownies into squares along edges of peppermint tops, wiping knife
clean between cuts. Remove brownies from pan, discard (or eat) scraps, and return
brownies to pan. Cover with plastic wrap, making sure wrap does not touch peppermint, and refrigerate 3 hours (to soften candy a bit). Serve slightly chilled.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

The New Trend is Something to Howl About

Whenever I go to the zoo, the first thing that comes to mind is to see the bad ass animals like the tigers, lions, and wolves. Out of the three, the wolves seem to be more attractive and hypnotizing. Unlike tigers and lions, wolves mate for life, meaning they choose one mate and only stick to that mate till death. They are not only loyal, but also attractive as well. The way they walk and carry themselves, combine with their bad boy demeanor are the whole package that girls tend to go crazy over.

Every girl wants a bad boy with a sensitive side, and that is where Twilight created Jacob Black. This loyal guy who can morph into this giant, ferocious wolf, whose mission is to protect a tiny innocent girl. Twilight made millions marketing this strategy, so why not start a trend here.

I was watching tv late at night and I notice a commercial premiering teen wolf. The commercial was very simple, it shows a guy with six packs, crouched down, half naked, looking all luscious and desperate. His eyes were glowing yellow, fangs hanging out, and body glistening from sweats. I have a feeling this will be a big hit with mostly girl fans and the actors will be famous in no time. The fact that rage and hormones transform him into a killing machine, and he has to hide this from his love or else she could get hurt, and all the other conundrum to protect his love makes this sound way hotter than porn. Maybe I'm way over my head about this teen wolf show, so I'm going to let you guys be the judge, let me know if you guys think this is hot: Click Here and you will know what I mean :)

Sunday, May 22, 2011


I am so lazy right now, I know I'm suppose to help my fiance pack for Houston Texas, but I just want to sit on this couch and watch tv with my furry rabbit Mochi. I know that procrastination is bad for you, it's a waste of time, and you don't get anything done, but I just can't seem to put the energy into it. It's practically impossible for me to start something unless it has to be turned in the following day. Countless times I have this feeling that I need to finish this task, but my body refuses to function. I can never seem to defeat procrastination, and always fall victim to its clutches.

Then again, procrastination is how I come up with the most innovative, outrageous ideas for my assignments. There's nothing like a deadline to get your adrenaline rushing and heart pumping. It's usually this type of atmosphere that everything around me and every word I hear sparks an idea for my future and my current assignment. Adrenaline is something that gives us a closer insight of the world that we never notice during a state of relaxation. It's like I'm a superhero at the moment, controlling the uncontrollable and everything seem so crystal clear. It's also like I know exactly what I needed to do, and my body and mind connected together to complete the task. I tried being the good girl before, writing my essay a week before it's due. I just end up sitting on a chair with a blank stare, then I would doodle some weird looking cartoon, and fall asleep on the spot. Then again procrastination is not for everyone, it's only for those adrenaline junkie like me, where inspirations comes only with a deadline cutting close.

I find it hilarious that there are clutters of dishes, boxes, food, books, and other junk scatter all over the floor and I haven't gotten my ass out of the couch to put things in the box. The boxes are practically empty, and my fiance and I have to get out of New Orleans by Tuesday. I have to say we are the perfect match, I'm watching the Real Housewives and talking to everyone out there while he's playing some game called "Pocket Legend."

That's not even the worst part, the Mississippi river is flooded and the water is heading towards Louisiana. My fiance and I saw the levees, and boy were the waters filling up quickly, we might experience a flood if we don't do something soon. Sigh, but why act immediately when I love this city so much. New Orleans is where I got engaged, it's where I did my research, is where I found brotherhood and sisterhood, is where I met all these cool, interesting people, and of course where I fell in love. I guess I'm just too hesitant to leave the city that gave me love and happiness. I don't want to leave the city that lets me get my ass drunk without anyone judging me. I only lived here for a total of 6 months, I often make monthly trips to New orleans during my school year in Boston MA. Especially during Mardi Gras, and I'm definitely going to miss catching beads and running near the floats, hoping to get a stuff animal. Hmmm, I have a feeling that it's not procrastination that is hindering my ability to pack : /

Well, I guess I have to suck it up, and face the reality that I have to move on to the next phase of my life. The only thing I can do is to reminiscence and tell stories of the places I've been to and the people I met. Well, ladies and gentlemen I will get my ass off this couch and throw anything I see in these boxes, hopefully I don't burst into tears :)

Saturday, May 21, 2011

Does majoring in something smart means no girls?

I have friends and classmates who majored in things that I couldn't even pronounce. They learn complex algorithm that can pretty much predict the end of the world, the alternative universe, or crack secret alien codes. They are the future that protects our country from mysterious attacks or the future that educate others about things beyond the human mind. Their bright future contains a big house, driving Ferrari and Lamborghini, and night out at the most expensive restaurants conversing with other great minds. All these factors were definitely in their fantasies while they slay the night away. Despite all these great opportunities that will come forth for these individuals, there lies one question that all of them have asked at one point in their lives: Would girls find me too boring to date?

It really depends on the time line of their nerdy lives. If they started their dreams of becoming the ones holding the numbers early in high school, then they will definitely not get laid. Girls in high schools don't look for brains, I don't think they even have one. Money just comes so easy for these girls, AKA: mom and dad. High school girls are extremely unstable, their hormones are flying in and out in the weirdest directions. Their sex drives are unbelievable, and their innocence and curiosity are attributes that makes them naive. Because of these factors they tend to look for the jocks, the ones with the six pack, high testosterone levels, and of course the size and shape that can satisfy them. You can't blame the high school girls, they don't need to think about money, but their hormones.

Well if not the high school girls, how about the the early college girls. College of course is the time to put your nerdy mathematics, engineering, science skills into work. Your time is spent in the library and with your colleagues trying to past your courses, since acing it is practically impossible. Early college girls will see this as nerdy, boring, and without a life. These girls don't even know what the real world is like, they are stuck in a campus enjoying a life of partying, reading a couple books a day, and having money in their hands. They are most likely going for guys in the greek system, yup the ones that throw outrageous parties and get drunk every week. These girls are still in the process of experiencing the breath of freedom without knowing what responsibility is. They are the girls who dream of going to Paris to sleep with as many french men as possible, not giving a crap that they could get kidnap and becomes sex slaves. They are also the girls that will be making the most mistakes ever because that's what college is for, screwing up and screwing up some more. So, I have to say, sorry nerds and geeks, you are not getting laid in early college.

So now what, high school girls and college girls don't want you, then what type of girls want you. well it's simple, they are the type of girls who are almost done with college or have graduated. They are the ones that realize that mommy and daddy will no longer give them any money, and that the job market sucks, so no one will hire them, and even if they do get hire, they will only make enough to eat. This is when reality really hit these girls, where status is define by complexity, professionalism, and of course the algorithm. This is when these girls literally come up to me and beg to meet my nerdy guy friends, they even went as far as bribing or demanding to be invited to any future professional party gatherings. Their mothers would slip red envelops with hundreds of dollars in my purse and a little note stating, "if you by any chance meet a man with complexity, you give them my daughter's number immediately." It's funny watching how these girls are willing to sell themselves out to guys that they once rejected in high school and early college. It's also weird seeing how these girls would compete against one another to get notice by these nerdy guys, crazy how the table has finally turned.

My friend who is now around his 30s, making money like no other, solving complex equations, and still have no wife. The problem lies solely on the excitement of having so much girls chasing after him that he doesn't want to settle down. He's too addicted living the single life and being able to have girls do things that they will never do. I have often times ask him, if he would ever consider settling down and having a family, and his answer is "never, I don't want to give this up."

Friday, May 20, 2011

What is a Successful Woman?

My girlfriends and I usually complain that "chivalry is dead," but Dave Chappelle would counteract our argument with "chivalry is dead because women killed it." I have to agree, we destroy every gentle side of a man. We not only killed it, we tortured it, pee on it, pour gasoline on it, and light it up on fire. Back in the good old days, women were not allowed to vote, run business, dominate a conversation, or anything that a men were allowed to do. Womans right find this to be outrageous, grew a penis, and stand up for suppressed women everywhere. They gave us freedom by stomping on the iron fists that kept us on the ground for centuries. Our gender no longer hinder our ability to be the best that we can be. However, would the breath of power and freedom hinder our ability to find true love?

I always find it attractive for a woman to be dominant, powerful, and have a great career. Then again I always notice that these are the women without a good man. These are usually the type of woman who comes home from work, pours a glass of wine, and drink herself to sleep. She often shed tears and wonders if life is worth living if there's no one to come home to. I have seen men compliment these successful career women, but if asked if they would marry one, they would sneer with disdain. It's a harsh reality, a woman with the iron fist are often score by men in secrecy. Now the main question is, can a woman still be consider powerful if she can't get a single man to want her? After all the basic biology of a woman is to bore a child, and if a woman can't obtain a man wouldn't that put her at a disadvantage.

Another type of attractive women can be found in asian drama. The beautiful, conservative women who knows how to make a man look good. She is the traditional housewife with no career behind her back, she has great manners, extremely elegant, and a smile that can get men to go to war for her. She has all these gentlemen lined up, eagerly waiting with a ring in their hands. Unfortunately, she can not function without a man, if she gets dumped by her husband, she will have no income unless she gets a good amount from child support. So, this leaves me with a vexing question, this type of woman has a major advantage in producing more kids and being able to come home to a happy family, but is she truly a successful woman despite not having a career?

In this century it's really difficult to define girl power. If the woman is too career driven, she would lose out on obtaining a successful husband, resulting in shame. If the woman is successful in marriage and family, she will lose out on her career and independence. It's a total dilemma, we're damned if we do and damned if we don't. So what is consider to be a successful or a powerful woman? Well the answer is simple, a successful woman is someone who has her foot between the past and the present. She will have to be both a career woman and a woman who knows how to please a man. She is a woman who lives the role of the past: docile, elegant, charming, and does not care to compete with a man. She is also the woman who lives for the present: strong, dominating, career woman, who can make an income or living successfully without a man. Her smile alone can lead other men to do her bidding, but if no one is around she can do her own bidding.

Therefore, a woman's power lies in her smile, but her true strength is hidden inside, that my friend is a successful woman.

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The Talk

Contribution by Stevie Kirby

The Talk is one of my favorite talk shows. I watch the talk every chance I get. The Talk is hosted by you can relate to the issues that the hosts are presenting to you. When they had an animal habitat guest on in prior months they brought a real camel into the studio, and Julie Chen rode the camel as if she were in a scene from Sex and the City 2. The hosts make you laugh, cry, and some of the issues that the show addresses will even touch your soul.

Sometimes the show will have guests that will address parenting issues and this helps all parents. When you watch a show that will help you to deal with the problem of Terrible Two's and teenagers all in the same hour you are relieved that others are going through these same issues that you are.

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Winter Wish Photography

I love weddings, they're so exciting and memorable. It celebrates the bride and groom's love for each other, all the ups and downs, and everywhere around. Whether it's a distant relationship or living close by, every laughter and every anger is something to cherish. After a long time together, he finally asked the magical question, and you find yourself here in this special moment, celebrating the trail of footsteps that you two made together.

For all the lucky ladies out there reading my blog, it is a privileged for me to introduce you to a photographer that can help capture your dream wedding:

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Tuesday, May 17, 2011

The perfect pet for college

I have owned several pets during undergrad and grad school, but the best companion to have in college would be a rabbit. They're not as high maintenance as a dog, you don't have to: walk them every day, tolerate their barking, give them constant attention, expensive shots and vaccinations, and constant baths. Unlike cats, you can decide when you want affection and when you want to be left alone. Unlike fish, hamsters, and turtles, you can cuddle your rabbit affectionately whenever you want. In my opinion a rabbit is basically a small dog that can use a litter box like a cat, and be raised like a hamster, therefore, it's the perfect pet for lonely college students.
All he or she needs is your love and of course some essentials: rabbit cage, litter box, drink bottle, and bedding
They thrive on vegetables such as: cilantro, cucumber, and celery. I occasionally give my bunny some berries and carrots as treats. However, her diet is way more complicated than that, I would also give her daily rabbit pellets and unlimited amount of timothy hay to ensure that she has adequate amount of vitamins and mineral in her diet.
And of course, I have to keep her happy with rabbit treats:) Overall I find owning a rabbit as a college student a piece of cake. All I have to do is feed her, play with her, love her, and change her litter box once in awhile. Plus, she is an easy animal to travel with, majority of airlines allowed her to fly with them. It doesn't cost that much to have her ride as a carry on bag or in cargo, she does pretty well traveling. I have to say, she is the best companion, no more being lonely or depress I got a friend for life :)

Monday, May 16, 2011

My fiance's Medical school graduation

My man finally did it, after 4 years of non-stop studying, harsh clinical hours, demanding schedules, and minor discouragements, he finally reached his goal, an MD behind his name. It was just yesterday, he was a second year medical student with a weird screen name, posting on forums, and minding his own business. I was just a confused student wondering what to do with life, and found this guy with a weird screen name. After instant messaging this weird stranger, I ended up in his life, and now I'm sitting in this large graduation room, watching in anticipation as this mysterious stranger on the forum, formerly known as my fiance walk down the isle in his dark robe.
I saw how happy his family and friends are, they clap and cheered for his accomplishments. It was astonishing that the day before this event, he was still a student in a white coat learning the art and language of medicine, now he is a doctor in the white coat who have officially master his goal and is now capable of medically saving someone's life. This one special event is the making of not only doctors but heroes as well, they will be the one standing by the patient's side holding their hands for a life and death decision by God or holding a scalpel to scrape out a massive tumor. Because of this privilege, they will always honor the special four years they spent with each other suffering the grueling torture of Anatomy or pathology.
I felt I was there witnessing a group of surviving soldiers who have just won a battle. Even though they won the battle, but it's not over yet. They have residency and fellowship to conquer, therefore the war has just begun. As for me, I take this as a drop of inspiration, that hopefully in 4 years, I would be wearing a robe, not in a boxing match, god forbids, but in a room with all my future class mates, having ran a marathon that only a few can finish.

Congratulations Tulane Medical School Class of 2011

Disney Channel is selling sex

Remember the days when Disney Channel is all about cute, adorable teens with enthusiastic acting skills. How about those days where their clothing actually covered up their bodies and make up were almost non-existent. Don't forget the fact that they never hooked up with one another so you hardly hear scandalous stuff about them on the magazines. Now a days, these Disney teens are striving to make themselves look rebellious and slutty in order to be in next week's people's magazine.
I was in the airport buying magazine for the plane ride and I notice all these news about Disney channel stars hooking up and breaking up. Take Selena Gomez for example, I know for sure she didn't just get famous for Wizards of Waverly Place or singing her tracks, they all suck. Every time I flip through the pages I would always notice that she's hooking up with someone famous: Jonas Brothers, Taylor lautner, Justin Bieber, etc. I'm like what are we trying to teach our kids here, success is earned by hooking up with someone famous. Not only her, let's look at Venessa Hudgens. I saw her on a tv talk shows before explaining how stupid and ridiculous Britney Spear was, when in fact Hudgens have naked scandalous pictures all over the internet. There's even a little asian boy on youtube fantasizing about doing stuff to her. I also saw pictures of Hudgens making out with other girls, I guess it's great to support the gays but not if you are doing a promotion that targets underage kids. Miley Cyrus isn't that innocent either, her wardrobes get skankier and skankier every year, and every time you pick up a magazine, you can see she's hooking up with a different guy.
I have to say, I am more drawn to these rebellious Disney celebrities over the innocent ones in the past. I guess it has a lot to do with subliminal advertisement, it's a smart idea to target sex on pre-teen and teens. You can't do it directly though or else the parents will be knocking on your door, so why not do it subliminally, you can pretty much get away with it. Teens and pre-teens have these out of control hormones, and if they see anything that is close to sex, those hormones are going to light up. They will be attracted to those dirty, slutty Disney celeb, and desires to look and dress like them, that is why you always see these Disney Celebs in fashion magazines. It's logical, hot and sexy=Disney. Then you look into the future and you will notice that 13 yearold kids will no longer look their age, they will probably look like the girl or guy (of legal age) that you hooked with last night. Well you got Disney to thank they have been selling sex, and they are very good at it too.

Disney Celebrities aren't the only one's selling Sex :)
Disney movies are notorious for Sexual subliminal advertisements. Fortunately, they do this more subtly than those Disney celebs. After all they are targeting children under the pre-teen age, so a full blown rebellious image would be too much for the toddlers to comprehend. A subtle, hidden message would do just fine, it will be kept in the subconscious area of their little brains. That is why our kids are so obsess with Disney and we can't do anything about it.
The parents tried to sue Disney for the penis in the castle, but Disney claim that they were running out of time, so they did this paining in a rush. They didn't realize that they painted a penis inside of the castle, it was all an accident. Emphasize on "accident," I didn't know a castle looks like a penis, no wonder they made a mistake.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Reliving Undergrad

Every time I go back to California, I always make sure I spend atleast a day or two at my undergrad institution. I know that the past is the past, and a lot of students who graduated never go back to visit, but you be surprise that a sense of accomplishment does come out of ya. I remember I was always miserable in undergrad, working on the weekends at a restaurant that is an hour away from school and taking 18 units of hard core science. Because of the massive stress I never notice the beautiful surrounding of the campus or the comradeship of my fellow classmates.

After being away from UOP (University of the Pacific) for so long, I never realize how beautiful the campus was. Finally in so many years I was able to absorb the ambiance of the campus. The luscious shade and the forest like style of the campus makes it feel like I'm hiking in the woods. The birds were singing and bees were pollinating, students in t-shirt and shorts walking aimlessly around the campus, and the small waterfall fountain cooling the shade in front of the library. This is absolutely a beautiful campus, I could never quite understand why I complain so much when I was enrolled in this institution, maybe because I was immature.

Since I want to review some sciences, I decided to pay a visit to my best friend the UOP library. The place where I spend hours with my eyes glued to my text books, my head on the table with my eyes closed, and sneaking large amount of food and have a feast with my friends as we slay the nights away. Oh, how I miss those days, I still wonder why I complained so much. As I sat down on my favorite table, I notice the room filled with students studying for finals. Wow I'm so proud of my UOPers, so studious, I just can't help but smile and giggle quietly. Then I look around once again and notice that these studious students were actually slackers.

Their text books were left opened rusting on the table, while they socialize amongst each other, giggling about absolutely nothing for hours. I look at their laptop screen, and all I see was twitters, facebook, and instant message. All the students around me were dressed as if they were going to a stripper club and they brought food that can definately raised their cholesterol level by ten-folds. These students were not only future strippers but also unhealthy piece of shiets, practically all of them were sick with some kind of flu. I'm not sure if these girls were trying to be cute or what but sneezing in a high pitch voice is the most unattractive shiet ever. I'm a bisexual so I know what makes a girl attractive and believe me sneezing and coughing high pitch is just disgusting. Another unattractive quality about these future UOP students are their loud obnoxious laughs in the library. It also have this weird vibrating sound to it that's not only obnoxious, but also arrogant. Now I finally realize why I complain so much about this school, if only there's etiquette class for these girls. I swear, if you put these girls on the streets I wouldn't be able to tell if they are college students or call girls, they might as well save money and work as prostitutes.

Monday, May 9, 2011

The Best Asian Hair Dye

I Love dying my hair, but I always have to do it in the salon. All those hair dye like Garnier, Herbals, Clairol, etc didn't even change my jet black hair a bit. So I end up dragging my feet to the salon that usually cost me $100, so freaken expensive. I always hated the results from the Salon, they make my hair look unbelievably bright and unnatural. Well lucky for me I don't have to go through expensive, unnatural crap any more, I found an amazing produce for Asian hair. This hair dye Prettia, works wonders on Asian hair. It's basically a foam based soapy dye that is easier to apply and less damaging than those other ordinary hair dye. They have adorable names for their hair colors like: Milk tea brown, Marshmallow brown, glossy brown, royal brown, mocha orange, sugar apricot, sweet pink, custard brown, dark chocolate, chestnut brown, cassie berry, and etc. If you are interested in buying or checking out the product, you can do so in Amazon:

The directions are in Japanese, but the pictures make it easy breezy, like taking a bubble bath.

This is the tricky part, in order for the dye to really work, you have to put a lot of foamy dye in your hair and to really rub it in your head. Your head has to be as foamy as possible to the point where your hair can be clumped on top of your hair like a squished bun. Basically imagine yourself in the shower with shampoo on your hair, and you are scrubbing your hair to the point where it's one big white clump on top of your head. This is important because a lot of people tend to use a small amount fearing that it could damage their hair, when in fact this dye is less damaging and so much more safer than other dyes out there. I think the foam component makes it more gentler so you don't really feel the burning sensation.
I know that the box says to wait 20-30 min, but I waited till 60 min ;)
My hair came out light and natural just the way I like it.