Just a bit of commentary about nothing in particular.
I can't believe that there's not a single thing that y'all want to ask me.I'll go. "Dara, what do you want for your birthday."World peace. And the complete third season of the O.C. on DVD.
Where can I get my hair cut for the $40 range? I mean a good place, not just any place.
$40? Hmmm. That's tough. Most places are either $60 and up, or the el-cheapo $15 Supercuts variety.The Jouvence Aveda near me starts at $55, and that's where I go. But, trust me, it's never just $55.My friend once recommended the Bubbles in Pentagon City mall. It's about $30. But -- be warned -- they had a particular stylist in mind, and I can't find her business card.Once I went to a place on Clarendon Blvd. and 10th St. called Angel's. I'm not sure of their pricing, but they did a pretty good job. And that's actually the place I used the first time I got highlights done.
Have you read any Thomas Wolfe?
Not yet. But Look Homeward, Angel is something that I will read at some point -- even thought it's not on my list.
That's what I'm currently reading.
Is it your copy or borrowed? ('Cause if it's yours, I might ask to borrow it when you're through.)
If you had to live in a fictional TV town, which would it be? I'd totally be rocking out in Stars Hollow;) Also, Have you seen Gone With The Wind?
1. Hmmm, that's hard. There was a time when I would have voted for Sunnydale, from Buffy, but, in retrospect, it seems a little too dangerous.For current shows, it would be a toss-up between Stars Hollow (quirky), Neptune (interesting with all the mysteries), the O.C. (Best. Clothing. Ever.), and the Seattle of Grey's Anatomy ('cause if Meredith didn't want Finn and he's still available . . .).I think Neptune would win. Besides, with all of the rich people there, I'm sure a tax lawyer would find some good work.Anywhere but Smallville, because weird things happen to those people.2. Yes. Like 100 times. I wore out my first videotape of it. And then I just donated my second video of it to charity when I upgraded to the collector's edition DVD over the summer.
I think the worst place to live would be the Los Angeles of "24." Seriously, that city is always about to be destroyed by terrorists.Also, Twin Peaks... You don't want to be stuck in a David Lynch story.As far as where I would want to live, Springfield from The Simpsons would have to be right up there. Maybe South Park too. And, back when the show was on, I really wanted to live in Cicely, Alaska from Northern Exposure.
I don't watch "24", but it seems like Las Vegas, Miami, and New York are pretty dangerous. But at least they have well-trained crime-scene investigation crews that have unlimited resources to devote to any case, so your murder would definitely be solved and the defendent put in jail based on totally solid evidence that doesn't require any eyewitness testimony.Does it bother you that guys can have their hair cut for $13 while you're struggling to find a place that'll do it for under $60? I had no idea women's hair cuts had gotten that expensive... you're getting screwed!
Justin: I don't think there's a question there.I specifically limited my answer to Scarlet's question to fictional places. If I had to live anywhere, it would be London or New York.RJ: It does bother me that women's haircuts cost more than men's. But it's probably made up for by the fact that men's shoes cost more than women's.
Dara: But men only buy two pairs of shoes (black and white), plus sneakers.Star's Hollow is quaint and idealic, but I imagine it would get boring pretty fast.
Debby: That's why I'd choose Neptune, not Stars Hollow. But I'd definitely want to take a vacation to Stars Hollow, and stay at the Dragonfly.I don't think men buy white shoes that are not sneakers. I think you're thinking of black and brown. But most guys really have more shoes than that. They occasionally have Birkenstocks. And snow boots. But yeah, most women have way more shoes -- too many to really make up for the price differential.
Oh, of course I meant black and brown. I started to write that and then thought of sneakers.Neptune is...?
Neptune is the town in Veronica Mars. It's a California beach town, somewhere that is clearly south of L.A., and probably a little north of San Diego.It's got a beach. And surfers. And a college. And weird architecture with a lot of stained glass. And an awesome Karaoke bar. And a nice coffee house.I could go on.
I see. Hmmm...I'll keep my options open. I'm not a beach bum. But you gotta love the weather.
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