I'm getting Salvadorian food soon so I thought this was appropriate:
Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Thursday, July 21, 2011
My sister's boyfriend's play at DC Fringe Fest, A Year of Living Dangerously, is good. His name's Brent Englar and he wrote and directed it. One of the characters has a funny but accurate Maryland accent where he pronounces his O's weirdly and it's great.
The theater feels kind of like La MaMa in Manhattan, but there's no nudity. At first I was disappointed because the play seems like it should have nudity, but then I decided that with all the edgy plays at Fringe Fest with edgy titles, it was nice to see a play that didn't go for shock value. It's getting good reviews.
There's one show left on Saturday at 6pm.
Posted by Jeremy Peter Green at 9:22 AM
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
Even though Michele Bachmann is a terrible person who unfairly judges other people and deserves this scrutiny about her migraines, I still disapprove of it. It's bad. And no, this isn't just because I own BACHMAN-2012.COM, BACHMANNBAYH.COM, BACHMANNBUSH.COM, BACHMANNDANIELS.COM, BACHMANNFORTUNO.COM, BACHMANNHUNTSMAN.COM, BACHMANNJINDAL.COM, BACHMANNPAWLENTY.COM, BACHMANNROMNEY.COM, and
Posted by Jeremy Peter Green at 10:33 PM
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Luis Fortuño? Why not? The Republicanish governor of Puerto Rico seems like a good VP choice to spice up an underdog GOP candidacy. Not only is he Latino, but he looks as though he's even mestizo.
Republican politicians are pretty Machiavellian, and Machiavelli wrote that success comes from a combination of virtu and fortuna. Clearly all of the major Republican candidates already have virtue covered, so maybe somebody like Michele Bachmann will see Fortuño's name, and once someone reminds her that Puerto Rico is part of the United States she'll see it as a sign.
Between having the first female or Mormon major party presidential nominee and the first (that I know of) Latino and mestizo vice presidential nominee, the Republicans may be able to grab enough moderate Mormon/female and Latino voters to win.
So of course I bought these domains today:
Posted by Jeremy Peter Green at 3:14 PM