people we like


by on Jan.08, 2013, under Art, just awesome, people we like, stuff we like

Happy Birthday to David Bowwiiee, happy birthday to yoouu…and many more…


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Level out

by on Dec.03, 2012, under designers, people we like, products

Look who else loves their Level 99 denim…


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by on Nov.20, 2012, under Art, people we like, real neat lookin


We believe she’s even MORE beautiful (if that’s even possible) than 25 years ago when she began modeling for the world. Kate still wows and remains enigmatic…reading her Vanity Fair interview now. Yay!

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I will get by

by on Nov.08, 2012, under people we like, stuff we like, throwback thursday

Such an appropriate song for a cloudy so cal day…



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by on Oct.31, 2012, under adventure time, Dance Party Wednesday!, people we like, stuff we do

Happy Halloween a la DeadMau5
We love us some EDM (electronic dance music-for those not in the know know)!
Party people wear your most machoey and barely there costumes and get yer swerve on this ghoul’s nite!
Waah Ahh Aaaa


…or take your kids out for good clean sugary fun!


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Robbie Redford

by on Oct.29, 2012, under 70s, Change, people we like

70s Robert Redford is amazing!! I think hipsters should give way to the proper 70s look! Pay homage people…


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DJ up

by on Oct.28, 2012, under adventure time, New Things, people we like, stuff we like, uncool

DJs should accept text requests. It would be a smart business move.


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Says Coco

by on May.18, 2012, under people we like

Said by Miss Coco Chanel, and I quote…

“A girl should be two things…classy and fabulous”.

A word on “classy”. It is not always an outward thing that is classy but a way of being and handling oneself that is classy. A then classy item takes that person to new heights.

Work on it, keep it up, refine it, don’t you forget it!


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Etta James

by on Jan.24, 2012, under Change, people we like

Sadly Ms. Etta James died last Friday. She had such a dynamic voice and style that she couldn’t be boxed in by any specific genre, but suffice to say we love her rough n tumble bluesy voice and elegance!
Her smooth voice only gave hints of her colorful life. Her story will continue to translate thru her music….we also love that she was a Los Angeles native (woo woo).
Check her out…

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Liz Taylor

by on Mar.23, 2011, under people we like, stuff we like, Uncategorized

I don’t really know too much about Elizabeth Taylor besides the fact that she played Cleopatra and was good friends with Michael Jackson. She was one of those celebrities I never gave much thought to, but took for granted, so the news of her passing caught me slightly off guard. It also got me to thinking about women like Elizabeth Taylor because they are, quite literally, a dying breed. But before they are gone all together, I think that there are many things we can learn from them. There is something to be said about women who take so much pride in being just that, women. They always look perfect, know how to cook, bake, raise children, keep their men happy, and always conduct themselves as ladies (no matter how many men they may be keeping happy). And they make it all seem so easy. ┬áMy Grandmother, Barbara (she has at least 5 friends also named Barbara) is really the only woman of this caliber that I have ever known. She is smart, witty, impeccably dressed, can keep up with the boys, and cook a mean leg of lamb. So, I think in her honor, and in remembrance of the late Elizabeth Taylor, I am going to make myself a short list of womanly things to improve upon this year.

Here’s a start:

1. Learn a couple of really good dirty jokes

2. Wear more lipstick…or try wearing lipstick at all. Maybe finding a lipstick that doesn’t make me feel like a drag queen would be a better start.

3. Work on this list

Now here is one very short and funny story that describes my grandmother perfectly…

At my cousin’s wedding, dressed to the nines in one of her Jackie-o-esque suits, Barbs was gettin’ funky on the dance floor. A couple gin and tonics over the limit and one twist of the twist and shout too low, she took a spill. What’s the first thing that happens? Her knees immediately zoom together like they’re connected by some insane magnetic forcefield. Before anyone had even noticed that she had fallen she was back on her feet twist and shouting the night away. My mom and I were the only ones lucky enough to witness the little slip-up and the magic forcefield that lives in Barb’s knees.

And since I never knew Elizabeth Taylor and have no short or funny stories about her life, here are some great pics courtesy of the interweb…


these are my favorite kind of photos. so beautiful.

4. learn how to work a lasso

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