apparently even cher is weighing in on the octomom:
"I'm so negative against her. She just shouldn't have any of those children as far as I'm concerned...She acts like someone who is not of this world. It's like, 'hello come down to planet earth with the rest of us'."
today i went to the guggenheim, which i haven't been to in years - i even became a member today. if you like abstract/conceptual art like i do, the current exhibition, "the third mind: american artists contemplate asia 1860-1989" is fab.
it's worked out that work is even contributing to my year of new york city. just moved desks to a corner cubicle looking down broadway to times square. p diddy (or whatever he goes by now) even has my back.
27. Would you rather have a great wardrobe or an amazing car?
i'm neither a clothes person, nor a car person. but, i'd have to choose clothes. not just because I don't have much use for one in NYC. it's just that i've never been into cars.
i have always driven any P.O.S. car that was handed down to me - the maroon chevy caprice family station wagon, the grey oldsmobile nicknamed "the silver bullet," the pink "champagne supernova" lebaron & the lavender ford probe that came with insta-car payments.
hmmm...actually...on second thought, i'll pick an amazing car. it's about time.
OK, i don't portend to have much fashion sense. but, today i was walking behind a woman that had on: acid-washed jeans with a rip in the ass, gold hot pants underneath exposed, blue hoodie and a gold lamé fanny pack. when good hipsters go bad.
today, pre-superbowl party, i squeezed in the Whitney Museum of American Art. the highlight for me was their "Synthetic" exhibition, looking at modernists use of acrylics and other synthetic media. unfortch, only one floor's worth, but i enjoyed all the same.