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I Would Understand

May 30, 2012


I love Yes Man. It’s my favorite Jim Carrey movie (where he’s funny). There are so many hilarious and great scenes in this film. One of my favorites is when Zooey Deschanel sings with Munchausen by Proxy. Check it. And I couldn’t not include this hilarious scene with Jim Carrey singing Jumper. Enjoy.

Who Knows What the Tide Could Bring?

May 25, 2012


Hey there, folks. It’s been a long, rough week. Horrible, to put it nicely. Anyways, when I’m down and going through a hard time, I always have a set of go-to movies. So if I start putting up videos of favorite scenes recently, you’ll know why then :) Cast Away has been one of my favorite […]

Life Imperceptibly Coming Between

May 24, 2012


After searching at great length, I finally found the video I was looking for. When I’m down, I have a set of go-to movies to get my mind off the hard times. Chess In Concert was my introduction to the fantastic musical Chess, that continues to move me with its music and story every time […]

Not Meant to Be

April 3, 2012


Many people talk about break-ups with significant others, but rarely do people mention friendship break-ups. I’m feeling especially inspired given that within the course of the year’s first three months, I’ve had a few friendships either break-up, come together, or slowly pull apart at the seam. All very different situations, all very different people. All […]

Blogging and Why It Is Completely Awesome

November 4, 2011


I never did the online diary thing in junior high or high school. I think I might have saved myself a world full of drama with friends. But around the end of high school, I started my first Blogger blog. I had never done the blogging thing before and wanted to get in, kind of […]


October 13, 2011


In the movie Dan in Real Life, the final line the narrator (Steve Carell) delivered is to an audience of readers assumed-to-be parents, for his first article in his newly-syndicated column. He tells them, “Instead of telling our young people to plan ahead, we should tell them to plan to be surprised.” That quote might […]