I Spy Friday: Snitch Tip #8

June 8, 2007 at 1:00 am (Uncategorized)


payment first, information second.

ok, so im sure youve seen those cop shows where the cop tries to get information from a bartender or something and the guy says something like “well, i dunno. he could’ve had brown hair or black hair.” hes a bartender, of course hes seen the perp. hes just stalling because he knows that the info he’s got is important enough to help with the case.

as a snitch, anything and everything you have to say will be very important. always. maybe not at that certain point in time, but it will come in handy later on. i swear. knowledge is power and it comes with a price. make sure you know its worth and the get the moolah before saying a word.

cmonm, come in. im on the case.


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How cute is this?

May 2, 2007 at 11:51 pm (GQ, In the News, Party Gurl, some introspection, TVLand, Uncategorized)


In Yahoo headlines today Disney Unveils social network for preteens.

How cute is this? And I mean that in a purely sarcastic way. So, this is like MySpace Disney, for kids 14 and under.

The preteens.

The preteens who already have a page on MySpace and thirty thousand friends to go with it.

The preteens who already have an up-all-night page on MySpace that are now going to gravitate towards a 9 o’clock-lights-out curfew on MySpace Disney.

Uh. Huh.

Not that I’m knockin’ Disney (love the movies, love the theme parks) or the Disney Channel. Quite the contrary:

“Hello, my name is Draven Atreides and I’m a former That’s So Raven addict. I’ve been clean for three years and counting.”

Notice how we kinda have the same name? Coincidence, I assure you. My stories will end up on the Disney Channel some day–mark my words–and the kidlets will have to get used to a new name…and a new girl. Party Girl, GQ, get your bags packed, cuz Hollywood, here we come!

Blink. Blink. Ahem.

Sorry. Got lost there for a moment. Seriously, I think it’s a great idea what they’re trying to do. What with all the sexual predators trolling through cyberspace these days, parents have to come up with new ways to protect their kids. I just think that when a kid hits the age of 14, it’s going to be all over but the cryin’ and they’re going to want to upgrade to the real deal.

I’m just sayin’.

Come on, come in. I’m on the case.

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