Monday, August 01, 2005

Wish Me Luck

In just a few hours, I'm heading over to the CNN studios for an appearance tonight at 7pm on the Anderson Cooper show. Keep your fingers crossed that Jolie doesn't make an utter fool of herself. And if you feel like waking up really early tomorrow, I'll be on CNN American Morning. Funny that CNN is giving me so much love—they were my very first internship ever, way back in the day. (You know, like, seven years ago.)

6 Comments:

Blogger fabulous said...

Good Luck, break a leg :P :P

8/01/2005 4:26 PM  
Blogger Shelley said...

I saw your blog site in People Mag. this week. I think freedom of speech is more important than any job. Best wishes to you!!

Shelley
Baton Rouge, La.

8/01/2005 5:37 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

I have really enjoyed your blog the past few weeks. And it seems word is catching on!

I am not usually the type of person to just go out and buy something based on the opinion of one person (and am not easily swayed by magazine articles,) but I must admit – I went out Friday and bought the Bare Escentuals Clear Radiance. And I love it! I would add that I think it is the type of product for someone in their 20s or 30s, though. Any older and I don’t think it will work – it will just look like someone is trying a little too hard to recapture their youth.

I guess the fact that you are now technically unemployed and not benefiting financially from the products you currently recommend in your Top 10 List made me realize that you really must like the products listed. I think I may even try a few more.

Keep up the great work and product and industry junkies like me will definitely keep reading.

8/01/2005 6:15 PM  
Blogger Steve said...

Keep writing and speaking your mind. You know we have a freedom of speech in this country, or at least we use to have. I do not remember ever voting to give anyone power to controll your speech. I hope that you stay true to yourself and you do not sell yourself out for some corporate assholes.

8/02/2005 7:57 AM  
Blogger Steve said...

Keep writing and speaking your mind. You know we have a freedom of speech in this country, or atleast we use to have. I do not remember ever voting to give amyone power to controll your speech. I hope you stay true to yourself and you do not sell yourself out to some corporate assholes. I do not see how a company can fire you because you say some thing that is true. Why do I say that. Because 99% of the population does not say things that has not happened to them. What I am saying is that I work for a company that says things all the time about how much they care for there employees and they really do not care about anything but numbers and covering up their deceiptful tracks.

8/02/2005 8:05 AM  
Blogger F.A. said...

We had to endure the entire Niger story waiting for you, girl!

8/03/2005 7:59 AM  

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