Date Joined: December 18, 2007
Last Online: August 26, 2008
Birthday: May 5, 1981
Country: United States
I love foreign, independent, and documentary films. Some of my favorites include: Pink Flamingos, Gummo, Grizzly Man, Desperate Living, Doom Generation, Hillary and Jackie, Breaking the Waves, Dogville, Run Lola Run, Lost and Found, Educational Archives, Fur, Sicko, Brokedown Palace, Buffalo 66, House of Yes, White Chicks, Secretary, Trekkies, The Apple, Best in Show, Fire, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Hell House, Monster's Ball, Napolean Dynamite, Julian Donkey Boy, Polyester, In the Bedroom, He Loves Me He Loves Me Not, Boys Don't Cry, Ken Park, Mean Girls, and The Garbage Pail Kids...
Tori Amos, Bloodhound Gang, Leslie Hall, Regina Spektor, Lily Allen, Jewel, Kelis, Madonna, Dizzee Rascal, Radiohead, Britney Spears, Peaches, Moldy Peaches, MIA, Chicks on Speed, Missy Elliott, Gwen Steffani, Vanilla Ice.
Amazing Race, Big Brother, The OC, Queer as Folk, Six Feet Under, Penn and Teller: Bullshit, Taboo, 30 Rock, Family Business, Awful Truth, The Office, Airline, Da Ali G Show, and the classic Britney and Kevin Chaotic.
** Lonely Planet's Blue List ** All about Scabs- Genichiro Yagyu ** The Sex Lives of Cannibels- J. Maarten Troost ** Freak! Inside the Twisted World of Micheal Jackson- Nick Bishop ** PostSecret- Frank Warren ** A Crackup at the Race Riots- Harmony Korine ** Found- Davy Rothbart ** The Good Body- Eve Ensler ** The Art and Science of Dumpster Diving- John Hughes** I do subscribe to and buy a multitude of magazines...my favorites include: Bust, Bitch, Found, Bizarre, Vice, ReadyMade, Star, and various zines (like mine, Periods are Exciting!)...
I have four kitties (Four, Seymour, Mikey and Yinnie)who I love like children. I raised them all since they were kittens!
I'm a sociology major, so I love people watching. One of my favorite things is going to garage sales. For me, this combines people watching (obviously, you can tell a lot about a person from their garage sale) and my uttermost love of bargains.
My other hobby is traveling. I've been to Iceland, Bahamas, Thailand, Japan, Belguim, France, Holland, and about half of the states so far.
Found photos and letters, stickers, kawaii, zines, anything handmade, food characters, anything related to Russian nesting dolls, back issues of Vice magazine, food scented items, local products, etsy- type things, homemade cat toys, international film, documentaries, vintage, thrift, view master slides,foreign coins, international candy (esp milk chocolate or caramel), Asian fashion magazines like Cutie, Fruits, or Smart and anything that is strange, bizarre, or unusual!
What I would like to receive:
** anything for my collections
** Kinder chocolate
** some kawaii (personified food is my fav.!)or Pee Wee Herman address labels
Flower scented things, Disney, Looney Toons, coconut, religous themed items, dark chocolate, tea, mint, licorce, coffee, and frilly or girly things.
Boston man receives postcard from 1929
The message on the postcard to a "Miss Margaret McDonald" was short. Its path to the intended address was much longer. Nearly 79 years after it was sent, a postcard of Yellowstone National Park's Tower Falls arrived in a Boston mailbox recently with the one-word message, "Greetings."
Its intended recipient had long since left the Victorian on Sparhawk Street, and the sender was not identified by name.
Michael Cioffi was shocked to find the card dated June 1929 in his mail. He says the McDonald family did own his house for generations, but he doesn't think there is anyone left in the family to pass the postcard to.
A U.S. Postal Service spokesman says it's impossible to know what happened with the card. It somehow got into the mail and was sent with a one cent stamp from Seattle earlier this year.
Information from: The Boston Globe, http://www.boston.com/globe
So, if for some reason you don't receive something from me just let me know. I always send my swaps! :)
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