Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Even More Updatez

I'm really busy. It sounds like a cop out but it's true. I have doctors appointments and road trip planning (I did really well at stick shift! I only stalled a few times!; I have to buy Dramamine and weird wristband things to keep me from getting car sick; We have to buy No Doz/Adderall. Lots of it). I'm doing freelancing tech stuff for my mom's friend to make some extra money. I'm seeing Radiohead next week and have to go into New York on Wednesday night for a lil gathering and I have pitches to write. I'm not complaining! I'm super excited. But it kind of sort of explains my recent disappearance.

What you can expect in the upcoming days:
  • A post on sex-positive, pro-porn feminism from a different angle than you'd expect.
  • A review of Pineapple Express - I'm seeing it tonight at midnight.
  • A review of the Radiohead show Josh and I hit up next week.
  • A big, long, top secret essay from Josh
Etc, etc, etc. Hopefully I'll get the first thing up before I head to the movies. We'll see.



Marshall said...

Why would you tease me with the JoBros and then not writing anything about them?

Jess and Josh said...

You should know by now that *everything* has to do with the JoBros.

Michael said...

Hey jess. I used to work at a retail pharmacy and saw those wristbands all the time. They always looked a little fishy to me. I found this article which confirms my suspicions. I thought you might like to take a look at it. http://www.webmd.com/cancer/news/20030829/wristbands-ease-chemo
It basically says the wristbands only act as a placebo. I can't imagine they're too expensive but why spend money on them when dramamine can actually work above and beyond a placebo effect?

Jess and Josh said...

Ahh I wish you hadn't told me it's a placebo! Placebos work sooo well for me. You could give me a tablet and tell me it will put me to sleep and it could be a Skittle and I'd promptly fall asleep. It's all mental.

Oh well. You *did* save me $12 so thanks, M. :) I suppose I'll be stickin to the Dramamine.

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