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Sunday, July 20, 2008

America's Next Top Cat Model

If you think there are cat fights on Ty Ty's set, you haven't seen a diva fit until you've seen an episode of the hottest new reality show, "America's Next Top Cat Model." Here's a recap of this week's episode, the creative headwear challenge:

Sly lost points for not smiling with his eyes, and for trying to mate with Tyra's wig. I'm sorry Sly, you are not America's Next Top Cat Model.

Franklin, you are working your jungle realness, but biting Miss Jay won't get you anywhere in the cat modeling industry. You are not America's Next Top Cat Model.

While plus-size models are not normally our thing, Truman has the haughty glamour that sells products. Congratulations Truman! Meanwhile, the show producers plan to sleep with one eye open for the next few weeks.

Who says you can't have a good time for less than $3.00?

Thursday, July 03, 2008


My phone died about six months ago, so I was forced to get a new one. Since I knew the 3G iPhone I have waited for, the second generation model on the better network, would be released sometime this year, I bought a cheapo refurbished Motorola Blackjack to suffice in the mean time. I can't really afford the new iPhone when it is released next week since I had to get new glasses this week for my old pepaw eyes, but was planning to get one in August. That is until I saw how AT&T is going to screw me over for the price of the 16GB model:

New AT&T Customers buying an iPhone: $299
Old AT&T Customers who haven't bought a phone in ages: $299
Old AT&T Customers who have had to replace broken equipment: $499

Seriously. $499. Fuck them. I'm giving consideration to "moving" to my mother's house where no reception is available, voiding my contract, switching to Verizon, and trying to get an unlocked iPhone 3G on the down-low, even if it exceeds AT&T's fuckover price. If this is how I'm treated for spending more money with them over the last seven years I've been a customer than most of the people eligible for a $200 savings, they can suck it.

The sad thing is, in making a nuisance of myself to them in an effort to get my way I am having to torment some poor schlub who makes a terrible wage and has to deal with the consequences of bad corporate decision-making. I know because I've been there. I worked for Sprint maybe 9 years ago, and it was terrible because they had so very little regard for their customers.