Thursday, August 30, 2007

Quote of the Day

" Happiness isn't something you experience;
it's something you remember. "


- Oscar Levent -

Cover Boy

Shawn Russell is a new cover boy of DNA magazine, photographed by David Vance. SOURCE





Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Clip of the Day

Desperate Housewives season 4 promo with Jennifer Lopez track - "Mile In These Shoes", directed By David LaChapelle. These ladies look amazingly hot - 40's is the new 20's.

Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Everybody Loves Missionaries

The 2008 Men on a Mission Calendar features twelve sexy young men of faith who have recently returned from serving as Mormon Missionaries, otherwise known as missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The calendar will be on sale on September 1.

Instead Of...

This NYTimes article shows us how to cut down the daily luxury life for the good of our future. And for myself at age 30; if I save $6,657/month, I'll be a millionaire by the age of 40. Yeah, 6 grands a month...

Quote of the Day

" You do anything long enough to escape the habit of living
until the escape becomes the habit. "

- David Ryan -

Sunday, August 26, 2007

Friday, August 24, 2007

My Wish List...

Fine Jersey Ringer Tank from American Apparel which Zac wore in "High School Musical 2." And I assumed he's the reason why this tank top is the must-have item.

Sorry, No Sex Please

This interesting article in Details magazine talks about more and more men are afraid to have one night stand (really ??) Apparently, they concern about the consequences such as STDs, pregnancy and the psycho stalkers. Click here for the quiz to find out if you're one of them.

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Pic of the Day

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World Premiere: Pink - "Who Knew"

I've heard this song everytime I go out to the bars and I love it. At first I didn't know who sing this so I Google it, and Voila !!!



Pink - Who Knew

You took my hand
You showed me how
You promised me you'd be around
Uh huh
That's right
I took your words
And I believed
In everything
You said to me
Yeah huh
That's right

If someone said three years from now
You'd be long gone
I'd stand up and punch them out
Cause they're all wrong
I know better
Cause you said forever
And ever
Who knew

Remember when we were such fools
And so convinced and just too cool
Oh no, no no
I wish I could touch you again
I wish I could still call you friend
I'd give anything

When someone said count your blessings now
'fore they're long gone
I guess I just didn't know how
I was all wrong
They knew better
Still you said forever
And ever
Who knew

Yeah yeah
I'll keep you locked in my head
Until we meet again
Until we
Until we meet again
And I won't forget you my friend
What happened

If someone said three years from now
You'd be long gone
I'd stand up and punch them out
Cause they're all wrong and
That last kiss
I'll cherish
Until we meet again
And time makes
It harder
I wish I could remember
But I keep
Your memory
You visit me in my sleep
My darling
Who knew
My darling
My darling
Who knew
My darling
I miss you
My darling
Who knew
Who knew

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

My Wish List...

Balenciaga scarf, $5,995

How Luxury Lost Its Luster

A new book by Dana Thomas called Deluxe: How Luxury Lost Its Luster, attempts to reveal the fact that luxury for the most part no longer exists. It has become a pseudo-label to sell goods for 10 times what they cost. Thomas argues that luxury companies are no longer about producing the best possible quality items but making the most amount of money with the least possible effort. Advertising savvy has replacement workmanship. The boardroom is more important than the workshop at the ateliers. She describes a process whereby luxury brands are now available at middle strata shopping malls around the world at the great cost of watering down quality and exclusivity. Most luxury goods are now produced in Asian in the same factories. So called couture houses have little to do with their own origins and are just marketable names that have been sold off to multinational conglomerates. SOURCE

Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Clip of the Day


Gay kiss on CBS Daytime soap "As the World Turns." Thanks Oh la la Blog

Quote of the Day

" If you ever get a second chance in life for something,
you've got to go all the way. "

- Lance Armstrong -

Extra Extra Large!

Yesterday I just received a phonebook, oh no it's 840 pages of new Vogue issue. I've never held anything that big in my hand before (no offense to all my exes...)

Monday, August 20, 2007

Clip of the Day

While we were hanging out in the hotel, we happened to watch "High School Musical 2" and I'm in love with it (or should I say - I'm in love with Zac, who doesn't.)

Return To The City

I was back to SF last night around midnight. It was a good trip, not great. We had a good time for what Denver had to offer (sorry for being honest.) It's good for us to do something different (outdoor activities) beside drinking and shopping. This trip made me appreciate San Francisco more, sometime you don't know what you've got until it's gone. You need a little comparison for a little appreciation...


Thursday, August 16, 2007

Quote of the Day

" The reason it hurts so much to separate
is because our souls are connected. "

- Nicholas Sparks, The Notebook -

Denver Will Never Be The Same: Part II

I'm heading out to Denver for a weekend trip. I'll try to blog if I'm not busy meeting guys (yeah right!!!)

Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Thai Spotting

Yahoo! Travel suggests the up-and-coming destinations for the alternative to the popular European cities, and Bangkok is one of them.

This Day In History

1769: Napoleon Bonaparte was born on the island of Corsica.

1914: Panama Canal open to traffic.

1939: The MGM musical "The Wizard of Oz" premiered at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.

1944: Allied forces landed in southern France during World War II.

1945: The Allies proclaimed V-J Day (Victory over Japan), one day after Japan agreed to surrender unconditionally.

1947: India became independent after some 200 years of British rule.

1948: The Republic of Korea (South Korea) was proclaimed.

1961: Berlin Wall built.

1969: The Woodstock Music and Art Fair opened in upstate New York.

1971: President Richard M. Nixon announced a 90-day freeze on wages, prices and rents.

1998: The day that changed my life.

2001: Astronomers announced the discovery of the first solar system outside our own - two planets orbiting a star in the Big Dipper.

2005: Iraqi leaders failed to meet a key deadline for finishing a new constitution.

2006: Israel began withdrawing its forces from southern Lebanon.

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Clip of the Day

Mandy Moore covers "Umbrella" of Rihanna. I must admit I really love this version.


Mandy Moore covers Rihanna’s “Umbrella”

Monday, August 13, 2007

Warhol Vs Banksy

What happen when the two most famous pop artists collide ? Warhol Vs Banksy Exhibition - a face to face show of classic drawings and paintings by Andy Warhol set against the infamous graffiti work of Banksy from August 10 to September 1, 2007 at The Hospital, Endell Street, London. Admission is free.
(Above left - Banksy's and above right - Warhol's)

This Used to be My Playground...or Red Carpet


My friends and I are still planning to dress up for Halloween although there will be no official Halloween celebration. City officials said Wednesday that there will be no official Halloween celebration anywhere in San Francisco in October - not in the Castro neighborhood, the traditional home of the event, and not at a parking lot near AT&T Park, which had been considered as an alternate site. Officials had been quietly working on plans to snuff out the Castro event, where a shooting last year injured nine people. SOURCE

Current Weather

When the rest of the country got heat wave, San Franciscan still enjoys our "sixty-nine"...

F@#k !!!! I Lost My Wallet

I couldn't believe this happened to me, I've never lost a wallet before in my life. It was a pain to canceled all my credit cards and get a new ID. Plus, the wallet is not just a Louis Vuitton, it's "limited edition." I guess I need to learn how to let go of something I love...

Happy Birthday, JaySpace !!!

" The friend is the man who knows all about you, and still likes you. "

- Elbert Hubbard, The Notebook, 1927 -


Saturday, August 11, 2007

Quote of the Day

" In true love the smallest distance is too great,
and the greatest distance can be bridged."

- Hans Nouwens -

Denver Will Never Be The Same: Part I

My friends and I are going to Denver next weekend, Aug 16-19 and I have no idea why we picked Denver. When I told everyone at work that I'm going to Denver, they all asked me the same questions. First plan, I'm checking the weather to make sure I have proper attires, looks like it's going to be hot like hell. Hopefully we'll come back in one piece...or we may convert to Evangelical like Mr. Ted Haggard ,wink...wink.

Meth - Not Even Once

Meth problem is the epidemic in America and Asia. Montana Meth Project runs a series of very powerful ads through TV, radio, billboards and internet ads. Here are some statistic of Meth epidemic in Montana.
65% of Montana youth report that Meth is easy to get.
1 in 4 young adults have close friends who use Meth.
1 in 3 Montana teens have been offered Meth in the past year.


More video here

Friday, August 10, 2007

Trailer: The Nines

An interesting movie starring Ryan Raynolds as different characters... In selected theaters Aug 31. Did I mention that he looks hot as usual.

Design For Less

Good news for people who lives in the Bay Area, here is a chance to own designer furnitures for good prices. Design Within Reach has a sample sale this weekend, Aug 11-12 at DWR Potrero studio warehouse, 2299 Alameda street San Francisco.

Quote of the Day

" Within you I lose myself...
Without you I find myself...
Wanting to be lost again. "

- Anonymous -

Cool Ads

David Beckham for Motorola ROKR headset.

Wednesday, August 08, 2007

New SF Skyline

Despite being branded as the earthquake city, three proposals for a new San Francisco skyscraper have been unveiled. New building will be taller than Transamerica Pyramid and will be the tallest building on the west coast. Here are the designs:
1. English architect Richard Rogers and his firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners designed a tower for Forest City Enterprises with a streamlined metallic look that has marked other projects by the renowned architect.

2. Cesar Pelli, designer of dozens of towers worldwide in recent decades, and his firm Pelli Clarke Pelli would insert a tapering tower into the skyline next to a terminal with a rooftop open space. Hines is the developer.

3. The San Francisco office of Skidmore Owings Merrill, working for Rockefeller Group Development Corp. They propose a tower that twists as it rises, topped by a glass veil extending another 10 stories into the air.

The Transit Tower is expected to be an iconic presence that will redefine the city's skyline, while incorporating the latest in green building and seismic safety systems. The winner will be selected on Sep 20th.
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Harry Hotter

Radar magazine September print issue, on newsstands August 13, investigates the life of Prince Harry, England's skirt-chasing, hard-partying royal pain. Although he's the second in line for the throne, personally I think he's hotter than his brother - Williams.

Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Exclusive And Limited, Oh Boy...

They're "must have" items of the season. Neiman Marcus is celebrating its 100th anniversary this fall, and has arranged for dozens of its best vendors to provide special merchandise for the occasion. Prada has produced about 20 items, ranging from shoes to accessories to ready-to-wear. The handbags come with "Prada for Neiman Marcus 1907-2007" embossed or on a decorative tag, while the shoes bear a heel plate, a sole plate or other marking with the anniversary logo. Retail prices range from $295 for a belt to $8,990 for a crocodile clutch. Shoes start around $995 for sporty styles and go up to $4,500 for crocodile pumps. Some of these limited edition items will be in all stores while others will be in select locations.
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Animal Instinct

Top designers bring womenwear back closer to the nature, but not the price tag. You sure can look like a wild sexy beast on Madison Avenue...
Balenciaga by Nicolas Ghesquière chiffon-and-felt "chèche" dress, $25,595.


Fendi nappa-leather jacket, $3,650, merino-wool turtleneck with rabbit and mink sleeves, $4,450, and nappa-leather pencil skirt, $4,740.

Burberry Prorsum wool-cashmere studded trench coat, $2,572

Louis Vuitton silk-radzimir dress with feather hem, $12,875

Dior by John Galliano dyed python jacket with foxfur sleeves, $17,490, calfskin skirt with crocodile-effect detailing, $6,920.

Gray Anatomy

Summer is not yet over but you have to prepare your Fall wardrobe before it's too late. Gray is always my color of choice over black because it's classy but not as boring as black. Here are fews fashion spread from Details magazine.

Quote of the Day

" I am a deeply superficial person. "

- Andy Warhol -

Monday, August 06, 2007

Cool Ads

New Levi's commercial goes Gay. I'm wondering is this ads will make the gays drop their Diesel and wear Levi instead ?

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Hillary At the Abbey

On Thursday, August 9th the Democratic Presidential Candidates will be having a forum in Los Angeles discussing gay rights and issues. Senator Hillary Clinton will come directly to The Abbey, West Hollywood after the forum to speak to the community. $50 per person for general admission and $1,000 for VIP reception.

Lazy Sunday

It's Sunday and I'm exhausted from my long week. I'll take it easy today...