Posts tagged Tom Cruise
I’m going to keep this short and sweet. Just like me. Actually, I’m pretty tall, so let’s keep this tall and sweet. If you haven’t yet been to Bingo at The Standard Grill, you’re missing out BIG TIME! Over the past few months this weekly Sunday night party has gotten everyone loopy with incredible prizes, dance offs, great food and themes which may or may not require a costume. Of course costumes always increase your chances of winning…
This month, we are bringing you The March of the Decades where every Sunday is a different theme from a specific decade. The lineup is as follows:
March 6th - 1970s: Don your favorite bell bottoms, halter tops and afro wigs and get ready to disco through the party.
March 13th - 1980s: Try to find your favorite pair of neon Marithe & Francois Girbaud jeans, pin them at the bottom, finish off with dual toned scrunchy socks and you’re ready to face my wrath. Spandex is also suggested.
March 27th - 2000 + Beyond: This Space Age party will have Tom Cruise and Xenu wanting more. Metallic silver, space dust (not that kind!!!!) and alien baby daddies will be rampant throughout.
Okay, kids. That’s all I have. If this isn’t enough for you to get your derrieres to the grill, I don’t know what is.
I am SOOOO excited right now for SO many reasons, my Stan D’arlings!
The first one is that, from today on, I’m going to be bringing you deeply fascinating interviews with the people in my life who make the world go round, and the interviews shall be called “Don’t Question Stan, XXX” The XXX being the person interviewed. I know. I know. I love it too.
The second reason I’m beyond myself is because the first in this series of Q&As is my good friend, Jack Dorsey.
The last reason I’m excited is that my martini JUST arrived. So keep reading while I sit back and imbibe. Let the games begin!!!
I’ve been obsessed with maps and cities since I was very young, always wondering what was going on at various places on the map. I got into programming dispatch software for taxis and emergency vehicles to visualize where they were and what they were doing. Twitter is the missing piece of that work, the citizens and my friends: where were they, and what were they doing? I still see it as a big map full of activity.