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Report: Ozzy Osbourne's Son in Rehab
Tue Apr 29, 3:45 PM ET

PASADENA, Calif. - Jack Osbourne, the 17-year-old son of heavy metal star Ozzy Osbourne, has checked into a drug and alcohol rehabilitation clinic, People magazine reported.

The teenager entered Las Encinas Hospital in Pasadena on April 23, according to the issue appearing on newsstands Friday.

oh boy, las encinas....that brings back memories.
posted by Paige @ 6:40 AM   1 comments

OH YEAH!!! check out this news from E! Online -
TV's favorite ZIP code is gearing up for a comeback. Beverly Hills, 90210 will bring together its infamous alumni for a 10-year reunion special next month.

Among the actors making an appearance on Fox's
Beverly Hills, 90210: 10-Year High School Reunion May 11 are some you'd never imagine--specifically Shannen Doherty, who left under a dark cloud (and was blurred out of a 1996 retrospective)--and others you know wouldn't miss the get-together, including Jason Priestley, Luke Perry, Jennie Garth and Gabrielle Carteris.

man! i can't wait!
posted by Paige @ 10:42 AM   0 comments

so i get to enjoy entertainment again.

i turned on the tv tonight to zone my brain out a bit (one lesson i learned - i don't need tv to unwind). i'm flipping through channels and decide to watch an episode of the osbournes. pretty soon i'm watching and it turns vaguely familiar. i soon realize it's the one where kelly goes to nyc - and i've seen it! i have watched tv in over 6 weeks, and there's not a newer episode of the osbournes? what's up with that?

i think i'll go to bed.

ps. thanks john for the movie ticket (how cool is he?). although we didn't go tonight after all, i know i will enjoy it soon!
posted by Paige @ 6:35 PM   0 comments

do you remember the optimism of the 80s? i decided to reminise a little as i was waiting for frozen lunch to cook. you see, our office has this ancient microwave with a dial and that's about it. it must have been the delux model, though, because it does have the merri-go-round inside.

anyway, that made me remember our first microwave and the cookbook that came along with it. i remember being so excited, because my mom was so excited, about cooking an entire meal in the microwave. forget radiation, our biggest concern was how to cook an egg without blowing it up. but, mind you, we never did actually cook an egg, just learned exactly how to cook an egg.

which brings me back to my prepackaged, frozen lean cuisine lasagna. it took 10 minutes to cook, and the outside was fried, the inside still frozen. it makes you wonder, does technology really progress humanity?
posted by Paige @ 10:45 AM   0 comments

a moment of sanity, no relief, in today's reading -

Very often what God first helps us towards is not the virtue itself but just this power of always trying again. For however important chastity (or courage, or truthfulness, or any other virtue) may be, this process trains us in habits of the soul which are more important still. It cures our illusions about ourselves and teaches us to depend on God. We learn, on the one hand, that we cannot trust ourselves even in our best moments, and, on the other, that we need not despair even in our worst, for our failures are forgiven. The only fatal thing is to sit down content with anything less than perfect.

c.s. lewis
mere christianity
posted by Paige @ 9:05 PM   0 comments

oh man, i am struggling. EVERYTHING is a temptation! suddenly every boy is incredibly attractive. (ok, maybe not every one, but definitely all of my favorites - and my one in particular ... but i won't go into that now) i am lusting after pop music, every movie is irresistable, i can't seem to get enough to eat, i want to yell at people to get their own damn coffee, etc.! grr! what is wrong with me?! this is supposed to be the best week. the week where the end of my lenten sacrifices is in sight, where i begin to get sad and miss the times i've just recently had. but all i want to do is watch movie after movie and drink and have a ciggy or two. sigh. and to top it all off, i feel like i'm all alone in this. the support that i had (or rather, that i thought i'd have) is asleep downstairs. i guess i shouldn't be relying on that kind of support anyway. but damn it! i want it! (see - that right there is my attitude this weekend)

posted by Paige @ 7:21 PM   0 comments

i just picked up the prints from the disposable cameras at the wedding. it's amazing how something can be just days away, but it feels like an eternity. i am living in a bit of a time-warp lately. a good friend of mine from more than 3 years ago just emailed to say he's moving out here in the fall. i was so young....it was ages ago that we were close. and my other good friend informed me that i will marry him. i doubt it, but here's to what was and what we don't yet know.
posted by Paige @ 7:25 PM   0 comments

it's amazing to think that we've only been at war for 13 days. it feels much longer.

i have had several people ask me if i will go back to watching television once lent is over. i honestly don't know. i must say that i have enjoyed my tv-free life immensely. much more than i ever thought i would. the scary thing is that my not turning on the tv, etc. has influenced others. paul and i are both doing this sacrifice together. my roommates have hardly touched the tv. i've had almost no invites to attend movies.

i did, however, catch a few glimpses of the war coverage. it honestly makes me sick to my stomach. the concept of 'shock and awe' is one that i actually do support. i believe, as i understand the purpose of s&a is, that america should be informed of the horrors of war. we live in a terribly sheltered society, under false ideas of freedom. what i disagree with, and consequentially what makes me ill, is the way that the coverage is used. the motives do not seem to be for the right reasons and that saddens me.

i think i will not watch television if the war is still continuing. i have completely lost any appeal for american idol, etc. it is useless.

such irony in weekend of real and personal love at court & kurt's wedding set up against the horrible backdrop of war.
posted by Paige @ 1:04 PM   0 comments

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