Would it be weird for me to say that I want to be Jen Peros when I grow up? Given that I’m older than her, yeah probably. But still!
Jen is a reporter for US Weekly. Yes, she makes a living investigating celebrity news, interviewing stars and going on television to share the latest scoops. Oh, and she met my preteen crush Rick Springfield.
Jealous? I think I am.
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@JenPeros: A tall, drink of handsome water who can laugh at everything with me, and at me sometimes, too.
My friend Julie, a liberal who is a contributor at Fox News (brave, right?), recently wrote this op-ed that required her to dig deep and share family secrets.
My aunt was a good person – one of the most pure hearted people I knew. During her good days, she possessed a gentleness rarely found in adults. But it is a blessing that she never had access to a firearm.
Have a read and let me know what you think. Also, follow Julie on Twitter.
This happened last night. The officer is expected to survive, fortunately.
This is what I walked into today on my way to an appointment near the NYPD’s 90th precinct.
I was nervous. Was I walking into an active crime scene?
There was a crowd waiting so I asked. A suspect had been arrested and was expected to be transfered soon.
The waiting crowd was a cross-section of the neighborhood: white, black, latino, hasidic.
If you don’t know what it’s like to live in New York City, you might think this is a common occurrence. Or at least not a rarity. But I haven’t ever witnessed anything like it. I think a lot of people felt the same way and stuck around for a look.