OMG we met someone who worked on a movie set!

Peeps!  Willameena here, fresh from watching the Oscars.  You know that movie Milk, with that old guy Sean Penn, who just won Best Actor?  Well, we didn’t meet him, but that movie was set in San Francisco, in the Castro district, and there’s this big neon sign for the Castro movie theater that they revamped for Milk.  And HBP hung out with Shawna Peterson, the artist that makes neon signs and redid that Castro sign. She has pics of the whole restoration thing up on her site.

Living Life on the Edge…Of the Patio

Hi peeps!

Willamena Von Moving Von here, slave intern for Rhymes With Orange.  This is blog post number two.  I’m told to tell you about this website for all you “hip” suburbanites who wish you could have your youth back.

 Well you can’t have it– it’s mine now.  

Anyway, Burbia.com is a website that adults consider funny that runs stories and has cartoons. They let her put stuff in there.

If it talks about life in the suburbs, hopefully it will say stuff about the mall.  I love the mall.  I wish every store was Abercrombie & Fitch.  Or Hollister.

Greetings from Rhymes With Orange World Headquarters, Blogging Annex

Welcome!  We’ve cleared out a tiny broom closet on the 4th floor of World Headquarters to allow Willamena Von Moving Von, the only intern of six to complete the typing test and the 45 minute swim, to set up shop and start blogging.  Please welcome Willamena.  

Hi everyone!  I’m Willamena and I actually wrote my own introduction above, because frankly, no one around here knows what they’re doing.  My job description (and guess who had to write that ) is keep people posted on various goings on with rbma_rhymeswithorange_com (Rhymes With Orange) and HBP (Hilary B. Price.)  I know, snore. I’ll do my best considering what little I have to work with.

The first thing is actually kind of cool, because it has to do with celebrities– the smartest, most beautiful, happiest people in the world.  Everyone I work with is too lame to subscribe to People, but I do see the inside cover of Parade magazine on Sunday.  HBP is not on this page of Parade (of course not! Duh!)  but they’ve started to run a few of her cartoons in the back.

Here’s the first, which ran when Reese Witherspoon was on the cover.  Reese Witherspoon!  Legally Blonde! They made it into a musical! I saw it on MTV.

"Dang it, Williams, this is football!  Stop referring to this as the 'huggle.'"