Friday, October 06, 2006

I'll have a falafel with hot sauce, a side order of babaganoush and a seltzer, please.

*That's a line from my all time favourite movie, Party Girl
(and the reason I love falafels and public libraries!)

"Sassy, savvy and definitely clued-in!"
That just about sums me up! Welcome to post number one. I signed up only to leave a comment on my friend, Luis' page, but this could be fun! Stay tuned...


  • At 9:32 PM, Blogger Luis-Manuel Garcia said…

    WHEEE!! Welcome to the blogosphere, Miss Richardson. I can't wait to hear about your adventures in Library Science (and I mean that with no sarcasm, I really do want to hear about it). Also, please keep me informed about the awesome things that go on in Toronto, because I miss being there.

  • At 10:03 PM, Blogger Hannah said…

    Wow! I can't believe that I already have a comment! I'm having so much fun playing around with the layout that I may never get to post number two! Jeremy has given me a few pointers on html... Since you're interested, though, I'll keep you up to date on Toronto library happenings! For real news on Information Science check out my friend Mercedes' blog (she's in the program at U of T)! I'll add a link as soon as I figure out just how to do it.

  • At 11:38 PM, Blogger ballgame said…

    Hello, Hannah. I enjoyed Party Girl a lot myself, though I can certainly understand why it might have particular appeal to someone who works in the 'library industry'. (My favorite Parker Posey vehicle though was The House of Yes.)

    I also have a big case of Canada envy. Toronto's a great city. I look forward to reading your Toronto postings.

  • At 1:03 PM, Blogger Hannah said…

    Thanks for the comment! Parker Posey is fantastic - and she makes a fine Jackie O.

  • At 11:52 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Yep. The Andy Show was a bust,man. ...except for the Troy Donahue print.
    I didn't appreciate being told what to think by David Cronenberg.
    I especially disagreed with his comments on EMPIRE,the 8 hour film where Andy just set his camera down and pointed it at the big building. I think Andy meant to make a film which was not directed by the camerman but meant to be judged by the filmgoer.DC thought this was a comment on Andy's own self-image,a sort of giant icon.
    I don't think Andy planned this far ahead.

  • At 8:20 AM, Blogger Hannah said…

    I agree, Pookie. He was probably thinking, "Gee, it would be neat to film the Empire State Building..." And that's it.

  • At 8:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Oddly enough,I just et some babaganoush.

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