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New Hair!

New Hair!

Now I’m even more of a blonde!


Game night anyone?

Awhile back I bought a bunch of board games in the hopes I would host game nights. That never happened. My games are lonely and they need to be played! 


tacos and cherry coke

I’m trying this thing where I don’t eat out that much, because one it’s cheaper to eat at home and two it’s usually healthier.

However, I can’t seem to pull myself away from del taco… my better half is addicted to their soft tacos and I’m obsessed with their cherry coke.  Help!! 


My stalker is ridiculous

Seriously, my stalker just became really annoying. Creating a fake profile on that certain social media site and then not just harassing me with really offensive comments, but also harassing my friends? C’mon… we’re adults (ish).

Why can’t I just have a nice and non-harassing stalker?


Is that doggie PMS?

So I’ve been housesitting for some friends of mine and last night and this morning I noticed some little blood smudges on the tile and carpet. Naturally I was like “where the heck is this coming from?” and then I realized that it was coming from one of their dogs.

Anytime the dog would move, she would leave a little blood stain in that spot. I checked her out and couldn’t find any open wounds. The only other option is that she’s having a doggie period. That happens, right?

If doggie periods aren’t a real thing than I think we’re in trouble…


And…I’m back!

I’m pretty sure it’s just me, but I always have some sort of weird, awkward exchange with people. Especially people I’m meeting for the first time. 

So years ago, this kid in my math class would get totally weirded out with me anytime he was like “Hey Nicole, what’s up?” because I would literally look up at the ceiling and be like “I’m good, how are you?”

He’s like… “uh, what are you looking at?”

Talk about awkward.



I know I have not been political on my blog before, but I really wanted to get some things off my chest.  I am very worried about PIPA and SOPA being passed and so I wrote to my representatives and senators expressing my concern and wishing my views be heard.  Out of the three I contacted, I actually received a response from Senator Diane Feinstein.  This was her response:

Dear Ms. Wright:
I received your letter expressing opposition to the “Preventing Real Online Threats to Economic Creativity and Theft of Intellectual Property Act,” commonly known as the “PROTECT IP Act.”  I appreciate knowing your views on this matter.
The “PROTECT IP Act” (S. 968) gives both copyright and trademark owners and the U.S. Department of Justice the authority to take action against websites that are “dedicated to infringing activities.”  These are websites that have “no significant use other than engaging in, enabling, or facilitating” copyright infringement, the sale of goods with a counterfeit trademark, or the evasion of technological measures designed to protect against copying.
The bill does not violate First Amendment rights to free speech because copyright piracy is not speech.
America’s copyright industry is an important economic engine, and I believe copyright owners should be able to prevent their works from being illegally duplicated and stolen.  The protection of intellectual property is particularly vital to California’s thriving film, music, and high-technology industries.
I understand you have concerns about the “PROTECT IP Act.”  While I voted in favor of this bill when it was before the Senate Judiciary Committee, I have also been working with California high-technology businesses to improve the bill and to address the concerns of high-tech businesses, public interest groups and others.  I recognize the bill needs further changes to prevent it from imposing undue burdens on legitimate businesses and activities, and I will be working to make the improvements, either by working with Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT) or through amendments on the Senate floor.
On May 26, 2011, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the “PROTECT IP Act” for consideration by the full Senate.  Please know I will keep your concerns and thoughts in mind should the Senate proceed to a vote on this legislation.  As you may be aware, Representative Lamar Smith (R-TX) has introduced similar legislation, the “Stop Online Piracy Act” (H.R. 3261), in the House of Representatives.
Once again, thank you for sharing your views.  I hope you will continue to keep me informed on issues of importance to you.  If you have any additional questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact my Washington, D.C. office at (202) 224-3841.  

          Wishing you a happy 2012.

Sincerely yours,

  Dianne Feinstein
         United States Senator

Further information about my position on issues of concern to California and the Nation are available at my website,  You can also receive electronic e-mail updates by subscribing to my e-mail list. Click here to sign up.  Feel free to checkout my YouTube Page.

 So in turn, this was my response to her:

Ms. Feinstein,

I really appreciate you taking the time to hear from me and also  
respond to my concern.  It means a lot to know that my Senators are  
listening to their constituents’ views about policies that we feel do  
not accurately represent our views for a strong nation.  I realize you  
do support PIPA and SOPA and say that they are just policies that will  
protect copyright infringement.  However, I want to know who will be  
in charge for determining which sites should be blacklisted?  Will  
there be a huge committee of representatives or will another NEW  
government department be formed?  I just know we are trillions of  
dollars in debt and having a new agency that polices the internet  
seems like it will be very expensive and only ADD to our debt.

I am also aware that many important websites, companies and people  
such as Google, Yahoo, Wikipedia, craigslist, Facebook, Twitter,  
LinkedIn, eBay, AOL, Mozilla, Reddit, Tumblr, Etsy, Zynga, EFF, ACLU,  
Human Rights Watch, Darrell Issa (R-CA), Ron Wyden (D-OR), Nancy  
Pelosi (D-CA), Ron Paul (R-TX) do not support these bills.  If these  
bills were only to help with protecting copyright infringement, why  
are all these big players opposing it?

Is there a place I can view the PIPA and SOPA bills, so that I can  
better understand what these bills are proposing and how they will  
protect me and my rights?

Thank you very much!

Nicole Wright

*I encourage you all to call and e-mail your representatives and let them know you are concerned!