Guest Blog: Jennifer Hasegawa “Drippy Leg Mystery Solved”


I am Jennifer Hasegawa and I am Loading…

I am a fourth edition product of the United States. I am a married divorced bi-curious actor singer dancer producer philanthropist with kids (1 adopted), known for playing Morë Logín on the internet reality TV show called “Reality” about a real reality (The state of things as they actually exist, rather than as they may appear or might be imagined. In a wider definition, reality includes everything that is and has been, whether or not it is observable or comprehensible. A still more broad definition includes everything that has existed, exists, or will exist.) TV show.

In a recent episode, I am still wearing my ring, even after waking up one morning in Vegas with Christina singing my praises and Demi spilling her addiction past. Comment (24)?

Hair by politics, make-up by business (entertainment gloss, tech foundation, media mascara, and lifestyle shadow), culture top, comedy slacks, healthy living belt, women bag, and local shoes.

Generally speaking, can you like me? I have 76k and want to connect.

Featured posts holding up my fence:

  1. Trickle-Down Ugly
  2. The Night I Got My First Bra Thrown Onstage
  3. Heather Locklear: What Is She Running From?

Beyond my fence, stars (Massive, luminous spheres of plasma held together by gravity. At the end of their lifetimes, stars can also contain a proportion of degenerate matter.) are stepping out of axis, including λ Orion A, β Ursa Major, and George Clooney.

I love people who talk.

I tolerate question marks.

But I hate to see people fail and I have to tell you that Celine Dion had a wardrobe malfunction, which was mistaken for a very pregnant Jessica Simpson.

Kim Kardashian admits to wasting my time and $. She acts like she’s the only one! Last week, Brad Pitt confessed to me that his kids aren’t allowed to Google him. “Kids,” he said, “You can’t Google me.”

This is for real and scientifical.

Michael Jackson; though dead, they say; has been made immortal (A biological form able to live forever. The jellyfish, Turritopsis nutricula, can revert to the polyp stage after becoming sexually mature. It is the only known case of a metazoan capable of reverting completely to a sexually immature, colonial stage after having reached sexual maturity as a solitary stage.) by French circus people.

Meanwhile, a 77-year-old white man upstairs has died despite being on a hit sitcom written by a white man who is still alive! Life, is not fair. Especially when it comes to RiRi who has sexy leather pants – HOT <onClick> event!

I live in a land neighboring a small Texas County where celebrity-owned pots burst recently. Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson both bought the same defective pot! Coincidence, or celebrity justice?

Personally, I care about the worst hair in Hollywood. Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.



Jennifer Hasegawa has collaborated with Truong in the creation of digital art for At War and in other projects, but she is also a poet and information architect.  She was born in Hilo, Hawaii and lives in San Francisco.


Accompanying our exhibition At War, opening Friday, February 3, 6–9pm, we have asked the artistic collaborators of Peter Max Lawrence and Truong Tran, creators of At War,  to contribute something to our blog that details their own identities in conflict.

Jennifer Hasegawa’s piece the ways in which flat, objective truths and hyperbolic, celebrity-style myths press up against identity on a daily basis.  “We presuppose that truth and myth affect identity, but how does identity affect fact? Myth?” asks Jennifer.

“Drippy Leg Mystery Solved,” is comprised of Wikipedia definitions and headlines from The Huffington Post Entertainment > Celebrity section.

Image courtesy of Jennifer Hasegawa