Monday, September 19, 2005

A Radiohead Night...

God, am I depressed tonight. I don't even know why. I left my house tonight and went on a drive, just to get out. I honestly was considering driving off the road...Weird. I decided against it, as I had a new shirt on. That and I can't remember right now if I have paid my car insurance bill this month...wouldn't be the time to find out I hadn't.

I love the Radiohead song "Creep". It seems so cliche, as it is probably their most "commercial" song, but it just feels right when things are wrong.

Anyways...only one place to go from here. Dairy Queen. Time for a late night self-pity Mr. Misty.

I always thought confession was supposed to make you feel better...I guess someone has to listen first. This 3 minutes will be broadcast onto deaf eyes and ears, and into eternity. Oh well, at least I have blaring sad music and a 32 oz. Strawberry Kiwi drink to keep me company.

Question of the day: Who cares?

Monday, September 05, 2005

No Mothers to rip...

Sadly, I was unable to insult anyone's mother from the last post. I will continue the rule, but nothing as of now.

So, what's new bloggerville? Seen anything cool recently? I watched Honey, I shrunk the Kids today, just for old times sake. It looks really corny now, however the comedy of Rick Moranis is legendary, and will always be relevant....(frantically looking for a sarcasm button). The plot holes are plentiful too...I mean, a scorpion in a suburban lawn? I think not. Let's raise the game Disney.

I was perusing other peoples blogs the other day and I ran across one of those "controversial" blogs we talked about earlier. It's just a guy explaining, in great detail I might add, every time he had sex with his wife. There was more than a years worth of documentation there. Nothing makes you feel like more of a loser when you are reading about someone else's sex-life. Struggling sex-life at that. I don't think my wife would go for such a literation. I forgot I was going to come up with some controversial topics, I will have to do that.

I am watching Miami-Florida State football game right now. It's a good game, lots of speed. God, I love football season. Is that controversial? A 20-something guy that lives for football season? Hmmm...probably not. Well, I think that is enough for now.

Question of the day: What is the average for married many "times" a week? I think our loose-lipped blogger was doing alright.

Thursday, September 01, 2005


That was a long break for this guy. May? Wow, I get distracted really easily. So, what's new bloggerland? Nice to see you again.

So, Hurricane Katrina, huh? Crazy stuff, I don't think anyone thought it was going to be this bad. The pictures are incredible, and I don't think I even have an inkling of an idea of how bad it is. Did any of you see that picture of the oil platform that washed up on shore? How does that happen? Talk about some powerful winds. Speaking of oil....dang! $3.49 I saw yesterday. What is a guy to do about that? I can't afford to drive. I am supposed to drive 200+ miles this will cost me $60. When are they releasing the hydrogen car again? 2025? I don't know if I can wait that long to go to the store...I guess I will have to get a 3rd job!

I talked to my boss, in passing, about going to New Orleans to help with clean-up/recovery when they need it, and my boss told me I couldn't go. That is one of the problems with this country these my selling $5000 in 2 weeks for him worth helping our fellow countrymen and women. Oh well, it didn't happen to us, right? Grr...

On a slightly less disastrous topic, since we talked last the NHL lockout ended. Thank the lord! For a guy who is 25% Canadian this is music to my ears. I had college hockey last year, which is the best anyways, I really missed the NHL though. Also, football season is here, with college games starting tonight. I am in my glory! My wife hates September through May...sorry honey!

This is a very sports themed blog entry. Well, since the last post I had 2 comments posted...both advertising something. Do people really think that will work? New rule readers: Post anything you on me, rip on yourself, just don't subject me to your wares. If you advertise I will insult your mother. I am sorry, but desperate times call for desperate measures.

Question of the day: What is the best movie you have seen this summer? I have only seen 2 movies, in theaters this summer, and both were pretty funny. Wedding Crashers and 40 year old Virgin. Virgin was a bit raunchy for me, but had some funny moments. Anyways, what is the best movie you have seen?

Thursday, May 19, 2005

Slow day...

Geez, after ranting yesterday about whether or not someone actually landed on the moon, today is a pretty light day. I am marginally annoyed with some stuff (world hunger, Michael Jackson, the NHL Lockout) but nothing woth a major rant, takinf nothing away from world hunger.

I am half way through the first season of scrubs, the new DVD. It rules. Zach Braff might have become my god...ok, not really, but he has some talent.

I think I might end it here, as to not make myself into one of those poser bloggers that try and make themselves seem smarter by using words that only belong on the first season of Dawsons Creek (inside joke...not that it matters, I am the only one that reads this, and I thought it was damn funny!)

Oh, how dare I, Question of the day: How long will it take for someone to make a comment after one of my posts? I say 7 months...give or take 3 days.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Closet Conspiracy Theorist?

I watched a small documentary on "Moon Landing Conspiracies" last night. Apparently some people believe we never landed on the moon. I have to admit, I hadn't heard that one before. I think we live in the land of conspiracy and cover-ups, but that one I think happened. For some reason I am interested by that sort of thing...Conspiracies, not moon landings. IF you think about, we have lived in a pretty wholesome and uneventful country (if you do in fact live in the US, or most countries around the civilized world) can't be that good. I don't know what is true, but there are a lot of unreported inaccuracies. How far does it go? Obviously the media.

I am kinda sounding like a geek here, but I have been a lot of reading in the past year or so. I still think we live in a great country, and I am happy here, but I think we have years and years of various cover-ups.

Geez, I am on quite the rant.

Question of the day: Am I as big a geek as I sound right now? Or better yet, what is the public opinion out there? Are we getting the straight story on how our history really went?

I will calm down for tomorrow. No more documentaries for me...not tonight anyway.

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Notations from day 1 in Blogdom....

They really should give you a book when you sign up for this thing. I was doing the "next blog" thing last night (by the way, is that the only way people find me? I am going to be lonely here) and I came across some very obvious rules of the trade.

1. If you want people to comment you MUST be controversial. So, take note, I am finding some real controversial stuff to post, prepare to comment.

2. Only losers don't have a digital cameras. I, apparently, am a loser then. Best Buy here I come!

3. People really try to be "smart sounding". Thank God I won't have to worry about that!

4. Not really a rule, but how about these people with advertising blogs. I saw a washer/dryer sales blog...LAME!

Day 1 was interesting. I am sure I will learn much more.

On a personal note, the first season of Scrubs came out on DVD today. Have you blogee's seen this show? It rules. As silly as it is, it really is very smart. IF you haven't seen it check it out.

Ok, question of the day: What is the best TV sitcom ever? Scrubs is very near the top for me. Just curious. Well, goodbye until tomorrow I guess.

Monday, May 16, 2005

Blogging, huh? Weird.

What a strange idea...people, with no business writing (such as myself) bringing thousand, millions I am sure, of "blogs" to share opinions and whatnot. It would be interesting to try and explain this to our forefathers...'no really, the definition of freedom of speech, the voice of the people, is a blog'. I am sure they would have been confused...aren't we all.

So, I get to write stuff, and maybe a person or two gets to come by and read. Interesting, I would be surprised if anyone stops by, but I have never had an interactive journal before, so why not.

Question of the day: I suppose we have to start out light, being we barely know each other...ok, why do people feel the need for PDA? I am a 20-something, and was out at a concert last night. There were this couple in front of me, completely fondling each other all it insecurity, you can't seriously love each other that much. I was just sitting there, completely grossed out, wondering what is the purpose. Maybe you can help me blog world.

Well, I suppose we will dive into bigger questions as we go. Or maybe this will be the last post. Either way I have to cook dinner.

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