June 29, 2004

God i hate work. i'm not even suppose to be here today. that reminds me-watched the alternate ending of clerks yesterday. its funny. guy comes into the store, holds the place up while dante is counting the money. dante whines about how he isnt even suppose to be there, and the guy shoots him in the head. heh. now thats comedy gold.

i noticed that my life consist of me waiting for a new movie to open and go watching it, and be dissapointed, bitching about it and have people telling me that i'm to "critical". course, majority of these people never went to see the movies i bitch about (van helsing, troy, chronicles of riddick, etc.) so they really shouldnt talk. This is -so far- the worst summer in a long time.
Sherk 2 -so far- is the best movie out right now, and the only other movie ive seen -so far- that hasnt made my teeth hurt is Fahrenheit 9/11. And i hate Michael Moore.

So, I'm not looking foward to Spider-man 2. According to Sammy (yes, i can call him that-i'm a good family friend) Spider-man 2 has less action than in the first one. Wait--less? there was hardly any real action in the first one.
Grreat. But, i'm waiting to be suprised. Who knows...

I dont know if i posted this before, but that dickhead jake gyllenhaal (or however you spell this fuckers name) has been chosen to play Superman. What? Donnie fucking Darko as the Man of Steel? oh jesus. The world has become a terrible place to live in.

"I have all the characteristics of a human being: blood, flesh, skin, hair; but not a single, clear, identifiable emotion, except for greed and disgust. Something horrible is happening inside of me and I don't know why. My nightly bloodlust has overflown into my days. I feel lethal, on the verge of frenzy. I think my mask of sanity is about to slip." - Patrick Bateman, American Psycho

June 25, 2004

uhm steven...a 27 million dollar opening weekend is not really considered huge (the Marix). Neither is a 14 million dollar opening weekend (for Pitch Black). I dont think i have a point really...

I finally got around to watching Bad Santa. Actually, i watched Badder Santa. I have nothing really to say here either.

City of Heros is pretty fun. But i think i'm goign to stop playing...have other things to do like...sleep. I havent been getting enough sleep lately, even before i started to play City of Heros, but i should at least try.

been drinking a lot of Gin and TOnic's lately. I had no point in posting that as well.

If you want to watch a funny funny movie, watch PayCHeck. I laughed. A lot. course, i hate John Woo.

eat shit and die.

Umm..the "most everyone I knew" was an example.
The Matrix was a huge hit opening weekend -- surprise hits generally don't get that kind of sales until the second weekend.
Pitch Black, the reason I say that....is because it was a huge thing...then just like a lot of flops, it's sales following opening weekend plummeted drastically...and lots of people forgot about it. As a matter of fact even today, a lot of people hardly remember that movie.

Whereas...your 'setting the stage' theory isn't entirely true, either. A lot of people who loved the first Matrix...weren't too happy with the second. They lost a lot of fanbase. The third one really was an improvement, though. I even recall Jimmoi mentioning how he hated the others, but was pleasantly surprised by how good the third one was. And....Jimmoi is probably one of teh biggest movie critics any of us know.

French Revolution (again):
Actually, King Louis the 14th was a kind king. He just wasn't very good at his job -- he had no interest in it. All he wanted was to avoid bloodshed, and try to make everybody happy. But since he wasn't good at governing, and since the rest of the nobles in France were corrupting things, he became the scapegoat. That is one of the few things I do remember about the revolution, because I remember watching a video about it, how him and his wife were the only 'nice guys' among the nobles, then -bam- Into the guillotine they went.
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With regards to the Matrix and Pitch Black, I'm not necessarily surprised that everyone you knew couldn't wait for it to come out. But that's your sample population. Taking into account every group, and summing them into one standard global population, then I think what I said before still applies... The Matrix, and Pitch Black (more so Pitch Black), weren't as anticipated or expected. At the very least, not compared to their successors.

First of all, they were the first. Second, they set the stage for the successors. People wanted to see Chronicles because they saw Pitch Black. So you take the fan base and then add in new people who just simply say, "OOhhh, that looks coooooool." Same with Matrix.

Of course, the relationship can go in reverse. Working at Hollywood video, I was bombarded, and unfortunately still am, with the question, "Ooooh, do you have Pitch Black on DVD."

Fuckers. It's the same thing everytime. That or, "Shrek" or "Matrix Reloaded".

And of course, sequel's tending to suck goes back to my original hypothesis of Star Wars Hype. You hype up a movie, and it has no choice but to suck. I'm concerned the same will hold true for Spider-Man 2. On the other hand, when a movie is in that position, then it only comes out good if it truly was a good movie, so it's forced to stand on it's own merits and not just clever advertising. So who knows, that could be a good thing.

As for the French Revolution... I remember hearing that the King and Queen were hated. That was the one sparked off by hunger and famine, right? Isn't that were the Queen said, "Let them eat cake?"

Again, I'm not claiming to know that, but I swear that's what I remember.

June 24, 2004

The French Revolution was bloody, and needless. If I remember correctly, the king they had at the time -- who was one of the first to be beheaded -- was actually a very good king, and well loved. It was the senselessness of it that made it big. If it weren't a big event, it wouldn't be so well known. But that's just my opinion.

I remember The Matrix being very well anticipated. Most everyone I knew couldn't wait for it to come out, anyway. Regardless of that, they made sequels -- and...to be honest, the 3rd installment was the best one, I know for a fact I'm not alone in that opinion either. Hell, I've known a lot of people who only liked the 3rd one. Pitch Black was also expected to be a good movie, from what all I heard. On the other hand, I remember it not meeting expectations. Tons of people wanted it to be good, and hated it....most of those people though, said that Riddick was the saving grace for the movie, because he was definitely a badass character. I know that's why I want to see chronicles....not because of Pitch Black, but because of the person they chose =P


It's about time.
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They invented the Guillotine for it. Or at least that was the impression some of my history teachers gave me. Of course, they were from Bethel, so some of that information is circumspect I suppose.

Still, if they didn't invent the Guillotine for the Revolution, they certainly made it applicable for the Revolution.

But I do contest, the French Revolution didn't make as many ripples as say... the Soviet uprising. I'm not a history major, so I'm not all historied up. I wish I was, but I'm not. I should read up on that.

It is kinda interesting to note that as far as I can recollect, I hardly learned anything about the Soviet uprising and the start of communism in Russia. I mean, other than the basics. We learned much, much more about the French Revolution. My assumption: I was in school during those years that we would have learned about it, while under the veil of the Cold War. I guess nobody wanted to talk about Russian and the pros/cons of their history. That's my off-handed best guess, so who knows.

And Chronicles of Riddick: HAHAHAH FUCKERS... to all you who said, "ohh Pitch Black was so good..." I did watch Pitch Black, and yes, it was better than I had expected, but if any of you actually thought that Chronicles of Riddick was going to be good, you obviously hadn't learned your lessons with Star Wars and the prequels. Sequels, prequels, what-have-you... just tend not to go good.

Usually someone gets the idea that even bigger special effects are going to make it better. Not to mention... Pitch Black was good because nobody expected it to be. Matrix was good (in the eyes of the general populace, and compared to it's successors) because nobody expected it to be good and it was a no-name. Star Wars was good because it wasn't expected. Then what happens? "Ohh, I have a fanbase, and thus am guaranteed money and an audience. Let's CGI everything! People, plants... a moose in a room. Doesn't fit? Doesn't matter, Do it ANYWAY!"

I hate when captalism makes movies.
Jeff: First off, how was it awesome? it was just a giant mob that rioted on the streets of france. hell, the new york draft riots was "awesomer" than that. second, the people that lead the "revolution" all abused their power and started to execute people left and right, not just "royalty" but doctors, scholars and pretty much anyone that could read ( see: Cambodia see: Khmer Rouge see: Pol Pot ). If you want a "revolution" that actually that created "ripples" look into the Winter Rebellion in St Petersberg. Changed the face of the world for a century and shaped the modern world more than the French Revolution ever did.

Jesse: Have you heard of Madvillian? Saw your post about mixing boards of canada and autechre with rap...should look into it if you haven't yet.

james: Slacker dvd August 31st. Road to Perdition was actually good...almost great. Watch it. Same director as American Beauty ( sam mendes? name is something liek that).

Bradbury: uhm...i dont know.

Steven: You smell funny. And i found a very very old copy of Super/System. yea...nothing else.

Me: Buy toothpaste, soap, cigarettes and smack veenker in the head after finishing up post.

Bonnie: haha, wyoming.

Aaron: Sucks about the car and ticket and what not. But the good news is ( if you havent already heard ) is that they are making "The Watchmen" into a movie. 2005. Darren Aronofsky directing.

To all: Chronicles of Riddick blew. Spider-man 2 comes out wednesday. I'm going to a "throw away money" school for film, using it more for a portfolio to get into USC film school...might end up going to UCF instead. I guess. yay. Anyway-me. out. air. force. august. me. party. drink. eat barbeque. smack. veenker. now.
Quantum Fuckin' Awesome SEA-20040624-1228-6003

Recently I purchased Season ONE of the Quantum Leap Series... and I was reminded of how fuckin' spectacular that show was. Ahh... I remember the times when I'd sneak into the living room when I was supposed to be asleep and watch Quantum Leap. The best.

I mean who can argue that it wasn't an awesome show. I remember thinking how cool it would be to have a holo-imaging chamber of my own. And that little computer that Al always had. The precursor for today's PDA's. He was always smacking it around trying to get it to work.

Kinda like a Collins.

Anyway, that little trip down memory lane was spurred by the fact that as I was looking for release information for possible future series sets of the show, I found out that there are plans in the works for a Quantum Leap TV movie. Something possibly called: Quantum Leap: A Bold Leap Forward.

Normally I'd be against the idea of such a venture, because they are almost always doomed to failure... but still, it's Quantum Leap... and it's supposedly all the same writers and whatnot... and the same cast. So there's some promise... right? I just hope they don't go all George Lucas on us and CGI everything. I'll be fuckin' pissed if I see it, because it will be completely unnecessary. Just the same blue light.

Which reminds me, does anybody know if Family Guy ever spoofed Quantum Leap... i have a vague memory of that... but I'm not sure if I'm just making that up in my head.

Lastly, there is supposed to be a new Quantum Leap series coming into the works for SCI-FI. That disturbs me. Spinoffs are hardly successful, and sometimes, despite how much you like something, you should just let it stay in the past.

I rambled.

Oh, and with regards to the French Revolution... i don't remember the history entirely, but didn't that set the stage for changes in power throughout Europe for like the next hundred years? Usually the destabilization of a power such as that would cause such a ripple-effect. That was partially what the list was composed of. Each event had it's ripple effect considered. Though I suppose the Industrial Revolution probably had a bigger ripple than the French Revolution.

June 23, 2004

Here's something new for me to post...

Top 7 Historical Moments... SEA-20040623-1503-6002

  1. Birth of Christianity/Crucifiction of Jesus Christ
  2. Drafting of the Declaration of Independence
  3. Start of the French Revolution
  4. Bombing of Pearl Harbor
  5. September 11th
  6. Hiroshima & Nagasaki
  7. Fall of the Berlin Wall

June 22, 2004

.You son of a bitch

.You stole my post

!I was going to have the 6000th post

.Now I have to settle with 6001

!Fuck you James

.Fuck you with a salty straw covered in syphillis

June 21, 2004

6 000TH POST

sup dudes, whats going on in this old blog?
Wow... it's been awhile, hasn't it?

But then again, that's what happens when you don't really have a computer at home, and you can only read the board, but not post anything.

At least, I haven't decided to risk really posting anything at work... since work is a government hospital... and James can sometimes be... flammable.

A few updates, that really aren't updates because you probably all know of them already:

I got that job at the VA and I've been working their for a month... it's not too bad, work-wise, but it is a bit dull sometimes. That's the problem when you start at a new place and everyone has to assume that you are mentally handicapped. Makes sense... you wouldn't want to overwhelm a new person. Unfortunately for me, I like the feeling of being overwhelmed...

... maybe like isn't the right word. Used to

I'm also still working at Hollywood Video. Why? Well because I purposely don't want a life...

Actually, that's just cause I want to build up a store of money, and then go nuts one day. Wouldn't that be grand?

Lastly, for the moment, I'm planning to do something... though I don't know what yet... but it will be good. And big. And no, this isn't like the MegaPost. This is actually be substantive.

But now I must go... VA is paying for me to take classes so i have to go to them.


June 18, 2004

Few things to say quick-like here, then I have to get back to it:

1) My return: Not until August 16th now, and I return to work on August 17th. Luckily, I'll be back a few times between now and then. Looks like July 3/4 maybe, not sure yet. One other weekend I'll be back and that's it.

2) Summer break: I'm a 180-day per year employee now, so I get summers off. This summer, it worked out that I'll be up here at Pilchuck from the day after I'm done for the summer, until the day before I return. With only two breaks.

3) Pilchuck: Guess what? A year later, this place still rocks. Being here all summer rocks even more. I'll be testing the load capacity of my car when I return; I'm getting a lot of really cool stuff made so far. After this session is over, I'm free to do whatever the hell I want for almost two months. I'm the "librarian" from July 5 until August 16, which means I'll have nothing to do but make art all day. Bad-fucking-ass.

So, now I have to get back to it. There's a fire pit, fixin's for s'mores and two kegs waiting for my return.


You lucky son of a bitch. Is that what they call a vacation? Or...summer break? I can't believe I made the choice to take summer classes. Fuckin' hell.

Oh well, at least I still have time to make hiphop beats by sampling Autechre and Boards of Canada.

June 17, 2004

So, I just got an 833 dollar ticket. Ouch.

Also, I can hear a grinding sound when I touch my brakes. I am going to assume that's not good.


June 15, 2004

someone hacked my ebay and bought a ton of shit. the morons fucked up and i had people emailing me asking me to confirm the address to ship to which was different than my home address. the name and address they used is:

Choice Staley
5320 Timber Creek Rd,
Flower Mound, TX 75028


June 14, 2004

Meet Wally, the last dinosaur on Earth.
Wally is a sad, sad dino.

Will you be Wally's friend?
Click on Wally to be Wally's friend.


laffo, cross posted.
I'm a free man now.

No work until August 17th.

Damn, does it feel good.

June 13, 2004

well aaron i hear your wanting to start something involving booze and stuff on a friday night, id like to throw my chips on the table if thats allright with you guys.

June 12, 2004

. . .I may be a whore, but even I have standards. I would strongly admonish those of you who are out to create a good story to remember which of you are beneath them.
Boy, did we miss out on a good game yesterday:


Thus proving that The Stranger really does kick ass.

June 10, 2004

Well, on of my best friends who has been in a comma for the past almost 2 weeks finally opened his eyes today and squeezed his dad's hand. It kind of put things into perspective. There are things that need to be cared about, and things that, once you think about them a little, don't really matter that much and never really did. I'm happy for the friendships I've had in the past, and I'm okay with lost friendships. The truth is the world works in mysterious ways, and I love every second of it, even the parts I hate. Josh opening his eyes today was kind of an eye-opener for me. I saw what really counts. I may not get to post tomorrow, and I definitely won't get to post saturday because I'm leaving at 5 in the morning...but I want to tell you all to have a nice month of June.
hello to those of you who remember me, it's been a while since I was in contact with anyone from my past except my family, and now I'm trying to get back to my roots. So for those that know me, howdy, those that don't will get to.
Spiderman262626: so do you still talk to aaron?
zak p o w: yeah
Spiderman262626: does he ever go online anymore?
zak p o w: yeah
Spiderman262626: do you have his screen name?
zak p o w: self denihil i believe he comes on late though
Spiderman262626: that's fine
zak p o w: check the board you should be able to get to him through there
Spiderman262626: i'm making an effort to get back in touch with friends that i have left behind
zak p o w: whats your email address i'll add you to the board again, if you'd like
Spiderman262626: the one I check most often is Joshua.Velock@beale.af.mil
Spiderman262626: and my home address is snowboy26@earthlink.net
zak p o w: so what do you want me to send it to
Spiderman262626: the first one
zak p o w: done.

at least we'll have someone in the military posting.
( cough ) ah hem ( cough )
First and foremost let me address that which I won't address : bonnie-drama.

I mean c'mon, she's a woman. Asking for women not to be dramautic is like asking shit not to attract flies. It just ain't going to happen. So, like all women-related drama, if you just ignore it - it will go away and eventually the woman will cave in on herself and everything will be fine and dandy.

Its almost formulaic.

And now something of much greater importance.
Lets talk about Eggo Waffles.

These things suck. I do not, for the life of me, understand the appeal of frozen waffles which taste like shit unless you cake tons of butter and syrup onto them. Why do people buy these things? They have absolutely no flavour - not even the ZOMG!! BLUEBERRIES have flavour. It is the equivilant of eating paper. The only thing that makes them even remotely taste like anything to do with breakfast food is the aforementioned butter and syrup which you have to literally dump onto it.

They are the ricecrackers of breakfast food. They might as well be made of tofu for all I give a shit.
Eggos are for homosexuals and losers who can't fucking make pancakes or krepes for themselves.

Fuck "let go of my eggo" - more like "oh no, its an eggo"
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Bonnie, what the fuck? Are you twelve?

Now, let's look at the situation from a logical point of view. Way back in the day, you said some shit about my relationship, and Ana, WHOM YOU'D NEVER MET? Because you did that, she doesn't like you. She doesn't want you over, and I argued on your behalf for many hours, and it didn't change anything. So why in the fuck would I endanger my relationship for your sake? I'm not going to do it. Period. If that makes me a spineless bitch, then so be it, but I pick my battles.

I figured you'd react like the pre-pubescant bitch that seems to inhabit your body, my hope is that some day you'll grow out of your adolescence. Let me explain something very simple to you, way back in the day, when we were good friends, I wanted to have sex with you. That's why I hung around you all the time, it seemed obvious to a lot of other people, so I would assume you caught on to it too. Now, I don't want to have sex with you, so obviously, hanging out would be less of a priority. That's the male mentality, laid out plain and bare for you righ there. Personally, I find you quite annoying, and having you around is not very high on my list of priorities.

Anyway, I'm sure you'll respond to this, I assure you though, I will not be responding to your psychopathic tirades any longer.

June 09, 2004

Sorry, Steve. I'm really just pissed at Aaron. It would have been nice to have someone back me up on the fact that he's spineless based, in my opinion, on the fact that he doesn't want me over there, in steve's words, "I'm not allowed" over there, because his girlfriend who's NEVER met me, doesn't like me. In fact, she calls me "IT." Now, this wouldn't be a problem if I'd met her and she had a reason to hate me. Maybe she feels threatened by me, but to feel threat from the unknown is a fucking waste of time and it gives you an ulcer. All I wanted was to be around people who I thought were my friends since I'm moving away for 2 years to another state. Aaron and I used to be very good friends. In fact, I considered him one of my best friends. But whatever. Sorry for such a general attack, everyone. James, rest assured that I love you to death. (Bradbury, that is sarcasm. My sarcasm is usually obvious)
Bonnie, I don't know you all that well, considering I've only seen your face, what...3 times?
But....I'm not exactly sure how I ever turned my back on you, for anything. My assumption is, since this is amidst all the Friday/board ending talk, that you wanted to be there Friday, and weren't allowed to. (I do vaguely remember you being brought up at one point, but I wasn't a part of that convo)
If so, well -- I didn't know about it, so -- I cannot be blamed for turning my back on you, but since I already have..I'm offended.
I wouldn't mind seein ya there. Of course, it's also not my apartment, so I have no say.
Not so much that I don't have anything to say. Just - not sure what to say.

Aside from: Thank you. It's nice to be appreciate.

Something I hear a lot at work, but very few do I believe actually mean it. The rest are just stroking my ego to assure that I keep fixing their stuff. What can I say, I'm a whore.

But seriously, thanks.

[This is the part where I reciprocate the feeling. Trouble is, no matter what I try to say, I'll screw it up. Just know I would have made an attempt, if I wasn't sure I would have made an ass out of myself in the process. Something I need no help with, I assure you.]

It's fairly rare that anyone (especially a woman) says anything that nice about me without it reeking of sarcasm.

Unless that was sarcastic...?

And, to the best of my recollection, I've never said anything bad about you. I did, however, think that you didn't much like me...

Of course, my recollection can be a bit hazy at times.

That was sarcastic, wasn't it?

Eh, either way. I'll take it however I can get it.
If you really need posts and things to liven the board up, I could post every single mother fucking day about what a spineless bitch Aaron is. In fact, I'd love to that, but to be honest, I don't have enough time.

I would just like to say that I really am so upset with all of you. I can't believe that you would all just turn your backs on me because Aaron's fat girlfriend doesn't like me. Did you guys know that she's never even met me? She has no reason to dislike me other than what other people have told her when I wasn't even there to defend myself

Bradbury, I love you. I don't care if you've ever talked shit about me before. The truth remains that you are a very kind person, a genuine person, and very few of those people remain in the world today. Anyway, I'm leaving saturday for the rest of the month and then I'll be back for a month and a half before I move to missouri. So fuck you all. I'll keep posting to remind you all what bitches you are. Have the satisfaction of knowing you made me cry. Laugh it up, fuckers.

June 08, 2004

It's not dying, dammit.

Just ... wax and wane. Ebb, flow.


Mind you, this is worse than the others have been.

We need fresh blood.


Of course, you could also make the case that LiveJournal has not done it any favors, either. Now I'm guilty as well.

Any way you look at it, we need to mix things up a little, or it will die.
I'm not sure the board coming to an end is that much of a tragedy. Don't get me wrong, I've had some great times here, but when you look at it, no matter how desperately we post here about whatever is pissing us off lately, it's not going to be the same.

That's why I decided to start having everyone I could get together over on a friday night. Back in the day, the core group was pretty much Jimmy, James, and Jeff. There were those of us who were pretty consistently around that core group, including Me, Zach, Bradbury, Steve, and Andy... but look at the situation now.

Jimmy is off in airforce land, fighting for Uncle Sam or what not, and despite the fact that we'll always have a place in our hearts for a goofy asian who smells like wet catfood, he's not around as much as he used to be. Jeff is busy with a real job and a real life, and when was the last time this place was lit up by a real good post war between James and Jeff like we used to have. Zach is off in the midwest, Andy and Mike turned into pathetic losers... Who knows what happened to Drew, and Jesse is off in Florida. So that pretty much leaves me, Bradbury, James, and Steven as what I will call the "next gen core group"... heheh...

So, regardless of whether slugs moves on, I've had a good time associated with this board, and when you think about it really, James has shown more dedication to this than he has to just about anything else in his whole life. Anyway, if the time for Slugs is over, I'm going to accept it... mostly by making sure to get really drunk every friday night.
Sunny D? Are you fucking insane? Sunny Delight makes The absolute bar-none worst screw drivers I've ever had in my entire life. Low or no pulp orange-juice for sure. Otherwise it's just like fucking slime and vodka. I'd say go both vanilla and regular - as we can split it between those who do enjoy faggot drinks ( vanilla lol ) and those who are good with real man drinks ( vodka and oj ) - but sunny delight? jesus christ.

as steven said : " it looks like the board is coming to it's natural end "

im going to fix that right up.
i've spent much too much time and money on this ship of fools - and with 5000+ posts and counting?
it isn't sinking just yet.

Vanilla for sure. I've never had 'em that way, though I use to love screwdrivers. (As anybody who knew what those Sunny D bottles I wore in my shirt pocket in HS knew already) =P

June 07, 2004

A question, to my fellow slugs:

Do we want regular screwdrivers, or regular screwdrivers and vanilla screwdrivers.

Another question:

What time? Ten worked last time...

June 06, 2004

Improve Your Game Steve, Secrets of Dating Younger Women Fri 06/04 39k

That was in my inbox today.

June 04, 2004

I want this. But I'd be afraid to wear it.
Interesting fact from the AMA "traffic police have one of the highest rates of testicular cancer by occupation due to the widespread habit of resting radar guns in their laps without switching them off?

June 03, 2004

I've given in. I started it briefly some time ago. Never got far.

Guess that means I will be talking to myself online. Meh, oh well.
Wasn't I just bitching about that a little bit ago?

I need to know when to show up tomorrow, Aaron -- I'll probably just ride the bus (because I have community service in the morning, so I need to take my bike down to Puyallup at 9am) But that means I'll have to show up before like...8 I think is about the time the last bus shows.
If later -- then I'll have to ask Bradbury to gimme a ride w/the truck?

BTW -- Bradbury. Ya never gave me that info the other day =P
Bring it with ya.
Aaron - could you pick up a quart of half & half at the store? Unless you want me to get some, and leave it in the truck for four hours in the heat while I'm in class. But, I don't think cottage cheese mixes very well.

Actually, maybe you should get a half gallon. Since I got a fifth of Absolut and a pint of Kahlua, we might want more.


This is like the "Blog of Bradbury" now. Some of you other fucks need to join in once in a while. I talk to myself enough in the real world, last thing I need is to start doing it online.

June 01, 2004

Well, the centerpieces for my brother's wedding are done. Quite good. Jim does damn good work. Cut me a hell of a deal, too. I'll have to post pictures once I get them all unpacked.

I almost went "boing" when I handed the gal that works for Jim the check. Not sure why. It's not going to bounce. Good thing I didn't, that might not have gone over very well. Don't know her well enough to joke about that kind of thing.

So, Zach-O, when the hell are you coming up here again?

Been too long.

...Not that you'll get any of us to pay for it.

Especially after you ditched me the last time. Bastard. Even Kayla was pissed at you. Heh, good stuff.

Well, maybe jEFF will. I think he's the only one that hasn't paid for your lousy ass thus far.

Anyway....Yeah. Gotta get to the liquor store some time in the next couple days. Good stuff.
“It’s ridiculous that it’s easier for 16-year-olds to visit prostitutes than it is to get chewing gum here,” said Fayen Wong, a 22-year old college student.:

Kinda makes me feel good.