Saturday, November 27, 2004

Heh. interesting weekend.

OK, well I guess I'll start with Thursday...
Got up real early to avoid traffic, which we did. Hrm. Went to WalMart in MI before we left which was actually not bad. We drove by a few WalMarts in Fort Myers and felt bad for the people there. Oh well. Losers. So my dad calls his brother Stewart to see if we can drop off his generator which we've been borrowing since the hurricane, and he doesn't pick up so we figure they're just out and will be back soon (I forgot that they had gone to Orlando for vacation and would be back at noon) so we sat there for a while and my dad called Grandma who was like "They're in Orlando, John..." and he got mad at me for not telling him. Whoops. Hm, so we went to Nancy & Andy's and helped set up and whatever. Then everyone came. 32 people. 32 freaking people. It was fun though. Hm. They all leave except Cathy and Mike, so we all watched Spiderman. Then I slept. Oh and happy 8th Birthday, Carolyn (but we didn't celebrate it this day...)
Um nothing much in the morning, but then we went to Manatee Park...where there were supposed to be manatees. Imagine that. But, the manatees definitely weren't all up in my grill. Erin, Sarah, Cathy(cousins) and I were making fun of the manatees because the sign said "Do not harass manatees". We shouted insults at them even though we couldn't see them. We knew they were under the dock trying to kill themselves because of what we were saying. lol. Melissa (cousin) and I were going to stand in a parking space while Erin or Nancy was trying to park and tell them that we were reserving the spot for a manatee and have Cathy come up. HAHA. I love you Cathy... You wouldn't believe these people. A whole family of peeps wearing Disney World apparel, and it was like this was Stop #2 of their Florida Tour. How rediculous. Then we came back and ate um cobbler around a fire in Nancy and Andy's yard. That was fun too.
Nothing much. OH I saw the Spongebob movie. HORRIBLE. Do not see. Sheesh. However, had someone told me that it was bad, I would have seen it anyway, but LORD was it bad. Came home. Typed on the computer. Will sleep soon.

Oh and BTW, I was listening to 50 Cent (Don't ask please.) and it reminded me of how one day on the bus we counted how many questions there actually were in the song 21 Questions. It's 21 in case you were wondering (go figure).

Also, I know I always say this and never do it, but if I get a chance, I'll tell a very inspiring serious story about one of my cousins. Not like they overcame cancer or anything, but still inspiring.
I'm out.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Gee, I'd like to punch this guy.

Math Whiz
"...A 38-year-old with degrees in psychology, education and computer science needed only 11.8 seconds to calculate the 13th root of a 100-digit number in his head, setting a new record, organizers said..."

Tuesday, November 23, 2004

You betcha.

"I see," said the blind man, as he pissed into the wind.
"It's all coming back to me now."

Sunday, November 21, 2004


Haven't posted in a while. Been kinda busy I guess. Anyway, update: Friday I went to USF, it was really cool, but I don't have any other college to compare it to yet, so I'm not sure. My parents are talking about buying a house to rent to me and some of my friends in Tampa. That would be pretty cool. But they still want me to live on campus for the first year, which is OK. Hm. Oh two turn-offs about USF:
1. On our tour, there was this huge (and I mean huge) girl who I think was a junior sitting a couple of rows in front of us, and she leaned forward and she was wearing a thong. It was absolutely disgusting. My mom gagged. That was funny. That girl and her retarded friend kept talking about how they were going to do early admissions at USF blah blah blah (as if anyone cared) and my parents were like "We don't want you to start here next year." Gee, Mom, why not?
2. Walking through the Student Services patio they had all of these pictures and biographies of, yeah, transgender students. It was like transgender remembrance day or some shit. Sick.
Oh wait. Three things.
3. I was walking on the dorm tour and I saw all of these Kerry-Edwards signs in the windows and kind of scoffed, then looked up and realized that it was Castor Hall (yes, the infamous Betty Castor who was running for senate (thank GOD she lost) used to be the president of USF and naturally, had a dorm named after her...) but I saw Bush signs in another building, so I was OK. Doesn't really matter because HE WON!
Yeah, It was good though. Oh and I learned I don't like Boston Market. Ew.
Hm. That's Friday. I may post about Saturday later. I doesn't feel like it right now, after drinking all of that 'nonpotable' water.
I'm out.

Saturday, November 13, 2004

Convo with Bekah

Bekah says:
aww, it was sooo cute!
Bekah says:
so we left the cans out on the porch, and i was playing the piano, and i saw this little tiger scout come out and get it
Bekah says:
the bag was almost as big as himself
Bekah says:
omg, it was SO adorable!
Wanny says:
people said that about me when i came to get their bags too
Bekah says:
that you were adorable?
Bekah says:
lol, i bet you were

Friday, November 12, 2004


Don't answer this, but do I look like someone who uses cigarettes? Because the other night we went to Dairy Queen after class and a guy asked me for a light. I said i didn't smoke and he muttered something about "F**king idiots don't smoke cigarettes." Then, tonight as we were driving to the fair, a guy in the next lane over yells "Gimme a joint, dude!" to me. Anyway, fair was fun. As Riopelle says, "It only comes once per year." So yeah, we're deciding "oh it's about 9:30 i have to go" so we're leaving and crap and it's about 9:37 we're at the intersection of I-95 and 520 and I say "oh man, I'm not gonna make it home before 10" so I called dad and he's like "oh, no problem" thinking i'd be about 20 minutes late. I get home at 10:02 and dad says "wow! that was fast. did you take Bekah home?" i said "naw, i decided she could sleep in the truck tonight". lol it was funny. Oh I may write about economics today someday but not right now. It was fun, I'll just say that.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Haha Funny Stuff

Buck's World Political Holiday
- Republican parents have no problem buying their kids toy guns.
- Democrats refuse to do so. That is why their kids pretend to shoot each
other with dolls.

- Democrats: favorite Christmas movie is "Miracle on 34th Street."
- Republicans: favorite Christmas movie is "It's a Wonderful Life."
- Right-Wing Republicans: favorite Christmas movie is "Diehard".

- Republicans always take the price tag off any expensive gifts they buy
before wrapping.
- Democrats also remove price tags off pricey gifts... and reposition
them them to make sure they are seen.

- Republicans see nothing wrong with letting their children play
"Cowboys and Indians."
- Democrats don't either, as long as the Indians get to win.

Buck's World Advice for Men

Dearest love, in the event of your untimely demise, life would cease to have meaning for me and I would perforce hurl myself under the front tires of the first Domino's Pizza truck that came my way

"Dear," said the wife. "What would you do if I died?"

"Why, dear, I would be extremely upset," said the husband. "Why do you ask such a question?"

"Would you remarry?" persevered the wife.

"No, of course not, dear" said the husband.

"Don't you like being married?" said the wife.

"Of course I do, dear" he said.

"Then why wouldn't you remarry?"

"Alright," said the husband, "I'd remarry."

"You would?" said the wife, looking vaguely hurt.

"Yes" said the husband.

"Would you sleep with her in our bed?" said the wife after a long pause.

"Well yes, I suppose I would." replied the husband.

"I see," said the wife indignantly. "And would you let her wear my old clothes?

"I suppose, if she wanted to" said the husband.

"Really," said the wife icily. "And would you take down the pictures of me and replace them with pictures of her?"

"Yes. I think that would be the correct thing to do."

"Is that so?" said the wife, leaping to her feet. "And I suppose you'd let her play with my golf clubs, too."

"Of course not, dear," said the husband. "She's left-handed..."

Sunday, November 07, 2004

Pepsi Holiday Spice

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Just a random canoeing picture I decided to post... Posted by Hello


The door bell rings, and a man answers it. Here stands a well dressed kid in a black suit carrying a briefcase, saying "Trick or Treat!"

The man asks the kid who he's dressed up as for Halloween.

The kid says, "I'm an IRS agent." Then he takes 28% of the man's candy, leaves, and doesn't say Thank You.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004


Breaking News***John Kerry to coach Gators!!!
Gainesville, FL - In an effort to win votes, in the critical swing state of Florida, the Kerry/Edwards team has volunteered to replace fired coach Ron Zook for the remainder of the season.

"When I played football as a young man in Vietnam, I did not hesitate to beat the Bulldogs and I won't now. Floridians are tired of this failed Zook administration. They continued to call the wrong play at the wrong time in the wrong game. It's time for them to come clean with this Gator nation."

When asked what he would do differently, however, the senator replied,
"I would have done everything differently. I would have recruited the same players and called the same plays, but other than that I would have done everything differently. We should not have tried to go it alone against Mississippi State. The Zook administration has failed us."

"In fact, I actually voted to go for the two point conversion before I voted against it."

Problems immediately arose, however at their first practice on Monday. When a player was hurt and taken to the hospital, offensive coordinator John Edwards unexplainably chased the ambulance out of the stadium. It is unclear what his motives were, but was reported as saying "No longer will there be two Gator nations. No longer will there be winners and losers at these football games. We will ensure that every player is a winner."

The coach would not lay out specific ideas about how to turn around the season for the Gators, but ensured everyone that he "has a plan." He insists it involves improving the strength and conditioning program over several years, but just recently he has voted to cut funding for the weight lifting equipment by over 6 billion dollars. However, he's going to upgrade other facilities by raising ticket prices only for those who contribute over $2000 per year. Other details of his "plan" have not yet been revealed.

But, at least he's not Ron Zook.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

ROFL Kerry's Daughter.

Ransomzero2: what!
Ransomzero2: EW
Ransomzero2: EW
Ransomzero2: EW
Ransomzero2: i was distraught over my mother making crab cakes for dinner but this, this is too much!

Monday, November 01, 2004

I'm Scared

I'm scared. It scares me to think that in less than 24 hours, we could have a new president. It scares me to think that it could be John Kerry. It also scares me to think that something could happen like what happened in Spain...when they tried to hold elections and the terrorists blew up the train. idk. I hate the month of november. Except for thanksgiving.