Monday, January 31, 2005


Stagg Chili is the chili chili lovers love.

Sunday, January 30, 2005


I just had to say this:
I went to BestBuy last night and bought Shinedown. In Samese: Shinedown = Love. I'm pretty sure I said that before but I'm sayin' it again, SUCKA!
It's a really really good CD. I adore it.

Friday, January 28, 2005


Don't you hate it when moods spread?

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Just had to do it...

Doing my Spanish homework, I come across the following frace and decided to share it with you, my faithful readers:
"Creo que los peces han muerto porque están flotando en el acuario."
This translates to: "I think the fish have died because they are floating in the aquarium."


I HATE US-1. I nearly died coming home today. Dan was just going along, minding my own business, when I see a line of cars in front of me with their brakes on (left lane). Dan, being the careful driver that he is, decides that he should change to the right lane, where people aren't stepping on their brakes. BUT! First, he checks his mirror and over his shoulder. Then, Dan changes lanes. When he is about even with the last car that is braking, a green Honda Civic (damn hondas) about four cars in front of the last car, pulls out in front of Dan, who is going about 50 mph. DAMN HONDAS! So yeah, I slammed on the breaks because it wasn't moving, the car skidded a little, then recovered, but the honda still wasn't moving, and my truck wasn't stopping. Then, just as I close my eyes to brace for the impact, the truck stops, I open my eyes and see that I have about two feet between my bumper and that damn honda. THEN it starts moving. I hate hondas. I hate US-1. I love A1A. I'm taking it all the time now.

Thursday, January 20, 2005

Darth Tater

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Isn't this priceless?

Wednesday, January 19, 2005


Holy cow, Lost was crazy tonight. The whole thing with Walt being like a freak of nature, and the bird just flying into the window. Can't tell that that's going to play a huge role in the future. I am so getting the DVD when it comes out. What a crazy show! Oh and Claire at the end just coming out of no where. Holy cow.

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Ark. cops use taser to subdue nude jogger

Wow. Just WOW.

WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. (AP) -- Arkansas' naked jogger has been zapped. For months, officers have been getting reports about a man making late-night runs in the buff. On Monday, police said they think they got their mystery jogger.

Fate Patterson, 39, of West Memphis, was arrested after he ran past a police car and failed to stop when he was ordered to do so by officers. Police chased him and were able to rein him in by using a Taser.

Patterson was charged with indecent exposure, fleeing and resisting arrest.

Mike Allen, assistant chief of the West Memphis police department, said that it did not initially appear that the man was mentally ill. He did not disclose his reasons for running without his clothes.

"You know, this one has just got me kind of speechless," said Allen.

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You know what I think of when I think of Arkansas? Clinton. And now I know it must be true that all people from Arkansas really are gerhurts.

Saturday, January 08, 2005


SmarterChild: Now you're just being silly.
DaNAdo 1 1 88: your mom is silly
SmarterChild: Oh please.

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Anatomy again

Mrs. Jenkins asked how many neurons there were in the brain and everyone is guessing like eight billion or two million, you know big numbers, and Chris is like "seven." and mrs. Jenkins says "Maybe for your brain!" and everyone went "oooohhhhhhhh" it was fun.

Sigh...I love Wednesdays.

Well, today I had to pay $12.20 for writing in a book that I wasn't told not to write in, I met the new assistant principal (not as bad as it sounds), and I got the whole BCC class in trouble.
Yeah, well the easy ones first: Book for biology, it's a lab book, 240 pages, and apparently we were supposed to copy all 240 pages and write on the copies. Christ. So stupid.
AP: Mrs. Thomasson made me talk to Mr. Dedman. He seems OK.
and BCC: In anatomy, guidance calls to tell me to go down at the end of class, so I did and they wanted to know why I had been skipping 2nd period. Ummm...I don't have a 2nd period? (OK, so I had a suspicion that Mrs. Lovell hadn't taken me out of sociology, but w/e.) So apparently nobody's supposed to be in the library for 2nd period, we're all supposed to be "interning" which I think means TAs and whatever. So dumb. I wouldn't be here for 2nd period if I didn't think that my spot would get taken by the time I got there. Anyway, I'm not sure if they're going to do anything or not, but I think that they just want a list from Mrs. Thomasson to tell them where we are. Still, someone is a moron.

(your face is a moron.)

Monday, January 03, 2005

Mothers and Shinedown

_I'm being economically efficient tonight by combining two posts into one. ;-) _
Mothers are odd. At least mine is. She whines at me for literally weeks to clean my room. I finally do, and there's a box of trash sitting in the garage, she sees it and decides to go through it. She takes it all out and puts it on my bed. I walk in and there is all this stuff that I threw out on my bed. I walked up to her and said "You have just lost all rights to complain when my room is a mess. Gone. Vanished." and she just sighs at me.
Pt. 2:
Shinedown. I must have the Shinedown CD. I will purchase it with funds. I love it. Shinedown = love as Sami would say. I might change it to Shinedown=god if I were an athiest, which I'm not. Maybe Shinedown=myfavoriteband or Shinedown=kings_of_rock. Yes. Shinedown=kings_of_rock. I like it...

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Catherine, Catherine, Catherine!

So I've got a Cathy joke for you:
(I'm Cathy, I'm beautiful, and I'm going to Florida)

So Cathy is speaking to her psychiatrist. "I'm on the road a lot, and my
clients are complaining that they can never reach me."

The psychiatrist asks, "Don't you have a phone in your car?"

"That was a little too expensive, so I did the next best thing. I put a
mailbox in my car.

"How's that working?"

Actually, I haven't gotten any letters yet," Cathy replies.

"And why do you think that is?"

Cathy says, "I figure it's because when I'm driving around, my zip code
keeps changing."