Thursday, January 27, 2005 

Bud Commercial

Go here and see the wardrobe malfunction commercial that you won't see during the Super Bowl.

On another topic: I'm violently ill. I must have a touch of the flu. I do have a ton of stuff I want to write about, but I just don't feel like it.

Monday, January 24, 2005 

I hate myself

...sometimes. Really I'm a pathetic loser.

Thursday, January 20, 2005 


I can't sleep. I've been up since 5a.m. I went to sleep at 4:30a.m. The weather is screwing up my sleep pattern. Dammit!

Friday, January 14, 2005 

Sex Bomb, Sex Bomb...

You're my sex a great song, and apparently coming true.

THE Pentagon considered developing a host of non-lethal chemical weapons that would disrupt discipline and morale among enemy troops, newly declassified documents reveal.

Most bizarre among the plans was one for the development of an "aphrodisiac" chemical weapon that would make enemy soldiers sexually irresistible to each other. Provoking widespread homosexual behaviour among troops would cause a "distasteful but completely non-lethal" blow to morale, the proposal says.

Other ideas included chemical weapons that attract swarms of enraged wasps or angry rats to troop positions, making them uninhabitable. Another was to develop a chemical that caused "severe and lasting halitosis", making it easy to identify guerrillas trying to blend in with civilians. There was also the idea of making troops' skin unbearably sensitive to sunlight.

The proposals, from the US Air Force Wright Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio, date from 1994. The lab sought Pentagon funding for research into what it called "harassing, annoying and 'bad guy'-identifying chemicals". The plans have been posted online by the Sunshine Project, an organisation that exposes research into chemical and biological weapons.

Spokesman Edward Hammond says it was not known if the proposed $7.5 million, six-year research plan was ever pursued.

From issue 2482 of New Scientist magazine, 15 January 2005, page 4


Dying for Dyson

I have a vacuum fetish, and that's my most recent target. The Dyson DC14. I bought one. I should be shot for spending that much on a vac but it was totally worth it. That bitch sucks the paint off the walls, and I've cleaned the carpet roughly 75 times, and it's still pulling sand out of the carpet fibers. I just about creamed my pants. I'm always fascinated by vacuums and I even had a play toy vacuum when I was little. My mom bought it for me along with the play kitchen, ironing board, and iron; you can't tell me she never had the slightest inclination about my future. I have to give her credit though that same year she also got me a play tool bench with all the little tools and even a saw. She was developing a little cooking, cleaning, and hammering super queen; job well done.


Gay Caballeros

I'm sending this one to Andy over at his place. It will get alot more attention over there. Gay Caballeros via the Dallas Observer. Interesting indeed.


Pink Slips

I got written up apparently, at work I mean, and that's great. It happened tues. night after I had already left, and yeah so that's great. I didn't work last night so I came into it today with the whole place talking about it. I had no idea. The deal was the entire night shift got written up for not doing anything all day. I'm sorry but that's not in my vocabulary, not doing anything. No one has given me my little slip of pink paper saying "you've been written up." It's my first time, so they have to go easy on me. I pity the person who finally gives it to me. Really pity them. On Saturday if I come into no staff, like I have since I've been there, I'm walking out. That's the only thing I've asked for and if I don't get that, I'm walking and they can give me my second little pink paper. I pity that person as well. Enough about that.

So we have a new supervisor. I trained him, he's moved up some now and he's a big ol' queen. So we were talking about him tonight, and alot of the staff is uneasy with him because he's gay, and that makes them uncomfortable. This is all news to me. They have no idea about me, so maybe I can change their views if they ever find out the truth. I'm not there to do that, because I don't care how they feel about stuff, but it could be a nice side action.

Wednesday, January 12, 2005 

Skin Care

I was reading a post in Billy's blog about grey hair, and it just made me think about all the stress I've been under the past few years with school and work and other crap and how that is taking a toll on my beautiful skin. I need a routine for skin care/repair. I just use a regular face wash, nothing fancy, but it's time to turn up the heat abit. I'm really asking for help I guess. Any good stuff out there that's affordable, or anyone who would love to hook me up with a discount I would greatly appreciate it. I'm not asking for free, I'll pay, but I've learned that friends in retail are your greatest asset. My skin is going through some really rocky terrain recently. I've had the worst dry skin lately, and I mean everywhere; face, stomach, legs, lips, even my ankles. At first I thought it was the weird weather changes around here, up and down from hot to cold. Now I think it's more serious. I need to go to a dermatologist and see what I should do. However I would still like some general advice on products, or just what you use and how it works. Thanks in advance.


My future as a Nova

Do you remember a lovely automobile called the Chevy Nova? I know it's a stretch but, think really hard. That's the one, a great muscle car in the 60's, turned family sedan in the 70's and then non-existent in the 80's. Funny story, this car was wildly successful in the USA, but once they started to export the vehicle to Mexico they stumbled across a problem, and the Chevy Nova was not selling at all. After tons of research and testing they finally figured out it was all in the name Nova or 'no va' translation= 'no go'. That's my career in the hospitality field I fear; everything looked great in the beginning but now that I'm starting to expand my view, my future es no va!!

Tonight at work, a customer was complaining about the service we offer, and the cleanliness of the facility and how it's crap. I almost laughed at him. Not good I know. I did ask him what was up, and how I could help fix the problem but when he spoke I was hearing "beeeeeeeeeppppp." Like that episode on kid's in the hall. He's just one person and we have thousands of regulars so I could really care less. This whole dressed up suit thing catering to people's needs is all BullShit. People like to complain, and find things wrong with everything. Edit...not all people but some people certainly make it a past time. Nothing was wrong with the service or the facility. He warned me that we have competition moving in that will put us out of business. I saw their web site, and we could fit 3 of them into our property, I almost laughed at that as well. I think that pushed me over the edge, and Hotel, Restaurant, and Club Management are just not in my heart. I just smiled and told him to fill out a comment card, since that’s the fastest way to get things communicated, and to have a great rest of the day, and then silently in my head I whispered “eat shit and die,” and then did a flip off dance in my head. I clocked out and went home, I really think my future is bright. My diploma is not even printed yet and I hate what I'm going to be doing, I hope I can easily be exported.

Monday, January 10, 2005 

Handsome Hanson

I know it's pathetic but I really think that Zach Hanson is growing up to be quite the looker. Yes I know the hair is really bad and thank god they all decided to cut that mess off or at least get it to a more manageable length. But...he's hot hot hot now. I know he's young, but I do think he's 18 now so it's a lawful obsession. I saw them on Ellen, and that was all it took. I mean they've all grown up quite nicely but my heart lies with the youngster.He's always had the features I guess but the hair being removed really makes the man. the new hair is hot. Yes everyone has that hair cut but not everyone has his grill. His lips are gorgeous, and he still has that little boyish charm to his face. His nose, his skin, his teeth, did I mention the lips? Sweet.

I mean they all look good to me now adays. But mostly he oldest and the youngest are the one who could eat crackers in my bed anytime. They have a new album out and it's pretty good to say the least so maybe the fact that I think they are hot will level out one way or another.

Look at that smirk as he takes that jug of milk out of the fridge. RARRRR I mean I just love him. Do you ever feel that way about a guy you see on TV. I have a long laundry list of young men that I've programmed TiVo's wishlist to record. I mean anything they have even been in. Try it. Ryan Phillippe was on Matlock like twice?? Who knew? TiVo that's who!!
So guess whose been added to the list. I mean they CAN sing somewhat. They play their own instruments. They are young and hot. They have tons of money. They have fame pouring out of every gland. Did I mention they/he can sing? That make it okay....right?

Thursday, January 06, 2005 

Small Update

Graduation is all done, and that's a picture to prove it. I'm out of school forever, or until I get bored and decide to go back. Yeah Right! It was a pretty uneventful day overall. The guest list was short, the food was good, and the drink flowed freely. Only three people cane to my actual graduation. My bestest friend Kimberly, my Mommy dearest, and Bobby. My other close friend Nicki was supposed to be there but she got there just as I sat down, after walking across stage. I can’t say that I was surprised. I love her to death but she's gets distracted so easily. We joke about her getting ready and suddenly remembering she needs to paint the garage door or do some laundry, or knock out that wall between her room and the living room. After the fabled walk of nothingness, we came home and napped, it was cute. My mom passed out in our bed, Bobby and I were crashed on the couch and Kimbo was legs up in the recliner, with the food network blaring in the background. After the nap, we got dressed up and went to dinner, and then the liquor store. I don't drink really but since I am now a college grad. I figured it was time to have a few. I don't even remember what we had, and I felt like doo doo the next day. So yeah I'm a graduate with no use for my degree, with no direction, and without the faintest idea what to do next. Good times.

So Christmas my next adventure, and I do mean adventure/hell/alot of fun.
That's a picture form Virginia Beach, and two feet of snow fell shortly afterwards. I went with Bobby to see his parents for the holidays. This was the first time for us to meet and I was sorta excited. We left heading through Arkansas, but only made it to Malvern, Ark. We had to stop because of the weather. Ice is fun. We stayed at a hotel and planned to wake up and head out the next morning after the roads were cleared. Um yeah. Long story short the roads were shut down and we headed back to Texas. We went the southern route, still made good time and got to Va Beach by 5:30pm on Christmas Eve. met the entire family and all was well. We had to leave the day after Christmas because I had to work on Tues. That's what we woke up too, the view from the front door. I wanted to see snow, and I saw it all. White Christmas indeed. Texas got a shit load as well. I like it as long as I don't have to be anywhere.

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