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February 22nd, 2005


09:09 pm
man, the moving units are hilarious
devotchka shall never cease to surprise me (and in a great way)
and i'm gonna blow up at the next bitchy customer/boss i serve

p.s. rain is crazee
Current Mood: sleepysleepy
Current Music: ambulance ltd

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January 19th, 2005


09:54 pm - a peak inside my heart
The following is completely honest. Not one drop of sarcasm -- I guarantee it

I enjoy everyone's company, except those of my parents which is natural and coworkers.
I always see the beautiful side of you and of anyone.
I'm envious of everyone, but not in a negative/obsessive way. Take it as a compliment
I'm currently smittened.
I carry no grudges, save those for high school counselors.
My (friendly) silence is not pretentiousness. [not at all, quite the opposite]
I dearly miss those that I've known quite intimately (or thought I did) in 2004.

:)

Even if this sounds naive and stupid, I'm gonna go on and say it.
I love most everything

P.S. except for zucchinni
due to taste and spelling difficulty
Current Mood: happyhappy
Current Music: the transgressors

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December 25th, 2004


11:40 pm - I love everyone :)

Merry Christmas to everyone!!! Hope you all got what you wanted and if not, maybe at least you have the receipt?

Oh yeah, somehow I managed to get myself accepted to a college. Lucky me. I dunno how I pulled that one off. It hasn't really hit me that I'm a senior until I realized that I'll be packing my  bags and waving goodbye next August.

So I guess this really is a time of renewal. The funny thing is, it's not the least bit scary. Change is a force to be reckoned with.


Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: Fiery Furnaces

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December 3rd, 2004


05:16 pm - ZOMBIES!!!

How amazing does a videogame where instead of killing zombies, you play the zombie himself SOUND!?

Background Story:

In 1933, Edward "Stubbs" Stubblefield was just another traveling salesman trying to get by during the Great Depression. His lifelong losing streak reached its logical conclusion when he was brutally murdered and ignominiously buried in a remote Pennsylvania field.

Now it’s 1959. Billionaire playboy industrialist Andrew Monday has constructed a monument to his own ego: Punchbowl, Pennsylvania, a technology-driven City of the Future to which the world will look for guidance. Unfortunately, Punchbowl is built atop the same stretch of land where Stubbs was buried all those years ago. When he crawls out of his grave during Punchbowl’s opening day celebration, Stubbs doesn’t know who killed him or why he’s returned. All he knows is that eating somebody’s brains would make him feel better.

 
In death, Stubbs has finally achieved the success and power he never had in life.  The tension mounts until the city explodes in a full-scale human vs. zombie war.

                         


Current Mood: sickstrep throat
Current Music: Velvet Underground - Heroin

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November 10th, 2004


09:56 pm - Gee Whiz

I've decided to just completely accept my inner nerd, which is pretty much my entire personality. And man do I love fonts...

 

 

Check out Fonts in Action!Collapse )
Current Mood: jubilantjubilant
Current Music: Heroin - velvet underground

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October 17th, 2004


09:24 am
I can't sleep...

Last night, a drunk driver ran a red light and full on hit my car and pushed me into oncoming traffic. My car's fucked, my neck's fucked and the best part of it is that the cops don't give a shit about drunk drivers unless someone's killed.

Yay, now I cant even get out of bed, I have to roll out. Oh man I look like such a retard...
Current Mood: shockedshocked

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September 29th, 2004


05:29 pm

Whatever happened to books like this one? I really do miss the good old days.

:(


Current Mood: busybusy
Current Music: Kelly Watch The Stars - Air

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July 14th, 2004


05:30 pm - There's Always Traffic For A Damn Good Reason

So it's 4:30 pm, I'm stuck as usual on the 405 and there's a ton of traffic. Not so hard to imagine, right? And I'm inching along, when suddenly I look in my rear view mirror and guess who's behind me? The Coroner. Yup, for one hour, I sat nervously in front of the Coroner's white van. Was my time up? But soon enough, I realize why. A bunch of police cars are surrounding the leftest lane, and there's a dead body with a sheet covering it. A construction worker had been hit. Ah-hah! I still have time. Who knew that traffic jams could be so enlightening?

 

Wait...does this make me sound insensitive?


Current Mood: thirstythirsty
Current Music: my slurping

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July 7th, 2004


10:23 pm - Always Prepare for the Worst
Mortuary Fact #1

Mark Gruenwald, the influential Marvel Comics editor who helped create Captain America, wanted his ashes mixed with ink and printed into a comic book after his death. His wife followed his wishes, and his remains were printed into a special edition poster of 'Squadron Supreme' in 1996.

Mortuary Fact #2

Ed Headrick, the free spirit who created the Frisbee and was a lifelong advocate of the Frisbee lifesytle, asked his family members to cast his ashes into a series of limited edition discs.

Mortuary Fact #3

For as little as $1000, a Georgia firm will mix the ashes of a loved one with concrete and cast the deceased into an artificial reef to create habitat for endangered ocean species.

Mortuary Fact #4

An Italian coffin maker recently sought to increase sales by using bikini-clad models posing with the caskets.


I thought you guys should hear this. Death isn't brought up enough in the American culture, so why not brag about it now?
Current Mood: lovedloved
Current Music: daisies of the galaxy

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June 21st, 2004


12:39 am - Summer Baby

Fuck trying to cure your boredom, the summer school, the summer reading you were assigned by the school or your local library OR your mother, attempting to lose weight to fit in a bikini, quitting smoking/drinking/carbs/desserts/soda/meat/porn/pills/uv rays/suv cars (just give in to your desires man, it's that simple), watching terrible television programs, going to lame kick-backs, falling asleep at 3 in the morning, waking up at 2 in the afternoon, driving around aimlessly, and most of all going to the beach.

I know what you really want to do, and that's to join me! yes, me! to the fantastic goal of becoming a kick-ass skateboarder.

Yup, I want to learn how to skateboard by the end of the summer so I can wear Volcom legitimately and ALSO! to fall into that hot skateboarder chick stereotype....

Over and Out.


Current Mood: ACTIVE!
Current Music: ...(rather not say)

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