Thursday, December 22, 2005
Happy Holidays Peeps!
Wednesday, December 07, 2005
Wednesday, November 16, 2005
A Professor at BYU investigates.
Thursday, November 03, 2005
Sunday, October 23, 2005
Almost. I sniffled and coughed for about a week. I was very upset, and still am, which may confirm the opinion of some that I am an extremely angry person and that I have a problem. Regardless, I have put my contract for sale offering a free dinner.
There's something to be said for privacy and a place to call home, even if you do have to sell your soul to get it. As I've said before, "money's not an issue when it comes to my happiness." I'm never happier than when I'm spending other people's money. I laugh at anyone that says money can't buy happiness. And yes I am a snob.
Monday, October 03, 2005
despite my capability to be infinitely patient, my limits are about to be breached. i have lost my hat. i know not where it has wandered. and the worst part is is that someone has it and will not reveal its true location, nor will the possessor reveal his identity. i am at a loss for words. this is about more than a hat. it is a part of me. we have gone everywhere together, we have gone nowhere together . . . what can heal my broken heart?
let the truth be told
Monday, September 05, 2005
Saturday, September 03, 2005
Saturday, August 13, 2005
Thursday, August 11, 2005
SEOUL, South Korea - A South Korean man who played computer games for 50 hours almost non-stop died of heart failure minutes after finishing his mammoth session in an Internet cafe, authorities said on Tuesday.
The 28-year-old man, identified only by his family name Lee, had been playing online battle simulation games at the cybercafe in the southeastern city of Taegu, police said.
"We presume the cause of death was heart failure stemming from exhaustion," a Taegu provincial police official said by telephone.
Lee had recently quit his job to spend more time playing games, the daily JoongAng Ilbo reported after interviewing former work colleagues and staff at the Internet cafe.
Despite this sad news there is a bright side. Apparently a woman who had been playing online against the man for the same period also resides in South Korea and goes by the alias, Dena. If anyone has any information concerning the whereabouts of this mysterious online phenom, the appropriate authorities should be contacted, IE., the Taegu provincial police.
This is not a joke.
Tuesday, August 02, 2005
Taking in the scenery at Smith Rock I can help but wonder what am I thinking? And this is what makes us human. Some say its OCD. I say shut up and stop thinking. Ahh. I apologize for the shadows which mask my brilliant tan. I'm not posting this picture because I'm into myself or anything I just want everyone to see I'm not butt-white, I am in fact almost black, especially in the shadows. Speaking of shadows, people look way better in shadows. Maybe instead of wearing make up self-conscious girls should flee from the sun and artificial light rather than seeking it and bask in the beauty which the dark provides. And I don't have OCD. PS. Beavers are human. If I could only be a beaver. If anyone knows how I can become one let me know.
Tuesday, July 05, 2005
Boone bends over in frustration after grounding out in what turned out to be his last at bat as a Mariner. In his last at bat he grounded out with the game tied with 2 men on in the eigth. The Mariners went on to lose 6-5 and their 7th in a row. Some shed tears of sorrow but mine were filled with joy. Bret Boone was officially released from the Mariners on Sunday. The Mariners were instantly filled with hope. Well, at least enough hope to win the game 2-1. Not surprisingly the Mariners won on Tuesday as well 6-0. Recently the Mariners had a strech where they won 12 out of 17 or so. During this stretch Boone had sat most of these games. He was benched to work on his mechanics. Then Boone came back. Thus began the 7 game skid, Boone was released and bam the team's back on track with 2 straight wins. All this is very ironic because I said not less than a week ago that the day the Mariners get rid of Boone is the day they become competetive. The M's have also been on a skid for the last 2 years, coinciding with Boone's 2 year slump. No coincidences here. Boone is gone, the M's can make the playoffs, I believe and so should you. The cancer is gone. I am very passionate on the subject as I'm sure you can tell. And I think this picture tells the story almost to well. It was time, and I am thrilled.
Sunday, July 03, 2005
Thursday, June 30, 2005
I'd also like to add a favorite of lawyers the world over used to find other good lawyers. I'm giving Jabba the credit for this one.
Sunday, June 19, 2005
Sunday, June 12, 2005
Here are some cool sites you should check out that I stumbled upon:
gives you username and passwords so you dont have to pay
allows you to give people bogus emails for free offers etc..
acts as a web hard drive, allows 100 mb uploads and downloads
clocks upload and download speeds
Let me know if these things help simplify your life
Monday, June 06, 2005
Thursday, June 02, 2005
5. Brigham Young University (UT)
One can't separate Brigham Young University and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the school's sponsoring faith. From the student body to the "stringent" honor code (which regulates not only academic behavior but also dress, hair length, diet, and sexual activity) to the heavy religious studies requirement, BYU serves the needs of America's Mormon community first and foremost. Those few non-Mormons we heard from in our survey suggest that outsiders considering the school strongly consider their ability to live within Mormonism's strict requirements. "Life at BYU is a lot different than a typical university life," explains a typical undergrad. "Students here do not participate in activities that are in contrast with our religious beliefs." Some, however, warn that "the nonconformist will find a dull social life with difficulty finding someone [who] will be their friend, regardless of who they are or what they believe."
I am definately not a conformist.
Wednesday, June 01, 2005
This website helps you scan all the processes in listed in the task manager to see if they are considered harmful. My conversion to nerdonism should be given credit to jabba, heres the address to his site
well, at least I have a wonderfully happy computer, he doesn't even like to sleep he just runs all day and then I get home from work and he just wants to stretch his legs and go for a jaunt, reminds me of my youth when I ran mile after mile in my ever so comfortable sweat pants.......
and so my mind drifts to better days.....
if thats possible....
I love doing these dots........
Thursday, May 26, 2005
$10 PER HOUR + tips / Depending on how well the work is completed Gay Couple needs a hardworking, honest guy to help out with house cleaning, errands, and taking care of two dogs while we are at work. This would be a part-time job, but a live-in is also possible for the right person. We can be somewhat flexible on the hours, and days of the week. The "Ideal" candidate will: -Pay attention to detail -Be hard working, and put pride in their work -Be English speaking or Spanish speaking with a little English (to help me practice my Spanish -*is a plus!) -Have reliable transportation -Previous Housekeeping, cleaning experience is a PLUS All final applicants will go through a background check, and must have references available. Please! We need for you to send us a recent photo, resume, or a few paragraphs about yourself and why we should hire you.
Job location is San Diego/Rancho Bernardo
Compensation: $10 per hour - Plus tips for excellent/hard work.
Monday, May 23, 2005
Monday, May 16, 2005
Though I looked stoned, I'm really not. I don't know if you can tell but I have wings. Sometimes when I run I start to lift off. I didn't think it would come to this, but I am beginning to consider cutting my hair. I'm wondering what the public has to say concerning the matter. Anyone willing to buy my lovely locks? Should I cut it?
Sunday, May 08, 2005
Friday, April 08, 2005
Today I killed my pea plant. We've been together for about a month and a half. Filled with many ups and downs the time was right to finally put it down. In retrospect I'm sure there were some things I could have down better. Give it more light, better water and most of all more tender loving care. If I only would have known that the pod would become so heavy it would bend the plant in half. Alas my plant is dead and I am left alone to tell the sad tale of Project Pea Plant. I hope I get an A.
Friday, March 25, 2005
Tuesday, February 22, 2005
Monday, February 14, 2005
Saturday, February 05, 2005
Friday, January 28, 2005
Tuesday, January 18, 2005
I was also told recently that I should be a photographer. I think you can see why. I am always amazed at the times when fate seems to poke out its ugly little head. I think this was one of those times. Light and dark. Two worlds collide in the image I call without hesitation, "dulce." Translation...this image captures the sweetness which fate inevitably captures. Don't thank me thank the serendipitous events which arise around and about us without so much as a warning. I'd almost like to say it's rude....but I won't. Later friends.
Monday, January 10, 2005
Ive move into my new place, and it is amazing. I don't like school anymore, at least right now, I don't want to go to school. These are my feelings.
I really enjoy sharing my feelings. Oh how I wish I could shout my feelings from the tops of the mountains for all to hear, this is a really good outlet for me.
Saturday, January 01, 2005
dreaming upon the gusts of wind
i was swept away by the storms which have already past
icicles form and drip upon my eyelids
freezing my memory which thinks
and to think I was once asked if I was a romantic