Wednesday, February 28, 2007
If you've been paying attention to my blog for the past few months you'll know that I love indy bands and artists as it is where all of the great new wave and punk bands start. I really miss good new wave music so I’m really excited to find the Unsigned Bands website.
Of course there aren’t going to be too many punk or new wave bands where I live now, but when I go back home to San Francisco I’ll be sure to check out this site for the nitty gritty on the new bands playing in my area.
Oh, and get this, do you know what’s really cool? Listeners can build their own playlists and soon CDs so your favorite artist hits the billboard you can show off your original CD and take pride in know that you were one of the first.
Yeah, I sound like a groupie, but really I’m not. I do love my music genres and miss them tremendously so this couldn’t come at a better time for me.
You can search by genre, so if you don't like my music and you like Jazz, you can find Jazz Artists.
Where's that stupid people web page again?
Hey, maybe she just liked a lot of control in her relationships. It's possible, but they found dominatrix clothing and materials along with a website that lured alleged customers to her home.
Now, isn't that an interesting story for the day. Maybe she likes those handcuffs!
Why? Why would anyone do this? I do hope someone eats it, maybe a baseball team or something? I'm not a PETA member and I'm certainly not a vegetarian, but 80 pounds of beef is a lot of cow to waste.
ALWAYS CHECK YOUR LOTTERY TICKETS! I never check mine. I rarely buy them unless the prize is in the millions and then I forget. I'll clean out a purse six months later and find my tickets. Dumb, dumb, dumb!
http://messenger.yahoo.com/addpresence.php A nice blogger that might have been a Yahoo employee or enthusiast gave me the link.
Unfortunately it's cached or something and saying I'm not online. Grrrr. I am! I am!
Yes, this happened recently. I was told to come back in a month because my skills were perfect for creating the shopping cart needed. Well, I come back when told and the guy completely drew a blank even though we had great conversations on how to make photos look like actual paintings using Photoshop and selling them. Surprise, surprise! I knew how to do this, but hey, I didn't have *enough* Photoshop experience.
Um...okay, but at that rate he was hiring, I doubt if he could find someone with enough Photoshop experience.
Why are the salaries so low where I live? It's robbery.
Tuesday, February 27, 2007
Eddie Murphy stormed out after not winning Best Supporting Actor Academy Award and losing to Alan Arkin in Little Miss Sunshine (a movie that I had to stop watching after ten minutes of pure boredom.) I didn't see the other. Obviously neither movie supports my taste in film because I like stocky men dressed up as futuristic police officers who like rat burgers.
It's time to grow up, hun. I think you're one of the funniest men on the planet so stop behaving like a baby and do what you're good at! Making people laugh.
Maybe John Spartan should try this Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell place because they're in trouble for rats in their kitchen. Someone got the little(?) critters on video tape. Not very appetizing, is it?
Is it really just a coincidence that Taco Bell was the only restaurant left in Demolition Man? Perhaps they bought their food from the rat BBQ in the sewer.
I'm a little confused on the title of this article, is it called a Find Practice Bomb or was there a type in the title of the article?
After hearing that, I know where my kids won't go to school. Homework is not only a part of learning, but it's also a part of responsibility. Some kids need the extra work.
In fact, I'm a little peeved with our own school system. This week is some mid-winter break. You know, kids in other countries who run circles around us academically need to go to school all year round. Now, I don't mind a month off in the summer, but I really think kids get too much school off. Here we are working just about 260 days per year as adults and our kids get a big 90 day break plus weekends, holidays, etc. I protest!
Monday, February 26, 2007
Can anyone offer a real explanation to what happened here?
What I've never seen, and who I don't know, are people who do the things that this man did to his partners. Some of the things he did were unspeakable! From what I understand from my friends is that what happens is supposed to be an agreement and I doubt anyone agreed to have cigarette burn mutilation done to them and their lips surgically sealed shut.
This guy should be in jail for torture of another human being or whatever the law is for that. The government is all crazy about what he puts on the Internet, but in reality what he did was strip a person of her dignity and rights. It went way beyond what was allowed in their world. Good grief.
Sunday, February 25, 2007
See where the shovel is poking up? That's the front of my driveway. One would think they would get it.
I think I need to go to thrift stores more often!
Read about the $1300.00 thrift store find here.
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Now, I'd never hang plastic testicles off the back of my car because that is so gross and tacky, but I think it's totally ridiculous that anyone would even try to enforce this. He's doing it in the name of kids, well Mr. Myers, what not just ban television because half of the garbage we see on television is far more worse than anything pasted to a car. Please don't believe I'm for banning tv, that's the parent's responsibility, I'm just making a point.
Can't we stick to laws that are going to do something for the country? How about tougher laws on child molesters? How about locking away rapists for longer? Stop worrying about people who have a sick sense of humor and go after the real criminals.
Read about the papers against plastic bull testicles here.
Michael Sparks found a bargain that is just too good to pass up. I bet the store owners feel like crud now, too. He went and bought the document for $2.48 at a thrift store. He’s selling it and the opening bid is $125,000.
Just a few years ago some guy found a painting at a garage sale for something like $10.00. It sold for $1,000,000.00 at an auction. Man oh man oh man. I’d love to find something like that? Not even for the money--yeah, I could use the money--but for the fun of it! The excitement it would bring to know that you found a part of history!
Saturday, February 24, 2007
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Friday, February 23, 2007
That brings up another point. These so-called juvenile home places that take these kinds of kids in turn them out for the worse. Maybe they should just be breaking rocks and going to school. Strip them of their iPods and television. Make them work for a living, pay them, but take a good percentage out for room and board. Make them learn what it's like to work for a living but have it taken away because they're behaving badly.
I'd love to hear what their parents have to say about their attitude. If my child did that, well, I certainly wouldn't stand behind him. I'd love him, but I wouldn't support him in it all. Unless it was self defense, which this clearly wasn't. I'm not sure how I'd punish him though because after a child did something like that I don't believe he is afraid of authority any longer.
I hope they don't get away with it.
Read about the brats here. Good grief.
I grew up owning a horse, and quite a beauty at that. We played gym kanna, hit the trail rides, and just had a lot of fun. She did win ribbons, but she wasn’t a show horse. Kamia died in my arms a month after my 18th birthday. I can still remember her warm eyes looking up at me. She was a little delusional because the vet had to put her down, but she trusted me then. I had no choice because she was dying.
One good memory reminds me of night when it was foggy in my hometown and my horse escaped the backyard. I couldn’t find her for anything until deep in the grape vineyard my sister heard the ever-so-familiar sound of her leg joints popping. No, she wasn’t hurt. That’s just a sound that happens on a horse.
She stood there in a place where she had no idea where she was and frightened. If a car had come in her direction she could have spooked and damaged herself, the car, a house, or a person. This would have been devastating and I could have been sued as the owner.
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Aren’t we supposed to be penalizing these criminals instead of giving them things? Creeps like these guys should be locked away with their friends because they’re just as bad as those who are behind the bars. Unfortunately they released Robert Earl Hannon on a $15,000 bail.
Now how did a jailer afford that kind of bail? Selling pot to skanks maybe? Geesh! Sounds like a drug dealer to me.
Please don’t say it’s the driver’s fault. I know people who feel sorry for the guy would love to blame this on the trash company because it’s a corporation, but get some sense in your head. Do you know how long it would take for our trash to be hauled off if they had to look in each and every garbage can?
People should just learn to be more responsible and not sleep in garbage cans!
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Thursday, February 22, 2007
Never have I seen anything like this.
There is so much garbage that you can barely walk through the house. There are cat litter boxes turned over with hopefully just cat poo. I guess the plumbing didn't work so the people who lived in the house, a mom and three daughters, used soda bottles to urinate in and hold it until ??
Those poor girls. Did they think all of this was okay? Did their mother threaten them if they told anyone?
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Wednesday, February 21, 2007
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In 2002 the record for the most snow angels was around 1,800. In Michigan it was almost 4,000. So it's a big surprise to see at least 8,000 snow angels. How did they do it? Who put on this effort of people freezing their backsides to make impressions in the fluff?
The article doesn't say who coordinated the event, but it seems Michigan is keeping a close eye on the success of this game. Personally? I'm glad it's melting away because we're having a heatwave here in Wisconsin. Is North Dakota having the same 40 degree heatwave? Let's hope not!
Have I ever made a snow angel? I guess. Yeah, it waited until I was 33 or so because I lived in Northern California for all of my life and it doesn't snow at sea level there. Would I ever make one again? Only if my kids begged me. And why not? Because I want to go home to San Francisco where there is no snow!
Do ducks get jealous like cats do?
What is it in us humans that makes us want to poke fun of other people who might be a little less intelligent? Is it our ego to make ourselves feel important?
I really wanted to believe this one, but I knew deep in my heart it wasn't true. Someone thinking an elephant is bigger than the moon...come on now. Even my youngest knew it wasn't true.
Are we that gullible to believe anything?
What's bigger? The elephant or the moon?
Have I ever told you what really makes a man? To me it's not only his desire to succeed , but it's also his tie. Yes, the piece of fabric that kings used to use to wipe their mouths that is now a status symbol of success. So is it any wonder why I might comment on the success of Belisi?
I guess being a bar tender in Palm Beach isn't easy. I'm sure the tips are probably great, but the rents down there are probably more than what I got paid per year last year. Okay, that's probably a big exaggeration, but still, you need to put this into perspective.
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Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Isn’t it about time that you had a cell phone? Everyone has a cell phone and these days it’s almost like a necessary accessory. Even just for emergencies! I live in the frozen world of Wisconsin and I can’t imagine being on the road with all the ice and snow drifts during the winter or driving through the thunderstorms and tornadoes without an emergency resource. And these days you can get service almost anywhere.
Let me tell you my most recent and crazy emergency. My son rode his bike to work thinking it would be okay to ride home. Boy, was he wrong. When he left work that night it was -19 outside. Yes, -19! Even worse, he didn’t have a jacket and his brakes on his bike were frozen solid. The doors at his job were already shut and he couldn’t get back in. Fortunately my dear son didn’t need to walk home in the freezing weather and suffer frostbite. He just called me from his cell and I was able to go pick him up. The only thing we had to worry about was someone stealing the bike!
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No, I haven't done it before, and I don't think I'd tell you if I did, but this guy admitted to doing it. The poor kid was charged with a felony that carries a max sentence of 12 years in prison. Yes, prison. For a prank. Rapists and murderers get less time!
Come on now, this was a silly prank. I doubt if he meant any harm to the people. PLEASE do not throw him in a cell with a bunch of freaks that will only do terrible things to him. Of course, I don't know him personally so maybe he belongs there, but I really do hope they put the kid's life into consideration for this.
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Monday, February 19, 2007
So what do I do now? I haven't chatted in a week because I haven't been in the mood. Of course I haven't received an email or a call so maybe the honeymoon is over.
Heck, I didn't even get a Valentine from my kids! I got one from my youngest after he realized--at his bed time--that he had forgotten me. I got one from my mom and my sister. So why not anyone else?
Are you listening? Are you reading?
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Brittney Spears threw a fit when the hairstylist wouldn't shave her head. Hey, as must as I don't like Brittney Spears, I still say since she's the customer and she's paying you to cut her hair then just do it. Let Brittney pay for it when she's sober (that is, if she was drunk at the time.)
They fined him a mere $95.00 for running in the buff. Only $95.00? He wasn't jailed? Then he acted like he'd do it again if the people didn't get offended. No, I think he should stop doing it because it's illegal.
I do have a burning question for you men out there. Guys, seriously, doesn't it hurt to jog naked?
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When I ask for something specific, I ask to do it in a certain way because I'm busy. For example, yesterday I had to enter 130 books into a book distributor. I ended up entering only 100 because the 30 remaining books need to be reformatted. Instead of reformatting the books for distribution today, I was busying answering questions that could have been avoided if the people asking read the directions.
I finally gave up on answering questions and went back to modifying books. Why? Because I was wasting time. All of these questions could have been answered by reading the Promotions Coordinator position that was posted yesterday. The information was there, including how to find out more about the job.
In fact, as of right now I'm putting my foot down. I know exactly what the email looks like for those who use the proper method of inquiring about the position. If the information is not received at the appropriate email address with the right subject then the message will be ignored. Why? Because it will prove to me the person applying actually cares about following directions.
Yeah, I'm a little mad about it. :-)
Saturday, February 17, 2007
With iTunes you can create your own home theater with music, movies, DVDs, tv shows, and more with a simple remote control. So here I am sitting on my couch with my nifty little remove and selecting movie trailers from my computer. It accesses them from the Apple Quicktime Site and displays them right on my home theater box (my dual Intel iMac flat screen.)
I put a bunch of movies in my iTunes movie area where I can either download them from iTunes or add my own. It's illegal to take movies from DVDs so I use other movies. Sorry, I don't want that $250,000 fine. I can switch between my DVD, music, movies, trailers, purchased tv shows, etc. with my fancy little remote. It's really cool.
Now all the motion picture industry should legally allow you to do is copy those movies to your hard drive from the DVDs you legally own. I don't see why they don't, it's totally stupid to not do it that way. Then I can have backups for all my DVDs the kids will eventually destroy.
Now, I don't know what the AppleTV does yet, but I assume it acts like a DVR. If I could output the DVR to my computer screen then I will a very happy TV viewer.
I don't know of any PCs with a remote. Of course, I wouldn't buy a pc if my life depended on it.
Friday, February 16, 2007
A lingerie designer named Lacey, a meddlesome twin sister, and a wiener dog with an underwear fetish team up to give police detective Derek McAllister a major headache in DECEIVING DEREK.
Lingerie designer Lacey DeMarco attempts to liven up her life by hoodwinking an unsuspecting police detective to a funky bridal shower, thereby fulfilling the "cop" requirement on a scavenger hunt list. However, little does Lacey realize that she and Derek are *both* being deceived--in the name of love.
Author: Cindy Procter-King
Editor: Catherine Chant
Artist: Rebecca Pack
Proofreader: Tammy Xanthakis
Length: Short Story (5,000 to 10,000 words)
Rating: General audience (Suitable for all ages.)
"Somebody is stealing my underwear! And I want you to find out who it is."
Detective Derek McAllister arched a skeptical eyebrow and raised his gaze from the sports section of the Seattle area newspaper. Hello. A svelte, Cameron Diaz look-alike poured into a blazing red dress stood on the other side of his desk. Indignation radiated from her blue eyes as she dangled a scarlet G-string mere inches from his nose. Her hand jerked, and the titillating scrap of silk and elastic indecency flipped off her crimson-polished fingertip to puddle onto the latest Mariner's baseball scores.
Derek shot a glance to the front counter of the small suburban precinct. Both Biggs, the balding desk sergeant, and Hardy, a uniformed patrol officer who routinely shadowed Biggs like a starved-for-attention sidekick, looked back at them and chortled. Biggs twirled a finger near one cauliflower ear and mouthed with wide-eyed exaggeration, Crrrrrazy.
Like he needed Biggs to tell him. Thanks a lot, boneheads. Sending me the kook again, are you?
"Well?" the slim blonde asked. "Are you going to shuffle me off like they did-" she pointed back at Biggs and Hardy "-or take me seriously?" Her shiny, golden hair shimmered beneath the bright precinct lights in feathery layers.
Hell, why not? Derek hunched forward in his swivel chair. As Thursday evenings went, this one was a colossal bore. He needed something to keep him awake until his shift ended at midnight. Besides, he could sense the woman's frazzled nerves beneath her righteous ire. On the chance she really was a kook-job, he'd rather pacify her and escort her safely home than send her out to roam the streets in her current state of agitation.
Taking his time about it-no sense in making her even more edgy-he calmly eyeballed the G-string. He slipped the tip of a pen beneath a lace-covered strap and lifted the breeze of nothingness off the newspaper as carefully as if he were handling a piece of forensic evidence.
V is out to stop the madness by terrorist antics. He saves the life of a woman who was out after curfew and their conflict and pain is shown throughout the movie.
Did I like it? Eh, not really. V was a little too proper and prosed for me. The bloody parts, no pun intended, were nice and the message to the public was great. In ways it could be a great cult movie, but when he went on excessively about this and that it would get kind of strange.
Thursday, February 15, 2007
Hmmm...maybe we have a vigilante afterall?
Monday, February 12, 2007
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I wonder if people have always been like this or if our information society is bringing out the nature of our disorganization. I was having a discussion with my brother tonight about ADHD and he brought up a good point that maybe we're all naturally ADHD and society has molded us a certain way to change brain wave patterns and now we're finally coming out of our shells.
Looks like there was a lot coming out of this shell...
Sunday, February 11, 2007
For those who have no idea and believe it is something fake and made up by the doctors then you really have no idea. Yes, I believe some of the symptoms are from boredom as a friend told me who doesn't believe in it. When I had a job that was fun and exciting I did very well. When I had a boring job where the pay was minimal and the result of what I did was simply helping another company's product succeed, I had to go find something else.
ADHD people, and I know there are several different types out there, are very creative. They're the movers and the shakers of new ideas and new business. They're the artists, the entrepreneurs, the writers, and others who mold the world.
Now, I'm not saying that non-ADHD people can't do this, sure they can! In fact, if the ADHD person doesn't realize they're ability and learn how to focus on it, then the non-ADHD person would do it faster because of the conditioning and organizational skills.
If you're thinking there isn't any proof of ADHD then you need to dig deeper into the subject. There is proof of brain patterns that are different. Medication does help people with ADHD differently than people without so it will probably be obvious if you're on medication if it's working on not.
Have I told my family? No. They wouldn't understand because they would say, just as my sister does, that I'm just too distracted by kids. Yes, that's true, but someone who is not would handle that distraction differently than I would. My friend who says I'm just bored, just that is true as well.
Saturday, February 10, 2007
The gross out stood behind me and told me he had a knife at my back and he wanted me to do something that I can't quite remember. Maybe get him off? What did I do? Silly me. I put my hand back there to see if it was a knife and it was his finger (I hope! eww) Anyway, I prayed out loud then I went for the pot of boiling water I had started and told him to leave.
I was astonished to find out that he turned around and started to leave. He called me a tramp and a few other choice words and left.
Did I call the cops? No. I was scared and an idiot. I grabbed my cat from outside and locked all the doors then sat in my room sweating for the next few hours until my mom got home. I don't even think I told her.
So guess what? The next day I came to school and we had a teacher's strike. The sub in my geography class looked JUST LIKE HIM. Did I say anything? NO. I couldn't be sure if it was him or not.
It's different now, people keep their doors locked to feel safe. I hope this guy decided to never hurt anyone else because I if I had called then he might have been caught and never able to do worse than what he did to me.
What I don't love are movies that include data about a person and it's obvious the screenwriter or the producer would have no clue about the details. This isn't fiction, it really happened, so why must they put info in where they'd have no clue?
When the guy states he wants a movie about him, I don't think anyone has ever handled this right. He wants a movie about HIM which means not the cop families, not the press, not the cops, and not the victims. He wants people to get into his mind and tell the world about him. I'm sure of it.
Other people have mentioned that he's probably dead and that's why no one has heard from him. That could be. Maybe he just gave up because no attention is paid to him any longer. I mean come on, this was 1969 and that was only 38 years ago. If they guy was in his 20's or 30's then he's probably not dead, he's just too old to care or doing it quietly with unsolved murders because he knows it's easier now to collect data against bad guys.
I've heard people complain about the character building of the movie. They say there wasn't enough character building. Well, what do you expect? No one really knew much about the guy and if they had built anymore character into the other people then it would have been a miniseries as opposed to a two hour movie. The families of the people were, gosh I hate to say it this way, irrelevant to the movie because they were supposedly random. They could have spent an awful lot of time with the victims and gotten nowhere in the movie.
Oh, what else bothered me was the way they made it look like the guy was following the kid throughout the movie. That was REALLY annoying because you never knew if something was going to happen and you know it never did. Obviously the kid wasn't scared so why all the drama? To add more suspense? Suspense isn't any good unless it matters and makes a difference.
So, did I like it? It was okay. Not good and not bad. It was kind of boring and annoying, but it wasn't as terrible as others make it out to be. One of the detectives looked like a friend I worked with Apple Computer. Strange, huh?
Friday, February 09, 2007
It opens at the Omaha Community Playhouse. The story is about a drought that makes using public toilets more usable than private toilets.
I personally have not seen the production so I can't comment on the content, but I can say that I might pee my pants laughing.
Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Good grief. Playing with politics is scary and not very funny. If this really passed then it would be a big mess. It's a stupid way to prove a point especially when it goes against everything the group introducing the bill supports.
Have kids or get annulled