You guys are going to hate me for this. . .

I have to go out of town with my dad for a couple of days, so Foxholes part 2 will be postponed until about Wednesday evening. Wow, I kind of like this power to be able to make all of my readers suffer. Now I know what it must be like to work in the Halo2 program at Bungie.


The REAL Amazing Race.

Just because I want all of you to squirm over not being able to read the next installment in Foxholes, I am going to make a post about other stuff. It is that time of year again, the official Dakar race. This really is the most amazing race you could ever see. They are showing it now on OLN. Seriously, this race is insane. It is a race from Barcelona, Spain, to Dakar, Senegal (Africa). Total miles is 5,565 in just under 14 days, and one day of rest. Vehicles are broken into three categories; Motorbikes. This field is dominated by KTM motorcycles, around 600cc. Speeds of around 100 mph. Cars. Cars in the classic sense that they have four wheels. They are not rally cars, or Baja trucks, but a kind of weird cross between the two. Speeds of around 130 mph. Last category, and the craziest, is Trucks. Picture a garbage truck driving through the desert at 120 mph, and you can imagine how much fun this sounds. This race is seriously nuts. It has less than a 45% finish rate. This year 3 people died. One team ran out of gas in a sand storm and was missing for 3 days. A famous rally racer from Europe, Collin McRae, rolled his car, leaving him without vision in his left eye. They say this is the hardest motor vehicle race in the world, and if you get a chance to watch it, you will see why. There are lots of crashes, which make for great viewing. This year marks the first year that any amount of Americans ran this race. Most notable was racer Robby Gordon. Finishing 30th overall, after suffering a crash in one of the early stages, where he rolled 5 times. He took about 3 hours to put his car back together before continuing on. In short, this is an insane race across two continents, that cause massive injuries to vehicles and people. So check it out, and I am sure you will be as hooked as I am.


New site feature

I know it has been a few days since I have posted. I apologize to my die hard readers. I would like to draw your attentions to the right hand side of this page now, below the profile, and above previous posts. That is right friends, that is a genuine bona-fide Simpsons quote generator. That means that every person who visits this site will get their very own random quotes. Each time they visit! Come back as many times as you want to check out a new quote every time. I hope you all enjoy this feature. I currently have it set to give you two quotes, I can do from 1-10 per person. Let me know if you want more. Enjoy!


My idea for a great film that I am going to make someday

So the other night, we were at the Dragonfly, and talking about movies. One of the films we talked about, although briefly, was the idea of making a G.I. Joe movie, but put a comic twist on it like the remake of Starsky & Hutch. I know what you are saying, "yeah right that would be dumb". EXACTLY! That is why it would be so badass. Ted and I were talking a little bit about this today, and came up with some good ideas. The premise of the entire film, is that G.I. Joe, and the Cobras, are a bunch of bumbling nitwits. Also, about every 23 minutes into the show, there would be one of those lame ass PSAs that they did, you know, the "Knowing is half the battle." I did a little bit of snooping, and came up with these. All I have to say is that this is hilarious. The one with Gung Ho, Roadblock, and Snowjob are a few of he best. If you cannot identify who those characters are by the picture, you should run outside and hang yourself right now.

But I digress.

So, the whole idea behind he movie is that there is a little community service every 23 minutes, and every so often there is a huge battle in some remote place over nothing at all. No one gets hurt, and the rest of the populous never seems to notice these idiots driving an AWE striker to the grocery store. Let alone a ninja hanging out with a sailor and a guy wearing full snow gear. Sounds like the line up of a three guys walk into a bar joke. There is an occasional scene where the good guys are all standing around in a comm. center looking at some devastation caused by Cobra, so then 4 people go to try and stop them. I can work on the story line later. You all can help.

Two scenes I think would be enourmously funny, is in a huge firefight where the opposing forces keep shooting red and blue lasers at each other and just keep marching toward one another. This could perhaps be the big final battle. They end up just a foot or two away on opposite sides, and like millions of laser blasts are going off. They all have stunned looks on their faces, because not one single person is getting killed. Now, I know this part is a pretty much straight Monty Python's Holy Grail rip-off, but how about at the end of said firefight, the "real" local authorities come and arest them all.

Here is the line up of characters/actors that Ted and I came up with.

Duke. - Owen Wilson. Every 15 minutes, he goes into a coma with the age old "Yo Joe. . . " line. The twist is, each time he does, he has a Skywalker/Obi-Wan-esque dream encounter, but with Gunnery Sgt. Hartman (The drill instructor from Full Metal Jacket played by R. Lee Ermey.) Where ole gunny screams obscenities at him until he wakes up.

Cobra Commander. Anyone, he wears a mask. You can dub in that whiny-bitch voice.

Flint.- I was thinking Vince Vaughn, because he would really be the one in charge.

Destro. Now how do you get anyone to look authentically chrome?

Snake Eyes. - See Cobra Commander

Stalker. - Snoop Dogg (Hes the guy who can get you stuff)

Doc. -After seeing the Mock PSA, I thought perhaps snoop could play this character better than stalker, but I thik Sam Jackson could do alright.

Shipwreck. - Steve Lemme. He is from Broken Lizzard. Actually, most of the guys from Broken Lizzard would be really good at a lot of these roles. maybe I will call them, and try to pitch the idea.

Ted thought that Dr. Mindbender could be played by John Turturo. Not bad

Roadblock. - I was thinking Dennis Haysbert. He played Cerrano in Major League

The ones I need but can't figure out right now are:

Major Blood
The Baronness (Ted had someone for this, but I forgot who.)
Lady Jay (Brittany Murphy?)
Scarlet (insert redheaded hotty here)
WIld Bill (Some loud ass Texan)
Barbeque (Mask)
Cover girl (Shannon Elizabeth?)
Storm Shadow (mask)
Fire fly (Mask)
Tomax and Xamot (Twins)
All of the Dreadnoks;

I got all of the character names out of the roll call pages of this site.

I look forward to all of your comments, let me know what you think, give me casting ideas, or tell me I am retarded (this I already know.) I honestly think, that a well done parody style film, maybe done by the guys at Broken Lizard, maybe done by Todd Phillips, would be hilarious. So enjoy the topic, I need to start script writing and making story boards. Who's comin with me?


Daily Quote

Pop Culture?

It has become appallingly obvious that our technology has exceeded our humanity.
-Albert Einstein


Seriously. Why do people insist on putting little 1996 chat room abbreviations into their everyday writing. If I have to look at one more written piece that is not a chat dialogue and see LOL, TTYL, LMAO, or any of the other stupid little things, I am going to freak. It is just like Ted was saying the other day about A-Holes putting the damn smilies with their text. No, I don't need to turn my head sideways to understand your conveyed emotion. Write better to convey said emotion, and you wont need the smiley/frowny/whatevery. Damn, now I am all worked up over this tripe, and wont be able to get to sleep for an hour. I now must go reads through a bunch of my newly returned Punisher comics I got back from Ted. So seriously, next time you see someone who has that garbage in a written piece that is not a text message or chat room, slay them for me.

So until next time, TTYL! :-P


The French Robin Hood Character in Shrek

I was at Summit tonight, and one of the sub-topics discussed was why the Robin Hood character in Shrek was French. My only conclusion was that it was so that he would be easilly beaten. (And by a woman no less.) I was doing some looking on the IMDB, and found nothing titled Robin Hood that had anything to do with France. If anyone has any insight about why that character, who is always portrayed as an Englishman, was portrayed as French, let me know.

When combing through the Robin Hood stuff, I found this article about a wierd Robin Hood show from the 80's.

I did, however, find some info on a play called Le Jue De Robin Et Marion, apparently known as a classic French Comic Opera. Wow, that sounds really bad. Other google searches I did, seem to back up that this is aFrench version of the Robin Hood story. Interesting. Perhaps that is the connection.

I found this article, explaining that it isn't Robin Hood, but rather Monsieur Hood.

If you want to know all sorts of meaningless trivia about Robin Hood, click here.

Blog problems

Has anyone been experiencing any problems with their blog being really slow, and just being generally retarded?

Daily Quote

People with courage and character always seem sinister to the rest.
-Hermann Hesse


Help determine Ted's future.

So Ted has a posting on his Blog about the firearms he dreams about when he should be doing other things. There are several categories, and they break down like this:

-AR 15 of some type, or boltgun in .223
-Some kind of .22 revolver. (?)
-Marlin Lever gun in a Long action Caliber.
-An AR 15 pistol variant.

Here is my response to each of these.

The shotgun. I am a big fan of the pump shotty. Loaded with buck or slugs, it can be one of the most powerful civilian weapons available. My vote is for the H&K FP6 A1 Pump Shotgun with Heavy Barrel. I have handled these at gun shows, and think that they are pretty alright. They run about $550.00. If this is not an option, I would go with the 870 Express This model has the 7 round capacity, and retails for under 300 clams. This might be a better choice than the H&K, and if you really want a pistol grip, just pick up a Brownell's catalog and order one.

.223 (AR-15 or Bolt Rifle.) My bias is going to run pretty deep on this. There is no reason whatsoever to have a bolt gun in .223. Modern AR's are just about as accurate as a bolt gun, but you get the combat capabilities of the AR. O am a big fan of Olympic Arms models (They make it just about as easy to build one as buy an assembled one) The real beauty of an AR, is that once you have the lower receiver, you can then but any number of uppers on it from .17HMR, all the way up to .50BMG in the Ferret conversion. So under the shotgun, this is definitely the best choice you could make. Go with the AR, it should be required by law that every household have one.

.22 Revolver. I am totally uninterested in this. Pass on this idea Ted.

Marlin Lever Gun in a big bore Cal. I was just talking with Dad the other day about how I need to get a lever gun one of these days. I am a big .45/70 fan, but I am also interested in the .444 Marlin. But if there is a .500S&W caliber on the horizon, I will buy that for sure. But until then, I would wait. If you want to shoot a .45/70, just come shoot the Ruger No. 3.

AR style pistol. These are pretty darn cool. They combine all of the great features of your standard AR-15 with the concealment/drive-byability of a pistol/subgun. I think that Olympic will be making one of these without all the holes in the body soon. There was a Bushmaster lightweight pistol at the gunshow last weekend for $700.00. This is something that I would hold off on until I had both the Shotty, and the AR. I prefer this model, over this one.

I think to sum it up, Ted has a really focused idea of what he wants. This is just a list of my ideas about what he should get. So make sure you go to Ted's blog and let him know what YOU think.

Daily Quote

My future starts when I wake up every morning... Every day I find something creative to do with my life.
-Miles Davis


I am sitting here in my room right now, listening to loveline on the radio. I do this because Adam Carolla is funny, and the people who call in are mutants and it makes for wacky comedy. Anyway, they have guests pretty regularly, and tonight's guest is some actor who took part in the movie Torque. Holy crap! Adam is talking it up like it is good. And the numbnut that was in the movie is talking about really hoping to be in the running for an oscar. WHAT THE HELL?!?! An oscar? For wasting my 2 hours? Wow, I suddenly like Carolla a whole lot less than I did five minutes again.

I have to bring the love

It has been brought to my attention by Steve, that I have no love for his blog. THAT IS BECAUSE IT JUST NOW SHOWED UP! Anyway, it will be added to my links now. Enjoy, and please feel free to dole out harshness to his postings freely.

Hooray! He finally did it!

Well, it is official. Ted finally posted on his blog. All I can say is, it is about time. I look forward to reading his postings.


What I need now is a little motivation

So I have as whole ton of homework to do before class tomorrow, and all I can think about doing is taking a nap for the rest of the day. I am only marginally tired, and mostly just bored. I could go to the gym for an hour or two and relieve some of that boredom, but that would require me to leave the confines of my nice warm house on this rainy day. I could do my homework, because that I can do indoors, but it would require me to think. Nope, that settles it. I am going to go lay down and get all comfortable in my bed, and sleep until the phone rings, or something else requires me to wake up.


Daily Quote

I am doing the quote late tonight, so that it will be up for tomorrow. Today I am doing several quotes again, this time from another of my heros, Gen. George S. Patton.

Americans love to fight. All real Americans love the sting of battle.
-Gen. George S. Patton

If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking.
-Gen. George S. Patton

It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived
-Gen. George S. Patton

Watch what people are cynical about, and one can often discover what they lack
-Gen. George S. Patton

Thinking about more movies.

I am thinking already about another movie night. I could do this tomorrow night. (I would probably go a little easier on the coke, and have a salad instead of pizza) There are several directions that I could take it. The western theme could be done, but what to do? We could watch a couple of spaghetti westerns, and I could make spaghetti. We could watch non-spaghetti westerns, and I could make cornbread and chili. I am thinking maybe a dark western theme, specifically Unforgiven, and Open Range. Even though I cannot stand Costner, I really liked this film. I could get with Ted, and borrow his Kirosawa collection, and we could do a samurai night. I could make sushi (at least California rolls) and we could drink Sake. Well, maybe not Sake, but I can cook some good Asian food. Then again, if I could get everyone to sit through it, I would show what is quite possibly my favorite film of all time. It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World. This movie is hilarious. It contains genuinely funny people doing hilarious things. The problem, is that it is massively long, and I think it would lose the interest of some people by the time intermission rolls around. We could also do major film classics, such as Casablanca, Only Angels Have Wings, To have and Have Not, or North By Northwest. Of course, you can catch North By Northwest in February at the Wednesday Evening Film Series. I will certainly be going. Now that I look at the lineup for Series 2, I think I might just try to catch every single film on the list. But back to the movie night. I suppose we could always watch some really bad movies that we could just sit around and make fun of. I am not going to even name them, let alone link them, If anyone has any input about some titles that I could be missing, or ideas, please let me know. It was painfully obvious, that I need an actual theater in my home.

Daily Quote

Does anyone read these? And if so, are they worth continuing? SHould I just post the links to where I get my quotes from? Please post your thoughts.

Today I have three quotes, I found some quotes from one of my heros, Theodore Roosevelt.

Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or leave the country.
-Theodore Roosevelt

If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn't sit for a month.
-Theodore Roosevelt

A man who is good enough to shed his blood for the country is good enough to be given a square deal afterwards.
-Theodore Roosevelt

I noticed something

In a few of my posts, and some comments, there are a few things that are hyperlinked, that I did not create. Please do not support these random links on my posts. My hyperlinks will always be yellow. I am not sure, but it may have something to do with some crappy spyware on my system. Grr. I am working to get it all remedied. Thanks for not supporting the crappy spyware links.


Daily Quote

Only the dead have seen the end of war.

Movie night a success

I want to thank everyone who came to my movie night last night. It was Awesome! The car chases, and combat were of unmatched quality, and the company was better than that. Thank you all, and I look forward to when we can do it again.



Now, I know it is like telling someone not to look at the light when they are welding, you just gotta peek.

DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES GO TO THIS WEBSITE!!!! Unless you are a curious individual. But be warned, it is deeply disturbing, even to me. That should tell you something


Seriously, please do not go to this site. I only put it up here to warn off everyone.

Daily quote

...It is as hard to do your duty when men are sneering at you as when they are shooting at you.
-Woodrow Wilson


Daily Quote

Men are generally idle, and ready to satisfy themselves, and intimidate the industry of others, by calling that impossible which is only difficult.
-Samuel Johnson


Okay, so I am a whore now

Alright, I did it.

I put up those ad banners on my blog. A whole ton of people have to click on the ads in order for me to actually get anything out of it. If you don't like them on the site, let me know and I will drop them.

Am I the only one annoyed by this?

I gotta tell ya,

Why is it that there are certain groups or types of people, who insist on divulging information to me that I could care less about. Moreover, I would rather not hear at all, and find it annoying when said information is given. The people/groups I am talking about are as follows:

Californians; It never fails, no matter how brief your conversation with most Californians, they always have to bring up the fact that they are from California. I mean a complete stranger struck up a conversation with me in a checkstand at the grocery store. The encounter lasted no more than three minutes, and I found out that the shmuck was from California, and that apparently, jalapenos are fresher there. (Really?)

Mormons; The majority of these people are so self-conscious about their whack-job religion, that the only way they can feel good is if they run around converting people. They remind me of the purple smurfs. Keep your LDS off my body!

Addicts; I didn't call them recovering addicts, because they are still addicts. Only now they are addicted to telling everyone who will listen that they are clean and sober. WHO CARES!? Fantastic, now that you got your crap together, go get a real job and start being a productive member of society. Stop telling me that you were a homeless crackhead. I don't care that 2 years ago you were eating out of a dumpster, but now you are clean for however many days. I wonder how much your recover cost the taxpayers?

Another group of people, have no defining characteristic, other than the fact that they are all just A-Holes. The ones who always have a damn comment about any given topic. It is usually inaccurate at best, and insulting or unbearably annoying at worst. These are the people who when in a group if they start talking, most everyone either leaves, or just have uncomfortable looks on their faces. Of course it is inevitable that they will start talking, because they can't help but show the whole world how ignorant they are.

I guess there is no point in being stupid if you don't let everybody know.

Daily Quote

I want to say that I am sorry to all of my devoted fans out there, I got really busy, and forgot to put up a daily quote yesterday. So here are two for today.

You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
-Henry Ford

What's another word for Thesaurus?
-Steven Wright


What the hell is wrong with me?

So I was sitting in the living room tonight. I had just finished timing all of the chase scenes for Friday's movie marathon, (By the way, there are about 9 chases, and it comes in at exactly one hour) and I flipped on the cable. On the IFC, they were playing the widescreen version of The Usual Suspects when I just started surfing around. I landed on I think TBS (Not worthy of a hyperlink) and they were showing Blue Crush. It had just started, and I was hoping to see something in the first 30 seconds that would help me shy away from this film. No such luck. Part of the reason (to my defense) that I turned off of Usual Suspects, is because it was just right at the scene where they attack the ship to kill the guy. A film like that truly should be watched from the beginning. Anyway, back to the crapastic movie at hand. I had assumed that this would be a Fast and Furious (also not worthy of a hyperlink) version of a decent surfing movie. Actually I am not sure that there is one. About the closest I can come up with, is Point Break, which has more than just surfing.

Blue Crush was actually better than I expected. Now for those of you about to criticize me for watching and enjoying the mediocrity of it, I didn't say that it was a good movie, I just said it was better than I expected. The chicks in it were attractive, and it followed your average athlete girl strife, where "she is a struggling this or that, and then a great guy comes along and messes it up, but in the end, he is actually supportive, as she goes out and does the best she can." The Chick didn't place first in the surfing competition, and the guy did come back for her, and she got the Billabong sponsorship.

I certainly wasn't expecting a good film here, so why the hell did I stop watching what is arguably a film classic (The best unreliable storyteller flick I have ever seen.) for a trendy, poorly filmed, badly acted and directed movie about surfer girls? Who knows, I knew right out of the gate, I would not be seeing any real skin, profanity, violence, or any of the other stuff that usually makes this tripe bearable. It must have been something to do with insisting on watching every movie, bad or good, so that I can be a true aficionado. Yeah, that's the ticket.


Daily Quote

God does not need to receive, but humans need to give.


Why 2 Baja Chicken soft tacos, an Enchirito, a bean burrito, and Nachos supreme mixed with about 9 cokes is a bad idea.

After telling Ted this story on the phone, he thought I should post this so that no one else makes the same mistakes as me.

OK, Yesterday I had Chili for lunch, and two cokes. No biggie, that is a pretty standard meal, right? At about 7:30 last night I got back home with my Taco Bell order. I had two baja chicken soft tacos, an enchirito, a bean burrito, and nachos supreme. Throughout the course of the evening, I probably had 9 cokes from about 5pm till 130am when I retired. (Because I had to get up at 5 to pull a 12 hour shift as the EMT at the fire station.) Now, Matt was with me last night, and while his menu choices weren't as varied, they were apparently more potent. It wasn't an hour after he had finished eating that he had to rush to my bathroom to, as he put it "Do a very bad thing" For the rest of the evening, about every 10 minutes, Matt did something that smelled like a cross between a pit toilet and roadkill. He finally left at about 1030, because he said he was going to do something even worse in the bathroom than before and didn't think it was right to use my bathroom. Ted can attest to this conversation, because he was playing XB-live with us.

My "Fire down below" didn't rear its ugly head until I went to bed. I became what I was calling "Gassy" from hideous burps to noxious flatulence, I didn't get to sleep until well after 3am. I woke myself up at about 430 with a nice case of acid reflux, so bad in fact, that I was the lucky recipient of a mouthful of really bad stomach acid. Ugh! I staggered out to the kitchen thinking back to 6th grade science, where Mr. Woelk showed us that Milk was a base. That's it, pure white milk cures all!! DAMN!!! There was about a shot glass worth of milk in the jug. Of course, I was probably the one responsible for that. Stupid Karma. SO instead devoured about 6 tums. MMM, Tropical flavors. I pretty much just stayed up after that and got ready for duty. Waited until I got to the station and slept for a few hours in a recliner. MY stomach was still making weird bubbly noises when I decided to take another nap at 1pm. So for at least 12 hours, I was suffering a "Montezuma's Revenge-esque" Disaster caused by about 35 seconds of indiscretion at the Taco Bell counter.

It is now 1045PM, and I can say that the roast with mashed taters and gravy with a big glass of milk was the perfect dinner. One more big glass of milk before bed, and I should be good to go for tomorrow. Maybe I will have Mexican for lunch. Oh yeah, that reminds me, I need to get another 12 pack of coke. Or, as I like to call it, "My cracklin black mistress."

Daily Quote

" When you come to a fork in the road....Take it "
-Yogi Berra


Daily Quote

The most common elements in the Universe are Hydrogen and Stupidity.

- Unknown


I need some input

OK, So I have to write a ten minute play by the end of this term for my writing 243 class. I have a few ideas floating around, but I need some input from all of you out there as to which one sounds better. Or perhaps, something I am missing all together. So here are my ideas:

Two friends sitting in a foxhole, the night before the enemy will most certainly overrun them. They will probably be dead or captured within the next 24 hours, so they have to mentally prepare for that.

Two brothers, who aren't very close, have to travel across the country in a car together to pick up their recently deceased father's possessions. They dislike their dad, and as the trip progresses, they come to realize that he was a good man, and they are who they are because of him.

A standard issue guy gets dumped, and his friend tries to help him through it. His misery dwells on all of the wonderful things they had together. It takes his long-time single and rather cynical friend to show him that the good was miniscule compared to the bad. By the end, he realizes that she really was a bitch, and that he is better off without her. This could be a comedy.

I have some really rough ideas about several other things. Like an interrogation series between a cop and a wrongfully accused suspect. (yawn)

Two teenagers walking home from school witness a murder, then struggle about how to tell the cops without getting killed themselves.

Something like a 30 year old used car salesman has to come to grips with the fact that he is a dreadful loser.

A fairly oblivious guy gets told by his girlfriend that she is a lesbian. (could also be a comedy)

OK, so those are several of the ideas that I have been fielding. The first two are the ones that I think would be easiest for me to come up with. But they could both also easily run past ten minutes.

So send me your input!

Daily Quote

OK, I am going to start putting up a daily quote. Please send me feedback as to whether this is a cool feature.

Quote: On Management - employees work just hard enough to not get fired, and managers pay just enough to keep them from quitting.

So I was in my Writing class this afternoon. . .

I really hate these activities. You know the type. Stupid "Lets get to know each other" activities. The first game we play, is moving the desks to the outside, and sitting in a what I call, therapy circle, and start by the teacher (not professor or Doctor) saying his name, then the next person saying the name of everyone in the circle before saying their own name. Of course, I am sitting towards the opposite side of the circle from where they start. So I have to remember and relay about twelve other people's name, the majority of whom, I will never see after this class, let alone care what their name is an hour after class. The very last person in line is this guy who is about 35. He has a nickname. He missed every single name in the room but about 3. His excuse as he laughed like the idiot that he was, was that he smoked a lot of pot in high school. His nickname, which I can only assume is self-given, is Loop. Good Lord I think to myself. It is going to be a long term.The next group activity (minus the "hi my name is" tags) is to stand up say our name and where we were born, then tell a story rich with images, about an event in our past. Then a story about something that happened today. You can imagine how well this was going to go. So everyone takes their turn, and it is pretty excrutiating. The nursing students are telling stories about a person close who died, and supporting each other. The only two stories of notable mention were actually pretty funny, not the stories themselves, but the circumstances in which they were relayed. A kid about 18 stands up and describes a trip on shrooms that he has recently taken, as if we are supposed to be fascinated by this idiots experimentation with hallucinogens. He sits back down with a semi-tough look on his face as the elderly gentleman wearing a Rent-A-Center racing hat heads for the front of the room. His story is that of being a narcotics detective in Chicago. Numnut shroom muncher next to me is hanging his head now, his tough guy facade all blown to hell, now he just looks like another doper idiot. People who glamorize drug use push me right to the edge.The very last person to go was a shy, somewhat attractive girl, who was trying real hard not to have to endure this torture by going last. Her story was one of her stuffed raccoon getting thrown into the Grand Canyon by her brother as a kid. The very first thing I thought of was Jerky. But this is a story for later. I hate Community College.

Let the Sagas begin!

OK, This is my first posting in this, or any blog, so I hope the tripe I spew about here is to your liking. I will try to get at least one post per week about something, but if I don't, you're just going to have to pound sand. I have a few ideas about some stories, and also will probably be using this as something of a sounding board for homework for my writing class.