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Archive for February, 2008

Disney Princesses Show Their True Colors

Friday, February 22nd, 2008

If they’re not busy being rescued by their princes, or hard at work defying the social norm (which is awesome), the princesses of Disney prefer chilling out and…


Looks like Sleeping Beauty is noogieing the tar out of Alice.

I wonder how their guys look in a group picture… hmmm.

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No Pun Intended

Thursday, February 21st, 2008

I was visiting this forum yesterday because a co-worker of mine sent the link to me. This just confirms that humans have nothing to do. Good times though.

The original poster puts THIS at the top of the thread:

"A HUSBAND who used an electrical cord to stimulate his wife during a night of "bizarre love-making" allegedly gave her a deadly shock."

Here comes the best part: The subsequent replies to this post were composed of FANTASTIC puns. I couldn’t even begin to comprehend the awesomeness of this thread.

"This news report is shocking."

"But the atmosphere in the thread is electric."

"I’m amped up to try this tonight."

"I’m sure it’ll bring a welcome spark into the bedroom."

Of course, there are some who flat out ruins the fun:

"I bet she found that unBEARable"

Read how they responded to such nincompoopery:

"You ruined it. Don’t post again until you can continue a pun circuit."

Anyway, moving on:

"That’s why women shouldn’t take charge in the bedroom."

"The fact that you guys are making jokes about this tragedy is downright revolting."

"It’s all elementary my dear Wattson" <– response to the top one

"This story is pretty current."

"I think that they should have used a transformer to step down the voltage using inductively-coupled circuits so that the woman wouldn’t have gotten electrocuted to death."

"When I generated this thread I had no idea that the responses would be so electrifying."

"Is anyone else turned on by this?"

OHMg this is too much for me… if you want to see the entire thread, click here

Batman: Gotham Knight

Wednesday, February 20th, 2008

Went to superherohype to get my weekly helping of super hero movies. My heart stopped when I saw this:

I love Animatrix… so… Batman + Animatrix = WIN.

I loved how the producers gave creative freedom over the animators when it comes to how they see Batman artistically. I loved the one portrayal of Batman with the hmmm… popped-up collar. Totally SPAZZ moment. 

It’s a great idea to bridge Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, in my opinion, because it’s nice to see what Batman’s been up to. Looks like Scarecrow’s back… hmm… I wonder what happened to him after Batman Begins.

Anyway, there’s no word yet on the release date. I’ll keep you posted.

Men & Women

Monday, February 18th, 2008


Men flip around the television more than women, I think. Men get that remote control in their hands, they don’t even know what the he they’re watching. You know, we just keep going.

"Rerun, don’t wanna watch it.. "

"What are you watching?"

"I don’t care, I gotta keep going."

"Who was that?"

"I don’t know what it was - doesn’t matter, it’s not your fault. It doesn’t matter, I gotta keep going."

Women don’t do this. See now, women will stop and go,

"Well, let me see what the show is before I change the channel."

You see? Men just fly. That’s why we watch TV differently. Before there was flipping around, before there was television, kings and emperors and pharaohs and such had story-tellers that would tell them stories ’cause that was their entertainment. I always wonder, in that era, if they would get, like, thirty story-tellers together so they could still flip around. Just go,

"Alright start telling me a story, what’s happening? I don’t want to hear anymore. Shut up. Go to the next guy. What are you talking about? Is there a girl in that story? ..No? Shut up. Go to the next guy. What do you got? I don’t want to hear that either. Shut up. No, go ahead, what are you talking about?.. I don’t want to hear that. No, the all of you, get out of here. I’m going to bed."

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A world without lawyers

Friday, February 15th, 2008

What are lawyers, really? To me, a lawyer is basically the person that knows the rules of the country. We’re all throwing the dice, playing the game, moving our pieces around the board, but if there’s a problem, the lawyer is the only person that has read the inside of the top of the box.

I think one of the fun things for them is to say, "objection."

"Objection! Objection, your Honor."

Objection, of course, is the adult version of, "’fraid not." To to which the judge can say two things, he can say, "overruled" which is the adult version of "’fraid so," or he could say, "sustained," which is the adult version of "Duh."


Lionel Hutz… the lawyer clutz.

Skeletor Found

Thursday, February 14th, 2008




Contact me.

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Kokey Spotted

Thursday, February 14th, 2008

I hate Kokey.



If anyone is looking for a missing Kokey, contact me.

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Looking Back

Tuesday, February 12th, 2008

Was rummaging through my stack of papers from college and found something WORTH reading: a paper for my Theology class, June 27, 2006.

At age 20, you’ve supposedly just squeaked by the awkward stage of adolescence, where you search long and hard for that identity you never seemed to have. You’ve graduated grade school and high school, where you learn about Science, Math, Civics and Culture, and of course, Christian Living. You now know what “peer pressure” is, not because of your D.A.R.E. classes, but from actual experience. You’ve tried to love and probably lost it, and in turn, you keep trying to get Love figured out (the sad thing is, I think I’ll never know true love… but that’s another story). You’ve questioned what or who God is several times over and of course, the inevitable search for the meaning of life. Heck, you’ve probably lost your faith in the process. I have.

I’ve done all of this of course. All my years growing up have taught me all sorts of lessons. My perception of what’s right and wrong has modified itself too many times over. I’ve learned that there are so many incidents in life where circumstance dictates what’s right and wrong. Many situations are relative, and the line between right and wrong grows thinner by the day. Before you know it, you don’t even know where the line is. Even my perception of God is cloudy. To me, God is that Supreme Being, the Universal Spirit that is the sole purpose for everything that occurs. He comes in several names: Christ, Buddha, Brahma, etc. I think what all beliefs have in common is Love. God is LOVE.

I’d like to think I am spiritual, but I am not so religious. I am not a very devout Catholic. Honestly, I hardly pray at night. The only religious thing I am still doing is living a good life. I hardly attend confession and I haven’t opened the Bible in a very long time. I also do not believe that one will go to hell if he does not believe in Jesus Christ, because I believe in the natural goodness of people. I believe that a person can still be a good person even if he does not attend mass on Sundays, or if he doesn’t open the Bible. I’ve learned that there are 3 relationships you juggle in life: one with God, with others, and yourself. I’ve been focusing more on the latter two; I have yet to find a solid relationship with God.

Although my relationship with God is quite vague, I do have my personal convictions, and these beliefs are what I have stood for, and what guides my decisions.

  • I believe in TRUTH and HONESTY above all others. I try my best to avoid lying. I believe that the need to lie simply means there is something wrong with your relationship with that person. I try not to give myself any reason to lie to people. Goodness is Truthful, because we are naturally inclined toward the good. Everything follows from there.
  • I believe in doing things that make me GROW as a person. I believe in developing talents and skills, and making the most out of every situation.
  • I believe that it is good to stand back and reflect about things, to not always be swayed by the flowing river of modern living.
  • It is absolutely necessary to respect every person, no matter how incredibly annoying, or vile he/she is. The key word is TRY.
  • I have no right to complain about my life, for I try to keep in mind that there are millions of people who have it a lot worse.

Oh, I’ve changed… however my convictions are still standing strong. My faith, on the other hand,  has been reinvigorated. I don’t feel invincible anymore… which is good.

Ante up.

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Clowning Around

Monday, February 11th, 2008

The hardest part about being a clown, it seems to me, would be that you’re constantly referred to as a clown.

"Who was that clown?"

"I’m not working with that clown, did you hire that clown?"

"The guy’s a clown!"

"All he can do is clown around, he’s a nobody!"

How do you even start into being a clown? How do you know that you want to be a clown? Well, I guess you get to a point where you’re pants look so bad, it’s actually easier to become a clown than having the proper alterations done. Because if you think about it, a clown, if there isn’t a circus around them, is really just a very annoying person. You’re in the back seat of this guy’s Beetle and you go, "What, you’re picking somebody else up? Oh man! There’s 16 of us here already!"


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Guild Wars <3

Friday, February 8th, 2008

I jumped from World of Warcraft to Guild Wars? You want to know why? Read on.