Saturday, 30 July 2005


I feel like I have been cheating on my blogspot by journaling on my buzznet and hoo boy I just be tired cuz my pet peeve is "journaling"...journal as verb. cuz it reminds me of my psycho therapy days and what a dumb sentence anyway here is what I said ..... on buzznet. just cuz. just for scuzz. just cuz I love copy and paste what a genius thing aren't computers kind of warm and fuzzy? know what I am having panic attack breathing tonight and it is not even me who should be panicking (long story) anyways(maybe time for more psychotherapy):

99 problems but a bitch ain't one....
Sorry I just love that title, it makes me laugh for no apparent reason so I thought I would steal it. Cuz I need a giggle.

I miss San very much! I hate it here. Well, I love my job, which is weird for me. But I don't know anyone except my sister and I am fast realizing that I don't relate to her at all so I feel kind of isolated for the moment. And there is not a whole lot to do around here either.

Yesterday I went out to lunch alone, and brought a book. I have done this a million times and it is no big deal. But yesterday I walked in, and the hostess goes "table for two?" even though I was alone. So I told her one, and she looked at me funny. Then last night I went to the movies just to get out of the house, and asked for one ticket and the gal at the ticket counter goes "two?", one. One dammit! So then I felt like a lame-o. Truth be told, I kinda like being alone at a movie. There are very few people I am compatable with movie theater-wise. My sister Ena is good. My Dad was good. My friend Cora from high school was good. My mom is okay but she makes me nervous cuz she bites her nails the entire time. My sister that I live with talks aloud...that I can't stand. My last boyfriend was a chain smoker so in the movie theater he would fidget the entire time. I have no idea why I am rambling on an on about this...but I gotta get ready for work. Oh yeah, I saw War of the Worlds, even though I hate Tom Cruise. It was pretty good, it made me want to watch the old one again...there were similar parts but then I haven't seen that one in years. It was scary...probably more so cuz loud noises freak me out and it is always louder in a movie theater...Actually the scariest bit was Tom Cruises acapella rendition of Lil Deuce Coupe heheh.

Could Cooter be Cuter?

Heheh I was just reading Ben Jones of the show Dukes of Hazzard's opinion of the new movie...go Cooter go Cooter go! I liked that show a lot when I was a little girl and can I just say...Jessica Simpson? ech! The movie looks crappy. Trust Cooter on this one I also in the previews etc where is Roscoe? Roscoe was like my favorite character on that show the great big is the guy that J. Simp says "something bounced up in my undercarriage" to?!? if so, then where is Flash the cute lil doggie??!?!?!? piss on that.

Tomorrow I am going to see my nephews band...tomorrow night that is and tomorrow day I think I may well see Mr and Mrs Smith.... I was previewed out on that (meaning I saw the preview toooo much) but I keep hearing how good it is and also...Vince Vaughn...I never knew I liked that guy til the Wedding Crashers...alrighty kinda cute. Also I want to see that penguin documentary...what is it about nature docs that get me all teary eyed? I am sappy. I am seeing movies like a mad movie-seein' mamasita but I guess it's just cuz there ain't a darn thing to do around here. Well anyway my nephew's show should be fun and I will get some pictures if I can. My sister says (of his band) they changed their style. How is that? i asked. They stopped screaming she replied. huh?? Apparently they were a style called screamo, which was an offshoot of something called emo, which just proves I am getting old cuz I dunno WTF any of that means.

Tuesday, 26 July 2005

Lipsmackin' Thirstquenchin' Acetastin' Motivatin' Goodbuzzin' Cooltalkin' Highwalkin' Fastlivin' Evergivin' Coolfizzin' Big Steaming Pile Of Crap.

Tuesday, 19 July 2005

What Dumbass Said The Following....?

Yep, you guessed it, Mr Tom Cruise the dumbass of the year. More at

I never liked that guy and now he irritates me even more.

But enough about him.

Work was kinda fun, we are learning to process film. It is both more and less involved than I imagined, if that makes any sense. I was a bit annoyed at the one manager yesterday...she says to me (during the training) "You're so quiet". And that's a problem because??? I am trying to pay attention and learn. Shit! I didn't get that gene that a lot of chicks have that causes them to talk incessantly about themselves all hours of the day. I think my oldest sister got mine, an extra one. She never shuts up about herself and in fact she doesn't listen to anyone else. Me I just blog about myself heheh. They're coming to take me away, hahah, me and Tom Cruise. "Ding-dong, there's the doorbell. Hello, man in white. He's gonna make you all well, get you through the night"- Nellie McKay. Only if it doesn't involve psychiatric drugs, says Tom. Ya know, I am kind of down on psychiatric drugs myself (except perhaps Valium hee hee) but who am I to criticize anybody else about their choices. (Except of course Tom Cruise and my oldest sister. Okay, so I am a total fucking hypocrite. LOL)

Monday, 11 July 2005

Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting

We went dancing at this place Saturday night and holy schnikes I have never seen such a wide variety of people. Of various ages and styles. From cowboy hats to bouffants to mullets and everything in between. Ages from 20's to 70's. I swing danced with this lil fella, I would have said he was 65 but knowing my mom is 62 and the Rolling Stones are in their sixties, this fella must have been 75 if he was a day. But he still had the moves. It was fun. My sister was too much into looking seriously for a guy she would be interested in dating though, and that got sort of annoying. If I am going out dancing I can't see it as anything else but for a laugh. Cuz in order to dance in front of people I have to be a bit drunk, wel rather drunk really, and who wants to meet anyone seriously like that?

Thursday, 7 July 2005

Terrorist Attack in London

Link to UK Blogs

I'm so terribly sorry to hear it, London is my favorite city in the world. My heart goes out to everyone affected by the attacks today. Another reminder of what a scary world we all live in.

Saturday, 2 July 2005

Beware the Giggle Loop!

Coupling is one of my very favorite shows, and I was reminded of the giggle loop yesterday...the giggle loop is, to quote the character Jeff: "You are surrounded by people for a moment of silence when the Giggle Loop begins... Suddenly out of nowhere this thought comes into your head: the worst thing I could possibly do during a minute's silence is laugh. And as soon as you think that you almost do laugh -- automatic reaction. But you don't, you control yourself, you're fine. Whew."

"But then you think how terrible it would have been if you laughed out loud in the middle of a minutes silence. And so you nearly do again, only this time it's a bigger laugh. And then you think how awful this bigger laugh would have been. And so you nearly laugh again, only this time it's a very big laugh, it is an enormous laugh. Let this bastard out, and you get whiplash. And suddenly you are in the middle of this completely silent room and your shoulders are going like you are drilling the road. And what do you think of this situation? Oh dear Christ, you think it's funny!"

I was at orientation for my new job, we had to watch these horrible training videos, I was surrounded by eighteen year old boys...a video on safety showed a man who had lost an eye during the course of a days work at this chain store. That's not funny. But we had been sitting in this room for hours not talking. How inappropriate to laugh at the poor man who lost his eye at work. The Giggle Loop was a lady describing climbing up to get something a shelf, she gestured with her hand...she was missing a finger. That's really not funny...I thought I was going to crack up. It was a little like what happens to me in church. I was biting the inside of my lip...trying not to laugh. Then there was a silly and poorly acted dramatization of someone falling and hitting their head. It was not real, so blessed relief. Everyone laughed. A bit too hard. The Giggle Loop caught us all!