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Her pussy exploded
October 31, 2004: I had to get your attention, didn't I? It had been getting somewhat boring around here. So what the hell am I talking about? Childbirth, naturally. Or at least how Margaret Cho described it in her latest DVD, which is bloody hilarious. She was talking about how she was so enrapt in the miracle of childbirth when her friend wanted her in the delivery room and all of a sudden, her friend's pussy exploded!!!! And yes, she reenacts her reaction to it. It's awesome. Disgusting. And hilarious!
So is everyone ready for my birthday? I'm certainly not. And I discovered last week, fortunately when I did, that my flight leaves the morning of my birthday and NOT the evening, which I had for some reason stuck in my head. I don't know why. All I know is, I would have been PISSED if I had not discovered my stupidity until too late. So I'll be flying pretty much all of my birthday. But hey, that's cool, I won't be at work at least for it and possibly getting pissed off. I'm sorta nervous about going all that way by myself now, but I just gotta go with the flow and see what happens. I have an idea of what I want to see and do, but I looked online and it looks like it's going to rain most of the time I'm there, so I bought a cool new rain jacket as well as some other new clothes so I'd be comfortable and styling. I can't believe I'm going to Berlin!!!! Here's a link to where I'll be staying. There's a freakin' ginormous aquarium in the middle of the hotel. Cool.
This weekend I ended up doing not much, but I did get to go shopping as I mentioned, and in addition to clothes, I bought the latest Grand Theft Auto game, San Andreas. It's pretty amazing. I wonder if actual gang members play it and say it is authentic. Whatever, it's a pretty addicting game, much like the others were, and I hope to unlock the 'Las Vegas' and 'San Francisco' areas soon. I also went gambling, or should I say, withdrawing money and putting it in Sams Town's pocket without a fight. Whatever, I had to balance out the karma scales for not losing money the whole time I was gone in Alabama. AT least that's what I tell myself so I can sleep at night. ;-)
Well, two days of work to get through and then I'm outtie.
Ready for takeoff
October 28, 2004: Yep, definitely ready to go on vacation. But I must admit that work has not been all that miserable this week. It's had its low points and its highs, but nothing too bad.
So have you ever eaten the cereal Total? Not too bad, and it seems to have a ton of the vitamins any normal person needs. Well, I bought both the regular ol' Total and also got hoodwinked into buying the Total: Protein brand. NEVER eat this cereal. I still don't know what to do with the box I have left. Imagine that you've just ripped up a box of cereal - yes, the box. And then you threw the pieces into nonfat milk and started chowing down. That's exactly what it tastes like. It's horrible. So if you want Total, eat the regular stuff. Avoid Protein Total. Ugh.
So Sgt Jenny let me borrow some DVDs this past week. Highly Recommended by me: Saved! and Rules of Attraction. Disturbing but Interesting anyways: Thirteen. Thirteen makes you remember junior high and I had to say, even though I didn't like 7th grade at all, geez louise, I don't remember it being anything like Thirteen. But then again, that was 15 years ago. Wow. Definitely makes you reconsider the whole having a child thing. Or at least hopefully clues parents in to the fact that your kids will do crazy-ass things if you don't pay attention to them.
Anyways, I will be picking up some new clothes this weekend as well as starting my 3rd-to-last class at University of Phoenix. This and the next one are focused on Networks, which is awesome for me, as that is pretty much what I do, plus it is what I like to work with as a hobby and at work. And hearing the amazing prices people charge for doing network installs....I could be rich!!!!!!!!!!! Schofield's wife told us about how her office hired a guy to set up a little tiny network in their office for $2K. TWO THOUSAND dollars. Unreal. I'm going to start charging whenever I give advice now. $50/minute. Sounds fair. But back to the clothes. Yep, gotta look presentable in Berlin. I can't believe I'll be there in a week!!!! If any of you out there want something from there, let me know soon and I'll pick it up.
Alright, Survivor's on, and I'm giving it a shot to be interesting. Here
Happy Birthday to Mom
October 25, 2004: Mom's birthday was yesterday, and we had a good ol' time. On Saturday, I did get to go see that show, We Will Rock You. Incredible. It was a good story and had very talented singers in the company. Definitely had to go and play my Queen CDs the next day. And you know what, afterwards, I didn't gamble!!!! I haven't actually gambled since I've been back from Montgomery. And I have money to do stuff with still. I guess that equation DOES make sense. Anyways, the next day, I got my apartment back together and looking nice. Also, I have now become a convert to the wonders of Oxy Clean. I mixed up some into some water and used it on my carpet, and it's unreal. No stain. At all. Amazing. So, where was I? Oh, the next evening, we went to Benihana Village in the Las Vegas Hilton. It was great. I haven't been to one of those style restaurants I think since my first time to Montgomery for ABC. The food is absolutely amazing, and the hot sake was outstanding too!!! Here are some pictures below:
Anyways, I had a great time this weekend. Unfortunately, I had to go to work today. Do I sound bitter? Of course. But it wasn't just my bad mood. My coworker Porsche had some extremely heartbreaking news and she will be gone the rest of the week to deal with it. It just was sad to see someone who's usually so happy so down. Just keep her in your prayers and thoughts, she'll need them.
Oh, and I met my newest boss this morning. He's in charge of the Det
1, 53 CSS, and he seems pretty cool. So that's a step in the right direction,
eh? Well, I should continue to veg in front of my DVR recorded goodness.
You know what, I actually enjoy the Joey show. I like his character and
I really like Drea de Matteo's Gina character. They've done pretty good
so far with it. I'm very surprised.
All you need's a cot and some sleep!
October 22, 2004: Much like Robbie, I haven't updated my site in nearly a month. Apathetic? Always. Busy? Pretty much. Afraid of having to spend hours updating after missing nearly a month's worth of stuff? Definitely. But I've decided, whatever, step by step, I'll get my site back on track. And so it has been said, so it shall be.
So there we were at Big Dog's, our new favorite lunchtime restaurant. Our new favorite waitress, Becca, had sat down with us because it was past the lunch time rush and was talking about how busy she's been, with having to go work 5 days a week and school 3 days a week. She's just exhausted. Well, I pipe up and say that all she needs now is a cot and some sleep. Now it's your turn to say that aloud, and pray tell, what does that also sound like? Yes. Precisely. Sgt Jenny first says "Did you just say what I think you said, because I could have sworn you said....", which the waitress also thinks I said. Fortunately, everyone got a great laugh out of this, because it could have been awkward otherwise. And that pretty much was the funny highlight of the week back to work for me. Because otherwise, I have learned once again that the grass is ALWAYS greener on the other side. I couldn't wait to come back here from SOS, and I remember at one point being glad to be away because I didn't have to deal with all the crap. Apparently I forgot all that as SOS ended, because I just couldn't wait to be back. And on some levels, I still am glad to be back - my own apartment, my tv, my car, my neighborhood, cool coworkers (for the most part)....but the job. Dear Lord. It is unbelievable. Starting from day one, I was getting bitched and moaned at by anyone I crossed paths with. It was the rare person who actually said welcome back before needing something from me...rather, demanding something from me. And apparently if I don't jump fast enough, they feel compelled, as their social duty, to complain to my bosses, in staff meetings, whoever will listen. THESE PEOPLE ARE ALL A BUNCH OF FUCKHEADS. That's right, I said it. This past Thursday, in our AP staff meeting, some fuckass contractor actually had the nerve to claim he was more important than anyone else in the two squadrons we work with and that it was bullshit that his computer wasn't worked on immediately. Un-fucking-real. I immediately pointed out that he was fooling himself if he actually and truly thought he was more important than everyone else, because everyone in this squadron believes they're the most important. And our wonderful Comm Squadron has also added to the frustration, as they're pushing mandatory patches to all the computers on base, and if it doesn't take, which is generally most of the time, then we have to go to each computer and make it work. Joy.
So that's enough about work. The week is over. I survived, and I can look forward to making each day better than the last (not the next, like one of those quotes you read: Every day is better than the next). I'd love to talk about SOS, but I'm going to save it for a dedicated SOS story/photo page. That will be done this weekend, time willing. All in all though, I had a great time. I will admit to a LITTLE brainwashing, but the environment was fantastic. My flight was fantastic, and I was privileged to have been with them. We ended up #3 of 30, which is awesome. My flight home was interesting as well! But alas, you will have to wait for that story and others, as I want to save that good stuff for the page.
What else has been going on since returning? Well, Mom and Harv are in town this weekend to celebrate mi madre's birthday on Sunday. Saturday we're going to see "We Will Rock You" at the Paris, which is to Queen music like Mamma Mia is to ABBA music. Should be good. Then on Sunday, Mom wanted to go to Benihana, so I got us reservations at the Benihana in the Las Vegas Hilton. Cool. I have been slowly getting my apartment back in order, and also got my travel package for my Berlin trip next month. SWEET. That should be a great time. In the computer and video games front, I finally got to play the Sims 2. Awesomely cool.
So have you been watching Survivor this season? I wasn't too good about watching the first few episodes, and now that I've been watching since coming back, I will admit to being underwhelmed. I think Survivor is starting to.....get tired. The challenges are all starting to look similar (although this past water immunity challenge looked like an ass-kicker if I ever saw one), but you wouldn't care too much if the contestants were worth rooting for. I really don't like any of these contestants.....well, to be honest, the Yasur tribe is just annoying as hell. We don't see as much of the Lopevis because they don't lose, and Survivor always shows more of the losers. So I'm not going to do the Hobie Survivor page this season, because it's just too late to start one and I don't really care. I'm going to watch still, because I know that it gets better when there's fewer contestants. The show that I'm really jazzed about is Lost. That show is incredible. And it's in HD, which I get, and wow. It's beautiful to watch in HD. I read that Robbie finally got a big screen AND HD too. Welcome to the real world, my friend, welcome to the real world. It's near impossible thinking about ever going back to a small TV or non-HD when it's available. CSI in HD, especially the Vegas version, is jawdropping. Thursday nights on TV just rock!!!!
Anyways, I was supposed to go to the Hofbrauhaus tonight, but that kinda fell through. But the plan is for next Friday. We have to go during Oktoberfest!!!
Well, that's enough for now. I'm not nearly as eloquent as my friend
Rodent Lover, nor as exciting. But I sure do have rage though!!!! :-)