Monday, January 31, 2005

coming back to the heart of worship

When the music fades
And all is stripped away
And I simply come
Longing just to bring
Something that’s of worth
That will bless your heart

I’ll bring you more than a song
For a song in itself
Is not what you have required
You search much deeper within
Through the way things appear
You’re looking into my heart

I’m coming back to the heart of worship
And it’s all about you
All about you Jesus
I’m sorry Lord for the thing I’ve made it
And it’s all about you
All about you Jesus

~Matt Redman

Sometimes I think that we forget what worship really is. We kind of confine it to a short little happy time of songs on Sunday, and we have had a good “worship experience” when we get this emotional high. I am pretty sure that is not what it is. I do think that music can be a big part of worship, but we are supposed to always be worshipping, no matter what we do. We get too caught up in I don’t like the music because it’s too traditional, or I don’t like it because I didn’t hear the organ enough, or I just plain don’t like music. How about we take all the music away? Can you still worship God? Some people may not think so, but it is important that we don’t mix our emotional feelings with what worship is. Sure, the emotional is good, but is not really what worship is. Where does all this come from you ask? Well, I went to mass on Sunday. This was the first mass I ever went to. Actually, it was the first time I have been to a liturgical church. It was awesome. On a side note, I could now see where A New Kind of Christian was coming from when it said that there probably would be a longing to go back to liturgy, saints, holy days, and tradition in the post modern church. Now back to music. The music was definitely not what I would call “my ideal worship music,” but that was ok. It actually hit me kind of hard to actually get a good grasp on the fact that music isn’t everything. Sometimes I forget that. I kind of want to take a step back and see what happens “when the music fades, and all is stripped away..” It is really nice to take a step back to see what other people do when the come together for a time of corporate worship. I know I will always love the music aspect of worship, and more contemporary music is what I like, but I can get that anywhere. We just need to start utilizing other forms of worship more. Please add to this if you can. I know that there is a lot more to be said.

worship (worth+ship)

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Curiosity killed the cat

This video is absolutely hilarious. I love it. Please note that I do not condone the behavior in the video. It is absolutly awful yet so amazing at the same time. Don't think I am posting this video because of my hatred of cats. True, they are definately not my favorite animal..but I don't wish them to die. The reason why I have a dislike for them is becaue I absolutely can't breath when I am around them. The very great thing about this video is that the good Dr. Redden from Cumberland College is the one who introduced me to it when I went to visit Cumberland last spring. He was the best teacher ever! Alright, enough babbling, watch the stinkin video!


Warning: This video may not be suitable for all audiences :)

Word of the day:

grimalkin : so they wouldn't have a pizzle right?

Friday, January 28, 2005


This is funny...funny...funny... you can take this test, and it will tell you what religion you mostly match up to. I am not sure mine works out for me. I think i would consider myself more of a mainline to liberal Christian, and a lot of people I have read about have been told they match up with the Quakers. Apparantly, I match up pretty closely with the Hindus. The kicker is that I most match up with the Catholics! Wow...imagine that. Some of you may say that the Catholic radio is getting to my head. I think that is kind of cool in a weird sort of way. Oh well, I am so anti-labels on religion that I dont really think it matters what I call myself. I just want to be a freakin' Christian! Nothing else...just a Christian. NO LABELS! Remember Ephesians 4:1-5? I posted on that earlier in a post called "How About Them Apples!" How about one faith??? How about living in unity as Christians?
Disclaimer: I don't think all of these religions are Christian don't freak out that I think it doesn't matter at all what you belief. I do think that it is possible to be a Christian within some of these other religions...but we can talk about that later.

Here are my results:

1. Eastern Orthodox (100%)
2. Roman Catholic (100%)
3. Seventh Day Adventist (99%)
4. Hinduism (97%)
5. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (95%)
6. Orthodox Quaker (95%)
7. Orthodox Judaism (75%)
8. urch of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (69%)
9. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (66%)
10. Islam (65%)
11. Jehovah's Witness (63%)
12. Sikhism (61%)
13. Jainism (59%)
14. Liberal Quakers (53%)
15. Bahá'í Faith (51%)
16.Mahayana Buddhism (51%)
17.Theravada Buddhism (46%)
18.Unitarian Universalism (41%)
19.Reform Judaism (37%)
20.Neo-Pagan (29%)
21.Taoism (28%)
22. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (18%)
23.Nontheist (18%)
24.New Age (18%)
25. New Thought (17%)
26.Scientology (17%)
27. Secular Humanism (13%)

Word of the Day:

Thursday, January 27, 2005

Your pizzle is piffle

At my place of employment, my boss has implemented a "word of the day." We have new big dry erase board, and he puts a word up everyday. We have to look it up, and he would like us to use it in sentences all day. Sometimes the words are pretty funny. Like pizzle. Now pizzle could also mean a whip (as you would see if you clicked on the link to see the definition.) So if you say "I am going to whip you with my pizzle," it is pretty darn funny. Oh what a great job I have! What other place could I be enriching my vocabulary with words like pizzle! Piffle was another word of the day, and I think that using pizzle and piffle in a sentence together sounds cool. It may not make much sense, but it is still fun. Give me some sentences! We could make this vocab class.

A few other things:

I AM GOING TO THE PISTONS/PACERS GAME!!!!!!!! GO PACERS! Oh how I love Scot Pollard! Steve Jackson is back too, so now we almost have the whole fightin' crew. I severly dislike those pistons...especially Ben Wallace...BLAH!

Did Jesus like to dance??

Hmmm...not something I thought about a lot. A friend of mine had a post about how Jesus could have turned the water into wine. It was a great and well thought out explanation, but I am pretty sure that is not how Jesus did it. In my mind he just says..."Hey water! We need some more stuff to drink! Turn to wine!!!," and it was so. It still sounded good, and gives you a good visual. Here is a little piece of the post from Asher's blog :

So now all we need is a static discharge. Sleight of hand doesn't even come into play anymore, because as it was stated, everyone's drunk. Except probably Jesus, I don't think he did that sort of thing. But I'll bet he liked to dance. Something like the moonwalk could build up a static discharge to polarize or electrolyze the water, creating, if only for an instant, hydronium ions (acidic water molecules) and hydroxide ions (basic water molecules).

I would have liked to see Jesus do the moonwalk...that would be super sweet! Still Asher...I don't think your explanation holds up, and I definately don't think that it is beneficial to prove the Bible with science.

Lastly, I am going to implement a "word of the day" for the end of my posts. Usually, it will be the word my boss uses, but today I have no word of the day because I am not at work! I am going to use my own. This is one of my favorite words, but Jonathan wouldn't let me use it as a word of the day because he said it couldnt be used in a sentence over and over. I think it could! It is so fun to say!! So here it goes!

phosphofructokinase OH YEAH!

Tuesday, January 25, 2005

fun websites

I must tell you that is an awesome site. What is it you ask? It is a satirical website aimed at being at being “a good source for Christian news.” The articles that can be found within are quite humorous. The site was actually developed by a man name Joel Kilpatrick. If you in fact did click on his name, you would have found that Joel is actually a Christian man. I think that is what makes this site even more awesome. I wouldn’t think he is being blasphemous. I think he is making a good point, and it is funny! Here are some examples of stories he has written in the past! I encourage you to look at this site! Thank you Tyanna for introducing me to it.

Unusual Looking Man in Choir Sparks Concern - This one is great especially because the guy in the picture has an awesome mullet, and who doesn’t love mullets!

Church Creates Section for Huggy, Touchy Couples – Only married people can sit in this section, right? ;)

College Offers Degree in Pastors Wiving – Finally, place to get your true M.R.S. degree...ha

Hell bound man enjoys Free Church offers – I just like the word hell bound…

There are many other great stories, like the first gay Bible, the cussing preacher, and so on. It is great!

On another note, there is also It is also a great site; however I would say it goes a little over the top most of the time. It does have a store filled with amazing stuff. That makes me laugh, so I highly recommend checking that out. You can get shirts with slightly grotesque Bible verses on them and such the like. But here is just one example of a story you can find, and just from that, you can see the content is quite different, and could be considered offensive by some. I still love it, and thanks again Tyanna!

Pastor Exposes Perverted Cartoon Character: Sponge Bob Square Pants – look at the bottom of the page too; who wouldn’t what a What Would Jesus Do thong?

Monday, January 24, 2005

American Idol

It is absolutely amazing the effect that reality television has on our society. Apparently, some 35 million people tuned in for the premiere of American Idol. Admittedly, I was one of those many. What can I say? That show is a masterpiece. These people wait in line for days to audition to become the next big superstar. They get screened by a few different sets of judges before even seeing Simon, Randy, and Paula. Thank God that they let the absolutely terrible people through, or else nobody would watch. I love it! I loved William Hung last year (for those of you who remember my old voice mail message); for those of you who don't, ask me to sing it someday :). This year, I love "when Adam met Dirk." I loved crazy girl with voices in her head. I loved Tony Braxton's cousin; I loved the girl who tried to sing "Somewhere over the Rainbow." It is amazing. Oh reality T.V., what have you done to us?? It is not only American Idol; I am a hard core Survivor fan! I haven't missed an episode of that since halfway through season 2. Now how sad is that?! Reality T.V. is just addicting. It is a guilty pleasure that some of us at some point or another take part in. We pretend to hate it, but inside we love it, and we hate it that we love it!

Friday, January 21, 2005

Napoleon Dynamite is amazing!!

The movie is absolutely amazing.. This picture is also amazing... what a sweet costume...Gosh! My lips hurt real bad...IDIOT!

girls like guys with skills...

Give me your you think he makes a good Napoleon Dynamite?

Thursday, January 20, 2005

wow..i am sad.

I hijacked this from Matt' blog..I am sure you all are so interested in learning about me! These are actually pretty annoying..but whatever..

Name: Rose Olson
Birthplace: IndianapolisCurrent
Location: Indianapolis
Eye Color: hazel

Hair Color: brown
Righty or Lefty: left handed people rule the world
Height: 5'2"
The clothes you wore today: red hooded sweatshirt and jeans

The shoes you wore today: brown shoes from AE
your fears: I hate staying in houses by myself at night. I am such a baby
-----------------WHAT IS------------------
Your most overused phrase: probably "sweet yo"

Your thoughts first waking up: where is that snooze button?
The first feature you notice in the opposite sex: smile... unless they have curly hair... then it definitely is the hair...
Your best physical feature: I think my smile is kind of cool.
Your bedtime: I wish I could say 10:00 or 11:00... but we all know that’s not true
Your most missed memories:hmm... I have never really thought about this...
Probably spending time with my grandpa…that was always a lot of fun.

-----------------YOU PREFER------------------
Pepsi or coke: I am not a big fan of either. I don’t really like carbonated, caffeinated drinks
McDonald's or Burger King: Burger King
Single or group dates: I think I like single dates... group dates aren’t really dates to me.
Adidas or Nike: adidas...defintely...what kind of soccer player would I be if I didn’t like adidas?Chocolate or vanilla: yet again. I don’t really like either too much. but I guess chocolate...
Cappuccino or coffee: I hate anything with a coffee neither
-------------DO YOU------------------
Smoke: no!!! that would definitely be good on my running.

Cuss: hell no…
Take a shower everyday: That is something you wanted to know...huh?
Brush teeth: oh yeah! At least 3 times a day.

Have a crush(es): orange crushes? Yeah they taste pretty good.
Do you think you've been in love? Yes. Once.
Want to go to college: already did it..but want to go back.
Like high school:! hated it..especially whiteland.
Want to get married: yes!
Type fingers on the right keys? I think..
Get motion sickness: only if I get spun around REALLY fast.
Think you're attractive: oh yeah! I am super hot.. ha.. just kidding..or am I?
Think you're a health freak: nooooo.
Like thunderstorms: YES!!!

Especially on summer nights..
Play an instrument: yeah…the recorder J jk seriously..i love to sing..
------------IN THE PAST MONTH DID/HAVE YOU------------
Gone to the mall: more than I would like.
Eaten sushi: no..but my roomie has.
Been on stage: is technically a platform, not a stage
Been dumped: not to my knowledge.
Dumped someone: nope
Made homemade cookies: no, but roommate did..i don’t think you want to see me try.
Dyed your hair: it definitely has been more than a month
Stolen anything: I am stealing your time as we speak.
-------------HAVE YOU EVER------------------
Flown on a plane: yeah.

Told a guy/girl that you liked them? Wow..was this written by 3rd graders?
Cried during a Movie? I cry all the time in movies..i cant help it.
Cried during a song? Yeah.. a few times..
Been trashed or extremely intoxicated: no.. i drink though.. just not enough

.Gotten beaten up? No..good thing to..i am a wimp
Been in a fight: verbal yes…
----------------THE FUTURE------------------
Age you hope to have kids: no particular age.. just at some point after I get married
Number of Children: 25..of course.. what good Christian girl wouldn’t want that many! Ha.. oh wait…ummm..only if I adopt most of those
Describe your Dream Wedding: I haven’t really thought about the wedding.. just the dress I would like.. I do have a dream ring though.
How do you want to die? Painlessly..
What do you want to do as a career? I wish I knew the answer to that one.
What country would you most like to visit? Europe would be nice.. but I really would like to go work with kids in third world countries or something
-----------------OPPOSITE SEX------------------
Best eye color: it doesn’t matter
Best hair color: same as above
Short or long hair: curly hair…
Best height: quite a bit taller than me.. guys about my height kind of freak me out..
Best date location: I love to sit outside under the stars and cuddle..
-----------------NUMBER OF-----------------
Number of CDs that I own: I don’t even know
Number of piercings: Right now.. just ears and tragus (part of the ear)..but I have had belly button, nose, eyebrow, and rook (another part of the ear) at one point or another.
Number of tattoos: two.. one on my back and one on my hip

Number of times my name has appeared in the newspaper? I don’t know..but not that many
Number of scars on my body: 3 I can see
Number of things in my past that I regret: I try not to regret things in my past…just learn from them.. but I would say that there is a whole bunch.

----------------RIGHT NOW------------------
Wearing: I already answered this..
Drinking: I could use some water
Thinking about: the fact that I am wasting my time with this survey
Listening to: nada
---------IN THE LAST 24 HRS------------------
Cried: nope
Worn jeans: yes
Done laundry: No, but I really, Really, REALLY need to.
Drove a car: yeah.
Talked on the phone: yep
---------------DO YOU BELIEVE IN--------------
Yourself: I am pretty sure
Your friends: yeah
Santa Claus: parents never let me.

God: Oh yeah
.--------FRIENDS AND LIFE-----------------
Do you ever wish you had another name? No..mine is pretty different..only 80 year old people have it.
Who have you known the longest of your friends? Gosh.. I moved so much.. I don’t really have tons of old friends. I don’t talk to anybody from elementary or middle school much at all, so probably Wertzy…freshman year of H.S. baby!
Are you close to any family member? No, not really.. probably my sister mostly.
What's the best feeling in the world? I love the butterflies in your stomach, lovey dovey, giddy feeling you get sometimes…LOVE IT!

Monday, January 17, 2005

What the hell?

I think this is is funny that we even considered this at all.. Here is the the title of this article...

U.S. Mulled Gay Sex Weapon

mulled means seriously consider....and here is the caption for the article:

The Pentagon proposal called for drug to spur homosexual activity among the enemy.

Here is a link to the article..

and now here is a little section of it:

The idea of fostering homosexuality among the enemy figured in a declassified six-year, $7.5 million request from a laboratory at Wright Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio for funding of non-lethal chemical weapon research. The proposal, disclosed in response to a Freedom of Information request, called for developing chemicals affecting human behavior "so that discipline and morale in enemy units is adversely affected." "One distasteful but completely non-lethal example would be strong aphrodisiacs, especially if the chemical also caused homosexual behavior," said the document, obtained by the Sunshine Project. The watchdog group posted the partly blacked-out, three-page document on its Web site.

Funny..funny..funny...who sits around and can we beat the enemy...oh I know!!!!
LET'S MAKE THEM GAY!!!!!!!! now..let's ask the government for 7.5 million to fund this... The article said this ideas was "spurned." That means it was rejected...but makes me laugh.

funny you should say that...

Wertzy commented on a previous post of mine..and within is comment he said:

I still don't understand why so much money and design work goes into a church, but the local Boys and Girls club just gets a rectangular concrete building.

Amazing! dont even know. I know that a few choice people that read this feel exactly the same way..huh? I certainly do. If you dont church is in HUGE financial disorder..I think I mentioned that before. The reason why we are in trouble is because of our nice new "kick ass" building (that is for you know who you are..). We have to let our two associate ministers go. That makes me sad. I heard from another person from the church that says the reasoning coming from the elders isnt so much the financial issues but that they want the church to be more of a new testament church..which I guess would mean not having paid ministers. Way to disguise everything. HELLO??? Huge deficit anyone!! And why are we keeping Jeff? hmmm... Thanks Nick for the good comment.


Why in the world can we not beat the Patriots? That's all I want to know. Oh well..good job Colts had an awesome season.

Friday, January 14, 2005 rock my world

So I am still in Maryland..and the Pacers played tonight. I had TICKETS to this game..but I couldnt go. They stomped Phoenix. I really didnt think that was going to happen..but that makes me happy! I am sad I couldnt be there..especially since SCOTT POLLARD was back. The statistics don't lie..we have not lost single game that scott has played all year! Posted by Hello


My good friend Matt Rasure is coming to visit me today. I am still in Maryland, and he is in seminary at Princeton, Maryland is a whole lot closer to New Jersey than Indiana! I am so excited!!!! Alright, that is it, I am sure that none of you care

Thursday, January 13, 2005

Greetings from Maryland!

I promised I would right more later, so here I am! I told you I would tell you a little more about the book A New Kind of Christian. Like I said, it is an awesome book. It takes a look at Christianity through a different perspective. It looks at it through a postmodern view. Some of you may be thinking..postmodern..what do you mean by postmodern? Right now, I believe that we are living in a period of transition; we living in a transition from the modern world to the postmodern world, maybe we could compare it to a sort of Enlightment. I think it is really cool to be living in a time like this. It is not that modernism is bad, it is just that a new way of thinking is philosophies are showing up. We are distancing ourselves from the rigid analytical view of modernism. The book is a novel..and Neo is a guy who is trying to lead a guy on the path to this "new" era. Pretty cool since Neo means "new." Neo gives some words to describe modernism. So here it goes:

*it was an era of conquest and control
*it was the age of the machine
*it was an age of analysis
*it was the age of secular science
*it was an age of aspiring to absolute objectivity
*it was a critical age
*it was the age of the modern nation-state and organization
*it was the age of individualism
*it was the age of protestantism and institutional religion
*itwas the age of consumerism

(I know this isnt cited right..but its all from the book.)

Neo then goes on to say that postmodernism is simply an age of post-all the ages above. He doesnt go deep into the actual postmodern philosophy because he says it is still in development. We are in the baby stages of it. So if you are confused on this..I am sorry.

I would like to focus on postprotestantism...This is a word I am not sure I get..but I think what the book is trying to say is that in these new emerging times..we wont be so bent on trying to keep ourselves seperate from other Christians (I talked about this in a previous post). We will live more like a community and keep each other in check, whether you be Catholic, Baptist, Methodist, or so on. We won't be so preoccupied with critizing other religions, such as Islam, Hinduism, and so on. What the book talks about is the possibility of someone believing in Christ, but still keep their culture in check. We won't be converting people our western idea of Christianity, but rather just showing people Christ. They will be Christians, just not our western idea of it. I really don't know if I am conveying the whole point, so if you can help me with this, that would be awesome. Also, I think that some of you may have a little more insight on postmodernism from more that a religous pipe up!

Love you all!

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

my ramblings

I flew to Maryland today. It was my first time to fly, but everything went relatively smoothly. The only complaint I have is that my ears are killing me!!! Other than that, life is good. I am sitting in my hotel room and it is huge! I thought I would write a bit before I go to bed. I have a few things I need to say.

*First, I would like to post a sort of response to the guy who responded to my last post. For some reason, after reading my post about Christians wanting to convert Christians to their religion instead of worrying about what really matters, he replies to tell me about the Church of Latter Day Saints. I don't know much about that I will not attack it, but if it is in fact a Christian Church, then why try to convert me to it? We are all Christians! I highly suggest reading the post again.

*Second, we are reading a book A New Kind of Christian in my small group. I had finished it, and decided to re-read it today. It is an awesome book and i highly reccomend it, I may say more about it later, actually I know I will. Maybe tomorrow...

*Third, it is official that Josh and Ty will be leaving us. I am so sad, and I am not sure what I am going to do about staying at New Whiteland or not. Again, maybe I will write more later.

*Last, I have decided to open up a new area of research in my life, and that is the Catholic church. I have wanted to learn more about it for a while because I have studied up on other religions but never the Catholic church which is so close to us. (I know that has to be a run-on but I dont care!) I few weeks ago, I decided to get serious about it, and then right after that, I met someone who knows a lot about the Catholic church (mainly because he is Catholic). Most Catholics I meet are not like this guy, and he has really caused me to do a lot of deep thinking. I really like that. I want to really get an understanding of my beliefs, and i think that widening my horizons is good.

Thats all!

Friday, January 07, 2005

how about them apples!

It seems that these days "Christians" are more worried about converting other "Christians" to their religion than they are worried about people that are non-Christians. The Lutherans can't get along with the Methodists, the Pentecostals can't get along with Presbryterians, and most baptist just cant get along with anybody else, and nobody likes the Catholics. Why is that? I don't recall ever reading anything that says that there are all kinds of different Christian religions in the bible. Actually, I do believe it says exactly the opposite.

In Ephesians 4:1-5 it says:
Therefore I, the prisoner of the Lord,implore you to walk in a manner worthy of the calling with which you have been called, with all humility and gentleness, with patience, showing tolerance for one another in love, being diligent to preserve the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace. There is one body and one Spirit, just as also you were called in one hope of your calling; one Lord, one faith, one baptism, one God and Father of all who is over all and through all and in all.

It seems that is pretty clear that we need to work together and stop fighting on who is right and who is wrong. Honestly, how can we be certain that we are right? Aren't we supposed to be living a life through faith? If we truely knew we were right, why would we need faith?
I think many people who profess to be Christians are not being affective in actual reaching people because they are too busy trying to convert their Christian brothers. Non-Christians see this too. They think it is ridiculous the amount of different kinds of churches that are out there. They don't understand the differences and honestly, I dont really understand the differences either. We are all Christians! What rules we do or do not believe in doesnt really matter. There is one way to Christ and frankly, all churches that profess Christianity pretty much have that way right. STOP FIGHTING!!! there is one Lord and one Faith! one Baptism, one God and Father! Not 1 million different kinds of get over your differences and start working together! Wouldnt it be nice to see a Protestant church actually working with a Catholic church to perform local ministries? I would love to see it. Sadly, I am not sure it will ever happen.

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

Jerry Falwell

So while I was at work yesterday, I saw a fax daily laying around. In one section, it was talking about some quote from Jerry Falwell. Now, I don't really think that fax daily is really that reliable, but the quote is funny. This is what it says:

"The Rev. Jerry Falwell outed Tinky Winky of the Teletubbies, because, Falwell pronounced, "The character is crealy a fount of gayness. He is purple, the gay color, he has an antenna shaped like a triangle, the gay symbol, and he carries a purse, something all gay people do."

I decided to do a little research on it, because for some reason I don't put that statement past Falwell. (If you do not know who Jerry Falwell is, he is the president of Liberty University in Virginal, and he is quite the fundamentalist.) He blamed Sept. 11 on the sinfulness of our country; he said it was our fault or something like that. I went to his website and found an article about the teletubbies and it does not mention this quote at all. In fact, it is not even written by him. It is just in the magazine published by him. You can find the article
here . The article is prefaced with a response to an article written by a member of the associated press. The article is not there so naturally i wanted to go find the article that was actually written. I did find it, and it does give the idea that Falwell's magazine did say these things.

"The February edition of the National Liberty Journal, edited andpublished by Falwell, contains an article warning parents that therotund Teletubby with the triangular antenna may be a gay role model. To support its claim, the publication says Tinky Winky has the voice ofa boy but carries a purse. "He is purple -- the gay-pride color; and his antenna is shaped like a triangle -- the gay-pride symbol." Falwell contends the "subtle depictions" are intentional and issued astatement Tuesday that said, "As a Christian I feel that role modelingthe gay lifestyle is damaging to the moral lives of children."

With all that said..did Falwell say it? Maybe he thinking it? Probably. His track record of saying nice things does not seem to be that good. Maybe I am mistaken, show me proof if I am.

I still think the quote itself from the fax daily is funny. They proceeded to talk about other characters that could be the next to be "outed"

Such as:
Fred Flinstone-His nickname on the bedrock bowling team is twinkle-toes flinstones. The shows them song ends with we'll have a gay old time..He wears an orange west with little triangles all over it.

Bugs Bunny-Often stands with hand on hip. Plays a hairdresser in one episode. Frequently dresses in drag. Loves to throw on a top hat and tails and belts out boradway showtunes with his buddy Daffy, who, it is worth noting has a lisp.

Velma (from Scooby Doo)-Always tries to sit next to Daphne in the Mystery Machine. Sports that butch haircut. Has broad shoulders and wears thick turtleneck sweaters and knee socks. Never once shagged shaggy.

Pink panther-enough said.

Ha. Well my favorite color is purple..and I love triangles....
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Monday, January 03, 2005

Ron Artest

So on Saturday night, I wanted to go to Broadripple, but somehow I ended up downtown. Thi and is definately not where I wanted to be, because all I wanted to do was chill, not dance or any of that nonsense. My night wasnt that great until I looked across the bar, and who do I see? None other than Ron Artest! I went and talked to him for a couple minutes; I actually had a real conversation with him. I told him I was sad that he was gone, and he told me he would be back. Somehow I sort of doubt he will be back with the Pacers, but we will see. He also asked me how old I was, but I think it is because I look like I am 12. He was getting some drinks, and he asked me if I wanted one, so I got a drink from Ron Artest. I felt so cool. I also met his brother, "Big D" AKA Daniel. My friend actually got his number. So all this made my night a lot better.
*Now I have met Ron Artest (at Tiki's) and Jermaine O'neal (at the Vogue), but who I really want to meet is Scott Pollard. Maybe one day my wish will come true...

Have a good night!

Saturday, January 01, 2005

I am Napoleon..gosh!!!!

FREAKING AWESOME. thats all i have to say

which napoleon dynamite character are you?
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how incredibly awesome is this quiz??? Napolean is the best movie ever..who are you?

New years eve

So Kristin tells me that if wear red underwear to bring in the new year it brings good luck for the following year. She told me that, but I forgot, so she made me wear Her boyfriend's boxers..I wore these to ring in the new year..and I hope you did too!

Here are some links for some more pictures of the evening.

Kristin's boy Craig!

Craig and his friend Jaffy

they are a cute couple..arent they?

kristin and her spain buddy mateo

Mateo's friend Danny and me

Kristin's ghetto Christmas tree

here is another cute couple..ha

i promise..those are shots of koolaid..nothing else

Sarah and me! fun stuff

sarah, kristin and me trying to be Charlie's angels..Kristin is the asian one

I have no explanation for this one.