Wednesday, March 30, 2005


I love food. I like it a lot. I especially love Italian, and anything that has lemon and chicken and pasta in its title. Ok, that was random. I never ever would be able to have an eating disorder, or even be able to seriously diet for that matter. Sometimes, I do try to eat healthy but that's not for diet reasons, it is for health reasons. I exercise just so I don't have to diet. I never ever ever would want to give up food, and I never would want that right taken away from me. Do you see where I am going with this?

I am sorry, I am sure you have probably heard all you want to hear about the Schiavo case. I have too, but I am really upset by this. I fully believe in the right to die. If I was in a coma and being kept alive by a respirator, I would just want to die. It would save my family money, and I could move on to better things. The right to die basically means that you have the right to die if you choose if extraordinary means are needed to keep you alive. This includes things like a respirator, or reviving or stuff like this. THIS DOES NOT INCLUDE A FEEDING TUBE!

Terri Schiavo is responsive. She is awake, she is breathing on her own; the only thing she can't do is talk or walk. We have no clue what she is going through right now. She may not want to be alive, and she may not even have any clue what is going on around her.

This is what I do know: they are preventing her from even getting fed through the mouth. They aren't even trying to feed her normally. That is so inhumane. So the courts are just sitting back eating their popcorn watching this woman die a horrible death. If she has the ability to think, I wonder what she is thinking. If we are going to euthanize her, at least just get it over with; starving her is not the way to go. (Please note that I am not advocating euthanasia, this would be another discussion all in itself) I am absolutely pissed about this though. It must be heartbreaking for her family to sit back and not even be able to attempt to feed her. The husband doesn’t care. He has moved on, and he is just waiting to spend all that money once she is gone. GRRRRR...I am sad that this has escalated to such a public matter. This has to be even harder on the family.

Well, there is absolutely nothing I can do, so I will just sit back and be pissed about it. What is going to happen next? Are we going to say that people that have to be kept alive with an inhaler (for their asthma) or people that have to live their life taking insulin are using extraordinary means and they have the right to die? In that case, I guess sign me up. If you put me in a room with a cat for a long period of time without my inhaler, I probably would eventually die. My lungs would be so cut off from oxygen. It would be awful. Well, I guess that is the way it would have to be since my inhaler would be extraordinary means. I know that that example is a bit extreme, but it could get there. Only the strong and healthy survive: Darwin’s survival of the fittest taken to a whole new level.

I find it a bit ironic that at the same time that Schievo is getting all this attention, the Pope is having a feeding tube put in. Would we ever consider that extraordinary means to keep him alive? I think not!

What are all your thoughts on all this? I am interested in hearing different viewpoints, so if you aren't sick of talking about this already (I know I am a little late to be jumping on the bandwagon) tell me your thoughts!

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

It's a beautiful day!!!

Today has given me hopes that spring has arrived!! It was absolutely amazing outside!!! Woohoo. Alright, the best part of this day was that I actually heard an icecream truck! I remember when I was little, my sister and I would chase after the icecream truck with our change to get something. It was one of the most exciting things of our day. We had boring childhoods I guess. Speaking of childhoods, I asked my dad the other day why he didn't put us in sports. He just said "oh we weren't in to sports." K...that was random.

moving on...

News flash! Tyanna actually spells her name Tyana. You can find her here . This just doesn't make sense to me. She said her mom got it out of the back of the KJV. It doesn't seem liked it would be pronounced tyanna..but more like (now say these words individually folks) t-on-a.
oh well, i guess tyanna (with 1 n) knows best on how to spell and pronounce her name, so I wont argue.

I'm still moving...

I read a comment on adam's that somebody was selling candles scented like Jesus. That makes me laugh. Jesus scented candles, any thought on how that would smell?


how about some random thoughts??

*I really need to clean the apartment.
*sometimes blogger is really darn slow.. it has been crazy messed up today. I don't know what the deal is.
*I have way too many articles of clothing...they are completly taking over my room.
*I like woodchuck cider. it's growing on me.
*I wonder if J.B. won any money for me while he was at the casino today.

how about some more 80's stuff (just a few)

ok..actually just one because this is important:

30. You remember Hypercolor t-shirts

Oh yeah baby!! I had one i got at a garage sale. I wasn't cool enough to get the nice new clothes (maybe that is why i buy so many clothes now) Mine was orange and it changed to white or something like that. Did anybody else have one. By the way, I got mine after they weren't really cool anymore, but that is how my life is :)

Wow, this post is sure interesting

Monday, March 28, 2005

Selling Salvation

Well, Easter has come and gone. I would have to say that overall, this Easter was pretty good. Saturday night I attended a Catholic Easter vigil service. It was very nice. I didn't even notice it was three hours long. I am pretty sure they had about a million baptisms. After each and every baptism, they sang a little song. The way they played it, it was pretty hokey. It made me laugh. It went something like "you have put on Christ, you have been baptized, alleluia, alleluia, you have been baptized." It had some sort of musical feel, it was great. One of Brian with a big C's roommates was getting confirmed, so that was cool. Now, let me get to the main point of this whole post:

On Easter morning, I went to a service. It was a very nice, very typical Easter service, you know with lots of singing, lots of kids running around, and of course the "oh it's Easter Sunday, so this a great Sunday to whip out the plan of salvation day." It seems to me that the only time I hear sermons directed towards non-Christians are on key days like Christmas and Easter. That's cool; I know that is when most non-Christians will maybe grace the door of the church building. The pastor of this particular church said that he wanted to talk about the resurrection of Christ, and that his main goal was to "convert" the non-Christians to Christianity. That was cool with me too, although I am not a big fan of the word convert. I know it says in Matthew 26 or 28 or 16 (I'm not sure) to Go into all nations and preach the gospel... so he should do that. The problem I had with all of this is that it seemed so much like a sales pitch; I expected the projectors to spit something out on the screen to the tune of "send in three easy payments of 19.95 and you too can be a Christian!" Now, he was not saying at all that money was involved in the process of salvation, but it just seemed like an infomercial. He would talk a little, and then give off some verses, and then say now listen to this person. Some person would get up there and talk about their life before Christ and how their life has changed and now is just so absolutely wonderful. He had a few different people get up there and talk. Like I said, overall it just felt like a sales pitch. It kind of made me uncomfortable when I thought about it after the fact. It seems sometimes we try to lure people to Christianity by giving them this sugar-coated view of it. We make sure not to bring up the fact the true commitment to Christ is going to be hard. Oh no...then people wouldn't want it. We just want them to get their fire insurance, or as Tyanna would say "dunk them and leave them."

Now here is what I think:

Some people quite possibly are turned off from Christianity because a lot of people who profess to be Christians aren't truly committed to Christ. If people actually saw people committed to Christ, they may be more willing to come to Christ themselves. They will see that it is hard, but know that there must be something there for people to be willing to endure hardships that come with Christianity. They will see that there truly is a happiness that is brought about by a true commitment to Christ. They don't want a sugar-coated sales pitch. All they want is to see people with a true commitment. I think that we can evangelize much better through actions than through words. Our words don't mean anything. If we are willing to help other people, they will see true religion which is this: to take care of the poor and visit the widows or something to that effect. I don't know if any of this made sense. I just get sick of hearing these sales pitches that may make people feel all giddy, and then they say a "salvation prayer" and Ka POW!!! They are Christians! I think there is more too it than that. Alright. That's all for now.

Saturday, March 26, 2005

running, pacers, louisville, and other things...

1. Today, I did a duathlon (running/biking). I rode my bike for 23 miles. It was the first time I had rode my bike (besides a 4 mile warm-up bike that morning) in a year. That was fun times. It actually was pretty easy. My butt hurts now from the seat, but other than that, I'm good. Oh, I got first place in my age divsion...GO ME!!!! Ha..I feel so athletic...

2. Pacers beat Detroit last night. They didn't just beat them, the KILLED them. Scot Pollard got a technical foul for elbowing Ben Wallace (I love Scot Pollard). The game was delayed 1.5 hours because of a bomb threat. I never want to live in Detroit.

3. Louisville is still going strong in the NCAA men's tourney. They are my favorite team. I am not really sure why, I don't really know anything about them. I just like Patino. (No real reason either)...

4. That is all for now..i must get out of i will continue on with the other things later.

Thursday, March 24, 2005

My head hurts

My head is spinning after my last post and all of its comments. If you are confused, go read the last post. I thought I would just put random stuff up that won't create any controversy. First of all, my dad's side of the family is so small. The picture above is my cousin and I (aren't we cute?). I am by no means a big girl; I am pretty sure most of my dad's side of the family is smaller than me. Alright, you don't care. I just like this picture so I put it up. Ok, now I will put some more 80's stuff up. I missed it on my last post.

Here we go:

17. You played the game "MASH " (Mansion, Apartment, Shelter, House). {heck yes i did, what a great game}
18. You wore stonewashed Jordache jean jackets and were proud of it.
19. L.A. Gear....need I say more? (Does anybody remember L.A. Gear jeans?)
20. You wanted to change your name to "JEM " in Kindergarten. (She's truly outrageous.)
21. You remember reading "Tales of a fourth grade nothing" and all the Ramona books. (I loved Ramona)
22. You know the profound meaning of "WAX ON, WAX OFF". (Good story: We used to always yell this phrase to the Clark Elem. kids who had to have class at Whiteland Elem. we were the stuff)
23. You wanted to be a Goonie. (Hey you guys!!!)
24. You ever wore fluorescent clothing. (some of us...head-to-toe)
25. You can remember what Michael Jackson looked like before his nose fell off and his cheeks shifted.
26. You have ever pondered why Smurfette was the only female smurf.
27. You took lunch boxes to school... and traded Garbage Pail kids in the schoolyard.
28. You remember the CRAZE, then the BANNING of slap bracelets. (slap bracelets..oh those were the days...)
29. You still get the urge to say "NOT " after every sentence. (no I don't...not!!!! jk)

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

oh blah blah blah

Right now, I feel like I am spinning out of control. My mind is going about 50 million directions and I am not sure which thing to think about. This basically makes me not be able to think at all. I don't know what is going on. I used to think I had everything figured out. I went away to college like this. I think most people do. I remember clarifying that I was INDEPENDENT baptist and not southern baptist at the school I was at. Do you remember that Matt? Oh those were the days. Now, I am no longer Baptist and I can't figure out what I am. One thing I know is that I am a Christian, or rather a Christ follower. I bet people are sick of me preaching on this, but I wish that the body of Christ could be unified and we could truly be one holy, apostolic, catholic church. Right, that will happen. What spurs all this you ask? Well, I can't find a church. I need a church, and I can't find one I fit in with. I love my small group, and right now, that is the closest thing to church I have. I like Common Ground, but then again, I don't. I liked College Park, there was something very familiar about it. It was very much so back to my Baptist roots. I like the Catholic churches I visit most. Here is the deal: I AM NOT CATHOLIC!!!!!!!!!! Seems that when you aren't Catholic, you can't really participate in the main part of mass: the Eucharist. I do want to learn more about the Catholic church. There does seem to be something about it. It has been around for quite a long time, and there a quite a few of them. I do like what they have to say. The thing is I spent my whole life being taught that Catholics are going to hell...or something like that. I would have heated discussions with some of them, trying to get them to "come to Christ." Of course, this would mean coming to the Baptist church. If I turned Catholic, bunches of people would freak out. The thing is, I would like to have the body of Christ be unified. MOST of the body of Christ would associate themselves with the Catholic church. I consider myself a catholic, but I am definately not a Catholic. I do have some doctrinal issues. I haven't studied up on them. Of course, I really haven't found a church that I do agree with one hundred percent. Oh well...I just wish my head would stop spinning. I talked to a priest for about 2 hours (at a great is that) and since then my life has been blurry. I don't know what to do...please help!

Friday, March 18, 2005

Bible spam

I have seen spam for free credit reports, viagra, penis enlargements, medication, loans, porn, Ipods and about anything else possible, but never for a Bible. If you click to recieve for the Bible, I wondered if there were strings attatched like there is with other spam. After all, it should be different, it is for a Bible. Being the curious person I am, I decided to find out. I clicked on it.

I had to enter my information, so I entered some stuff. I then proceeded to have to see 1 million advertisements telling me about some great offer. I had to click yes or no to all of them. I get to the end, and they tell me the Bible is mine! All I have to do is pay the 4.95 shipping and handling. I think that the kicker in this is that they are not just using the Bible as an outlet for advertisement but they actually advertise that it comes with a page that explains the plan of salvation through Jesus Christ. So you do all this to get you free Gideon-type Bible and a page. At least it is a King James Bible, because everybody knows that is what the apostle paul preached out of. Oh wait... not really. If you go into any church and say I have no Bible and I want to hear about Jesus Christ, chances are you will get presented with an assortment of Bibles to choose from and a REAL person will tell you about Jesus Christ. Alright. That is all I wanted to say. I just thought it was a funny advertisement.

Now, on to the 80s:

I will give you just one again since I had other stuff to say.

16. You made your mom buy one of those clips that would hold your shirt in a knot on the side.

*This was a cool thing to do. I do believe that it is still kind of cool with the kids. (Maybe not so much a not on the side, but in the back) Limited Too sold clips and stuff when I worked there.

Tuesday, March 15, 2005


Before I get on with the 80's stuff, I would just like to say that I have somehow managed to get myself into this week's Nuvo. I am in a Miller add. Isn't that funny? I don't even like beer. They were taking snap shots of groups of people who happened to drinking Miller Lite, and it happens that a couple people I was with were, so we got our picture taken. I didn't think they would actually put it in the paper, but there I am, in all my glory with Wertzy, Derrick, and Josh. Ha, it made me laugh. Go check it out if you are interested. Someday, it may make it online at, but I am not sure, so just go pick up a copy ;).

Ok, on to 80's stuff.

Today, I am not going to put the promised 7 things on here. I am only going to put 1 because I think it deserves a lot of attention. Here it is:

15. You got super-excited when it was Oregon Trail day in computer class at school.

All I have to say is Oregon Trail was the stuff. Anybody who has never played this game has been deprived. I remember this game and Where in the World is Carmen San Diego? being the two coolest games. Who remembers these? Oregon Trail was great. The object was to stay alive. Random people would die of random diseases along the way. You had to buy supplies, and make sure nobody stole your stuff. I liked it. Oh 4th grade, what a year. I remember somebody downloaded Oregon Trail on to a more up to date computer than the computers we used in 4th grade. The game was over basically when it started because the processor was so fast. Ok, that is all I have to say about that. I just know it was the stuff.

Hope everybody is having a wonderful day!

Monday, March 14, 2005

the 80's continued

Here is the second installment of the you lived in the 80's/early 90's list:

There are seven more items making there way to my blog from the list, so here it goes.

8. Two words: Parachute Pants. (When I dressed up as Deb for a Napoleon Dynamite party, I thought my size 20W stirrup pants looked more like parachute pants.)

9. If you ever watched "Fraggle Rock". (I sure did, when my parents weren't around.)

10. You had plastic streamers on your handle bars...and "spokey-dokes" or playing cards on your spokes for that incredible sound effect. (I had the streamers. I am not sure what spokey-dokes are but I had stuff on my spokes.

11. You can sing the entire theme song to "DuckTales " (Woo-oooh!) (sure can)

12. It was actually worth getting up early on a Saturday to watch cartoons. (What were we thinking? waking up early to watch T.V??? My big thing was Friday night though. T.G.I.F....full house..oh yeah)

13. You wore a ponytail on the side of your head. (I did that just last week..oh wait..)

14. You saw the original "Tee! nage Mutant Ninja Turtles" on the big screen...and still know the turtles names. (I never did. we didn't watch movies. I did have the teenage mutant ninja turtles pie...does anybody remember that? it had green filling. Kenda does an amazing GO NINJA GO NINJA GO dance...)

Alright...that is all for today. I ran a 15 K yesterday. That was a long run. I am not really sure what I was thinking. The Mini it getting close...

Can you tell these posts are so just fluff until I figure out something good to write about? I though so...

Saturday, March 12, 2005

I remember all of this.

I have found a list of about 35 things that pretty much could characterize much of my childhood. It makes me laugh, it brings back memories, it is fun. I am going to put 7 things a day from the list on here each day so I can elaborate more on them. Here it goes.

YOU KNOW you experienced the 80's (ummm... and early 90s) if:

1. You've ever ended a sentence with the word "SIKE". (not!) {wow that was sooo 4th grade}

2. You watched the Pound Puppies. (I loved pound puppies. I had a few of the pound puppy dogs, and the cages that go with them...those were the good days)

3. You can sing the rap to the "Fresh Prince of Belair"...and can do the "Carlton". (I can't do the Carlton, but I do know the words to the rap. Every time a rerun comes on of that, I just watch the beginning for the rap, and then change the channel. It was Philedelphia born and raised...)

4. Girls wore biker shorts under their skirts and felt stylishly sexy. (I definately had some of those. I probably didn't start wearing it till it was out of style, but I thought I was so cool)

5. You yearned to be a member of the Baby-sitters club and tried to start a club of your own. (I read all of the Baby sitter's club book, and all of the Baby sitter's little sister books. yep...I probably could tell you all there names and the characteristics of each...)

6. You owned those lil' Strawberry Shortcake pals scented dolls. (I had one of those in preschool, then I accidently dropped it out the window of the car on the way home. My dad wouldn't stop and I cried and cried because it was my favorite doll. Thank you Triv for getting me a new doll 16 years later...that was awesome.)

7. You know that "WOAH " comes from Joey on Blossom. (wow...I remember that show. she had the weirdest outfits)

*If you have any input on any of these, or if they bring back any memories, let's talk about our childhoods!!

Pacers won last night!!! That makes me a happy girl.

Thursday, March 10, 2005

I know that there are tears in your eyes...

Sorry that it has been so long since I have updated! It has been nearly five days. I have been a busy busy girl. So here is a new post. I know you are jumping with delight. Ok well maybe not. Here is some exciting news. The blog war has been mentioned on another blog. Oh yeah! Here is the link.

In other news...I have decided that it is a better idea to do my laundry instead of just buying new has been a while...sooo now I am seeing clothes I have not seen in a while. I am sure you all really wanted to know about this.

I have a top ten from David Letterman that I want to share with you...I even have a video to go with. Here is the video. For those of you who don't want to watch the is the list.

Top 10 signs you were not the popular kid in high school:

10. Your yearbook photo caption reads "unidentified sophmore"
9. Your only friend is the one you built in shop class
8. School song includes a phrase about how much you suck
7. Everytime you talk to a girl, the conversation inevitably drifts to your frequent nosebleeds.
6. The stupid kid who gets his tator tots stolen every day? He steals your tator tots...
5. Everyone's jealous of your tether ball skills
4. Not only did you take your mom to prom; you had to pay her $20
3. You can't dance like this... (you must watch the video!)
2. "Lord of the Rings" figurines: 50, friends: 0
1. How the heck would I know, I'm like the coolest kid in school...GOSH!!!

Ok...I love Napoleon Dynamite...if you are the video! It's pretty much the coolest movie ever made. I think every one should watch it!

That is all I have to say for now...leave me a message so I know you are still alive out there!!!

Monday, March 07, 2005

what a thief I was...

When I was in 6th grade I had a paper route. I had this route so I could raise money for cheerleading camp. I never did go to cheerleading camp because I never tried out. I am sure that my life is better because of this. I would have been severly laughed at if I would have tried out. I was after all the biggest nerd ever. Ok, back to the paper route. My paper route was through the huge town of Whiteland, IN. On the route, I would pass by the now closed Mr. D's food market. They had coke machines outside that all took 50 cents; except for 1, it took 25 cents. Every single day, I would go into Mr. D's and tell them that the machine took my 50 cents. Every day, they would give me 50 cents. I would then go back outside, and my best friend and I would get the 25 cent mellow yellow. I somehow thought that I had them fooled. I would try to talk with various accents when I went in so they would think I was somebody else. I would wear my hair different ways as to disguise myself. I thought I was so smooth. I wasn't.

I was telling this story at lunch yesterday, and some funny stories came up. I would like to hear some more stories about any stealing shananigans you have taken part of in your childhood...this could be fun. I especially want Tyanna and Josh's stories on here, and Tyanna, if you could Tasha's story on here, that would be awesome. Her story was great. Alright, so fire away! I want to laugh!

I would have to say that Brianisrockhard is definately a mastermind at this war. He has made different items with a picture of me on it that say reospeed sucks. I think it is awesome. I almost want one myself. You can buy a shirt, a hat, or lots of buttons. How great is that? I encourage anybody from my side to purchase one of these items. Become traitors if you must...or maybe disguise yourself from the enemy by wearing the enemie's stuff.

Here is the the link:

Man, I wish I was creative so I could come up with decent posts....ha. HA!

Here it goes again

Well, I can't say that has no creativity. He just has a sucky army to back him up. He has struck again, and this time he has made a quiz.

You scored as ENEMY!!. I'm sorry, you need to unplug your PC (which I'm sure has linux on it) and throw it out the window. You are just a techie poser that acts like droping cell phones all the time without thinking twice about it is cool. You also think that Canada has a different calander than us.

True follower of brianisrockhard




BIRH vs. reospeed
created with

Isn't that funny? I am 50/50 when it comes to which side I choose hmmm. Now if only BIRH could actually find himself some people to fight for him. That would be great. I am bored with the war actually. Enemy strikes are too far and between. Let's just end it does that sound?

Ok....real post later

Saturday, March 05, 2005

I was a little quiz happy

First of all, I went to a Napoleon Dynamite party last night. That was awesome; I love that movie. I dressed up as Deb. I had my hair pulled to the side of my head, and I was wearing stirrup pants. Is that how you spell that? It was funny because the only stirrup pants I could find were a size 20W. That's not exactly my size. I think they look a bit more like parachute pants.

Now, as the title says, I got a little quiz happy. It's the weekend, and I didn't feel like writing much, so have at it!


Your love is... by ChibiMarronchan
Your name is...
Your kiss is...delicious
Your hugs die for
Your eyes...burn into my heart
Your touch is...heart warming
Your smell is...refreshing
Your smile is...amazing
Your love of a kind
Quiz created with MemeGen!

K...good to know...


You scored as Sloth.















Seven deadly sins
created with

I may be able to agree with this one. Sometimes I love being a lazy bum. I wish I could sleep more. Maybe I just need to go to bed earlier...I don't know.


You scored as Earlobe Piercing. Awwww aren't you cute with your little goody-goody attitude and what not. Maybe you should stop being so freaking nice and go and burn something. I mean seriously.

Earlobe Piercing


Nose Piercing


Tongue Piercing


Cartilage Piercing


Dirty Piercings




Belly Button Piercing


Labret Piercing


Lip Piercing


What Piercing Are You?
created with

I think this is kind of funny. I am an earlobe piercing. Ha. I have two tattoos, I have had my belly button pierced, my nose pierced, my eyebrow pierced, and my rook pierced. I have my tragus pierced, but hey! I am an earlob piercing. I guess this is why people are shocked when they hear I have tattoos...

Thursday, March 03, 2005

My nerd score does hold true... looks like the enemy has aligned himself with evil people. Too bad he is in jail! Check out brianissoftandcuddly's (I liked that Thom) live journal. He has updated. I would like to thank all of you for your continued support in this time of battle. I am pretty sure that the bloggers have this quenched. Let us see though, maybe they have something up their sleeve. I doubt it. They criticize us for not being creative...HA! I laugh in their face. See...I think that with everyday this ridiculous blog war goes on, my nerd score gets higher and higher. It makes me laugh because this is absolutely geeky, but still totally awesome at the same time. I have no clue how you win a blog war, but I think we are.


Also, I am so totally against Daylight Savings Time. Maybe I just don't like change, but I like it that our time never changes. We never lose an hour of sleep. I know we gain an hour at some point, but that never makes up for losing a whole hour of sleep. My sleep is precious. I need as much of it as I can get. I want to be beautiful! Ha... Anywho...I don't want to change my clocks EVER!!! EVER! If we do change our clocks...I want to be with New York. Is that how it is playing out? I don't know, I haven't been paying much attention so I really shouldn’t be talking about this I guess.

Apparently now you can take a quiz to see what political party you should be with. I scored as Green Party, then Anarchist, then Republican. I don't really know anything about the Green party. Maybe I need to read up on it because of course, these quizzes are 100% accurate.

Go ahead and take it:

What political party are you?


Word of the Day: Blog: Brian's loss of Gender-identity or brian loves old gonads or web log

question for Brian- If you were a boy, would you be a cheerleader?

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

blog wars and other stuff

Well, it looks like we are still awaiting the retaliation of the enemy. The enemy seems to not really be doing much. Word is we may hear something from brianisrockhard today. So far, this is what we have gotten from him.

from ditch on the other side of the western front with a bullhornI see that at least the rocks that I throw are not stall regurgitation of previous posts....THAT I WAS ALREADY CREDITED!! Your lack of creativity and your longing to be an AOL minion will surely destroy you...


Inside sources tell me he is planning something big...but we will see.

In other news:

Well I guess it's not really news, but I posted a bit ago about my crazy dad. The other day at dinner, he told me a story that mad me laugh. I had heard it before, but I like to hear this story. When my little sister was a baby, we lived in a small house and would have to share a room. I guess the room was small, and they needed to get beds for both of us. My dad went to the store and was looking for what could possibly be a good option. We didn't have much money, so he was also looking for an inexpensive option. He finally finds something he thinks will work, buys it, and takes it home to show my mom. What did he buy? An inflatable boat! How funny is that? My mom did not go for this, but I think it is hilarious that my dad thought the inflatable boat was a good idea. The things that go through his mind...he is a crazy character.

OK...Maybe this story is much more fun when you hear it in person...but it is still hilarious.


Pacers lost last night...I cried...but Pollard started!!!!

Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Blog Wars

I didn’t know that blogs could be at war with each other, but alas, someone's has declared war on my blog. It seems that this person has become anger with comments and posts from my blog. I did not know such a war existed, but I am determined to win!

Here is the enemy's declaration of war:

I have beef with people...there are a few out there that are taking delight in my anger. Not, pointing and laughing because I'm funny delight(although that is what is expected) but posting my comments and such in there own blog because "you don't update your blog", i mean I any who I declare a blog WAR!!!!!!! I don't know how to do this, but it should be fun! the enemy (boo hiss!) Here is the first rock,1759,1768170,00.asp (you have to be a huge geek to get/understand this, sorry)

For those computer nerds, the article that he has put a link to is entitled “How to Kill Linux.” Grrr…

Sooo… I need my faithful visitors to join my force to get rid of the enemy. We need strategy. I guess in a blog war, strategy is completely public. Any ideas on how we could stomp him? Oh yeah, he is a live journal user, so it is sort of live journal versus blogger war. I do full except some live journalers to turn traitor and come to my team (Burz and Hash). However, to make my team stronger, I need some Xangans (Matt ) to get on my side…post comments if you are willing to join the war. We will figure out our plan later! I know I have some ex-military readers on my side, so this should be good….

For now, here is my first rock...

Please help!