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from imaginated :
How come the navigation doesn't work on your new site?
from imaginated :
You win this round Hero. Perhaps the letter C should be reinvented to sound like CH? then we'd only need the one letter! Lunc, curc, ceerfull, etc. oops. I mean ets. or something...
from littledjblue :
Thought you might like this -- on Facebook, I am in a group called "Michael Moore Is a Big, Fat, Stupid, White Man," as well as a "Starbucks" and an "I HEART Starbucks" group. And of course, there is also the "Mariokart!!" group I am a part of. :)
from littledjblue :
No, I haven't, but we plan on getting there over an hour early, and since it is a 4pm show hopefully most people will be at work and not able to come until later. P.S. Tomorrow night - Supertones farewell show, last chance to see them live EVER. Second to last show on the tour. http://www.itickets.com/events/120727.html
from littledjblue :
..my bad. Haha, I'm sure we will see each other, and you should have my number so you can just give me a ring anyway if you can't find me, maybe we could all go out to eat afterwards, depending on if I'm leaving that night or not. We will be the kids IN THE VERY FRONT ;)
from littledjblue :
Well SOMEBODY never wrote me back and told me they would like to do that...
from littledjblue :
Huh? Date ?
from littledjblue :
I already bought my ticket ! Want to meet up down there?
from imaginated :
http://www.artlebedev.com/portfolio/optimus/ if anyone would enjoy this... It'd be you.
from littledjblue :
Thanks for the birthday wishes. :)
from kissmyargyle :
you didnt put in there that i thought it was neat! :o(
from littledjblue :
Word on the street is that Relient K is going to be touring with MXPX next, once the Warped Tour ends. Please tell me you still like me enough to go road tripping to a concert, in case it doesn't come too near?
from littledjblue :
Sorry life isn't going so good for you right now, I hope things look up soon.
from kissmyargyle :
EAT A CAT.
from imaginated :
I'm glad you approve. Too bad you weren't home when it arrived. Ah well, Enjoy anyway!
from littledjblue :
thank you.
from anothermatch :
I'm flattered that you want to read more! Well, have at it. -Elizabeth
from kissmyargyle :
note tag! you're it!
from kiss-a-frog :
I miss you.
from kissmyargyle :
sometimes, when you PUNK! me, you remind me of ashton kutcher.
from kiss-a-frog :
It means that probably you shouldn't keep your desk in a pit 5 feet below the rest of your office, dork!
from kissmyargyle :
flipping make me cry right after i've done my makeup, why dontchya?! ditto to you, pal. love you so much.
from kissmyargyle :
hahaha! noboyy, you so are. :o) <3 you lots.
from kissmyargyle :
haha! omg, what would i do without you, shaun?
from kissmyargyle :
see? now i know you are kidding. HAHA! hearts x10.
from kissmyargyle :
shaun, i love you anywayzz. and p.s. is there a general place to comment on your new diary, or just for each entry?
from littledjblue :
the real question is, why don't *you* email *me*? p.s. no, i did not think you were talking about me, i was just wondering. i find it interesting you will say that, but not say who you were talking about, though. :P
from jamita :
just catching up.. glad to read everything is going well.
from imaginated :
I noticed today that you haven't put up a new "featured entry" for december yet. So I took it upon myself to issue you another one... http://asdotcom.diaryland.com/041228_13.html Enjoy.
from asdotcom :
hi, shaun, this is your diary. i just wanted to ask you to reconsider. ok, let me know, thanks, bye.
from littledjblue :
i just noticed you have last tuesday listed as one of your favorite bands. are they big now and i'm the only one who missed it? or how did you hear about them?
from kissmyargyle :
dear shaun: i want to stick pencils in your eyeballs for eating my spaghetti. all my love, keri.
from discohades :
mmmm.... a G5. the first mac to ever make me drool. :o)
from kissmyargyle :
you lucky boy.
from kissmyargyle :
i am shaking my fist at you right now!
from littledjblue :
i changed my comment for you. merry Christmas!
from seducible :
Happy Christmas!
from mr-knowitall :
That sounds like a really good book, I'll get it! Thanks!
from kiss-a-frog :
I am totally coming over. You need a desk makeover. (Probably other furniture in your office would fix that.) Maybe I'll tint your windows limosine dark!
from seducible :
I have a "Born to Be Wild" hamster from DJ. Listening to that thing sing at 3 in the morning on my birthday while talking on the phone with her for five hours will make anyone act like a looney tune.
from kissmyargyle :
hey thanks, pal!
from discohades :
i can tell in the few times i came to stay with your family that your father was a very loving and very compassionate about his family and everything else he dealt with. i can only imagine how frightening it was to go through that surgery with him. i'm glad that you've got the chance to enjoy the company for another three plus years. later.
from kissmyargyle :
ps- don't tell mom the babysitter's dead.
from kissmyargyle :
ahh!
from seducible :
Two nightmares a YEAR? Who did that study? I maybe have two DREAMS a year. The rest are all nightmares.
from imaginated :
Thanks to that picture, I've got a new desktop image! Thanks Hero, you never cease to impress.
from petesmom :
I minored in dream interpretation in college, and I have to say, that dream is wild. I read in a casebook that George Michael had that exact same dream the night before he came out of the closet!
from seducible :
Sounds like one of my dreams. Um...yeah, nothing to say to that dream, only wondering what it could mean?
from discohades :
no matter how much we may or may not get along all the time. i will always be in awe of the way you use your words to paint a perfect picture of your surroundings and memories that are brought forth by them. it's really nice to read. it makes me think of the few great times i got to spend with you, keri, and other members of your family, as well as sarah and jamie. i don't know if i'll ever get the chance to experience something like that again with you and keri but i hope that the oppurtunity might present itself at some time. later.
from littledjblue :
They were playing MarioKart double dash tonight, and I thought, golly gee, I have not played that game in quite some time! Then I thought, I've only played that at a certain person's house.. then I decided I would invite myself over to said person's house to play. So, when can I come play some MarioKart doubledash?? :cD
from littledjblue :
I can't remember if you like the Supertones or not, but they're following in the footsteps of FIF - 2005 is their last year together. Just your little friendly update.
from asdotcom :
Surely you don't believe that a film that Moore himself changed the film from being labeled as a "documentary" to an "opinion/editorial" piece is completely true. If that were the case, it'd simply be a documentary. I have given you sufficient links to research this for yourself. It is already put together in report form. I could copy and paste how the Supreme Court did not hand Bush and election in 2000. Or how about the fact that while Saudis were flown out of the States "after Nov. 13" as Moore says, the flight ban had already been eased? Or that 30 of the Saudis /were/ interviewed by the FBI before leaving? Also, the independent 9/11 commission has reported that "each of the flights we have studied was investigated by the FBI and dealt with in a professional manner prior to its departure." How about Harken? Bush sold the stock long after he checked with those same "company lawyers" who had provided the cautionary memo, and they told him that the sale was all right. Almost all of the information that caused Harken’s large quarterly loss developed only after Bush had sold the stock. How about Carlyl? Moore provides extensive citations for facts about Carlyle which were never disputed, but he does not address the fact that Democrats and George Soros are also involved in Carlyle. Moore does not address how the Bush administration severely harmed Carlyle by canceling the Crusader. What about Craig Unger's $860B claim? Unger's cited sources do not support his $860 billion figure. He may have "heard" the figure of $860 billion dollars, but only from people who were repeating the factoid which he invented Saud. (The Saudi Ambassador's 1996 speech to the U.S.-Saudi Arabian Business Council -- In that speech, Prince Bandar discussed the Saudi economy, but said nothing about the size of Saudi investment in the U.S. -- and a Washington Post story titled "Enormous Wealth Spilled Into American Coffers" got the notion of $860B from Unger himself!) Moore asks, "Is it rude to suggest that when the Bush family wakes up in the morning they might be thinking about what's best for the Saudis instead of what's best for you?" Yes. It is. …why did Moore’s evil Saudis not join "the Coalition of the Willing"? Why instead did they force the United States to switch its regional military headquarters to Qatar? If the Bush family and the al-Saud dynasty live in each other’s pockets…then how come the most reactionary regime in the region has been powerless to stop Bush from demolishing its clone in Kabul and its buffer regime in Baghdad? The Saudis hate, as they did in 1991, the idea that Iraq’s recuperated oil industry might challenge their[s]....They fear the liberation of the Shiite Muslims they so despise. To make these elementary points is to collapse the whole pathetic edifice of the film’s "theory." If you'd like, I can go on, but I didn't want to make your notes section a hundred pages long without talking to you about it first. If you'd like, you can check these things out yourself including the sources that these facts were gathered from in the www.davekopel.com link I already gave you. If you ever need that link, or other links to other sources that show proof so as to independently verify it and not just take facts from one source that may be skewed, kindly let me know. I'll be happy to oblige. By the way, the dull feeling in the pit of my stomach is because I had read very, very, very (I couldn't repeat this word enough) extensively about this film including reading its transcript. I fact-checked this movie even though I hadn't seen it. When several sources all report the same thing, what point is there in seeing the movie? But alas, to appease good folks like you, I did so. Thanks for the opportunity to explain myself further.
from spacemuppet :
Thank you for responding... as a sign of good faith, once the semester is over and my workload has ceased, I'll give one of your movies a fair shake, and without the dull feeling in my stomach that you had in yours before you even saw F9/11. The conservatives I mentioned - the ones that call Democrats "Commie bastards," the ones that tell us to leave the country - I mention them not as stereotypes, but because both of these are instances I have personally experienced - the first to my face, the second in writing, directly to me. Naturally, I appreciate that you're not one of them, but I thought it prudent to point out that yes, they do exist. As for my original question, while I personally am not a devotee of Michael Moore, F9/11 has been meticulously footnoted in writing, every fact triple-checked for accuracy. So with it being so full of lies, where are the lies that you speak of. Thanks for writing back.
from asdotcom :
I do not bemoan Michale Moore. I bemoan those that refuse to look beyond the facade that Michael Moore has shown the public to the heart of the matter whether because they are too lazy or this facade is what they'd prefer to believe. I've given F911 a chance. Will you give Celsius 41.11 a chance? FarenHYPE911? Voices of Iraq? Michael Moore Hates America? Any film that shows a differing view? For that matter, a trip to the video store isn't even necessary. Dave Kopel's 59 Deceits in Fahrenheit 9/11 can be found at http://www.davekopel.com/ Terror/Fiftysix-Deceits-in-Fahrenheit-911.htm and moorewatch.com/f911 is yet another great resource to see the truth behind the lies. No, it's not Moore than I hate -- it's people loving lies more than loving to unearth of truth. Not the people, mind you... only their thirst for blood at the expense of truth. They are two completely separate things in my mind. What brought me to tears is that people would rather believe lies about their President and others that have helped to keep this country great than seek the truth. You have a lot to learn about my peers, friend. The conservatives that you wrote about in your post-election commentary are not like any conservatives I have met in real life. We do not call all Democrats "Commie Bastards" based on their party affiliation. For that matter, I've never in my life called anyone a bastard. We do not wish to banish anyone that critisizes Bush. Critisism is healthy. Lies are good for neither the hearer nor the teller. We are not bigots, but lovers of what we find to be true and haters not of those that believe differently, but of that which we find to be avidly against the truth. Apathy toward truth -- that's what I bemoan. That's what rips my heart in twain. (The URL above was broken up so as to preserve the width of your frames. Make sure if you try to cp it, you tape it back together.) Thank you for the kindness in your keystrokes. It's not lost on me.
from spacemuppet :
With all due respect, this is what I don't understand... the deeply-rooted emotional and visceral response to Michael Moore is one thing, based on the fact that he is Michael Moore and therefore must be the embodiment of evil, but where are these lies you continue to bemoan? For someone who supports a president who was elected based partially on lies like official party pamphlets like "Democrats will ban the Bible" (in West Virginia), where are these lies?
from imaginated :
You're life is so tv-esque. You have the best stories ever.
from markybob00 :
people dont care about the truth. they'll take the lazy lies that they're told over honesty any day of the week. that's how it is and you cant change that. all you can do is let people see that you're different
from seducible :
apology accepted. And I'm going to pretend that that's my Christmas memory, because it was so ... amazing.
from ihearthockey :
and talk and giggle.
from ihearthockey :
let's hold hands.
from seducible :
I miss EP...she and I always argued, then we made up, then we argued again, then we made up...I miss her a lot.
from ihearthockey :
banana hammock.
from ihearthockey :
..trout sniffer!
from ihearthockey :
good job, shaun! you not only get a pie in the face, you also get to kiss my argyle! wtg!
from momenchance :
Retail employees who can be nice to customers on one of the busiest days of the year are a joy forever. Make friends with those people.
from markybob00 :
kinda pisses me off that i cant reply to your posted question because you already know what my answers would be...it's just not fair.
from asdotcom :
Is that what this is about, Mikey? You're jealous that the President has more money than you? While you can buy your way into college, you can't buy your way into being president of a frat or making a company acquire you. You can't pay someone to pay for your company. That's circular thinking and it's flawed. You can't say all of his success came from his parent's stash. That's just ridiculous, and if that's what you think you should look into some remedial history and economics classes before applying for college. Nor can you buy your way into having the business sense to dump your stock in a company just before its stock starts to drop. He had so much business sense, in fact, that there was an SEC investigation to see if there was any chance of insider trading. There was not. God said a fool and his money are soon parted. Bush still has his money. Also, you should not assume to know my school history. You've never cared enough to ask and you simply don't know. However, what I can tell you is that when I was your age I was making in excess of $20/hr and was good enough at my job that I was put in charge of projects in DC, Maryland, Virginia, and was even flown to New Mexico to oversee the inventory and transfer of some 40,000 cubic feet of files for the Bureau of Indian Affairs that are protected under the Privacy Act. This project included the oversight of more than 30 employees in what I decided should be two shifts which had me working from 7AM to 2AM. I was assigned to projects in the Pentagon, the US Mint, Department of the Interior, DC Public Schools, National Institutes of Health, Center for Army Analysis and private sector companies such as America Online. My former company still calls my current company to specifically ask for me to run projects for them now and then. I had traveled to more than 25 countries and 40 states. The majority of this was done on my own dime (and I didn't borrow any money to do it). All of this was done before my twentieth birthday. By the time I was 21, I was making even more money, had been sent to even more states to do my job (including New York City where I oversaw the relocation of the TimeWarner Headquarters computers and was your boss). But none of this is what makes me successful. What makes me a successful person is that I treat others responsibly. I don't attempt to take advantage of them or their money and I do what I can to help them out. I currently am lending more than $7,000 to various people ($7,500 if you include what you owe me -- obviously I'm not saying that you owe me $500, just that what you owe me puts it over that mark.) I also paid my way last year to have the wonderful opportunity to go feed orphans of AIDS victims in South Africa and am involved in various hands-on charitable works. So, regardless of what you'd like to allude to about my education, I feel that I'm a highly successful person. And really, that's all that matters. In closing, I'm glad Circuit City is working out for you and I truly wish you luck in going to college. It will probably be a big change for you.
from discohades :
wow, i just marvel at what his parent's money bought him. however, listen to the babbling idiot now and he is lucky to stumble upon a sentence that is mistake-free. by the way circuit city is great. just working and getting ready to attend college next fall. imagine that, i have to earn my way through college, unlike your man W. college, hmmm... i guess you wouldn't understand.
from littledjblue :
I looked, only because Dr. Jones got back from San Antonio with video footage of an "operation" that they ran when he was there, for the military doctors to practice on victims of war-like injuries. There was somebody with "his" lungs on the outside of him, and stuff like that. It was awesome, from what I could see.
from waterstain :
Your response to that note about W totally made my day.
from haddock :
I'm glad you missed me.
from asdotcom :
I know! Can you believe this moron attended Yale University and while at Yale joined Delta Kappa Epsilon (where he was president from October 1965 until graduation) and then was awarded a Master of Business Administration (MBA) in 1975 from Harvard University, (making him the first U.S. president to hold an MBA degree), and then started an oil company that was bought by another oil company under the condition that he was CEO of the new oil company which was in turn bought by another oil company of which he was asked to be on the board of directors and THEN organized the acquisition of the Texas Rangers (of which he put up $600,000+ and became manager of) before becoming Governor of Texas and eventually a two-term President (the second time receiving more votes than any other President in history)? What an idiot. By the way, how's Circuit City treating you?
from discohades :
wow, he actually flipped someone off correctly. perhaps he should give up english and pick up american sign language.
from littledjblue :
How does the person you really WERE replying to know to read your notes to see your reply?
from littledjblue :
Great, I'd hope. Have you ever left yourself a note by accident, when you are in actuality trying to leave someone else a note?
from littledjblue :
Just chillin. Wishing aol.com would let me log onto my mail, instead of closing down the window randomly. How you doin'?
from littledjblue :
Hi, Shaun.
from imaginated :
That was awesome! It couldn't have been better if you had set it up!
from seducible :
Thank you for the notes, I really appreciated them. I'm better this morning and not quite so "conspiracy theory-ish"... I agree with everything you said about Karl Rove -- if he was more well-known, he wouldn't be who he is today. Do we need to know more about him? I really don't think so. It wouldn't change anything. And I am always saying that the President isn't as powerful as people always think, because there are so many people around him that help him with decisions and deal with issues he simply couldn't take on himself. There is no way he could ever have control over everything. Karl Rove is going to be on FOX news this Sunday and I intend to watch that interview. No matter the outcome, I realized last night that it was the Devil making me second guess myself, and so I kept telling myself that God is in control.
from seducible :
Today I caught the tail end of a movie called "Bush's Brain" on the Sundance channel. Yeah, I was like "What fodder are they spewing now?" It was all about Karl Rove, and I watched it because my mom had said something about him when Bush thanked Karl Rove during his speech Thursday afternoon. I never heard of him before, or maybe I just don't remember if I have. I obviously need to read more about politics. I am for Bush, I voted for him, and stand behind him. But...you seem political (ha! understatement of the year?) and I want to know what you think of Karl Rove. (Oh, and I love Tony Blair. He pronounces "respite" the way I do, so he's a-ok in my book.)
from pattymelt :
if you were dying they would have given you stronger drugs. just make sure your family knows what you want done if you haven't written it down anywhere (donate body to science, ect) and leave all your money to me. thanks.
from pattymelt :
mid to late 20's = body falls apart. i know. mine did.
from sh0rty143 :
thanks so much! :) you're invite will be in the mail sometime in 2005!!
from imaginated :
"That A.S! He says he isn't Superman. What he really means is that Superman isn't A.S!"
from pattymelt :
you are quite the hot clark/superman.
from momenchance :
Actually, I didn't know the whole story about the missing nuclear weapons until I read through the recent entries. I don't go out of my way to read the newspapers from New York or Chicago, but even in Nebraska, I don't necessarily trust every single news outlet. I consider myself fairly liberal, and have been called a communist by more conservative liberals in the past, but even I know you can't trust the news all the time. It all comes down to who controls the various news outlets. If you can trust the controlling forces, you can trust their methods of getting information to the people. If not...well, there's the problem.
from ihearthockey :
it was funny when you had cupcake in your mouth!
from imaginated :
God Bless Those Little Hooligans!
from markybob00 :
yeah, but you have free high speed wireless internet access...imagine if you didnt :-)
from discohades :
i knew the whole story and really have just been ignoring it. i dont really watch the news because rarely does any network give a story on both sides of the political spectrum. true, i am a liberal but i dont like to be fed with propaganda bullshit.
from pattymelt :
i know but she is such a bitch! you know it! ok, i don't but you know what i mean. and dude, wait for tonight's "smallville" and we'll see who can't act! it's supposed to be GOOOOOOD!
from pattymelt :
i knew the story. i stop paying attention to the news the week before the elections - at least the national news. i hate all the mud slinging. i am more concerned by your crush on hilary duff. gack.
from seducible :
That was always my favorite part of the Lion King, actually. I'll probably have that picture flash before my eyes whenever I watch The Lion King now...thanks... ;)
from momenchance :
Are you really going to stop updating the journal? I'd miss your writing if you did - yours is one of the few journals I still keep up with. Did something happen that made you want to give up the journal writing, like a response to an entry or something? I'm just curious, because I really enjoy your writing. If it is something you'd like to talk about with someone you barely know, feel free to e-mail me or drop by the guestbook or notes. :-)
from ncrebel21 :
You should seriously, seriously run for office. State level or, better yet, national. Our country needs more clear-thinking, economically-minded individuals in positions of power.
from littledjblue :
I really like the t-shirt with the button-up over it, it's a hot look. I've never seen it with a long-sleeve underneath, though.
from discohades :
michael andrew lane is back on this diaryland scene!!! get ready!!!
from pattymelt :
you sound like you are in such a crap mood, i was going to donate to your starbuck habit only to find out you don't have an account set up! i bet you don't have a coffee habit either.
from asdotcom :
I deleted a comment because there was no way to reply to it. The fact of the matter is, the government ended the 90s with a surplus given to the American people by a Republican Congress. The people of the United States of America ended with empty bank accounts and reposessed SUVs. I'll discuss this with you further if you leave at least an e-mail address at which I can reach you.
from littledjblue :
I don't think I could even date a guy if I didn't think he was funny.. so I wouldn't have to worry about breaking up with him because he wasn't funny. Unless he became unfunny, and in that case, I would wonder "Is it another woman?"
from imaginated :
That is true love. And completely awesome!
from imaginated :
rootbeer in the freezer? wouldn't it be all frozen and no longer fizzy? doesn't that defeat the purpose of rootbeer?
from pattymelt :
thanks for the web page - i will check it out more as i have time. i went straight for the scentific internet site as opposed to any type of political site. just the way i do my own research. i read and make up my mind. then find the best fit. i also read an article this weekend from atlantic monthly (i think - i have the article at home) about the war and how over extended we are. it was interesting.
from waterstain :
There's never been any scientific suggestion that embryonic stem cells could cure better than adult stem cells. In fact, quite the opposite. Couldn't help myself from commenting. :o)
from pattymelt :
embryonic stem cells will likely be more effective in curing diseases because they can grow and differentiate into any of the body’s cells and tissues and thus into different organs. from www.camradvocacy.org
from pattymelt :
bring it on! dude, i'll hate you because you're a dick not because you are a republican.
from pattymelt :
and no, i am not made at you. you are allowed an opinion. shit, KB thinks michael jacksom is getting the bum rush and i still talk to him!
from pattymelt :
you didn't get me fired up your big goober but in response to your response: the reason i posted my healthcare cost was not to complain about the cost, i know i have decent healthcare and i choose my plan. it was to show the some average joe readers how muc a cronically ill person has to pay for healthcare and to point out that funding that thru personal healthcare (as suggested by some republican) is not an options for most people. (example - miekygal pays $350 a month for private healthcare but must live at home to be able to afford it all. she has some health issues that must be treated as i do) anyway, i guess i didn't make my point cause you missed it. a waitress or a student or a hairbresser cannot afford private healthcare in most cases. they end up with out. and if they end up at a public hospital, they are very sick, it costs taxs payers more for their care, if they get any at all. (BTW, they just closed the major public hosptial in ft worth and now everyone has to go to parkalnd in dallas - already over taxed by the numbers of uninsured that visit daily) as for the 23-year old GUY getting paid more than me? that is an equal pay issue. that bush will not address becuae he thinks women are subhuman. we have no minds and obviously no brains. why should an amendment REQUIRE that a woman, with the same qualifications be paid the same as a man? what can i say? i am a woman (as apposed to the oppressed black man that seems to be heard more) i would really like to see hillary clinton back in the white house instead of kerry. but i don't see that happening any time soon.
from imaginated :
You couldn't offend me, even if you tried. ;)
from asdotcom :
You're right. There's not. But, and I really like Canadians regaurdless of what they think of us, I think that your healthcare system ends up screwing you over. Which is one of the reasons that so many of you don't seem to hate us too much to cross the boarder to get medical attention. But many of the drugs that you have come from clones of our drugs. You need us as much as our poor and uninsured need your drugs. Yet someone still has to fund the research and developement by using the expensive stuff. I'm sorry if I offended you. I really didn't mean to.
from imaginated :
P.S. There's nothing wrong with Canadian drugs, though I see the point you were trying to make. :oP
from imaginated :
I am so glad there are some people under the age of 65 who are passionate enough about politics to risk offending people by telling it like it is. Yay for You!
from pattymelt :
be a chest of drawers. pin underpants to your shirt.
from littledjblue :
It's really funny, and I'm going to make her take pictures for me to see. Apparently, the girls picked out what the guys would wear, and the guys picked out what the girls would wear.
from littledjblue :
My friend is going with a group, 5 girls and 5 guys, and the guys are pimps and the girls are their prostitutes. This is an idea of what *not* to be for halloween, by the way.
from waterstain :
Brazil? What? Sounds like the kind of place they'd have a lot of flies in their houses. Also, I like this latest entry. :D
from imaginated :
We should talk more... about coconuts and small german men and parmesean cheese and the plight of the blue collar worker. We could have our own conference. In Brasil. And we could call it the Chadwick Conference.
from imaginated :
You guys come up with the greatest ideas. I'm so impressed that I want to make you and Pete my king and queen... you can decide who's who.
from seducible :
When I grow up, I want to be Duke's wife. (That sounds like a marriage proposal towards you, but it really isn't.)
from seducible :
Okay, this is very weird. You should appreciate it. I was just (it's 3:38 am) going through my Martha Stewart Living magazine and in the back was an ad for Cesar's dog food. And there's this chick with her dog, and a quote printed beside the woman that reads, "Odie and I have a special language of our own." - Marlee Matlin. All I could think was that I had heard that name before, and then I realized it was from YOU and I found the entry where you mentioned her. I have no idea why I remembered such a thing. Maybe this is only weird because it's almost 4 AM and I'm really tired. But yeah...still weird to me.
from pattymelt :
you did not just slam the partridge family?!?
from littledjblue :
when do i get to hear about the trip?
from littledjblue :
welcome back.
from pattymelt :
i'll have to go check it out. i don't read her all the time but i stumbled across that entry and thought it was great! so are you working on that picture for me?
from pattymelt :
could she maybe draw something in the man boob area so you could post a pic of that body part? thanks.
from pattymelt :
exactly what yummy part of your body are those on?
from kittenkatie :
They've got lions and tigers in Kenya! http://www.weebls-stuff.com/toons/29/
from seducible :
Consider the kids kissed.
from ihearthockey :
ahwww!
from momenchance :
There were some interesting pictures in there. Glad you had a good time. :-)
from seducible :
GASP! You were in CHICAGO!? Fifteen minutes away from me? Is Bethany out of her mind?!? You all could have swung by the East Side and seen the, er, wonderful neighborhood where I live. I could have been hospitable and given you guys water to drink. Possibly even a personally guided tour through the East Side...which is ironically south of downtown. I might have even let you guys play with my cat, Omaha. This is bad. A visit to Chicago just isn't complete without meeting B. I might have even gone so far as to make you my famous cinnamon rolls. Well, forget you guys! You suck! ;) not really... I'm glad you all had fun and had a good time and a safe trip.
from imaginated :
I love pterodactyls too!
from littledjblue :
The best part of that picture of you + Keri on the beach is that guy in the background in the speedo/drag suit looking thing.
from kittenkatie :
If you think that sign is nuts, check this out: http://www.collegehumor.com/?image_id=61833
from waterstain :
You are so ahead of the crowd.
from ncrebel21 :
I completely enjoy reading your site and I think it's great you post political content that you feel to be significant. Reading the latest article you posted I was reminded of something I read about Kerry in "Rising Tide" (the RNC newsletter). Both Senators Kerry and Edwards (the nominee for VP) voted against funding for body armor, combat pay and health care benefits for the troops after both voted to authorize the war in Iraq. And Kerry just criticized the DOD for not providing troops with enough armored Humvees?? *cough* hypocrite *cough*
from littledjblue :
Hey. Hope you have fun on the roadtrip!
from ihearthockey :
ps. if you have to pay for someone to cuddle with you, that should tell you something.
from ihearthockey :
lol. oh my goodness. best thing ever.
from waterstain :
I got them at Wal-Mart of all places. They were the only pair they had left. The pants somewhat made up for the two hours I spent in their too-bright, barely air conditioned behemoth of a warehouse filled with screaming children and chinese goods. Somewhat.
from mr-knowitall :
Go Ahead, not a problem at all.
from pattymelt :
so call me as you are driving thru downtown dallas and i will run out to the highway and throw a rock at your car. be careful!
from bagelbean :
Hm. Don't forget to snatch a cowboy for me in Tennessee. Check out the Grand Ole Opry hotel and .. yeah. Cowboy. ;P
from pattymelt :
and you WILL be calling me when you are in dallas, right?
from mr-knowitall :
MMM... DE-LISH!
from mr-knowitall :
There is nothing that winds me up more than that stuff. The libs seem to love sensationalism, but all of their claims are very short on substance. To them, it's the seriousness of the charge, and not the validity of it. I'm going to call it Michael Moore Politics from now on.
from kiss-a-frog :
You know why I pulled you over? Littering and.. littering and.. littering and.. ..smoking the reefer.
from fredymercury :
HEY GIVE ME MINE BACK TOO!!! You must be stockpiling the stuff!
from nathanlane :
GIVE ME MY SEXUAL ORIENTATION BACK, DAMMIT!!!
from pattymelt :
you are totally hot!
from mr-knowitall :
hopefully a new friend named Rick too ;)
from imaginated :
I think you need a new If question... no one wants to talk about dueling any more :D but if I had to, I'd pick marshmellows. Why not?
from imaginated :
Hooray! I'm glad you liked it!
from pattymelt :
and we were JUST talking about swinging balls....
from sh0rty143 :
hilarious. :oD
from ihearthockey :
funny.
from imaginated :
Whooooo Old School! kickin it retro style! score! Rad! Sweet! Dude! Neato! Nifty! Insane in the... na.. that's a little too over the top. (even for me!)
from imaginated :
awe, no more super gold? Oh well I'll just post a comment here: Are you refering to that "lady" wrestler... cause she always creeped me out a little. *shudder* So many things wrong with that.
from ihearthockey :
lol!!!1!! 1!! !!1!
from pattymelt :
dude! the fattest of the fat were at a place that didn't serve sides (other than crackers) and no BBQ sause! only smoked meat seasoned with salt and pepper! but the servings were HUGE! which goes back to: if you eat 20 lbs of brisket, it's still 20lbs of brisket.
from kiss-a-frog :
My least favorite part is when one girl says, "I really want a brownie!" and the others say, "Yeah, She's Menstrual!" What the fuck? I hate that commercial so much.
from pattymelt :
they have nothing to do with each other. it's a stretch for a stupid tampy comercial. i hate that commercial. it's up there with the cartoon bears that shit in the woods.
from littledjblue :
Colonial Beach. My grandparents have a house literally across the street from the water. Wanna come?
from whiskeybabe :
Hey go to my diary plz! its great like frosted flakes!
from pattymelt :
thaks for taking my survey. you crack me up. i am sorry about the mom/virginia visual.
from sh0rty143 :
i see. well, fortunately that entry wasnt directed toward you.
from sh0rty143 :
:oD you disagree?
from pattymelt :
so if you are out wandering around and see my mom and dad and my nephew (who i am sure will be pretending not to know my parents) make sure and say "hi"! and how cool would that be if you really DID see them and like take a picture?
from sh0rty143 :
you're a riot, man. :oD
from littledjblue :
Yes. Very addictive. So much for being productive today!
from littledjblue :
What, so now you're leaving your office to pick your nose?? Make sure the boogers don't fall on your shirt.. gotta hate when that happens!
from asdotcom :
Liar!
from littledjblue :
yes, again. i saw you that first time! don't think you can fool me.
from littledjblue :
i just noticed you have a web cam. so now, i am WATCHING YOU. no picking your nose again, you hear?
from pattymelt :
yeah, i was on there reading this morning. i also blew $10 on that "smallville" magazine to read on the plane.
from pattymelt :
you mean like from the kryptonite website? i am bummed that pete left before he could die.
from momenchance :
And a really nice homemade centerpiece. (shudder)
from kiss-a-frog :
I especially like how my name is in " 's, as it might really be an alias I use, so that people I know in the real world won't think I spend all my time on the internet.
from sh0rty143 :
ha ha ha.. facial discrimination. you crack me up.
from kiss-a-frog :
Hi, Shaun.
from straysparrow :
Thanks. Sparrow.
from dialzero :
Read latest entry for explanation.
from pattymelt :
dude! the office is already in my queue! i have to get thru queer as folk first tho!
from littledjblue :
hi.
from ihearthockey :
what are you talking about?
from cdghost :
enjoyed reading your words
from kiss-a-frog :
Wow, you're getting all kinds of "U R HOTT!" notes! How does that make you feel?
from pattymelt :
i totally got that joke.
from red-witch :
Personally, I've always been fascinated by the amazing ability of characters to replenish their feathers, fur, skin, etc. You blow them up, they "get naked" and walk off-screen only to come back fully restored. **sigh Now if only I could do that with clothes...
from red-witch :
Just saw the birthday pics...did you get cuter since the last pic you sent me? (watch, everybody! His ears are getting red!)
from red-witch :
Just wondering...does Barbie from the Big Apple know you are cheating on her with Cinderella in the Magic Kingdom? :p
from pattymelt :
just let me know when your head gets so swollen it not longer fits thru the door. ;-)
from pattymelt :
is it working?
from pattymelt :
it's not the lunchbox. YOU are the chick magnet!
from pattymelt :
you're still cute.
from pattymelt :
how cute is that picture? is that really you?
from ktdream :
Interesting view of things. I personally don't think fighting is good anywhere. Especially if it's violent and the person's intent is to hurt someone. That's not cool. But if it's just play fighting and the people know it's a joke and all for fun, light hearted, I don't see a problem with it. You bring up good points though.
from kiss-a-frog :
Back when Dave was fun, we always talked about buying that shirt downtown at the Euro-store. He's not fun anymore, and we never bought the shirt, but that's how I thought of it.
from momenchance :
Cool pictures. Did they say what kind of vehicle takes tires like that? I've seen tractors up close, and I think they're smaller than that.
from kiss-a-frog :
Is that a Guiness shirt you're wearing? I'm sure all the princesses dig a guy who obtains all his nutrients from one drink a day.
from pattymelt :
you are so cute! what a prince!
from othelladub :
what's your favorite breakfast cereal?
from kiss-a-frog :
Thanks.
from momenchance :
Even Walt needs the occasional caffeine buzz, apparently. Interesting fact about NE football: when there's a home game and the stadium fills to capacity (every home game) it holds more people than the population of Grand Island, NE, making the stadium the third largest city in the state at those times. That one always makes me smile. Even though I'm not a football fan.
from waterstain :
Wow. What a great cake. How come I never have great cakes? I still haven't had my ice cream cake. What a miserable existence is mine!
from pattymelt :
i dont know which is coolest - the cake or the shirt? (ok, the GUY in the shirt) i could eat them both right up!
from momenchance :
I have a friend in PA who was lured to visit me in NE once by my tourism campaign: Come to Nebraska, It Sucks. I don't know what our official state motto is. Probably something to do with corn or football.
from waterstain :
Nice. What flavor was the cake? Not white, I hope. I could never give my seal of approval to a white cake.
from misspinkkate :
HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY HAPPY belated BIRTHDAY!
from kittenkatie :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
from momenchance :
Happy Birthday. :-) Have fun in FL.
from treewillow :
Happy Birthday, I hope you have a wonderful day.
from wifemotherme :
Happy Almost your Birthday!!!
from pattymelt :
can you here me laughing me ass off? really! i am. laughing. and, nope. not gonna do it. i post naked girls too. no warning for them either. i'll make it up to you.
from waterstain :
Yeah, well... *I'm* wishing you a Happy St. Patrick's Day.
from littledjblue :
happy birthday. i wanted to beat everybody else.
from momenchance :
I don't mind discussing my political views. Unfortunately for me though, I've always found politics somewhat boring. I say "unfortunately" because lately I've seen some pretty bad things happen. I ignored the 2000 elections because I just didn't care, and after all the crap died down we had Bush. I'm not a big fan of the Bush family, after hearing about them. I do lean toward the Democrat side of things, but I really don't care much what political party the President is. If Independents could vote in primaries, I'd still be a registered Independent. As long as the President is intelligent, fair, and capable I'm pretty happy. If the President goes his entire term without getting us into a war, I'm really happy. And as for Kerry...I'm pro-Bob Kerry. But that's mostly because he came from my hometown and went to the same high school I did. I'm likely to vote for Dave Landis if he ever runs for President. He comes from here, and his old educational TV show was one of my favorites among the edu-cable stuff. And he's done a lot with the community theatre, etc. He enjoys acting in plays for fun. I'd vote for him. Then again, I'd vote for Clinton if he was legally allowed to run again. Bush comes off as being kind of stupid. If he wasn't surrounded by evil geniuses, he'd never survive the White House. It would be like Quayle running things. A comedian's wet dream, sure, but a nightmare for everyone else. Lewis Black said something in one of his stand-up routines that I thought was a really good point, and funny: "We went from Dwight Eisenhower to George Bush. We went from JFK to Albert Gore. If this is evolution, I believe that in about twelve years we're gonna be voting for plants. President Phil O'Dendron. The Irish President. Easygoing, friendly, doesn't need much light or water or attention." I concur. We did a survey in my high school citizenship issues class to find where we all were on the political spectrum, from extreme conservative to extreme liberal. It was a percentage thing, between 1 and 100, with 1 being "in favor of monarchy/dictatorship" and 100 being "anarchist". I hit the scale at about 85, the most liberal one in the class. We had a Russian exchange student in that class, and they called me a Communist. I didn't mind.
from pattymelt :
your IP? no. the only reason i know his is because his freaking NAME is in it!
from momenchance :
I have no idea when the NE primaries are, but when they come around I plan to vote. The whole reason I switched my registration from independant to democrat was so I could get in on the primaries. I thought about switching again, to something like Libertarian or Green Party, just to piss off a Republican friend of mine, but it wouldn't be worth it. The lesser-known parties kind of get overlooked in the November election. And anyway, what are the chances of a Libertarian President?
from momenchance :
Man, that is a lot to have to deal with. Good luck with the ticket and the webhosting situation. As for the operation, you and your friend both have my blessings. {{{Hugs}}}
from momenchance :
What if this year, everyone not part of the Electoral College decided not to vote? Wouldn't the EC just pick a President anyway? If so, what do they need with us? Why don't they just choose the EC members for this election and let the rest of us sleep in that day? Don't get me wrong - I plan to vote. But I still think the Electoral College is total crap. It should be thrown out. Those silly commercials tell us our votes count, and they really don't. (I will not rant in other people's notes...I will not rant in other people's notes...)
from imaginated :
who knew?
from momenchance :
Just got my internet access back, sort of, and saw the last few entries. You made a good point in the one about Red Bull. If they have to put warnings on Superman Halloween costumes that wearing the cape doesn't allow you to fly, they should have to put the same warning on Red Bull. I've never looked at a can, so I don't know if there are any warnings on it, but the commercials could be misleading to people who think the Harry Potter Invisibility Cape (actual product sold in toy stores) will make them invisible. Of course, these are the people who blow dry their hair in the shower and then sue the manufacturer of the blow dryer.
from pattymelt :
you are a total badass.
from kiss-a-frog :
Oh, Shaun.
from pattymelt :
that was a fabulous note! oh, happy day! i am with you on the anna/summer thing. i like anna. and i have a small soft spot for julie cause she used to be on "days of our lives" a million years ago. and i used to not like luke but now he's kinda cute. you know, now that he is kinda a jock dork and his dad is gay? makes him not such a dick.
from pattymelt :
did you watch "smallville"? i couldn't get into it. street racing is so...over and pete is a pussy. "OC" rocked. i can't wait to see julie and the old BF get it on! (cause you know, that falls right into my fantasy world) but i wish they had let oliver totally blow up. they need to get bak on track. last nights show seemed a little "off". do you ever watch "date patrol" on TLC?
from littledjblue :
Hey, Shaun.. whatcha eatin' under there?
from littledjblue :
All you ever do is eat, and yet you're still disappearing.
from littledjblue :
Yeah, well, you should just be happy I even made it down to DC. :P
from pattymelt :
do you watch "ont tree hill"? love it. cute guys/girls, basketball, and soap opera like relationships. did i mention cute guys? it's pretty much a tie between that and the OC. when i watch either, i am in their world. can you get on that? you know, development of a VR "OC" world for me. or "OTH" i would like both. thanks!
from pattymelt :
and i had no odea you were a brak scholar! i will take a picture of myself in my brak t-shirt for you to add to your files!
from pattymelt :
although your note was quite tasty, it is nowhere NEAR as tasty as the fuddruckers brownie with chocolate frosting that i am at this moment devouring.
from cdghost :
came across your diary and enjoyed reading your words, take care-thecdghost
from pattymelt :
i totally agree. but lying "in a good way"
from pattymelt :
as a former foley's employee, guess what? the "sale" actually starts after 6pm on THURSDAY!
from pattymelt :
no, i miss it too. i love adam.
from project2501 :
Thanks a lot for the link. At first I was having the very same problem with eMule that I've been having with k'za. BUT eMule was helpful enough to teach me the art of port-forwarding, which has enhanced the performance of BOTH programs from "full-on suck" to merely "disappointing". There's still something screwy going on here, but it's definitely better.
from ihearthockey :
so not the /real/ sats. :o)
from pattymelt :
running........
from pattymelt :
oh, you sweet thing you! "that old"??? thanks.
from pattymelt :
i think about the whole "how am i effecting his life" thing all the time. i like to think i am one of those good people that make a positive difference and that the people i come in contact with aer better for knowing me. as for the pervy age thing, dude, i so know what you mean. 22/39 remember?
from ihearthockey :
i dont want to open aol so i'm noting you. ..you took the sats?
from imaginated :
yeah I'd be pissed about the anchor too. And what's with that mushroom guy not knowing what's in the chest? He lives there doesn't he? Wouldn't you have opened it if you lived there? That guy's got a lot to learn about decorating too. I mean come on! **end rant**
from momenchance :
I'm glad there wasn't anything to miss between Winamps 3 and 5. Although, this new one doesn't seem to work right either, but that could be Windows causing disagreements with everything. It likes to do that, for some reason. Maybe when I get XP on here everything will work properly...
from pattymelt :
you are so funny! teen wolf!?? do you need the slave to change the channel for you?
from momenchance :
A stand-up comic named Brian Haley had a similar idea for mayhem. He suggested going to a Denny's and messing with the waitress until she went to get a manager. Then, while she's gone, you tear the corner off a ketchup packet and hide it in your palm, with a butter knife against it. When the manager comes over to ask what's going on, pretend to stab yourself in the eye and squirt ketchup all over. The fun part is, when they're throwing you out, if you ask for a job application the law says they have to give you one.
from momenchance :
Wow, that picture...he kinda looks like the illigitimate love child of Al Pacino and Alan Thicke.
from littledjblue :
That entry about "so yesterday" made me laugh out loud, hard. :cD
from pattymelt :
dammit! i think i missed the dealine to get on the waiting list! i want a new body with a jlo ass!
from momenchance :
Man. I've lived in NE for over 20 years, and in all that time I've never seen or heard of anyone falling off the interstate. Then again, we're a pretty flat state. No hills, very few turns. It almost makes me think whoever built I-80 had getting the heck out of NE in mind...
from waterstain :
Ah, man. I've fantasized about messing with McDonald's frequency for more than a year now. I really, really wanted to steal a headset when I quit, so I could go back later and sit in the parking lot wreaking havoc.
from kiss-a-frog :
A scarf *and* tiny cookie cutters? You are the best.
from seducible :
I HAD to comment about the Hello Kitty entry. That was all my little sister got for Christmas this year. I have actually been attacked by Hello Kitty. Hello Kitty is everywhere. Perhaps one day Hello Kitty will even take over my body.
from pattymelt :
you're lying, right? she has seen keanu nekkid and you are just now mentioning it?
from sarika :
thank you, lol x
from imaginated :
my only question is, where did <i>you</i> get that reciept?!
from pattymelt :
dude! i love happy bunny! i have a shirt the says "it amazes me how stupid you are"
from pattymelt :
any time, dear.
from pattymelt :
wanna hug? i could buy you a latte....
from pattymelt :
dude, we all want more.
from waterstain :
Hey. :o) (You hadn't been noted yet today.)
from kiss-a-frog :
There is a Kum & Go in Topeka. When I was in high school, we would drive across town just to get gas there. At the Kum & Go. Oh, high school...
from momenchance :
I remember when Kum & Go took over all the 7/11s in my hometown. We immediately began calling them Ejaculate & Evacuate. I couldn't imagine a worse name for a convenience store. From the name, it sounds like a place that only sells condoms and toilet paper. Thank heavens all the Kum & Gos in my town recently went bye-bye. I hope the person who thought up that name is being sodomized with spiked baseball bats wielded by midgets.
from kiss-a-frog :
I do not hate you, nor does my cat. Could not, would not, how 'bout that?
from pattymelt :
thanks for the hamball, popeye!
from pattymelt :
thanks for the christmas present! you are too sweet!
from haddock :
Worst fad: argh too many to count! Tamagotchis - those little things that beeped until you hurled them against the wall, well, I had three. Then there was pokemon. I'm only just young enough to safely admit to that.
from momenchance :
Most Embarassing Fad: For me it's a toss-up between jelly shoes and those little sparkly decals for fingernails that had to be stuck on with wet polish.
from kittenkatie :
I LOVED the Spice Girls...I even went as far as dressing up like Baby Spice when their concerts were on tv and learning their dance moves. *hides behind a large spice rack*
from kittenkatie :
I LOVED the Spice Girls...I even went as far as dressing up like Baby Spice when their concerts were on tv and learning their dance moves. *hides behind a large spice rack*
from imaginated :
worst fad: new kids on the block... or neon clothing.
from rubysoho15 :
i liked the spice girls. they were a fad. im ashamed
from kiss-a-frog :
Worst Fad I Participated In: Believing the cool kids who said I was lame.
from littledjblue :
Because for some of us(like me), even that loud obnoxious sound that alarm clocks make can barely get us up, and definitely not a voice saying "Excuse me, it's time to get up." I used to have music playing, but after one or two times of sleeping through that and waking up when I was supposed to be somewhere, I changed it to the beeping. But I still have two alarms set, just in case.
from pattymelt :
it's a little different. if you haven't got her anything for xmas, get her some. it's only sold this time of year. or get it s=for that special someone in your life. thay way, you can rub it all on her, then lay onthe couch and enjoy the smell.
from pattymelt :
why yes, it's from bath and body works - vanilla bean noel. give it to all your girls.
from ihearthockey :
what an idiot.
from kittenkatie :
And no, I've never been to a Target (this note is a little late, sorry)
from momenchance :
Really? Is CA getting hit with the flu pretty badly? I haven't heard about it, but I tend to avoid news like the plague. I wonder if my father or my brothers have it yet.
from pattymelt :
for some reason, i don't think you were ever as stupid as your average college grad. :-)
from momenchance :
And in another hundred years, California will have found a way to break itself off from the rest of the States and launch itself into outer space, thereby making it officially an alien planet. :-)
from littledjblue :
Also, I just read your Keira Knightley entry with the conversation we had, which I hadn't seen until just now. That made me laugh, too. If I get you Keira, will you get me Orlando?
from littledjblue :
That list of headlines made me laugh out loud. :cD
from pattymelt :
ok, you have a point, mr meat.
from momenchance :
I am indeed in Nebraska. Lincoln, to be specific. Not a big football fan myself, but I'm glad people like them. The only time I cared at all about games was a short stretch of years when my cousins were on the team.
from sh0rty143 :
hurry! get anti-biotics.
from pattymelt :
and here i thought you were being dirty about the meat thing. :o
from ihearthockey :
who are "fa shizzle" and "boston leprechauns"?
from pattymelt :
any special KIND of meat?
from project2501 :
Bless you and your enchanted glowing keyboard.
from pattymelt :
have you been out to make snow angels yet?
from sarika :
youre so cute x
from kittenkatie :
How can you hate Wal-Mart? I love it! Then again, I don't have a Target around here, so it's all I have.
from kittenkatie :
Awww nice tree! (and hat, too) I can't wait for Christmas.
from haddock :
Hey ho. You seem to be taking a lot of photos of yourself at the moment. Have you got a new digital camera or something?! :o) If not you should definately get one, because digital cameras rock! www.haddock.bravehost.com
from ihearthockey :
that's one of the cutest things i've ever seen ever.
from pattymelt :
i ahve underpants just like that. and i like dorks.
from pattymelt :
yeah, i remember the coke wars. and how pissed i was abotu "the new coke" yuck! but now i drink diet coke. or fresca. yum!
from ncrebel21 :
Yet another Diarylander on a laptop using dialup. (and AOL dialup at that!)
from momenchance :
I use a 56k modem. Dial-up is slow, but I use the loading time to use the restroom or get a soda. I've learned not to sit and watch pages load, lest I freak out and fix the problem with a hammer.
from waterstain :
Dialup. 26400 bps. Day after day after day. My strength is kind of awe inspiring, isn't it?
from mzletty :
Hi! Just wanna let you know I stopped by and read your entry. Yes Dial-up sux. That's all we have for now though.
from kittenkatie :
Mmm...that food looks really good! *tummy rumbles*
from pattymelt :
totally cool about the hot chicks. i am somewhat grossed out by all that food.
from pattymelt :
thanks hun. i feel better today. not 100% but getting there. i'll try for most of the day and see how that goes.
from momenchance :
I like eating soup on the train. :-)
from ncrebel21 :
Def Leppard, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Celine Dion, Bryan Adams, Alanis Morrisette, Ozzy, Queen, Shania Twain....just a few more to add to your list...
from pattymelt :
aqnd was i a cute little short girl in your dream too? cause i am 5'9" with long blonde hair. i am evil i tell you!
from pattymelt :
i have been thinking of posting a pic of myself in my diary. so what did you think i look like? anyone famous?
from momenchance :
Does Canada count? Bryan Adams, Celine Dion, and Faith Hill are from there. Also, I believe the Barenaked Ladies are Canadian. What about a singer of Eskimo heritage? Jewel, if she's still around. Um...Robbie Williams, from England. Michael Jackson, from Mars. Yeah, I thought he was an Earthling too, but I guess he infiltrated the Jackson family a long time ago or something.
from pattymelt :
i am so glad you are updating from SA - i thought i would have to go 2 weeks without you!
from sh0rty143 :
just would like to let you know that i finally caught up on your diary. i took your advice and used another browser. and i really loved the halloween costume.. cat in the hat rawks.
from imaginated :
Have a great time in SA! P.S. That Shirt Rocks!
from asdotcom :
Yeah, for real! You're off the chain posting today!
from sarika :
dude, how many updates in one day?! x
from pattymelt :
dude, it's drugs. lots and lots of drugs wrote that song!
from momenchance :
This kind of thing happens every year. Somewhere, some smartass decides to hand out something healthy or educational instead of candy. Word spreads quick among the children, and the house is avoided at all costs for most of the evening.
from ihearthockey :
Brother, it is already cold.
from momenchance :
Wow. That's kind of scary. Like a conspiracy to coat the hands of every man, woman and child with liquid soap. Then, when we can no longer escape from our homes because our soapy hands slip right off the doorknobs, whoever is behind this will take over the world.
from ncrebel21 :
Your last entry about teflon soap was great! Thanks for clearing up that "why-men-don't-call" thing in my notes...
from waterstain :
I feel like second hand crap, but your entry about springing forward every six months made me laugh. Thought I'd say so.
from momenchance :
Apparently Yahoo doesn't provide information on any browsers that can be used with its toolbar. IE and Netscape are mentioned only once in all the help pages that have anything to do with Companion. If you do find out I can use the toolbar with Mozilla I'd happily try it out. By the way, the entry "I Thought You Should Know" was really good. I liked the poem a lot. :-)
from ann-frank :
Yeah, love the Mel Gibson Jesus struck by lightening story. I mean, what more proof does Mel need this picture is not a good idea? Anyway ... saw the banner, so I clicked on in (never really pay attention to banners anymore)...
from momenchance :
I have two other browsers on my computer. I use IE because I'm hopelessly addicted to the Yahoo Companion toolbar, and I think you can only use that with IE and some kind of Mac software. Oh, and Netscape, but I used to use that one and I hate it a lot. What I'm saying is, I either need to find a way to make IE work properly or shut up about my computer problems. :-) By the way, did you ever read the Dave Barry article about how he picked up his son from junior high in the Weinermobile? It was several years ago, but funny as heck.
from momenchance :
Hooray for babies! Does that mean the Pete's Mom Index will be changed to the Drew's Grandma Index?
from pattymelt :
that's what i was going to do! but seriously, i didn't even see him today! they pulled him in first thing and her was gone!
from pattymelt :
thatnks to you, yes, i have lots of pics to post! i will look for your girls - i try to find pics you don't see all the time, you know? i will post a dirty britney today...
from mikeygal :
Hey AS! Thaks for the tip on the single men. To bad most of those places are between 3-7 hours away. That was nice that you thought of me though!!! I will stick with my lusting over celebs. Have a great day!
from kiss-a-frog :
Wonderful to hear. Let me know as events progress.
from pattymelt :
foley's had their christmas shit out for labor day. and i have to thank you - i am a posting picture whore now.
from pattymelt :
paige? i thought the same thing! just in case you missed it? cowboys smeared the lions and the stars won again today too. life is good!
from imaginated :
Best Entry EVAR
from pattymelt :
dude, it totally sucked. i couldn't even watch it all.
from rubysoho15 :
Phhh. Who cares about Halle Berry anyways? And Britney Spears? SLUT!
from pattymelt :
never mind. i figured it out! thanks! and oh yeah...GO STARS!
from pattymelt :
go stars! about the script - do i need to change my pic to a .gif or do i just put the .jpg part where that goes. sorry this is what happens when you teach yourself!
from momenchance :
Oh man, it's a good thing I don't live in that city. Someone like that, I'd have to make him my new Special Friend. And then I'd get shot or something.
from pattymelt :
that poor dude. thanks for the dream analysis. i don't remember being "soaked" so that is good. the dream last night was actually that my shower was in the pantry of my apt. so that's better than the closet! but the shower/prosperity thing - how weird is that after i wrote about paying off my bills yesterday?????
from waterstain :
That was a hilarious note. Too bad I've already bartered off my Nelly collection.
from sarika :
kinda scary x
from ihearthockey :
aw. how sad.
from pattymelt :
i am so glad yuo got to go! go you!
from pattymelt :
who the hell came up with that shitty rule? this is america, land of credit! (but i know what you mean, i am broke til payday. even then, i am still broke)
from pattymelt :
why would going be breaking the rules? or is it just too early in the morning and i am retarded?
from pattymelt :
hockey totally rules!
from pattymelt :
if it was only to entertain yourself, and you did, then it has value. or have you not been entertained?
from pattymelt :
don't under rate the importance of a good laugh. as for being all high brow and shit or learning about yourself, that's up to you. there are a few entries where you seem to really get to your emotional side. they are few and far between but they are there. you haven't been ready to let it all hang out. maybe now you are.
from momenchance :
Do you want Gray Davis to be governor? Check __Yes or __No.
from pattymelt :
nothing of value? the pete's mom stuff is excellent! and there have been a few really good ones in there. you know, like the one i wrote. kidding. there are some good ones in there. do i have to go back and read you whole diary to find them? maybe this weekend...
from pattymelt :
you're not the boss of me!
from littledjblue :
Can I pre-order one of those calenders from you? :cD
from sarika :
*gets out calander* hmm, that depends... would you class that as an act of sensitivity or a bad-boy? :p x
from sarika :
thats not what I mean! People arent two-dimentional...everyone(ish) has a sensitive side and a darker side...but if the *results* say women are more attracted to one either side of their period, it probably just means they notice acts of sensitivity/bravado more than usual. Doesnt mean anyone has to change who they are!! At least that was my take on it x
from sarika :
see? theory never fails. Like I said, it makes sense... :p x
from sarika :
let me guess. are they single? Or did you not know them very well? x
from sarika :
but then...how many people do you know who are entirely one or the other? Even bad-boys have their sensitive days...!! x
from sarika :
makes sense in my head...were subconsciously looking for a sensitive-potential-father for a potential-child!
from pattymelt :
i love you every day of the month. period or not. mwah!
from mriggy :
i thiiink the link you put up for your homepage on the "thinking out loud" entry is either wrong, or my computer's insane. apparently if you just put in anonymoussuperhero.com without the www in front, you get some kind of crazy business site....unless you are that business....then this would be a completely useless entry...yes....and this is where i stop rambling. goodbye
from pattymelt :
how funny is it that we were JUST talking about tampon product placement? what's next?
from pattymelt :
i like joey but really not rachel and ross. together or not. ross is s goober. i like chandler. the funniest part was when frank jr was telling everone which kid was which and frank jr jr was pulling tampon out of that ladies purse. can you say "product placement"?
from momenchance :
Yeah, but the Pine Pinto was a major fire hazard. One tiny bump to the rear end and the whole car went up in flames. Boiling sap flying everywhere...not a pretty sight.
from sh0rty143 :
you're too funny. might want to watch your back.. :oD
from pattymelt :
did you not see carrie? i am sure there are some backwoods people out there that dont' tell their daughters abotu peroirds...oh, wait, i bet they don't have electricity either...
from pattymelt :
i thought the exact same thing when i saw that news item. for those of yuo that don't realize that the people on TV probably don't REALLY drink coke, but they want YOU to so BUY COKE NOW. does this really work? oh, yeah, on stupid people. oh, and what are they going to do with the tampon commercials? i haven't seen any product placement for that yet....
from waterstain :
there's a llama and ostrich farm up the road from me (which is different from 'down the road,' where the tiger farm resides). not that this is relevant to either your entry or fuddrucker's, but i figured you might be wondering.
from pattymelt :
i don't think they have ostrich here in texas. :-(
from waterstain :
I really liked the entry about sitcoms. And I don't even watch sitcoms. (Seinfeld and Frasier having been the occasional exception.)
from sarika :
tele? or do you mean telly? :P x
from pattymelt :
i'm supposed to flush the transmission? kidding. i should be fine. well i am. but my car should be too!
from pattymelt :
i need to get my oil changed this weekend. it better not cost more than $30!
from momenchance :
I was married for two years, to a guy who was absolutely convinced he was a dragon. I have since met several other people who believe they are something other than human. I don't know how this happens, or why, but it can be entertaining. As long as one doesn't marry them...
from pattymelt :
classic alien complex! whoot whoot! anal probes!
from waterstain :
10pm would be out. nine is great, eleven is good, but ten is consistently when i bottom out right before my second wind. similarly, 10am is always a bad hour for me, but i usually sleep through it, so it's the lesser evil in this case.
from imaginated :
You still owe me a movie. email me at work tonight if you want. we'll talk.... about what time you're going to pick me up.
from pattymelt :
dood, so melancholy! now, i'm depressed. you and mikey need to talk....
from pattymelt :
mmmm orange chicken! have you ever had the twice fried noodles? they look kinda gross but they are really good!
from pattymelt :
glad you survived to "big storm"! mikey is on her way home and we did a little damage here. not too much. too cool on the new pete's mom....
from kittenkatie :
Storms can be fun. I love thunder and lightning!
from pattymelt :
dressed as a pirate, perhaps? take pictures! and just be careful, you fool!
from pattymelt :
stay dry and blow up those arm floaties!
from pattymelt :
i will let you know if i see it come back up. the only reason i saw it was because i watched that royals thing on prince william (yum)
from pattymelt :
actually a grilled chicken salad. there is no way it would be considered in any way mexican.
from pattymelt :
hey! and did you see that thing on A&E about the MTM show last sunday? cool show. not as cool at MTM autobiography but still funt o watch. (i say all this cause i just saw the comment you left about me on your profile) can you tell i am SO ready to go home?
from pattymelt :
it looks like you are as excited about work as i am! and you know i kept waiting for you to whip that last entry into a pete's mom entry. you did kinda but not really. it's raining and i am ready for a nap (not a siesta cause i had a salad for lunch not mexican)
from asdotcom :
PSA: My e-mail is back to working condition. -AS!
from sarika :
We were staying with my dad's friend's family -so we started off in Arizona. (Flagstaff, Phoenix..and there was huge amounts of snow with was insane -and it wasnt even that cold which was mad, i mean, people would be wearing T shirts!! As in local people. In 6 inches of snow.)..went to california, (did disneyland! Although i'm not much into rides or anything..) erm..went to Las Vegas...i cant really remember going anywhere else, was a fair few years ago. It was interesting, the culture is very different. I found everything somewhat big and impersonal, and some people were kinda amusing "OH my Gawd! youre from England! Wow, that's, like next to Germany!!" Although I'm sure theyre not all like that, I did notice a general lack of knowledge about what goes on in the rest of the world...but everyone was so sweet and friendly (and enthusiastic!) that it was fun. I use too many brackets/dots/exclaimation marks's/etc and this is very long, i apologise!! x
from sarika :
lol, I'm not offended, i was joking. And I guess you're right. I'm all for making language more...colourful. And I have been across the pond and I seriously don't understand the obsession with a British accent. Everyone we met thought we were "soo cool"... bizarre... x
from sarika :
I don't sound british? I don't really know what to say. I'm bloody pissed off. (is that better?!) Brits dont use a huge amount of british-slag in comparison to the huge number of "americanisms" that float about...And the baseball thing. Yeah. So many, and they all confuse me. Like what's that "first base/second base /etc" thing all about? Or are you people too coy to say what you really mean? and what do you really mean? I'm intruiged... x
from pattymelt :
sometimes i forget how fucking funny you are!
from pattymelt :
can i help it that the thought of you pressed up against some random, pantyless stranger makes me want to leave you a note?
from sarika :
ah. you americans are crazy with your expressions. How many baseball-related-phrases do you have?!! cheers x
from kittenkatie :
Sounds like a fun concert ;) No underwear, you say? Sounds familiar. I wish Dashboard & MxPx came here.
from sarika :
...and your partner isnt aware of this diary? :P x
from pattymelt :
i'll remember that next timei go to a concert...no panties and cute boys pressed up against me.....
from imaginated :
You Sly Dog You! *wink wink*
from ncrebel21 :
BRAVO for your entry "sick'n tired". I concur, especially about extroverts trying to impose their skewed beliefs on us introverts....
from littledjblue :
how come you're all alone?
from pattymelt :
when i go to the movies by myself, i usually sit on the back row so at least i can limit who sits around me. then, during th eprviews, i can move if i want! i was the only person in the 200 seat theater for "american wedding"!
from waterstain :
I rarely have someone to accompany me to the theater. You should try going to the movies by yourself and end up being the only person who bought a ticket to that showing. It's lonely until you realize that you could run up and down the aisles without any clothes on if you wanted to and probably wouldn't get caught. Of course, 'probably' is the key word in that otherwise liberating revelation, which in this case turns out to be quite the buzz kill. </story>
from waterstain :
You know Paige was in my dream the other night? In fact, most of the Trading Spaces people were. I had a dream about a home design show. Wow, I'm sick.
from pattymelt :
thanks for the OC update. i love the way yuo tell it (just like i would) and thanks for the pete entry. talk about douches...
from sarika :
i kinda feel sorry for this Pete guy... x
from imaginated :
hows about you me and a pizza? p.s you still owe me a movie. Pick me up at 8.
from pattymelt :
sounds like someone is feeling better!
from wllybere :
Oh puddin... had I known you were sick I would've dropped everything!! How are you feeling? Are you better?? I'm SOOO sorry you're sick!! :P (How was that?)
from waterstain :
So... how many days' worth of Percocet did they give you? :o) Man, you're so lucky. Also, I got my phone today. Thanks. (This is me being too lazy to send an email.)
from sarika :
im sorry, ear infections are a bitch. Hope you feel better soon x
from waterstain :
Poor Muffin? lol... that was funny. I gave you my pity in instant message form yesterday, but here's a little more to tide you over: I'm really sorry about the ear infection. I know what it's like. They aren't nearly as fun as they sound.
from imaginated :
Lay On The Guilt A Little Thick? Good, That's The Way I Likes It. I too enjoy a good pity party. Next time send me an invitation. Ok Good. Now that that's out of the way... POOR MUFFIN! I have an ear infection at least once a year (or at least I did every year until I was about 15). I think now would be a good time to eat those smarties. Cause then you would be smart and not have an ear infection. Or whatever. Happy Recovery
from pattymelt :
you must be feeling pretty bad for this pity party to still be going on! wholy crap, batman! it's been a good 30 years since i had an ear ache...i am not sure what to tell you to do. dr? can't he stick some kind of ear vacume in there and suck out anything bad? or give you some drugs with codine?
from straysparrow :
I`ve never had an ear infection, but I had a bug in my ear once... its was awful. I wouldn`t wish that upon anyone. Hope you feel better soon. Sparrow.
from kiss-a-frog :
Oh your ear will be fine. You can try putting those drops in that doctors give out, but they've never worked for me. Take some pain meds and try not to get water in it.
from ihearthockey :
:o( hope you feel better tomorrow, big bro.
from kittenkatie :
Try blowing the hair dryer on your ear for a bit (low setting). I hear that helps.
from pattymelt :
hey, i didn't think that was funny. but i am having my monthly outage right now so maybe that's the problem.
from o0stardust0o :
yeah it was me.but i warn you i havent used that/this diary for years.or any diary for that matter.i usually rant at the television instead. well thanks for saying im sane.i used to think i was normal and then the school took us all to belgium so i had to spend a week in close proximity to a lot of people i dont enjoy the presence of 8 hours a day anyway. then i realised i was actually quite restrained. also i think im the only person ive ever met who reads bitch and adbusters. well except for the people i met when i turned up on the adbusters doorstep one afternoon. but thats another story. i suppose i shouldnt say too much. you could be a mad stalker and im already disconcerted by the fact that you found such an old defunct diary and made the connection.
from waterstain :
Heh... ASPD. That made me chuckle /twice/. I approve.
from pattymelt :
it's note a "guy" thing - i like to do it too!
from sarika :
the petes-"mom" stuff is so funny x
from sarika :
wow, looks like I've found my double! great minds think alike :p x
from sarika :
wow, you rock! And i do mean that in the cheesy american way! Not that I'm a cheesy american. Anyway. Youre the coolest superhero-type i've ever known of.
from red-witch :
If they are going to charge $100 bucks for a keyboard it should be waterproof!
from wllybere :
Oh, don't be sad... it's been open since this morning. Plus if I lock it again, the username is wllybere and the password is guest. Original, eh?
from littledjblue :
man, i'm still thinking about those nachos from red robin, and how i want some of them. mm.
from ihearthockey :
hahaha. i just saw the sponsored by vans.
from imaginated :
Uh, I'm too lazy to email the other guy so you'll have to tell me why that 'finch' guy owes you money.. ok? good deal!
from imaginated :
That keyboard story broke my heart. That super sucks Hero. Super. Sucks. Makes me wish I had a money tree to share. You should make a donation account with paypal.. like "buy me a new keyboard" fund. Yeah, super-sucks. Sorry SuperGuy.
from waterstain :
I'm lending you my lucky Tuesday.
from pattymelt :
you little shit! i HATE it when i mispell words and leave it to YOU to find my mistakes! and know what's really scary? i did it twice! (but it's fixed now, thank you very much)
from pattymelt :
dude, think about it! if your dead, you shit your shorts. how would they be able to tell if your panties were ever clean to begin with? post mortum poop test?
from mikeygal :
Wow my Pattymelt is famous thanks to AS!! The whole time I was reading that I kept hearing the Mrs. Robinson song in the back ground. Stifler's mom has nothing on Pete's mom or Mrs. Robinson! Great entry. much love MoMo
from mikeygal :
Wow my Pattymelt is famous thanks to AS!! The whole time I was reading that I kept hearing the Mrs. Robinson song in the back ground. Stifler's mom has nothing on Pete's mom or Mrs. Robinson! Great entry. much love MoMo
from mikeygal :
Wow my Pattymelt is famous thanks to AS!! The whole time I was reading that I kept hearing the Mrs. Robinson song in the back ground. Stifler's mom has nothing on Pete's mom or Mrs. Robinson! Great entry. much love MoMo
from imaginated :
that's like one time this woman I sort of knew had a baby and I wished her "happy baby" and everyone started laughing... I don't understand.... why do we have to say "congratulations" when most people can't even spell it?!
from imaginated :
Why do you hate Daryl?
from stats01 :
fantastic banner. you forever have my heart for it.
from cookie-bitch :
Your bumper sticker banner suckered me in and I just wanted to let you know you cracked me up today. Thanks!
from imaginated :
and that entry is why they call you Hero! You should use those as your banners... if not.. I will!
from kittenkatie :
Farmers are evil and smelly.
from imaginated :
I don't know if anyone's told you lately but... you smell like AIM.
from imaginated :
That is because I hate AIM and use Messenger. P.S I was looking for you too.
from imaginated :
well apparently I'm not only retarded and slow but I repeat everything I say for added effect. In any case, I think it's a valid question... I'm going to walk away now, while I still have some dignity. Or I could just blame it on the drugs, yeah! them cold pills made me do it. I SWEAR!
from imaginated :
So what kind of superhero stuff do you actually do?
from imaginated :
So what kind of superhero stuff do you actually do?
from ihearthockey :
happy (belated) 501!
from ihearthockey :
aw. :o) that was so cute!
from pattymelt :
yeah, i figured that's what it was. him just being male.
from kittenkatie :
I hate when people smoke around me..blah...
from imaginated :
that's right my annonymous friend, 22 hours straight. I'd have done more but they were going shopping so, you know how it is. HAHAHA yeah... Dee = Queen of Sloth. ;)
from pattymelt :
i am home, showered, lotioned and a pizza is on the way! and it's friday! much better!
from iwillsurvive :
Happy Random Guestbook Signing Week! (or in this case, Notes signing, lol). Interesting title on your journal. Hope you are having a great day! PS: Pass it on!
from kittenkatie :
I LOVE Mario Kart! I wish I owned it!
from imaginated :
So you have all these systems but no dreamcast, no sega saturn, no gamecube and no gameboy advance sp? Talk about shock and awe. ;) Have fun... play safe.
from waterstain :
Next time I think you should have a trail of pictures of bread crumbs.
from kittenkatie :
Tee hee, that was a short adventure which lead me here. Have a nice day AS!
from pattymelt :
mmmmmmm....peanut butter capt crunch milk....even better? a WHOLE fucking box of the stuff at once!
from catsfriend :
Hi there, I did just stumble across your diary and I wanted to let you know that I am new here at diaryland. I have a diary consisting of poems, just in case you were interested, so check it out. The diary is catsfriend. Thanks for "reading" this, ~Amy
from littledjblue :
whitey? you're calling ME whitey? like you can talk, mr. i'm-so-white-when-it-snows-i'm-camouflaged
from pattymelt :
i can't believe you didn't post pics of bruce and wolverine for comparison!
from waterstain :
I love you, too, superhero of mine. Rest. Today is sure to be the Wednesday of our lives! Well, probably not, but feel better anyway.
from imaginated :
I love ya and think your special... if that helps. Cause it's true. *Smiles*
from kiss-a-frog :
!! I saw the "politicians lie!" study too, and I almost fell out of my chair laughing. To think that they spent millions of dollars conducting this survey, when they could have asked any of us for $5.
from pattymelt :
not going anywhere. jsut taking some timeoff. and can i tell you? i am excited! i spent the mornig shopping garage sales and only spent $20. got some cool stuff for my porch flower garden. but that's monday's project. the rest of the day i think i am going to lay around and read and then go get my dad a bday present. have a great weekend!
from sh0rty143 :
i like slinkies. :o)
from ihearthockey :
wrong. broccoli cheddar soup in a bread bowl from panera.
from pattymelt :
i'll play your little game! even tho i am busy as a crapweasel today. have a great weekend! i am almost on vacation!
from ihearthockey :
guess what i had for lunch today.
from imaginated :
Well I'll be a monkeys uncle. You are the coolest superhero of all. I'll never again believe what they say about your Mr. Superhero Sir. I'm sorry to have ever doubted you. All that stuff about the rubber chicken and the coloured duct tape must be false. hahaha... yeah.... completely unbelieveable.... right...
from markybob00 :
i approve! :-D
from pattymelt :
more like suing the milk and beef industry for causing MY flatulence!
from asdotcom :
It's funny that you would post from behind a fake diaryland name to tell me that. The fact of the matter is, I tried to salvage what I could while I could. Didn't work. Something tells me you could relate to at least one of the classifications. Maybe you should do your part to fix your situation. What's good for the goose... Also, a diary is a place where you write about your innermost thoughts and feelings. That's the point of a diary, friend. No hard feelings.
from unkept :
you seem like a practical kind of guy, so here's an idea. go to the people you care about and find out what the problem is instead of hiding behind a diary and writing about them. that's how most people do it anyway, and, hey, it might make your life a little easier. just a suggestion.. no hard feelings.
from ihearthockey :
oh, but wolverine would beat the xxx guy.
from ihearthockey :
vin diesel.
from squishyvan :
You're right. Thank you. :)
from kittenkatie :
The last one means no flats or sharps (music wise)?
from squishyvan :
You make me laugh! (In a good way, of course!) The meat picture was so incredibly random.
from waterstain :
Hi. I'm here to leave a note regarding your pants entry.
from kittenkatie :
True, you need pants in public.
from imaginated :
You make me laugh everyday. Mostly its because of stuff I would have said if I had thought of it first, come to think of it I'll probably say it even though you said it first. I'm a dork that way. Anyway thanks for the laughs buddy!
from pattymelt :
it was this one guy talking to this guys mother (you don't know it's a mom at first) and she is telling him how to take care of her dog (they are standing in the kitchen) and he says "what if he is bad?" and she says "you know what i do to bad boys..." and grabs him to kiss him. cut to 3 guys in a bar. and one guy says "can we quit talking about my mom now?" or close to that. i thought of you and pete's mom...watch for it this weekend. i am sure it will be on during some sports thing.
from pattymelt :
have you seen that new miller light commercial with the guy and his friends mom? i think someone has been reading about pete's mom!
from whittywoo :
hey, i can totally relate to making extremely valid observations and comments and receiving awkward silences in return. what is that about?!
from sh0rty143 :
that's an awesome dream. :oD i wna be the code man.
from pattymelt :
what about the toilet paper issue? over or under?
from kittenkatie :
HAPPY EASTER! My friend works at the movie theatre, so I see free movies all the time anways. Sorry to rain on your parade...have some chocolate!
from littledjblue :
..that post on friendships is *exactly* what i needed to read tonight. how'd you know?
from pattymelt :
pound colon...haha! he got you on that one.
from waterstain :
Hope ya don't die.
from kittenkatie :
Get well soon AS! *mwah*
from jamita :
sick sucks. i think the saying goes "feed a cold and starve a flu" so i hope you are starving :o)
from ihearthockey :
you better not get me sick!! ..i mean.. hope you feel better soon!
from haddock :
Note: Purplesnuff has become haddock. I'm sorry you're puking!
from sh0rty143 :
yeah.. that's just weird. :oD
from pattymelt :
fabio! that's classic!
from pattymelt :
dude, i wish i was 17 almost everyday...mmmmm...the days when a TOUCH could take my breath away. just seeing someone would make my day. not to mention i was a size 7 and had huge c cups! why the fuck don't we ever know what we have until it's gone! dammit!
from kittenkatie :
I heard that Americans were changing all things "french" to "freedom" (ex. Freedom fries, freedom toast, etc). Is it actually true? It seems a little bit immature if it is.
from kittenkatie :
You're allowed to say that she's hot; Hilary Duff looks like she's 20-something. Wowies.
from straysparrow :
Sweet Book. It was just what I was looking for. Thanks for the advice. Sparrow
from project2501 :
Yeah boy, that's...pretty sad. Sad sad sad. So...um...I'd be very interested to know if that iGesture thing is as cool as it looks. Maybe you could tell me how you like it, you sad person you. Thanks.
from kittenkatie :
Happy Belated Birthday Shaun!
from waterstain :
Evidently, I was the only person in the known universe to not leave you a birthday note. Happy Saturday.
from wilted-daisy :
Happy Birthday!
from kathiec :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! Have a great day... heck, have a great year! Love and birthday hugs Kathie
from youscareme :
Hi this is Misty from dland-bdays ... just wanted to wish you a happy birthday and I hope it's fantastic!! :-)
from girl-aflame :
Happy birthday and congratulations on the NAG award ;)
from moonshine76 :
Happy Birthday!!!
from mystical76 :
Hi! Happy birthday!
from prncsaimee :
Happy Birthday! I hope you have a fantastic day!
from dlandbdays :
Happy Birthday!!! I hope you have a beautiful day, and may all your dreams and wishes come true.
from jamita :
It's your day, celebrate.
from dlandbdays :
You have a great diary, and I had a wonderful time visiting. Keep up the awesome work.
from littledjblue :
happy birthday
from ihearthockey :
noooooo!!!
from kittenkatie :
I don't really care if a guy has a "hot bod", as long as I find him attractive, and he likes me back.
from pattymelt :
you are brilliant. truly a superhero! kisses!
from waterstain :
After even more deliberation, I've concluded that's a very poor idea indeed. Better luck next time.
from ihearthockey :
no. you crazy, man.
from kissofgod :
er. My answer come out 136. *grins* Oh gullible me. Love you diary. Peace.
from pattymelt :
i want a hot bod! i have always wanted a hot bode, you know like sarah michelle gellar. yeah, she's hot!
from ihearthockey :
oh man. that reminds me of that hot guy that sat behind us last night with his girlfriend. he was slammin'! ok, bye.
from purplesnuff :
I would rather have a great body rather than a mate with a great body. This is because if you have a great body, you are far more likely to attract a mates with a great bodies. Therefore, it would be killing the two birds with one stone. Plus, then i could wear stuff i would never normally touch with a bargepole ie bikinis, crop tops, miniskirts, boob tubes (not that i want to wear a boobtube, but it would be nice to be able to)
from pattymelt :
i think i'll write that number down in case i am ever in the area....casue i AM slutty!
from kittenkatie :
Thank you AS! *mwah*!
from pattymelt :
is lizzie your valentine?
from mikeygal :
I don't know if it will be offed we will have to wait for initial ratings and such. Why did you want to apply to be a contestant? We could always use a good superhero. Anyway I loved the gots wears shades bit! You could have referenced the song... I wear my sunglasses at night so I can....lalala you know the rest! Much love Mikey
from sh0rty143 :
mine was 139.. did i do something wrong? :oD hehehe!
from purplesnuff :
I got 119. I love the mathy thing; very groovy. Is it possible to get less that 100 or more than 200?
from kiss-a-frog :
You douche. My number was 115. Hey, if you used your birthday as the example, you were born the day after I was!
from jamita :
my number was 111, fyi.
from ravieslave :
my number was "fuck you". i mean that lovingly. really. ;)
from pattymelt :
i like lots of stuff you do!
from pattymelt :
you wisenheimer! where are you now that i need to beat someones (your) ass?
from littledjblue :
But AS, you DO have windows in your office.. they just happen to go from into the hallways, instead of outside.
from pattymelt :
tell her 'hi' back! and yeah, i know you guys have to work, but i, too, would like it better if the company boy toys could help me keep the supply room a little busier!
from pattymelt :
how is pete's mom doing?
from pattymelt :
i think you are a totally hot, with-it dude!
from kittenkatie :
You're worth more $ than me? *tear*
from littledjblue :
i think you should update your diary more often. :cD
from littledjblue :
hi. thanks for being such a rockin' boss. bye.
from pattymelt :
there is absolutly NOTHING wrong with PBJ's - everything is good with PB.
from sh0rty143 :
mmm... ben & jerry's....
from que-suerte :
ahw. you make me blush inside my mouth.
from nevabitter :
The Monkey diary was hilarious. Perfect. Needs to be published mainstream. You ought to submit it somewhere. I don't know where... but it's really entertaining. ~Nev
from kittenkatie :
I update regularly (usually, anyways)...
from pattymelt :
dood, i updated. bot nobaody else has. fuckers!
from mikeygal :
Your posts are so random they crack me up. Lately I have had that stupid xmas song that goes the weather outside is frightful but inside it's so delightful if you no place to go. Let it Snow Let it snow let it snow. I will burst out into random concerts around my house every so often.
from jamita :
I say you ambush Daryl, cut him off at the knees, and then laugh at him while he begs for your help.. you know how to do it, afterall, you are AS!
from shrty16 :
hiya person just stopped by to say hi!!!
from largeglass :
I Totally Agree w/your stellar commentary on Analyze This/That, yadda yadda. i fully remember groaning at the trailer the First time i ever saw it... and when they come out with Analyze Some Other Thing you and i have to hurt some people in Hollywood [maybe ninja style]. by rights, we should already get to...
from kittenkatie :
You do look pretty hot in that punk costume. :) (ps. I was also a punk for Halloween) Go us!
from que-suerte :
most definitely
from que-suerte :
let's have a bad week together.
from pattymelt :
you are hot for a poser. just kidding. you are hot just by being you!
from kittenkatie :
Cheer up AS! :) Because I said so, and Canadians are tougher than you think, so you better obey! grr...
from mikeygal :
I think pattymelt and I are your biggest fans we always leave you notes...anyhoo. That is funny about your new vocab I do that all the time. Like the word faded - means drunk or Savage - has multiple meanings kewl or mean whatever ya know and Murder- if something is totally bad then its Murder. I know great vocab for a teacher
from pattymelt :
i know many ways to cheer you up. wanna play?
from mikeygal :
Your latest entry made me laugh. I think we are about the same age and due to not being able to find a permanent teaching job I still live with my parents too. But they laugh cuz I have a laundry hamper but most of my clothes still end up on the floor.
from mikeygal :
Mikeygal's superhero!! Dude I am still awaiting on a note in my diary from the all famous superhero. So do you wear underwear and fly around in tights. j/k Pattymelt and I need some time of conformation on the hottness factor. Sorry about your boring ass meeting but it can't compare to substitute teaching middle school AAAaaaaaaahhhhhh....have a great turkey day!
from littledjblue :
i don't think you should scare your workers when they're trying to be good and work hard for you, because that's kind of..scary, i guess. although funny, too. but scary still because it's no fun to be worrying about somebody sneaking up on you.....
from pattymelt :
rats! i really was hoping for a pic of you in those boxers!
from jamita :
Congrats on 10,000 hits. It seems like just yesterday that you began your diary. Oh, how we grow up so fast *tear*.
from pattymelt :
how funny is this? (my name is patty - da - btw) i am talking to mikeygal on the phone when i read your last entry! and you are totally HOT in my fantasies....
from pattymelt :
i don't think you are in any way gay for having a diary! i think you are hot! (or at least you are in my dreams!)
from kittenkatie :
Oh my god! That "Katie, beautiful Katie..." song (right after the Hockey Monkey remix) used to haunt me all the time when I was little, but I haven't heard it (or have been able to find it) for years. Wow, that brings back memories...Thanks AS for returning my childhood to me :) lol
from asdotcom :
Hey, me. Listen, I just wanted to let you know I really enjoy your diary. Also, while others may think it's vaguely gay that you write in a diary, I do not agree with them. Keep up the good work.
from ifeellucky :
hey. i confess....i am the zoomtown UC reader. you don't know me at all...but i happened to be searching through cincinnati diaries, and came across you listed as someone's favorite. i enjoy your stuff!!! you're funny! jenny
from mikeygal :
You are to funny your story about the cereal many that boggles the mind. I think about crazy stuff like that too. My friends and I call it the what if game!
from jamita :
The hockey monkey song made me getting out of bed this morning worthwhile. Thanks!
from waterstain :
I only have 78 more entries than you, and I've been writing almost exactly a year longer than you have. Also, I'm bedtime bear, which is mildly ironic since it's four in the morning.
from que-suerte :
:-D
from que-suerte :
hah. the soap song. you rock my face.
from howdyiggy :
i sure didn't blink. mainly cos i always forget to read your diary and i'm just going through them all now top to bottom. oh well
from sh0rty143 :
i soo blinked :oD jamie blinked once
from kittenkatie :
I have a station wagon *hides*
from jamita :
I have seen something funnier than a baby on board sign.. It was a little sticker stuck to the window nearest the front door of a house.. the sticker said "In case of emergency, please rescue my pets"
from largeglass :
well, i'm several days late... and i know i forgot something... uh, it's so embarassing when this happens... hon, where are my magazines????? nah, you didn't... : ) xoxo! but hey, we got some eggs!
from ihearthockey :
..i flush with my foot.
from ihearthockey :
celery + peanut butter = yummy.
from kittenkatie :
Hello AS, I see that you're getting a bunch of replies to your dream. I like how you edited my analysis, eh. (Yes, that was done purposely) Talk to you soon. Bye

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