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Thursday, August 21, 2008

11:20PM - For the love of God

Errhhh.... ummm...

So, I work at a pie shop now. Me eat pie. Pie good.

I need more LIZARDS.

I like my new apartment. It is centrally located... to our families and school and work and things.

Well, I guess that's it.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

5:39PM - Did I Just Say the Villabouts of the Whereain Kelly? ... 'Cause I've Been Doing That a Lot Lately

I like livejournal. Posting occasionally is good fun! Well, it's close to fun in any case. Yes, livejournal, you are a great site, I will post in you.

I found out yesterday that Jackson Publick, writer for The Venture Brothers, has a livejournal site. Season Three of The Venture Brothers is out now. I haven't caught it, but I am hoping it is as funny as the last two.

I just ate the most delicious PB&J in the WHOLE world.

Walter, the panther chameleon I bought for Christmas, has transformed into such a beautiful adult. His color patterns run from bright red stripes to dark blue stripes and mixtures in between, and his body can be any mixture of lime green to deep blue, with various shades of green and blue in between. He needs a new cage soon, 24 x 24 x 48 (inches) screen cage is in order. I am moving into a new apartment with our roommate at the end of this month, so I'm thinking of the great ways I can grow large outdoor hibiscus to create a patio habitat for Walter as well. Hibiscus have absolutely beautiful flowers, and they make perfect plants for chameleons.

I couldn't be happier with owning a chameleon. Dogs are equally as needy as small children, and while I absolutely love dogs (much more than I love children), I could never conscientiously commit to owning one unless I had my own house. Chameleons need a decent amount of space and particular conditions, but meeting rainforest-like conditions in Texas is not hard. They are remarkable animals, and generally like to be left alone, with intermittent interaction. Walter climbs on our heads now, it's hilarious. If I can ever manage to get my own house, I would dedicate my garage to chameleons, and get a nice pump spray system and all that good stuff.

I have other ideas for growing plants as well.

I am extremely excited to be vacating this apartment complex. The apartments I found are so close to many restaurants I would work at, and merely 5 minutes away from school. The biotechnology program is getting me excited about biology again, although dedicating my life from now until age 30 to get a PhD sounds so painful. I know my salary will make up for it, yet I shrink from the thought of being poor for so long!

Boosh!

Well, things are super good! I would have gone to Columbia with my dad and brother, but the moving got in the way. I regret not being able to go but there will always be a trip next year.

"There are plenty of tards out there living really kick ass lives. My ex-wife was tarded. She's a pilot now."

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

1:57AM - Scott Tenorman Must Die

I started a nation at nationstates.net. It seems like it might be a haven for board-whores, but my country totally rules. And shit.

I re-played Morrowind and beat it and it was an anti-climactic ending and I need to play Oblivion. I NEED TO! But first I need an XBox 360.

Well, school seems to be going well so far, which is verra good.

In any case, I've got to go to bed.

Monday, March 19, 2007

5:20PM - dreads are gone

now i have a bob. it's interesting. and fun.

Thursday, March 8, 2007

4:50PM - jesus is magic

i have to say that i am in love with comedy.

i've been coughing for what seems like a month now. i quit smoking cigarettes months and months ago.

i recently heard the band gojira. in my opinion it's really really sweet metal. it sounds very deep and powerful and melodic; they also have very unique rhythms that are super great.

i don't wanna sound like a queer or nothin', but i think unicorns are kick ass.

uhhhh.... i think that's it for now.

Thursday, March 1, 2007

5:06PM - from now i'm "this" and not "me"

I received a free laptop.

Monday, December 18, 2006

8:35PM - "i'm ok with that"

for some reason i keep saying i'm ok with everything that is going on. i don't know why i'd be saying that though. it's like i'm talking to myself via a public journal entry. haha, interesting... and INSANE. AHHHHHHHHHHHH.

Friday, December 15, 2006

1:52AM - orchestra and video games

this sunday i will be attending the trans siberian orchestra's performance at the toyota center. the commercials for said event have been in the style of a circus or disney-on-ice event with less circus and disney and more guitars and long flowing hair. i'm going with ben, which is a story in itself (to be told later in this post).

i've been playing Final Fantasy XII and it's pretty cool. the targeting system, the battle system, the license system, the gambit system, and the party system are all pretty cool. that's quite a lot of cool. i'm getting ready to leave the first area of the game after almost 12 hours of gameplay, so... i'm excited, impatient, and anxious all at the same time. an interesting combination of feelings.

tonight my car started crapping out in a bad way. i'm upset. my car has lasted well thus far but is not meeting more recent challenges. they have been numerous and retarded, so i guess this was bound to happen. i'm still not very happy about it. it seems like a few minor problems, i just wish it wasn't broken.

ben and i "broke up" a couple of weeks ago. i use quotations because we never actually started or stopped seeing each other. it's pretty ridiculous. not in a bad way. just in a silly way. this entire relationship has been silly and weird.

Sunday, November 5, 2006

4:12AM - laquerhead sets his skull on fire

ahhh... primus. over the mere months that i have been listening to them, they have become my favorite band. as my favorite band, i doubt they will ever be replaced.

that said, i was very disappointed with the concert. don't get me wrong, they played well. in fact, primus is one of the only bands that sounds better live than on cd. les claypool did play his upright bass in one song. but... they only played for an hour and a half. on top of that, they only played a couple of my favorite songs. they didn't play "those damned blue-collar tweekers" or "tommy the cat" or "sgt. baker" or "southbound pachyderm" or much of anything really. tim alexander didn't play a drum solo. i don't know. it was just so hasty and not thorough and not primus. i don't know.

i just learned that they're only touring for about 2 months, which is by no means as extensive as (most) tours generally are, so it could just be something that they didn't really want to do. still.

when they left the first time i was thinking "hey, intermission. another hour left!" and then they came back a minute or so later and i thought "this isn't right" and then they left again and i thought "you're kidding me."

afterwards i went back to ben's place and we watched the dvd from "animals should not act like people" with his roommate and saw videos and random footage of the band. that was interesting because their videos are amazing, especially the video to "mister krinkle", and the members of the band are funny so their home videos are entertaining.

hopefully primus does another tour in the future, and hopefully they make it a good one.


i decided that i don't like gwar enough to justify going to their concert for dye, and i like cursive but i don't want to go to their show.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

4:21PM - with a bocephus sticker on his 442 he'd light 'em up just for fun

there had been general douchebaggery taking place at work since jorge had hired this new guy named phil. i was supposed to have to close with him for nearly the entire week, but fortune smiled upon me. he didn't show up for work this weekend, so he got fired.


i keep posting about it, but i keep getting excited. primus is november 3rd! chris informed me that sailing the seas of cheese is not the album they will be playing, and they might not play an entire album at all, so now i'm feeling that whatever may be the case, i just want to see the concert. so... hooray!

nov 1 is fear factory, nov 3 is primus, nov 16 is deftones, nov 21 is cursive, and nov 26 is gwar.... busy month for concerts

since the borat movie comes out nov 3, i'm thinking that ben and i and a few other people with probably partake in a matinee of that before we go to primus

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

12:12AM - i am

in the past few weeks i have acquired new cds:
Primus - Antipop
Primus - Tales from the Punchbowl
Weird Al - Straight Outta Lynwood
Mr. Bungle (i really wanted disco volante, alas, it was not to be found)
Coheed and Cambria - Second Stage Turbine Blade
Mastodon - Blood Mountain

ummm... this coming saturday i'm going to the texas renaissance festival.

november 3rd is the primus show, which i am extremely excited about. les claypool is an amazing bassist and musician and there is no way that this concert will be anything less than amazing. almost everyone i know is going, including ben and krysta and kristina and marshall and many of my other friends.
there are rumors that primus plays 2 sets at each show, and that they will be playing one of their albums in chronological order for each tour (as one half of their set). if said rumors are true, this tour will feature "sailing the seas of cheese", which happens to be my favorite primus album. more cause to be even more excited.

Current mood: happy

Friday, September 22, 2006

3:40AM - we're talkin' fuckin' lee

primus - november 3rd. fuck yes.

ummm... school, work, etc.

Wednesday, September 6, 2006

6:06AM - and through the silence it spoke the one word that i shall hear forevermore

dude, alan parsons... i swear that the alan parson's project sounds really familiar, and that there should be some reason that i recognize it so vividly, but i can't find a song that stands out in any discography. in any case. alan parsons has a new cd and it's really pretty not bad. in fact, i kind of like it, and i kind of want to buy it. i especially like the new version of the old raven song.

bullshit went down tonight. pure, unadulterated bullshit. i hated it, and now i want to sleep.

*an hour later

i didn't actually get to sleep. but now i am.

Current mood: pissed off

Monday, August 28, 2006

6:24PM - worst week ever

everything bad that never happened to me before caught up with me this week. well, not everything. there are worse things that could happen, and this is me fervently hoping that worse things don't.

school started today. i'll have that and work to keep me busy for a while.

Sunday, July 23, 2006

12:52PM - sounds of the underground tour

augh. so. metal show friday night. i saw the last part of gwar, cannibal corpse, trivium, in flames, and as i lay dying. there might have been another one in there, but it kind of blurred together. i had been drinking thursday night, and spent friday morning throwing up, so I was late. It was still fun.

other stuff too i'm sure.

Monday, July 10, 2006

3:11PM - then you know you have to go

i want to eat raisin bran and then shower

Friday, July 7, 2006

4:15PM - before i go i would just like to say... free chocolate!

i finally watched kill bill vol. 1 and 2 last night. it wasn't as bad as i thought it would be. it was good, even.

Saturday, June 24, 2006

4:59AM - Hong Kong Danger Duo

There are a few things that I've discovered in the past few months that make me happy to such an extent that I feel like it would not be exaggerating (or retarded) to say that they infuse my soul with rock. Not crack rock though. Just plain rock.

This post is a tribute to those things, mostly because I don't want to forget that I like them so much if I get distracted. They're all so perfect for me.

-Upright Citizens Brigade (you can do anything through a hole in a sheet)
-Martin and Dr. Orloff (made by a couple of the guys from UCB)

-The Venture Brothers (oh, it looks like something breached the hull. super good.)

-Katamari Damacy

-deathmatch in Time Splitters: Future Perfect (and the character that I use, Kypriss)

-Aqua Teen Hunger Force (this shouldn't technically count since I've watched it since the beginning of high school)

-Nintendo DS

-The Perry Bible Fellowship


The upright citizens brigade and the venture brothers are the most important to me. They're so fucking funny. It should be illegal, so then everyone can abuse the comedy in both of them. I don't know. That was dumb. It's like 5 in the morning and I'm hungry and tired. Whatever.

Wednesday, June 7, 2006

3:47AM - i think my friend said stick it in the back of her head

uhhhhhhh... bored. haha. like the caveman from aqua teen. BORED BORED. look at the keys. i don't know.

i love aqua teen hunger force. and the venture brothers. i had no idea that played on adult swim. it's priceless anyway.

dr. orpheus is a necromancer character on the venture brothers and instead of saying that he lost the remote to his tv, he said that the remote "vanished from the material sphere." i like that phrase. it takes out human accountability. i think i will use it from now on.

i totally weigh 130 pounds now. i didn't know if i told anyone that. it's badass. i'm smaller than i have been since middle school. it feels good to be fit.

*the show i've recently been watching is in fact called the venture brothers, not the venture boys.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

10:02PM - they ain't got no horns boy

How had I not played Katamari Damacy before yesterday? I don't know the answer to that, but I like it a lot.

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