Friday, October 30, 2009

All Hallows Eve

I remember I lost the 2nd grade spelling bee for misspelling Hallowean. Curse you Hallowene! Why do I continually support you even though you betrayed me as a child?

Oh yes, the candy, and the movies, and the weather and the excuse to dress up like a damned fool (and not necessarily be scoffed at).

I'll let you slide this time Haloweane, but next year I may just exact my revenge upon you!! (e.g. eating hoards of candy corn in a dark corner while muttering nonsense about vengeance and death-pumpkins most likely).

Thursday, October 22, 2009

A Lesson in History

...And that was how the West was won.

Thorry (lisped sorry)

I really do avoid posting depressing shit, but this is ridiculous. Sign the petition damn you! And if you don't feel particularly compelled by this appalling case at least sign so that you can say you were a contributing member of society today (which can help counteract your guilt for doing something stupid today like driving over a squirrel or dropping someone's baby [who knows?]).


^petition.. right here.

video of Sara.

^video. up. here.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

I normally hate kids but...

...this is a picture of my lovely and adorable niece and nephew. He reminds me of Max Records (the kid who plays Max in Where the Wild Things Are. Also, winner of the Most Awesome Name Ever Award. Honorable mentions go to Griffith J. Griffith, Bjork, and anyone with the last name "Hamburger"). She reminds me of Gilly from that one SNL skit with Kristen Wiig (but only in this photo).

Gems for the soul

Monday, October 12, 2009

Repetition (repetition)/repetition "repetition"

Sometimes you just need some good old obsessive repetition to make you feel better and right now my guilty pleasures are:

The Fruit Bats - When You Love Someone
Coldplay - Shiver

Come on.. just play them both once, you know you want to.

Thursday, October 1, 2009


*What do Beatles RB and The Shining have in common?

A: They will both turn you into lobotomy cases whose only expression of brain functioning is to sporadically say, "fuck you" at the television.
With some variety of course. The Shining inspires more in the usage of the age old "fuck you" statement. Such as "fuck this shit", "that so fucking fucked up", "what the fuck no. Fuck. fuck. WHY!?"
Whereas Beatles RB more closely relies on the monotone, "......fuck" for every time you miss a note. And maybe "fuuuuckkk" for when you miss a string of notes.

You're welcome for educating you on the intricacies of the world.

--Oh yes, and for the string of horror films to be watched throughout the month of October I have to say The Shining was a freaking EXCELLENT introduction!
--Anyone have additional suggestions?