Sunday, November 28, 2004

My movie's done, barring further edits. Check it out. It's about 15 minutes long.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Ahh, one of my rare "free" days. Due to school, job (on Sundays too) and admittedly outings with my friends on Saturdays, I don't have a day off. But it's about to get even worse, thanks to something you'll find out about in less than a month. Only if the earth revolved a tad slower, we'd have 36-hour days.

A while ago, a friend and I were talking about how busy we were. He said, "Funny, we still call ourselves busy when we're just sitting around for few minutes." True, but don't we require rest, some down time? If we're doing what's required, we're busy :)

Monday, November 15, 2004

Hmm, some blue people are floating the idea of secession. Interesting article because it pointed out that the red states are piggybacking on the blue states, but yet they control the government. 90% of the states that voted for Bush are actually welfare states (sucking more money from the federal government than what they give back). It's the blue states that contribute the most to the nation's piggy bank. Ironical considering the right-wingers' position on the finances. Where'd Mississippi be without federal aid?

I nabbed the link from a conservative blogger and Washington Times is a conservative paper.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Watched an exhibition last night between the current womens' basketball team and the fabled '99 squad. Been 5 years already since the Ronda Jo and NCAA tourney hoopla?

The game wasn't as entertaining as we thought. Ronda Jo didn't seem to be the same player- you'd think she's gotten even better with experience with pro basketball. Bren who entered Gally past her days, was like "Huh? That's the legendary Ronda Jo?" Maybe she didn't play hard since playing against the current Bison team would be like taking candy from a baby. The score was around 65-45 anyway when we left midway through the second half.

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Last Saturday, nearly hit a deer while driving to the bonfire. Was cruising along on a rural road when a deer sprang right in front of my car and I swerved as it crossed the road. Just right ahead of the deer, I swear, was a "deer crossing" sign.

A funnier thing happened last weekend as well, but slightly more complicated to explain. Next time. Sleep beckons.

Thursday, November 04, 2004

So Bush won. Only if we could cede from the redneck states.

Nah. I see light at the end of the tunnel: I predict that in 4.2 years, he'll longer in office! If a Republican wins the next election, he'll likely be Rudy Giuliani. He looks damn good by comparison.

My final political comments here? One reason Republicans get elected is because they wrap "family values" and religion around them so the conservative middle America and the South could relate to them. Turns out liberals actually have BY FAR better family values as shown by statistics (lower divorce rates, etc.). Read this (thanks, Surdus).

"Republicans are reptiles."

"Don't talk shit about reptiles!"

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