Archive for December, 2004

Don we now our gay apparel.

Monday, December 27th, 2004

are people even doing that this year?


Monday, December 27th, 2004

Driving to Colorado for Christmas.

Singing some song from Bread.

i took pictures


Thursday, December 23rd, 2004

or whatever that stuff is that some people put inside cards before they mail them to you.

what an unwelcome little suprise that turns out to be.

you open this card, expecting holiday pleasantries, and a bunch of sparkly dust spills all over the floor.

i suppose the intention is good, but really…

it’s not the 1950’s. i’m not a housewife. and you’re not a door-to-door salesman for carpet cleaners.

so quit dumping garbage on my rug.

Thank you, Charlie Brown

Monday, December 20th, 2004

You’ve retarded a nation of adults, overly nostalgic for programming from their youth.

And at this, the merriest time of year, I will shoot myself if I have see even one more of your tv specials.

Wha. WhaWha-Wha. Wha.

Full Time

Sunday, December 19th, 2004
since i haven’t been “working” recently, i’ve been able to get a lot of writing done.
my secret is that i treat it like a job. i think it’s the only way i can maintain a high level of discipline.
come to think of it, i treat a lot of things like jobs… but going for a jog every morning isn’t a job.
maybe i shouldn’t come back after that and take a four hour nap and tell everyone that i worked the AM shift.
alright, enough of this curiously novel writing, i’ve gotta get back to work (eating lunch) if i want to make it to my second job (doing my laundry) and then i should be able to finish up my freelancing (watching Arrested Development/Desperate Housewives/Boston Legal) later this evening.

To The Girl Who Gave Me "Her" Number, But When I Tried To Call Her I Realized That She Purposely Gave Me A Wrong Number:

Saturday, December 18th, 2004

i love it when you play hard to get.

Next Year…

Saturday, December 18th, 2004

i would like to spend more time kicking ass,

and less time taking names.

Wednesday, December 15th, 2004

you know when you’re laughing so hard that you actually start to cry?

i’ve been doing that alot recently. except i don’t start it off with the laughing part…

was Adam Smith wrong?

Wednesday, December 15th, 2004

I thought I understood the principles of supply and demand; but, when you look at our world today, you see that almost anything can go wrong, at any time.

Recent events have shown that the unexpected can occur during even the quietest of moments.

So how is there still a market for white underwear?

my job search

Wednesday, December 15th, 2004
i’ve been looking for work recently, and even though i don’t have a traditional schedule, i haven’t wanted to slack off.
i have to be constantly vigilant- identifying and then seizing the right opportunities.
i am taking this so seriously, in fact, that i limit myself to only four hours of sleep per day.
of course, i still get a full eight hours of shut-eye every night.