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Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Walmart is teh Awesome.

Grandma is 87, rich, loves to buy stuff for her yard, and drives a Camaro SS (no kidding). Nothing large fits in her car. She talks the salespeople into holding the stuff until I can pick it up and drive it over. I live about 45 minutes away from her, so no big deal, but sometimes I can't do it for a few days.

Two weeks ago she bought what she told me was "potting soil" from Home Depot. They were total pricks when I got there the next day. They made the entire deal as painful as possible, DESPITE the fact that they have a protocol for purchases that will be picked up at a later time, which Grandma followed. (PLUS I got to smell chicken fertiziler for 45 minutes. Grandma has a healthy sense of humor.)

She bought a patio set over the weekend at Walmart. She was supposed to give me the receipt, but couldn't. I was supposed to pick the set up over the weekend but didn't. This morning I went there before work and asked the first teller I saw if she could help. The teller's speech is italicized:

"Do you have the receipt?"
"She didn't give me one."
"Um... is it on lay a way?"
"No. She already paid for it. She said they put it in the back."
"What was it?"
"A patio set."
"Do you know which one?"
"When did she buy it?"
"I'm not sure. She told me about it on Saturday. Sometime before then."

Just to be clear here- YES, I'm playing a douchebag. I know NOTHING except Grandma bought a patio set for me to pick up.

"Can you call her and find out?"
"Yeah, but I don't have a cell phone."
"You can use our phone."

So she calls Grandma, (to do this she has to call the office, which then calls Grandma, and then transfers the call back to the garden department) and PATIENTLY explains that she needs Grandma to find the receipt, give her the transaction number and other info, and waits until Grandma gives her all the information. Grandma does so.

"Okay, we just need to find it."

So she and I and another lady go looking for it. After about ten minutes we find it. It is WAY too big for my car... Oh crap.

"Oh man, that box will never fit in my car."

The other lady chimes in:

"Maybe if we unbox it it will fit?"
"I don't know."

(Yeah, I'm still being a douche. I don't think I AM a douche, generally. I hadn't had my coffee... I, um, I don't know, maybe I was already writing this blog entry in my head and my brain couldn't do that and be non-douche-ish at the same time...)

"The set is over here, the display model- let me show you. If we can put the chairs in the table comes unassembled, so if the chairs can fit it will fit."
"Oh yeah, that will fit."

So she walks the box out to my car on one of those big flat roller doohickies. It is raining and cold. She breaks out the boxcutters to open one side while I open the other and helps me load my car. Then she takes the box to throw it away for me!

Ten or fifteen different times the people at Walmart could have opted to not help at all, or to be less helpful. Instead, they went well out of their way to be as helpful as possible at every junction. Walmart is teh Awesome.

Monday, February 27, 2006

I'm in love with this woman, but I wouldn't do her.

That's a first.

Here is her video.

I give this video a 10!!!

OFfice Linebacker...

jest awesomeness

I don't even know what to say about this...

NSFW... not safe for your sanity...

Click here to watch Juggernaut Bitch

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Great post of the day about the left's definition of the Enlightenment

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

LOL! The nut bra...

click here...

Not safe for work... but really not that bad...

The money quote:

"My nuts were so old and saggy they used to look like Clint Eastwood."

Another day, another quiz. I'm an existentialist, apparently

I don't know what it means. I guess I'll look it up.

You scored as Existentialism. Your life is guided by the concept of Existentialism: You choose the meaning and purpose of your life.

�Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does.�

�It is up to you to give [life] a meaning.�

--Jean-Paul Sartre

�It is man's natural sickness to believe that he possesses the Truth.�

--Blaise Pascal

More info at Arocoun's Wikipedia User Page...





Strong Egoism








Divine Command


Justice (Fairness)




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Post of the day on Suicidalism...

Whilst searching for Madonna video parodies and street fights, I occasionally find insanely intelligent posts CLICK HERE FOR A FANTASTIC POST by people who are WAY smarter than me. And you. Yeah, you too. I refuse to be read by people who are WAY smarter than me . If you're one of them you're not reading this, so by definition you aren't.

Click here to read this post, which defines and explains postmodern thought, and is even better.

The good thing about being mediocre, brain-wattage wise, is that you're smart enough to figure out what really really smart people know, but you can't QUITE fool yourself into thinking you're one of them.

So I am able to recognize the value of the above essays WITHOUT thinking I understand them because I skimmed 'em really quickly and recognized that they wrote what I already knew but hadn't vocalized (even in that really quite voice which is so quiet it is only in my head).

So anyway here they are, as much for me as for you, since you probably don't exist, at least in a Platonic you as opposed to one of the many yous that aren't other facets of me.

Remembering George Washington.

Another ROFLMAO Madonna video

I don't know why it works out that this particular song shold have these hilarious videos attaching to it this way, it just does...

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Jacob on televisionwithoutpity.com, cowboys, and Kaya

is awesome. You need to watch Battlestar Galactica and American Idol just so you can read his recaps. He sees things I completely miss, and I enjoy the shows much more through him than I do through my own filters, especially since I use my own filters first and then get to supplement mine with his.

Having said that, he doesn't do everything right, and sometimes he doesn't do enough. This is what he said about the American Idol cowboys:

Then there is a thing, a movie parody of sorts, about...aw, hell. Okay, Garet the Turkey Singer is kind of a cowboy, right? And there's this violently sexy dude Sars is in love with named Matthew Buckstein, and he's a cowboy. And there's Michael Evans, who is black, but has a cowboy hat. Right? And Garet, while there are more pressing concerns at issue, seems to be pretty gay, for a preschooler, but will probably never know that, because he lives in the kind of solitude that normally results in Chainsaw Massacres, chromosomal shenanigans, farm animal sex. So. Cowboys: some gay, all prone to crying. In the winter of 2006. About one hundred months previous, a movie came out (hopefully in a theatre near you -- it's a damn fine movie -- but if it didn't, it's not going to, and you should move anyway) that involved cowboys who were somewhat gay in that they fell in total gay love with each other. One of them was really controlling and ruined everybody's life around him for like forty years without even opening his mouth or talking above a palsied, brain-stroke-looking mumble, and the other one was Donnie Darko and was totally asking for it. So what does this have to do with American Idol? Good question. Garet and a turkey, and then Matt and Michael fell in love with his weird little Hobbit ass, and none of them have their act together at all. That's basically the joke. If you just heard of Brokeback Mountain last week, I guess it might be funny -- although it would still make little sense -- but you didn't, so it's not, so we're moving on.

It's 30 minutes later and the cowboys are practicing, and the Brittenums are back, they apologize, nobody cares, Simon thinks they're a fucking joke, which they are, and they for some reason get through. But do not fret! The cowboys come in and everybody cheers, because they love them and then they sing the "Doo-Wah Ditty" song, the only song stupider than "Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch," and it is a shambles. Michael doesn't know the words and has a nice voice, but you can't really tell due to the singing over each other in an ugly fashion and the disconcertingly creepy way each of them is dancing and the fact that they all sing the song horribly. Garet's the worst, singing with his eyes closed like that little girl in Palindromes. Joe R: "Shoulda had a tracheotomy." Jacob: "And not sucked."

Simon stresses hatefully for the seeming ten minutes they sing, and Garet is so nervous, it's sickening. It's entirely a joke. Finally Simon stops them, and Paula laughs, and the crowd laughs hysterically and Matthew makes some kind of joke about how he was about to "do the hip thrusts" and maybe he'll just do those later, and Simon levels. "In a few months' time you will look back and wonder why you blew the opportunity of a lifetime by trying to be bad comedians." Michael begs to differ, like that's better, but Simon compares it to a "just ridiculous, ghastly party with drunken people trying to entertain an audience that isn't interested," which is apt. He's so angry with them! He dismisses them summarily and then Paula kisses her co-judges, narrowly missing Randy's soon-to-be-declared "luscious" lips.

Outside, Michael cries and talks totally crazy: "It makes me angry, what Simon said up there. I get it, it's only one Idol, dude. But it's America...I feel like we got that bond." I don't know what that means, but Matthew agrees, and then delivers a moving speech about how Garet is an inspiration, and they both get weepy about how much they love Garet, and then Garet tries to climb Matthew as they're all crying, apologizing for letting them down, and Matthew wraps himself around the kid and whispers quietly, "Listen, cowboy, you didn't let me down. You did the best you could." Garet is very, very small, and Matthew is very large, and both guys love Garet more than reason should allow. There then detonates a Hobbit-loving sex bomb that is completely above-board and sweet and kind and good, but also awesome to watch at home. Garet is shown leaving the hotel in a neckerchief, carrying a hat box, and yammers at the camera for awhile, and then they all walk off down the street together, probably still crying.

Which is all true, but isn't enough... Because the cowboy's sucked because Garet sucked. Rather than toss him, or wreck him, or even sort of subtely compartmentalize him in their act so that his suckness contrasted with their- whatever they are- the older cowboys went 3 Musketeers. Once they went that route it was obvious they would not make it, so yeah, they didn't try to avoid being comedic.

You need to keep in mind that they never consciously CHOSE to go that route- that decision wsa made long ago when they or the people who raised them created them to be awesome men. So when Michael cries it is not so much because he feels they were good, as that he realizes that his unconscious decision to be a good man resulted in his being ridiculed for NOT HAVING HEART- when in fact he is like Cuba Gooding Jr. in Jerry McGuire, and if he'd been conscious of all this he would have told the camera- "No heart? I'M ALL HEART, MOTHERFUCKER!"

Same goes for the white cowboy. Cowboy's rock.

Kara- Starbuck on Battlestar Galactica, was headed for a nervous breakdown which COULD have led to her becoming even more awesome than what she was... COULD have led to her becoming a higher being along the lines of Edward James Olmos or President Rosling- and then the fuggin' show SKIPS FORWARD A MONTH and all we see is that somehow she recovered from her tailspin as though it never happened in such a way that she hasn't evolved at all...

I CALL SHENANIGANS... Jacob did not. But- so far he has only written a recaplet. Maybe he'll go off about it in the big essay that follows...

Babies laughing their asses off

this is fun and ridiculously cute. FOUR babies cracking up.

This is via the below, which you can and should visit, give him a try, by clicking here.

HAHAHAHAHA!!! Madonna song with different vid

Free Speech and Faith...

I'm hearing a lot of ass talk regarding free speech. Ass as in but as in

We believe in free speech BUT:

You have to be sensitive to cultural issues;
You should not try to be divisive;
You should understand that some people feel strongly about things,
You should be some variation of being a cowardly bitch when it comes to pissing off Muslims.

And even people who disagree with this viewpoint argue with it as though this is the kind of thing that can be argued...
It isn't.

Free speech is not on the table. Free speech is an absolute. I will not argue about it, I will not discuss it, I will not wonder if it is good or bad or right or wrong or how much it should or could be limited and still be "free" or blah blah blah... If you argue about these things you've LOST THE ARGUMENT. Free speech is inviolate. If you serioulsy want to curb it you're a piece of shit. You AREN'T QUITE HUMAN ANYMORE, as far as I'm concerned. Your value as a human being hovers somewhere between a man like me and a dog.

Don't get me wrong, I love dogs.

Yes, McCain, because of McCain/Feingold, is a piece of shit.
Yes, Austria, for jailing a man for denying the holocaust, is fucked.

And I'm hearing a lot of talk about the limitations of free speech, that basically say:

You can't say fire in a crowded theater and:

Arab Muslims are animals that can't help but murder people when they make fun of Mohammed;
Arab Muslims are 3rd worlders and can't help but be hot tempered;

so saying something bad about Mohammed, like Mohammed was a slave trader who raped a child for instance, is equivalent to yelling "Fire!" in a theater. And so, you shouldn't say something like Mohammed was a slave trader who raped a child, for instance, because then you are not being some variation of being a cowardly bitch when it comes to pissing off Muslims.

(Forget about the bigotry of low expectations inherent in that... it isn't the point here.) And I'm reading that you shouldn't say this EVEN IF IT IS TO SHOW YOU BELIEVE IN FREE SPEECH, because, apparently, this pisses off Muslims, which is a good way to make them mad, and they don't like free speech, so by pissing them off you endanger free speech... WFT?!?!?

And I just wonder what the fuck happened, you know? I just thought it went without saying that free speech is THE deal-breaker... And I just thought that it went without saying that whenever somebody threatens free speech because somebody said something offensive to them EVERYBODY IS SUPPOSED TO SAY IT OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER AND OVER...

I really thought everybody fucking KNEW that.

Monday, February 20, 2006

NOT being Christian is a religion???!!!

Ann Althouse links to an interesting theory in this post.


An ant climbs a blade of grass, over and over, seemingly without purpose, seeking neither nourishment nor home. It persists in its futile climb, explains Daniel C. Dennett at the opening of his new book, "Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon" (Viking), because its brain has been taken over by a parasite, a lancet fluke, which, over the course of evolution, has found this to be a particularly efficient way to get into the stomach of a grazing sheep or cow where it can flourish and reproduce. The ant is controlled by the worm, which, equally unconscious of purpose, maneuvers the ant into place.

Mr. Dennett, anticipating the outrage his comparison will make, suggests that this how religion works. People will sacrifice their interests, their health, their reason, their family, all in service to an idea "that has lodged in their brains." That idea, he argues, is like a virus or a worm, and it inspires bizarre forms of behavior in order to propagate itself. Islam, he points out, means "submission," and submission is what religious believers practice. In Mr. Dennett's view, they do so despite all evidence, and in thrall to biological and social forces they barely comprehend.

Here is my comment:

Harkonnendog said...

"An ant climbs a blade of grass, over and over, seemingly without purpose, seeking neither nourishment nor home.
Mr. Dennett, anticipating the outrage his comparison will make, suggests that this how religion works."

This is pretty typical of those who judge Christians by looking down their noses... I'd like to see some statistics showing Christians have fewer children, make less money, and generally less happy, less healthy, etc., than non-Christians, before I could take this theory seriously.

I know quite a few Christians who use the religion to help them improve their lives through connections, stress relief, the ability to keep thing in perspective, etc. etc.

If, as I suspect, Christians are generally happier and have MORE children, does that mean those who choose NOT to be Christians are like that ant? :)

Friday, February 17, 2006

Wedding, er, I mean Hunting Crashers...

Fight vid for Horny G

Horny G said he'd like to see a fight where an aggressive jerk got KTFO...

Here you go my friend... An all time classic.

Thursday, February 16, 2006

Crappy BJJ vs. Crappy Boxing Video...

Tough kids, and nobody jumped in. Click here to watch. The Brazilian Jiu Jitsu guy just sort of wades through Boxer's punches and takes him down, over and over.

Once you get a guy down, if you're DECENT at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, the competitive phase of the fight SHOULD be over. BJJ practitioners figure the ground is the ocean, they are sharks, and non-BJJ guys don't even know how to swim.

Ideally the BJJ guy would establish a strong base and the other guy, at best, would avoid getting knocked out or put to sleep for a while. He should NEVER have been able to get the fight standing again.

But the Boxer is tough and explosive enough to take advantage of the GAPING holes in the BJJ guy's game, and get up- over and over and over.

So really this is a fight between one kid who has a strategy, a game plan, and one guy who both literally and figuratively winging it. Still fun to watch.

Post of the day demonstrates the slippery slope.

At a Muslim rally protesting the provocative nature of the Mohammed cartoons a Muslim female reporter is stoned for provoking the crowd by-

wait for it...

WAIT for it...


Not wearing a headscarf and sitting in a provocative way... read the link... I'm not making it up.

I'm not sure who said "You may as well fight in the first ditch as the last ditch," but whoever said it was right.

Muslim Rave Party Sensation!!!

This is hilarious! (and fairly innocuous, it is good fun not disrespectful, don't worry)

Wednesday, February 15, 2006


You remember the Chronic- what!?! - cles of Narnia! from SNL right? If not, check it out. Hilarious.

But the fact that there's a West Coast response, Lazy Monday!, makes it even better.

And the fact that there's a Midwest response to both... Lazy Muncie!!! I love it!

Also, notice how the quality of the two amateur videos nearly = the SNL one...


Cowboy's are AWESOME!!!

Go to Televisionwithoupity.com and click on the American Idol 2/14/06 episode and scroll until you learn about the cowboys, then read this. (Or if you saw it don't bother.)

Cowboys are friggin' awesome. The two bigger cowboys didn't have a shot in hell because Garet Johnson just was NOT up to it... He couldn't sing, dance, or keep a beat.

Rather than berate him or ice him out they went the 3 Musketeers route. The result was Simon's chidings about turning their one big shot into a comedy performance.

It seems to me the older cowboys chose to make it into a comedy performance rather than hurt the child.

And afterwards, not only did they NOT lay the blame on Garet, they continued to encourage him. Even when Garet apologized they refused to acknowledge that he'd destroyed their dreams, and instead tried to make him feel better.

Turning that wonderful act of kindness, of love, into a Brokeback Mountain parody was petty. I guess it could not be helped, people would have gone there anyway, but that was a beautiful moment, and all I can say is cowboy's are friggin' awesome.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

LOTs of CLOWN fixes

So I'm working a ton of extra hours- boring as hell- so I decided to reread CLOWN and edit copy while I read it... Figured maybe I missed a couple of typos or whatever.

Chit! It is FULL OF MISTAKES!!! WTF??? So I'm editing CLOWN yet again. I'm going to make it a 2nd edition when I resubmit it to Lulu.com, so if you've got the old mistake-full version and I became a massively successful author blahdeblah you'll have scored one of the few 1st version copies. :p

What sci fi crew do you belong on?

I'm pretty disappointed. I wanted to be on the Serenity... Hot courtesans, bunch of different worlds to visit, alcohol, gun fights... FUN! Instead I'm stuck in a fuggin' sardine can in the middle of the planet, can't even get to the surface!!! and nobody on that ship bathes... did you notice? fug...

You scored as Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix). You can change the world around you. You have a strong will and a high technical aptitude. Is it possible you are the one? Now if only Agent Smith would quit beating up your friends.

Nebuchadnezzar (The Matrix)


Millennium Falcon (Star Wars)


SG-1 (Stargate)


Babylon 5 (Babylon 5)


Andromeda Ascendant (Andromeda)


Deep Space Nine (Star Trek)


Galactica (Battlestar: Galactica)


Moya (Farscape)


Bebop (Cowboy Bebop)


Serenity (Firefly)


FBI's X-Files Division (The X-Files)


Enterprise D (Star Trek)


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Monday, February 13, 2006

Ann Coulter jumped my shark

No, that's not a sexual reference, nor even a sexual fantasy. She's gone too far, even for me. She's Joe Pesci in Goodfella's, our Ann. You put up with a lot of stuff because, hey, she was an earner. And when you needed a dog to let slip, she was the baddest pit-bull on the block.

But her "raghead" schtick really pushed it too far... And THEN, THEN, SHE APPARENTLY PUT DOWN A MUSLIM WHO IS ON OUR SIDE!!! From the Instapundit:

I didn't attend the event (I didn't actually attend any events except the book stuff in the Exhibition hall; I was supposed to be on a panel about online media but had to cancel) but as I understand it, Coulter made the raghead remark, and then a Muslim attendee -- perhaps the guy from "Muslims For America" that Helen interviewed for our podcast -- got up to object to the "raghead" remark, and she put him down.

This is wrong on more levels than I care to discuss. If I was a mafiosi in Good Fella's I'd tell her she was going to get made, then stick a gun into the back of her head and pull the trigger. First I'd tell her to get her shinebox...

To be clear, when I say on our side, I mean on the side of those who think civil liberties come first...

I wouldn't do Ann... (of course I wouldn't, I'm happily married to a woman much hotter than Ann, but I mean even if I WEREN'T)

Friday, February 10, 2006

Sold 12 more copies of CLOWN!

Yay! These were sold over here at Lulu.com so I don't make as much off each as when I sell them to people for $15 a pop. Still, that's another $48.00...

That brings the grand total up to- .

wait for it-


Great street brawl.

There's some retarded stand up, a crappy clinch, some ridiculously sloppy groundwork, and then a rear naked THAT PUTS THE DUDE ASLEEP.

Then the dude's dad, from what I can tell, goes after the other guy with a BASEBALL BAT!!

Then the other guys goes to his car and GETS A GUN!!!

Holy crap lol! But the best parts are the dialogue.
Dialogue 1:
Other Guy (to dude)
"Just tap out."
(He's saying this because he has a ridiculously sloppy rear naked applied and thinks the guy will nap if he doesn't tap out, that is submit.)


Other Guy:
"Just tap out."


Dude apparently doesn't sense he's in danger, and at this point he's not, or doesn't know what "tap out" means. The hilarious part is they both pause to have this conversation in the middle of the fight roflmao!!!

Then, when the bat and the gun come out, whoever is doing the filming starts screaming NOOOOOO!!! NOOOOOOOO!!! like Darth Vader after the dentist droids (that's the sound they used) put his mask on.

Anyway, click here to watch. So funny!!!

Btw, I salute both these guys for raw toughness, and the spectators for letting it go down. The dad's an asshat, though.

Thursday, February 09, 2006

Post of the day is Althouse...


Basically she says she's a moderate but lefties hate her while the right likes her. I commented the following:

Ann you must realize this defines you as a conservative:

"More than any ideology, I care about rational discourse."

On every political test I take I rank as a liberal, but I'm a conservative, too, because I feel the same way. This is why the left keeps losing elections. People who are otherwise liberal, but value rational discourse, are not voting for conservatives, but against the Kossites and their like.

It is counter intuitive but they are voting with their emotions, and they are voting based on character rather than issues, because they value rational discourse.


Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Mohammed cartoons and the NYTimes

The NYTimes chose to show a disgusting painting of the Virgin Mary in a piece about religious images provoking violence. It's an odd choice, since that painting didn't result in violence.

The NYTimes chose NOT to show several cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed in articles about cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed provoking violence. That was an odd choice for self evident reasons. So why didn't they publish them? Here's what they said:

The New York Times and much of the rest of the nation's news media have reported on the cartoons but refrained from showing them. That seems a reasonable choice for news organizations that usually refrain from gratuitous assaults on religious symbols, especially since the cartoons are so easy to describe in words.

First of all, the cartoons were not gratuitious. They were a way to express the fact that Danes were self censoring out of fear. They were a way of publicizing the fact that Theo van Gogh's murder was WORKING. Leaving that aside, the NYTimes position still makes no sense.

There are 12 cartoons depicting Mohammed, and all of them need to be individually described. The picture of The Virgin Mary, however, is but a single picture, and is very easily described as "A picture of The Virgin Mary made out of shit," since that is what it is (and that's really all anyone needs to know about it.) The Virgin Mary picture is therefore more easily described, and it is at least as insulting as most of the cartoons of Mohammed, and much LESS insulting than many of them.

In short, the NYTimes doesn't mind gratuitious assaults on religious symbols, they are just scared that crazy Muslims will kill them so they are self censoring. They aren't scared of crazy Christians so they aren't self censoring.

The NYTimes has chosen to go C-3PO rather than Good Will Hunting.

Artoo immediately reaches up and taps the computer with his stubby claw hand, causing one of the holographic creatures to walk to the new square. A sudden frown crosses Chewbacca's face and he begins yelling gibberish at the tiny robot. C-3Po intercedes on behalf of his small companion and begins to argue with the huge Wookiee.

C-3Po: He made a fair move. Screaming about it won't help you.
HAN: (interrupting) Let him have it. It's not wise to upset a Wookiee.
C-3Po: But sir, nobody worries about upsetting a droid.
HAN: That's 'cause droids don't pull people's arms out of their socket
when they lose. Wookiees are known to do that.
C-3Po: I see your point, sir. I suggest a new strategy, Artoo. Let
the Wookiee win.

Contrast that to Will Hunting:

Will: My father was an alcoholic. Mean fuckin' drunk. Used to come home hammered, looking to whale on someone. So I had to provoke him, so he wouldn't go after my mother and little brother. Interesting nights were when he wore his rings...
Will: He used to just put a belt, a stick, and a wrench on the kitchen table and say, "Choose."
Sean: Well, I gotta go with the belt there.
Will: I used to go with the wrench.
Sean: Why?
Will: Cause fuck him, that' why.

I already thought the NYTimes sucked, but if you thought different, there you go. What a bunch of hyprocritical cowardly DICKS!

Friday, February 03, 2006

Sold another copy of CLOWN but there's a problem

I've now sold more books than I have to sell, so I need to order more books. I've been stealing the copies my mom bought to give out as presents on holidays and such and selling them to people for $15- a pop and NOT paying my mom back, lol... (I'm 34, it sounds like I'm 16 or something) but I've run out of those books, (10) plus I've run out of the books I bought to check for editing mistakes, (2) plus I double-sold 2 books, (with one book the person who bought it read it and then left it on Kauai when they went back home, with the other the person's mom paid me for it but forgot to give it to her daughter). I still have the second of the double-solds, which I guess means it is really a single-sold, but you get the idea.

So anyway, total profit is now $164.00... Almost pays for half of my wife's Valentine's Day present.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Coco says to support free speech!!!

Do what Coco says!!! Coco, by the way, is a featured star over at Classical Values. Great site.

edit: Classical Values now has a better version of the above up. :)