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(no subject) [Jan. 20th, 2005|12:31 pm]
Napoleon Dyanamite
(Please rate my quiz)

Which Napoleon Dynamite character are you?
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(no subject) [Dec. 18th, 2004|02:04 am]
I am 87% asshole. no that's not a survey, that's just my reaction to the way I acted tonight. For the record,
Tom, I am sorry for ditching you. if there are requests, I will update more on this. only if you (the readers) comment and request more info.
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(no subject) [Dec. 13th, 2004|02:55 pm]
I found this in a friends away message. it's too good.
"Today we salute you stressed out college student during exam week. As you sit in your lonely cubical in the library, doped up on starbucks & aderol, you think to yourself, am I ever going to need to know this stuff in life? The distractions are tempting and you have suddenly diagnosed yourself with ADD along with advanced delusionary schizophrenia with involuntary narcissistic rage, I'm sure by now you know exactly what everyone is doing because you have checked your buddy list 800 times. Christmas break is just days away, and your prozac prescription will be in tomorrow. So crack open an ice cold bud light after that last exam, because for most of us christmas will be spent in rehab"
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(no subject) [Dec. 12th, 2004|11:45 pm]
Post a comment with a memory of me.
It can be anything you want.
Then post this in your journal. (if you have one)
See what people remember about you.
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(no subject) [Nov. 30th, 2004|01:30 am]
[music |Alex's Radio show]

So do other people get to this point in there life and just really think what the fuck are they doing? It's like I have 3.5 years of collage done with and I am farther from knowing what I want to do now than from when I started. Let's look at my list of ideas since starting:
1. Filmmaker
2. Film Editor
3. Documentary filmmaker
4. educational filmmaker
5. Governmental Economist
6. Economic adviser to the president
7. Professor of Economics
8. Professor of Political Science
9. Layer
10.Legal Scholar
11.Band Tour Manager
12.Bar Owner
13.Band Booking Agent
14.Entertainment booker for a club
15.Professor of Speech
16.Motivational Speaker
17.Lecturer of Baseball
18.Baseball Author
19.University President
20.Dean of Students
24.Jury Consultant
25.Baseball Stactician
26.Impov comedian
27.Stand up Comedian
28.Sketch Comedy Actor
29.Secret Agent
30.Political Lobbyist
WHAT THE FUCK AM I DOING???? I have no fucking plan, no path to follow and at this point no idea where to even start. And that's not even on the subject of more anger. I still have no idea how to actually keep a friendship or relationship. And no, this isn't me just bitching about HER. I always fuck up my friendships and relationships. I become way to fucking introverted and have no idea how to fucking put my people really into my life. I am close to almost no one and seem to push the people that are getting close away. Some deserve it, don't get me wrong. Maybe my quote for today was correct..."My heart is BLACK"...and that explains why I am getting so angry. Fuck all this shit and fuck everyone. I need to know what the fuck I want to do. It's horrible to see your friends graduating with degrees that they know they want and looking for careers they know they want while I am stuck alone and clueless. I don't know what brought this about, but I am definitely feeling angry and such. Who knows what to tomorrow will bring. most likely more of the same, but I will get up and move one day forward. One day closer to an eventual idea, an eventual clue, an eventual...freedom.
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(no subject) [Nov. 18th, 2004|11:41 pm]
Yes I need to get my pants special made...My balls are just that big.
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(no subject) [Nov. 17th, 2004|12:11 am]
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Free at Last [Nov. 16th, 2004|07:55 pm]
well bill cosby is finally donw. it's nice to have that done and over with. Come this weekend and having model UN done with I will almost be stress free. (still have that other project to worry about though.) oh and since I didn't have enough to do this semester, I am applying for a job. am I nuts?
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(no subject) [Nov. 10th, 2004|02:41 am]
November 5, 2004

by: Bill Maher

And now it is time for our season's last New Rules.

All right. New Rule - you'll like this one, Andrew - if we want England's opinion, we'll dictate it to Tony Blair. "How can 59 million people be so dumb?" Gee, I don't know. How many of you voted for Prince Charles? Oh, right, I forgot. Zero. He got the job because his great-great-great-great-grandmother married the Duke of Brunswick in 1658. Sorry, but I can't take any country seriously where the bars close at eleven.

New Rule: Stop claiming you have an "agenda." It's not an agenda. It's a random collection of laws that your corporate donors paid you to pass. The American people were not clamoring for a cap on medical malpractice awards. If a surgeon leaves an Altoids box in my chest cavity, I want to see him in debtors' prison.

New Rule: Hey, now that you've won and you're safe, you have to tell us, what the hell was that thing on your back during the debate?

New Rule: Britney Spears has to perform with Justin Timberlake at next year's Super Bowl. I don't care what the FCC fine ends up costing. I'll pay it.

And speaking of that. [photo of Bush twins] New Rule: Hey, it's daddy's big day. Put on a bra. I mean, come on. You've got less support than Nader. And they call Kerry a flip-flopper.

New Rule: Kerry campaign manager Bob Schrum must switch careers. He is now 0-for-8 in presidential campaigns. The Washington Generals had a better record against the Globetrotters. Seriously, Bob, politics isn't the kind of business where you can have absolutely no proof of success and keep getting asked back. Or is it? [photo of George W. Bush] Hey, we lost! We deserve a few jokes.

And finally, New Rule: Stop saying that blue state people are out of touch with the values and morals of the red states. I'm not out of touch with them. I just don't share them. In fact, and I know this is about 140 years late, but to the Southern States, I would say, "Upon further consideration, you CAN go. I know that's what you've always wanted, and we've reconsidered. So go ahead. And take Texas with you."

You know what they say. If at first you don't secede, try, try again. And give my regards to President Charlie Daniels.

I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I almost forgot, this is the time of healing. The time when blue states and red states come together because we have so much to offer each other. "Spice Rack" meet "Gun Rack." "Picky about bottled water," say hello to "Drinks from a garden hose." "Bought an antique nightstand at an estate sale," meet "Uses a giant wooden spool he stole from the phone company as a coffee table."

Sorry, there I go again, kidding when I should be healing. Hey, say what you will about the Republicans, they do stand for something: Armageddon, but it's something. Democrats, on the other hand, have been coasting for years on Tom Daschle's charisma. But that's not enough anymore. Democrats will never win another election if they keep trying to siphon off votes from the Republicans. They will only win by creating a lot more Democrats. And you don't do that by trying to leach onto issues that you should be denouncing.

You wind up - you wind up in a goose-hunting outfit a week before the election--trying to appeal to guys who would sooner vote for the goose. Guys who even in down-to-earth, economically-ailing Ohio, thought blowjobs more important than job-jobs.

Hey, these folks aren't "undecideds." They're not in play. No, what the Democrats need are fresh, new ideas that are dumb and hateful enough to win these people over.

You know, stuff like, "No drinking on Christmas." Or how about a Constitutional Amendment protecting the song, "God Bless America"? I say, let's put a fetus on the dollar bill! With Reagan!

And you know what country has been asking for an ass-kicking in the worst way? Finland. Yes, Democrats need a really, really stupid, meaningless and utterly symbolic issue. And by issue, of course, I mean, thing to hate.

How about this? An amendment that says people with gerbils are threatening the sanctity of pet ownership--and that from now on, pet owning will be defined only as the relationship between a person and his cat or dog.

Now, my opponent may disagree. That's because he's a fag.

So, Democrats - Democrats and liberals, stop saying you're going to move because Bush won. Real liberals should be pledging to stay because Bush won. Trust me, you can't get away from Bush by moving to France. Because that's where we're invading next.
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The past and the Futore [Nov. 4th, 2004|02:43 am]
[mood |disappointeddisappointed]

This is a comment in a friends journal. I thought it was solid enough to stand on it's own for now.

If we want to get a democrat in office, we are going to need to choose either A) a non-senator, non-congressman B) Someone fucking amazing from congress (i.e. NOT KERRY) Let's look at History

2004 - Kerry (lame senator with no balls) vs. Bush (incumbant/former governer)

2000 - Gore (Lame VP that was still thought of for his Senate work) vs. Bush (governer)

1996 - Clinton (Da bombdigity incumbant) vs. Dole (Senator)

1992 - Clinton (Kick ass governer) vs. Bush (incumbant)

1988 - Dukakis (governer who attacked hard core in the race) vs. Bush (v.p.)

1984 - Mondal (senator) vs. Reagon (incumbant)

1980 - Carter (incumbant) vs. Reagon (Governer)

1976 - Carter (Governer) vs. Ford (incumbant)

1972 - McGovern (Senator) vs. Nixon (Incumbant)

1968 - Humphree (V.P.) vs. Nixon (former v.p.)

1964 - Johnson (Incumbant) vs. Goldwater (senator)

1960 - Kennedy (senator) vs. Nixon (v.p.)

That's how far back we have to look to find a senator that won in the election. Maybe you should think about that when suggesting Hilary Clinton as the next presidential candidate. Personally, I think our best bet will not come from someone that we think about now. in 1997, Bush was who? exactly, not thought of at all. in 1989, Clinton was who? Not thought of. I think a person like Gary Locke (Govoner of Washington. His only big negative is that he is half asian and some people will look down on that. But I think that those people wouldn't vote for the democrats anyway.) or Mike Easley (governor of North Carolina. Democrat, but in a non democrat state) I'm not too familiar with either of these guys policy stance, but I think that is part of the point. Most people aren't. Just a rant, but I hope it sheds a bit of light. I will write more about it later hopefully.
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