Sunday, December 31, 2006

HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Boo! Have a blessed new year, may the Lord bless you this coming 2007! *proceeds to sing* Not sure what I'm singin but I am so s'all good. I'll talk to you guys tomorrow!!!



*sighs* That's how I feel right now. Not sure why though. I just watch like the first half of High School Musical and after getting past the initial gag reflex it wasn't... too too bad. Gabriella reminds me of the way I used to be, albeit she represents a way more beautified not-social-outcast version. Just the innocence of it, nothing is tainted, its just fun. I want it to be that way always... Am I just making an idiot out of myself? On the internet no less... Well, I'm gonna go have pancakes for supper and watch Second Hand Lions with my family. Please comment and tell me I'm not crazy.


*Firewoman - The Cult*

R.I.P. Saddam

Not exactly a repentant attitude... Okay, so.... I haven't completely gone pro-execution but that doesn't really matter, Saddam is wherever he chose to be (meaning Heaven or Hell) and the Iraqi's are free of his tyrannical rein and torment. Well, I have stuff to do so hasta la vista faithful readers.


Saturday, December 30, 2006

Funky stuffs

Evil dictators are dying and the swiss are flying! What a day... and its only 2:30! Yet still all I can think about is how awesome this techno is... Actually todays a good day for me. Felt like givin' y'all a shout out so here it is -

HIIIIIIIIII PEOPLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! love ya!


*Con Te Partiro - Andrea Bocelli*

Flying men!!! Where are the flying men!?!?!?!

Funkified! Well, once he modifies it enough to pass whatever safety regulations people may have in place and mass produces it enough, this is gonna be hot. At least until someone gets hurt and files a law suit... I'm not being a wet blanket I'm predicting. It's different. Well, maybe more later.


*Cosmic Castaway - Electrasy*


Dan Kauffman said...

Does that make us any better than Saddam?
We didn't feed him still alive into a wood chipper. That was one of Saddam and his boys ways to while away an evening.

You really equate a judicial execution to the brutal reign of terror, horror and brutality that those three subjected the Iraqi people to?

No, I'm not equating us with Saddam and his folk. And yes, killing him probably was the best thing for absolutely everybody but its still sad that one person can sink so low, I guess his martyr chances are pretty slim, even if he did become a Christian, he still didn't die because of it. Well, the Iraqi people must be happy, Saddam's "henchmen" are confused and have no clue what to do and people everywhere are wondering "What next?". Dan and Leann, thanks for your comments, they gave me something to think about.


Friday, December 29, 2006

Bye Saddam!

See now this is a double edged sword. I have never liked him, ever. Not even once. And he has done some really, really REALLY heinous stuff in his life, but God says "You shall not murder."
Does that make us any better than Saddam? Does that make us any higher on the pedastal than him? We return violence and cruelty with violence and cruelty. But he doesn't seem to have any remorse over his past actions, he's just all "Boo ya I get to be a martyr!" not exactly a repentant attitude. It's not a black and white issue that's for sure...
Check this out - Iraq the Model its' good... read the comments, some of them I agree with, others not so much.


*Die another day - Madonna*

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Beware the deadly music!!!

So children, remember this story whenever you feel an urge to blast music at your neighbour in Japan, it does not end well. I'm not making fun of this but its a little funny. True, rock blasting at you all day everyday would probably cause insomnia and headaches, that's what cops do when they want to end a seige, they blast rock at the insurgents with high powered speakers... suckers. Whatever that lady did, she may very well have had it coming, well I have English to do.


*She Will Be Loved - Maroon5*

Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Lack of comments

I am feeling SEVERELY neglected. I know you guys are around and I've given you plenty to work with, *sniff sniff* I shall proceed to pout.



Did I ever tell you how much I hate that stuff? The shows aren't that bad, I've seen some of them and sometimes the story line/plot doesn't quite reach the verge of nauseating. But the pictures! HFC, most of it is just animated porn. You'll notice my creative use of the word MOST. Not all of it is that bad but a fair bit of it is. Now, how many hate letters am I gonna get for this?


Monday, December 25, 2006

God Bless Canada

And all that live and fight for her. I am proud to be a Canadian, not just when stories like these roll in either, I love my country and I would join the army and go to war for her. My parents wouldn't like that (at all) but I would do it if need be, or if that's where God is calling me to go. Well, I need sleep but I'll talk to y'all later


I would so do that!

That looks awesome!!!!!!! Sign me up, that looks sweet!



Good haul this year... *laughs* jking jking. Anyways, my Christmas was great, I loved every second of it, I got to spend Christmas Eve with some of my closest friends and I got to spend Christmas morning w/my family. Life's good y'all. Aparently Delta's goin thru a rough time with girls... I think I know who he's talking about too.

Tell me how your Christmas was!!!


*Beethoven - Fur Elise*

Sunday, December 24, 2006

Yo wassup!

Merry Christmas y'all! I am so tired its pathetic. I'm gonna go try and get some sleep but more later kay? I gots a Christmas Eve service to perform at so gotta catch some zzzzz's. Peace,


Saturday, December 23, 2006


Swimming yesterday. Big fun, got dunked a few times but the "dunkers" got severely clawed with my "nails of steel" (his words not mine). Went for lunch w/a friend. Another friend brought her BF, they broke up today. Mmmm, not much else is new.

Rehearsal Last Night

Oh my gosh, that was so much freaking fun!!! We did a quick run through, Daisy and I were cold so we huddled under her jacket and Tim's jacket because he saw that she was cold and gave it to her. Then the party really started, Daisy, Mandie and Charis got the new information surrounding Jess' new boyfriend and we stole a lot of food... Seriously, everyone was upstairs so Daisy and I grab the Bugles and the chocolate and made a break for the basement, slowly other people start coming down (only 3 people) and Daisy and I were betting to see how long it would take Tim to come downstairs looking for her (only 3 min. 4 tops. He's been flirting with her mercilessly lately, its so much fun to watch). Then Jessica came down... followed by Tim and Adam (Adam likes Jessica). Then, we took the bugles and the chocolates back upstairs because everyone had come downstairs (I swear we were the party starters last night!) and that lasted for a little while, then Mandie and Charis joined us and we sang along to sappy Mandy Moore songs for awhile. Then after most of the people had left the cool ones were downstairs sitting in the air hockey room. Adam, Jessica, Daisy, Mandie, Nathan John, Charis and yours truly. We were playing with each other's cell phones and then the candy cane war started. We were all pelting each other with mini candy canes it was sweet.
Well, I have to go find news, talk to y'all later!


Thursday, December 21, 2006

My Theme Song

Takin a break from the exciting world/political news (not there's a shortage!) to give you this brief anouncement - Ladies and Worms (line of my fav Social teacher) I present to you, Zhen's theme song!

Walkin' On Sunshine

I love that song, as most of you know and I have now proclaimed it my theme song. *giggles* Now you can all laugh at me, no really go ahead. Kay done waiting. Not a lot of interesting stuffs happened today, I officially decided that at Engage, I, for the very first time in my entire short life, am going to try snowboarding. Yes, I am taking a leap of faith and suicide into the unknown abyss that is doing something I have no clue how to do. Oh yeah, I repeat, Engage is going to be one heck of a time. Well, have a great day, I might post some news later...


Thursday, December 14, 2006

That's just what we need...

More people like these ones telling their kids to sacrafice themselves to allah, to be proud when someone in their family does and aspire to it really. Yes folks, the key to a brighter future is Hezbollah weirdos taking over our planet. Brainwashing our children and murdering the infidels. Doesn't that just sound great? Sry, I know I haven't posted in awhile, enjoy!


*my head. ringing. incessantly. Whoops that the phone!*

Wednesday, December 13, 2006

Rant time again

Jooooooooz they're everywhere.... You can't fight them, can't escape them, can't reason with them, can't beat them, and can't understand them. Oh wait, sorry those are the ridiculous people who think these signs are Jewish, sry my bad.


*Gave it all away - RED*

Blogs I check everyday... or at least when I remember to.

Rantings of a Sandmonkey, extremely cynical, snarky, pro-US, secular, libertarian, disgruntled sandmonkey.
The Roadkill Diaries, This is just the voiceof an ordinary Canadian yelling back at the radio - "You don't speak for me."
Rantings of an Arab Chick, my continuing effort to try to understand this crazy, fantastic, horrific, world around me. An open-minded Arab woman living with a foot in each hemisphere.

oh, and I check my friend's blogs and Damn Cool Pics, the stuff this person finds...

Anyways, the ones at the top are the really good ones, news with interesting twists. I love arab blogs for some reason...


*When I'm up I can't get down - Great Big Sea*


This is interesting... now those who regularly read my stuff are probably expecting me to go off on some rant about what a twit this particular professor is but I'm not. I'll wait while you scrape your jaw off the keyboard. No, not because I'm not in a ranting mood (I don't think I'm ever in a non-ranting mood...) but because its interesting. When people are being undeniably twerpish then I feel justified in my rants but I don't think this guy its being entirely twitlike.
There could be a whole host of reasons for him attending this conference, he coudl be under terrorist threats, he could be going because he hates all the people at his school and wants to outrage them all. He coul be going because he really does think that the Holocaust was made up or he could be going because he's curious. Heck, if someone handed me a ticket I'd probably go, its interesting to hear other people's sides of the story. While I probably wouldn't agree with anything these people say, I'd have fun openly mocking them...
Yes, the Holocaust did happen, yes 6 million Jews were killed in World War II and yes Israel was, is and forever will be. Why? Because Israel is God's chosen nation, they're gonna be around for awhile so get used to it. Anyways, I found this really interesting, rants about Bush huh? Sounds a little like me... *smiles* I'll talk to y'all later,

peace out

*Girl of the Year - FM Static*

Monday, December 11, 2006


Okay, so I haven't read the whole article so I take no responsibility for the content but I think we'll all get lucky and maybe all the global warming fanatics will freeze...


*my friend swearing on the phone...*

Sunday, December 10, 2006


I dunno where he finds this stuff but it is so freaking awesome. Add him to your bookmarks this ones a keeper...


*Temperature - Sean Paul*

Friday, December 08, 2006


Sucks to be that delegate. *giggles* Do your homework next time buddy.


Thursday, December 07, 2006

Self centred time now.

Okay, this is getting ridiculous, I have recieved no emails today. At least, no emails from real people, I got my Alberta Pro-life newsletter. That's it. That's all. All is all, that's all all is. I feel so deserted. Abandoned really. Ooh an email! Its from Delta's sister...hmmm. Cool. Well I replied and I'm bored again.


*Beautiful - Bethany Dillon*

Oh no! Not a pig race! Please dear goodness no!

*laughs* I'm sorry, I really am but that guy is wacked. If they want to build a mosque sucks to be you! Get over it, if they were protesting you building a church and I don't know, organized a whatever you would find offensive race, you'd whine and cry and boohoo all the way to the complaints department. Suck it up princesses.


Told you!

I told you! I told you that the loyalty question was bull, and this here only supports that. Want to know why? Because I have amazing powers of intuition and amazingness. Just ask me.


*jaw drops to floor*

*in horror* Oh. My. Gosh. This only further supports the comment I made about Bill Graham an hour or so ago. What. A. Twit. His new nickname (I have a thing for nicknames) is TwitBoy, he's like a wannabe... something. I'm not sure what but he's a wannabe of it. Well, in a couple of minutes I'm going to come up with better names to call him that sound not only insulting and degrading but also intelligent and I'll come back and edit this post and put them in so hah!


Oh well, Harper tried.

Guess that didn't work out. But that twit Bill Graham was wrong, the last vote the House had on this issue was controlled, meaning the MPs were voting the way their party leaders told them to vote. This was the first real vote they had and the twerps only won by 52 votes, and considering there were 298 votes cast, that's not a lot.
Bye the way, for anyone wondering, I am against same-sex marriage. Homosexuality is immoral, (keep your comments to yourself on this one Delta) the so-called homosexuals are not immoral, their actions are. Its like stealing (I'm not putting you up there with criminals, its an example), the action is immoral not the person. So yeah, I've met some very nice people, I'm related to one of them, who practice homosexuality and I don't think they're immoral. Anyway, I'm either going to be critisized mercilessly or agreed with or both for this so bring it on.

Peace out,

*Like a Racecar - Hawk Nelson*

Wickedly awesome pics

These are awesome. Watch the skateboarding vid. too. Its long but worth it...


*my sister's rendition of the 12 days of Christmas...*

Wednesday, December 06, 2006


Hah, sucker guess global warming just isn't very interesting.
Peace out

Wince inducing

You think you're religiously persecuted? Go talk to those Somalis and see how your situations compare. When you get beheaded because you didn't pray 5 times a day then I'll show a little sympathy. For now, my prayers are with the Somalis. More trig, my head hurts...


*One week - Bare Naked Ladies*

Carleton murderers

You may think me unjust for calling them that but thats what they are. I am pro-life through and through, all the way, unless the doctor says the birth is too dangerous for the pregnant woman, pro-life to the bone. Pro-choice is a bunch of garbage from irresponsible people who are astonished that our birth rates are low, well guess why. Anyway, some of those council members need to shove it up their nose, especially that twerp Shelley Melanson. GO Hutchison!!! At any rate, I need to do some trig.


*Everytime we touch - Cascada*

I still don't like him.

The loyalty question is bull, and he's probably very smart but I still don't like him. And the whole "identity" part was not worded very well, sounds like he has a double life in France as... something notorious and conspicuous. Course, that's probably my conspiracy theorist tendencies popping up again...


Tuesday, December 05, 2006


What a twinkie. This article doesn't fully illustrate that statement but honestly, he's the Liberal leader, how much twinkier does it get?


Christmas Carols for the Psychiatrically Challenged

Oh these are awesome. Most of you don't check the links so I'll type 'em out here...

Do You Hear What I Hear?


We Three Kings Disoriented Are.

I Think I'll Be Home For Christmas.

Hark The Herald Angels Sing (About Me)

Deck the Halls and Walls and House and Lawn and Streets and and Office and Town ...or Deck the Halls and Spare No Expense!

Santa Claus is Coming To Get Me.


You Better Watch Out, I'm Gonna Cry, I'm Gonna Pout, then MAYBE I'll tell you why.


Silent anhedonia, Holy anhedonia. All is calm, All is pretty lonely.


Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell, Jingle Bell Rock, Jingle Bell... (

The Twelve Days of Christmas

(don't make me repeat that again)


Thoughts of Roasting in an Open Fire.


Silent Night

Okay so I copied and pasted, sue me, I accredited my source.

I love these, if you get them, I'm impressed, if you don't...l *shrugs* you lose.

Peace out y'all



I learned like two basic beats yesterday on the drums!!! I was so excited, Delta showed me how to do them and he taught me the names of 3 of them because he didn't know the rest and it was so much fun... I'm gonna do more next time I go to that church, or the next time I come across an unoccupied drum set...


Monday, December 04, 2006

Tatoos for inmates?!?!?!?!?!

I'm personally astonished they actually started that program.
Honestly, they're in prison and we're paying for them to get tatoos!? It's PRISON people, and if they get HIV or Hepatitis B or whatever, we're still going to pay for their treatment aren't we? I
mean, if they're stupid enough to use dirty needles to give themselves tatoos, that's their problem.


*They all fall down - Grits*

Thursday, November 30, 2006


Someone's in trouble... didn't see that coming. It could be all speculation and maybe theres a perfectly reasonable legitimate explaination as to WHY their employees are getting such perks but I doubt it. Well, keep you posted...


Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Pain, lots of pain.

I am trying to not complain as much as I used to because no one cares but I am in such an inordinate amount of pain right now the rules have changed. Hfc, this HURTS. It's just like a stomach pain, maybe its my appendix, I still have it and maybe I'll have to get it out... that'd be an adventure... Anyways, I really wish I could phone a friend and rant to them (they rarely care) but it's too late for Sera and Jess and Teddy doesn't like it when I phone him (loooooong story) so I'm sitting here telling my avid world wide web fans. Cause you know I have a whole wack of 'em, yep they check in everyday multiple times just to read what I say because... they have no life? *smiles* I have math to finish so I'll thrill my readers later but until then peace out y'all



Mel Gibson supports that wack job Michael Richards, goodness knows why but for some reason he does...



I didn't know it was possible to be that stupid...

"The current system favours women who are willing to earn their way to the top through intelligence, hard work, and initiative." Ms. Stronach said, speaking before reporters. "This is clearly discriminatory."

(from here)

the original article this was taken from is here


Monday, November 27, 2006


Yay!!! The falls under the catagory of good news don't you think? Peoples can drink their water now! *does happy dance* That's good.


*The Night Pat Murphy Died - Great Big Sea*

Oh come on

Honestly. This law is giving couples the choice, both parents work, or one stays at home to raise the children. Before, if the couples didn't have split income, they could pay more than $5000 in extra taxes, now, Harper is introducing a law that gives couples the choice. Stay home or go to work. Some couples because of their financial situation didn't have that choice because of the extra taxes.
This isn't forcing women to stay at home, this is giving those that want to the choice. Some women will take advantage of it, some won't. So the Liberal Women's Caucus can get over it because *gasps* I know this is a terrifying thought, but some women don't want to work! Crazy I know but for some strange cataclysmic reason, they don't! So stop trying to force women into places they don't want to be and suck it up. This is taking us forward not back 40 years.


Sunday, November 26, 2006

Duceppe being... Duceppe?

Oh come on buddy, give it up already. Harper is smarter than any of us give him credit for, he didn't succumb to any mind games Duceppe might have been playing, he did this on his terms and he's going to continue to do so, so suck it up princesses. *smiles* And that concludes my completely unbiased assessment of the situation...


*Hero - Enrique Iglesias*

Saturday, November 25, 2006

*jaw drops to floor*

Wow, this is creepy... I have never seen anything like that... ever. Ewwwww!


Oh my

Look at this Oh My Gosh. That will be BIG. Like MASSIVE like a MONSTROSITY. Like LARGER THAN LIFE. Creepy...


*Arrest this Bearded Gentleman - The Heebee Jeebee's*

Friday, November 24, 2006

*look of shocked horror crosses face*

Bad student! very very bad bad student! Seriously, that is a really terrible thing to do, I wouldn't care even if he wasn't provoked. Yes, if he wasn't there should be measures taken to make sure he doesn't again but you don't broadcast to the whole world something stupid a teacher did. Anyway, I still have a ton of school to do...


Thursday, November 23, 2006

Could be interesting...

The pope's going to write another book
huh? this could be interesting... keep you posted.


Wednesday, November 22, 2006

*sings* It's the end of the world as we know it...

...and I feel fine!

Oh dear... this could be... interesting. To say the least. And just in case you were curious, 180 (aprox.) comments since Monday. Oh yeah, apparently its a hot topic, funny that 'eh? Well, I'm gonna go find more interesting news...


*Footloose - Kenny Loggins*

*scratches head*

silly silly people...

What kind of drugs was that woman on? Just a random question...


*slaps hand to forehead*


Have we really sunk to the level of being told to have confidence in the lottery??????? No really, that's a legitimate question, here's a thought! Why don't we just oh I don't know ban the lottery... *gasps* That's crazy talk! Noooo, cause if I ever suggested that to... anyone who supports the lottery (is it just me or is that a very wacked sentence?) I would immediately be lectured on goodness knows what. Probably something like "That would be a stab to the economic balloon" or something to that effect.
Here's a thought! Maybe, with all that money people are saving from not buying lottery tickets, they could put towards, savings, college for their kids, the new family car. There's a whole HOST of things they could do with the money! Most of them going right back into the main stream money market, the balloon wouldn't be deflated, there would be a new pump installed. I mean for crying out loud people, why are politians telling us to have faith in the lottery?
Its gambling, that's right, gambling. You know people can get addicted to that? There are some people that will spend their entire life savings on slot machines or poker tables or whatever else people do at casinosm, yup. My mom told me about someone who faked cancer to feed her addiction to gambling, yeah. Think about that for a bit.


Monday, November 20, 2006

Quote from Father of Wisdom

Father Of Wisdom said...

Ok... thats is very easy to explain. See when your kids are in trouble you get this kind of power you never had before. Number one: because its your kids. Number two: You would do anything for them, and Number three: you love them with all your heart and you cant let them get hurt. Parents would take a bull for their kids. I mean there the world to them. Now so parents maybe not seem that way. But wait till someone is holding a gun to there head, and you'll see how fast they'll move. Its a nartal thing, even we do it to. We do that with friends and family. If someone is in trouble you'll help them, and it also makes you feel good to.

I understand that FoW, I was just happy that it made the news, just because it's explainable doesn't not make it a miracle. I know pretty much 99% of all parents would risk their lives for their children, but we rarely hear about it on the news. I was happy that we were hearing about it and praising God that things like that happen.


Sunday, November 19, 2006


Just wow

That's... amazing. Grabs four kids then comes back for one more, in the hospital... wow. Now that's good news. Thank the good Lord for mom's like that, mom's who would die for their children and other people's children. Amazing...

*tries to stifle giggles*

Oh to heck with that *bursts out laughing*, read this -

Well, we're weird, we're wacky, we're polite and we're Canadian. This is good news though! I think I saw something else....

Saturday, November 18, 2006

We're weird, we're wacky, we're Canadian!!!

*smiles* This is cool, I didn't know we were that wacky... *laughs* but each to their own I suppose. What, am I supposed to get mad at them for being weird? That's the ideal status these days anyway...

Good news... sort of

The boy survived and while he's probably pretty shaken up over it, its good news nonetheless. I am now going off to find more...


Thursday, November 16, 2006


*sighs* And the bad news just keeps rolling in...

It'd be nice if people would celebrate the good instead of reporting the bad. I mean, people are out there saving lives, getting married, having children, resolving issues. But bad news sells, really puts new meaning into the phrase "No news is good news" huh?


*Somethin to believe in - FM static*

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

That's so cool...

News post of the day (or at least the first one)

it's weird, but very cool. I've never heard of The Christian Muslim Forum, but whoever came up with a way for Christians and Muslims to fight for a common good side by side with no lethal weapons involved is a genius! Hands down this is a good idea. What do you think?


*turkish delight - david crowder band*

Random thought inspired by Father of Wisdom

Looking up love in the dictionary rarely does any good for anything but looking up names meaning love helps a little. I did just that and there are a surprising number of stories in Greek mythology that tell of one "person" being in love with another, yet their love is not returned. They usually waste away in their love until only a small part of them remains, like their voice in the case of Echo (a nymph with a speech impediment, thanks to Hera she could only echo what other people said) who fell in love with Narcissus who did not love her back. She pined and pined until nothing remained of her except her voice.
And in the case of Klytie (an ocean nymph) who fell in love with Helios (the sun god) who did not love her back, she pined and pined until she turned into a heliotrope flower whose head follows the sun.
Unrequited love can make people do some pretty stupid things. On a more contemporary note, refer to My Best Friend's Wedding, Juli does absolutely every thing she can to win the love of Michael back but she never does. She drives herself (and a few other people) crazy, breaks a few laws and hurts a lot of people and she still doesn't succeed, Michael marries Kim and they move on.
The drastic measures people go to to get someone to love them are rarely rewarded. And if they are, its in hollywood or it wasn't because of the drastic measures they took. They were already loved or something else happened.
*sighs* I'm in a very deep thinking point in my life so expect more of this... *smiles*


*Someday - nickelback*

P.S. name meanings came from

Presidential debates

I don't have T.V. (any, not one channel) but Mom is crazy about West Wing so we buy the seasons, well she just bought the 7th season and we watched the episode of the debate between Santos and Vinnick and it was really interesting! I'm going to have to go to my grandparent's house when debates come up in Canadian and American elections because they are really cool. And if you understand politics (which I... sort of do) then you can really have a good time. Too bad my friends aren't too interested... oh well. My poppa is smart and understands this stuff so I'll talk to him. Anyway, I like conservatives, even before they got elected, I liked them before that, and my affection was only boosted after this last election when Martin made a complete buffoon out of himself... *smiles* ahhh, good times watching his screwed up interviews. Televised debates are good check them out sometime. Well, I have shakespeare to get back to which seems so dull compared to the running of a country... oh well. I'll talk to y'all later when I find a good news clip!


*A thousand miles - vanessa carlton*

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

News for today

Now its this kind of thing that gives me a desperate desire to throttle somebody -

Can you imagine the pain? The trauma? No, you probably can't, I can't either and I don't much care to. That man and woman should be put behind bars for LIFE. Longer. The death sentence is too kind. I know I sound like a raving, cruel lunatic but I know people who have suffered at the hands of these kinds of people and you do not just get over something like that. People who commit acts like that need to be analysed to see is they show any remorse and if not, given life sentences or death penalties. That's it, that's all. All is all, that's all all is. It's not that easy but it should be.


*student driver - stellar kart*


You know in algebra, when you have troubles with one lesson, leave them alone and go on, chances are you missed something.
Like in... oh say a video game. You get most of the "tokens" or whatever you have to get but not all of them, these tokens unlock certain capabilities or places that you need to progress, well when you don't get those and try to go on, you don't get very far until you go back and find the things you missed. If only life were that simple, you forgot to learn a particular lesson in a particular situation that would've helped you later on in life. Unfortunately we can't just go back to that particular situation and learn that lesson, but life has an advantage to gaming, things happen again, as the saying goes - History repeats itself over and over again. We can experience thing many different times, you can usually only get those tokens in one place on a video game. Well, that's my thought of the day, now for the news...


*looking for angels - skillet*

P.S. I guess that's why we are constantly told carpe diem, because if you just look to the future, you'll miss what's in the present.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Song writing

Father of Wisdom was right, write what you feel. I did that and the song keeps coming. Thanks buddy!


*computer humming...*

Sunday, November 12, 2006


Trying to figure out how to post them... well, this is the rug in my kitchen, cool huh? Now lets see if this works...


Just sad

Poking around the news sites I found this -

That's just sad. I know nothing can really be done about stuff like this but its still just sad.


What a sad, sad little world we live in...

Look at this link -

*shakes head* Oh dear. I'm not being uppity, I'm being sensible. Why do we have ROCK PAPER SCISSORS tournaments??? No really, that's a legitimate question! Y'all belong in those funky white jackets that do up in the back. Well, leave a comment, I promise I won't openly mock you if you do participate and/or approve of these particular gatherings.


*Donkey Riding - Great Big Sea*

Home now!

I just got home from my grandparent's house and I am stone dead tired. I talked to Teddy today and Drama practice is on Monday *does happy dance* yay!

Friday, November 10, 2006


That's what this blog is. How do you think blogs like Rantings of a Sandmonkey and what not get renowned? They talk about important things... I don't. I talk about the details of my inconsequential little life. Well that's going to change.


*Kryptonite - Three Doors Down*

Thursday, November 09, 2006


You know, waiting for someone to email you if you don't know when or even if they will is usually fruitless and disapointing. Not that I have any experience in the matter, noooo. Not me... mm-mm. Nope. *sighs* Not me, I don't sit and twiddle my thumbs waiting for my friends to email me... nooo. I have a life... I have better things to do...


Guitar playing

Is infinitely easier than song writing but it hurts your fingers waaaay more *winks*. I used to take guitar lessons but we moved and his wife had a baby so things just kind of fell out of wack. Yeah, but I dragged out the guitar and the lesson book and started picking. Nothing special, just little one note things on the first and second string. My fingers kind of recgnized the tune after awhile and while it sounded really bad, it seemed to give me a feeling of empowerment. Well, I'm going to go nurse my fingers and maybe practice piano or voice...

Peace out y'all

*beautiful - bethany dillon*

Just a little

All I'm going to say is this, life is bittersweet and writing songs is hard.

Peace up y'all

*just the two of us - will smith*

Julius Caesar

It's a fairly good play. I'm only on... Act II Scenes 3 & 4 but its interesting. We've just found out that Artemidorus knows of the conspiracy and is trying to warn Caesar. Whether it will work or not is still up for grabs. Nothing that makes me really think yet but I have a feeling it will come soon. *sighs* I only held out until 9:30 before I checked until my email, but its a start because normally I check it first thing. At any rate, I have to write an essay for Monday too, but I have the craft weekend I must attend (third annual you know) so it'll have to be completed either today or Monday.

I was talking with someone this morning who was sorry that the britney/kevin escapade didn't work out. If you know who I am talking about then grieve for it is distressing that we can remember the names of people we have never met yet we cannot remember
the names of people we see every week... At any rate, she said she was sorry, I said I didn't expect it to last anyway and it's about time! Things like marriage and death and childbirth were not meant to be broadcasted to all everywhere to be gossiped and quarreled about. She said "They're celebrities, it's not like they can help it." to which I say yeeeees they can.
How do you think there are VERY few photos circulating of Angelina Jolie's baby? She didn't let the public eye into her personal life, she didn't broadcast it but made it a private affair to be cherished my her and those closest to her. Not gossiped and cackled about by others.
Anyway, just my opinion, leave a comment!


*Take me in - Kutless*

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

The Weird People

I have like... seven friends that I met at camp right, well we all have each other's emails... sorry just spilled root beer on my shirt... okay, so seven friends ALL with each other's emails. Well every time we send out mass emails with little poems or stuff like this -

Every night, someone thinks about you before they go to sleep. At least 15 people in this world love you in some way. The only reason someone would ever hate you is because they want to be just like you. There are at least 2 people in this world that would die for you. You mean the world to someone. Someone that you don't even know exists loves you. When you make the biggest mistake ever,something good comes from it. When you think the world has turned its back on you, take a look again. Always remember the compliments you received. Forget the rude remarks.

I get like four copies of the email sent BACK to me. Even if I was the one who sent it! Mainly because no one checks the TO: lists. So it gets sent to all of the same people like 5 times. *shakes head* It's kind of funny sometimes. I just sent out one such email and It's already been forwarded BACK to me. Tomorrow there'll probably be three more copies. And I don't make friends with bimbos that often either! So either they don't know HOW to check, or they just like sending emails... back to the person who sent them originally.

While I don't make friends with bimbos very often, I do make friends with fairly odd people which is okay because I am a fairly strange person...

Something to think about - It used to be that you got called weird because you were a little off beat according to their interpretations. Nowadays, everyone wants to be weird because it's in. The thing most people don't understand is that they all moved themselves from one group into another group. But they're all still in the same group... *smiles* ah the ironies of life...


**= what I'm listening to
*California - Hawk Nelson*

First Post

Hi! I had to create a new blog because my old one was being tempermental. Everything I have has a personality and the old blog had one I didn't like *winks* so now I have Daughter of the King. It's not as mysterious as my old one, which was - Girl o' Grey. But oh well. Anyway, I hope you have fun, poke around a little and leave a comment!