Saturday, October 27, 2007

The Secret Life of Hogwarts People

Who knew there was so much yet to be
dug up and explored
?! Certainly not me!

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

link jack

Got this from another blog, this is just stupid funny.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Go home plz!!!

I'm sorry, I support the whole war in Iraq and Afghanistan and all the men and women out there risking their lives everyday I really do. But honestly who appointed the US police officers of the world? We already have the UN (not that they do much but that's besides the point) and personally I think I've had enough global powers. I get the whole Middle East blowing us up would suck thing but you have nukes! We hasn't the UN sent stormtroopers in to raid your nuclear supply cupboard huh?

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Low road indeed

My goodness, the PQ certainly know how to take snobbery to a whole new level.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Count the ethical issues in this one

AP newswire service reported this week on a lesbian woman who is suing a doctor because she had twins after fertility treatments and she and her partner only wanted one child. The pair was “devastated” when they learned the “mom” was carrying twins and thought about giving one up for adoption. They want over $300,000 to cover the costs of raising one of the girls and another $12,000 for compensation for time off work. The mom says she told the doctor she only wanted one child but the embryologist implanted two embryos.

- from the Alberta Pro-Life E-update for September 20/07

....there are no words. This is just ridiculous. (man do I need better adjectives....)


Thursday, July 05, 2007


What do you think?
We're having a talent show here at theatre school and the comittee for deciding what is appropriate needs to decide on belly-dancing. Most of the Christians do not agree with it being a viable option for an act and most of the non-christians do. I can't discuss it at length right now because I have class in 7 minutes so tell me how you feel.


Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Kiss Me Kate

We watched that last night because we are watching three adaptations of The Taming of the Shrew, first we watched a strict stage production of The Taming of the Shrew, last night we watched a musical called Kiss Me Kate and I think tomorrow we are watching 10 Things I Hate About you which is cool because I love that movie!
After we've watched all three our teachers will put forth an assignment to compare and contrast the three movies and I have chosen to compare Katerina (or her various counterparts in the other movies) and Petrucio's relationship. Fairly standard and not really imaginative but I'm including some technical elements like that Kiss Me Kate was very modern to it's time. There were fifties (it was shot in '53) references like gangsters and what not in the play they were performing and the dancing was all modern. All in all both very fairly good movies (because I'm really one to judge ;)) although The Taming of the Shrew was bloody freaking long. Well I have general session in 15 minutes and class in 45 so I'll talk to you all later!


Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Long gone

Hello my faithful or first time readers! How are you? Its been awhile hasn't it? I'm sorry I've left you drifting for so long. School got hectic and I had no time! It was all escaping too fast. At any rate, I am back now at least for the time being.
I recently watched The Taming of the Shrew. Interesting movie, the end was most dissatisfying. Katerina have gone soft and letting Petrucio win his bet at her expense. Although I can't help wonder if Kate herself didn't demand some sort of payment when they were away from the rest of the buffoons like The Guardian.
I am very very tired so I bid you all adieu (hopefully I spelled that right) and goodnight.


Tuesday, May 08, 2007


Supremely ironic, that's what racism is. In fact, I could walk into an all brown community and get beaten up because I'm white and supposedly trespassing on their turf. But if a brown or asian person walked into an all white community and got beaten up because he/she was "coloured"; those people could be taken to court for racial discrimination. I get more flak because I'm white than any of my friends get for being brown or asian. And they're the ones giving most of the flak. Excusing idiotic or rude behavior on their skin colour. There's always the underlaying feeling that I am somehow lower or lesser than or just plain not as cool as they are by virtue of the fact that I couldn't control my skin colour. If I could go back and choose the colour skin I was born with, based on what I've learned so far about this world, chances are it wouldn't be white. I'm not saying all brown/asian people are like that; many aren't. But the few that I have met, befriended or spent time with are mostly of that mind set.

I know there are many countries where racism is alive and well and very dangerous, but North America has become so scared of offending anybody that white people have become portrayed as the stupid, nonathletic, evil capitalist pigs of todays society who can't do anything as well as a black/latino/middle eastern/asian person could. There are many different points of view on this subject, and I would love to hear some of them so leave a comment.

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Thursday, April 12, 2007

Lords of Logistics

Absolutely mind blowing.

SOMEbody's lost his marbles

And I think we can all guess who....

That's right! The world famous twinkie boy Dion himself. Can anyone feel a merger coming? Like the Progressives with the Conservatives and then the Progressive Conservatives with the Alliance. All I can say is WE DID IT FIRST!!!! so cebu.

Anyways, apparently the notorious Jack Bauer may be hunting down Quebec separatists instead of the usual Russian/Mexican/Chinese/Middle Eastern criminals. Sweeeeet, I think we all want to see a little bit of that...

P.S. Top 100 Random and Fairly Useless Facts about Jack Bauer make sure you have some time on your hands, there's more than a hundred.


Wednesday, March 28, 2007


not entirely sure what thats supposed to mean but my office is hot.

Okay, did you know that World Tuberculosis Day is coming up? Cause I sure as heck didn't. How exactly is one supposed to spend WTD anyway? Testing themselves for it? Handing out awareness pamphlets? Honestly.... there was a Pi Day too. I mean, the edible kind I can understand there being a day for but the mathematical kind?
And this month is Liver Disease Month AND Kidney Month. Wow. Yikes these people are weirdos.

Okey dokey, Flaherty introduced the new budget, lotsa tax cuts for families. Dion's already strategizing as to how to tear it limb from limb and SM got caught in a protest. Well looks like things were busy while I was gone. Anyone miss me?

Friday, March 09, 2007

Cooler Heads Coalition

Well, today I was looking for something absolutely ridiculous so I could mock it mercilessly, double if its on the big GW. But then I realized, nobody who reads my blog really understands my position on global warming and why I have that position, you all know I hate the idiotic campaigns with their green scarves and electric cars and Kyoto trash but do you know why?

If this topic has ceased to interest you by all means continue surfing.

I think global warming is stupid because there is NO scientific evidence to back their "facts" that the world is going to turn into a ginormiguous green house, or that all our polar animals are gonna die because the ice is melting. I mean we had a freakin ICE AGE and yet somehow we're all still here. Its weather patterns bigger than anybody can forecast because we only have approximately 100 years of recorded weather so this pattern is ha-UGE. I found this article a few minutes ago and it's pretty good. I warn you, its like 3 years old but not a lot of this stuff has changed so enjoy!


Friday, March 02, 2007

Just a question

Why exactly do we care what is on the PM's plate? No honestly, why do we care??? So we can scorn them for over spending on food, so we can berate them for not spending money on more important things like global warming?
Actually, this is holding up an uncomfortable mirror to my own hypocrisy because if this had been a liberal/NDP/bloc plane/PM/cabinet I would be talking about it until I was blue in the face. But because its the Conservatives, I just bash the people who reported in instead. The truth is, any one of us would probably do the same thing in their shoes, if you had the option between filet mignon and a burger, you would probably choose the mignon. Unless you absolutely despise the former in which case you're odd.
This kind of thing came up when people were all huffy over Dion's limo driver spending 14 grand on a hotel and additional expenses, there is a slight difference and I'll talk about that in a sec but its true. We look through lenses tinted the way we want to see, mine are right-hued and some other people wear left-hued shades.
Now about Dion's driver, $14 000!!!!!!!! For crying out loud people, that's where Dion lives! Home life a little to rough? Whatever...



Thursday, March 01, 2007

Oh this is good...

Jack Layton interview. I love it, and I think if he weren't well Jack, I might actually like him... funny that 'eh? Well I have to go, buh-bye.


Friday, February 23, 2007

Fav song right now

Okay, for some freaky reason, Animal I Have Become by Three Days Grace is my favorite song at the moment. I'm not emo or anything I just like the sound, angry music is my thing right now...
The video is a little weird but just listen to it without watching, its good... talk to y'all later.


Smoking nicotine patches???

How wacked is that? Its almost like offering tatoos to the inmates cuz they keep giving themselves HepB with dirty needles... twinkies. Anyways, I can't offer an immediate solution better than the one offered in the article, I don't even have a relevant rant to dish up. Oh well, talk to y'all later


Thursday, February 22, 2007


This is bad, this is so very very baaaaaaaaad. There's lots about it on Sandmonkey. I wrote an essay about this kind of thing for Social Studies not too long ago, its not good. Not good at all, SM lives in Egypt, he could be next!!!! Course nobody knows where he lives, at least not people who want to murder him for being an infidel and consorting with them and mocking merciless dictators. Well, I have stuff to do, talk to y'all later.


Wednesday, February 21, 2007

Cat fight!!!

Rawr this whole Hilary/Obama thing is getting uuuuuuugly... Interesting isn't it? Can't wait 'til next year... Anyways, I don't like Hilary, she's a fop*. I'm still scratching my head as to why she's still married to Bill but maybe nobody's let me in on the big secret. Well it's late and I have to take a shower but I'll talk to y'all tomorrow.


*Cry - Mandy Moore*

*Fairly Odd Puppy

Monday, February 19, 2007

Kim seizes Japanese cars

Now this reminds me of road trips with my little sister; "Mom! She's looking at me!". Not sure why that popped to mind but there you go...


*some freaky cool techno stuffs*

Sunday, February 18, 2007


Don't dwell on your pain

Look for the silver lining of your clouds

Embrace the gorgeous new day with a smile on your face

Live each day like its the last

Say "I love you" enough... is there ever enough?

Give hugs... lots!

Read things you love

Pray like a child

Love like a child

We Live - Superchick

There's a cross on the side of the road
Where a mother lost a son
How could she know that the morning he left
Would be The last time she'd trade with him for a little more time?
So she could say she loved him one last time
And hold him tight
But with life we never know
When we're coming up to the end of the road
So what do we do then
With tragedy around the bend?

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

There's a man who waits for the tests
To see if the cancer has spread yet
And now he asks, "So why did I wait to live till it was time to die?"
If I could have the time back how I'd live
Life is such a gift
So how does the story end?
Well this is your story and it all depends
So don't let it become true
Get out and do what we were meant to do

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

Waking up to another dark morning
People are mourning
The weather in life outside is storming
But what would it take for the clouds to break
For us to realize each day is a gift somehow, someway?
So get our heads up out of the darkness
And spark this new mindset and start to live life cause it ain't gone yet
And tragedy is a reminder to take off the blinders
And wake up and live the life we're supposed to take up
Moving forward with all the hands up cause life is worth living

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

(Fade with:)
We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

We live we love
We forgive and never give up
Cause the days we are given are gifts from above
And today we remember to live and to love

Dance Love Live Laugh

This is for those who feel the pain like a dagger in their heart

I know how you feel, I've felt it too

Smile, then make someone else smile

Spring it on them, maybe they'll laugh

The best way to make yourself feel better is to make someone else happy

Put a smile on, face the new day

It'll be hard, I can promise you that

But brave it because happy is the best way to live life

You'll get down sometimes

You'll have to grieve

It'll hurt

Just don't let your pain overtake you

Because smiles are infectious

Almost like yawns

Say cheese!!!


Wednesday, February 14, 2007

This may be a little melodramatic

But God help us all. I live in Canada, rather close to some of these HUGE oil reserves, this will be interesting...


Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Monday, February 12, 2007

Efforts to reduce the boogie man

Or something to that fairly paranoid effect... hehe. Well, I don't have enough to criticize all the boneheaded things people are saying about the big GW and GHGs but I will say something about Québec and they're plan to be among the few who make Kyoto's targets because "they have a head start". Personally, I'd be happy if they did, then all us cool slacker provinces can sit here and laugh at them... hehe.

Sunday, February 11, 2007


as though no one is watching you
as though you have never been hurt before
as if no one can hear you
as though heaven is on earth

I like it....


*Alpha - Souljahz*

Friday, February 09, 2007

Kyoto would ruin the economy. Wow.

Ground breaking. Lol, seriously Baird is weird looking but he's got a point it probably would wreck the economy. Dion's apalled at the performance of the minister? I'm apalled at the "credit" stocks and sales and bargaining. Credit trading isn't reducing global warming, its funneling cash into the smaller countries that don't have as many factories or cars or whatever people think cause global warming. Well, whatever.


Tuesday, February 06, 2007


Brian Mason is a twerp, I love that:

"Albertans won't benefit hugely from oilsands development if labour and materials are being shipped here from overseas and the exported product is bringing in only "minimal" royalties, he added."

Oh I get it now, we aren't making you enough money so we should stop expanding our borders is that it? Well if most of the product is exported then how is that affecting our emissions, the factories? Help me out here people, I have no clue what this guy is saying...



Haha, this guy sounds like me! Or at least his colleagues do... feckless, must remember to add that to my vocabulary. Anyway, AT LAST! I have found someone else who thinks Dion is a complete idiot! Well, another someone at least, I could probably find a couple other people...


Monday, February 05, 2007

Twit people, twit people, rolly polly twit people...

Oh. My. Gosh. How did these wack jobs get elected?! Twinkies the lot of 'em! What a piece of Liberal trash, Harper was darn right when he said it was a big ugly socialist scheme to suck money from Western countries. This is almost like the equalization payments Alberta has to pay to the other provinces for being wealthy except on a much more monumental scale. It's ridiculous, global warming is a weather pattern, kind of like the Ice Age, and when we have of those again the politicians will all be out there saying either "Produce more global warming or we'll freeze!!!" or "See!!! I told you so! Your government's lack of efforts towards reducing green house gases give you these big fat ugly consequences. Vote Green!" It's a vicious cycle of never ending stupidity... Anyways, I like Harper's previous stance on the subject although he's still kind of missing the main point, there isn't really any global warming to fight. It's like being scared of the boogie man, he doesn't exist yet politicians are selling night lights like they're goin out of style. Yes we need to take care of our planet and yes we may be producing extraneous pollution and what not but honestly people get yourselves a clue!
Gotta love that "overwhelming scientific evidence" bit though...


Stephane Dion's Kyoto Problem

... there's only one?

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Wild and wacky

Well not really but it makes a great title. Anyways, came across this story and I was just thinking, what a baaaaaad PR story to say "We're cutting prison guards". Wailing mothers accusing the government of trying to kill their children in their sleep! Hehe, that would be funny, yeah that's me and my... interesting sense of humour to say the least. :-)


Friday, February 02, 2007


Isn't it gorgeous? Christmas in Moscow, I'm gonna go there one day.
This is the same place from a different angle and during the day.
I'm also going to England.
And Ireland...
And Rome...
And Peru...
And Nepal...
And Venice...
And Norway...

Yep, I've got a pretty full traveling schedule... talk to y'all later.


*What Was I THinkin - Dierks Bentely*

Great big pointing match

This is funny! Try watching it without sound, its even funnier. Found this on Sandmonkey, he's good too. Gotta go, talk to you later!


Thursday, February 01, 2007

Save Kyoto

Twerps, twinkies, absolute morons. Why the heck does Kyoto need saving???? Honestly, you may have heard my position on this before but Kyoto is a piece of green UN tripe, I couldn't be happier that Harper's ditching it! There'd be sparklers and party hats going on if I didn't know everyone around me would think I was off my rocker. I am definitely a happy chappy. The whole MP's not actually being able to pin their retarded Save Kyoto pics on just makes my day brighter! Haha, suckers... Anyways, today was a pretty good day, that pile up in Ontario was not so hot though, must remember to pray for them folks... Talk to y'all later!


Wednesday, January 31, 2007


From my sponsored child Bethsaida!!!! *does happy dance* I read it and she drew something for me!!! Izo pretty... Everytime they send me a letter from her they also send a sheet that I can write a letter of my own on, this makes in infinitely easier to write her back. I'm gonna go do that! Talk to y'all later!


Hank Williams First Nation

Good movie. For some reason, after we (mom, dad & me) finished it a discussion ensued about the good old days. Dad said any guy who came to school wearing eye liner when he went to school would promptly be given a good thumping and he would never do it again. I said to him, nowadays you thump a guy for wearing eye liner you got 45 human rights groups pounding your door down. He smiled, "Yeah and Greenpeace trying to save the gay whales." We got a pretty good laugh out of that one.


Letter to the president... or something.

I wish Harper had maintained that view point. I like that a lot better than their current plan to meet Kyoto's agreement. If you ask me (which no one really did...) Kyoto is a useless piece of UN crap. A big money maker for the little broke environmentally friendly countries, and something to pacify the global warming wack jobs. Oh well, I still like Harper and if an election comes up; he should win.


Sunday, January 28, 2007

Fonda at the peace rally

A "mean-spirited, vengeful administration" huh? Just imagine how charitable I'm feeling towards her right now... That administration is the one that is slowly piecing innocent people's lives back together that were shredded by totalitarian dictators and terrorist groups. What are you doing? Shaking hands with a bunch of pacifists who are sitting on their butts while troops are out there actually doing something. When you've fought a war and seen what those people have, then you can complain about them. I admit, I haven't fought those wars or seen what those people have been through, but I respect them and what they are doing.

Attack ads

Now this is what bugs me about all politics, the attacks. You can interpret that as being hypocritical because I attack people all the time, but what I mean is when one party starts attacking the other ones for no particularly good reason... other than the fact that they can. Especially with T.V. ads or radio ads or however else they do it. If you are really a good enough party to win, and you believe that, why do you need to waste time belittling your opponent? Why try and make them smaller when it isn't really making you any bigger?


ps 100th POST!!!!!!!!

Saturday, January 27, 2007

Low blow

I talked a bit with my dad about this last night and he said something that's stuck with me, "You can always count on your friends to hit where it hurts the most." Which sadly is true, your friends supposedly know more about you than anyone else, they know where the buttons are and they know exactly how to press them... Sometimes they don't even realize it, if you're good enough at hiding it, they have no clue, they think it was just another round in the game. Doesn't make it hurt any less.


Thursday, January 25, 2007

Fraud @ Winners

I like that store... Ho-aly! How the heck does one do that? Well if we knew there'd be a lot more credit card fraud I suppose... 20-40 million people worldwide!?!?!? That's not a melt down, that's a complete and total incineration of the entire system! It's not like a couple of dopey security guards, they would have like Norton Anti-virus times 10, firewalls, the works. Yet a sneaky little cyber wacko grabbed the credit info... weird.

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

That's me

Single - Natasha Bedingfield

Ah yeah that's right
All you single people out there
This is for you

I'm not waitin' around for a man to save me
(Cause I'm happy where I am)
Don't depend on a guy to validate me
(No no)
I don't need to be anyone's baby
(Is that so hard to understand?)
No I don't need another half to make me whole

Make your move if you want
Doesn't mean I will or won't
I'm free to make my mind up
You either got it or you don't

This is my current single status
My declaration of independence
There's no way I'm tradin' places
Right now a star's in the ascendant

I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be
I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be

Ah yeah uh huh that's right

Don't need to be on somebody's arm to look good
(I like who I am)
I'm not saying I don't wanna fall in love 'cause I would
I'm not gonna get hooked up just 'cause you say I should
(Can't romance on demand)
I'm gonna wait so I'm sorry if you misunderstood

[Repeat Chorus]

This is my current single status
My declaration of independence
There's no way I'm tradin' places
Right now a star's in the ascendant

I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be
I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be

I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be
I'm single

Everything in it's right time everything in its right place
I know I'll settle down one day
But 'til then I like it this way, it's my way
Eh I like it this way

Make your move if you want doesn't mean I will or won't
I'm free to make my mind up you either got it or you don't
'Til then I'm single

This is my current single status
My declaration of independence
There's no way I'm tradin' places
Right now a star's in the ascendant

This is my current single status
My declaration of independence
There's no way I'm tradin' places
Right now a star's in the ascendant

I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be
I'm single
(Right now)
That's how I wanna be

That's how I want to be indeed. Talk to y'all later!



This guy doesn't seem to like anybody, he bashed the Conservatives more than the Liberals but I think that's because the article was specifically about Harper's performance levels. Some things he has a point on, other things are just redundant. I don't know too much about whether the Conservatives followed through with their campaign promises because I wasn't altogether that interested at the time, most of my political interest has developed over the past year. Anyways, I know they've done a good job, heck of a better job than Chrétien or Martin ever did. I'm biased but honestly... Harper didn't do everything the way I would've but then again, he's running the country, not me. Well I've got a few things to do, more in a bit.


*Alpha - Souljahz*

Tuesday, January 23, 2007


Aren't they pretty? I thought so... there are some funky birds of paradise ones, maybe I'll throw 'em up here tomorrow. Well, it's late, I'll talk to y'all later!


*Small - Amanda Falk*


I read one of the many articles on the Pickton trial. They haven't proven it was him yet so I'm just gonna say that whoever did it is sick, I skimmed the more graphic descriptions of what those investigators found on his farm they were so nasty. Do not read that article of you are even a little squeamish, you will loose any appetite you may ever have. Seriously, grisly and hog nastified sum it up quite nicely. Anyways, I am still free!!! I have no one to talk to about my freedom but I'll get over it. I've been dnlding all morning onto my phone, I'll have to throw on some of the new songs I've found... Yeah I'm a little wacked, there's a disgusterpating trial going on somewhere with people trying to convict a creepy wacko dude of creepy wacko stuff and here I am dnlding songs, but I'm okay with that. Because I can't do anything here except pray and I'm doing that so its in God's hands. I have to go check the mail, talk to y'all later!


Monday, January 22, 2007


WITH THE FIRST SEMESTER AND EXAMS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Woot woot! Partay time!!! I get this week off except for CALM stuffs but that doesn't take long. I'm so excited its ridiculous... Yeah, my 4gb cell phone memory card arrived in the mail today so I have stuff to dnld *rubs hands together and giggles antipantly*. I want to see Freedom Writers reeeeeeeally bad... Anyways, it's late and I'm going to watch Akeelah and the Bee. Talk to y'all later!!!


*They All Fall Down - Grits*

Sunday, January 21, 2007

Fav songs of all time

(in the order that I find them in my music files)
Ordinary Day - Great Big Sea
End of the World - "
Donkey Riding - "
The Night Pat Murphy Died - "
Cowboy Christmas - The Heebee Jeebees
Let it Snow! (mistletoe) - "
Battle - Friday's Cry
The Colour Hate - Souljahz
True Love Waits - "
Diverse City - TobyMac
Irene - "
Party Starter - Will Smith
Raggle Taggle Gypsy - Irish Decendants
A Walk in the Irish Rain - "
Earthquake - Art of Fighters
Who Let the Frog Out - Crazy Frog
Technologic - Daft Punk
Bodies - Drowning Pool
Sweet Dreams - Eurythmics
Die Another Day - Madonna
Cosmic Castaway - Electrasy
Into the Rush - Aly&AJ
Walkin on Sunshine - "
Small - Amanda Falk
I Say A Little Prayer For You - Aretha Franklin
My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion
Footloose - Kenny Loggins
Cry - Mandy Moore
It's Gonna Be Love - "
He's My Son - Mark Shultz
Single - Natasha Bedingfield
Unwritten - "
Man! I Feel Like A Woman - Shania Twain
A Thousand Miles - Vanessa Carlton
Rawkfist - Thousand Foot Krutch
Absolute - "
Freuer Frei - Rammstein
Promise of a Lifetime - Kutless
Hearts of the Innocent - "
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing - Aerosmith
What Was I Thinkin - Dierks Bentely
My Immortal - Evanescence
Girl of the Year - FM Static
Flop Culture - "
America's Next Freak - "
California - Hawk Nelson
In the End - Linkin Park
Someday - Nickelback
We Live - Superchick
Kryptonite - Three Doors Down
Animal I Have Become - Three Day's Grace (think that's what it is...)
Stomp - Kirk Franklin
Indescribable - Christ Tomlin

Well, I know most of you don't care but that's about it... good songs. That doesn't even include most of my favorite 80's stuff. Oh well, another day perhaps.


Bring it on Dion

Bring it on. Go Harper, go Harper, go go! *laughs* Anyways, looks like all the parties are suddenly green, weird huh? I think its very nice for our egos to think that we, with our little vehicles and little buildings and little plants can destroy the earth.


*It's the end of the world as we know it - great big sea*

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Weird feelings...

Just in general. I got up at 6:15 this morning to go help man a "hospitality table" at some swim meet until noon, went to my grandparent's place where I slept for 4 hours and came home. Not a super exciting day but I kind of feel unhappy. I know you guys are all sick of hearing about my unhappiness but no one's forcing you read my blog so suck it up or get lost (BTW I'm feeling kind today :p). Wondering about stuff, what happened to my friendship with someone, wondering what I'm going to do with the rest of my life, wondering when my parent's thing will be done so I can watch Tokyo Drift, wondering how I'm going to ask someone a particular question, wondering when something will happen in my life, wondering if I'll ever fall in love, wondering where I'll go to college. So many questions, many of them revolving around a select few persons.
BTW, I'm not sure I'll ever "fall in love" per say, love is a decision, not some random occurence similar to an unpleasant incident with a rather large pothole. But you can't just decide to love anyone, you have to be sure, but how sure can you ever really be? Oh well, I'm pretty darn young to be thinking about this kind of stuff, its fairly irrelevant at this point in my life. But one has to wonder *laughs* (new fav word) what makes love all worth it? I mean, just looking at the love lives of people around me, mostly my age, my friend's relationships rarely last very long, it was worse in junior high, when the relationship is done they're all heartbroken until they jump back on. Its so complicated, figuring out how far is too far, or worse, not figuring out how far is too far and getting hurt. Wondering if someone likes you, wondering if you like that someone.
Oh yeah, something else, wondering when people are going to get a clue! I'm a naturally outgoing person, I am not afraid to go up to some random person, introduce myself and start a conversation, I'm just not. Well, the people around me seem to interpret that as being outrageously flirtatious. I'm not! I'm friendly and I don't have to have all that back door brokering done before I can go up to some guy and strike up a conversation. Most girls my age (this is from someone else, I hadn't really noticed) are too shy to actually go up to a guy and talk, unless they already know them pretty well or their friend has talked to his friend and they know everything is okay or whatever.
*laughs* I don't think I've ever done that in my life... Anyways, its amazing how five lines can make your otherwise happy day, turn infinitely sour. That just happened, see I started this blog post yesterday, and I read something this morning that just made me unhappy again. *sighs* I suppose that's my overt sensitivity kicking in, really gotta curb that thing...


Wednesday, January 10, 2007

*crickets chirping*

Well... *twiddles thumbs* looks like I'm kind of alone here... yep, well, doesn't matter much to me, I have better things to do. Well all my friends can kinda sorta just get over it cause I'm not going to sit around waiting for them, I have a life to get back to, talk to y'all later... maybe.


*Cosmic Castaway - Electrasy*

The God Who Wasn't There

I want to see it. This movie looks... I don't want to go on a pre-emptive spiel until I've seen it so staying silent here. Huh, it looks kind of weird, almost like the feeling I got from The DaVinci Code... Anyways, looks interesting and if at all possible, I want to see it.



Quick Mom! Get the groceries, Dad find our flashlights, matches and back-up generator, kids get as many movies as you can possibly carry!!!! Its gonna be a big one! This is gonna be sooooo much fun...


*Feuer Frei - Rammstein*

Tuesday, January 09, 2007

More troops

I'm torn on this because I'm not sure how well a job the current troops have done. I just don't think putting more troops there will really help. Its like a clogged sink, pouring more Draino down after a full jug has already been used, probably means there's a better solution. Tell me what you think, I haven't formulated an opinion of my own so regale me.


*Its gonna be - Mandy Moore*


That last post was kinda random... Anyways, not too much new stuffs, nothin new on the tanker/nukey sub collision, apparently some RCMP dude was taking WAAAAAY too many flights on the RCMP planes and people didn't like that so they fired him-ahem "forced him to resign". Either way he's out, oh snap that guy was one of the dudes doing the Maher Arar thing. Sucker... Ummm Mackay is in Pakistan, that'd be fun. Layton's being a twinkie, something about the Kyoto agreement which I am reading about, sounds like a lot of eviromentalist stupidity so far but I have yet to talk to my dad about it... NDP is being very green lately and I don't get it, maybe they're trying to appeal to a younger demographic... you know the ones who don't have the nightmares with moderates chasing after them with really big sticks. Well, ttyl


Monday, January 08, 2007

Just thinking

Yeah I know you're all saying "uh-oh" or "you know lying's a sin right?" but seriously. I report on the news that's important to me not every piece of news I can say something about, which is giving my readers a slanted view... kay this isn't coming out very well... nevermind. Anyways, this tanker/nuclear sub thing has me really interested, there was also something about the U.S. bombing Somalia but I wasn't too interested in that. Oh, I'm gonna go email my friend...


*My Heart Will Go On - Celine Dion*



Ahhh, this is driving me insane!!! CTV only got it like a minute ago and NNW got it a few minutes ago. I swear, I was refreshing NNW and the CTV thing popped up. This is going to drive me insane... you better believe the second I get more it'll be on here.


Finally! Something else! I've been refreshing NNW for the past ten minutes... Not too much new, no reported injuries, the oil rig didn't leak so no massive oil clean ups, the tanker is now at port in the United Arab Emirates. There'll be way more on it tomorrow.

My dad pointed this out, the people who say they read the news and watch it on T.V., they don't really watch the news, they watch whatever the station has at the time. People who check real news sites that are live and update like every few minutes, yeah they get the news. Enjoy


good song

The power of a little white tank top...


*What was I thinkin? - Dierks Bentely*
Just listen to it, or find the lyrics, its funny

Sunday, January 07, 2007

Khan isn't ambidextrous

He's just... Khan. Long story... long, Wajid Khan is an immigrant from Pakistan, he was a pilot dude in the pakistani army and he moved to Canada in the 70's when he started his own used car dealership which has grown to become a chain of car dealerships. He got into politics and was elected as a liberal MP. Khan, being from Pakistan and absolutely brilliant, was approached by Harper and asked for his input in helping Harper better understand how to deal with the middle east. There was no pay or anything like that just a sense of duty Khan felt to better Canada. At that time the Opposition Leader was interim leader Bill Graham (who you may recall is a twinkie at politics) who could care less about the arrangement. Then the liberal leader election comes up and *gasp* now Dion's in "power" per say. Well Dion has some issues with HIS backbencher giving props to Harper, so he goes to Khan and says "Hey, choose. Liberal party with no chats with Harper or wherever else you want to go having whatever chats you want with whomever you want." Khan chose to walk the floor, he is now a Conservative backbencher and advice dude for Harper. Yeah, that's the way it played, I like him.


*Impact & Weaver - all my life* good song y'all


Now, i am not going to try and change the past but I will say something about the future. Get a life America. If Israel is going to bomb Iran, Israel is going to bomb Iran. The only thing your negotiations and trade agreements will solve is to let the pot simmer a little longer. BFN


Saturday, January 06, 2007

Is Khan ambidextrous?

Kay that's probably an old joke so I'll stop now... Anyways, Khan switched sides I don't know if I like him.
Speaking of Tories and Dems, I'm reading this book right now, How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must): the World According to Ann Coulter its a good book y'all, this girl is hilarious, she's smart too. I'm also reading Are You Liberal? Conservative? or Confused? by Rick Maybury good stuff, good stuff. He's smart too, not quite so "Down with the Dems" as Coulter because he's just talking about what politics is, then and now. Check 'em out.


Friday, January 05, 2007


Lots and lots and lots of pain. My thighs feel like someone has been dropping steel bricks on them from a ten story high building ALL day. My biceps feel like I've had my arms tied to 50 lb weights and I've had to hold them up ALL day. Guess where I went yesterday? Snowboarding then skiing at Sunshine. There have not been words coined to describe the amount of sheer agony I am in right now. I cannot believe it hurts this much, my friends aren't any better off. Delta could barely get off his chair this morning and Squeaky couldn't laugh because it hurt too much. I could barely walk and I'm not sure if I'll actually be able to get off my bed tomorrow morning. This. Is. Hell. The thing is, I'll probably do it all again someday. Oh yeah, and my throat feels like I drank battery acid this morning with my yogurt and eggs. I couldn't talk this morning it was so bad, I sound like a 90 year-old whose been smoking since they were 5. Sunday's going to be fun, I'll limp in and collapse into my chair which I won't move from until as late as possible. The stupidly unfair part of it all is, I suck at snowboarding AND skiing, pretty much all my friends got it except me, and they're going to be prancing all over the place on Sunday. This sucks.
I made a few friends though, Andrew, Christina and Nick, good discussions, great speakers, great food, great hotels, great views of the mountains. Yeah it was good. Christina was just fun to talk to and she always made sure everything was okay if I looked down. Andrew was fun to talk to, he hung out with us for the most part, good discussions with him... Nick was also a good conversationer, that boy is smart, people smart, book smart, randomly stupid stuff smart. He taught me how to make it down the hill on a snowboard without breaking my neck too! We talked almost the whole busride back from the conference centre, it was cool. Realized some things about God, myself, my friends, the person I like and evangelism. Good stuff y'all. I even got three books of matches!
*laughs* Delta was hitting on Andrew so hard, the poor boy never saw it coming... We were sitting in a Moxie's and after Jenelle tells him to, Delta starts playing with the back of Andrew's neck, the look on his face was priceless. Andrew never thought that would be in store when he asked to come with us... Anyways, I have sleep to catch up on, I think my collective sleep over the last 3 nights has been maybe 13 hours so I'm gonna go. I'll talk to y'all later if I can get to my computer...


Tuesday, January 02, 2007


Of my foster sisters, we had them for a year before they were adopted... that was good but I miss them sometimes. I looked through their photo box this morning... so many memories, some bad, some good. I love those girls, they are so beautiful, I have their Christmas picture in my wallet. Along w/my parent's pics and one of me that I need to give to my friend *makes mental note*. I need more wallet photos... friends, reli's, more friends... Goodness knows I have enough friends and relatives. I have a pretty sizable family, mostly on my mom's side though, its cool. Lots of people to talk to at the family reunions... Well, I have to go shopping for snowpants and then ENGAGE BABY WOOHOO!!!! Talk to y'all later.


*Scorpion - Infected Mushroom*

P.S. Yeah it is actually Engage not Engaged for those of us who can't spell. :P

Monday, January 01, 2007

First Post of 2007

This post feels special... just ask it. Well, I don't know about you but my 2006 was pretty good. I made some friends, like Delta, Jess, FoW and pretty much the rest of the youth group. I've grown so much this year, physically, spiritually, mentally, just looking at pictures of me a year ago, reading my journal entries. So much has changed. Some good, some not so good. A new year, another chance, more dreams to dream, more times to blow it, more times to fix it. A promising new beginning. Well I'm done being philisophical, woohooo! A new year!!! I'll talk to y'all later.


*DJ Tiesto - Trance Energy*

P.S. Thanks for all the comments everybody left! I love you guys!