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Wednesday, October 13th, 2004
11:27 pm
Umm my new Blog is at http://blandrew.megaawesome.com/

Thats where I dont post now as opposed to here
Tuesday, July 27th, 2004
11:51 pm
My summer movie expierience so far in order of enjoyment.(UPDATED!)

1. Spiderman 2

Allthough I wont see this movie 5 times, if someone else were too I probobly wouldnt make fun of them this one is really good.


2. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

I thought about not adding this as it was out before the summer and I just got aorund to seeing it. A very meencholie movie that actually has a very happy ending. Jim Carrey should make more of these movies.


3. Ferenheight 9/11

Beacause its a documentary, its hard to eb as entertaining as a normal movie, but desperate times call for desperate meisures, and this one has enough comedy to make it entertianing enough to be my 2nd favorite movie so far.



4. Donie Darko (Directors Cut)

I had seen most of this one on HBO, but tragically missed the ending due to an emergency. The directors cut adds soem new stuff that helps explain some fo the more mystical portions of the movie and I didnt notice anything that was missing. If I had been seeign thsi for the first time i migth have moved it up the list.



5. The Bourne Supremacy

Top notch sequal with really good and not overused action sequnces.




6. Supersize Me

This is a documentary about a guy who only eats Mcdonalds food for a whole month, and documents the chnages his body goes through. This movie is styled after Michael Moore type documentaries, and thus is serves up a god amoutn fo humor to go with the scathing indictment made towards the fast food industry


7. Dodgeball

Pretty funny, but very short. Finally a role that Ben Stillers Over-the-topness works. And no matter how it seems Vince Vaugh is actually the lead in this one. Ben Stiller reprises his role from Zoolander, but only as a relaly dumb evil gym-owner, rather than a good hearted male model.


8. I Robot

For a cheasy action movie this was pretty good. Will Smith was more restrained then usual wich is a good thing.


9. The Corperation

A documentary about the terrible things that corperations do. Its kind of shocking when all put together in one setting.


10. Anchorman

Same type off humor as dodgeball, but not as good of cameo's. Steve Corell is a genius.



11. Control Room

A look at the Al Jazeera channel durring the Iraq Invasion. Another indictment against the current administration, paticularly Rumsfeld.


12. Mean Girls

A good look at high school dynamics, but mostly of the female type. This is one of those movies billed as a "teen movie" but has a lot more depth then anything you'll ever see Jennifer Love Hewit in.



13. Shaolin Soccer


Old Kung Fu Movie meets feel good underdog sports movie. Hilarity ensues. If you like old wacky kung fu movies, and you enjoy them because they are bad, and you enjoy laughing at dumb sports movies you'll like this one.


---- This line represents where I feel my money and/or time was wasted -----


14. Shrek 2


This movie wasnt terrible, but I could have spent my 8.50 on 8 york Perpermint patty bars, and a small bottle of rum and had a better time gettign drunk. The first one was much better.



15. Man on Fire


This movie was dumb, very long, stupid, dumb, went on forever, had bad dialouge, wasnt actually an action movie, would not end, shitty, and at no point was Denzel Washignton ever on fire. 2 and a half hours long. and i was allready looking at ym watch at 1+ 1/2 hours into the movie. You'll spend the first hour waiting for the action and the last hour and a half waiting for it to end.
Friday, July 23rd, 2004
6:47 pm
I Love Plummmet
I just found out plumet released their 2nd song, Cherish the Day. The uk/Antiles mix is the better one to pick up, and you should.
Sunday, July 18th, 2004
12:34 am
So since my last list of moves I saw this summer, Ive seen I Robot, Control Room, and Eternal Sunshgine of the Spotless Mind. I have to make some changes. Eternal Sunshine was very good. If someone made me take them to a "chic flic" I would take them to see this. That would show em. I wish Jim Carry would do less Jim Carrey movies and more movies like this.

My last Cats dieing, shes aproximately 16 years old so its not expected but its sad none the less.

So the Boune Identity is comming up soon, but besides that and the Zach Brach film of which I know very little about, theres nothing im really anticipating for the res tof the summer. Am I missing anything?
Friday, July 16th, 2004
11:26 am
Kyle Anderson is a big fat looser..
... for making me drive down to Mt Lk Terrace so we could watch the midnight showing of I Robot together, and then not showing up till right before the movie started, and then leaving right after it ended. If i didnt go down there i could have avoided the crazy lady with the Notebook fetish yealling at me.


The movie was good though.
Saturday, July 3rd, 2004
10:28 pm
Am I gettign old?
The fireworks have started going off tonight aorund my house. unfortunately my neighbors seem to be doign fireworks on the front side fo their house, which is the part of their property that is closest to my room. Thus it sounds liek theres a gun fight goign on nto 10 feet outside my window. In addition, its fuckign hot so I need to keep the window open.

Damn kids and their fireworks!!!!

So now thta Im not playing SWG I need a new MMO to play. The problem is nothing thats currently available looks any good to me. Face of Mankind might be good though but thats a ways off...

I am looking foreward to moving out sometimes this summer.
Friday, July 2nd, 2004
11:14 pm
My summer movie expierience so far in order of enjoyment.

1. Spiderman 2

Allthough I wont see this movie 5 times, if someone else were too I probobly wouldnt make fun of them this one is really good.


2. Ferenheight 9/11

Beacause its a documentary, its hard to eb as entertaining as a normal movie, but desperate times call for desperate meisures, and this one has enough comedy to make it entertianing enough to be my 2nd favorite movie so far.



3. Donie Darko (Directors Cut)

I had seen most of this one on HBO, but tragically missedf the ending due to an emergency. The directors cut adds soem new stuff that helps explain some fo the more mystical portions of the movie and I didnt notice anything that was missing. If I had been seeign thsi for the first time i migth have moved it up the list.



4. Supersize Me

This is a documentary about a guy who only eats Mcdonalds food for a whole month, and documents the chnages his body goes through. This movie is styled after Michael Moore type documentaries, and thus is serves up a god amoutn fo humor to go with the scathing indictment made towards the fast food industry


5. Dodgeball

Pretty funny, but very short. Finally a role that Ben Stillers Over-the-topness works. And no matter how it seems Vince Vaugh is actually the lead in this one. Ben Stiller reprises his role from Zoolander, but only as a relaly dumb evil gym-owner, rather than a good hearted male model.


6. Mean Girls

A good look at high school dynamics, but mostly of the female type. This is one of those movies billed as a "teen movie" but has a lot more depth then anything you'll ever see Jennifer Love Hewit in.



7. Shaolin Soccer


Old Kung Fu Movie meets feel good underdog sports movie. Hilarity ensues. If you like old wacky kung fu movies, and you enjoy them because they are bad, and you enjoy laughing at dumb sports movies you'll like this one.


---- This line represents where I feel my money and/or time was wasted -----


8. Shrek 2


This movie wasnt terrible, but I could have spent my 8.50 on 8 york Perpermint patty bars, and a small bottle of rum and had a better time gettign drunk. The first one was much better.



9. Man on Fire


This movie was dumb, very long, stupid, dumb, went on forever, had bad dialouge, wasnt actually an action movie, would not end, shitty, and at no point was Denzel Washignton ever on fire. 2 and a half hours long. and i was allready looking at ym watch at 1+ 1/2 hours into the movie. You'll spend the first hour waiting for the action and the last hour and a half waiting for it to end.
1:56 pm
You are an SRCL--Sober Rational Constructive Leader. This makes you an Ayn Rand ideal. Taggart? Roark? Galt? You are all of these. You were born to lead. You may not be particularly exciting, but you have a strange charisma--born of intellect and personal drive--that people begin to notice when they have been around you a while. You don't like to compromise, but you recognize when you have to.

You care absolutely nothing what other people think, and this somehow attracts people to you. Treat them well, use them wisely, and ascend to your rightful rank.
11:40 am
RIP Marlon Brando
1924- 2004
Thursday, July 1st, 2004
12:48 am
Spiderman 2 = teh Uber
Saturday, June 26th, 2004
2:30 pm
So on a late thursday night I decided to go see Ferinheight 9/11 at a midnight showing. I've never gone to see a movie at midnight, but I felt seeing this one was important.

It was well worth seeing and I think everyone should go and watch it. Evan if you know all the facts he is presenting its worth seeing for the feed film that you havent seen on tv.

Also one of the coperations that is discussed in the film actually owns alot of the treaters that are showing the movie, and who knows when they might decide that enough peopel have seen the movie.
Friday, May 28th, 2004
10:21 pm
So I arrive today at work, and a co-worker tells me that some lady had called and asked if i would be working tonight. Alissa my co-worker told her that she could not give out that info. The Lady responded angrilly and said she'd be in tonight and she wanted to sit in my section. Creepy......


I was at the Se4attle center last night, using one of the bathroom stalls. As i walked out there was thig guy by the sinks , his pants down around his ankles, underwear around his knees, and we was furiously scratchingor washing his balls, i couldnt discern what his purpose was, muttering "fucking, fuck, fuck fucking fukity fuck fuck", over and over. Wierd shit.


Later tonight at work opne of the hosts says I have a phonecall, some lady. So I answer "this is Andrew speaking"

"Andrew?" she replies "Andrew Galim?"

I reply "We dont have and Andrew Galim that works here."


She says "Oh, sorry" And hangs up. And to think I had a stalker....




I am the Diamond bandit. If you can guess what that means I might give you a prize, somethign thats totally worthless perhaps.
Thursday, May 27th, 2004
11:24 pm
Jump to the rhythm jump jump to the rhythm jump!



And I’m here to provide
Peace and lyrics to make your shake your pants
Take a chance, come on and dance
Guys grab a girl, don’t wait, make a whirl
It’s your world and I’m just a swirl
Trying to get a nut to move your butt
To the dance floor, so yo what’s up
Hands in the air, Come on say yeah,


AHHHHHHHH Jeah!


Root bear tastes awesome!
Im gonna call it w00t b33r!


I got my tax return today and did a jig of joy, cause its the real mcoy. Im droppin 10 g's with ease yo!


The new Seattle Librabry sucks! It closes at 6:00 PM! Who the fuck wants to get up early to go to the library I dont care fow art fuckign deco it is!!!!!

Mysterious carpentry guilds, pike place market hours, and seattle in general also suck, being that it was thursday our only recourse was to see Shrek 2!!!! Not as funny as the first one!!!!!



I got silver nitrate on my hands in chem lab wednesday. They stain your skin like you're a burn victim. I managed to get most of it off with Peroxide, or so I thought, its slowly reapearing. Dave thinks its a wierd anti-peroxide strain of silver nitrate. I reply'd its just an ionic solution, Dave, not a bacterium. But what other reason is there? I musta killed of the wild strains of silver nitrate, but a few resistant strains survived an poliferated and are re-infecting my skin..... time will tell....
Monday, May 24th, 2004
12:31 am
Movies I've seen lately:

Supersize Me

This is a documentary about a guy who decides to eat nothing but McDonalds food for a month, and then detail the changes his body goes through (weight gain cholesterol gain, impaired sex life, vomiting.) Its very good.


Shaolin Soccer

You might have to have seen old Kung Fu movies such as the Wu Tang stuff to apreciate this one. A Shaolin student wants to promote his martial art by putting together a soccer team of other misfit Shaolin monks, and goign to the China Soccer Cup, and defeating team evil. Its goofy, has not one serious moment, and intended to do just that. Three and a Half thumbs up!
Tuesday, May 18th, 2004
1:10 am
So I wasnt playing L5R, then i went to a pre-release and thought about getitng back into it. But, theres a few too many reasons I dont think I will. It costs too much to get the cards. The closest tournaments are in SEattle which is 50 minutes away, and those arnet that great anymore, and Tacoma is about 2 hours away. I dont wanna drive that far for a weekly tournament. I also dont wanna spend the time playing in said weekly tournaments to stay good at this game. And Im sorry to say this but there are alot of L5R players that i just dont want to be around. You can pick your firends but you cnat pick your family or your l5R opponent. I really dont think any person I dont wanan be around will read this, not that I will anme any names, but Im sure ive mentioned several of them before.

Ahhhh but in three and a half weeks I will be doen with school for apromimately 4 months so I will ahve lots of time. What will I do with myself? First thing is Im goign to get more hours at work. Im at 3 nights a week because school almost drove me nuts during winter quarter. That will lead to more moeny for me which wil lead to getting a place to live thats not my parents and is closer to work. The only issue with that being that a certain person who will remain nameless, but whose name rhimes with Flave Dillingham, needs a job so he can move into. Having a place will lead to amazing adventurs that cannot be spoken of here. Oh and me and Flave Dillingham have a plan to getinto E3 next year, that doesnt involve Pokemon at all!

Last night a waitress that I work with kept hitting me and smackign me in the ass, which was gettign annoying so when she wasnt looking I returned the favor by attempting to smack her in the ass really hard. However she turned and i ended up hitting her hip. Hilarity ensued when she screamed like a little girl, and her rigth leg went numb for a few minutes. She never did harass em that night except to remind me how hard it hit her. Mission acomplished.

I need to get to bed, I ahve to get up at 10 and go to class and learn about entropyand it s palce in thermodynamics, and then learn stuff abotu trig I allready learned once.
Wednesday, April 28th, 2004
11:41 pm
I saw the New Ultra Dance compilation CD comercial tonight. Apparntly they are yupto 5 now. I have 1 and 2. Where's 3 and 4 I ask. It has good stuff on it like the new stero soundcrash song. Hopefully i'll find it in stores.

What else...

Oh I have a tentitive plan to move to Canada for various reaosns. Thye involve moving near University of British Columbia and or Vancouver. Im sure one could somewhat guess guess my motivations based on the locations, And one could laso guess a few more of the motivations by knowing me. Or not.

The last two books ive read has generated a good dose of paranoi/anger. Thanks Dave. The first one was Delta Green: Countdown. This is nothing new though. I read the Call of cuthulu book, nad it didnt really scare me at all, it was just kinda neat. However the Delta Green stuff is way worse because it feeds on any distrust one might have for the government. In addition it blurs fact and fiction, to the point where you';re not sure how much oif what they write is known fact, educated guesses, fillign in the blank, or pure fiction. It doesnt help that alot of it is backed up with alot of research. Right now im reading "Perpetual War For Perpetual Peace: How we got to be so hared". It pretty much damns the government, but with conspiracies I havent read about upto this point. Is a dose of fear/hate for government/coporations healthy? Probobly not, but is it the right thing to have?
Friday, April 16th, 2004
12:42 pm
The Automated Online Role-Player
It's indistinguishable from live humans!
By Dave "Fargo" Kosak | August 22, 2003


Sure, I love Star Wars Galaxies, the massively multiplayer RPG. I've written about it on several occasions. But I'm past that point where I can dedicate my life to a single game. I'm a very important businessman who does very important business with very important people at very important social engagements, such as watching softcore anime with the dudes in the apartment across from mine.

But, I still want to keep playing. And I want to WIN. I know, I know, the hardcore among you are saying, "But Fargo, you can't 'win' an online RPG. That defeats the purpose." To which I respond: I LIVE to defeat purposes.

And besides, like it or not, people do try to "win" massively multiplayer RPGs. The rules of engagement are something like this:
* If there is a status bar, make it grow bigger
* If there is a number, make it higher
* If it moves, either get a mission from it or kill it
Which got me to thinking: What if I were to unload the boring parts of an MMOG off to someone else? For instance, I love running a business in Star Wars Galaxies, but it's hard to find the time or the patience to work on my combat skillz. What if someone ELSE played that part of the game for me?

My first impulse -- to use a room full of small Korean children -- turned out to be a real nightmare. They kept whining and crying and pointing to their mouths or empty bellies. Who knows what they wanted? I don't speak Korean. Similarly, they didn't understand me when I pointed to the computer monitor and said "Lewt! LEWT!" no matter how loud I shouted it. Clearly I needed a new plan.

Introducing the Autocamp 2000

And so I turned my attention toward robots! Longtime readers may remember when I subtly and successfully used a robot to write my column while I camped in a mall waiting for Diablo II to come out. A similar process could easily play online games for me. After all, I minored in computer science at a prestigious Liberal Arts institution. The hardest part of any project such as this is figuring out the algorithm, but here it is, in its entirety:

The Autocamp 2000 Plays Online RPGs with the following rules:

1. Join any group that invites you
2. When in a group, follow behind the leader
3. Attack any monster you see
4. Accept all trade requests from other players, then give them a melon
Well, that takes care of 90% of online play. All I would need to do is stick my character -- Farglik the Mon Calamari -- in a cantina with a backpack full of melons (ah, sweet delicious fruit!). When I checked on him a week later he'd be what they call "über." But before I got started I had to tackle the tricky part: interaction with other players. If my automated Farglik didn't respond to players who talked to him in a meaningful way, the proverbial jig would be up.

One option was to have my robot randomly bark at people in Mandarin Chinese. But I opted for a much more graceful algorithm:

The Autocamp 2000 talks to other players with following rules:

1. If someone says something ending in a question mark, respond by saying "Dude?"
2. If someone says something ending in an exclamation point, respond by saying "Dude!"
3. If someone says something ending with a period, respond by randomly saying one of three things: "Okie," "Sure," or "Right on."
4. EXCEPTION: If someone says something directly to you by mentioning your name, respond by saying "Lag."
5. (And remember to accept all trade requests from other players by giving them a melon.)
My robot was programmed and ready to go. Hell, if I programmed it to randomly shout "Gimmie buffs!" it would probably pass the turing test. Satisfied, I sat it in front of the keyboard, made sure my character had at least fifty melons in his backpack, and then trudged off to leave it alone for the night.


My character, Farglik the Mon Calamari, waited around in the Cantina for some adventurers. The following is a log of what transpired:

KillSwitch: [Shouting] Does anyone want to join our hunting party?

Farglik: [Powered by the Autocamp 2000] Dude?

[KillSwitch invites Farglik to join the group.]
[Farglik joins the group]

KillSwitch: We're gonna go hunt wrixes.

Farglik: Right on.

[The group of players runs out of the Cantina, Farglik following close behind. Farglik shoots at every little monster they pass.]

KillSwitch: Why are you attacking the durneys?

Farglik: Dude?

KillSwitch: The durneys, the little bunny things -- why do you keep shooting at them?

Farglik: Dude?

Troobacca: [A wookie in the party] My weapon powerup expired, I need a new one.

Farglik: Sure.

[Troobacca opens a trade with Farglik.]
[Farglik hands him a melon.]

Troobacca: ...what's this?

Farglik: Dude?

Troobacca: You handed me a melon!

Farglik: Dude!

KillSwitch: Knock it off guys, I see some wrixes up ahead. Let's do this.

Farglik: Right on.

[The group encounters a bunch of dangerous wrixes, but they gang up and shoot every one of them.]

KillSwitch: We rock!

Farglik: Dude!

Troobacca: We so OWNED them!

Farglik: Dude!

KillSwitch: Uh oh, hang on. Up ahead are some Sharnaff bulls. We can't handle them, so don't shoot.

Farglik: Okie.
[Farglik shoots one of the Sharnaff bulls.]
[The bull attacks; Trobacca and several other party members are killed before they beat it.]

KillSwitch: You IDIOT! Farglik why did you shoot at them?

Farglik: Lag.

KillSwitch: Well don't do it again.

Farglik: Sure.

[Farglik shoots at another Sharnaff bull.]
[The entire party is slaughtered except for Farglik.]

[ ... Farglik stands there, alone, for several hours ... ]

[ ... finally, a merchant runs up to him.]

Stingrie: [A Rodian merchant.] Hey man! Would you like to buy a stimpack?

Farglik: Dude?

Stingrie: A stimpack. It boosts your health by 200 points. I'll sell it to you for 500 credits.

Farglik: Okie.

[Stingrie opens a trade session.]
[Farglik hands him a melon.]

Stingrie: What the hell is this?

Farglik: Dude?

Stingrie: You handed me a melon.

Farglik: Right on.

Stingrie: I told you 500 credits!

Farglik: Dude!

Stingrie: If it's too expensive, just say so.

Farglik: Sure.

[Stingrie runs away, angry.]

[ .... several more hours pass ...]

[A small hunting party led by Krushmor the Master Rifleman comes over the ridge and spots Farglik.]

Krushmor: Farglik, what's up? What are you doing way out here?

Farglik: Lag.

Krushmor: We're rooting dralls out of a cave. You should join our group.

Farglik: Okie.
[Krushmor invites Farglik to join the group.]
[Farglik joins the group and starts following Krushmor around.]

Soop: [The party's medic]. Here, Farglik, let me hand you some stimpacks.

Farglik: Lag.

Soop: I know, it's pretty bad tonight. Here you go.

Farglik: Right on.

[Soop opens up a trade window and hands Farglik a Stimpack.]
[Farglik hands Soop a melon.]

Soop: Uh ... thanks!

Farglik: Dude!

[The party enters a cave and spends the next two hours brutally clearing it of creatures, room by room. Everyone gets tons of XP.]

Krushmor: Aw man, it's getting really late guys. I should go!

Farglik: Dude!

Krushmor: I know, sucks. I'll catch you all later.

Farglik: Sure.

[Krushmor logs off. By default, Farglik is now promoted to group leader!]
Soop: Well that sucks. What should we hunt next?

Farglik: Dude?

Soop: Let's hunt Slice Hounds!

Farglik: Dude!

Soop: I know an awesome spot. Follow me.

Farglik: Right on.

[The group runs out of the cave, but Farglik, because he is now group leader, just stands there. Several minutes pass before Soop returns.]

Soop: Farglik why didn't you come with us?

Farglik: Lag.

Soop: Well catch up when you can.

Farglik: Okie.

[Farglik stands motionless in the cave and eventually the group disbands. Half an hour passes.]
[Suddenly, one of the game developers, controlling Darth Vader, enters the cave.]

Darth Vader: Well, my young padawan, we've been watching your progress for quite some time.

Farglik: Sure.

Darth Vader: You have done well. We have decided to bestow upon you: Force powers!

Farglik: Okie.

Darth Vader: You will be the most powerful Jedi on the planet!

Farglik: Dude!

[Darth Vader gives Farglik force powers.]

Darth Vader: Would you like my light saber?

Farglik: Dude?

Darth Vader: My light saber. I bestow it onto you.

Farglik: Right on!

[Darth Vader opens up a trade and gives Farglik a light saber.]
[Farglik hands Darth Vader a melon.]

Darth Vader: Thanks, uh, for the ... melon.

Farglik: Sure.

Darth Vader: Well? Aren't you going to try out your new Force powers?

Farglik: Dude?

Darth Vader: Your Force powers! The powers I just gave you!

Farglik: Dude!

Darth Vader: The FORCE, Farglik! Use the Force!

Farglik: Lag.

Darth Vader: Okay, you know what. Just forget the Force powers. I'm taking them back.

Farglik: Okie.

Darth Vader: And give me back my light saber!

Farglik: Sure.

[Farglik hands Darth Vader a melon.]

[Darth Vader kills Farglik.]

[Farglik respawns in the cloning facility.]

KillSwitch: [In the cloning facility] Whoa! Look who just popped in. What happened to you, Farglik?

Farglik: Lag.

KillSwitch: Want to come hunting with us?

Farglik: Okie.

[Farglik and the Autocamp 2000 join the hunt and gain experience for several more hours...]


I'd call the experiment an unqualified success.
Wednesday, April 14th, 2004
11:10 pm
later this year due to voting descrepencies peopel will start to lose faith in the voting process.

Civil liberties will start to be taken away, and many peopel will move out fo the cities to escape this totalitarianism.

The ccities will be comefortresses unser marshall law, as soem peopel trade their civil liberies fro the security the cities provide.

People living in the country will start to form into militias to fight agaisnt the government that is become more and more fascist/tyranical.

A civil war will begin in less than ten years.

Many of the cities will be reduced to ashes from the use of nuclear weapons.

The old government will be overthrown and a new US government will take its place.


And so it was said by John Titor


IF this were to happen what would you do? I plan on tkaing to the hills with as much civilization packed with me as i could, and try to avoid as much chaos i could, and try to rebuild afterwards.

Do you think the goverment needs a housecleaning?

Are you as worried as i am over the new electronic voting machines? They are easilly hackable as proven by some peoepl hired to test em. They are easilly manipulated by poll workers as there is no paper trail. The owner of the company gave George Bush 100,000 in contriubtuins the maximum allowed by one person.

Are you worried now?

Iraq is the new Vietnam. No draft though...yet. I wouldnt be suprised that if the current admiinistration won, there would be a draft instated. What would you do? The Shiites hate she Suni's and Kuurds. They both hate the Shiiites back, and they all hate us, would you wnana be over there? I wouldnt, and I think we shoudl just pull everyone out right now. Halibuton can stay if they want. Atleast most of their manual labor is asian anyway. Not the anyone whos japaneese is safe either.


"I see skies of blue, clouds of white, bright sunny days, all say goodnite. And I think to myself, what a wonderful world."

I think its a great irony to use Louie Armstrong as theme music for the fallout series. Speaking of which im way behind on my end fo the world bunker... its only in a conceptual phase right now.

Oh and thanks to the Rave Act they all suck now, evan more than before. Thank you Washignton for being stupid.


The rela end of the world: where everythign that has any vlaue of ounce of worth or fun has been leached dry for someones profit or self motivations.
11:09 pm
I wnat everyone to read this and ask me three questions, no more, no less. I will then answer them with blatent but entertaining lies.
Monday, April 12th, 2004
11:13 pm
Im back, but does it matter? Everythgin is fleeting and i maybe gone again for several months with..
a new obsession.

I've been playign starwars alot lately, add to that last quarter ebeing really tiem comsuming in regards to actually being there (not homework i do very litte of naythign at home) and it being a busy time of year at work and BAM! I'm out of touch with reality as i remember it being. But no longer! Im back to my old reality a bit less wiser, but with roe free time on my hands, because my quarter is supoer easy right now, work is slow and im sick of Star Wars. Ive been thinking of playing L5R otherwise i wouldnt have anythgin to waste my time and money on. I guess therres allways drugs and alcohol, hmmmm maybe i should rethink my strategy.....


So what now? Thats a good question. I think getitng back in contact with friends of past is a good thing. With upcommign electiosn i may join some political activest party, becase i havent been in jail yet! Or betetr yet start my own with some other similarly leaning freinds. Who knows! I'll have alot fo free time this summer.

Id like to start goign to raves again but with the way Washington state law works they all suck now. I guess they did before too, but atleast i ahd a good time, and what little there was has been sucked clean.

If you read this give me a shout out! Helllllll yeah
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