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Aug. 27th, 2010

I'm in love


I've never been this happy.

Mar. 14th, 2010

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Dec. 26th, 2009

scrubs are scrubbin

Festivus was good, I managed to watch a christmas story several times and see my family. My baby nephew was sitting by himself and constantly stared at me while laughing. My gift for myself today was the hardest nap ever after work. I don't really know what to buy,  maybe I'll wait for the lines to die down.

Ryan: "When I was little I used to have these vcr games."

"It's either really corny or really depressing."

Dec. 23rd, 2009

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"Oh, brother," I muttered to myself as I turned away. Sometimes you just feel like Charlie Brown but a real one, not a two-dimensional black-and-white line drawing. Such is the totality of the rejection of everything that is "you." It's all part of it, though. The natural healing process that seems to take forever while experiencing but is summed up by a dismissive "Yeah, that was a fucked-up time for me" once it's finally over and done with."

"Over five years have passed since that visit, but I remember it like it was an hour ago: the slams of her tiny fists against that ugly barrier, her instinctual rage against it--the state-made blockade raised under the rubric of security, her hot tears. They haunt me."

"One of the most quintessential features of theists is the tendency to proclaim knowledge of some divine metaphysical “reality” when in fact such knowledge is completely absent and at best one is functioning on intuition, but more likely socialization. In order to be an atheist one must not make claims to know what they do not know, they may simply assert that one does not believe in what is purely speculative. This flaw in perception is quite common to theists in that consistently, if you read some of the works of modern religious apologists, you will find that theists succumb to viewing atheism through the theistic prism, but there is an entire separate paradigm at work that makes any such assertions crucially flawed. Essentially, the rebuttal to such an argument would be that not all claims are equally meretricious. Religion has not the intellectual merit to stand on equal footing with doubt."

“The first man who, having enclosed a piece of ground, bethought himself of saying This is mine, and found people simple enough to believe him, was the real founder of civil society. From how many crimes, wars, and murders, from how many horrors and misfortunes might not any one have saved mankind, by pulling up the stakes, or filling up the ditch, and crying to his fellows: Beware of listening to this impostor; you are undone if you once forget that the fruits of the earth belong to us all, and the earth itself to nobody.”

Dec. 14th, 2009

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I'm usually not up this late, I now exhibit sleep patterns akin to the elderly.
Let's see whats been new with me, uhmmm touche amore was good. Their set was excellent, they were all really nice dudes. Hanging out at metal frat was also really awesome, pancheros and street fighter.
Lately, I've just been hanging out with ryan and chris/going to work.
Can't wait for winter semester to start. I hate living here and like my sister I hope to be up to my neck in debt due to housing costs, school, etc.
I've been playing the video games every now and then but really am not into them like i used to be. Mostly book reading, but then when super sf Iv comes out I may have to loosen up the tie again.

I read david cross' new book and mumia abu jamal's first book last week.
I kind of want to read Nick Cave's novels, I assume they'd be pretty interesting.
I don't really care for christmas, but i'll still watch a christmas story all day.

p.s. When i'm in the shower, I'm afraid to wash my hair. (I still do anyway)

Nov. 14th, 2009

shook ones posted a new video



and here's the last one if you're lame and didn't see it already.


i have to be at my sister's wedding in a few hours, I have a speech prepared and i'm kind of terrified of talking in front of that many people.

Nov. 9th, 2009

apparently it's just boy's fun





I want that panda.

Nov. 4th, 2009

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I totally missed out on Halloween, I had to work and I didn't really do anything. I tried to find horror movies to watch but ghost hunters ruined sci-fi and netflix was lacking in 80s/early 90s horror. I remember Linnea Quigley being hot, and cheesy movies scaring the hell out of me. I just wish i could get scared like I used to. I think that was back when i was superstitious, believed in hell....and thought gremlins were in my cabinets.







Oct. 19th, 2009

You know what really pisses me off

When I'm at work and old people make jokes about domestic violence. It really bothers me, and it's like the other day that I worked i heard at least three men comment about beating their wives. In one situation I was pretty sure there was no "joke" at all. Stop thinking you own people, if you support someone it should mean just that, you should care about them not look at them as if they're property.

I honestly am so tired of the mentality that I have to look at people as if they're the means to my end. Is it just me or does everything in life have to dominated by ulterior motives, and totally fleeting temporary satisfaction? I'm just as guilty of this as every other human being but at least i'm trying. So much of life is dominated by, "I want this and fuck everything that gets in my way" or "I suffered to get this so now everyone has to be as miserable and disillusioned as I am".

This other guy also came in just talking gibberish, in about three instances he just randomly has these outburst screaming, "I'M DRUNK!!!". Working only weekends is kind of lame hopefully I can find a second job at least until January. I would really like to work at a book store.

Oct. 17th, 2009

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