Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Wisdom Of A chupacabra

Just because in a given situation there is often more than meets the eye and a deeper meaning to whatever it is you are contemplating, doesn't mean every situation is always more complex and has a deeper meaning than what might be assumed at first glance.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Monday's Missives

What your T Shirt means from Cracked

  • Headline: Did Neanderthals haves sex with modern man?
  • I'll never tell.
  • She's messin' with puter dad. Dad she's messin' with puter!  Zacs latest big boy talking dime he dropped on big sister.
  • The 3 of us watched The Three Stooges on Sort of an odd right of passage for children reared by me and always a proud milestone for myself.
  • A show I always forget how absolutely great it was until I rediscover it is The Larry Sanders Show. You can find full episodes on the yoochoobs. Another is Action starring Jay Mohr- it was kind of self limited to one season since it revolved around a production company getting a certain movie done. It is not well remembered but, it is very, very funny and it had Buddy Hackett in it- what more could you want? I think you can find it on HULU. "Peter is riding in the back of his limo to the premiere of his latest action blockbuster, which he knows is garbage. He's worried literally sick. PETER: I'm gonna vomit, stop the car ...The car screeches to a halt by the curb, where WENDY, in full streetwalker garb, happens to be standing. PETER flings the car door open and leans out. WENDY: Hi! Ya wanna date? PETER (looking up at her from his hunched position): I'm gonna throw up on your shoes! WENDY: Gee, I don't think I have a price for that.
    Well, you have to see it to get the full impact. But trust me, it kills!" From a review on Action- and the writer is absolutely right. This show also proves the theory of there are shows where scenes with bleeped curse words are way funnier than unedited- it's very true on this show. Scenes without it such as from the DVD are just kind of tacky- not funny at all.
  • I have at least 6 plants that I can think of off the top of my head that came from family members gardens.
  • Going soon to Turner Falls in Oklahoma. Love going there in the fall and winter- it stays open year round but, in the off season you may have the whole place to yourself to explore. The turning leaves makes it real pretty at the right times also.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Dealing with seasonal allergy signs and symptoms is a fairly new thing for me but I know enough to know if I let them go for too long they become intractable and I get real sick- sick enought that I finally have to give up and go get a steroid shot in my little hiney.

This morning in an effort to head the symptoms off I stopped at my local Walgreens and bought some pseudoephedrine. I took  2 tabs and washed them down with an energy drink.
This seemed like a good idea at the time. When I got to the office I had a cup of coffee. This also seemed like a good idea- at the time.

Now, my heart is racing and my skin is itching. My heart is literally pounding.

I can see through time and across space.

I think I may die.

Friday, July 17, 2015

Ages Old Draft Clean Up Dregs

  • Can't wait to see The Wolfman. When I saw the original with Lon Chaney I hid under my dads rocking chair. He would say, Well, turn it off then and go to bed! No- I can't! I cried from under the chair. Benicio Del Toro plays the werewolf this time.

  • I can still smell the leather from his boots when I think about it.

  • One of the trailers for Extract looks like they went out of their way to make it look sucky. You can't even tell what it's about, other than you get a vague feeling it's about a drug deal.

  • Del Toro- is there a cooler last name?

  • The Bull.

  • The Bull

  • It's cooling more quickly and feels oddly cooler in places though it's still warm- doesn't make sense to see that in writing but, you know what I mean. Fall is just around the corner.

  • After a mob of teenage boys spend the night in the den it smells like pizza, feet, butts and energy drinks in there.

Monday, July 13, 2015

Monday's Missives

From the belly dance show at SRF. It is a belly in case your wondering.

  • I've personally known two people who disbelieved man has been to the moon. They are both long dead and gone now and that's really about all remember about them but, when they cross my mind I can't get them off it- amazingly ignorant. But, I will say one of them was the first person to really challenge my thinking and force me to prove something to myself.
  • Do they still make After School Specials? The only one I rememeber was about bed wetting and the kid comes home with friends to find a yellow stained bed sheet hanging in the front of the house.
  • Was that one of them, or am I making that up?

  • The show Strangers With Candy is based loosely on the After School Specials although in a more twisted/psychotic way.
  • The flower beds and lawn in front of my old house were so awesome people would stop and look and take pictures.
  • Yesterday I built up a very extensive cart at REI's online check out. Imagine my surprise when I got a 20% discount offer in an Email this morning.
  • I'm buying the first raincoat since my old gigantic yellow slicker I had when  I was a little boy.
  • My patients and kids literally love my office aquarium.
    This guy was laughing way too hard and listening way too intently during the Iris and Rose show. I think he is in love with one of them and was trying to catch her attention. He also reminds me of Nick Frost.
  • When you buy a used vehicle it doesn't matter the value, number of times it has been sold or whether it is a private treaty sale or from a dealer you pay the average presumptive retail value to the county if bought in Texas. That is literally insane.
  • Some day soon we'll be paying taxes- on our taxes.
    I love the fact there is a castle in North Central Texas but of all the time I've visualized it this is the first time I've taken note of the window AC.

    This may be the basis for my steampunk persona.

Wednesday, July 1, 2015

War Flashback

Like a lot of grim occupation,s in the Army there's always black humor to try and break things up. At our entry control point a truckload of Marines that were on their last convoy to Fallujah teased us as they were passing through, Home in 10 days- how long you got left- 10 months? Ha! one of them called out. I hollered back, Don't worry I'll open the gate for you when you come back from getting blown up! Somebody else hollered, Don't get killed.
I thought I was going to vomit when about 20 minutes later there was an explosion in the direction of Fallujah and tracer rounds started flying all around where I knew their route to be.
They would have been closer to Fallujah so would have plowed through to there to get any casualties treated and recover and didn't come back to our base.
I intentionally avoided any opportunity to learn about the fates of those Marines.