John: God's gift to man
The life, times, trials and tribulations of John.
Saturday, January 19, 2008
Tonight I watched Circuit. Good movie. Jefferson Airplane's "White Rabbit" is haunting me from that movie.
"When logic and proportion
Have fallen sloppy dead
And the White Knight is talking backwards
And the Red Queen's 'off with her head!'
Remember what the door knob said:
'FEED YOUR HEAD
FEED YOUR HEAD"
Saturday, November 24, 2007
The Art of War
Angie: I would invite you to play cards but you are too fucking competitive
Me: OMG, why do you say that
Angie: um, honey, I love you but you are competitive about games and cards and shit and we let Zack play with us and help him
Angie: and you'd be like "oh no, mother fuckers, I can take out the 6 year old"
Me: ROFLMAO ok, I'm fucking tickled
Angie: yeah, cuz you can see yourself having that exact thought bubble
Thursday, September 27, 2007
The Chat Sites
It's 1 am and things have been on my mind. One thing is the recent rudeness of many males that I have met on various chat/online services. When did telling someone what they should wear, how they should act, and what they should think is important and not become standard dating operandi?
Is it just me, or is this happening with anyone else?
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
Ok, so I was watching WORKOUT on Bravo when I was hit with a little dose of "reality" in reality television. I have to give major credit to Gage Weston (NSFW!!!) a COLT model who appeared on the show. I thought it was odd that a guy so well sculpted as Mr. Weston, was asking for a training session from one of the least fit trainers. Throughout their workout, Mr. Weston flirted with the trainer, who took the bait. The trainer asked for some pics and then agreed to meet the client around the corner for what I'm sure he thought would be a whole different "workout." (Let's not go into the morals/work ethics of the situation) What the trainer wound up getting, as well as us viewers, was pictures of Mr. Weston's military service in Iraq and his stance on the war. Complete curve ball, but major kudos for Mr. Weston stepping up and making that stance. He was gay, he served in the military including Iraq and he believes the war "never should have happened."
To sum it up, BRAVO Mr. Weston!
Thursday, December 07, 2006
Gay Trek: The Next Generation
12/05/06 Dover Mall, Sears 5:15pm
Coming out of the Sears Automotive Dept. I saw a mother with a tissue standing with her son.
Mother: Ok, now blow. Come on blow harder! Come on, it's never going to shoot out if you keep stopping, now blow!
Ah, even at a young age, a mother is passing down her wisdom to her son.
Tuesday, September 05, 2006
I guess the Price was Right
I was watching the Price Is Right today on television for the first time in umpteen years. The contestant was a girl named Ashley from Long Island, NY. Ashley is a Journalism major. What captivated me about Ashley, was not her looks, her name, or where she was from. It was her shirt that said, "BOB BARKER IS GORGES." Gorges?????? Curious, I decided to look up the word and here's what I found:
Main Entry: ^1gorge
Etymology:Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin gurga, alteration of gurges, from Latin, whirlpool
1: Throat -- often used with rise to indicate revulsion accompanied by a sensation of constriction
2 a: a hawk's crop b: STOMACH, BELLY
3: the entrance into an outwork (as a bastion) of a fort
4: a narrow passage through land; especially: a narrow steep-walled canyon or part of a canyon
5: a primitive device used instead of a fishhook that consists of an object (as a piece of bone attached in the middle of a line) easy to swallow but difficult to eject
6: a mass choking a passage
7: the line on the front of a coat or jacket formed by the crease of the lapel and collar*
Who knew two missing letters could say so much??????
Monday, September 04, 2006
Labor Day Weekend
59 Lake, Rehoboth Beach, De:
Friend: I hate guys who take their shirts off. Ew, Ew, Ew.
Me: Yeah, it's kind of like Christmas, where someone's already unwrapped your presents.
Friend: Exactly! And when you finally unwrap the rest of it, it's small and damaged or not what you wanted/expected.