Saturday, October 19, 2002 is here, and it's easy to use!

Man, this is just weird. That's what I want, and prison pen pal!

Dear Jimmy,

Hello, how's life on the inside? All is well out here. Today the sun was out. Is the food good? I bet it's nice not to have to go out and find somewhere to eat every day, and you never have to cook or clean, either.

I reaad in your last letter that you were lonely, and I'm sorry. I'm sure you'll find a nice new Bitch soon.

I hope you enjoy the cigarettes I sent, maybe it will keep someone from sticking a knife in your ass.

Gotta go,
Pen Pal.

PS - Only 14,435 more days!

I usually stay away from the goofy/dirty humor, but this was a headline that you wouldn't have seen on Leno...

Ch ch ch changes...

Everybody's been telling me how much my life would change once the
baby got here. Everyone was right, but it's really not been as drastic
as I expected it to be. Since I don't have mammory glands, I'm not too good
at getting up to feed in the middle of the night. Sure, I get up every time I need to, but since
I've always woke up about ever couple hours anyway, it's not that much different.

The main thing that's so different is the whole "what was going on before we had kids?" business.
I can't imagine not having Luke around now that he's here. It's really consuming, and you can tell
how much he's absorbing and kind of "learning to learn."

Also, thanks to Jamam at Pop's Safari Cigar and Wine bar for the box of National Brand Honduran cigars and
Mohogany humidor that they gave me when he was born. I think it's pretty cool to do the old school
thing of giving out cigars when the baby's born.

Speaking of old school, we had plenty of sonograms, but we didn't find out what sex the baby was
before he got here. I'm really glad we did that. I'm very greatful that we had all the technology to
make the birth go as well as it did. When he came out and the Dr said "it's a boy!" I felt that one connection you can
have to any other generation, 10,000 years ago (ugh! BOY!) to when I was born in the mid 70's.

new web site...
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Monday, October 14, 2002

Some DickAss hacked into my site (I guess)
and put WTC 9-11 pictures on my template.
What an idiot. I needed a new template anyway.

I'll be updating all teh links and lingo later.

And multi-color is fun!

Sunday, October 13, 2002

Sponge Bob is cool. Check out this BS from E! Online... I'm pretty pissed.

In the vein of Scooby-Doo's Velma, Peanuts' Peppermint Patty, the Powerpuff Girls, Sesame Street's Ernie and Bert and his Winky-ness, Nickelodeon's hugely popular SpongeBob SquarePants is currently commanding It status in the gay community, according to the Wall Street Journal.

What a bunch of Crap.

You never hear about "the straight community" taking something over. I love watching SBSP.
He's a hard worker at the Crusty Crab. He's got a good buddy, Patrick the Starfish. They're not
queers. They are good friends, like guys are supposed to be. His name has SQUARE in it...
How can people assume he's a homo? I'm pretty openminded, and I accept what people want to
do. I'm not here to judge, but PLEASE LEAVE CARTOONS ALONE. I really just think this is stupid,
but what about the kids? What if some normal buncha kids here from an older sibling that that "only gays
watch SBSP?" ANd they can back it up with info from the WSJ? Man...

And why is the WSJ reporting on this anyway? I currently don't have any money invested in
any stocks that are directly effected by the disposable income of underwater life froms, regardless
of their sexuality.

I just had to comment on this, i think it's pretty retarded that people pay enough attention to things like this
to make an issue out of it (even though I am... it's my hipocracy of the week).

And in turn, it's now out of my system, and I officially don't care.