Thursday, March 31, 2011

Bugging me

I find there's things that bug me.  They probably shouldn't but they do.

keyboard typing - occasionally at work when it's real quiet I hear a coworker clacking away on his keyboard and all i can hear is the keys click click click......  i dunno why but it bugs the shit out of me.  it shouldn't.  i'm sitting at a keyboard almost literally every minute that i'm not asleep. 

kids - most people find kids adorable.  either because they do or they have them and don't have a choice.  not me.  i find kids to be annoying as hell.  draw whatever conclusions you like, doesn't matter to me, i still don't like being around them. 

women who seem perfect - this one might need some explaination.  i mean the girl in your class that sits nearby every day.  the waitress at the bar who laughs at your stupid jokes and always has a smile.  the random stranger you see and can't get out of your head for hours after she leaves.  they're all girls who you like to see yourself with because you don't really know anything about them.  it's like a blank piece of paper you can write any story into.  you sit there and visualize the dozens of scenarios you sweep them off their feet.  it's perfect.  you don't have to deal with the crushing reality of them having a husband/boyfriend.  you don't have to find out they love everything you hate.  it bugs me because it's nothing but a whole lotta "what might have been".  seems like that's all i get nowadays and i hate it.

unavoidable internet advertising - pop ups.  giant banners that automatically expand at the top of the site.  anything that produces noise.  congrats on successfully getting me to not buy your product. 

the republican party 2011 - there are several ways to describe them.  i told my boy Joe that they're a party whose reach exceeds their grasp.  pointing out that Obama was a giant mistake and offering a few suggestions on how to get spending under control just wasn't good enough.  nope.  they demand all or nothing.  it's time to get broad sweeping changes.  you wanna know what the biggest story in them is?  "how are they going to lose the 2012 election".  because they are.  i can see it now.  this is a party without direction.  without a leader.  a party who tried to out-crazy the democrats in 2008.  you guys don't get it do you?  DROP THE CHURCH.  so so many people would flock to you if you did.  probably all the independants and even a lot of democrats.  oh well.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Specific things I miss about being in a relationship

I was going to assign a number of things but decided not to limit myself.  This is another one of those "putting my thoughts into words on the blog" posts.  It's mostly for me and it's not done to solicit pity or comments of "advice".

here goes....

1 - regular sex.  let's get the obvious out of the way.

2 - enjoying a woman's body.  by this i don't mean sex.  if you can believe that.  what i mean is, waking up in the middle of the night and spending an hour or two watching her sleep as you gently run your fingers thru her hair.  i mean laying on the couch rubbing her tummy.  i mean the taste of her lips and the smell of her hair.  Watching water cascade all over her in the shower.  I'm talking about having a good time taking in the beauty of the Louvre instead of riding the rides at Six Flags.

3 - gal on my arm pride.  "nice girlfriend jimmy, she's cute."  like it or not, we're judged by the company we keep and like it or not we also love/hate the approval of others.  some people need the approval of a lot and some just a few.  i think we can all agree that no matter who's approval we NEED, it's always nice to get it from anyone.  i'm a guy and i'm not immune from the need to feed my ego.

4 - feeling "needed".  call it, fulfilling that primal urge to be the man.  to be the protector or provider.  being the one who says "i got this babe". 

5 - flirting safely.  this probably falls more under "things i hate about dating".  i like flirting.  i love tossing out sexual inneundo.  i hate having to wonder if i pushed my luck or went over the line.  it's just annoying.  i like being able to toss out lines knowing it isn't going to cost me the chance to get in the girl's pants.  i like it being what it's meant to be.... fun.

anyways, i might come back and update this. 

Friday, March 25, 2011

Doing it legal

A new US citizen writes about her experience testing for it.

it's a good story.  what it made me think of and what it reminds me of though isn't really touched in the article. 

See, stuff like this reminds me just why illegal immigration and everyone who supports illegals just waltzing on into our country like it's no big thing are assholes. 

The legals.

Somewhere in all the shuffle of "they took our jobs!!" and "they're just trying to make a better life for themselves!" the people who do it right get lost and forgotten.  People who go blind filling out paperwork.  People who are doing this because being here and being an American MEANS SOMETHING.  People who may or may not still love and cherish the country they are leaving but don't want that anymore, they want to be a part of something different and something better.  People who don't expect America to bend over backwards to make things like they are in the old country.  News flash: if your goddamn country is so fucking awesome why the fuck are you here?  (i've never heard a good answer to that)

Anyways, it's just sad how hard work in this country is no longer rewarded and people support the "right" to shit all over people who obey the law and do it right.

Thursday, March 24, 2011


Sums it up

Detroit = Fail

Detroit has lost 25% of its population in the last decade.

The focus on this article seems to be how this will impact the federal funding the city receives to keep the residents suckling off the government teet. 

What the focus SHOULD be is where did 25% of a city full of angry douchebags go?

I stand by the comment.  These people have had to...

- watch jobs dry up with no end to that in sight
- biggest names are Eminem and Robocop
- root for the Lions and Pistons

I'd be the angriest douchebaggiest person alive if I had been subjected to all that for a YEAR much less 10.

Anyways, unless the city started a silent campaign of mercy smothering, those angry people moved SOMEWHERE.  My money is that it was the people who could afford to move and who had marketable skills or educations to do so.  Which means that the city is now filled with

- Arabs.  The largest concentration of Arabic population in the US
- Poor, out of work ex auto workers
- All the people Eminem raps about
- The Detroit Lions
- The Detroit Pistons

Help me out here, what exactly is Detroit's selling point on attracting people to come?  Lemme help, you can start by finding the chick with the awesome ass at the strip club Ryan and I hit there to pose for billboards everywhere.  Seriously, this was an AMAZING ass.  I'm not just saying that just she rubbed it in my lap and shook it in my face.  Then you advertise like bloody hell you have gambling.  Then you actually build Robocop and unleash him to start killing scumbags.

3D Battery charging in seconds

As Instapundit would say...  faster please.

Friday, March 04, 2011

Epic fail story

a light-hearted story of a total non-abuse of power by right-wing police against a minority male clearly violating the law.
During the remainder of the six hours that Nancy Genovese was forcibly detained on the side of the road, she was taunted, verbally harangued, threatened, belittled, abused, humiliated and harassed by members of the Suffolk County Sheriff’s Office. For example, Deputy Carlock repeatedly referred to Nancy as “a right winger” and “tea bagger”, and threatened that they were going to arrest her for terrorism to make an example of her to other “tea baggers” and “right wingers”.
yeah, but it's the tea party who we need to be concerned over.  sure.
bets on this making national news?  i got a billion dollars saying this won't crack national news.  i got a trillion that says if it was a minority and it was right-wing cops doing the arresting it WOULD.