Monday, May 30, 2005
Friday, May 27, 2005
I, and probably 100,000 other people, want to adopt one, but I have my own little puppy to deal with,
and two dogs is a lot more work. This was taken on Christmas day a while ago. Yes, I was standing in the water, and yes, it was a warm day.
But I'm sure my dog would want a little brother or sister to pal around with.
This news story of cruelty just shows how insensitive and uncaring some human beings are. It makes you wonder how they treat other people. All this person had to do was take them to an animal shelter, because honestly, who could resist taking one of those cute little bundles of joy home? Once they're housebroken, and unlike children, you can leave them alone, and when you say "no," they understand. Although they do grow up and become a little demanding, well...a lot demanding. But I'm not sure about this one.
He might have some abandonment issues and turn out to be a bad seed and appear on America's Most Agressive Dogs.
Sunday, May 22, 2005
I kept wanting to hear Samuel L. Jackson say, "You can't kill me mothah-fuckah!" I'm sorry, I just can't believe him in the role. I thought the best one was Ewan McGregor as Obi-Wan. And of course, no one is cooler than Yoda.
Played tourist today and checked out the new House of Blues in San Diego. Quite an impressive venue. Had we not eaten lunch, we would have eaten there. One thing that is apparent, the staff is guest oriented and friendly. The security guard let us take a look at the stage from the balcony area. There was some military function in the main stage area. One of the interesting things is that you can walk through the building to the other street. As we looked through at all the art work, we spotted Dan Akroyd sitting at the bar with some of his friends.
We even went to the Hustler Store, which is an interesting and funny experience. A coffee bar in an adult store? Go figure. They do have some very, very funny t-shirts.
So far, it's been a pretty groovy day, however, tomorrow I actually have to work, so back to reality.
Friday, May 20, 2005
Friday, May 13, 2005
Like I told some superstitious people today, there were 12 apostles, plus Jesus makes 13. So, it's a good number.
Thursday, May 12, 2005
In the course of a discussion on filibusters and Senate rules, Washington's top Democrat gave the 60 juniors a lesson in partisan politics, particularly about the commander in chief. "The man's father is a wonderful human being," Reid said in response to a question about President Bush's policies. "I think this guy is a loser.
"I think President Bush is doing a bad job," he added to a handful of chuckles.
"He's driving this country into bankruptcy," Reid said, referring to the deficit. "He's got us in this intractable war in Iraq where we now have about 1,600 American soldiers dead and another 15,000 injured."
Yet, their own commander-in-chief had said this about that nut case, Bolton. Bush supports people who speak their minds. The Republicans should just do the same...sort of like "the blind leading the blind."
"It makes sense to put somebody who's skilled and who is not afraid to speak his mind at the United Nations." So said President George W. Bush during his spirited defense of his nominee for ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton.
Thursday, May 05, 2005
Tuesday, May 03, 2005
Have any of you seen the latest commercials featuring "Ah-nauld?" When he was running last year, he seemed very sincere in his ads. But the new ones show him at his worst. Think Last Action Hero or Jingle All the Way. He's trying so hard to be beliveable that it's laughable. Also, the fact that he appointed Alan Bersin, former superintendent of San Diego City Schools, to the position of state education secretary, shows how stupid the governor is. Bersin was ousted by the school board and most of the teachers. How he became the superintendent is beyond me because he had no education background. And now, this same person, whose "Blueprint for Success" was a blueprint for failure, will be in charge of the education system in California. He couldn't run a district, what makes Ah-Nauld think he can run the state's education system? Maybe it's time to move to Alohaland.
Sunday, May 01, 2005
If you don't believe me, read this review.