Thursday, December 29, 2005
THANKS for stopping by!
My drive home was long. Are people really so stupid that they don't know that the right lane is for slow traffic? And why do people brake when there's no one in front of them? I was getting a little annoyed with some of the drivers. I drove down the strip one last time which was a big mistake. It took me 45 minutes to make it to the freeway. Then, it took me 2 hours before I reached the city of Primm. Everyone was leaving and I should have stayed until Tuesday.
I took pictures of a lot of the architecure of the hotels. Where else but Vegas can one visit Paris, New York, and Italy, all in one day. There was still much more I could have done, like shoot the strip at night. Maybe next time because I don't mind the drive. It's not as bad as I thought it was going to be.
Tuesday, December 27, 2005
Thursday, December 22, 2005
They remind me of Brittney and Kevin. I feel sorry for the children. I wouldn't people to see how my parents act, especially these two. Houston once had a beautiful voice, but she sounds like a chain smoker who drinks gin, watches soap operas, and spends money...sort of like real life.
Tuesday, December 13, 2005
If you are stupid enough to ignore the safety barrier, than you get what you deserve.
Thursday, December 01, 2005
In memory of Wendy Jo Sperber 1958-2005
LOS ANGELES, California (AP) -- Actress Wendie Jo Sperber, who starred opposite Tom Hanks on TV's "Bosom Buddies" and who in his words became "a walking inspiration" after she contracted cancer, has died. She was in her 40s.
This chick was not an A-List star. I'm not sure if she was even a B-List star, but she was funny in whatever movies she was in.
Then there's this other woman that was just hired, and she too has to talk about herself. She has told me several times already about how she will be completing her masters next year. She brought this up during my conversation with the couselor about a student. Turned the whole conversation around to her and what she was doing, but then she said, "Sorry to butt into your conversation." No you weren't, you self-absorbed bitch! I had to get out of the office as soon as possible because she started telling the counselor about her master's program.
The following article caught my eye and would be a welcomed alternative in the public school system.
Conn. Students Get Fines for Cursing
HARTFORD, Conn. — Bad words are costing some students in Connecticut, $103 each.
Police officers assigned to Hartford Public and Bulkeley high schools have fined about two dozen students for cursing in a new program to curtail unruly behavior. The joint effort by school and police officials targets students who swear while defying teachers and administrators.
"We're sending a message to the parents and to the teachers," said Sandy Cruz-Serrano, senior adviser to Superintendent of Schools Robert Henry. "We are trying to bring back order to the schools."
Parents are required to pay the fines if the students cannot.