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Tuesday, January 9th, 2007
12:43 pm
[anyamartinez]
2008 elections
Yeah, I'm aware it's 2007 and that's the problem. I'm really tired of hearing who's going to try and run for president before the New Year's drunken hangover has gone. I already know there's no way IN HELL i'm voting for Mitt Romney or Sam Brownback.

Unless the Democrats pick someone I find completely useless, then maybe it's on, I don't see myself voting GOP. I'm over elections that wont even happen until November 2008. Crazy, huh?

Current Mood: bitchy
Monday, July 24th, 2006
8:57 am
[evilbeth]
You know what I don't like?

Jelly.

I'm all about jam, preserves, fruit spread, etc. but not jelly. It just rolls around the bread until you force it to spread.

I don't like to have to fight my food into submission.
Sunday, July 23rd, 2006
8:09 am
[anyamartinez]
I'm so over bootylicious, I don't like the sound of this word. I also really hate "My Humps" with the fire of a thousand distant suns.

Is there really no better way to express confidence and appreciation for feminine curves than this?

Current Mood: aggravated
Saturday, March 11th, 2006
2:23 am
[anyamartinez]
Is anybody else over this "Brangelina" "Bennifer" "Tomkat" cutesy names for couples? Wouldn't you like to slap whoever started this trend. I surely woud, and I AM NOT crazy.

Current Mood: irritated
Tuesday, February 28th, 2006
2:39 pm
[justplainbryan]
Pancake Day? WTF?
I have a small assignment for you long-time LJers.

Go back in your archives to February 8 of 2005. Look at the entries from the folks on your friends list on or about that time. Were any of them talking about Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday? Probably not. More likely they were talking about Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday.

So what is different about this year? Why is every single media outlet I'm encountering have a human interest story on Pancake Day and Shrove Tuesday, like we're supposed to have known about it all this time?

What the hell is so different this year?!! Why wasn't Pancake Day and Shrove Tuesday pimped out as much all those other years! Doesn't anyone else notice this? I feel like I'm taking CRAZY pills!!
Monday, February 20th, 2006
12:17 pm
[justplainbryan]
Jake Gyllenhaal
To those of you who hold a serious torch for Jake Gyllenhaal. I know you're out there...

Well, well. It seems that old Jakey is now what is considered by many straight women and gay men as "teh HAWT". His PR people must have worked overtime for that transformation. To you Jake lovers out there, I hate to burst your "bubble" but rememeber that movie he was in a few years ago?



That's right, Bubble Boy! You are all in love with Bubble Boy, toilet paper in the bubble and all!

Aside from that I think, objectively speaking from a straight guy's perspective, the guy's face was made for radio. First the eyes. They are way too close together and are constantly in that "I'm stoned" droop. Second, his mouth is always in that stupid shit-eating smirk position. It's the kind of face I just want to punch repeatedly. Third, the nose looks like it was patched on from another face. It just does not belong!

And don't talk to me about "the amazing body he has". Please. If I had round the clock trainers prepping me for a military movie, I'd look like that too.

In fact, come to think of it, old Jakey is a complete PR fabrication isn't he? You're all in love with a fabrication! You might as well be in love with CGI animation! Doesn't anyone else see this? I feel like I'm taking crazy pills!

Goddammit I hate that guy.
11:37 am
[midnightnymph]
So, has anyone here read anything about the New World Order, or the Illuminati?
Sunday, February 12th, 2006
7:17 pm
[mindrtist]
DVD hell
Back in the days of the good old VCR, as long as you set your TV to turn off or @ least go blue screen, you could fall asleep to the film of your choice.

Now, w. the blasted DVD menu music looping, we are all doomed.

There has to be an answer to this problem plaguing us all.

Current Mood: irritated
Saturday, February 11th, 2006
12:44 am
[esprix]
Taste in movies?

I like the following movies:

I can't help it if no one else has taste.

Current Mood: crazy
Friday, February 10th, 2006
4:35 pm
[justplainbryan]
We've got to standardize on country and city names, people!
It's either The Shroud of Torino or The Winter Olympics in Turin. The way it is right now just confuses and isolates the simple.

We can't have both anymore!
Wednesday, February 8th, 2006
6:12 pm
[midnightnymph]
I belive, no I KNOW there is alternate universes and multiple dimensions. How do I know? Because I believe I've found a rift through which objects have traveled to that parallel universe. A few weeks ago I had a pen vanish. And just today, a dollar. Both happened in the same place; in the corner of my school's senior lounge.

They exist.
Friday, February 3rd, 2006
10:00 pm
[evilbeth]
Okay, Easy Cheese--cheese snack in a can? Sharp cheddar?

Good food.

I don't care what you say--good food.

Eaten on Sour Cream and Onion Ritz Chips?

Even better food.
3:49 pm
[mindrtist]
ex-plod-a
So, why do those "can-caddies" that hold 12 cans of soda violently jerk the cans down to the bottom row. It makes them explode.

Just tyring to make you happy, Bryan.
Friday, January 27th, 2006
11:52 pm
[justplainbryan]
Krispy Kreme...
The local Krispy Kreme keeps the "Now Hot" sign on all day and night to attract business around the clock. My wife says I'm crazy for thinking this, but I'm not!
Friday, January 13th, 2006
11:50 pm
[justplainbryan]
Here's another one for the "I'm Not Crazy!" files...
I liked Atlas Shrugged.

You heard right. I enjoyed the premise and the plot. And the fact that it made me rethink my assumptions about the automatic goodness of altruism and charity was worth the 1000 plus page read.

Mind you I don't agree with objectivism (because, frankly, I do believe A can be B sometimes), but I can't deny that Atlas Shrugged was one of those books that shook up my beliefs, and has contributed in small part to some of my stranger ideas.
4:11 pm
[justplainbryan]
This is getting ridiculous....
Resolved: you can't have more than one "Number 2" man! What the hell is wrong with our intelligence department? How many times have we killed Al-Qaeda's "Number 2" man now?
Tuesday, January 10th, 2006
10:13 am
[justplainbryan]
Howard Dean...
I think he got unfairly shafted by the idiocy of the American people. For once we could have had a president that wasn't afraid to really express himself, and to occasionally pepper his dry speeches with a "YEEEAH!".

We haven't had a truly charismatic leader who isn't afraid to grandstand and yelp when the opportunity comes up in a long while. It's time we bring them back!
Monday, January 9th, 2006
4:17 pm
[justplainbryan]
The Bowtie Conspiracy...
If you watch enough CNN, MSNBC, CSPAN, or Fox News, you'll notice...them. They are the shadow government, the real rulers of this country, the real "Man". How can you tell them apart from everyone else? Simple.

They wear bowties, all of them.

As we all know, bowties went out of style centuries ago. And yet there are these so-called "pundits" and politicians who wear bowties on a daily basis, in clear violation of any sense of fashion. My suspicion is that they wear bowties so they can be identifiable to other members of the conspiracy, and also to display rank. The more flamboyant and clown-like the bowtie, the higher up that person is.

I'm not crazy. Watch out for them.
Sunday, January 8th, 2006
3:06 pm
[justplainbryan]
Rules update...
Check the user info of this community to make sure you understand the revised and updated rules.
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