I’m just going to say this: “I’m not just going to write out a blog every time you feel hungry to read some meaty piece of literature!” I just said that out loud while I wrote that. Hence the quotations.
No new band news. I won’t lie to you. I mean, I guess there’s probably something to talk about… But Shawn’s new rash and Carsin’s new leotard won’t really serve as great topics for a monologue. So I’ll just regale you with stuff.
So, the Internet seems to be sticking. Not just a passing fad. I guess I lost that bet.
Along those same lines, people seem to be definitely more interested in Lady GaGa and Katy Perry than they were twenty years ago. … I guess this is what they call “progression.”
I dunno… The thing is, now that Lady GaGa and Katy Perry are named on this blog, this page is going to get 700 views. Should that bother me?
There’s a part of me that worries over the idea that Nerf bought the rights to Laser Tag. It’s not that I don’t trust Nerf. It’s just that all the friends that I grew up with named Nerf turned out to be Jerks. That might have something or everything to do with it.
I couldn’t help but overhear an old lady talk about how she accidentally let a bird into her house today. She talked about how she chased it around while it flew from room to room. It went into the laundry room, bathroom, and kitchen, but never made it into the bedroom. The whole time I listened to her and pitied her gullible friends. Call it a gut feeling, but she lied.
My sunburn hurts when people slap it.
I’m pretty sure that potters are hurting when you can get a perfectly decent mug from Wal-Mart for $.79. And I’m pretty sure that tailors are hurting when Target sells shirts for $8. I could get a plane ticket from here to DC for under a hundred dollars? I can get coffee, one of the most time-consuming processed, middle-man plagued goods for $5/lb? And what’s this about a complete burger with the works from Jack in the Box for $1.25?… For many different reasons, these things should never be this cheap.
But then an ER bill is $700 just to walk in the door? Cell phones cost at least $70 every month no matter how you spring it? Movie theaters are making a killing on popcorn. And a lot of the reason why cigarettes are so expensive is taxes… And why does everything that I purchase right now, whatever the cost, seem to want to fall apart almost instantly?
It’s a good thing I’m wearing my helmet.
Warm gestures everyone.