Pirates are Cool.

Captured bits of life... Pirates at no extra cost. Arrrg. Also cool: Zombies, Aliens, Ninjas, Dinosaurs, Vikings, the Noble River Horse, the Sinister Octopi, Robots and Kittens.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006


God says he's putting a vice-reget or steward on earth. Angels are like, dude, what up?
Adam gets to name things - had knowledge
Angels told to bow down to Adam. Iblis says "fuck that," is a rebel. Shift to title 'Satan' two verses later.

Misleading neon signs

I went christmas shopping today. When I was in the town centre, I noticed a pet shop I had never seen before. It had a big neon sign that read "Kittens" in cursive. I got all excited and went inside, only to find the entire section filled with puppies. The "Puppies" section was filled with puppies, too. Not a kitten to be found anywhere. Man, it sucked. Although, the siberian huskies were all right.

In other news, I finished shopping for the immediate family. Thank god, I can now avoid the mall and focus on my studies.

Friday, December 08, 2006

God I love the internet

Store Wars. Dig it.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

It must be exam time

I would not find it inappropriate to say that, in a sense, wearing tights is a transcendental expereince.

God, I love my job.

The scarlet letter

Honestly, let me quote a passage from chapter seven of nathaniel hawthorn's The Scarlet Letter, and then ask you a question.

... the children of the Puritans looked up from their play, -- or what passed as play with those sombre little urchins, --and spake gravely one to another:--
"Behold, verily, there is the woman of the scarlet letter; and, of a truth, moreover, there is the likeness of the scarlet letter running along by her side! Come, therefore, and let us fling mud at them!"

I mean, what the shit? Did people actually talk like that back in seventeenth century America? Moreover, did children speak like that?

Monday, December 04, 2006

Damn it, Freud!

My dreams have delivered me a guilty conscious. The dream may not have been real, but the guilt is. I'm sorry. What more can I say?

Friday, December 01, 2006


Today, i legitimately had to use the cosine law in real life. I was all "Thanks Mr. Johnson, you verbally abused us thorugh mumbling, but in the end, it was alright because 'mmmhmhhmhmh idiots! mmmhmmhrrrmrmhhmmhr ittelgence level... mrrrrrmmmhhhmhmhhm grade two ... mhhrhhhmhmmhmm' apparently taught me enough to remember how to do all that grade nine triogonometry well enough that it only took a breif look at the internet to find the old equasion and then apply it."

Call me crazy, but I miss math. Sometimes I wish I had undertood calculus so I could have gone into the sciences. But I like reading so much, and I'm good at it too, so no complaints.