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Jkash told me my last entry was lame, Jill said she was disappointed with the short entries, and Wagon doesn’t like it unless I write about money or sports. I would just like to say that it’s not easy to come up with quality posts daily and I’m not really a writer. I used to get B’s in English and my papers were usually weak sauce. However, all the negative thoughts aside, the one thing I have going for me is that if I can write something that entertains me, then most likely it will entertain you. I keep this blog for no other reason than to put my thoughts on paper and to have a history of my life. I don’t plan to make money off it, thus no advertisements. In some sense I would like to have more readers only to fulfill a sense of accomplishment that I could create something that people actually want to read. I actually hesitate sometimes to write things down because people can take everything I write in here literally and personally and think I’m making attacks which is never the case. Some thoughts by me on life.

– Guys shouldn’t do Yoga classes
– Don’t run outside in shorts if the weather is 45 degrees or lower
– It’s not ok to not visit the dentist
– Soda is bad for you and can lead to pancreatic cancer. Do not want.
– Too much Iced Tea leads to kidney stones
– People who only walk on treadmills bother me
– You should own a nice pair of jeans (no wrangler or levis)
– Wearing t-shirts more than once (for the whole day) without washing them after is not OK
– Unless you’re over 40, the mustache is a difficult look to pull off
– Lights for your car should auto turn on and off anytime the car starts whether dark or night
– Listening to Elton John doesn’t make you gay
– Listening to Adam Lambert does
– The #2 pencil will go down in the history books
– The big bang theory was not 5,000 years ago
– You should have at least 4 pair of shoes. 2 casual to swap looks, one athletic, and one dress. Sandals are ok
– I bite my fingernails but never below the nail
– You should own at least one suit
– Compliments are good ice breakers
– The richest counties are predominantly in the northeast so I think this should be good data for where the brains of the country are located
– Although I find hand cream to be feminine, I have used it on occasion
– The CD is a dying breed
– The spoon and fork should be replaced by the spork, it would really save on the amount of silverware produced
– Girls at bars need to get off their high horse. Basically girls are shallow, irrational, and notoriously bad drivers. I don’t really believe this but the more I pay attention, the more I see it.
– What’s amazing is that we live in the best country and it’s run by a govt who steals from it’s people and a corporate world run by thieves.
– The shocker is my new photo trademark. If you want to take a picture with me I’ll ruin it with the shocker, just a warning.

The older I get the less dependent on other people I’ve become. I can see myself as one of those regulars at a diner who come in at the same time everyday, order the same thing, read the same paper, and work that routine year after year. The highlight of my day is waking up and then living the first hour. I get in my car, listen to music I like, eat my bbq sunflower seeds, get a breakfast I enjoy, and then reading the Wall Street Journal to keep me up to date on what’s happening in the business world. That makes me happy. That and listening to music when I’m drunk. I don’t need a lot of money or fancy cars or a mansion. I wrote it before, give me a place to live, a warm environment with a golf course and nothing to do and that’s what I want. I’d wake up, do my routine, go for a run, and then spend my time golfing or reading. I would prefer that lifestyle to what I’m doing now which is working the grind 5 days a week and then getting wasted the rest of the time. The working leads to the drinking which leads to the problems. I’m a pretty simple person with simple needs. I don’t aspire to change the world or make a difference. Maybe I’ll find someone that makes me happy and have some little TC’s but not until I can take care of myself, can I take care of anyone else.

No mistakes this time Jill.

By |2010-03-09T00:23:05-05:00March 9th, 2010|My Brain, My Life|3 Comments

Upstream w/o a paddle

So I’ve been kind of bummed out lately. Everything is just kind of blah. I’m really sick of the cold weather and especially the snow. Our building for work has terrible insulation and every room is under 62. Not to mention it’s completely dead and this week looks like it’s going to be shot. Plus the market looks like it’s tanking again so that has me down. And then the fact that I’ve logged 2600 hands for a net loss of 200 dollars doesn’t have me thrilled. I didn’t even bet on the Super Bowl because it was like what’s really the point. I also didn’t go to they gym today because I was being lazy which is another wtf. Basically everything is just boring and shitty. This isn’t really the outlook I like to have either but I seem to be on this trend of not really making any progress one way or another. What really makes me think is that there are people who are so much worse off than me that if this is how I feel, how the hell do they feel? When I look at it like that I feel a little bit better but when I have to view it from my point of view, I just need something to change. I can’t explain what it is either but I will be doing some serious thinking about maybe a new approach. Sorry for such a downer post but this is my medium for thought, so you get what I’m thinking about. Tomorrow’s another day.

Just so you don’t X out with a thought like “wow that was depressing,” I want to comprise a list of my thoughts:

  • I don’t understand the popularity behind tool and DMB
  • I have no interest in Lost or the Office
  • Baseball bores me to death and now that football is over and it’s too cold for golf, what do you do on Sundays?
  • Besides Pretty Woman what is Julia Roberts good in?
  • Panasonic, Magnavox, Sharp, Phillips, Toshiba all leave bad tastes in my mouth for TV types. Hp and AMD processors for computers. Java and Itunes for software. Seriously when Limewire brings up itunes every time I shut it down I nearly lose it.
  • Unless you wearing dress socks, socks above the ankle are not allowed.
  • I’m not going to expand on this, but using lube to jerk off creates a mess.
  • I like sleeping with my socks on
  • When people change the channel without using the guide function
  • Who gets excited about Ellen being on American Idol? I don’t really watch the show but what does she know about singing?
  • I can’t stand checking my voice mail
  • People who double click every link on the internet when a single click is needed (my dad)
  • People who act like the world revolves around them. They get their way because it’s what they are used to and are basically oblivious to the people around them.
  • Why does my room seem like a bomb hit it after every weekend.
  • Fucking damp jeans when I walk in the snow. Seriously out of the entire list this tilts me the most. I’m actually going to close on this one because I can write about it for a while. I like my clothes clean. I have different standards of what is clean. Examples, if I put on a nice sweater, go to the bar for a few hours and then come back without spillage, I put the sweater away and can wear it again. If I start the day with a t-shirt and finish it with the same shirt on, this gets washed regardless of the activity. Socks always get washed after one use, same with boxers. On to the jeans. Jeans don’t need to get washed often. Practically never. People don’t go around smelling your jeans and I really never notice any odor, but if I did I would wash them. Damp jeans. Water eats up the cuffs. Even higher in this past snowstorm. In my book this is actually forcing me to wash my nice jeans. Jeans sitting around in water leads to fungus or mold, whether it’s true or not doesn’t really matter because that’s what I think. So for this rare occurrence that my jeans are damp, this is forcing me to wash them. I don’t like washing them cause they potentially shrink and tight pants around the waist is like cutting off the breathing to my member. Plus it’s uncomfortable.
  • By |2010-02-11T16:57:49-05:00February 9th, 2010|My Brain, My Life|1 Comment

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