Tuesday, April 26, 2005

2005: The Year of the Finger.


Just one look at this woman's face and you can see what kind of an evil conniving con artist she truly is!


Saturday, April 23, 2005

The Finger That Would Not Die

A-HA! So the lawsuit crazy bitch I've been harping about finally and justly got arrested today!



Friday, April 22, 2005


Many congrats are in order to PBS once again for Wednesday night's engaging, informative, and disheartening program from National Geographic called Strange Days on Planet Earth. At the rate we're going, our home, the jewel of the solar system, Earth, is going to dramatically change for the worse forever if we don't get our act together and stop its destruction.

The first two episodes of the four-part series dealt with how through travel and ignorance, humans have unwittingly moved native species from their original habitats into other areas where they do not belong threatening the native species there and causing huge problems for the environment and for humans living in the area. Termites which were once supposed to be found China were unknowingly brought to New Orleans after WWII in crates homecoming soldiers used to pack their stuff in. The wood used in these crates was perfect for these little stowaways which have now invaded New Orleans' many French Quarter wooden buildings and threatens them with eventual destruction. The Water Hyacinth, a native plant of Brazil was brought to Lake Victoria in Uganda and for a while threatened the lake's existence because it was overgrowing unabated, but was stopped thanks to a smart ecologist who brought in weevils to take care of the vicious weed. The global warming of the Earth was also discussed and the implications for animals and humans through minimal but significant climate change is something to be seriously considered!

We are all connected in one way or another, whether plant, animal, insect, or human species. What we do affects all others. There is no other way around it!

Please visit the links below and consider donating if you can. This is so important! Our precious home is at threat!







Monday, April 18, 2005

¡Viva La Música!

So, it’s the wee hours of a Monday morning here, and I am enjoying my new computer beyond my wildest dreams and fantasies. It is phenomenally fast and the cable modem Internet connection I have is so far, nothing short of superb!

I am having a blast burning CD’s and downloading music. I’ve fallen into a music phase of finding the best in Latin music, whether classic or modern. This is not a new phase, as I have been doing this since the early 90's, with artists such as Miguel Bosé, Mecano, La Unión, Maná, and Juan Luis Guerra y 440. I kind of left the Latin scene though in the mid 90's when the alternative grunge rock scene exploded and gave us some phenomenal unforgettable music thanks to Nirvana, Stone Temple Pilots, Green Day, Smashing Pumpkins, Radiohead, No Doubt, Pearl Jam, and many others too numerous to mention. Then came the late 90's and early 2000's when I went into my classic rock British invasion phase. I began to feverishly collect all that was The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and The Who of course. I think I’m now going back to my roots, only because there is some good music being made out there by Juanes, Shakira, Molotov, Café Tacuba, Gustavo Cerati, and many others. Let’s just say my CD collection is pretty impressive to say the least, but my collection of mp3's in the next year or so with this new computer should begin to look even more amazing. I mean, I’ve been out of the mp3 loop for years, not having the equipment available to even use this amazing technology. To me, NAPSTER was just one big controversial news story, not something I even used, as I never had it when it was making headlines.

Yes, I still have room for the occasional Pop Top 40 cheesy hit here and there and some good catchy Hip Hop, but for the most part, I like well-composed, lyrically smart, and well-crafted music. Rock and Roll will always be high on my list.

I am now officially into any and all kinds of music as evidenced by my growing musical tastes in the 1990's and early parts of this decade. And how could one not be? Music is such an incredible art form to which there is no equal. It soothes the soul, uplifts the spirit, sends chills down the spine, delights the brain, freezes a moment in time and brings back memories like no other except maybe the sense of smell. In any language is pretty much fine for me, preferably in English and Spanish, which are the dominant languages for music the world over.

Life is so worth living with so much beautiful sound.

Friday, April 15, 2005

93 years ago today...

An eerie anniversary to acknowledge, but the TITANIC had already hit an iceberg and was sinking fast at around this very time that I post this. Well, not during Pacific Time, but Eastern time really.

God, how truly dreadful it must've been.


Wednesday, April 13, 2005

The continuing saga of the severed finger!

Now this bitch doesn't want to sue Wendy's after all. Just what is this woman hiding or what was she truly scheming? How did that finger get into her bowl of chili after all? Hmmm...


Monday, April 11, 2005

Saturday, April 09, 2005

"Today...today is history!" -Amon Goeth

I hate to use an anti-Semite's quote on this, but it's true! I am finally, after all these years, connected to high-speed Internet access! My lost Dell computer arrived finally in the last two weeks after being lost God knows where, my heart and soul Mikey helped me set it up, and after a two-hour delay, the cable guy finally arrived to set up supersonic Internet access! YES INDEED! TODAY...TODAY IS HISTORY! At least for me!

I cannot believe Prince Dumbo married that Afghan Hound today. How revolting and appalling! Lady Di, oh poor Lady Di is rolling over and over and over and over and over in that grave!

That finger found at Wendy's might have been planted by that lawsuit-happy woman who started this mess in the first place! GO FIGURE! I was happy just a while ago she had a case against them, and now it turns out she might of cut it off a dead relative at a wake earlier that week to put it in the chili and get herself some cash. What a twisted gross bitch!

Friday, April 08, 2005

Guess what?! The Pope is STILL dead.

That funeral this morning was something else, even though I missed most of it. I couldn't stay awake to be honest, and slept like a baby. But from what I'm reading and the pics posted on the Internet, it was quite the spectacle.

Odd I say, comparing it to the real Jesus Christ, who had such a cruel miserable death and a fairly mediocre disposal of his body. But AH! He was able to move that stone on the third day, something the Pope won't be doing anytime soon.

Tuesday, April 05, 2005

The Pope is still dead.

Congratulations! Thank God! My brand new Dell computer is up and running! Fast Internet service should come this Saturday, hopefully with a hot good-looking cable guy to go along with all this newfound technological pride!

And what the hell are THESE people doing???!!! (read link to story below)


Saturday, April 02, 2005

I cannot dislike him, but why'd he have to say that?

So it's official, the Pope is dead, but I ran into this from the Wikipedia Encyclopedia online:

A controversial point of the John Paul II papacy is the "Halloween Letter" issued in 1986 where he applies terms to gays and lesbians such as "disordered, self-indulgent individuals who threaten the lives and well-being of a large number of people". In his most recent publications, John Paul II has identified homosexuality as an "ideology of evil", which has put the Vatican at a an uncomfortable stance with gay rights groups around the world.

EEK! I wonder if he was upset at how, many gays and lesbians have flocked to his beloved Catholic Church to become priests and nuns. What's worse is how so many of those priests have ended up sexually preying on minors and have gotten away with it!

Irony of ironies.

Friday, April 01, 2005

Requiescat In Pace

I do believe Pope John Paul II is dead by now. All everyone is waiting for is official word from the Vatican, but there's no question in my mind that he has already passed on to the next level.

And so it goes. Life. A long short joyous cruel experiment of consciousness involving our physical, emotional, and mental states.

Try explaining that.