Monday, April 06, 2009

SEE YA IN DOGGY HEAVEN.

This blog is visited by thousands daily, so let's get to it! That's right, I said THOUSANDS. HA!

Madonna's been told she can't adopt that girl! Our little pop queen denied?! OUCH! And yet another one of those terrible bloody mass shootings happened on Friday. Yeah man, the economy and bitterness out there is grave, and it is making lots of individual people snap! And I think Farrah Fawcett is going to die. I had a feeling she wasn't well when I read about a year or so ago that she was trying to get aggressive treatment for her cancer. Bummer, but what can we do? We are seemingly powerless mortals I'm afraid; living breathing idiots trying to keep occupied until death comes and takes us for good! I hope that you're now as happy and joyous reading these words, as I am typing them! LOLOLOL!

So what will ha
ppen to you when you pass away? Is there a heaven? A hell? Well I for one don't believe in no fiery hell anymore, but I am still holding on to the desperate hope that there is some cool nice dimension of sorts for the cool folk where we can all smoke marijuana from time to time while enjoying music and other worldly hedonistic pleasures without the suffering encountered here on Earth. I saw Religulous, and it was a pretty entertaining documentary with that loudmouthed half-Jew Bill Maher who doesn't believe in God at all. I for one agree with Bill that religion is horrible and has helped destroy humanity, and keeps otherwise powerless people feeling high and mighty, but I would not go as far as Maher to say that there should be no such thing as faith or spirituality. It's good to pray, it's good to rely on something outside of yourself I believe, and even beneficial to one's health, but it is the fundamental judgmental money-making organized religious criminals that need to be stopped. All that horrid brainwashing and fear one is raised with has got to go man! And I do believe all of that is slowly dying, especially in such a zany overly religious country like the United States has notoriously been. Bill points out in one part of the film how many of our Founding Fathers were anti-religion and believed in separation of church and state, which many of today's psycho Christians will not dare accept.

One of the most disturbing things I learned from this documentary film is the existence of an actual amusement park in Orlando, FL (Disney World is satanic I guess so here's the alternative) called The Holy Land Experience! YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME! THIS KIND OF DEMENTED PLACE EXISTS?! Yes, you and your family can come here, and witness Jesus getting crucified at one of the park's shows! YUCK! HOW LAMENTABLY DEGRADING AND MORBID CAN THIS BE? This place sounds like no fun, and anyone that goes there is a freak! Sounds like that awful Mel Gibson movie coming to life! I'm being too harsh I suppose, but whatever. I just can't wrap my mind around this place even existing or being entertaining! LOLOL! To each his own...

Sir Paul and Lord Ringo were in concert together on Saturday to raise some money and I thought I'd heard Howard Stern mention last week he was going to be attending this. They had other big music names there as well, so it sounds like it was probably really amazing; Stern will surely talk about it on today's satellite radio show.

I had never seen Easter Parade, but it really was a beautiful movie, pretty f*cking enjoyable if ya ask me. Fred Astaire was not that hot, but boy could that man move! Judy Garland was as cute as a button in this film. I had no idea Peter Lawford was so handsome! DAMN! And Ann Miller could move like that?! WOW! Good stuff, and many thanks to my good bud Truman for lending me his DVD:


12 comments:

Todd said...

What a way to start my morning with life, death, and beyond the grave stuff.
I don't celebrate Easter since it's one of those pagan/Christian holidays that doesn't make any sense. But there's no school on Thursday and Friday so I'm not complaining too much about it...

A Lewis said...

I saw Bill M's movie and thought it was funny..except for the last ten minutes which scared me! And, of course, you'll remember my life and death questions that I posted a few weeks back:

http://spiritofsaintlewis.blogspot.com/2009/03/death-defies-me.html

Conclave27 said...

Holy Land Experience.... where are the tanks and Jews killing Palestinians? Wait I know why it was built.... isn't Mikey Mouse an Islamic supporter with the alias of FuFar? lol

Gledwood said...

poor Madonna, she must be absolutely mortified...

Gledwood said...

damn! i wanna see that film now!

Gledwood said...

ps you can watch vivienne leigh in waterloo bridge in its entirety at mine ~ haharr!

Eddie said...

As much as I LURVE Madonna, she can't expect things to be different for her, especially when adopting a child. Children are living, breathing things... not a handbag. I do hope it goes through, but she needs to understand that she can't get what she wants when she wants it. At least not with a human child.

I just suffered a loss (my aunt passed) so I've been recently contemplating the whole death thing. I have a heavy heart lately and it's not going to heal anytime soon. I loved her dearly.

I think I need to puff. Want to join me? Wish you could...

Besitos WAT baby.

M- Filer said...

I am finally getting paid to read your blog Sir WAT. I always do my blogging and such on my own time, but now that I spend so much time in an office I have started getting paid to read your inspired words. Yeehaw!

Poor Madge, I actually feel bad for the old bird, even though she does feel entitled to have what she wants. I guess I identify a little.

Gary said...

Good Lord Wat! So many different bits of thought to comment on here...

1. Madonna: I think if that little girl does not get to go and call Madonna 'mama' she will be one angry bitch when she grows up.

2. Farrah: Horrible! Truly horrible. When I was a young boy I was a proud member of the Farrah Fawcett Majors Skate club. A club I started with my friends who also liked to fall on our skateboards. I wish I could find the clubhouse picture. Our code word was "FFM". Boys can be such geeks. I had that poster and many others of her in my bedroom and my older brother shot all the nipples with a BB gun. How strange was that. I was FURIOUS!!

3. Prayer: I believe strongly in the power of it. I'm not sure if it is God or something about the collective conscious coming together and the power of that energy but prayer does help. Kudos to prayer. Organized religion is another thing. Any time you take away someone's power to choose or think for themselves you have Trouble, with a capital "T".

4. Reunion: I have no thoughts about that. I know you are a huge Beatles fan but me, not so much. I still love you though.

5. Ann Miller: Please. That broad can dance. And what a 'do.

Gary said...

Oh man, Just read Gledwood. Take him up on it Vivien Leigh in Waterloo Bridge. Heaven.

"That thing which you told yourself can't be true, is true." or something like that. So beautiful and heartbreaking. LOVE that movie.

Gled - can I come too??

WAT said...

Gary: YOU ARE A HOOT MAN! I'M LAFFING HERE!

alice said...

I feel sad about Farrah.... she always seemed so lovely, and really improved as an actress... and I always thought Ryan O'Neal was hot when he was young. (not now, though...). Cancer is awful - it ravages your body and everyone watching you die, suffers. What a terrible way to go.

As you know, I am a Christian, but I totally agree about organized religion. It's become a business - about making money and dictating how others should live. They are so busy judging others, they forget to love thy brother. Sad.