Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Marijuana + Coffee = Hyper Crazy Time



This morning I drove up to my Father's pad to say hi and shoot the shit. Before I arrived I told myself not to drink any of my Padre's jet fuel coffee when I got there. I knew I would by smoking a little weed with him and figured the addition of the coffee to potent weed doesn't always pan out the way I like. Furthermore the addition of weed to any sort of caffeinated jolt usually does not have the desired affect. In college my roommate had told me that his mother called this combination of delightfulness a "Mexican Speedball".

I walk in the door and the first thing he says to me is "how 'bout a cup of coffee?" I hesitate for less than a second and reply "Sure why not" even though I had told myself two minutes earlier to decline, typical. Of course he rolls a joint of awesome Banana Kush and now I am smoking super potent weed and drinking hyper crazy coffee. As soon as finish the coffee, as SOON, shit starts racing. Thoughts about my life, what I should be doing, how dumb I am, should I work out more, change my diet, take a nap, run a mile, chop my hand off, pee myself, you know the norm, right? This continued for about an hour. The whole time during this hour my Father and I converse about how ridiculous it is to drink so much coffee and smoke weed. Yet we will do it again, and again and...

I have a lot of natural energy so when I smoke it levels me out (nice excuse). So if I am trying to slow it down why am I adding energy to the mix let alone furious energy. My actions at times are absurd even to myself. When I left, my father was ready to take a Valium, and honestly so was I. We both decided to muscle through the self imposed anxiety attack and move on with the rest of our day. I am however doing his shift for him though, so his Valium may still be coming.

Morale of the story. If you know shit is going to make you crazy, it's going to make you crazy. You know what I am saying.

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Cool Site



If you are into crazy science shit this is a really cool site. It was posted on a street sign in the last episode of Fringe. It has some cool science fact. If you are into fringe sciences check it out. GlowingMonkeys.com

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

California Love



Funny, makes me laugh! HAHAHAHAHHA

Friday, September 12, 2008

Pretty Cute

I don't know, thought i would share some cuteness.



Awesome!



Channeling my inner Smithers.



Enjoy and have a nice day!

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Chicken Worm? or Mmm Mmm Good!



I am easily influenced by commercials, I am obviously not the only one but... easily swayed by a good campaign. In Jr. High I ate Butterfinger and drank Minute Maid Orange soda because I had mad respect for Atlanta Hawk super forward Dominique Wilkens and Bart Simpson. Back to the subject at hand, commercials, there god like power over me, and KFC.

The chicken is how do I put it, intoxicating, at least the smell and the skin. That's what I think of when I see the commercial the smell... the original recipe skin... I have been trained much like a dog to have a response when the image is presented. Well at least I have identified the cause and the affect of the situation but I can't readily be aware psychically that a KFC add will be presenting itself in 30 seconds and by the time the color scheme, voice, imagery are being processed by my EYES! it's too late, so truly resistance is futile.

So, I was hunting for a KFC by my work, I actually drove out of my way to search for a location so I knew where to go directly when the ideal time presented itself, luckily I found one just a mile out of the way, SCORE! Planning my attack, I swooped into work, gathered an appetite, coerced a co-worker into my mystery lunch I had planned for him and left on my way to KFC. I specifically wanted the boneless original recipe chicken tenders that I have been seeing the commercials for. These commercials only confirm my theory... well not my theory but a high school friend Blin's theory that KFC has created a genetically perfect creature known as a ChickenWorm.

ChickenWorm, created for the sole purpose of KFC and it's loyal following of almost obese to morbidly obese patrons (unfortunately I probably fall into one of those categories). The stories that I have heard of this mythical creature is that it's fifteen feet long with no beak, talons or feathers, it has one head and 15 pairs of breasts and legs. I also hear that they grow that delicious skin on the ChickenWorm pre-engineered with the 11 secret herbs and spices. That's why it's so addictive! and THAT'S why those damn commercials make me drool!

Frankly I don't care what I eat as long as it smells and tastes good. If you could dip Solient Green (SPOILER ALERT: SOLIENT GREEN IS PEOPLE!) in ranch it would probably taste good and I would eat it, don't go down in a plane with me. My only guilt with eating everything is it's affect on the environment and I get past it. Sure if I think about it, I would probably say humans are and should be vegetarians, Gorillas are vege's and they are some strong mothereffers! But at this point I'm on the shit and any sort of logical guilt associated with my veracious appetite for this crap is long gone.

Talky, talky, talky... apparently full of my own words today so I will wrap this up. I have eaten The Original Recipe Boneless Chicken Strips and they are like the first episode of Fringe C+, but unlike Fringe I see little room for improvement on this product. You know I had wished this day for many a year "why don't they make chicken strips with KFC original recipe? that would be delightful!". I think I hyped it to much in my head, really never giving the product a chance in Hell to steal my heart. Oh well till' the next awesome product (CHICKEN BOWL!) peace out!

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

On the Fringe



Last night was the series premiere of J.J. Abrams Fringe and I would give it a C+. It is very much like X-Files meets Alias meets Lost which in theory could be kinda of cool but we will really have to wait and see. It was a typical first episode lots and lots of set-up for everyone so if the plot of the pilot was not poppin' it tends to drag and this was no exception. I will tell you that as much as I love Lost you have to differentiate yourself from the latter to eventually be able to stand on your own. Right off the bat they are in an airplane so reminiscent of the Oceanic Six Jet liner from Lost that it was cool then super tarded. Really in a plane? Really? I know totally going for the Lost viewers but a bit too much, then most of the dramatic transition music between scenes sounded eerily familiar, because I had heard them before on another show (Lost). That's cool I couldn't stop thinking about one of my favorite episodic but still. There are also Daddy issues which seem to be a fairly common theme for Mr. Abrams again cool, I can relate but still alot of similarities. Finally they showed symbols through out the commercial break and finally in the last scene that where I dunno exactly like the symbols representing the different hatches on the Lost island. I think this show will be good as it moves more towards a modern X-files and away from Lost comparisons that inevitably will happen. Really I think it will be cool but first episodes are tough (not for Lost). I look forward to next weeks episode for a better feel of where the show is headed. If you like the shows I have mentioned I would definitely give it a try.