Friday, November 18, 2005


Ray Grabeel is made of meat,
He don't like your smelly feet,
When he works he cuts some wood,
but he don't comb his hair too good.

When you prance on a bed of thongs
Old Man Willard bangs his gongs
I took the train to Sheboygan
So I could buy a Tea Toy Can

(This is the refrain)
Don't put your pants on
Don't take 'em off
When you got a meatloaf
better not cough

(15th Verse)
Clorox Bleach is made of people
I found 50 bucks in the steeple
That's where George made flavored bread
Out of Aunt Jamima's Head

Four words from a Batman Comic Book
Crystal MENSA defuse look
I've got a magnet that looks like Elvis
Best to not look at his Pelvis


(3rd Verse)
Peas Peas Peas peas Peas peas Peas
Sneeze Sneeze Sneeze Sneeze Sneeze Sneeze Sneeze
Yes I guess that I am lazy
but at least I'm not that plazy

Made up words and sausage pinors
just to rhyme with words like minors
If that's what you thought it was
then you were wrong

Refrain x 6 1/2 times plus guitar solo and optional power windows. Fade Out and grab a beer, but not a good beer cuz you can't afford good beer, you'll have to drink that domestic crap out of a can like Coors or Borax. Was there a point to this? I forgot. Did you get the butter? I forgot the butter. Make somebody else get it. I'm in the tub. Not the butter tub though, that would be gross.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Intelligent Design is a crock o' shite

If you want to force public schools to teach intelligent design, a theory that has no basis in fact or testable investigation, as an alternative viewpoint to evolution, that's fine.
As long as you force churches to teach evolution as an alternate viewpoint to intelligent design/creationism.
I love the people who claim that athiests and/or evolutionists believe themselves to be so egotistical that they have no use for a god. Obviously man is far too superior to have been created by some all-powerful being. That doesn't even make sense. If there is no god and evolution is the answer, then you must realize that man is actually unimportant and has no particular value to the universe at all. We're here by chance. There is no ego to it. There is no point to our existance, we just are.
Now, some all-powerful being that creates a vast universe and then essentially gives it to humans to rule and decrees that man is his greatest creation.... well.... THAT'S egotistical.

Thursday, October 6, 2005

Things to chat about

Bye Bye Mr. Hart! The Texas Rangers are already a better team just by having you leave it.

Katie & Tom.... I don't F***ing care. Maybe a bus with an ad for a psychiatrist will run them over.

Hockey is back! And it's scoring charged! Which means that any sort of creative tactics will go out the window and it'll be high scoring games! Kind of like basketball! BOOOOORING!

I still hate Rob Liefeld.

Friday, September 23, 2005


If you are a Texan, then you know we have a gubernatorial election next year. Before you mindlessly vote for some moron with a "D" or an "R" next to their name, check out what Kinky Friedman has to say.

His website:

Animated Ad that explains why he's running:

He's got my vote!!!!!

Monday, September 19, 2005

A Rotten Review - New TV Shows

Okay, so after the first couple of weeks, I've watched a few new shows. Here's what I thought:

Reunion: Fox, 9/8 Thursdays - Premise sounded cool. Unfortunately, it didn't turn out that way. What we have here is "The OC" (aka 90210) in a "Desperate Housewives" mystery with a "24" gimmick. Stupid, cookie cutter characters are boring and borderline unwatchable. I might watch this in summer repeats if I have nothing better to do. Or if "Alias" pisses me off as much as I think it might.

Bones: Fox, 8/7 Tuesdays - Again, cool premise. Turns out better than Reunion, but still not a hit. Characters are interesting, dialogue is witty, acting is good. But, the first episode story was bland. There wasn't enough forensic investigation. The mystery wasn't intersting enough and the direction really didn't seem to go anywhere. It seemed kinda lost to me. Haven't dumped it yet.

Supernatural: WB, 9/8 Tuesdays - So far, my favorite new show of the season. Young characters & actors who don't act like moron characters/actors from some usual teen show. Great effects and a cool underlying plot will hold this series together through the season. It's like all the non-mythology episodes of the X-Files (the ones that weren't dealing with the alien thing). Only problem, it's up against House, which is my favorite current show. Guess I'll be using my archaic VCR.

Threshold: CBS, 9/8 Fridays - I don't know. I watched the first half of this one. Not sure what it's about. Aliens I think. Kinda X-Filesish. Brent Spiner is cool. There was a dwarf guy who was pretty cool. My wife likes it. Might become the "Only thing on Friday night" show.
Looking forward to "My name is Earl", although I probably won't see that until summer either (it's up against House & Supernatural). "Everybody Hates Chris" might be fun. "Ghost Whisperer" looks retarded. Everything else looks like schlock.

Thursday, September 15, 2005


I had something funny to post earlier and now I've forgotten it....

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Jeff Buckley - Hallelujah

I heard this song last night at the end of House (a kick arse show!). Now I can't get enough! It is fantabulous.

I Hate Opie & Anthony

Actually that's not true. I couldn't care less about Opie & Anthony. It's their jackass fans that I can't stand.

Sunday, September 11, 2005

The Death of Science

You know, it' s a sad day when science gets diluted the same way Major League Baseball, journalism, and television have. Apparently, anybody can be a scientist now and it takes no skills whatsoever. Gone are the days of real research, study, theory, hypothesis, testing, etc. Now we get morons like this:

Scientist disproves town's strange luck
By Paul Hoskins Fri Sep 9,11:23 AM ET

It's official -- scientists have proved that the people of the small Irish town of Skibbereen do not have unnaturally good fortune. But they do seem pretty happy anyway.
The picturesque town near Ireland's southern coast earned a reputation as the country's luckiest after a series of lottery wins.
But Professor Richard Wiseman of the University of Hertfordshire in England told a meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in Dublin that he had proved there was nothing particularly lucky about the place.
He bought 50 lottery tickets in Skibbereen and another 50 in Dublin. He didn't fare any better in the country town than in the capital, proving with statistical precision that its luck is little more than a myth.
But that didn't dampen the spirits of the locals.
"They didn't strike me as very superstitious, they struck me as very outgoing and optimistic," he said. "But it (Skibbereen) is imbued with this idea of being a very lucky place."
"I suspect what's happening is that, by chance, somewhere has to do well and it happens to be Skibbereen," he said.
Optimism can be a blessing. Studies show that a positive outlook improves the chances of cancer sufferers, he said. Positive people, who cross their fingers rather than avoiding ladders, perhaps make their own 'luck'.
"It maintains an optimistic world view which can then become a self-fulfilling prophecy."
But he said an irrational belief in good luck can be a very dangerous thing for the hardened gambler who turns negatives into positives so that losses become 'near-misses'.
"When applied to a situation like gambling it can actually be very, very negative."
He proved nothing, other than an Englishman can't win one lottery in either Skibbereen or Dublin. That's not scientific theory at work, that's a skeptic who throws eggs at people and then says, "See, you've got egg on your face!"
Consider this quote:

"I suspect what's happening is that, by chance, somewhere has to do well and it happens to be Skibbereen," he said.

Uhhh... that sounds like "luck" to me. What a moron.

Tuesday, September 6, 2005

Sunday, September 4, 2005

Baseball can be fun!

I discovered that Starting Line-up baseball figures can become cool fighting figures. Take 1 part 'roid action Rafael Palmeiro and 1 part sliding into base action Lou Brock and you get what looks to be a savage beating about to take place. Call it a Base-brawl!

Saturday, September 3, 2005