Friday, June 23, 2006

Road Rules

My newest Daily Briefing and also Season One Finale, Road Rules. My good friend Whitney and I go on a grand adventure and interview one of our friend's mom. It's random.

Wednesday, June 21, 2006

You Are Not Excused

First of all, what the heck is up with that picture of me -->>>
I'm glad we had to use a sonogram machine to take that because I look like I'm 4 years old. Sadly I don't know how to update that soo oh well. Anyway, to the topic:

There are many things in life that tend to annoy, distract, or bother me. However being the kind and understanding person that I am, I usually ignore or excuse these things and accept them as they are because really sometimes you just have to deal. But I have come to the conclusion on a select group of things that they are simply unexusable (or is it inexcusable(or are those even real words?))

Anyway, here is a list of some of those things:

  • People who whisper in movies (and by whisper I mean talk louder than they normally talk because they apparently don't realize they're in a movie)
  • Fake smiles in pictures. REALLY people, anyone who's anyone can tell a real smile from a fake. Think it's rude to not smile because you really don't like the person you're taking the picture with? Then don't take the picture in the first place. Me? If I just happen to be breaking out in a fit of laughter when you take a picture, you're in luck.
  • Insufficient food stock at buffets. This may sound too extreme but seriously, if I go to Luby's I want mac' and cheese. And if I go to Pancho's I want cheese enchiladas. It's that simple.
  • People most like me. It may sound weird but some (not all) of the people you tend not to like are those most similar to yourself. So if I don't like you I guess take that as a compliment...?
Hmm... That's all I can think of at the moment. This will be continued...

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

I'm Horrible/GO SEE CARS!

OK- I'm, gonna say it, I am THE worst blogger EVER.

Seriously, I never update, even when I'm like "CHECK EVERY DAY I'M GOING TO UPDATE CONSTANTLY!" But then I decide that checking OTHER blogs interests me more than writing in my own. Seriously though, if you haven't noticed there are fifty baJILLION blogs dedicated to nothing more than the latest picture of Paris Hilton getting a drink at the Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf. It's getting out of hand. I'm not saying that I haven't read these blogs or anything but seriously, how sad is it that we somehow find watching other people buy graduation cards or squirting water at people entertaining.

Something you will never find in one of my blogs is an important life lesson either. I'm not here to teach you anything (unless it is said in a sarcastic and witty manner). No no, I'm here only to mildly amuse you, if even that. In fact, I'm almost positive that no one even reads this blog besides myself and probably my immediate family.

Before I leave you for the night, I would like to say GO SEE CARS! It's apparently a "thing" to call perfectly great movies "awful" lately. I think the critics are just bitter that they weren't good enough to succeed in their choice entertainment fields that now all they do is criticize good movies in hopes that they will do bad at the box office. Isn't there a saying "Those who can't do, teach"? The follow up to that is "Those who can't teach, become critics." Or something like that. Anyway, the moral of the story is Disney and Pixar's Cars is REALLY good. Soundtrack=amazing as well. Musicians featured in the movie include Sheryl Crow, Rascal Flatts, James Taylor, Brad Paisley, and the one and only John Mayer. But DON'T try and buy the soundtrack at Wal-Mart because they WON'T sell it to you for the $9.78 price that's posted, they'll instead charge you $18 for it. Not joking. Go to Super Target. Super Target never lets me down.

Vocal talent in the movie: Owen Wilson, Bonnie Hunt, Paul Newman, and John Ratzenberger (AGAIN). But Larry the Cable Guy's bucktoothed "Mater" steals the show as the rusty old tow truck. Also Guido, the little tire kid is really funny too. It's just really really good. NOT better than Nemo, but better than Incredibles in my book. Not that Incredibles was very high in my book anyway. Personally, I didn't like it that much, but I still know it was a great movie cuz the world loved it. But anyway, Cars is really an awesome movie that most everyone should be able to appreciate.

Also currently getting torched by critics right now is The BreakUp with Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn which is ALSO really good. I liked it cuz it didn't follow the same track of every single chick flick. So ya, that's my bit.