never have i ever
Bowled a strike in my socks. Oh wait, I just did!
(P) Remember how we never went to Iraq to control the oil? Well looky at which CIA asset funded by the US government got put in charge of the oil ministry? It's none other than the guy who should still be in prison in Jordan for his various financial crimes, Ahmed Chalabi. I mean, geeze, he only disappeared about $300 million. And it's not like the guy was a wealthy, highly educated, well-connected MIT grad with a U Chi PhD or anything.
Maybe these quizzes are more accurate than I give them credit for. (They're certainly addictive; you can never just take one).
|You're a Playful Kisser|
Kissing is a huge game for you, a way to flirt and play
You're the first one to suggest playing spin the bottle at a party
Or you'll go for the wild kiss during a game of truth or dare
And you're up for kissing any sexy stranger if the mood is right!
Maybe they'll give me a prominent location if I say something nice.
|Your 2005 Song Is|
Since You've Been Gone by Kelly Clarkson
"But since you've been gone
I can breathe for the first time
I'm so moving on"
In 2005, you moved on.
I have forgotten how hectic the holidays get. When you go from a month off to a week, that sure doesn't help any. Here it is Monday night, and I've only slept in my bed at home once this week, while two nights have been at the Plaza! Friday night at the Hampton, then Sunday at the Jefferson. (Can I call it that, Andy?). I sure haven't ever spent Christmas Eve eating breakfast in a hotel lobby in my own home town. It was fun, though: hey, we're from Michigan, we're the Virginia side of the family...yeah, I'm from Liberty [just down the road].
I heard a wonderful dramatic reading of the story about British and German soldiers socializing on Christmas day during World War I this morning on my drive to work. I love the holidays! Almost here...just have to get through today. The over/under on me getting to KC looks like about 10:00 PM.
(P) Let's see; instead of humming the song "All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth, my two front teeth, my two front teeth..." try humming "All I want for Christmas is an impeachment, an impeachment, an impeachment...".
The People of Lazy days have surpassed a key milestone in our relatively young nation's history. We have one billion citizens.
You can tell I've had a lazy day at home wrapping presents (all but two are bought and wrapped!) and watching movies (and that frustrating Chiefs game) when I make my fifth post of the day. It's a new record.
Actually, that's not too tough now that Randy Moss is gone. Fortunately, we've lost to the right teams, so if Pittsburgh also loses we can still make it. Gee, all we have to do is beat last year's AFC West champion and this year's AFC North champion.
(P) For those of you that still believe the Reagan Administration stood for values like human rights, political self-determination, and opposing the use of drugs, the scandal in Nicaragua is of course one of the hugest most massive policies you have to completely ignore. For those of you who think the New York Times, Washington Post, and LA Times are remotely close to liberal (or at least anti-Republican), the reporting of the scandal is of course one of the hugest most massive stories you have to completely ignore.
I've decided what my cause needs to be for 2006. I don't really have any power to do anything about it, but no matter.
If you didn't see the Chiefs-Cowboys game this past Sunday, you'll just have to take my word that it totally took the energy out of my week.
After much too much shopping fun and parking lots and going from one end of the store to the other and such, I made it to the last stop at the grocery store. There are a couple people waiting outside, so I ask them if they'd like a ride. Well, the guy says he actually goes to SLU, so he isn't headed my way. Interesting, by the way; I must not be the only one to have had bad things happen at the Schnucks near his school.
My jog this morning was very pretty through all the snow. It was also shorter than my shower afterward.
(P) It's pretty clear. Expropriate natural resources for the benefit of large corporations.
It hit a thousand! No no no, not the number of people executed. Who cares about the death penalty, anyway? I'm talking about my Roth. Now if only I had a dollar for every person killed by the government...
My phone's clock says 5:44pm, and I'm stuck at work. Based on the phat file folder that says AP checks that got stuck on my desk not long ago (not long ago at all) we have a few bills that need to be paid.
I'm driving home past the Children's hospital, and they've got christmas trees up now! And both of my roommies have put up lights and decorations and stuff.