How can one guy look so much like a cockroach? He hides behind
something, in the dark, with one feeler poking out ever so slightly
every once in a while. I'm telling you, here I am, parked in an alley late at night, sitting in my car, watching
And what does that make me?
Don't look too closely at the shadows.
How to Die in Oregon (I'm told)
12 Years A Slave (A friend told me this is GREAT and VERY DEPRESSING. I think I'll skip it because my psyche is fragile.)
Wendy and Lucy (haven't seen it, but LOOKS hecka depressing)
...and a guy @ Whole Foods said he thought Young Adult was a bummer, though I enjoyed it and it didn't affect me negatively. But I guess I can see how it might, for some.
The Beautiful and Damned
A CHILD OF A CRACKHEAD II (#1 was fine, I'm sure, but II...)
DEFINITELY Depressing song:
"Is That All There Is?" I mean, GEEZ. Save a little depressing for something else, why don't you.
I must clear one's slate here. Not my slate, just "one's."
Got a free subscription to FORBES Magazine recently, and it's not just the ugly faces on the cover that have begun to annoy me. No, it's their nonstop whining about how bad business people have it and how government regulation of business is ruining everything, and why can't they have everything they want right now because Damn it, they want it?Mine, mine! Everything should be MINE! (All this in the same issue when they proudly trumpet that capital gains are at record highs and the rich are richer than ever.)
So... A short note here on business people and other conservatives who are always calling for less government regulation on their business:
Government regulation, as unfun as it sounds, is the only thing standing between us and just letting rich business people control everything. Of course you want less government regulation, richies. Because without government regulation, the richest people would have absolute power! Kind of like going back to the era of medieval warlords and kings, but with scarier weapons.
Now, I know there are a lot of unhappy snipers who will say, "The rich already control everything anyway," "They own Congress," and so on, to which I say: Not quite.
Unless you already find yourself in slavery-- and I know some people do-- there is still some freedom left and some battling left to do. And no, corporate freedom is not the same as individual freedom. Don't even.
I could go on, but I get less cute the more I argue late into the invisible night.
So, everyone, go have fun, and let everyone enjoy their freedom as individuals. And Git off my lawn!
eating this for breakfast, peepers. A frivolous new way to get extra
followers on Twitter, likes on your Facebook page, G+ followers, Youtube
subscribers, Vine followers, Instagram followers, and possibly other desirable things, too, but not
undesirable things like germs 'n' diseases, or at least not so
far. So join me in following a fun Pied Piper to our glorious digital
[This scene has untold numbers of blanks to fill in. Like a partial Mad Lib... Anyway, it could use a beginning & an end, & possibly some other things. Characters, so far: ALVIN & BUSTAMANTE or BUSTER.]
ALVIN: I will try. I will try! Now get away from me.