Tuesday, March 30, 2004

So Cecilia Zhang was kidnapped and murdered. In memory of her 9 years on earth, people have begun to change their msn names to have a C in front of them, well first an X, but then changed it to a C. People are doing this because someone created a spam email saying "put a C in front of your msn name as a tribute to Cecilia", and then probably followed by "pass this on to everyone on your contact list and if you don't forward this or put a C in front of your msn name, you are a horrible horrible insensitive monster. This couldn't make me want to vomit more. First of all, someone is capitalising on this girl's death and having their junkmail forwarded around. I don't know what the big deal is with getting your email to pass around to as many people as possible, but for some reason, people try anything to have that happen. This time they see the perfect opportunity and prey on people's compassion and have them forward their chain letter junk around. What also makes me absolutely sick to my stomach is that, since this murder is the most publicised, it is the most important?! I don't think so. How many people are murdered every day, stabbed to death at a toronto nightclub!? Did you see those photos of the canadian and britt gunned down in their car by iraqis? The two men were to protect iraqi civilians. Photos from the shooting include a bunch of iraqis with guns dancing around, laughing at the camera and the site of the charred body. The body obviously looks as though it was trying to clamber its way out of the burning car just by the position it was laid out. One arm stretched and clawing out in front of it. The other was shot in the head. This is only one of a million horrific events that take place in iraq, many of which involving the death of iraqi soldiers, but also iraqi women and children, the kids....some of which the same age and cuteness of Cecilia Zhang. I don't see people putting names on their msn list to remember these people. I just think it's sick how the media publicises this death and since she's a very cute 9 year old girl, she gets the most attention from the police and the community cause our heart strings are pulled.

Maybe I'm being cruel for not putting a C in front of my msn name, but I couldn't think of a more insulting gesture of sympathy on my part than buying into the media frenzy this event has created. I think I will be sad to myself for that little girl and everyone else that was murdered and not change my msn name because an email forward told me to.

Wednesday, March 24, 2004

Ok I know i just did this, but this is really funny:

google search hitting my site: lesbian sex, made by lesbians for lesbians
recent searches that hit my site:

jesus shark
jesus fish tattoos (4)
my jutting jaw
funny bone and other related personality traits
sugar crispS (yes with the S added)
misc hot sex (apparently they don't care what it is)
all most nude lesbians
abstract of the give and take of marital relationships
theres a little mcdonalds in everyone
voice of ladiesman (i do all my own voices)

Saturday, March 20, 2004

Don't you hate when you go into a record (cd) store and completely blank!!? I always do that.


Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel Catherine Wheel



just so I don't forget.
My friends..........


Yes, it's that time again. The first day of spring. Put the gandharvas on for me will ya

Thursday, March 18, 2004

Guess what's coming up!?

Sunday, March 14, 2004

i hate when people make plans and then do something else. I "wrote" some "songs" about it..


flakity flake flake, flakity flake flake, look at flakey flaaaaaaake

flakity flake flake, flakity flake flake, under a field of flaaaaaaaaaakes
**

ohhhhhhhh

dashing through the flakes

in a flakey flakey flake

over the flakes she goes

flaking all the way

flake flake flake
**


MM the flakey flakester

had a very flakey flake

and if you ever saw her

you would even say she flakes



old mc flakey had a flake, ei ei o

and on that flake she always flaked

ei ei oooooooo

with a flake flake here,and a flake flake there, here a flake, there a flake, everywhere a flake flake

old mc flakey had a flake, flakey flakey flaaaaaaaaaake

Thursday, March 11, 2004

I guess one thing I should point out is that my friendly friend "Sars" in Taiwan (come home soon) is now an I should have an abstract team member, meaning she'll post words of wisdom and taiwan updates from time to time in addition to what I post, so make sure to check the bottom for the name, "Jesse" will be everything posted by me and "Sars" will be her posts.

Also, the views and/or posts from "Sars" are owned soley by sars and not necessarily the views of the owner of 'i should have an abstract', and the owner (me) accepts and has no responsibility for what is posted herein by Sars.

Monday, March 08, 2004

Taiwan: 7
Sara: 0

Along with my ARC (alien resident card) I also have a health card - on the back of that health card there is space for 7 stamps...apparently the average resident is allotted 7 doctor's visits a year. Statistically speaking the 7 visits seemed to be more than adequate coverage for the average person - however, statistically speaking, I am the anomaly of the Taiwanese health care system. I was never a particularly ill person in Canada but it would seem that the eastern hemisphere is currently kicking my ass. I just obtained my 7th [note: final] stamp on my health card today.

The set up: last weekend; camping in the mountains; 3 am ? someone proposes a hike. The result: I fall on a rock, and in a noble attempt to save meniscus knee, I end up smashing my shin. There wasn?t a significant amount of blood loss; however, there surely was a significant flesh loss...admittedly, it hurt a lot, however, I opted for the ole? Doug Howe ?just grin and bear it? philosophy. When I got back to the city last weekend I went to the pharmacy to purchase the necessary supplies needed to fix myself ? the pharmacist looked at my leg and made the stitching motion [which I pretended not to understand], she then secured the necessities and also put Tylenol 3 in my bag ? stating: ?please, just take?. Admittedly, my leg may have been slightly worse than I might have wanted to believe...but I was still quite adamant that I could play doctor. SO...my leg keeps bleeding every day for the past week. It?s starting to look pretty ugly ? and I show it to a few select friends, all of whom turn their respective heads in horror ? and so finally I think maybe my leg?s worth the last stamp on my health card...alas, it?s late Saturday and I decide that I will wait until Monday after work. Saturday night: out late, significant amounts of alcohol consumed. Sunday morning: can?t quite get out of bed and by mid afternoon I am feeling quite ill, which I chalk up to the events of the previous evening...Sunday night: after dinner with friends I need to go home and go to sleep at approx. 7 pm [I have fever induced dreams of blood poisoning] ? I wake up at 7:30 the next morning only to call in sick ? I sleep until 3 pm. At this point, I realize that I may be horribly ill. I call a friend - he comes to pick me up and takes me to the hospital.
The climax: The doctor tells me I have an extremely high fever ? I show him my leg ? he scrutinizes it for some time...and then tells me that because the cut was all the way to the bone [I surely did not realize this] it is very infected. He maintains that, while I did do a good job of cleaning it daily, the infection is actually below the scab that has finally started to build...and thus the next hour is spent with him scrubbing away my flesh with steel wool and cutting away with his scalpel. Finally he orders me an IV ? and prescribes 5 pills/4 X a day.

So that has been my day...and now I am currently bored out of my mind because both the IV and the 20 hours of sleep that I got last night have resulted in keeping me wide awake.

Monday, March 01, 2004

ok here is a great spelling lesson. I just hate the spelling of definitely as definately.

I know phonetically it kinda sounds like defin AT ly, but it's definitely de ---- finite ----- ly.

Think of it that way, the word FINITE, you can spell finite, it's not finate, you wouldn't pronounce it like FINE-EIGHT, it's fine-ight. finite. Now, just add a little "de" onto the front and another little "ly" onto the end, (and for you big kids out there, that's the prefix and suffix), and there you have it. De-Finite-Ly. Definitely.


Definitely

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