Monday, September 29, 2003

So this should kill off September.
No A/C at home since Friday night.

Thursday, September 25, 2003

It's one of my cousin's B-Day, so I sent him his annual e-mail.
That's basically all the communicating we do.
Sad, huh?

It's the second day of my immediate boss' five day vacation.
I'm already in over my head and going crazy.
Well, crazier than usual...


Sunday, September 21, 2003

Well, I saw a cool movie, got to see a cool band play (for a little while anyway), and tried to help a friend out with his new digs (I really suck at the whole domestic skills thing, but I tried...and it was kinda fun...congrats dude), but all I can think about is how blah everything is, and how little I want to go to work tomorrow...

I feel really guilty about something too...
The other day I was driving and came to one of those big, multi-lane intersections. Well, as I stopped my car for the red light, I noticed a lady walking on the sidewalk, and tripping. Then she just sort of stayed on the ground, holding her ankle.
I was three lanes over. I didn't know what to do. I knew I should help her, but I couldn't leave my car there and run/walk over to her...
I din't have time before the intersection filled up with cars to sorta swerve over to the far lane, to then get out and help her, and then I figured, even if I did, I'd be blocking a lane if I did so.
So basically I decided I couldn't do anything about it.
But I couldn't stop looking at the poor lady sitting on the floor, and I was stressing out. Of course none of the other drivers got out either. Including the ones closest to her. And I was thinking that fuck it, block traffic and help her up! But I couldn't. I totally wimped out. I didn't want to be a spectacle. I didn't want to be the center of attention. That was so wrong of me, and I'm sorry.
I hope she's OK...

Sunday, September 14, 2003

OK, this weekend alone I saw more movies that I saw in all of August.

I'm really saddened by the tragic, sudden death of John Ritter. I wish his family all the best.

Had a pre-birthday birthday celebration for a good friend yesterday. It was a nice night, and I wish her all the best on her upcoming milestone B-Day.

Typical Sunday...bored, depressed, dreading the upcoming work week, too lazy to write, etc.
At least the Dolphins won...

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

Kinda weird...went to a theatrical screening of the new KISS DVD, KISS Symphony.
Not really worth doing a real "review", not because it was terrible, but just because it really was just the DVD playing on the big screen. Still, it was kinda cool, albeit a little humbling to see these rock and roll stalwarts looking like they were pretty frigging old men! And it annoyed me that they kept saying it was a unique thing for a rock band to play with a symphony...uh, hello, Metallica recorded with one a few years ago!
Still, it was kinda cool.
And kinda fun to see some die hards actually showed up at the theater in make up and stuff. Pretty cool.

Sunday, September 7, 2003

It feels like I haven't seen a movie (theatrically) since forever.
This should change this coming weekend and the next as there should be at least two for me to see.
It's the little things that make me happy...

Something really cool happened over the weekend.
A buddy (and co-worker's) band, SWEETBONE, got the chance to play at the Office Depot Center in Sunrise. This is a big place where the Florida Panthers play hockey and concerts go there...I saw Tori Amos and Alanis Morissette there (it had a different, equally pathetic name then), as well as a SMACKDOWN taping. For a smaller band, that's used to playing small clubs and bars, playing the big stage musta been a big thrill. And it was a blast to watch and listen through the big speakers and PA system! Unfortunately, the place was almost empty, but still, the very loyal Sweetbone crowd made plenty of noise,and showed much love and respect to the 'Bone!
It was a Battle of the Bands scenario, and unfortunately the competition, a Latin Rock band called Cuchara (there IS no spoon, damn it!) won the battle...shocking when you consider all five judges represented Latin media outfits!
(that was sarcasm people!).
Still it was a good time, and I'm glad I got to see Sweetbone's big moment.
Hopefully it was just the first of many for them...

Just finished Harry Potter and the Order of The Phoenix (book 5).
Damn, these are no longer kids' books. That was pretty dark, and long as Hell too, but it moves at a swift pace, and I read the almost nine hundred pages relatively quickly (by my standards).
All I can say is, there will be some cool shit when it comes time for the movie version...
But all in good time, as we still gotta wait a lil bit for book 3's movie version to hit.

Guess I got nothing else...
Got a lot of shit on my mind, but I don't feel like discussing it right now (although some of it made it into typically vague poetic form on the Writing page...)

Thursday, September 4, 2003

I don't really have anything specific to add here.
It just seems that I haven't been here in a while, and I figured it's a new month and I might as well break it in.

There's a lot of shit going on in the office, and it's stressing me out.
Too many changes, and I really hate change.
Somebody once told me that "the only constant is change". I know, whatever.
Doesn't mean I hafta like it.

My recent 5 days off were pretty much a waste. I mean, apart from the Ozzfest fiasco, there was really nothing. Whatever.

I'm really frustrated about something else, but I'm to embarrassed to bring it up here. No, it's not sex...I wear my sexual frustration like a badge on my sleeve (much to the chagrin of my female coworkers, I'm sure).
No this goes even deeper, and that makes it all the more, well, frustrating...

Oh and I'm sorry that the site keeps adding more pop up ads and now even on site ads too.
It's fucking annoying, but you get what you pay for.
The content on this site, and the fact that it hardly has any readers, does not justify a paysite, you know?