Who takes a limosine to work? I mean, I didn't have time to wait around and find out, but I imagined it was overweight office ladies, whose boss man paid for the limo, so they could go to the outlet stores for the day to Christmas shop. This would be Aimers worst nightmare, yet a predicament that I could see myself getting into with no way out.
Peace be with you,
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
I don't know why I've not been blogging lately, shit just hasn't been that interesting lately I guess. But here is some stuff on my mind:
My stitches are out and everything on my arm is healing up fine, a bit dry, but fine. I think I might need ointment.
I'll be happy to have five days off for Thanksgiving and will eat a lot of food. I wish I were in Cancun with the Burritto Sisters, that sounds pretty nice.
I hope I don't catch a cold, because everyone seems to be sick. I hate it when people are sick. I don't want to be around them. I don't like coughing or sniffling.
Ummm, oh, the Bachelor was pretty funny last night, most dramatic rose ceremony ever. That dude turned out to be a real dick. But, those girls have to be pretty stupid to date a twin, creepy.
I miss the Pick Up Artist and wish that I were Canadian. I'm considering becoming a goth for the winter months, but the winter months don't seem to be coming, so I'm not sure now.
I want to see the new Cohen Bros. movie, Gio is reading, Mary J's album is coming out on December 18th, my windshield still needs replacing as does my right tail light, I don't like it when people eat ice, I dislike the store Kohl's, and I still hate cinammon.
I guess that about wraps it up....oh one last thing, my washer broke.
Have a good holiday if I can't think of anything intersting before then.
Thursday, November 15, 2007
1.Aimers is just a person. She has a real life and responsibilities; make sure your timing is appropriate for what you want. Fans are appreciated but keep in mind that no one wants to be ambushed exiting the lavatory stall or with a mouthful of dinner at a business meeting over at Johnny Carino's.
2. Understand that Aimers is used to people asking her for autographs. She takes it in stride, so don't be too nervous.
3. Approach Aimers, but don't get so close that it annoys her. Say "Hi," tell her your name, and give a light compliment. Do not gush - she doesn't enjoy it. Ask a question or two. Comment on whatever she's famous for.
4.Hold out a pen and paper, but don't stuff it into her hands. Ask for an autograph by saying "I'd love to have your autograph," or "May I take a picture with you?" Don't be shy. Be confident and smiley.
Hope this helps, and if I've EVER offended any of you my loyal and devoted fans, please know that I must've have been having a bad case of the Mondays.
Tuesday, November 13, 2007
It was only a matter of time before they developed a Chuck E Cheese for the corporate minded adult. I don't know how much worse things can get. Dave and Buster's boasts over 200 video games, specialty drinks, and an "awesome" menu, which includes philly cheese steak rolls and a drink called the shizzle. They also offer special banquet rooms for all of your work hard/play hard corporate events. I guess it was only a matter of time, now I can only hope that Natomas gets a Dave and Busters.
Friday, November 02, 2007
I'm pretty much screwed, and have been bit by a little vampire. Symptoms include, thirst for blood, being tired, wearing all black, shopping at hot topic, drinking lots of coffee, complaining, putting too many bumper stickers on my car, listening to Bauhaus, buying china flats, excessive clove smoking, dancing with fog machines, pessimism, and hanging out at the Birdcage Walk. If you know a good cure, other than The Cure, please let me know immediately, would like to be back to my bubbly optimistic self as soon as possible.