Mental Poop

Wednesday, October 27, 2004
Please stop opposing gay marriage.

It may be against your religion or something, but legislating religion is a big no-no. It's not fair and it's not in keeping with our constitution. Freedom and justice for all, indeed.

In addition, would you like to have to ask 200 million people if you can marry your sweetie? Because that's what it's doing to gay people. If straight people, the majority, had to do this... oh em gee.

So enough with the lameness.

Friday, October 22, 2004
I really like Richard Branson.

Why? you ask. He's a multinational corporate machine, selling everything from soft drinks to wedding gowns. He is one of the ultimate capitalists. He probably even likes "Friends".

Well, it's a simple reason, really.

He's friggin crazy.

I'm not talking eccentric, folks. I'm talking wacked-out, looney-toon, dancing-leprechauns-and-shining-rainbows kind of crazy. He wants to fly around the world in a hot-air balloon? He'll do it (even if it takes him a few tries). He wants to start a cell service? Fine. He wants to fly to the moon? IT WILL HAPPEN.

He's this crazy-ass billionaire who does the things we would all like to do, provided we had no sense of self-preservation and a grin the size of Texas. He even has his own tv show, and if it isn't twice as amusing as any reality tv POS (outside of the Joe Schmoes), then it's clear someone hamstrung him into being boring and/or cloned him (poorly). If he wanted to, he could probably synthesize an AIDS vaccine out of his buttmeat. The only reason he hasn't is because he hasn't figured out how to make the vaccine sparkle and play an amusing tune. But give him time.

Oh ho ho yes. Give him time.

Wednesday, October 20, 2004 is Jeff of Wigu fame's latest venture.

It is pretty amusingly amazing.

Genmai-cha is pretty amazing, too.

Monday, October 18, 2004
In regards to all the hullabaloo over flu vaccines -

There was a time before flu vaccines, where the majority of the population got along fine without a shot. Sure, people got sick, and yes, some even died.

But honest to god, people, you don't need a flu vaccine if you are a normal person. Even if you are slightly abnormal, you'll probably live without it. Yes, you might get sick. OH NOES.

In short: if you are old, have a way lowered immune system, or are otherwise likely to be severely medically damaged if you get the flu, don't get in line for a shot, because then you're just getting that much closer to being a total ass.

I just don't get all the fuss over flu vaccines. We lived without them before. This should not be a huge issue.

Sunday, October 17, 2004
Oh man. The look on the ferrets' faces is priceless.

The Toilet Online - Leave It To Bush!

The sound editor is brilliant. Very talented.

Wednesday, October 13, 2004
I am a busy person.