Friday, September 28, 2007


ya know what???

RED SOX RULE!!!!!!!!!!

A.L. East Division Champs!!!

know what else???

YANKEES SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!

John Edwards is a racist

(nevermind immensely CLUELESS)
here's a smattering of why....
'Asked about what he could do about "inner-city kids partaking in violence" at the MTV/MySpace Forum yesterday, Democratic candidate John Edwards offered an apocalyptic prediction for young black males:“We cannot build enough prisons to solve this problem. And the idea that we can keep incarcerating and keep incarcerating — pretty soon we’re not going to have a young African-American male population in America. They’re all going to be in prison or dead. One of the two.”'

Bill O'Reilly is NOT....
CNN) -- Fox News host Bill O'Reilly says his review of famed Harlem restaurant Sylvia's is being taken out of context and was not racist.

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly says his comments about a Harlem restaurant have been taken out of context.

On his September 19 radio show, O'Reilly said he took civil rights leader Al Sharpton to the Lenox Avenue fixture and "couldn't get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia's Restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City."
"I mean, it was exactly the same, even though it's run by blacks, primarily black patronship," he told listeners. "It was the same, and that's really what this society's all about now here in the U.S.A. There's no difference."
And later, speaking with National Public Radio correspondent and Fox analyst Juan Williams, O'Reilly said there "wasn't any kind of craziness at all" during his dinner with Sharpton: "There wasn't one person in Sylvia's who was screaming, 'M.F.-er, I want more iced tea.' "
"It was like going into an Italian restaurant in an all-white suburb in the sense that people were sitting there and they were ordering and just having fun," he continued. Watch reaction to O'Reilly's comments »
The comments, part of a broader discussion on the persistence of prejudice in American society, were circulated by Media Matters for America, a left-leaning media watchdog group that has been highly critical of O'Reilly. Other media organizations then picked up the comments.
But on his Fox News television program Tuesday night, O'Reilly said the remarks were being distorted.
"Anybody who listened to it ... would, I think, have appreciated the discussion for being an exposition of why people are afraid not only of blacks but of everybody they don't know," he said.
Elsewhere in the September 19 program, O'Reilly said he was trying to reassure whites -- such as his grandmother, whom he said had an "irrational fear" of blacks -- that rap-star stereotypes of African-Americans "are not true."
"This is what white America doesn't know, particularly people who don't have a lot of interaction with black Americans," he said. "They think the culture is dominated by Twista, Ludacris and Snoop Dogg."
Williams defended O'Reilly during O'Reilly's Tuesday night show. He said portraying O'Reilly's comments as racist was "rank dishonesty."
"It's outrageous, because the discussion we had was about how too often the images on TV are these rappers glorifying drugs, glorifying violence, degrading women," Williams said.
But Suzan Johnson Cook, a former Clinton administration official, said O'Reilly sounded surprised that a black crowd was so civil.
"Was he expecting people to be jumping all over the place?" she said on CNN's "Out in the Open" on Tuesday. "It's very sad that, in 2007, a man who influences so many people, number one, has that kind of ignorance, who has not been exposed to our culture."
And Sharpton, who is scheduled to appear on O'Reilly's television program Wednesday night, said he has had dinner with the voluble host twice. He told CNN that O'Reilly "said nothing at dinner that time or the time before that was offensive to me."
"I don't know the whole context of it," he said. "What I've read was certainly not complimentary. And I think that if I said that -- anything halfway like that -- about other races, people would not take it as complimentary and they'd jump all over me -- probably some of his colleagues at Fox.
"But at the same time, I've been quoted out of context," he continued. "That's why I want to ask him what was the context."
Sharpton said he was already scheduled to appear on O'Reilly's program to discuss the "Jena 6," the black Louisiana teens charged with beating a white classmate amid racial tensions in a small town.
"I happen to think the future of the criminal justice system is a little more important than me and Bill O'Reilly having dinner in Harlem," he said.
In a written statement, Bill Shine, Fox's vice president for programming, added, "This is nothing more than left-wing outlets stirring up false racism accusations for ratings. It's sad." E-mail to a friend
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Friday, September 21, 2007

'I think we're gonna need a bigger boat'....

~ I love drummers and catchers.They carry their respective mates on their backs. Too Cool.
~ The lame-assed birdbrain MIT student who waltzed into Terminal C at Logan this morning with a circuit board on her chest and putty/playdoh in her hand is DAMN lucky she wasn't shot!! Art my ass- send her to jail just long enough for what could have happened to her to sink in. Friggin' dumbass!
~ RE: relationships...suffocation leads to masturbation. Really.

Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Say WHAT's???

~Wishing may be fun, but wishing doesn't make anything so. You want something,want to change a situation? Then, go make it happen!!!!
~Don't let what-if's rule your life(this is something that I definitely need to pay extra heed to!)
~Never, EVER base a lifetime on an obligation.NO!NO!NO! Selling oneself short is akin to suicide. You do neither party any favors in this situation.
~Sometimes the grass IS greener on the other side. The key is being aware enough to know the difference.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

I wasn't aware that I 'harped', but it's still cool nonetheless to be 'harpy' enough to warrant an infiltration on this insipid uber-leftist site! I so love pushing people's buttons!
p.s. I googled promenadeit-that's how I found this. Color me self -absorbed; whatever.

How Does.....

~one stop worrying so much about things that may NEVER happen?
~one stop 'thinking too much'?
~one stop assuming what another is thinking, and by doing so creating a problem that wasn't there in the first place?
~one build on an already healthy case of self-esteem to achieve the above issues?

ANY help/guidance with this would be GREATLY appreciated!

*remember- even a slightly warped mind is a terrible thing to waste. Won't you please help?

Tuesday, September 11, 2007


~I just finished watching Into Thin Air, based on the book written by that author of poor memory and no class, Jon Krakauer. The actors did a most credible job, but of course, as in the book, Krakauer got more than some of the facts wrong. AND,as in the book, he does not give Anatoli Boukreev any of the credit that he deserved for attempting to save as many people as he could, and for saving those that he did. Screw you, Krakauer, you goddamn attention whore.
I have read The Climb by Anatoli Boukreev two times- should I go for a third?

Lyrically Random

'I've got a lack, girl, that you'd love to be."- Scritti Politti -Perfect Way
'Want to forgive you, for the things that you do, Want to forget how to remember, with you' - Scritti Politti- Perfect Way
'I shot my mouth off, and you showed me what that hole, was for'-Pretenders- Tattoed Love Boys
'To stay with you, I'd be a fool. Sweetheart, you're so cruel'- U2 - So Cruel
'You don't really love that guy you make it with , now do you? You don't love that guy, 'cause I can see rigth thru you'-REM-Superman
'I cut, and I bleed.. you seem to find that so hard to believe'- HoodooGurus- Bittersweet
'Life's what you make it, don't back-date it'- Talk Talk- Life's What You Make It
'Fate, up against your will.Through the thick and thin, he will wait until you give yourself, to him- Echo and the BunnyMen- Killing Moon
'Youll flow down her river But youll never give her Lips like sugar Sugar kisses-Echo and the Bunnymen-Lips Like Sugar

Sunday, September 09, 2007


~Hi, Peggy! I will call you later this evening-I am on Robert's laptop, and can't play here too long.
~ No, my puter is not fixed, and is almost certainly way dead. Hope to have another by November!
~ My 25th class reunion is the 22nd, and I am so psyched for it! I have a bitchin short grey knit dress to wear( should show it as the new little black dress) black tights and a totally cool pair of three inch heeled black MaryJane's to finish off the ensemble...all to help show off, if you will, my body sans 90 pounds!! Yes, Virginia, I have lost 90 pounds! Hallefreakinluheh!!
~ Wachusett Blueberry Ale is fantastic, not too blueberry-ee at all, and a nice change from BudLight. Sam Adams Cherry Wheat Ale is also great, but I would not try the SmuttyNose Pumpkin Ale, unless you prefer a stronger ale. Was too heavy and bitter for me. Does all of this fruit based ale count as my fruit servings for the day, hmmm, ya think? No??? Damnit.
~ Fall is coming!! The leaves are just starting to turn, and we've had a few cool days here and there-YAY!!!!! No more humidity! No more 80+ days!! No more a/c in the house and car! Oh, happy days are here again!
~ Oh, and no, I am not feeling the least bit melancholy about the fact that I graduated from high school 25 years ago; I mean, should I be? Should I be walking round all sullen and boo-hoo-ee because I (gasp!!) growing older?? I definitely think not! Life and aging and what-not is what you make of it, so why not try to make the best of and celebrate the here and now, take the best care of yourself that you can and LIVE, for Crissakes? Sheesh!