Just came back from a recording session of a talk show I watch, the Dog Whisperer was being interviewed. It was fun, had some good laughs, and Cesar got shown an obvious clip from South Park. Long story short, I had a great time.
Mean Girls 2 was better
my amp and pedals came in, and they kick so much ***
I agree with Ceno. Those were terrible movies.
I actually skipped class once because they were showing Mean Girls for some anti-bullying thing. How that movie qualifies for such a thing, I'll never know.
Sooo making my problem set into a drinking game was a bad idea but on the bright side I finished it.
How did the mathematician solve his constipation problem?
He worked it out with a pencil.
After the debates, though, my vote is basically sealed -- I'm voting for this guy. You can't understand a word he says, but he still made more sense than that debate.
Watch me tumble stuff:
Yeah, I'm snarky to all mean girls~
And yeah, I did think that PBX was a lot weirder than I thought it would be, even after Letur-Lefr. Still though, since it's John Frusciante, I don't, like, listen to the sounds themselves, but the music he's making, if that makes any sort of sense. All of his albums are extremely different superficially, but seem to actually be pretty alike, at least to me (well, The Empyrean was kind of different thematically, and probably Niandra LaDes and Smile from the Streets, too). I was honestly reminded a lot of To Record Only Water for Ten Days when listening to it. Walls and Doors was way more 'normal' for sure, though; I didn't realize that it was released beforehand.
But musically, PBX was plain strange, what with all the rapping and really harsh electronic sounds. I mean, I guess A Sphere in the Heart of Silence was kinda similar with the sounds, but this was just... I don't know, kinda harsher, because the sounds changed so frequently and suddenly, or... something. And fangirl or not, I did like it. Though I have to admit, too, that it might be hard for John Frusciante to do any wrong by me.
Twin: Hero of Gayland, Esq.
I'm fairly sure that being Australian imbues you with the required capabilities to not have to worry about either the heat or the wildlife -- or at least the ability to fill a jar of urine in less than half a minute and throw that to ward those off (I heard it also works well against the government). As for corrupt government... that's everywhere.
Okay so a 'friend' of mine has asked me to discuss business stuff with him later today, but I'm not even slightly interested, as it's... Amway. You know, that pseudo-scamming group who basically rob people of their money using fancy pyramid diagrams and stuff. How do I let him down nicely, or better yet - not get him to hate me for not wanting to take part?
I completely regret it.
I also collect concept art for vidya gaems. It's nice to look at and is a pretty good source of inspiration sometimes.
Only get into collecting if you've got the funds for it, you've really got a passion for it, and you have the room to do it. That last bit is probably the most important part.
^Nicotine or marijuana?