Banter? I just met her...
and sometimes i feel like these days are the good old days
sometimes I miss the good old days
I edit video on my compter and listen to music on my headphones at night. That is all I do after work. Nothing distracts me except the thoughts in my head and the dirty clothes..floor. I never hear the phone and when I do I have to be feeling spunky to even think of answering it. But last night was different. It was 10:30 or so for I was molded and formed into my usual scoliosis inducing humpbacked computering position trying to will the rendering process to hurry the fuck up, when all of a sudden I heard the loudest screech followed by metal and plastic and metal slamming into metal I have ever heard. I thought for a split second that someone had crashed into my apartment...on the second floor. I jumped up and looked out my window onto Ellis St. and there was a brand new, gray Jeep Cheerokee attempting, and succeding to reverse and drive back onto the road like nothing had happened. All I could see was the sportcoated arms of a man desperatley churning hand over hand hoping his wheel would still steer and praying his reality, in fact, wasn't. That handicapped permit will not save you today, sir. He plowed into a parked truck one floor down and a sidewalk away from my window. About 20 minutes later I walked to the store and there were three cops in front of my building along with the mangled Cherokee and imbalanced driver. I walked back across the street where the cops had started the breathealizer test. I think he got a free nights' lodging on the City.
I'm getting $1600 back from the Federal government an yes, I'm going to Sizzler.
I wrote my 1st letter to the editor in respose to this
Here is the thread:
I had no idea that the SF Chronicle was a proud
supporter of the pro-life agenda. It became crystal
clear after reading the Lee/ Estrella article about
Saturdays events. Was this article written with a
generic "protest" template? Did the authors even
attend the march? From what I witnessed at the
protest and what I read in your paper, it is morbidly
obvious as to the Chronicle's stance and agenda.
There were 2 distinct factions at work here on
Saturday, it is too bad you chose only to report on
one of them.
I expect you will get many letters of outrage over
your propagandist article. You reap what you sow.
Thanks for your e-mail. In a story about such a
controversial issue as
abortion, it's clear that there will always be
accusations of bias one
way or another despite an evenhanded approach.
We have also received e-mail from readers thanking
us for our balanced
reporting. I appreciate your thoughts.
my response to that:
With all due respect Mr. Lee, if you are refering to
your article on Sunday as "an evenhanded approach"
then you, sir, only have one hand.
I assure you, I have two hands. I used both to
maneuver my bicycle to
speak to participants of both marches. It's very
hard to maneuver a
bicycle-in this case, jumping curbs on a trick
bike-with only five
grits ain't grocery
im not 34 today
im 34 today
"How long did it take you to grow that mustache?"
Prince Harry, you are a dumbass.
I am so happy and proud. 3 of my great friends I have known from my ATL days, Annie, Rob, and Michael, are going to be on tv. They started a successful comedy group back in the ATL years ago called the Whole World Theater. After several hugely popular years there they ditched the small time to take a stab at the big time and moved to LA. Today I read an article at Variety.com that was about a show debuting this spring called "The Lance Krall show." It is slated share an hour slot with "MXF" on Spike. SpikeTV. Their brand of comedy has been cracking me up for years and now you get to laugh and laugh too. I am so proud of them. I guess it proves that talent and perserverance really does pay off. Congrats ya'll.
Would anybody seriously give a damn if Jimmy cracked corn? I don't care either.
It don't do a bit of good statin' the facts if no one's there to listen.
Ben Lee is very catchy
wait till next year