March 28th, 2002

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The week is over half over, and I can't wait for the weekend.

Today is synapsepi's last final, and then she's a free woman. I'm extremely proud of her. Her English teach is nominating her for the Honors Society, which will look great on her transcripts, when she goes to transfer to a four year college.

I'm almost done with Stupid White Men by Micheal Moore. While I don't agree with all of it, it is still an excellent read. It's rare that we have books that complain about social issues AND offers solutions AND is entertaining to read. I think I will now have to go rent Roger & Me and read Down Size This!, both are also by Micheal Moore.

AJ went and got the Office Space DVD. I think I will need to borrow this from him, soon.

For all the complaints I have head about men being leacherous, I just have to say, between the various women that hang out at Cassa de Cesspool, I don't think I know any men as leacherous as them. Do I hear Drew, Jason, John, or any of the other guys who come over go on about which girls and guys are hot? Which friends they would love to do? Who they fantasy about naked? Who they want to get high and take advantage of? No! It's the girls who do this. All the Dirty Old Men in my life are Beautiful Young Women. Not that this is bad. I just think the world needs to know who the truth. In fact, it's rather amusing to observe first hand.

I NEED to go to another desert party!!! I miss the vibe, the openness, the chill party in the back of my truck. Indoor parties are fun, but out in the desert, with the space, the stars, and then the glorious sun rise, all surrounded by good music and people. I must make it to the vast expanses of a desert soon.
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I'm sure many of you have enjoyed Dumb Laws.Com and Stupid Laws.com. Well, now you can see a stupid resolution in the making: Kentucy Bill HR256. You really must read the full text of the bill. Any bill with the word "whoopin'" says something about the writers. I'm not sure what, though. Too much moon shine? Parents were related, before they got married? Went to public school? Frightening. Just frightening.