Tuesday, November 27, 2007


I don't know how many of you ever watched Exo-Squad when you were younger, but this is pretty much the most exciting news ever:

Monday, October 15, 2007

Going Where We've Lost It All

I feel like I've lost it. You know what I mean by "it". That one thing that keeps you going or sets you apart. Running in place is never a feeling that anyone wants to perpetually feel. It just feels like I'm acting out in a film that's just a vicious cycle that plays over and over again. Repetition is life's way of saying "fuck you". I'm tired of being told "fuck you," though. I just need that spark. Something that motivates me. It doesn't help that I'm always tired or feel like I'm running at 38%.

Basically, I feel like Hal Jordan being reamed by the Sinestro Corps. I'm just waiting for those fucking blue Guardians to get off their high horses and allow lethal force to be allowed.

I want to feel like this every day:

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Chrishaley shutting the hell up!

So this is it? The first blog? I can't believe I'm doing this.

First off, I am incredibly ill right now. Honestly, I think Chrishaley gave me whatever he had. Which means I probably deserved it.

It's funny how I obsess over some things obsessively, only to have them fall off the map rapidly. Such is the case with bands. I've always been the kind of person to pick up a band and scour their catalogue to the ends of their B-Sides, only to put them aside at a random point in time, replaced by yet another. This is probably why I have over a thousand albums. They don't go to waste, however. I do go back and listen to said bands just for reference and nostalgia.

One of these bands that never fell off is Montreal's the Dears. I seriously can (and on several occasions do) listen to them all day every day. I was searching the bowels of YouTube for crappy live footage and ran across a video I've never seen for a song called "The End of a Hollywood Bedtime Story". No one cares probably, but this was exciting stuff for me. The video has a very dizzying feeling, seeing as the point that was being put across was Murray Lightburn getting very very drunk. The effect is an A+, as the video is pretty hard to watch at times. I took an Advil. Here it is in all its glory:

Oh Murray, your sunshiny personality is an inspiration to me.

I'm also hopped up on all sorts of medication right now, so I really hope I didn't fuck my Mythology test up too much tonight. Argh.