Friday, September 30, 2005

To the Lost Fans Out There.

Okay...another shallow post but it's late, I'm tired, and what the hell? This is funny.

Found on The Sawyer Song (aka Sawyer Sawyer Locke)!

Apparently, someone had too much time on their hands! ;-)


OOH! OOH! And i just discovered two more installments from The Bunny Theatre Troupe!:

Highlander in 30 seconds, re-enacted by bunnies


The Big Chill in 30 seconds, re-enacted by bunnies

Wednesday, September 28, 2005

And Amy Sedaris is a Dick

Oh, Lawdy! This is so not work and child safe but funny!


"Today we bring you a sneak preview of the upcoming Kittenpants-produced feature film, PUBERTY: THE MOVIE. The movie stars Joe Lo Truglio, Caitlin Miller, Todd Barry, David Wain, Jon Benjamin, Eugene Mirman, Corn Mo, and Amy Sedaris, as the voice of a talking penis.
The clip below is only a small animated segment from the film, in which some singing body parts teach kids about puberty.

Click HERE to watch "The Puberty Pals" from PUBERTY: THE MOVIE."

Tom, Is There Something You Like to Tell Us?

Tom Cruise to speak on mental health issues

Continuing his vigorous advocacy for Scientology's solutions to mental health problems, Tom Cruise will deliver a series of four lectures on topics related to "The Modern Science of Mental Health" beginning next month. Co-sponsored by the Citizens Commission on Human Rights, the lectures will be held at Scientology's Celebrity Centre International in Los Angeles. All lectures will be free to the public. Due to limited seating at the Celebrity Centre, tickets will be available only to Scientology parishioners and selected members of the press, but the lectures will be simulcast on the web, and a live video feed will be available for broadcasters who wish to cover these highly informative presentations.

The first lecture, set for October 15, is titled "How Psychiatry Invented Schizophrenia, and What Scientologists Can Do About It".

The second lecture, tentatively scheduled for October 22, is on "Handling Sexual Dis-Orientation: Out of the Closet and Into the Auditing Room".

The topic of the third lecture, in early November, will be "Diagnosis and Treatment of So-Called Clinical Depression with the Hubbard Mark Super VII Quantum Electropsychometer".

The fourth lecture is "Neuroanatomical Changes Resulting from Chronic Methamphetamine Abuse: Can Narconon's Sauna and Niacin Treatment Program Help?"

Transcripts of each lecture will be made available after the broadcast.

Betram Fields
Greenberg Glusker LLP
Phone: 310.553.3610
Fax: 310.553.0687

Tickets (press only):
Church of Scientology
Celebrity Centre International
Phone: 323.960.3100

Tuesday, September 27, 2005

For Those That Are Suffering From Such Problems

Actually, click here and yes, it's a real product! I just gotta kick outta the name and logo.

Off to go make nice with my medical terms book.

Monday, September 26, 2005

"Oh, Max!"

Don Adams of 'Get Smart' dead


From what I can figure out from the Battlestar Galactica main site, it looks like the show's next season should start up in January. Good...since there was no mention of when the next season started at the end of this past Friday's episode, I was worried it was cancelled or that they were going to pull a "Sopranos" and not have anything for over a year! I'm glad it's only for 4 months.

Am looking forward to Lost this season and finally getting answers to several questions! ARGH! I hate waiting!! And last night's Desparate Housewives was a hoot! That TIE! And Bree switching it in the middle of the funeral!! Classic!

Thursday, September 22, 2005

A Chance to Finally Siddown and Post

Been a bit too busy to post but now that the busy stuff is done for the week, I can finally have a few moments to post.

I've still been dealing with that frelling sore throat this week and went to my allergy and asthma doc this past Tuesday. It struck me over last weekend that since it was going on far longer than usual, I wasn't experiencing any other symptoms other than a very irritated throat and times of dreading swallowing, that it might be thrush caused by my using Advair. (It's one of the more popular inhalers used by asthmatics and it contains a cortocosteroid which can cause thrush.) he checked it all out and he agreed with my diagnosis. Got me started on Mycelex that day and be taking it since. Well, it seems to be doing the trick so I'm happy the problem was discovered.


Despite having troubles talking, I still managed to deal with reality and the outside world which included school. Trudged through 3 tests this week (two yesterday and one today) all of which I feel confident that I passed with flying colors. So far, I'm a month ahead in one class, 2.5 months ahead in another, and on schedule with the third. Not too shabby for a lazy-assed bum!


Found some of my relatives Tuesday nite on that 1920 census! got quite a bit of that census up and available finally so I went to check it out and found those rascally relatives! My father's father's parents, and the 5 youngest kidlets (out of the 11) They were living over on W. 17th St. and about 8th Ave (in Manhattan)! OMG, Chelsea! But back when Chelsea wasn't "cool" (not with the NYC gay crowd anyway!)It also surprized my parents since they didn't know that any of my father's side of the family ever lived on the west side of Manhattan since they mostly lived on the lower east side since they all boated over from Europe and then in the Bronx in by 1930. (My mother's side mostly lived in Brooklyn) And at least I found out that my great grandfather was still alive at that point. My father only knew that he had been dead for a few years by the time my dad was born but he didn't know the exact year and no one alive for the past several decades knew either. (My grandfather died back in 1957) I gather great granddad died shortly thereafter.


The past few weeks, I've had parts of this song playing through my brain along with snippets of the video that went with it. It came out either in 82 or 83 and I haven't seen it since so I didn't remember what the name of the song was (Close to the Edit) nor the band's name (Art of Noise) and THAT was driving me nutso. Well, thank da Lawd for google! I was able to track it down!

And here it is complete with cute hoont! I wonder whatever happened to the girl?

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

OMG! I've Been SWARMED!!

I go check out my visitor stats and see that I've hit 153 visitors to my lil ol' site as of right now! I don't think I've ever hit that number in one day, so....

To all Dataloungers, welcome! And don't stare at possible Huge Jackman for TOO long, it may cause shrinkage! ;-)

Monday, September 19, 2005

Quiz Time

Dawn Summers


Buffy Summers


Tara Maclay




Willow Rosenberg


Rupert Giles


Xander Harris




Which Buffy The Vampire Slayer Character Are You Most Like!?
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Sunday, September 18, 2005

Guess Who....

...started posting again?


For those who watched He-Man, here's him doing 4 Non Blondes.

Saturday, September 17, 2005

What the Frak...?!?

Battlestar Galactica season finale is next Friday?!? But the show's current season just started back in July, a mere two months ago! Shit, that's wacky! And the next season BETTER be starting up not too long from now!!

There's Got to Be a Morning After...

Originally uploaded by azLee.
OMG! I SO want this doll! I discovered over on the Poseidon tribe on that there's apparently 9 Poseidon Adventure dolls somehow connected with Hell in a Handbag Productions (it looks like someone with that theatre organization did them.) If and when I get anymore info on them, I'll post it.

Right-o! Off to watch Battlestar Galactica and hope they show more nearly naked Jamie Bamber. WOOF!

Friday, September 16, 2005

Ack! Part Deux

Ick! I'm still a sicklet. Going into the 6th day. Mostly a sore throat I can't shake (it comes and goes but never goes for good) and a stuffy nose. Dunno why it won't leave. Usually, a cold cruises through me in about 4.

Anyway, it has fucked up weekend plans I had. The Dalai Lama is in town to give a three-day talk/teaching on Chapter 8 (Meditation, Aspiration to Bodhichitta, and Tonglen) of Shantideva's Guide to the Bodhisattva's Way of Life. I got tickets for it months ago and scheduled a room at the hotel but, well, now being ill and not wanting to share whatever germs I have with a few thousand people, I ain't going. Blah! And :fill in deity of your choice here:: knows when he'll be back this a-way again? It's been 12 years since the last time he was here.

Oh, well! Good lesson on suffering.


Chas reminded me that producer/director Robert Wise died Wednesday at the age of 91. He directed such classics as West Side Story, The Day the Earth Stood Still and The Sound of Music as well as being involved in several others. He'll be missed.

Sunday, September 11, 2005


I hate being a sicklet. Alas, a head cold decided to move in late Friday night/early Saturday morning and I've been dealing with it ever since. Between that, trying to stay on top of homework, and battling the idiotic PhundiePhobes on AOL, I've only had enough mental energy to read other people's sites and occasionally comment. Luckily, the cold hit me after Jamie Bamber/Capt. Adama's wonderful towel handling on Battlestar Galactica on Friday night! :-)


And a happy birthday to Sam and to Josh.


It struck me last night while watching a retrospective on the first 5 years of SNL on NBC that SNL started 30 years ago this month! Cheezus H. Christ on a raft! 30 years already?! ::shaking head:: "Time's fun when yer having flies", said the frog.

Wednesday, September 07, 2005


I was zapped by my fellow blogger and Gadsden Purchase Pal, Albert, a couple of days ago so I may as well finally get my butt in gear and do it:

7 things I plan to do before I die:
1. Go back to Europe and revisit the places I've been plus several new places
2. Fall in love
3. Visit Austrailia
4. Buy an apartment in NYC
5. Get back down to about 150 lbs. and stay there!
6. Make more friends
7. Become World Leader

7 things I can do:
1. Procrastinate
2. Be a night owl
3. Find humor in most things
4. Organize tasks
5. Talk
6. Pay bills on time
7. Find information and trivia

7 things I cannot do:
1. Be a good writer
2. Sing
3. Be motivated to cook
4. Deal with math
5. Jump out of an airplane, bungee jump, or anything involving free-falling (thx Rick!)
6. Be athletic
7. Not love cats and dogs
8. (Frell it! I can't leave this one off!) Be a morning person. Those that can be one, should be shot on sight.

7 things that attract me to the SAME sex:
1. Great sense of humor
2. Nice eyes
3. Slightly quirky but NOT dysfunctional
4. Intelligence
5. Stable (emotionally and financially)
6. Patient
7. Be able to goof off

7 things that I say most often:
1. Narf!
2. Furp!
3. Yorg!
4. Thanks
5. Yeppers
6. Not in THIS lifetime!
7. Do you deliver?

7 celebrity crushes:
1. Christian Bale
2. The Rock
3. Jesse Metcalf
4. Daniel Dae Kim
5. Josh Holloway
6. Matthew Fox
7. Jaime Bamber

7 people I want to do this::
Oh, geez! Who hasn't done this by now? Hmmm...well, since Homer's been away and hasn't done it...yet, might as well tag him (barring he doesn't leave something nasty by my front door in retaliation.), and Molly as well. OH! Lemme throw on Chas and TexanDave as well.

Saturday, September 03, 2005

And In Case Anyone Is Interested

I just found out that United for Peace and Justice will be sponsoring the aforementioned march. You can find out the details here on the March's page at the organization's site.


Forgot to mention before and Chris reminded me of it but Steve Gilliard has a WONDERFUL rant about Shub here titled We Told You So.

The site's purdy durn nifty to read all in all...check it out.

William Rehnquist - RIP

Chief Justice Rehnquist has died

I wonder who we'll get stuck with now?

I Figured It Was "Mindless Quiz" Time

Cheese Pizza

Traditional and comforting.
You focus on living a quality life.
You're not easily impressed with novelty.
Yet, you easily impress others.

I SO Love This Man Right Now

I'm sure y'all have read/talked/watched/heard/whatever the horrendous, sad mess that's continuing on in the New Orleans and surrounding areas and right now, after spending a good chunk of the day watching the news and reading stuff online this evening, I'm too pooped and numb to continue it here right now as well as outraged on how it's been handled. Those poor people.

Anyway, dunno if you, dear readers, heard N.O.'s mayor Ray Nagin's interview yesterday (Thursday) bur it was a wonderful heartfelt, no holds barred interview and I loved how he told TPTB off. I hope Bush hears it!

Thanx to Vince for the link.