Wednesday, March 10, 2010

In the 1800's ... or the 1940's

I was trapped.

Oi, Lalala!

To begin with I was going to Church. I'm Catholic and I was gonna go to confession. In the gathering space outside the church I ran into a young girl who wanted to talk... about tornados. ??? Okay, I realize I'm ruggedly handsome and all around great looking; I'm possibly even drop-dead gorgeous, but what the hell? There was no, "How's the weather?" "What's up?" "Where do you work?" or any other conversation starters. It was "what's your name?" then "TORNADOS! Tornado, tornado, tornado..." OI! Lalala!

She wasn't even obsessed with herself. It wasn't all "memememememmeme!!!! OI! Lalala!"

I spent ten minutes hearing stories (most likely fictional) about tornado horrors. I gleaned only a little information about her. 1) Her name (I hesitate to share it on here) 2) She's afraid of tornados and 3) she places WAY too much value on her electronic media. She protects her iPod, DVD player, CD's, CD player, DVD's and such almost more than her life. Good gravy! (Bad gravy too...)

The best part was when she said "Back in the 1800's or the 1940's, when they had tornados ... they didn't have warning." (My bet is on 1940's, cuz it turned into a story about her grandfather who "tends to know when tornados are coming" and how the other people didn't believe him. I think they died in the end. Amazing, huh? Don't ignore warnings from weirdo-chick's grandpa!) Anyway, I was curious how someone could be unsure if it happend in the 19th century or the 1940's.

You got an idea?

So, the moral of the story is... don't die from tornados, and the 1800's and the 1940's are VERY confusing.

Would they be more confusing IN A TANK??? Tell me what YOU think.


Okay, people...
I know at least nobody reads this thing... so I'm wondering... how do I up my readership? Am I not hilarious?

I admit I'm not...

But STILL!!!

If I had a good story I'd tell you... but all I have is ramblings and coffee mugs... I wonder if maybe I just stick a bunch of random labels and key-words so that people will more easily google my blog if I can up my readership just by randomly having dolts who happen to like rambling blogs stumble randomly on my random blog! Random!

But I digress.
I'm going to my "Theatre Appreciation" class tonight, and it's sure to be... interesting. It's not always fun, and I miss the party at my house cuz of it, but it's kind of educational or something. I dunno. It'll help with the "degree" thing that everyone is so obsessed with.

It's a fun class when I get all A's, but I'm holding a B. I'm thinking of suing my school... can I sue them for my lack of effort?

You tell me. State your opinions!!!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Hoping to become more active... in a tank

Okay, so... I'm trying to break my addiction to Facebook. :D So I'm developing other bad habits to fill the vacuum. Tonight I'm starting out by trying to become more regularly a blogger. <-- Awkward how I ended that sentence.

Anyway... have you ever considered that everything, no matter what, is MORE SO when it is in a tank? I mean like a Sherman Tank. A good ol' fashioned killing machine! Think about it!

What's the coolest thing you can think of? Go for it! Okay... Batman... (is Batman seriously the coolest thing you can think of? Sheesh...) Anyway Batman IN A TANK! Or go with something cooler like Over the Hedge IN A TANK! Do you like geeks? I do. But wouldn't they be much geekier IN A TANK!?? I think so. Everything is more so whatever it is when it is inside a tank.

Okay, what's the scariest thing in the world? Wouldn't Norman Bates be much, much more Psycho-ish if he attacked the shower IN A TANK!?? That'd scare the pants off me... if I wasn't already naked... seeing as it's a shower and all... (Don't be pervy. (Almost) everyone showers naked.)

What's the weirdest thing you've ever seen? A three legged zebra playing with a dead raccoon? IN A TANK! Being told "It's too bad you're a guy, you'd make a great girl," IN A TANK!
You get the point?


You give me some examples: I wanna know what you've seen or has happened to you that would be much more so had it been in a tank.

Oi, Magillichetti out!