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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Random Nonsense

Fun Me-isms From The Last 24 Hours:

"Holy Fuck, that's tomorrow? I didn't think finals started until Friday. Shit."
"Oh shit I gotta...Christ Kelly, it starts at 11:30, not 11:00. I just peed my pants."
"Did you ever know that you're my he....Ow! Shit. That hurt."
The verdict:
- I say 'shit' a lot.
- I'm easily panicked.
- I'm not so big on original thought.

Bunnies

Bunnies are cool. Not the cutest of the bouncing critters, but good enough. Squirrels are hoppier, as is my cat. And the big, black eyes? Ducks kick bunny ass any day.
But the Telus bunnies? Them there's some damn cute bunnies. I want a bunny like that.

Depressing. Assed. Shit.

Just finished watching CSI. So there's this woman, who turns out to be crazy, and has invented the past four year with a son she had actually killed. TV? Yes. But still, firm grasp of reality? Not for me. So here's some random facts:
No. 1 reason women kill their own children:
Protect them from a world they do not feel is worth living in.
Wrong? Yes. Yet somewhere close to something that's almost understandable. Crazy is as crazy does, and sometimes, it might not be about the ends or the means, but some things are that little bit more....no, not quite justifiable, but close.
No. 3 reason men kill their own children:
They're crazy.
No. 2 reason men kill their own children:
Same as women. Joint suicide, life can't go on, and they can't find a way to see past the pain to the idea that their children may have a better life than them.
No. 1 reason men kill their own children:
Revenge on the ex.

Not crazy, not depressed. No, just revenge, plain and simple.

See, this here is why I hate men. Don't you worry, you redeem yourselves on a one on one basis, but in general, you still get a big, fat, F from me. Pisses you off, me saying that shit? Well, better you jump on that self-redemption bandwagon, and maybe drag a couple pals with ya, would you?

Talks With Shadow

Genetically engineered products: Good or bad?
How about Golden Rice? Chock full of Vit A, specifically designed to keep children in third world countries from going blind. Still Good? Bad?

The revolution...if you're not with it, you're against it. What about those who would love to be with it, but have kids to raise, families to feed, life to live? That woman with those nine children in that war torn country....what does she want more; freedom for her children, at the expense of her life, or the means to sustain life long enough to ensure her chidren will make it to adolescence?

Mothers? Yes, or no? Gay parents have a child using a surrogate mother. Is that child at a loss? Or will that child only be at a loss once society convinces them that they are incomplete without a nuclear family? Does a newborn reciprocate that genetic bond, or are they more focused on their needs: comfort, shelter, love, nourishment? Wow, can you so see my bias on this one?


End Notes

Damn, my phone battery lasts a long time.
Bacon double cheeseburgers rock. But only with extra mayo.
Technically, this could be Night of the Inane Comment IV. I may change the title later.
Fucking lovin' the new profile pic. Get it? Bacon double cheese deers and a pint to the first person to get it.

10 Comments:

Blogger Maine said...

I have no idea on the profile pic. None. I'm practically an idiot here. Does it have anything to do with the awesome deliciousness of burgers?

By the way, yeah, men, by and large are complete assholes. We have exceptions, but we're definitely assholes. On the bright side, at least we're consistent and predictable.

12/09/2005 1:06 PM  
Blogger Impulsivecompulsive said...

Hint: you'll definately get it by the time your daughter's three.

12/09/2005 2:21 PM  
Blogger PornStar said...

Those damn telus bunnies are cute...just want to jump through the tv and cuddle them. CSI was depressing...felt so sorry for the woman...as you say..know it's tv but still has some reality base to it.

12/09/2005 3:44 PM  
Blogger Boo! said...

Do I still get the prize even if it's only because it's the moral of the story to my life?

12/09/2005 9:06 PM  
Blogger Impulsivecompulsive said...

Maine: Let me rephrase that. You'd better know what that pic is from by the time your daughter's three, otherwise you will have failed her literary education. It's from, without a doubt, the best children's book ever written.
Porny: I don't get those bunnies. How the heck did they get bunnies that cute? I've never seen a bunny that cute before.
Erica: You haven't officially posted the answer yet...get on it!

12/09/2005 10:03 PM  
Blogger shadow of a doubt said...

If you are part of the problem you are part of the solution-

Who are you? - the definition of you is is someone who has the ability to realize your ambitions. ie. people with rights. People who really care and know. most important is knowing.

The problem - allowing institutions to prevail that marginalize people. break it down. there are those who care and those who don't.. You don't care about your fellow man, your part of the problem.

The solution - shed a tear, join a party,vote, vote, vote, don't have a dime, give a smile. organize- there is strength in numbers. giant costco trips. with the savings - lets send Samuel in Rwanda some food. Lets just give it all you got. And if all you got is your beautiful struggle, than that's not the problem.
Don't ignore, there are many great things happening to make it a more caring place.

12/10/2005 1:48 AM  
Blogger Boo! said...

"And they didn't get married after all."

12/10/2005 10:09 PM  
Blogger Impulsivecompulsive said...

Shadow: Agreed, persay. I have no intentions of ignoring, you know that. Still doesn't mean that giving up my hopes and dreams so that I may potentially be able to feed my own daughter at some point in my life is a bad thing though. But if what your getting at is that my changing of professions does not constitute giving up, then that works.
Erica: You're killing people here, I'm sure you are. So I'll just name that source for you, and assume you've won by technical knockout. The Paper Bag Princess, by Robert Munch.

12/10/2005 10:55 PM  
Blogger Impulsivecompulsive said...

Oh, and way to give away the ending, Erica.

12/10/2005 10:56 PM  
Blogger Boo! said...

Hey! I wanted to drag it out. Now gimme my pint!

12/10/2005 11:20 PM  

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