24-11-2004 - 00:13
i wonder. if superman was real...would he have jurisdictional issues with the department of homeland security and such?
i visited my grandparents today. fished out more x-mas stuff from their splinter/nail filled attic. my grandmother was also telling me stories of when she was little. about running around in the mountains near their house. swimming and eatting watermelons sans clothing so that her mother wouldn't know. told me about how her father used to go up in the mountains and catch koy that they'd sell. she told me about how they never used money there. everything was bartered. it's interesting hearing these stories.
people have been tracking me down in friendster a lot lately. who knew that people would motivated enough by my lame profile to want to hang out.
oh. and here's some excerpts from an email from someone i know:
"Oh yeah, I'm not trying to impress you with my technology skills. I'm trying to impress you by trying if that makes any sense."
where did all of that come from? this is from a guy at my work place that stacie and i tease. (he started it.) our conversation has consisted so far of movies, television, cars/trucks, his brother (who is a valet), stupid things he's done, pie, and vending food. oh...and his lack of computer using skill. example: requiring help to send an email. so, i think that that is his weird way of hitting on me.
i'm still a bit annoyed that every other week i'm going to miss full metal alchemist and ghost in the shell. they play it on saturday night, and then repeat it on thursday. every other week, i miss it. and even recording on slow play, i'd run out of tape before the show was on if i started it before leaving for work.
well, that's it for now. wait. one more thing...included in the things i hate with the personalized license plates, bad drivers, and sponge bob is being repeatedly called cute. cute only works from old people, girls, guys who are gay, and europeans. oh well...