Friday, 30 April 2010


A.k.a Brandy.

A.k.a Cinderella.

She does some Rapping on Timbaland's Shock Value II. She joins Jojo, Miley Cyrus, and Chad Kreuger for a much more Poppy, upbeat album. This one has lyrics such as
"I got a brand new hair do, goes with my brand new attitude."
"The way you love me, i think i'm loosing control."

Which are a bit shit to be honest.
But when compared to Shock Value I's lyrics:

"If you still want to hang with me, put the rope around your neck and choke"
"You're all going to die down here. Get the fuck out."

the new ones make for a much happier album, really.

Ping Pong

Dim Sum
This is Max, eating his fair share.

Puu Ding
That's a 'Blueberry-Cheesecake-Martini. A cake. But alcohol.
And those spring rolls have chocolate and banana inside.

Sunday, 25 April 2010

The Dog Days

will be numerous this summer.

Friday, 23 April 2010


Here is my lovely grandmother, along with the lovely Cher. They were born one year apart.

Vote Tory

One reason you should do this, is because, unlike Labour, they don't give people AIDS:

Serial Killer Tactics

I just read this. We should all read it, because, you can never have too many serial-killer-cautious people:

Know what money you are carrying. You will see why as you read.

This was the first I have heard of a scheme like this..... I wanted to pass it along. Be safe! Something very serious to pay attention to. Criminals are coming up with craftier, less threatening methods of attack.

I live in Alexandria , VA , but I often work in Lafayette , LA, staying with friends when I'm there. As you know from
America 's Most Wanted TV program, as well as the news media, there is a serial killer in the Lafayette area. I just want to let you know about an 'incident' that happened to me a few weeks ago, and could have been deadly.

It was approximately 5:15 a.m. In Opelousas , La. I had stayed with a friend there and was on my way to work.

I stopped at the Exxon/Blimpie Pie station to get gas. I got $10 gas and a Diet Coke. I took into the store two $5 bills and one $1 bill (just enough to get my stuff). As I pulled away from the store, a man approached my truck from the back side of the store (an unlit area). He was an 'approachable-looking' man (clean cut, clean shaven, dressed well, etc..). He walked up to my window and knocked. Since I'm very paranoid and 'always looking for the rapist or killer,' I didn't open the window.

I just asked what he wanted. He raised a $5 bill to my window and said, 'You dropped this.' Since I knew I had gone into the store with a certain amount of money, I knew I didn't drop it.

When I told him it wasn't mine, he began hitting the window and door, screaming at me to open my door, and insisting that I had dropped the money! At that point, I just drove away as fast as I could..

After talking to the Internal Affairs Department and describing the man I saw, and the way he escalated from calm and polite to angry and was determined that I could have possibly encountered the serial killer myself.

Up to this point, it had been unclear as to how he had gained access to his victims, since there has been no evidence of forced entry into victim's homes, cars, etc. And the fact that he has been attacking in the daytime, when women are less likely to have their guard up, means he is pretty BOLD.

So think about it....what gesture is nicer than returning money to someone that dropped it???

How many times would you have opened your window (or door) to get your money and say thank you.... Because if the person is kind enough to return something to you, then he can't really be a threat....can he????

Please be cautious! This might not have been the serial killer....But anyone who gets that angry over someone not accepting money from them can't have honorable intentions. The most important thing to note is that his reaction was NOT WHAT I EXPECTED! A total surprise! But what might have happened if I had opened my door? I shudder to think!

Saturday, 17 April 2010

An impromptu Tale

At some point in my life, I found myself on an Island named Tanna, with a girl named Heidi. Tanna is most well known for its inhabitants whom have an apparent belief that Prince Philip is God. Heidi is most well known for growing up on a farm in Australia. Anyway.
Here is Heidi, and some of the Tannese:

Now I don't think i'm the best person with words, which is why i wanted to make this a picture story. But then again, i'm not very good at taking photos of Sonic Booms. So perhaps this story would be somewhat lacking either way.
Basically, we saw a Volcano in the distance, we drove to this Volcano, we set up camp, we climbed the Volcano, we stood on the rim and were several times erupted over, which was something we couldn't take pictures of because we were literally running for our lives. When we did take pictures though, they tended to miss the pinacle of the eruption. The trouble with light is that it's faster than sound. So we would see the Sonic boom leave the Crater (ideal photo opportunity), and then attempt to take a photo as said Boom took our breath away, rattled our ear drums and jellied our legs.
We climbed back down a bit late and were engulfed by darkness, and then by a cloud of Sulpher.
Three hours Later, we decided to return, through the Sulphur cloud, in the dark, back up Mount Yasur (quite unwise). And we stayed for the sunrise. This bit was quite scary because in the morning the crater was very steamy, so while we could hear the eruptions, we had only the wind direction to rely on to know whether we were safe from the Lava and ash.
I'm glad we took this unsafe risk because it was one of the most extraordinarily beautiful moments in my life. We snapped some pictures of the surrounding Island, then inconveniently dropped our crocs down the ashy slope of the volcano. So we had no choice but to slip, slide, run and roll down the ash plains. Hard times.

This is that same story in Pictures. There's a great deal of them, but a lot of them are beautiful, if you click and make them bigger:

This picture is quite important. We returned from our mornings adventure to an empty tent and equally empty wallets. We shared a single Oreo, which is all we had to eat that day. Sad.

Quoted Wisdom III

"Go quietly amidst the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence."

Friday, 16 April 2010

Quoted Wisdom 2

"You can make your world good. FInd the people that make you feel good. Make your world good, and everything else - fight it with the happiness that you've made."

Sunday, 4 April 2010

Quoted Wisdom I

"I want people to free themselves. I want people to be proud of who they are and to celebrate all the things that they don't like about themselves. Because i know how they feel."

Saturday, 3 April 2010

Easter Interim

I think that I speak for everyone under the age of thirty when i say that Easter Week is really wierd. We all go home to visit our parents. We lived here for 18 years, somehow managing to amuse ourselves. Yet the 4 days of this weekend are a real test. We find our Cats having more fun than us:

But the Easter Sunday comes, and we steal all the eggs off our cats and go back to wherever our parents house is not. And then in a few weeks we have exams. This weekend is like the calm before the storm. The calm before the Summer.

This interim weekend, i've sat and thought, and decided upon some things i shall do over the summer.

I will read this:

And I will stand in front of Golden Gate Bridge, like her:

Those are the only two things i've actually thought of so far. Thinking is taxing, and Easter should not be a taxing time.

Chat RoulEvil.

He told me to dance or he would kill the chick. I didn't believe him. I told him to give me a thumbs up to prove he was there. He gave me a thumbs up, and then the Snake pounced. It was horrible. I was then reported and banned. Yes I.