Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Vampires in Boston...and other stupid things

Why are kids so stupid these days? Remember back when vampires were confined to the freaky old house down the block? Or the cemetery near your uncles house? Thems were the days. But now, that school we all took that test to try to get into...you know...Latin Academy...it's invested with idiots. Pardon me. I meant to say, vampires. Which is worse? Really. Kids reporting on each other, " Judy... she wears Urban Decay eyeliner in Venom, and she rocks Doc Martens and never goes out when it's sunny. I think she's a vampire." Seriously. If this is the future we are in for some serious disappointment. These kids aren't going to find cures for cancer, aids and MS. Nope. Instead they're going to spend their adulthood picking on each other, making lame shit up about each other and oh, before I forget...hunting vampires. Or atleast selling them out.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

The meaning of the 3 dots in symbology and other things...

I've been watching Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles since its first episode. I like it enough. I mean, what's not to like when you've got kickass female leads in a show about robots and time travel? Plus, SHIRLEY MANSON! Anyways, recently Sarah found herself totally immersed in this mystery about 3 DOTS. I have three dots. On my forearm to be exact. Three equidistant freckle-looking things. They've been there forever. They've been there so long I don't even pay them much mind. But now I find myself looking up the symbology of the 3 dots.

This is how they connect (w/ MSPAINT...gah.)...

This is how they appear on my arm (w/ my blackberry camera)...

I found something about a MOON ILLUSION, and that group of dudes who think they're the ILLUMINATI and like to recruit
idiots from YALE...

I better not be an alien. That would be such a cop out. JK

Strange photo of the day...

I've got giants on the brain.

Andrew Barnes and Paul Taitt @ BOA

I used to be the Queen Mother of sleep paralysis. At first I thought I was
an abductee. Then some years later, I started to delve heavily into old
biblical tales of demons overcoming humans. Now, I can say I have been
free from 'SP' for over seven years.

For those who think this sort of thing is awesome and would like to
experience it for yourselves, please don't take this the wrong way...
but...can I slap you?

You can listen to the streaming audio here.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

March madness

It's that time of year when everyone and their mother has something eloquent (and mostly B.S.,) to say.
On tuesday, the creators of Battlestar Galactica and two of its stars presented at the UN.
Ron Moore and David Eick spoke about how the issues in BSG mirrored the problems we face today.
But it was the passion with which Eddie Olmos spoke against racial divide that really resounded with those in attendance.
Mary McDonnell, infinitely smart and graceful, reminded us all that the leaders decisions were made in desperate times; that being the President doesn't make you exempt from having a conscience.
They spoke about real world problems. Problems no one wants to think about. Because we all like to believe the world is capable of great change.
BSG is a science fiction show. Perhaps one of the last great tv shows ever. It takes its final bow on friday, March 20th, 2009. With it, the many issues regarding war, torture, human rights and equality may fade from the last medium to address these problems. Science ficiton television.
Why didn't they address the UFO/ALIEN agenda? Perhaps it's because BSG is not a show about Aliens. It's a show about humans. About machines striving to be human. If the UN is going to address the ALIEN problem, doesn't it make sense to address the human problem first?