Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Spam that makes you feel bad

why did you leave last night?

Why did you sign out last night? Just becuz I didnt show you my cam? Geez, why are you so sensitive? Anyway I have recorded a clip for you (*sigh~*)and this is the last time you are gonna watch me nude cuz Im just sick of it! Anywayz Watch me here420

Monday, December 24, 2007

Sickness and Money

We all know how I feel about the average MSN reader but for once I think this might be a decent read.

We all know the power of the mind has a drastic effect on our health. So psych out some sickness.

On the other side of the coin, no one likes working and this article is just a bunch of facts and figures to avoid working. So get a cushy job.

Friday, December 21, 2007

Update: Save the Planet, Ignore Bush

Due to overwhelming support the Climate Summit was able to proceed!


Tequila - Nectar of the Gods
Got bored so I searched the above phrase.
I found some interesting items.
Take a peek.
Tequila in Tucson
Tequila's Sunrise by Brian Keene.

Thursday, December 20, 2007

New Holiday Treats

Twix Pizza and Monster Egg Nog!

Twix Pizza
1 Cheese Pizza
1 Twix
Apply Heat

Monster Egg Nog
Equal Parts Monster Lo-carb and Egg Nog.

STA Travel Internship

I'm applying for a Summer Internship in 2008 to travel the world and record the excursion. My god do I want this. This has to be the opportunity I've been looking for. Anyways here's my sample writing.
Recently I took a cruise to Mexico. It was an 8 night, 7 day excursion along the Western coast of Mexico. We traveled with Carnival Cruise ships on the boat class Spirit. The days at sea were slow but it was a relaxing change from the hustle and bustle of Southern California life. The boat itself was huge, some 11 decks of exploring. The boat was decorated in various styles of different eras and places. Granted the accommodations were nice but the real gem was the days we spent in port. The first stop was Acapulco, a busy crowded city. It was described to me as the place were Mexicans go for vacation. It felt like an older dilapidated San Francisco. A man walked with us around the city all day and asked for very little in return. The second port was Zihuatanejo and Ixtapa. My god what a gorgeous fishing town. It was small and scenic. It was situated in a gorgeous cove. Our tour guide, Mario drove us around and explained to us the history and other facets of the town. He even hinted if we were lucky we could get Armadillo and Iguana fish tacos. He took us into Ixtapa, a resort built by the Mexican government in the 1970s. Every store we went into offered us Tequila. Some of the best Tequila which you could never find in the States was at Casa Tequila. After wandering around "the city that never wears jackets" as Mario called it. With humidity and temperatures in the high 80s, we needed a swim. There was wildlife even were the boats were. Fish, rays, and crabs swum under our feet. We said goodbye to Zihuatanejo and my heart sagged a little. Our last stop before San Diego was Manzillo. Manzillo was just another town, no real tourists or much to show. We saw tortugas (turtles) and crocodrillos (crocodiles) at a farm. If you ever have the chance, drive down Hwy 200 in the wet season. It is absolutely phenomenal. We wandered around the true Mercado (market) of Manzillo as opposed to its tourist-y downtown counterpart. We were able to feed 6 people 4 tacos each and a Coke for 15 USD. I was impressed. With sites like "Pizza Happy" and Monkey's American Style Fried Chicken I was incredibly entertained. We lounged in the sunlight in the town center near a park. We headed back to the boat to say goodbye with not much time to spare. Once back in San Diego, I knew I wanted to go back.

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

Mexican Riveria Slideshow

Really long.
But a good soundtrack.

Save the planet. Ignore Bush.

The Bush administration is trying to block progress at crucial negotiations for the next global climate treaty--the successor to the Kyoto Protocol. This petition sends a message to other countries that Bush's actions don't match Americans' wishes. (The petition just says: "Dear World, please ignore Bush.") Please join me in signing the petition--we need to make sure the world doesn't let Bush block a strong agreement on climate change!

Sign the petition.

When you're in love

You do cute things.

I guess this is one of those things.

MSN is at it again

Sex and Marriage with Robots
I don't consider this far fetched. But really?

Friday, December 7, 2007

Celtic Faire

A little late. But ca va.
See it on youtube.

Thank you MSN

For showing me what your basic audience is.

Starter Husband

No Time For Sex

Somehow I feel entirely justified for disliking the average "American".