Friday, December 30, 2005

Video Rental Movie Review

Finally rented and saw War of the Worlds for the first time.
War of the Worlds basically rips off a Star Trek Voyager alien. Remember
species 8472????
Both have three legs of some sort. Nothing

like having a leg growing out of your ass right??
Both slink around like a creature that's half cat and half reptile.
Both are tripods and their heads are very very similar.
(They look like my bicycle seat) Not original guys!!!

Species 8472 - Star Trek Voyager (Fourth and Fifth seasons)

The flick was great. Just like Independence Day and Signs.
It didn't freak me out as much as Fire in the Sky though.
That movie made me wanna crap myself. LOL
That was a real story and maybe that's why, I was so creeped
I give this one an A -
Best scenes are the ones in the beginning where they just start
vaporizing everyone on the spot and then the hide and seek
scene with Tim Robbins. Speaking of which, I was glad to see
his ass get kicked by Tom cat. LOL I woulda done the same thing
to shut his pie hole.

Friday, December 23, 2005


I Love it. Poetic justice! Osama's niece half nekked. LOL LOL
Wish I could see the look on his face when one of his homeys
show him this copy of GQ. LOL LOL

Monday, December 19, 2005


i Boxer

You've waited this long and it's finally arrived in time for Christmas. The i-Boxer! Yes for your I-pod, mobile phone, remote control, or Pop Tarts! LOL Get yours today. I'm waiting for the ladies panty version. For now I'll have to keep the iPod in my bra. LOL

Sunday, December 18, 2005

Don Omar

If you like reggaton but don't know where to begin in finding a cd you know you'll like check out Don Omar. This guy is the shiznit of the Reggaton nation. Your toes will be tapping and you'll be dancing around your house guaranted. You will think you're in Puerto Rico or Cuba.
I just started liking this music and didn't know where to begin in finding cd's. So I checked out online radio stations on Live 365 and tuned in to reggaton channels and this guy is the best of the best. There are others but this is a great buy.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

There's Hope for ME-OW

Photo Gallery
Valerie Bertinelli, left, is seen with husband Eddie Van Halen in the Westwood section of Los Angeles, in this July 17, 2001 file photo. Bertinelli and her rock star husband are divorcing after 24 years of marriage, Bertinelli's publicist confirmed on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2005. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian, File

Friday, December 02, 2005


Emily the cat flies business class back home
PARIS (AP) ? Emily the cat is heading home, in style.
The wayward tabby from Wisconsin who disappeared two months ago and wound up traveling across the Atlantic to France boarded a Continental Airlines flight Thursday ? in business class.
Travel conditions leaving Europe promised to be a bit more comfortable for Emily, who arrived as a stowaway in a cargo container after straying from home in Appleton, Wis.
"I don't think she'll drink champagne but I think she will be happy to rest," said Continental spokesman Philippe Fleury, at Charles de Gaulle airport to see Emily off. The airline offered to fly the cat home from Paris after her tale spread around the world and she cleared a one-month quarantine.
"This was such a marvelous story, that we wanted to add something to it," Fleury told AP Television News. A full-fare ticket for Emily's seat would normally cost about $6,000 and the airline provided a company escort for the cat.
Emily vanished from her home in late September. She apparently wandered into a nearby paper company's distribution center and crawled into a container of paper bales.
The container went by truck to Chicago and by ship to Belgium before the cat was found Oct. 24 at Raflatac, a laminating company in Nancy, France. Emily, who turned 1 year old that very day, was thin and thirsty but still alive.
Workers at Raflatac used her tags to phone her veterinarian in Wisconsin, and the vet called her owners.
Emily faced one last packed day of travel before her homecoming. She was due to arrive in Newark, N.J., later Thursday, board a connecting flight to Chicago, and then be driven home to Wisconsin, Fleury said.
Emily's escort, Newark-based Continental employee George Chiladze, said he was thrilled to be taking Emily back across the Atlantic.
"I will make somebody really happy to deliver this poor traveler back home," he said.


Russian squirrel pack 'kills dog'
Black squirrel (archive)
Local people suggest hunger is driving squirrels to extremes

Squirrels have bitten to death a stray dog which was barking at them in a Russian park, local media report. Passers-by were too late to stop the attack by the black squirrels in a village in the far east, which reportedly lasted about a minute.
They are said to have scampered off at the sight of humans, some carrying pieces of flesh.
A pine cone shortage may have led the squirrels to seek other food sources, although scientists are sceptical.
The attack was reported in parkland in the centre of Lazo, a village in the Maritime Territory, and was witnessed by three local people.
A "big" stray dog was nosing about the trees and barking at squirrels hiding in branches overhead when a number of them suddenly descended and attacked, reports say.
"They literally gutted the dog," local journalist Anastasia Trubitsina told Komsomolskaya Pravda newspaper.
"When they saw the men, they scattered in different directions, taking pieces of their kill away with them."
Mikhail Tiyunov, a scientist in the region, said it was the first he had ever heard of such an attack.
While squirrels without sources of protein might attack birds' nests, he said, the idea of them chewing a dog to death was "absurd".
"If it really happened, things must be pretty bad in our forests," he added.
Komosmolskaya Pravda notes that in a previous incident this autumn chipmunks terrorised cats in a part of the territory.
A Lazo man who called himself only Mikhalich said there had been "no pine cones at all" in the local forests this year.
"The little beasts are agitated because they have nothing to eat," he added.