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Jo-Jo the Indian circus boy

Sep. 13th, 2005

10:38 pm - i see things


Sep. 4th, 2005

01:53 pm - totally rad...

You are GUTS. You love to be "xtreme"
and you love peril. You probably enjoy a good
sip of Gatorade now and then, too.

Which old school Nickelodeon show are you?
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Sep. 1st, 2005

08:29 pm - str8 from the tube --- word up

thanks to television i know im not fully clean unless im zest-fully clean

08:52 am

I couldnt go to class today because there's no gas. And my uh, bike runs on.... yeah... so even though its still pedal power there's no gas... and ummmm ok im skipping class, happy?

Aug. 28th, 2005

12:54 am - those poor, poor people in 'Nawlins

It's rainin' up yonder. I reckon we gonna get wet...

Aug. 16th, 2005

12:48 pm

shave your face with some mace in the dark

Aug. 11th, 2005

11:10 pm - ugh....

A brutal climb through dense brush to an altitude of 2,538 ft. and nothing but an obscured view of the surrounding mountains. What a let-down. I really thought Crow Mt. was going to present some pretty cool picture opportunities, but that's just one more mountain checked off the list. My best bet is to climb mountains no less than 3,000 ft. in the future in order to take some decent aerial photos. All I snapped today was an RC Cola can from probably late 70's, dense forest, steep overlooks, and my little camp site which consisted of nothing more than the hammock I was chillin in at the time. Needless to say, I packed up and headed back south around 2:30 because my toe hurt and the 1 mile northwest down steep slopes with water running low didnt seem like fun. I brought my purifier, but with my toe beat up it would have been for nothing since I had water in my truck.

Anyways, now for the injury report:
Right big toe is bloody and it hurts to walk.
Mosquitos bigger than dragonflies made golf ball sized bites on my neck.
Two support hooks from my ammo belt managed to dig into my skin leaving red welts on my back.
Braces still make everything else hurt more than it needs to.
There was a blister on my heel or something but I just dont care right now.

I feel so blessed that I didn't have to use the bear spray. I saw some claw marks and that got me into primate survival mode really quick. I think fear is the best weapon people have. Being out in the wilderness all alone with no sound but wind blowing through the trees can get to you. But when you hear something that shouldnt be there, it's f'ing real. I felt ready to go two or three times but I'm glad it didnt come to that.

Better luck next time

Aug. 9th, 2005

11:39 pm - Obituary Headlines: "Jimminy cricket goes splat on my windshield"

This time last year I was recovering from having wisdom teeth out. (They weren't providing any wisdom). Anyways, I'm now recovering from having braces put on my upper teeth. I am now officially 17 years old; or at least I look like it. Hey, wanna go to prom with me? No? It's my stupid braces isn't it? Well, thats ok I guess....

I'm going back to my apartment tomorrow afternoon. It will feel good to get back to the ole hole as I like to call it. Hopefully, the little marching ants will not be there to greet me because I washed all my dishes and threw away all food or put it in the fridge.

my teeth hurt

what's up with that?

might as well be, "ooowwww, my hair hurts" or "crap, my toenail clippings are really sensitive right now" and maybe even "..." that's really gross... i wont type it.

yeah yeah so anyways....... . .. . ..... . . .. besides having a headache i feel chirpy!
giddy almost, but not in a feminine way, riiiiiiight. me need to go sleepy now.

....hey, Alasse! ....made ya look

Aug. 8th, 2005

12:35 am - the ramblings of an english merchant

the poetry's gone
there is no more
at summer's end
to you i send
the same as like
twas sent before

i leave this soon
not a moment more...


one by one
they march by file
while me not know
all the while

on the stove
in the sink
coming out
for a drink

three-legged twerps
all in line
more and more
as clock ticks time

you eat my bread
peanut butter done
breakfast ceral gone
as was honey bun

but ive got can
hairspray divine
lighter in hand
your ass is mine

spray spray
burn in hell
you cook so softly
you crunch so well

thy chemical trail
once leadith to feast
but you're no match
for human beast

cause what ye not know
is what i never tell
beware the flammable spray
lest you be cooked well


Aug. 5th, 2005

08:27 pm - Things that dont set well with me

I've seen on the news lately how forgetful most Americans are. Tomorrow will mark the anniversary when the United States dropped an atomic can of whoop-ass over Hiroshima. Those dumbasses had the balls to not surrender so we dropped another over Nagasaki three days later. Needless to say, all any man has are two balls and that's all it took.

But that's not all it took.....

Try hunderds of thousands of lives on both sides and kids growing up never knowing their parents. And to top it off, Japaneese today as well as an alarming bunch of Americans think that dropping the A-bomb was a bad idea.

Here are my reasons why the bombs were necessary:
Pearl Harbor
Iowa Jima
Guadal Canal
Bataan Death March
Japaneese invasion of Indochina
the list goes on...

but a big one still is that the only real option was an invasion of the mainland which would have cost 10 times as more lives than were lost as result of the A-bombs. This includes ALL subsequent radiation deaths. I also know that my grandfather was on the first wave of that proposed invasion.

As far as I'm concerned, Pearl Harbor and the Bataan Death March are what really set me off. We only dopped two nasty bombs, but if I was President, Japan would be the 51st star on our flag today. I forgive the days gone by, but let us never forget the times we were sucker punched. I'm not going to forget the Japaneese, and I'm sure as hell not going to forget the Twin Towers, Iraq, and whoever else wants to bring us down.

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