Thursday, March 12, 2009

Pivotal If Not Just Awesome

Not to gloat, but I have a sweet arsenal of kick ass friends. Thank you Facebook. It is just a sheer treat to not only see these faces again, but to also understand how much they mean to me every day of my life without being in contact with them. Today alone brought a friend back into my life since losing touch 15 yrs ago. Along with the friend confirmation, I sent her a personal note expressing to her that now I was back in contact with two people that I have peed my pants with more than once. This story must be shared. Picture two 12 year old girls coming home after drama class laughing it up (I wish to the universe wtf we were laughing about) and we get almost to the front door of my house, but neither of us can make it as we are laughing so hard and now had to pee. We were both leaned up against my Mom's Mercury Stationwagon, she at the driver's door and I was near the front, with our legs crossed so tightly because we were still laughing and pee keeps creeping out which makes us laugh even harder and so on and so forth. It makes me laugh now and I have to go just thinking about it. If there was anything I miss more in my life right now is that intense laughter. I used to LMAO all the fn time when I was a kid and now I have to almost force the intense hilarity that my friends and I imagined and talked about openly. Laugh people. Right now we need laughter and it guarantees length to your life if done regularly and often. I won't mush out right here after reminiscing about peeing my pants on a regular basis and because we made a radio station up called Z10-FART. Two 12 yr old girls- Farty and Fartette. We had such a good time. Give it up!!! Whoop whoop!

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

In Response to the Previous Post and Such

Thank you Blogger, for allowing me to yell at people instead of shooting them.

Fuck You Citibank

Given the current state of everything, I, being a retard, thought I did the right thing by closing my account last April (2008) because the terms were changing. Given the option to opt out of the new terms of the first "bailout" increase in APR, I took it and was advised my APR would not change. And Fuck YOU Citibank again. Now because I am a dumb, clearly retarded individual, my monthly minimum payment is greater now than when I closed the account almost a year ago. What is fucking wrong with this fucking scenario? Oh, right, it's because I'm a poor, fucked, retard. Thanks and keep fucking peeps Citibank! Way to go DOUCHEBAGS of the Century!!!

Wednesday, March 04, 2009


Tonight my friend Laurie (who is a Big Deal) and I enjoyed RAIN-A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES at the Auditorium Theatre. Tons of fun. I was excited, but so not sure what to expect. I only cried once, though, and it was when (the guy playing) Paul sang "Yesterday". That song has always been a strong emotional trigger for me because I think of my Godmother, Joan Hess who died of lung cancer in 1989. She was a delightful woman. "Paul" was the best sounding like the Beatle, but John was a little off and that was a little painful as he is my favorite of the Fab Four. "George" kicked some serious ass on the gueeetaaar. Harrison himself would have been proud of the shreddin' this guy did for the songs he was allowed to shred like "My Guitar Gently Weeps". That rocked. It was so fun to sit in a packed house with a mixture of people that have seen the real thing, would have loved to see them again, and people that could only dream to have seen them, so they go see a really good cover band at one of the best houses in Chicago. Musically it was great. The Auditorium rarely disappoints with its acoustics, specifically, but the guys themselves did a good job playing it the way you hear it on the album and yet remain artists in their own right while paying homage to the greatest band ever. Thanks RAIN!!!!