Monday, September 26, 2005

Oberlin + Adam = ?

Finished "Absolute Beginners" started "Drugstore Cowboy." Wrote and article on Slumber Party Massacre 2 "with" Drew. It's funny how one second you can be so involved with someone and the next you're nothing more than passing acquaintences. More waiting, but I really shouldn't expect anyting. If only people could just know what they felt and come out and stick with it. Though I suppose that wouldn't really change the result in the end. I hate being single.

= Adam

Saturday, September 24, 2005

See Previous

Well I'm glad that previous situation worked itself out and everyone is happy. Oh wait, hahaha, no, no it didn't and no they aren't. Man emotional maturity is the best.

= Adam


" 'WHAT'S THE PRICE?' the classic Thunderbird theme song, a rollicking, country tinged number, famously asked. The answer: 'Thirty twice.' Its has been almost a half a century since Ernest Gallo, paterfamilias of the legendary E.&J. Gallo Wine company, introduced this sickly sweet fortified wine, and it's still a bargain. Nowadays, 750ml of Thunderbird, the size of a standard bottle of wine, sells for under five dollars."

A celebration of our favorite wino wine

= Adam

I can't read minds.

Tonight was pretty shitty. I spend a vast majority being ignored by people who certainly weren't ignoring me two days ago. Yet as far as I can tell there would be no reason for this change in situation. Why can't people just say what they feel as opposed to leaving me to wonder what the hell is going on?

= Adam

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Thursday, September 08, 2005

Odds on the OC

While Seth is away in prison, Summer uses Captain Oats as a dildo—3,500/1


- Adam

Wednesday, September 07, 2005

Project Censored

"JUST FOUR DAYS before the 2004 presidential election, a prestigious British medical journal published the results of a rigorous study by Dr. Les Roberts, a widely respected researcher. Roberts concluded that close to 100,000 people had died in the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Most were noncombatant civilians. Many were children.

But that news didn't make the front pages of the major newspapers. It wasn't on the network news. So most voters knew little or nothing about the brutal civilian impact of President George W. Bush's war when they went to the polls.

That's just one of the big stories the mainstream news media ignored, blacked out, or underreported over the past year, according to Project Censored, a media watchdog group based at California's Sonoma State University."

SFBG on Project Censored 2006

- Adam