"I'm spinning round the room in awe" ryan adams

Saturday, August 02, 2003

AUGH! I have a few things that bother me. One is too much sameness, not enough randomness. As I am watching the Rock Countdown on MTV 2 while checking my email, I have noticed that the number five through three videos ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL start on the same shot. three different bands, three different directors, all the same shot. I am an MTV2 junkie, constantly watching music videos, even if its on mute just to watch and gather technique and ideas. Ew, Staind is number two. Props to them for difference. I still don't like them though. Mute.

Other things that bother me, in no particular order:
1) loud girls (though when I get loud and obnoxious its ok...)
2) whininess
3) when the openness on pillowcases face in towards the center of the bed.. ("Laces out!!!)
4) gap commercials
5) jennifer lopez

Monday, July 28, 2003

Never ever ever drink coffee from 7-11 unless you have to. That was the worst thing I consumed today. It even beat the rancid horseradish sauce that has probably been in my fridge for two years that I thought would be a good idea to have on my sandwich. Wrong. Looks like someone needs to go grocery shopping tomorrow. I love my market, its chock full of gay older men smelling produce and comparing the nutrients in the various spelt wheat breads. Very intriguing....

The movie "Loser" is on TV right now. Very satisfying for my insomnia. I love this movie, and it's soundtrack...and I also love Mena Suvari, she's stellar.
I leave you with a quote from the movie to make you enjoy it as much as I do. But not more so.
"I love self-loathing complaint rock you can dance to."

Sunday, July 27, 2003

Don't be a creep.

I must have not looked at my calendar correctly this morning because I missed where it said that today was "Ask Miranda Out Day". My normally icy self is used to blatantly denying the Rainbow creepies, but today was just humorous. After pretty much ignoring this one guy and barely answering all of his questions he had about me, he slips me his business card and says to call him if I ever want to go out to dinner. Which was tactful and ok and I would have just proceeded to toss the card, until his friend just busted out laughing and says "dude, she so won't go out with you." Which made me laugh and then I felt bad. Then there was the guy who wears the belt pack, yes, the same belt pack that was popularized a decade ago...how nifty, it's like a bang and a belt all in one...stylish, well he came in and asked if I would like to go to a movie with him tonight. After I declined, he also informed me that he was about to move out of his mother's house...and into his aunt's house....and he is over forty. And the high schooler who gets his friend to ask what I think of the other guy is always appreciated. So cute.