Monday, November 22, 2004
Thursday, November 11, 2004
Friday, November 5, 2004
Wednesday, November 3, 2004
Sunday, October 31, 2004
Saturday, October 30, 2004
Well I think the DMV, me and the County Registrar collectively screwed up to loose my ballot. Since it looks like I'm going to get disenfranchised in 2004, I'm going to tell everyone who I would have voted for-- in an effort to influence the 2 or 3 people who actually visit this site. Feel free to make a difference if you live in the battleground states of: Florida, Ohio, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and New Mexico. L.A. County voters can consider my votes on the propositions, but be warned that you and your cloned stem cell baby may one day hand your car off to the ex-con valet with full medical coverage at Chief Santa Anita's Racetrack and Casino, if you vote my way.
President: John Kerry
US Senator: Barbara Boxer
>On 2004-11-02,12:44:13 Blaise wrote:
>>Holy crap my ballot came! On the last day possible. I guess I get to vote after all.
>On 2004-11-03,11:04:31 Blaise wrote:
>>So He're is how I did. Mostly I lost. President: Lost Senator: Won 1A: lost 59: won 60: lost 60A: won 61: lost 62: won 63: lost 64: won 65: lost 66: lost 67: won 68: lost 69: lost 70: lost 71: lost 72: lost A: won
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
Friday, October 22, 2004
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Tuesday, October 12, 2004
Sunday, October 10, 2004
Sunday, September 12, 2004
Saturday, September 4, 2004
I likes my womens with porcelain white skin. Face shields= - its like burkas for infidels. Whats good about these is it works for all = women. Hotties keep it up and overtly advertise their high maintainance req= uirements, and for others, well, you keep it down.
Thursday, September 2, 2004
Thursday, August 26, 2004
Ray found this from yahoo
Korean-American comedian Margaret Cho, seen in this undated photo, is kicking off her 'State of Emergency World Tour' at Harlem's Apollo Theater in New York on Saturday night, Aug. 28, 2004. Cho's performance will be one of many exhibitions and performances held during the Republican National Convention as part of the Imagine Festival of Arts, Issues and Ideas. (AP Photo/IMAGINE Arts Festival)
Holy Korean Cow.
>On 2004-08-30,03:33:48 geezer wrote:
>>wow, this is cool. what happened to the Korean Cow?
>On 2004-09-02,23:54:24 Blaise wrote:
>>Hey Sean. It lost a whole other cow.
Wednesday, August 25, 2004
"Don't stick anything but your elbow in your ear." God I should have listened to that, I stuck this in my ear, wasn't paying attention and accidentally stabbed something. Bleeding ensues, and I don't mean a drip or a drop. Blood was running down my ear and getting all over the place.
Shockingly I failed my driver evaluation test. I didn't think you could fail for something you volunteer for, but it looks like UCLA Parking and Commuter Services has proven me wrong in that assumption. The "Driver Evaluation Consultant" scored me a 77, you need 80 for a passing score. Anyway he faulted me for not looking both ways, (lie, I ride my bike everyday, my life depends on looking both ways) and he complained about how much or how little I accelerated. Well I did have trouble backing the van into a parking spot, but it only took a few tries to get right. Well I thought I did okay for never having driven soemthing that big before but I guess the evaluator thought otherwise. Bottom line, he didn't feel at ease with me driving. I think he thought I was too young and too white collar.
But the most shocking part is I'm not allowed to retake the test for six month! I think what happened was someone who was less expensive to insure volunteered, so they're going to expedite his process. Incidently in 6 months I will be cheaper to insure. Man no wonder the other riders were so reluctant to volunteer for this jerk around.