Friday, January 30, 2004

I've been up for days
And I feel like a laboratory rat
Inside a maze
And I reel in the monotony of
Screaming at the moon
In the middle of the day
But as long as I can see it
Then I know I'll be ok
I'll be fine
I'm out of sight
I'm completely out of mind
Completely out of mind

"Out of Mind" from The Cure

In Other Cure News:
Rhino is going to be releasing remastered versions of The Cure's studio albums, starting with "Three Imaginary Boys," "Seventeen Seconds," "Faith" and "Pornography." Tentatively release dates start in April. Each album will be a two disc set with the bonus disc containing demos, remixes, and unreleased material. The first four albums will be what's released first: The Good: Hopefully this means that songs like "World War" and "Carnage Visors" will finally make their way to disc. The Bad: For those of us that own all The Cure's stuff, there's gonna be 12 albums to purchase again.

We all have those films that we like ... those really trashy films that somehow make us smile when we watch 'em ... like "Showgirls" and such. So, I'll admit that I really like "Final Destination 2." Now you may ask what would make a die-hard horror film fan sing the praises of such a questionable movie. Well, quite frankly, it's the gore. Lots and lots of gore ... eye socket impacts, heads poppin' off, slicey-dicey barbed-wire fences, falling plate glass windows, airbag carnage ... it all good! Plus you get that super cool freeway pile-up early on in the film. Yes! Like most modern horror films, "Final Destination 2" doesn't have any real scares (they haven't made a good scary movie since around 1985, with a few exceptions). What you do get is that giddy thrill waiting for the final impact and that oh-so-glorious splatter of blood. Mmmm, mmmm.

Two more performances ... and then ... we have to remember our lines until November! Yes. The Executive Director of the theatre has asked us if we would be willing to take our show to competition at the North Carolina Theatre Conference this coming fall. Of course, we said yes. What this means is if we win at state then we would go to regional competition. If we win at regional then we would go to national competition. Cool, eh? I know the odds are against us winning, winning, winning. But, it sure is nice to think about.

Thursday, January 29, 2004

Been is quite a pissy mood today (even with The Cure Box set having arrived).
I'm gonna make pancakes when I get home.
Pancakes will make things better ... Pancakes with bacon.

So, how kick-ass is The Cure's "Join The Dots: B-Sides & Rarities 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)" Box Set? Pretty damn kick-ass!!! Well, I am a little biased, I guess ... The Cure being my favorite band of all time. For any long time fan, this is a "must have" for your collection. It collects all the B-Sides from the past 23 years and some rarities/re-mixes. Mmmm! There are so many great songs on this set. One of the super cool things about The Cure is that their B-Sides are all on par with (and sometime surpass) cuts from the albums. The booklet that is included is pretty thorough with lots of cool band photos. The only major complaint that I have is the inclusion of the B-Sides from the "Let's Go To Bed"/"The Walk" period. Most of us own either "The Walk" EP or "A Japanese Dream" (or both) and those songs, five in all, are included on both those releases. Plus, there is a really bad re-mix of "Wrong Number" that lasts forever. Ugh. But the good on this set far outweighs these two things. Go. Buy Now!

My Favorite Tunes From the Box:
1) "I'm Cold"
2) "Another Journey By Train"
3) "New Day"
4) "Stop Dead"
5) "A Chain of Flowers"
6) "Icing Sugar" Alternate Mix
7) "To The Sky"
8) "This Twilight Garden"
9) "More Than This"
10) "Maybe Someday" Acoustic Mix

Statement for the Day:
I am a "flash in the pan" in so many different ways.

Wednesday, January 28, 2004

This is Ryan Dunn. You might recognize him from "Jackass." So, three guesses as to why I have posted this picture ... and the first two don't count.

Bacon truly does make things better. Mmmm, pork product.

Sweet! My copy of The Cure's "Dots" Box is on a UPS truck driving through this very town. It will be delivered today!!! Ooops ... I just wet myself.

So ... what do you do with a classic piece of American cinema about the Cold War that has a killer cast and director? Remake it, of course! I really do think this is proof that Hollywood is running out of ideas. This year we get remakes of "Dawn of the Dead," "The Stepford Wives" and "The Manchurian Candidate." Nobody seems to remember how great that remake of "Psycho" was.

Grrrrr. For some reason my new "Go Back Up" link (takes you back to the top and eliminates some scrolling) at the bottom of each page isn't working in Windows Internet Explorer. It works fine in Netscape but not IE. Any suggestions?

Otherwise, the new design looks pretty decent on a crappy PC.

A review of the show I am currently doing can now be seen on the web. The other local paper is supposed to have something about us as well, but that won't be out until later today.

Tuesday, January 27, 2004

Oh, yeah ... I did design this on my super kick-ass Powerbook (and previewed it in Safari), so y'all will have to let me know if there are any major problems with other operating systems (especially crappy Windows) or browsers. Thank you!

So ... here's the new design! Yeah. You're saying, "Hey, Chas. It's not that different from the last one." and you would be right. I liked the basics of my last design. Just wanted to "punch it up a little." Some of the photo pages have not switched over yet, but will soon. Now to bed.

Blah, blah, blah. Gonna try must best to have the new site "design" up and running this at some point evening. Whoo. Please remain calm. I know something new here will be almost too much to handle.


It's interesting that I can't find any real mention in the supposedly "liberal" media about CBS censoring an ad from (to run during the Super Bowl) that criticizes the Bush administrations economic policies.

I love how Blogger's spellchecker suggests "foreskin" as a replacement for "freakin'."

I love movies ... obviously. But I really wouldn't give two cents for the the Oscars any more (or the Golden Globes or any those other "critics" awards either). The nominations were announced this morning and it's the same old shite up for the award. See ... politics just isn't for ... well, politics. It's used for Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and all sorts of other things. Do yourself a favor. Rent some of your favorite films from last year and watch them on February 29th instead of the award ceremony that's boring and last ten freakin' hours. Better yet ... invite a few friends over and have them bring their favorite film to share with eveyone else. It'll be more fun. Trust me.

Monday, January 26, 2004

Damn. It's still a murky-ass mess out there. We have been lucky here in my part of the mountains and haven't gotten any more ice today ... but that fog just doesn't seem to want to go away. Looking out the door, it's like frosted glass over my field of vision. Whaaaaaaa! I want some sun.

In the good news department, my copy of The Cure's "Join The Dots: B-Sides & Rarities 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)" has been shipped!!! That means I should have it in two to three days. Rock on!

Stalking is a very, very fine art. When you actually decide that "special someone" is ready to be stalked, remember that subtlety is the key. Don't be obvious! Your prey can be scared off very easily ... so, you must remember a few key "dos" and "don'ts."

Stalking Dos:
1) Limit calls and e-mails to a maximum of two per week (if that many).
2) Develop a network of information sources that are reliable but not obvious.
    Friends, Relatives, Mutual Acquaintances, Etc.
3) Act as if you could function normally without having them around.
4) Use misdirection and make them think you are interested in someone else.
5) Use "white lies" and "half truths" to cover any suspect behavior.

Stalking Don'ts:
1) Call or e-mail every day.
2) Buy them extravagant presents for birthdays or Christmas.
3) Dress like a slut to try and garner their attention.
4) Say things like "I Love You" and "I Miss You."
5) Ask mutual friends constantly about what that "someone" has been up to.

The weekend was a busy one. We performed Friday and Saturday night and squeaked in a performance yesterday even with all the snow/ice/rain that was coming down. Reaction to the show has been very favorable. So, the plan right now is to hold the show over for performances this coming Friday and Saturday.

The site redesign got worked on a little yesterday. So far it's not a drastic departure from what I have right now (that's a shock, right?). But at least there will some color. Whoo.

Tired and unfocused are the watch words for the day. Bah. I didn't sleep well last night and feel really uneasy for some reason. 9:30 in the morning and I need a nap already. Shit.

Friday, January 23, 2004

Yes. It's official. I am gonna start working on a new site design this weekend and hopefully have it up and running in a week or so. But, don't worry! CGM13 World News will still be dedicated to it's core principles of bad writing, self-deprecation, horror films and porn. Doesn't that just make you all wet with excitement to know that?

It's Friday. The show opens tonight. We had a good sized crowd for the preview/final dress last night. Everyone seemed to like the show, so we'll see what the paying folks think tonight. What I am looking most forward to is that "post opening beer" that will be had afterward. Mmmm, beer!

Thursday, January 22, 2004

Bah. I really do like the design of my site, but I can't help thinking that a new design is in order. You know ... new me, new year, new look and all that shite.

Hee, hee! I now have a copy of the "Saturday Night Fever" soundtrack ... on vinyl!

Ten Things that are on my mind this Thursday Afternoon:
1) Skinny Puppy
2) "Evil"
3) Zombie Carnage
4) My Cock Ring
5) Skinheads
6) Blowjobs
7) Beer
8) Pizza
9) Dirty Laundry
10) A Hike

Random Tidbits for a Thursday Morning:
1) Rewatched "Day of the Dead." I had forgotten how sweet it is.
2) Rehearsal went well last night. Lloyd watched the show and really liked it.
3) Sent in info to hopefully get an audition at Highland Rep for "Into the Woods."
4) I need some new pants.
5) How sexy is Jimbo? Pretty freakin' sexy.

Wednesday, January 21, 2004

Bah. Talking politics is getting boring ... at least for now. It just makes me ill to think about how bad a shape this country is going to be in when Bush gets re-elected. Bye, economic growth. Hello to more job loss. Bye, civil liberties. Hello to right-wing, "Christian" sponsored policies. Bye, environmental concerns. Hello to air/water/land standards controlled by big business interests. Grrrrrrrrr!

Geez. I need to stop. Bad-mouthing Bush to you all is like "preaching to the choir." And no comments from the peanut gallery.

"It could take years before investigators are able to uncover the details of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs under Saddam Hussein, according to the House Intelligence Committee's chairman."

And, you know what? This is gonna be just fine. Our goverment has all the time in the world to find those WMD's 'cause our troops are still gonna to be over there long after I'm dead. Wanna bet on that?

Friends of Bender and Fry can start getting geared up ... "Futurama: Volume Three" drops on March 9th. Yes! Pass the Slurm, please.

"On an issue of such great consequence, the people's voice must be heard," Mr. Bush said. "If judges insist on forcing their arbitrary will upon the people, the only alternative left to the people would be the constitutional process. Our nation must defend the sanctity of marriage."

Well, fuck you Mr. Bush. Fuck you. Civil liberties? Rights for all citizens? Bah. I think you need to look at the statistics on divorce and such in this country. Then you will see just how the "sanctity of marriage" really holds up with all the good, God loving heterosexuals. Go have a beer and snort some more coke, you self-righteous asshole.

Tuesday, January 20, 2004

Girls all say I'm a little fucked.
Mommy, I'm a good boy.
Mommy, I'm a fuckin' savior.
Mommy, I'm alive.
Mommy, can I go out and kill tonight?

The Misfits - Mommy, Can I Go Out and Kill Tonight? [2.3 MB]

Over at CNN Money there's an article about "The State of the Bush Economy." Now see, what I found so interesting about this is the graph they have picturing the Budget deficits over the last 23 years. Boy, that Bill Clinton was a real bastard wasn't he? Just look at how the deficits keeps going down and until there is a surplus for his last few years in office. Disgusting! Thank God, we have the "Warrior" raising those totals back to where they should be.

The man put this in my comments ... so I thought that I would post it so everyone (even you good Republicans ... you know who you are!) can enjoy the fun as well! It's "The 2004 State of the Union Address Drinking Game."

"For the second day in a row, President Bush practiced his State of the Union address Monday, running through the approximately 50-minute address twice in front of his advisers with the help of a TelePrompTer, a senior administration official said."

I guess this was to make sure that he could pronounce all those big words correctly.

Whee! It's only one week until The Cure's "Join The Dots: B-Sides & Rarities
1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)"
hits stores. Ooops ... I just wet myself.

Monday, January 19, 2004

Oh, yeah. I shaved back down to just a goatee for the upcoming show.

Weekend Highlights & Irritations:
Yeah. It was another fun weekend here in the mountains. Sometimes I have so much fun that I just don't know what to do with myself [said with heavy sarcasm]. Friday night the "evil" put in his usual appearance. I drank beer. He drank vodka. You know "evil" is in very bad shape when he starts slurring his words ... which he was doing by midnight. The roomie and I told him he was gonna sleep on the couch 'cause there was no way he was going to drive in the shape he was in. He seemed cool with that. Well, as soon as the roomie was off to bed, "evil" made a beeline for the door. Now, I know that I can be stubborn in certain situations and so can "evil." We argued for an hour about why he should/shouldn't be allowed to leave ... an hour ... at 2:00 in the morning. I finally gave up and let him leave. You may say that I am a dumbass for relenting to him, but what else was there to do? I wonder if he thought that I was going to try and take advantage of him in the state he was in. So, he leaves and I go to bed all depressed ... feeling like my friendship with him means nothing because he wouldn't listen when I have his basic well being in mind. I didn't want him to get arrested and loose his license or kill himself/someone else in a wreck.

What I really need to do is quit giving a rat's ass about him and what he does.

So, the home team is going to the Stupid ... er, Super Bowl for the first time. It might help if I actually gave a rats ass about pro football.

Over at MSNBC there's an article relating to my last post on Friday.
[via Jerwin]

Friday, January 16, 2004

Gonna be a busy weekend in prep for the show that I am in (which opens next Friday). Need to find the sound effects. Need to put up the set. Need to get the lighting focused and levels set. The toughest thing that has to be done for the show is the acquisition of empty beer bottles for use as props in the "bar" scene. I have made the generous offer to take care of those beer bottles tonight with a bunch of Samuel Adams' Boston Ale. It's tough work, but somebody has to do it.

So, from what I have been able to dig up so far, it appears that "Millennium" will be put on the schedule for release after "The X-Files: Season Nine" box drops into stores in the Spring. I guess that Fox wants to take it one Chris Carter show at a time. When actual dates become available you, my loyal CGM13 World News readers, will be first to know!

There's some dvd news that will have Dr. Anton Phibes wetting himself with excitement ... "Millennium Season One will be out this year. Season Two and Three depend upon sales of Season One." I'll post more info as I find it out.

For the Record:
If you're driving and you get behind me and you start to tailgate me (especially if I am doing a little over the speed limit) ... I will slam on my brakes and try to make you wreck. Safe following distance, people! That's what it's all about. And woe be to you if you pull that tailgating shit with me when we're traveling 70+ on the interstate.

Thursday, January 15, 2004

Yep. It's the bowtie that does it. Mmmm, mmmm.

I'm a little slow on the uptake today. It just dawned on me that "Hard Eight" would be a great name for a porno film. You could set it in a prison ... yeah. Nothing like some man-on-man prison time. The tag phrase for the video could be something like "In Prison Every Man Does the 'Hard Eight' To Survive." It could be one of those fetish vids like Titan's "Fallen Angel" series. Lots of beefy, hung guys just goin' wild on each other ... and I mean wild! Yeah. That's the ticket!

It must be that damn bowtie. I think that Mr. Carlson is so hot. And, you know what I'm thinking ... he needs something to loosen up that tight, conservative ass of his. Yes, yes.

Sweetness! Somebody sent me a copy of "Hard Eight," Paul Thomas Anderson's first movie. Wow. I am blown away by the generosity.

Wednesday, January 14, 2004

Humph. Have a headache. Feel tired. Feel cranky. Need things of comfort. Need beer. Need porn. Need blood, death, mayhem. I think that you all had better go and groove while I work my way through it.
Pete Moss featuring Terra Deva - After 2 (Satoshi Tomiie Main Mix) [10 MB]

Maybe I'm dumb 'cause I still don't understand this. Aren't there problems here ... in this country (oh, let's say just about everything that has happened under the Warrior's leadership), on this planet (oh, let's say the rebuilding of that country we attacked for no real good reason) ... that need to be addressed before we head off into space and fuck up the Moon and Mars?

More news is now available about the "Invader Zim" dvd releases. Damn. It's cool that it's coming to video ... but it sucks that we who want the goodies will have to wait until all the regular sets are out to get them all in one box with another disc of extra features. Check out information here. Some of us just need to have more patience. Right!

Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Don't really have a whole lot to say today. Rehearsals are going well. The show is only about a week and a half away and then I will have my nights free again. Free to read, drink, watch horror films. Maybe I should see if Michelle would be up for some horror films on Friday night. Planning a hike for this Saturday if the weather is nice ... PT and the "friend of PT" should be joining me. Blah, blah, blah. Yadda, yadda, yadda.

Monday, January 12, 2004

Poor Doug. Little did he realize that the pleasant cross-country road trip with his family would end with mayhem, death and a potentially barbecued baby. Mmmm, mmmm. Babies make for some good eatin'.

"Fangoria is reporting on some preliminary news on Anchor Bay's upcoming DVD release of a little film called "Dawn of the Dead." The remastered DVD will come out first in early 2004 as a movie-only release. Then, later in the year a 3-5 disc special edition will invade malls all over North America. The original and extended cuts will be included, and Anchor Bay is in the process of securing the rights to distribute Argento's "Zombi" cut as well. Of the announced extras, George A. Romero has said that tons of new interview footage has been shot, and a commentary with producer Richard Rubinstein is already in post-production. Plans for a Romero/Savini commentary (a la "Day of the Dead") are also being thrown around. Should be quite the DVD set...if it ever does get a release date." [via]

Damn. We sure do jump the gun here when reporting the news here at CGM13 World News. But, hey. We get all excited when classic horror films get dvd release dates. Makes us all jumpy and excited! I gotta find out if this information (from late last year) is still valid.

UPDATE: Looks like those of us who want all the goodies are gonna have to wait.

Whoo! It appears that "Join The Dots" is still on track for January 27th.

The re-release of George Romero's "Dawn of the Dead" finally hits dvd on March 9th courtesy of super cool Anchor Bay Entertainment. This movie has been out-of-print for a while on disc. No doubt interest in the upcoming crappy remake helped get this horror classic back out to the masses. Mmmm, mmmm ... zombie carnage!

Whoever said that UPS delivery guys are the hottest are full of shit. FedEx fellas are where it's at. Come back, FedEx Ground Pick-up Man. Come back!!!

I'd be lying if I said that the weekend was full of fun and excitement. Hibernation ... that's the word. Watched three movies on video (two of them new additions to the horror collection). Snuggled up with some pizza and beer. Actually ventured out for a movie at the cinema and Sherry birthday party. Now I am here at work with seven ... count 'em, seven ... banners to do. Cutting vinyl is not fun when you have a bandage on your thumb. Boo hoo.

Friday, January 09, 2004

And they said it was gonna be sunny this afternoon ... been a bleak, cold, snowy day here in the mountains.

Further proof that our "freedom" is alive and well in the United States of George Dubya.

Dear Dr. Anton Phibes,
In response to your recent comment re: The Bush White House and the space program, I suspect that the reason for the sudden need to go to Mars is that there must be some need for a Martian regime change. We can't have those pesky Martians suddenly coming to attack Earth. I am sure that "Warrior" Bush has seen "Mars Attacks" and is worried about that possibility. A preemptive strike will show those aliens that the unilateral stance of the United States can even be felt in the deep reaches of space. I feel confident that our fearless "commander-in-chief" will lead us to victory on Mars just like he has in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Chas. of CGM13 World News

Damn. Rumor has it that The Cure's "Join The Dots: B-sides & Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)" Box Set is gonna be delayed until February 10th ... two weeks after the originally scheduled date. Grrr. I hate delays.

Movie Wishlist:
You know ... I really need to quit being a homebody and get out and see "21 Grams" this weekend.

Jeez. One of the joys of small town living is that it takes a while for certain movies to open. "Monster" didn't open anywhere near here today. I'm bummed about that.

Still have not seen "Cold Mountain" yet. I dunno. I loved the book so much that I don't think I can objective about any changes that they have made. Silly, isn't it?

Thursday, January 08, 2004

Argh. Still not "feeling up to snuff." Time for drugs and a nap before rehearsal. Whoo.

"Bush administration officials likely pushed U.S. intelligence assessors to conform with its view the country posed an impending danger, said one of the authors of the study."

Oh, my God! This is such a shock. I am so surprised that the White House would lie about the danger that Iraq posed to us. [Said with very heavy sarcasm ...]

Blah. Starting to feel headache-y and tired. I hope I am not coming down with something. Or maybe I just stayed up too late last night. I am at the bosses' house (big screen tv, hot tub, etc.) for the next few days. So, "evil" put in an appearance after rehearsal. Two fellas sitting around late in the night, drinking beer, watching "The Powerpuff Girls Movie." Damn. How gay is that?

It is good to know that the "God-ordained building block of the family and bedrock of a civil society" is alive, well and (currently) safe from us "evil homos" who want to bring down society. Damn. Tyler's post certainly rocks.

Ok. So I decided to save my money and not buy the porn. There are thing that need to be done with that cash other than some semi-cheap thrills. Plus the arrival of some magazines that I won off eBay's best seller helped curb my porno need yesterday.

And BJ is right ... tattooed gym-bunnies ... that really is all gay porn is now-a-days. Kinda sad really. If you ever get a chance you really need to watch some 70's porn. So many good things to say ... it's on film, the fellas actually look normal (not muscled all to hell), interesting plot and scene structures. Mmmm, mmmm. 70's porno goodness. Now, I am by no mean an expert on the subject. You should visit the man for more information 'cause he has a ton of it.

Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Ah ... to buy porn or not to buy porn. That is the question.

And for you goth nerds out there ... it's time! Time to pre-order your copy of The Cure's "Join The Dots: B-sides & Rarities, 1978-2001 (The Fiction Years)." Yes, yes, yes!!! Four super-sweet discs of rarities and b-side goodness. It's out on January 27th. Bob, you are my hero!

Eeeep! There's a request from the RIAA in my Referrer Report from yesterday. I wonder if this means I'm gonna get popped by The Gestapo for sharing some music with my loyal readers.

Tuesday, January 06, 2004

And for those of you who don't give a rat's ass about naked men ... there is new info up about the "Invader Zim" DVD releases that will be coming from Media Blasters. It looks like the information listed is for the first of the two discs that are gonna be released. Damn, I can't wait. In the meantime we all just need to sing "The Doom Song" to pass the time. Yeah!

Ok. I'll admit it. There are days when I am a real "Freshmen" kinda guy. Who wouldn't want a hot, young fella like Chase McKenzie to slurp around on for one night ... or maybe two. Oh so many places to bury your face. Mmmm, mmmm.

In other news ...
After enjoying 60 degree temps this past weekend, it's gotten really freakin' cold out.

Whee! I am becoming quite the internet slut ... well, sort of. Too bad most of these "beggin' fellas" live of the west coast.

Monday, January 05, 2004

Argh ... craziness! The boss did something over the weekend that kinked the router/DSL up. So, I have spent most of the day jumping through the hoops that Windows makes you jump through when you want internet and have three computers networked. If Windows was at all like Mac's Operating System there would be a ton of tech support people out of work.

The "evil" put in his usual Friday night appearance at my place. We drank, watched movies, stayed up way too late. I came to the conclusion that what he really needed was my tongue in his mouth (and certain other areas). We all know that is what he really, really needs.

Saturday was quite spectacular for the first weekend of January. PT, a friend of PT and I went out for a hike in the woods. We took the "Road to Nowhere" out to Forney Creek. We didn't see another living soul along the way but did hear some rather large animal crashed through the underbrush very near us. I hope that the "Friend of PT" hangs out with us more. Pretty nice fella ... and cute too.

Sunday was a lazy day. Slept, ate, washed clothes. 'Nuff said.

Plus, I got some takers on my little offer on Friday. Hope that you fellas received your "stuff." I know that one did.

New blogs have been listed over on the Weblog Page. So get busy readin' and spreadin' the love.

Friday, January 02, 2004

What a day. While I go and take care of some ... er, business ... you all can jump back about 20 years. Jesus. Andrew Eldritch's voice is such a turn on ... so fucking hot.
The Sisters of Mercy - Anaconda [3.75 MB]

Mmmm, mmmm. Happiness is a warm cock ring.

Hmmm ... gettin' requests to model the product pictured below. Hmmm. Crazy thing is that I am actually entertaining the idea. So maybe if'n you want to write, and tell me just why you deserve such a photo of yours truly ... you know, really beg for it ... I might just send you one. Having a horny ... er, happy Friday on this end. How 'bout you?

Damn, damn, damn. So. Freakin'. Horny.

Yeah. Like you all really wanted to know that. Right?

The weather here in the mountains tomorrow is supposed to be mostly sunny with a high in the mid-60's. Sweet! PT has already called and suggested we hit the woods. Boy, that man sure has taken a shine to romping through the woods. I was initially waffling on going on a hike tomorrow, but you really can't pass up a day like the one their forecasting. Plus, there might be a new fella along for the walk ... someone PT knows. It's always fun to meet new people.

Hope that you all had a nice New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Mine was good.

Er ... yeah.

Damn, damn, damn. Still. So. Freakin'. Horny.

New Years was fun. The night started off with me trying to look swank (for nobody, of course) and ended up with Lynnette and her clogged toilet. Fun! A phone call just past midnight made me all smiley.