Wednesday, September 29, 2004

getting a bottle thrown at your face sucks.

its mornings like these that make me want to give up thinking
what the fuck
cant i just cut the rug in peace?


Monday, September 27, 2004

geneva here i come

Subject: FW: Mandatory Military Draft - 2005Guess what is QUIETLY being put through the House andSenate - a DRAFT, starting 2005. If you are againstthis, you better pass this on IMMEDIATELY. If you arefor it, you can rejoice. I was not aware of this untilI received this today and yes, I just verified it.Mandatory draft for boys and girls (ages 18-26)starting June 15, 2005, is something that everyoneshould know about.This literally effects everyone since we all have orknow children that will have to go if this billpasses. There is pending legislation in the house andsenate (companion bills: S89 and HR 163) which willtime the program's initiation so the draft can beginas early as spring, 2005, just after the 2004presidential election. The administration is quietlytrying to get these bills passed now, while the public's attention is on the elections, so ouraction on this is needed immediately. Details andlinks follow.This plan, among other things, eliminates highereducation as a shelter and includes women in thedraft. Also, crossing into Canada has already beenmade very difficult.Actions:Please send this on to all the parents and teachersyou know, and all the aunts and uncles, grandparents,godparents. And let your children know - - it's theirfuture, and they can be a powerful voice for change!This legislation is called HR 163 and can be found indetail at this website:http://thomas.loc.gov/Just enter in "HR 163" and click search and will bringup the bill for you to read. It is less than two pageslong.If this bill passes, it will include all men and ALLWOMEN from ages 18 - 26 in a draft for militaryaction. In addition, college will no longer be anoption for avoiding the draft and they will be signingan agreement with Canada which will no longer permitanyone attempting to dodge the draft to stay withinit's borders.This bill also includes the extension of militaryservice for all those that are currently active.If you go to the select service web site and readtheir 2004 FYI Goals you will see that the reasoningfor this is to increase the size of the military incase of terrorism. This is a critical piece oflegislation, this will effect our undergraduates, ourchildren and our grandchildren.Please take the time to write your congressman and letthem know how you feel about this legislation.www.house.gov www.senate.govPlease also write to your representatives and ask themwhy they aren't telling their constituents about thesebills and write to newspapers and other media outletsto ask them why they're not covering this importantstory.The draft $28 million has been added to the 2004selective service system budget to prepare for amilitary draft that could start as early as June 15,2005. Selective service must report to Bush on March31, 2005 that the system, which has lain dormant fordecades, is ready for activation.Please see www.sss.gov/perfplan_fy2004.html to viewthe Selective Service System annual performance plan,fiscal year 2004.The pentagon has quietly begun a public campaign tofill all 10,350 draft board positions and 11,070appeals board slots nationwide. Though this is anunpopular election year topic, military experts andinfluential members of congress are suggesting that ifRumsfeld's prediction of a "long, hard slog" in Iraq and Afghanistan (and permanent state ofwar on terrorism) proves accurate, the U.S. may haveno choice but to draft.www.hslda.org/legislation/national/2003/s89/default.aspentitled the Universal National service Act of 2003,"to provide for the common defense by requiring thatall young persons (age 18-26) in the United States,including women, perform a period of military serviceor a period of civilian service in furtherance of thenational defense and homelandsecurity, and for other purposes." These active billscurrently sit in the committee on armed services.Dodging the draft will be more difficult than thosefrom the Vietnam era. College and Canada will not beoptions. In December, 2001, Canada and the U.S. signeda "smart border declaration," which could be used tokeepwould-be draft dodgers in.Signed by Canada's minister of foreign affairs, JohnManley, and U.S. Homeland Security director, TomRidge, the declaration involves a 30 point plan whichimplements, among other things, a "pre-clearanceagreement" of people entering and departing each country.Reforms aimed at making the draft more equitable alonggender and class lines also eliminates highereducation as a shelter. Underclassmen would only beable to postpone service until the end of theircurrent semester.Seniors would have until the end of the academic year.What to do: Tell your friends, Contact yourlegislators and ask them to oppose these bills. Justtype "congress" into the aol search engine and inputyour zip code. A list of your reps will pop up with away to email them directly. We can't just sit andpretend that by ignoring it, it will go away. We mustvoice our concerns and create the world we want tolive in for our children and grandchildren.Richard L. Weiner, Esq..Weiner & Laurin, LLPrweiner@wllaw.comTel: (818) 501-8898Fax: (818) 501-889715760 Ventura Blvd., Suite 1727Encino, California 91436

man i wish theres wasnt the time of post on these things....

hahhaha
funny.
im sorry. ive been busy being stupid this weekend.
not funny.
my game for today is rock paper scissors
that game is sure fun
its all like :
is he gonna throw down rock?
or is he gonna throw down paper?
or OR!
or is he gonna throw down that fucking scissors!
OMG!

Monday, September 20, 2004

edward forty hands= good times


Sunday, September 19, 2004

nip/tuck is bomb

i played exquisite corpse with leo, ian and lil petey.
it was pretty fun. we didnt name them though which was a part i was really looking forward to.
what i like about the game is the freedom you have to do whatever you want. more or less. so the decision making factor is coo'
i like the variety of encounter and the socializing involved too. good times for one and all.
i definetly think it would be cool to do the same type of thing but on photoshop.
so then you could do collages. one person could get on the computer and do it and then when its the others turn he could just hide that layer.
pretty coo' right?


me and my friends invented a new game a couple days ago.
its called
"watch music videos on mute and play other music over them"
it can really be funny.
especially if your watching b.e.t.
it s fun because all it really involves is socialising with your homies and it can be very random (variety of encounter....)
yay!



Sunday, September 12, 2004

hallo

i want to take this course because i want to make a video game using old school style graphics (think monkey island, day of the tentacle...) im not so sure about the whole wide array of other "games" that i completly forgot about when i got a computer. i obviously like video games. mainly adventure games.i really was into playing freeze tag at kmart for a summer.i think the game asshole is the best drinking game involving cards ever. especially when theyre big cards.i like playing a game a basketball hear and there.rejecting people pumps me up. i like playing this game i call "what ill ass piece of clothing am i gonna wear to the next party". i wore a moomoo at the last one.chess can be fun at times. i like the "dont look at my hand makinga circle or ill hit you" game sometimes.im down with the printing my own work on my clothing game.my goals as an artist is to bring the fucking partymy themes in my paintings/drawings usually revolve around me being a loser and i enjoy making videos which are all over the place. I also make music.