"talk about loss of memory or even
amnesia: i've forgotten that there's a wishlist of mine at amazon.com
(i really can't remember when i created that thingie...) - i thought
the only existing (and always updated *hint*) wishlist is at the
german branch of amazon - amazon.de ("de" is for deutschland,
just in case you don't know...)!"
"I woke up after 8 1/2 hours of sleep.
The ambien doesnt promise itll give you 10 hours of
sleep like Id like ;) But Ill go back to bed soon -
as soon as I get rid of these freakin' hiccups that decided to plague
me!!! I hate them. And yes, I tried drinking a lot of water. Now
Ill just have to pee a lot when I wake up again ;)"
"amazing how learning that cutbacks
are in the air has failed to cause me to buckle down and be useful.
i suppose i'm more than prepared to get on with it and embrace whatever
the next phase of my life is. and it explains why i'm sitting here
with this ghostzilla window open, reading wonderful blogs. which
brings me to the reason this is in the rant category..."
"I used to believe that the mountains
surrounding the Las Vegas Valley were made of plastic, that if I
bit my fingernails I would get moles on my face like my Aunt Sally,
and that the people in the television could see me as well as I
could see them. I was also terrified of the Cookie Monster and would
run out of the room whenever he was on."
"I was trying to make my way into the
shop and as he wouldnt move I was like Erm, will you
excuse me sir am trying to go in! .. silence
from above .. woohooo hello ?!?
silence again (by then I was really getting angry I can tell you)
what have I done ? Well I kind of raised my voice
to make sure hed hear me Hey you up there . Mister
Im as tall as a tower ah ha .. a
look from above didnt you notice
theres a dwarf trying to make her way through THAT door you
are standing in front of ?!?! he
looked at me with a puzzled look and out of the blue started to
laugh his head off . Well, obviously I couldnt
resist and started laughing as well."
"Henry Kissinger's resignation from
the 9-11 panel, occasioned by the demand that he reveal his list
of consulting clients, will be mourned only by William Safire and
others who would prefer not to know what went wrong, plus the Saudis
and their friends, who will have to hope that the Bush Administration
can find another chairman who will agree in advance not to mention
the elephant in the living room."