Monthly Archives: February 2013

A book on the questions I’ve wondered about “The Room”


So this post happened on Facebook.

Whoa! The worst movie ever made is going to have a book detailing the way the movie was even conceived. From tuxedo football to the hospital on Guerrero Street, there is a lot of unanswered questions about this book.

Why does Lisa have to be so evil?

What about Claudette’s breast cancer?

What happened to Stephen?

Why is this movie the greatest thing ever made?

I cannot wait for this book to come out. I bet I could finish it in one sitting… if I can understand any of it.

You know what they say? This book is blahnd!


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Death to church politics and all that nonsensical nonsense


Church is boring. It’s a stupid place of rules, traditions and systematic work to continue this path of uncertainty with a glimmer of potential hope if I follow the rules. That is church.

Well, that’s not really church. But that is what church was for me for pretty much most of my life. I went to a traditional Episcopal church. It’s very strict with hymns, kneeling, standing, sitting, lather, rinse and repeat. Everyone there had to dress up nice and they had cloaks and whatnot every the acolytes, priest, choir. I’m not saying it’s bad, but it wasn’t good for me.

It ran like some political office. People would be voted into certain roles in the church. They budgeted. They held meetings. It was very strict. It was a business.

There were times where I learned about Jesus, sure. But did it grow? Did it mean anything to me? No. The goal was to keep the train moving in the church. And for me as a kid, it was boring. There was no attempt to keep me there. I didn’t like it. They had nothing to attract the youth. It was a place to tell aging people about the afterlife, or at least to keep their raft afloat until death.


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Happy New Year, suckas!

Year of the snake!

I’m pretty sure somewhere back home it’s February 10. With that said, happy new year!

It’s good to celebrate. Unfortunately, I am nowhere near home so I can’t celebrate with the family. But I will see my parents for a lunch on Feb 12, so I can make that as they go venturing to Vegas for vacation.

But man oh man, it’s the new year. All snake and everything.

I normally don’t celebrate on my own. I don’t get any moon cakes or anything, but maybe I will. Who knows? It’s a good time to celebrate!

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Being sick sucks

Not good.

Last Sunday, the one before this one that just happened, I must have gotten sick while sitting in a car with my friend. He was coughing. In a couple days time, I started to cough.

And the fact that I work in a control room, it was cold. The lack of sleep due to the long hours led me to cough violently all of last week. Then yesterday, I got laryngitis. My coughing still had not left and now I can’t talk nor can I breathe normally.

Even today, I took two separate naps because my body was just tired.

My usual recovery time for these things are a few days tops. I never get sick ever and my body isn’t responding as it normally does. What does this mean? Am I getting weaker? I can’t afford to be weak.

Stuffy nose, sore throat, laryngitis, coughing. This is ugly. Although a good night’s rest should take me to the end of this sickness cycle. We’ll see how it goes. Maybe I’m just overworking myself.

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Looking forward to better sports happiness

So the 49ers lost the Super Bowl and I am bummed, but not overly bummed. I am sad but I don’t feel depressed. Maybe it’s my blind optimism that the team will win it next year because they’re that talented. But I’ll be OK with.

One good thing is that this was announced, so I can feel a whole lot better for baseball!

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7 Profound Insights From The Beatles


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