Terri's Cellar Door

Stuff that happens to me, Terri.

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Wearing a turtleneck is like being strangled by a really weak guy, all day.

That's a Mitch Hedberg quote. I agree with that sentiment so, very, very much. I absolutely hate people touching my neck. It's this thing I have. I also get frightened by very innocuous things like people walking behind me, or coming into a room. Random, I know, but not the point of this post. Don't you love how I do that? Well, it's the first day of December (it's not when I'm writing this first part here, but it makes an interesting segway, doesn't it?), and there's so many things to do, such as getting a job, earning some money, and subsequently quitting that job when school starts again. I'm very sick of school, actually, I've literally been in college since about 2003, which means I'm going on year 12 or something. Anyway, this is something that I thought I'd post:

That's a great idea, and I'm totally in support of it. I like seeing to puppets getting it on just like anybody else. I was watching the news last night, and there was this story on CNN of all places, that asked if YouTube was getting too stupid. Do they watch YouTube? It's always been stupid. The whole Internet was founded on the idea that you should be able to post some documentation of your drunk frat party/horrible ski accident/porn somewhere where you could at the same time share it with your friends and hide it from your mom. Anyway, you made me think of it, because two puppets getting it on might become a viral hit, and thus be shown on CNN. Which has long since stopped covering real news, and now spends most of it's broadcast day alternating between Anna Nicole's supposed 'new will', and why Britney Spears can't get her life together. Hm, um, sorry, bit of a rant there. I don't like Fergie either, unless she's with the Black Eyed Peas, and they don't let her stay on the track long enough to get annoying. So, that's just another thing altogether. Anyway, I was thinking about religion lately, and how hard it would be to be with somebody who was a very stringent (or even not so stringent) follower of another belief. There is a Bible quote that tells us not to be unequally yoked. Which may or may not have something to do with oxen, I dunno, I wasn't really paying attention. That got me to thinking about this article that I read, which is really funny. Here it is here. You don't have to be a Jew or Gentile to read it, but it helps. So, nonetheless, I've just decided I'm going to post this entire email on my blog, omitting the names of the Internet because I am so on right now.

Put the Lime in the Coconut,


** By the way, my MP3 is back working again. Classic.
**oops! You thought you'd get an explanation here, didn't you. Oh so naive!


Blogger Marlewen said...


Gotta love posts that are copy and pasted from our emails XD

10:58 AM  

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