Monday, August 31, 2009

Politics Of Ecstacy...

So, I found this CD at a garage sale on Saturday for $1, to me, it is worth waaaay more than that. Basically it's a Psychic TV Acid House compilation from 1990 on WaxTrax records out of Chicago, IL.
The first track is by M.E.S.H. which stands for "meet every situation head on" and is an alias for the group "the Grid" and is one half Dave Ball, who was in the group Soft Cell.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to a blank black cassette with the paper label peeled off. The tape had been broken, so I unscrewed it, opened it up, found the ends of each side, fed/webbed them back through the top, closed the housing, cut the ends of each side and spliced the tape back together using a piece of packing tape on the backside of the tape itself. Guess what it turned out to be, an old mix tape of Cheap Trick, I have no clue who's tape this was, as I was not into Cheap Trick until after HS. Maybe my brother's, maybe one of the tapes he had found on the side of the road in a ditch, with a bunch of others, back when we lived in Genoa, IL on baseline road.

Sunday, August 30, 2009

With People Like This...

So, Mai colored friend and Facebook son, Alex has just re-uped his blogspot with a new outlook on life, love and racism with fresher raps and tales of love to eating paletas and selling 200 hot dogs to white people. I'm guessing.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Te Acrodas De Jimbo?" by Boom Boom Kid from a split album with the Hard-Ons from, I'm pretty sure 2000. I actually saw the Hard-Ons play at the Beat Kitchen in Chicago in 2006. Pretty Rad Show, it was boss and I was psyched.

Blowing It...

So, I'm really soory I haven't updated in about 5 days, some crazy ish went down this month and I had to tend to the emotions of mai analogue angel's heart. As captain of team blowin' it, I wouldn't have you expect anything else from me.
Things are getting back to "normal" so you can prolly look around here soon and find some kewl notes to break up your dei coming mai qwerty 2 ur retina. I'm drinking a litre of Filbert's cola and eating Cheez-it DUOZ, the combo in this box being Sharp Cheedar & Parmesan. I already downed the box of these. So tight right now.
As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "For My Girls 2" by Ash Marslem from the album "Feeling Great", 2006.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

23 Minutes To Kill...

So, I came across this video over at the Geekologie web facility, and let me just say that they have some funny ish posted there. Like the Human Ingredients t-shirt, you know you want it.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Far Side of the Sun" by Manilla Road from the album "Invasion" from 1980. The beginning of this song reminds me of the beginning of "Stonehenge" in the 1984 movie This Is Spinal Tap.
Fun Place

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Skulls & Shit...

So, I just got home from my friend Gordo's GF's B-Day, there was about 20 of us that met and ate at an Ethiopian restaurant. It was some pretty good ish, I had my bouts adoubt it, but I was pleasantly surprised at how much flavour came through with no additional condims. If you are in Chicago, IL and would like to czech it out, the place is called Ethiopian Diamond. You can czech on Yelp! because I tried the website and it wasn't working. Maybe because I have Safari and not Intertron Exploder.
After all the fuss of the presents and cupcakes, baby lay her head on my lappy and then she nappy'd on the way home, so I am also coming home from tucking my analogue angel in bed. Don't drool for me Argentina.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Ruby Red Lips" by Gaye Bykers On Acid from an album I had created dude to all of the various free MP3's I had acquired from the band's webfacility, as far as I know, their stuff is like waaaaaay OOP. I have stewed to the gills on vinyl.

Monday, August 17, 2009

New Sticker...

So, B in the D we had made some stickers, One had Nicholas sitting on Dick Van Patten's lap with the words FUCK on top and YEAH on the bottom. We also so had series of Grateful Dead stickers commemorating the death of some old fat guy missing a finger. The one I am getting made is the one in the picture. If you would like to buy one that would be cool also.
A version of this piece can be seen at YEAH! Boards Hop if you ask Steve nicely, he just might take you in back and show you the yellow version I had made for him years ago as a wall hanger.
As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "15:33" by Cluster from the album Cluster 71, 2006. Originally released as Cluster in 1971, later re-released as Cluster '71 with different artwork. This is their first album.

Skateistan, Skate Afghanistan...

So, Help support a good cause. This is for children and it's especially important to the young children involved.
SKATEISTAN is a non-profit skateboard school teaching the youth of Kabul, Afghanistan how to skate and more... The school engages growing numbers of urban and internally-​displaced youth in Afghanistan through skateboarding, and provides them with new opportunities in cross-cultural interaction, education, and personal empowerment programs.

Skateistan: To Live And Skate Kabul is a beautifully shot film that
follows the lives of a group of young skateboarders in Afghanistan. Operating against the backdrop of war and bleak prospects, the Skateistan charity project is the world’s first co-educational skateboarding school, where a team of international volunteers work with girls and boys between the ages of 5 and 17, an age group largely untouched by other aid programmes.


Since Skateistan has been active in Kabul, we’ve seen that Afghan youth of all ethnicities, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds love to skateboard. Skateistan brings them together, equipping young men and women to lead their communities toward social change and development.
Thank you for support. http://SKATEISTAN.​org.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "From Mountain Movers, To Lazy Losers" by Fireworks from the album "We Are Everywhere" released in 2006.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Writing Journal Paper 3...

So, this next one you're about to read was an assignment that was supposed to be written about ourselves. I hope you can get a glimpse of who I was back in 1994.

Spencer ??????????

ENG 98-5
Ms. Sarah L. Dye
April 20,1994

I have been on this planet for a good, solid twenty years. One may ask, "What have you done to change the world?" I may not know what I've done to change the world, but I do know that I'll still be here for a while and I still probably have some time to make some changes. But as of right now, I've lived a fairly average life. Nothing too spectacular, yet nothing too terribly boring either. I 've spent most of my life doing what many kids my age have been doing: going to school, trying to get somewhere, and having fun in the process of doing these things.

I only went there because I had to. Yet I've spent most of my life there. School. I never wanted to go there, and while I was there I never cared about how people saw me. I don't know where the time went while I was there. It certainly wasn't spent on homework or anything else productive. I've yet to see the day when I spend my time doing anything productive.

I suppose this may be the reason why I've only had three jobs in my whole life. In fact ever since about 1992, when I was last employed, I've been your average, college student/jobless scum. It's not that I don't want a job. Sometimes I even apply for one. Let's just say that I want a job, but all of the businesses that are hiring aren't exactly the kind of job I want. I'm looking more along the lines of working behind a counter somewhere, as opposed to working somewhere where I have to do tedious, physical labor. I picture myself ringing up sale at a music store, rather than hauling wood in a lumber yard.

Being a jobless scum and all, means that I must have a lot of spare time on my hands. I'm sure you're just sitting on the end of your seat, anxious to hear what I do with it all. I skate. I ride my skateboard until my little heart's content. Often that could be until three, maybe four in the morning. It seems like I spend half my time looking for someone to skate with. I rarely find anyone, so needles to say, I usually skate alone. A lot of people may think that I'm a little too old to be skating until all hours of the night, but skating is one of the few things that I truly enjoy. After all, what's wrong with spending your time doing something that you really enjoy?

I'm not to sure about what my future may have in store for me. I'm pretty sure that someday I might get a job. After all, I can't be a low life, college student/jobless scum for the rest of my life. I suppose someday I'll have to finally graduate college and support myself. That also means no more skating 'till the wee hours of the night and no more just loafing around, looking for someone to skate with. Who knows. Maybe I'll get lucky and marry a woman who will support me and my boyish habits for the rest of my life.

Okay, the jobs climbed from three to nine, I never graduated college, I've been a jobless scum for seven months collecting unemployment thanks to the economy (I've been sending my resumes) doing odd jobs like house sitting, helping people move, dog sitting and helping Kevin Porter and his De●li●cious Cafe at their booth at Rib-fest serving Vegan ribs courtesy of Upton's Naturals. I'm still skating, looking for people to skate with, just not until 3-4 in the morning. Now, it's moar like I go between nine and Noon. Old Fart Barney hours. I'm not married yet, I still enjoy it all though.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Liquid Hologram" by Inner Action from Side A of a cassette tape that I made on March 4th, 2006.
The original is on the album called "Liquid Hologram" originally released on October 3rd 2005.

Writing Journal 9...

So, this one here is a full paper take on writing journal #7, enjoy.

Spencer ??????????
The RONCO food dehydrator is a new technology that can save you time and money. This new machine can make you fresh, nutritious, and great tasting snacks, that your family can enjoy at home or on camping trips. The food dehydrator is quiet, light weight, and easy to clean too.
One of the great advantages of this piece is that you're making the food so you know exactly what's in it. Another advantage is the easy cleaning process. This is so light weight that the four trays it comes with are only about four ounces each. When your food is done all you have to do is eat it or put it in the freezer for tomorrow in a week or whenever you get hungry. This is one of the most economic food makers on the market today. One last advantage of this is that it pays for itself in the amount of food you make daily, weekly, or monthly.
As soon as you bring a new product on the market the public always wants to know disadvantages of the product. What if you were pressed for time and you need your food quick making food in this may be a bother because some of the things take maybe two to twelve hours to be completely done. If your kitchen is small you might not want this for you it is sort of big and might be in the way. The third disadvantage would probably be the fact that it is plastic and if your clumsy or have children you may have a little problem with this it's plastic which we all know is sort of fragile and could break real easy.

Okay, I just used Your when it should have been You're. also, I told you it's plastic and that it's plastic. Mr. Runon made his appearance in toward the end of the paper also.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Birdy Song" by EVP from Side B of a cassette tape I had made on March 4th, 2006. The album is called "Harmonic Module" released on November 28th. 2005.

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Writing Journal 20...

So, what about the muh fuh kids?

Spencer ??????????
The Kids
This day sounds like the month and the year when combined. The more things change the more they stay the same. I like to watch the kids in the Hall on comedy central at eight o'clock during the week. may I quote a line "have you turned the boy into a fag yet." These guys are funny youshould watch them sometime they're funny.

Okay, here we have Mr. Runon writing a paper again. You should read the last line over like four more times. Cool, eh? This is one of those journals that I think I just wrote something down so I could say that I did a journal. I prolly had stuff to draw in my notebook or something, who knows.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to another cassette tape with no label that I had found in my Mom's's basement around 9 this morning. This one is of some old techno/trance stuff I had made around 1997-98. It is so great to come across stuff like this to help depress you as to why you ever stopped making music, even though it was being made as I taught myself how to sequence using a workstation keyboard instead of tracking everything live on tape or ADAT, I had the LX20. I just wonder what would I be making if I hadn't stopped. I've been out of it for almost ten years now. I went by SFM or Astrolab.

Writing Journal 17...

So, this one will be short and sweet, or bitter.

Spencer ??????????
Bad Day
Most days are nice and some are fun but the rest all suck.

Okay, I guess I had a run in with some sort of mood adjuster that day.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Dirty Boots" by Sonic Youth from Side B of the black cassette with no label that I had found in my Mom's's basement around 9 this morning. This song was originally released on the "Goo" album in 1990.

Writing Journal 6...

So, these next couple of journals are KNDA short so I'm going to do all four today. woohoo.

Spencer ??????????
Last Sunday
April 17, 1994
Last Sunday my friend Sam and I went to Chicago to skate. We arrived at about 3:00 and didn't leave until about 11:00 but during the time 7:00 to 10:30 we to some girls apartment who goes to Columbia College. I guess you could say that we had some fun.
I like skating in Chicago at night because it's colder and it's not as hot. Sam agreed with me on this and we decided to go again next Sunday the 24th, maybe a little later this time.

Okay, I found in the original copy that I had written "we to some girls" when it should have been "we go to" alright alright. The girl was a friend of a girl Sam was dating at the time, they both were living in the Dorms of CCC. I remember the day sub-vividly, it was a beautiful sunny day like 8 clouds in the sky, we were skating the Picasso at Daley Plaza in mid-day, no bust. That girl came carrying a Crate & Barrel bag, she had seen Sam and offered us to stop by later after we were done skating. When we showed up to her dorm, they had made Mac & Cheese with Tuna fish mixed in, they offered and I ate some. Now here is the part I never understood, there was like a serving and a half left in the pan, she told me to just eat the rest of it, so I did. Later, Sam had told me that the girl got all mad because I just came in and ate all the Mac & Cheese. WTFrick? So, to this day I just take the last one/serving of anything. Doughnut, Pizza, Breadstick, Coffee, Cookie whatever.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Mary Christ" by Sonic Youth from Side B of the black cassette with no label that I had found in my Mom's's basement around 9 this morning. The song originally appears on the "Goo" album which came out in 1990.

Writing Journal 16...

So, it all comes down to money.

Spencer ??????????

Every yaer for my birthday I usually only get about five bucks maybe $35.00 on a good year. This year I got just that amount and a certificate from my girlfriend for a birthday presnent because she didn't have any money to get me anything. She made a little dollar that she made that instead of saying "E PLURIBUS UNUM" said "I owe you one present" the dollar was so thoughtful I told her not to get me anything but she insisted.

Okay, now in the original journal it does say presnent, I didn't just mess it up here. Next, is the phrase "she made a little dollar she made" really? she made it? Wow, pretty heavy stuff. Oh yeah, and in the beginning I did also type "yaer" in the original copy, the lack of commas it truly great too.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Satan" by the Dwarves from the black cassette tape with no label that I just found in my Mom's's basement around 9 this morning. The beginning of the tape had a mix of Big Black songs and the last two songs are the Dwarves songs, the filler at the end of this side, Side A, is the ad for "the scum also rises" (from the "thank heaven..." album) which gets cut off in the middle due to the tape turning into head cleaner.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Who Do You Love...

So, speaking of Power, You've Got The Power. That's right, You. Here in Birmingham 6's track "Who Do You Love" You have the Power to decide for yourself. I almost forgot about this song until I posted yesterday's video, and yes, I do also remember Snap!'s song The Power also. Ban the Bass turn up the Treble, It's gettin' KNDA heavy & hectic, depending on who you listen to. Angry Black Man or Angelic Black Woman. Cross Colors Clothing, In Full Effect. This shit is All The Way Live from 1990.

The Birmingham 6 song is from their 1995 album Assassinate. I used to listen to this album soooooo much back in '95-'96, prolly almost everyday for that whole year I listened to it at least once. It is now in a box in the bottom of my closet with ALL off my Industrial/EMB CDs, not that I don't like or want to hear them anymore, because I just don't have room in my room (?) for the amount of space my music takes up. The same goes for my vinyl, I have turntables, but it's a hassle dragging them out. Some of you can prolly inderstand, can't you?

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to an old cassette I had just found in my Mom's's basement that I thought I lost, that I had recorded off of my friend Jay Jyczak back in 1996, of the compilation "Zeitgeist 2" with the two discs "Dementia" & "Experimentia" on the Nova Zembla label. I am listening to the "Experimentia" side. I have no idea what track is playing right now, I never wrote the track list on the J-Card and they KNDA mix intoeachother. It may be "Blimp" with the track "Websex."

Monday, August 10, 2009

I've Got The Power...

So, after hearing the sequencing of the Overlords, Juno Reactor and believe it or not... that Jellyhead song. I only dug deeper into my already extensive musical hole excavation only to have it bring me to this.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "What Time Is Love (Live at Trancentral)" by KLF from the album "What Time Is Love?" single on WaxTrax Records, 1990. Although I'm actually listening to the video on YouTube, that's the album it's from or at least the one that I own that was handed down to me from Justin Mueller.


So, here is a song that I use to like hearing back in 1996. I still like to hear it now, say what you will, this song just puts a smile on my face and makes me feel good just like that shitty song Ring Of Fire does to other people. I think they like that song just because "it's cool."
NOTE!!! I don't like this song for any hidden meaning, I just like the music, the synth structure, and sequencing/programming. I never payed much attention to the lyrics, or the meaning of the video, I just watched it.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to (Motiv8's Pumphouse Remix) of "Jellyhead" by Crush on YouTube. I think I might go listen to some Overlords videos now, circa "All The Naked People" ((Goa Roots))

Sunday, August 9, 2009

My Demo...

So, My Demo at the Geneva park today totally PWND. I was there in support of Buster Bear. Yup, that's right Lonely Boy represented the subby's, going back to where he started, in a first edition Buster Bear T-Shirt. All did not go according as planned though.

There was some sort of contest happening hosted by Yeah! Board Shoppe also, Bad Planning on somebodies part. It was kewl, I was able to do my Demo in between the contest classes which were burgeoning, intermittent, advantaged, as well as during the results of the contest, which I contested by finishing My Demo and sipping water all the while to stay Hydrogenated.

All in all I would say it was a pretty good turnout today for My Demo considering that they said the Heat Index was 100-105 degrees today, the wind was there at least, to help deal with the heat. Yah Dig?
The one complaint I do have with today is that after they called the results of the contest I was contesting, everybody left. I need to get a better agent so I can get compensated for My Demos when this type of thing happens, It hasn't been the first time either.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to " Echoes From The Desert 2" by Ash Marslem from the album "Fearful". I had grabbed this from BeatBiz back on Monday, August 7th, 2006. Wow 3 years ago.

Friday, August 7, 2009

Writing Journal 1.2...

So, even though both of these papers say they're from my English 98-5 class, the dates don't add up. Even though the order of the Jounals are in order, it seems that there was some F*&# up and this reads WJ1.

Spencer ??????????
Youth Of Today
April 14,1994

Why is the youth of today so cocky towards people who try to tell them pieces of advice? I remember when I was their age and someone my age told me what I was doing might go against me in the future,I tended to respect that and take it into consideration. These kids today think that they can just fuck athority (for lack of emphasis.) and do whatever the hell they want. I mean these kids are in seventh grade and they're already so cocky it's unbelievable they won't even listen to reason. They'll go places skating and they write on everything like it was a friggin' note book and don't throw away their garbage when a can sits two feet from them,maybe it's because asses are so damn lazy. I know that teen are supposed to rebel but this is rediculous.

Okay, so it sounds like I was in Barney status at the tender age of 20, this letter may as well have been yesterday. You may have thought it was a "regular" blog entry if I hadn't put the original 1994 date on the top.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to the Keith Hernandez JFK loogy episode of Seinfeld while typing this & sipping on this Old Style. Say VanDalay Industries, Say VanDalay Industries!!! And you wanna be my Latex salesman?

Today Was A Good Day...

So, you've prolly all seen the new commercial for the P. Rod 3's, but most of you prolly haven't seen the extended 2 minute 20 second version.
There is also a Version 2 of the short video featuring Eric Koston & Kobe Bryant. Enjoy. If you'd like to purchase a pair of the shoes in the Video you should go to Upsire Skateshop in Chicago, Uprise also carries Weelborn Clothing.

As of the end of this post I am currently STILL listening to the TV in the background, this time I think it's some show about one-hit wonders because I just heard the songs by Nelson & Lisa Loeb.

Writing Journal 8...

So, Here we go.

Spencer ??????????

On April 11th I went and saw a movie called "Like Water for Chocolate". It's a Spanish movie about a man Pedro who falls in love with a girl but he cannot marry her by some tradition so he marries her sister just to be close to her the movie is really good and it has some sad parts and some funny, I would recommend that you try to see this movie.

Okay, wow that has to be the longest run-on sentence I have ever written. I saw that movie at the small theatre in Wheaton, IL., I don't know if they still show small Indy films or if it's even open anymore due to all the 30 plex's that have sprung up in the area.

As of the end of this I am currently listening to the TV in the other room, I think it's Meagan wants a Millionaire. Plus, the neighbor just pulled up in his meaty mustang with its rumbling muff.

Slap Yo Mama...

So, here I do one of mai famous tricks, the "Slappy Step-Off Pop-Shuvit" at the Wislon skatepark in Chicago, IL.
Coining the term Twitteo/Twideo in the process.
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As of the end of this post I am currently listening to the birds singing as they wake up outside, unlike in Chicago, the birds actually go to sleep at night and wake up around 4:30 in the a.m. because it actually gets dark at night. Just one of the other things the city makes you forget.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Writing Journal Paper 2...

So, this should be a good read for some, it's KNDA funny to read this after 15 years. I just hung with Justin, His Wife and two kids on Tuesday night. We had home made tacos and salsa, hot dogs, drank some Sol & Dos Equis Amber, for dessert we went to Oberweis for some I SCREAM!!!

Spencer ??????????

ENG 98-5
Ms. Sarah L. Dye
April 12, 1994

Did you ever have a friend that no matter how much they changed you still talk to them all the time and will probably never forget? That's exactly how it is with a friend of mine, Justin.

I've been friends with Justin for seven years, since about 1987. We met each other through our friends, there were eight of us all in seventh grade and skated together and so we met. All the way through school until graduation we had the same interests.

Justin used to listen to such music as Tad, Mudhoney, and Big Black plus used to skate and like to go to Chicago. Now he likes to sit sit home and play guitar to Johnny Winter, B.B. King, and CS&N. I'm the only one that is still friends with him from junior high. In high school we were friends with pretty much the same people too though we barely talke dto any of the people from j.h. that we met each other through. Justin physically is the saem person I met besides the fact that he doesn't wear the same type of attire he used to, now he wears worn out blue jeans and Birkenstocks.

I guess even though Justin and I have changed so much from one another over the years, the fact the we are still friends really puts a place in my heart and my mind, maybe this is one of those life lessons that I hear people talk about so much.

Okay, that was kewt. Justin now lives in the subby's of Seattle, WA (Samammish or something) with his family, still plays his guitar, jams & records. I guess he pulls out the old Lucero Red Cross deck, once in a while, that he bought in 2003 when we went to Bainbridge Island and I slammed and got a hipper in front of Danny Way, Don Barley & Danger. They should have put that in the Transworld video.

As of the end of this post I am currently still Milking that same Old Style in the koozy. I know I know, I should get some cookies for that milk.

Writing Journal 7...

So, I know I left you all for a few days, or was it only one day? WGAF?

Spencer ??????????
4/12/94 10+10=20 LIKE ME TODAY

Compact Discs
VCR controller you talk in to,to program VCR
splitfire spark plug
microwave popcorn
spray on hair GLH

5.ONLY $29.95


Okay, so I guess this project was to wirte down a list of inventions that have made our life better (or lazier), then to wirte down your favorite and list five Pros & Cons.

As of the end of this post I am currently drinking an Old Style out of the can with my koozy around it to collect the sweat. Old Guys Rule.

Monday, August 3, 2009

Writing Journal 19...

So, I'm thinking of just putting what WJ these are in the title and just start typing them. Now, this might be in conflict with how all my blogs start, So. Whatevs!

Bad Girl
Today is what I call deal day,get it four for ninety four. My sophomore year teacher told me that joke it's kind of corny but oh well sue me, My mother is. September Rains is not quite the name I would expect for a porn star,not that I watch them,I just over heard someone talking about one they saw. They said they knew one of the girls and that she went here last year.

Okay, the "so sue me, my mother is" quote is from a Kids In The Hall sketch, BUSTED! I did lie however, I did watch porns back then. I really hated writing back then, but I just wrote something down so I could at least maintain a D for a grade.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Testament" by Squaremeat. This is another Psy-Trance group from Finland that I grabbed off of Thixx n'Dixx back in Wednesday, July 19, 2006.

Writing Journal 18...

So, I know what you're gunna say, "how come this one reads WJ18?" The answer, I have no clue.



Okay, now what a joke that was, whoa! Settle down man, Phew!

As of the end of this post I am currently listeningg to "Their First Smile" by Ash Marslem from an unknown album, I got this one from BeatBiz back on Monday August 7th, 2006. It's some good Joe Satriani/Eric Johnson type Instrumental Rock.

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Writing Journal Dogs...

So, yet again I give to you some sunday laughter.

Spencer ??????????

March 08, 1994

More than half the people in my nieghborhood own a dog.
Why do they own dogs? Dogs need love. We keep them to become one with us, so they want to stay with us and play. We keep our pets for company to keep us sane when we need someone to talk to. Dogs want to protect us from intruders and strangers. They sort of act as workers and helpers for us. From being your average home security dog, to the guide dogs that help the blind persons get around the house and across the street.
Most major companies use dogs to guard their property when closed. The Germans used German Shepherds trained to sniff out intruders in camps, so we've used dogs all through out history for different reasons with various breeds. Dogs need LOVE!!!!!

Okay, so I guess the Jews were the intruders in Germany that's why they used Dogs to sniff them out. Ahhhh to be 19 again.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Step Inside" by Moksa from the "Step Inside Mix" that I DWNLD'd back in 2006.

Writing Journal Paper 1...

So, here is an actual assignment that we were given to do in my END 098-5 class, get ready for some laughs. You will notice that I have always been bitter.

Spencer ??????????

END 098-5
Sarah L. Dye
February 22, 1994

paper 1 BABY
on campus description
On 2-15-93 I sat downstairs in the carpeted lounge and witnessed some goings on of the students of ECC,most of the ones I saw were just watching television showing of a movie. I could hear scuffling of peoples feet on tyhe carpetfloor,plus the laughter of friends making jokes about one another.
One thing that stuck out like a needle in a hay stack was the loud phones that the school uses. When someone would go outside to smoke a cigarrette I could feel a soft breeze across my face. The crowd around the television just sat there still as a tree while everyone else in the school oblivious to their presence in the lounge. Some people sat along the walkways behind the counselors orifices. Some teachers would be walking with a cart with wheels and it would be quiet for on second then be loud from rolling over the bricks planted in the hallway floor. I guess you could say there was a constant HUMMMMMMMMMM frummm the monotone voices that were speaking but were not understood to me,but then again I wasn't really paying attention to pick out a specific conversation. 11:45,five more minutes then I can leave school. That cold breeze gives me shiver up and down my spine I see people standing by the elevator for minutes when in that time waiting they could have been upstairs by the time the elevator got to the first floor.
I see the signs in the lounge that read "no food or drink in the lounge area" and I see people all the time eating&drinking all the time spilling their food & drinks onto the carpet floor only to pick up the cup or can which has fallen or maybe this time it will be a sandwich,pizza,or SUZY-Q. I cannot believe that grown adults can't clean up after themselves. If the situation were to occur at their home they would have cleaned it up in five minutes or less to try and remove the stain.
I can't believe the amount of respect these "adults" lack in a mature environment such as college.

Okay, I cannot believe the amount of comma spacing that I'm lacking in this paper. All of the errors above are typed just as I wrote them in 1994, yeah and I know the year says '93 in the beginning, but hey, that's how I fahq'd opp orginally.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Yli Saapas Varresta" by Texas Faggot from an unknown album, I got this one from Thixxndixx back in 2006 though. Psychedelic Trance from Finland as far as I know.

Writing Journal 4...

So, welcome to today's installment of Journals of Yore. And now, for your sunday pleasure, I give you WJ4.

Portable Prersonal

The item I chose is rectangular in shape and about as thick as Six pieces of paper and 2" x 3.5".
It feels like glass.
If it were dropped it would sound like plastic.
The smell and tastes are like nothing in this world.
It looks like a legal document.
BOY,it weighs 1oz. The color is clear with a blockage in between.
Resemblence of thisis like that of a credit card.
My item is important because it's personal.
Before you go outside be sure to bundle up real warm-like.

Okay, if you couldn't guess at what I was trying to describe in this Journal, It was a Driver's License. My brother's driver's that I used to carry around with me after his death in 1990. Gotta keep something to remember him by, right?
As of the end of this post I am currently listening to Talla 2XLC's "Live @ Technoclub (SSL)" Mix from 2005 that I grabbed from Trance Addict dot com.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

Writing Journal 3...

So, this would be WJ3 although the dates would have you think otherwise. For the date on this one I typed it in while pressing the Shift key, pretty clever, eh? And yet again the year reads 1993. WTF?



THE item I have with me today is a calculator
My calculator is about 6 inches LONG & 3 inches wide
It looks black,with the engraving SHARP on the top side
The Shape is rectangular up&down
If this were to be set upon a scale it would weigh in at about 3-4ozs. BLACK is the color of this BEAUTY
No outstanding characteristics really just some buttons I don't know quite how they work.
This may resemble a leather biker wallet with the chain hooked to the belt loop.
The SHARP calculator is an important item to me because it helps me with my mathematical problems. I never really heard,tasted,or smelled my calculator but I have felt and looked at it boy is it smooth.

OMG!!! I can't believe how bad this is. No space after the commas, no periods at the ends of sentences and no space between the &. I don't know if I had planned on some sort of subliminal messaging or what, but if you take the words in ALL CAPS they form:

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "MindSkap" by Tryon from an unknown album. I prolly got it from BeatBiz or Thixxndixx back on Friday, July 21st, 2006. This is the first time it has been played, it's been on my Mom's compy this whole time.

Writing Journal 5...

So, this one says WJ5, but the date reads "Feb.3.1994" even though if i go by the date the next one will be WJ3 and the WJ4. WTFrick?

5 Senses

The hum of the computers
Mrs. Dye playing with her keys
Mrs. Dye fumbling at her desk
Me Breathing

3.Printer paper
4.White board
6.Coat rack
7.Disk drive
10.Rubber mat


Okay, again, I have no clue what was going on here. We already did an excercise aboyut the 5 senses and it seems that the dot matrix printer failed and scrunched the word "sight" as well as putting those double lines in there.

As of the end of this post I am currently listening to "Part Two" by DJ Dragon from the "Live @ Pardalis - Austin, TX" mix, 2006.


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