Welcome, to all of those insane enough to walk this blog!

As you might have noticed, this here blog is one big archive of the ramblings of an insane author. So insane, in fact, that I wouldn't be surprised if you went mad just reading said blog...Good luck ;)


I lied. This is not, in fact, a "directory" as the title above might suggest...This is merely a warning of what you might find on this blog. I believe I have already warned you of the insane ramblings archived in this blog, but I must say, if you are not prepared for the tomfooleries that can be found here, you might just want to close this tab, shut your computer down, and walk away slowly in order to keep your OWN sanity in check. Fair warning >;)

Monday, June 28, 2010

Argh...This is really pissing me off right now.

Alright, so I'm sure you've all had this conversation at least once, and now it's my turn. The subject? Gay marriage. Now, I have nothing against gays, nothing whatsoever. My family and I have known many people who were gay, and all of them were very nice people. In fact, they weren't any different from you or I. The only difference is their sexual preference, which has nothing to do with me in my opinion. And yeah, it says that being gay is a sin in the Bible, but it also says that Jesus died for our sins, so anyone who asks for forgiveness will be forgiven. So why would the church or anyone for that matter have a problem with gays? It's none of our business what they do behind closed doors, and it's also none of our business to judge anyone, because it also says in the Bible to leave judgment to God. So what's the problem? Some say that by allowing gay marriage to become legal, we are allowing our government to dictate what is right and wrong. But I say too late, they've been doing that for years. Longer than that, even. What about when marrying outside your race was illegal? Now they allow people of all colors to marry whoever the hell they want, and I think that's the right thing to do. We have freewill, and if our government took that away, that would be an act against God. Gays and lesbians are people too, and it's not our place to say whether or not they can love each other, and seal that love with a marriage. I mean, they're not hurting us, are they? No. Murderers are hurting us, and we should keep them all locked-up, but gays aren't doing anything to hurt anyone, so why continue to allow their love to be illegal?
Now, I'm not saying that I'm gay and that I agree with what they're doing. But my main point here is that we shouldn't have any say on whether or not it's right, and condemn them to hell without even taking into account whether they believe in God and ask for forgiveness. I mean, my brother spends a lot of time online, and he comes across gays who are Christian all the time. They know what the Bible says, but they believe that God will forgive them for their sins and allow them into heaven. And I agree with them. And it doesn't mean I'm necessarily on the gay's "side", it just means I'm on the side of humanity. I'm all-for the rights of a human to love another human.

Okay, so now that I've got my word out, please do not bite my head off and spit it back out with your own opinions attached. What I've said is only one person's opinion on a very controversial subject, and it doesn't matter what I've said anyway because my one vote won't count anyway. And if you happen to be gay, please do not take any offense to what I may have said that can be construed as "hateful" or "judgmental". I meant it only to express my feelings, and if you don't agree with what I've said, then just ignore me.
Blog ya later, Miss Eccentric.

Friday, June 11, 2010

You just got brain ninja'd!

Okay, so my brother did the funniest thing last night, and I just had to share this.
So I just happened to walk by his computer, and noticed that he was watching Family Guy on it. I paused and looked, and then proceeded to tease him a bit. I don't know why we tease him when he watches Family Guy, but that's just how it is, and we don't question it. Anyway, I said something like, "you're watching Family Guy?" in a teasing tone, though we both knew it wasn't a question, instead more of a statement. And of course, he tries to hide a smile, and then denies it completely. This is not a surprise, 'cause he tries to deny things that we all know he can't deny all the time. Just like my mum taught us when we were little, if he got chocolate all over his face from eating it, he would just come out and say, "I didn't have any chocolate", when we all knew he was lying.
Anyway, after his denial, I continued to tease, "then what's that?" I asked, pointing at the screen where he had paused the video. He said it was an image, not a video. And, "oh, is that a Family Guy image? I wouldn't know, I never watched it before." He barely holds back his laughter then, and I burst out without even trying to hold it, and ask, "then how come I heard the Family Guy theme song through your earphones?" He starts giggling like we were little again, and I know I've got him there. I mean, there was no way he could deny that. But true to his nature, he tries anyway. "That's called 'brain image-sound matrixing'. It's when your brain sees an image it recognizes, and it makes you hear a sound to go with the image." He said, nodding his head knowingly and then bursting out into laughter. I of course laughed my fool butt off too, but that goes without saying. I mean, really. Wouldn't you laugh if someone said something so ridiculous to you and pretended it was real? And this isn't the first (or last, I hope) time that he's made something up like this just to tease me. In fact, now that I think of it, he probably got that from our dad, who makes crap up to tease us all the time. Like the other day, my bro made us all breakfast, and took it to us and everything, and then brought us all drinks. We found this unusual, to say the least. I mean, he's nice and he helps us with meals sometimes, but it's a true rarity to have him make us all a meal by himself. So naturally, we all thought that perhaps he wanted something. And we couldn't figure out what he wanted, and that's what scared us. And everything new he brought us, our worries intensified and then we started thinking that whatever it was must cost a fortune or something. So when he comes in and sits down with his own food, we all find ourselves staring at him, waiting for the other shoe to drop. He starts laughing and says, "what?" And we ask him what does he want. He denies wanting anything, just saying that he wanted to be nice and give us breakfast. That's when my dad chimes in and says that my bro was only being nice to confuse us, and that we just got brain ninja'd. And this is my point exactly: My dad and bro come up with the weirdest crap at the most random of moments. But of course, I shouldn't be talkin', 'cause I do the same darned thing, all the time. I can't even count how many strange accents I throw into conversations at random moments, or how many times I brain ninja my family, or come up with a dorky knew character, or run around the room screaming something completely random and acting like a total crazy person in one day. Hell, my bro was nice enough to serve me a piece of chocolate cream pie the other night (made using Jello chocolate pudding), and then he brought me a glass of milk with a straw, and again I turned that into a joke. Now, to give a little background, I have this ongoing joke where I tease that some day I'll be in an insane asylum, and that I'll be happy there as long as I have my padded walls and chocolate pudding. So naturally, when he brings me pudding pie and milk with a straw, I insert my crazy girl voice and say, "yay, I'm all ready to go! I got my pudding, and my milk with a straw, so I can drink it even if I'm wearing my straight jacket!"
Yeah...Okay so maybe some day I will be in a crazy joint, and then y'all will be reading a blog written by a crazy girl livin' in a crazy joint...And now I'm rambling about being a crazy girl in a crazy joint posting a crazy blog while still in the crazy joint where I and everyone around me are all crazy!
At least I'll have my pudding.
Blog ya later, Miss Eccentric.
P.S. In case you don't know what the heck "acain" means, it's the Gaelic (Scottish) equivalent of a sigh of annoyance. Random, yes. But funny, so it was worth it.

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Stop those bastards from killing our whales!!!

Did you know that very soon the International Whaling Commission will be having their annual meeting, and are going to try and overturn the ban on commercial whaling? Yeah, they're trying to make a deal to allow Japan, Norway and Iceland to legally kill whales again. Does this not surprise anyone else besides me? Does this not horrify you? And to top it all off, the US Commerce Department representatives of the Obama Administration are backing this, and trying to make a deal with the whalers. This is ridiculously absurd in my eyes. I can't believe that our own government is even thinking of making such a deal with anyone. Do they not realize that the very existence of whales and dolphins is endangered even now, when it's supposedly "illegal" to kill them? And what about the proof that we have from that show Whale Wars that clearly shows the illegal killing of whales on video, yet we still do nothing about it? I mean, don't they ever think that maybe we want the next few generations (my future children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren) to know what a real whale looks like in the wild? Because at the rate we're going, they will never get to know what it's like to have a pod (or whatever they're called) of dolphins swim next to their boats, or witness a great big whale splash it's fin in the water so close that their boat rocks. I have not yet had that pleasure, but I pray that one day I will still have the chance to, and my fears are that that won't happen. That I will never see a whale in person unless it's in an aquarium. And that sickens me. So I have decided to leave a link here to a petition that you may sign on Facebook, if you happen to agree with me. Don't let them win. Don't let them slay those proud beasts of the sea.

Alright, all dramatic cause speech aside, I think I've got my point across here. So click here to sign the petition. But act quickly, because the petition closes June 22nd.
Blog ya later, Miss Number 6,460 On The Petition.