The Day Of K

Who’s amazing? I’m amazing.

More Paramore? October 29, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kels @ 10:58 pm

Do any of you listen to the band Paramore? I really love their song Misery Buisness. It has such an energetic beat and is just a good song to dance along with.

But there is just one line that always bothered me.

Misery Buisness:

Once a whore, you’re nothing more

Sorry, that ain’t every gonna change

Maybe this doesn’t deserve the thought I’m giving it. But do you think that people’s past actions determine who they are for the rest of their life?

 

More Paramore

Filed under: Days of K — Kels @ 3:58 pm

Do any of you listen to the band Paramore? I really love their song Misery Buisness. It has such an energetic beat and is just a good song to dance along with.

But there is just one line that always bothered me.

Misery Buisness:

Once a whore, you’re nothing more

Sorry, that ain’t every gonna change

Maybe this doesn’t deserve the thought I’m giving it. But do you think that people’s past actions determine who they are for the rest of their life?

 

Protected: Is This Who I Really Am? October 21, 2007

Filed under: Random Ramblings — Kels @ 9:08 am

http://www.colorquiz.com/

Your Desired Objective

Over-imaginative and given to fantasy or day-dreaming. Longs for interesting and exciting things to happen and wants to be admired for her charm

Your Actual Problem

The fear that she may be prevented from achieving the things she wants leads her into a relentless search for satisfaction in the pursuit of illusory or meaningless activities

Feels restricted and prevented from progressing; seeking a solution which will remove these limitations

Your Existing Situation

Readily participates in things affording excitement or stimulation. Wants to feel exhilarated

Your Stress Sources

Wants to overcome a feeling of emptiness and to bridge the gap which she feels separates herself from others. Anxious to experience life in all its aspects, to explore all its possibilities, and to live it to the fullest. She therefore resents any restriction or limitation being imposed on her and insists on being free and unhampered

Your Restrained Characteristics

Has high emotional demands and is willing to involve herself in a close relationship, but not with any great depth of feeling. Believes that she is not receiving her share–that she is neither properly understood or adequately appreciated. Feels that she is being compelled to conform, and close relationships leave her without any sense of emotional involvement.

Feels trapped in a distressing or uncomfortable situation and seeking some way of gaining relief. Able to achieve satisfaction from sexual activity.

Feels that she cannot do much about her existing problems and difficulties and that she must make the best of things as they are. Able to achieve satisfaction from sexual activity

 

Boomshire… October 20, 2007

Filed under: Uncategorized — Kels @ 2:35 pm

   This little game is so simplistic, but at the same time it’s one of the most challenging things I’ve done all day. Set to a beautiful musical score by Tim Halbert, the object of the game is to click one of the floating dots that move across the screen. The dot you pick will expand, if it touches any of the other dots then you get more points. Trust me, it’s fun.

You can play it here.

 

Pushing Daisys October 8, 2007

       Pushing LadiesWow, this week I’ve watched alot of new shows. I watched Chuck for the first time. (Pretty funny, you should see it) The slighty funny, mostly weird new show Cavemen was only watchable. And Moonlight, about a vampire detective, was alot better than it sounds. And Bionic Women, as expected, is action packed and really cool.

    Now prepare for me to push the show Pushing Daisys. It’s about a pie maker named Ned who, under unfortunate circumstances, discovers that he has the power to bring the dead back to life. But as with every gift there is a catch. If he touches someone after he’s brought them back to life they will die again. For good. Also once he keeps a dead person alive for a minute someone else will have to die in their place.

     It’s a funny show in a tragic kind of way. He brings the dead back to life for a minutes, asks them who killed them, and collects the reward money. It gets complicated after  he brings Chuck, his childhood friend, back to life after she was strangled on a cruise and tossed overboard. I won’t say how the episode ends but it involves retired ex-mermaids, eye patches, monkey statues, and an overly affectionate travel agent. That’s my kinda show.

Neddy

    

 

Pushing Daisies

Filed under: Days of K — Kels @ 3:54 pm

Pushing LadiesWow, this week I’ve watched alot of new shows. I watched Chuck for the first time. (Pretty funny, you should see it) The slighty funny, mostly weird new show Cavemen was only watchable. And Moonlight, about a vampire detective, was alot better than it sounds. And Bionic Women, as expected, is action packed and really cool.

Now prepare for me to push the show Pushing Daisys. It’s about a pie maker named Ned who, under unfortunate circumstances, discovers that he has the power to bring the dead back to life. But as with every gift there is a catch. If he touches someone after he’s brought them back to life they will die again. For good. Also once he keeps a dead person alive for a minute someone else will have to die in their place.

It’s a funny show in a tragic kind of way. He brings the dead back to life for a minutes, asks them who killed them, and collects the reward money. It gets complicated after  he brings Chuck, his childhood friend, back to life after she was strangled on a cruise and tossed overboard. I won’t say how the episode ends but it involves retired ex-mermaids, eye patches, monkey statues, and an overly affectionate travel agent. That’s my kinda show.

Neddy

 

Not Happy

Filed under: Days of K — Kels @ 3:52 pm

Today I did the Walk for Diabetes. My team…-ahem- my mother’s team rose alot of money this year. Maybe next year I’ll have a team of my own. That’d be awesome. It was so hot today at least 90 degrees.But otherwise the walk wasn’t that bad. The walk was five miles long, for someone with no athletic abilitys that’s alot. But I did it. And I’m pretty proud.

BTW

In other diabetes news, my mother said if I write down all my blood sugars until the end of October I can get Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock (for the wii). There’s nothing like a little healthy materialism to get me motivated. I wonder if she knows it’s $90…

Guitar Hero