Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Quote (paraphrased)

"Alcohol is like love. The first kiss is like magic. The second, intimate. The third, routine. After that, you take the girl's clothes off."
-Walter Ingle

Monday, November 2, 2009

Wow! I'm a slacker people...Starting fresh in November

"It's all connected. Even if there are webs way out there, there's that little strand connecting it. Everything's connected."
-Sam Cox

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Clayburn Quote of the Week (10-Something) and Sunday Quote of the Day

I'm 22 years old- I need to start looking my own age.
-Zach Clayburn, who is 22 going on 70

(Cute girl walks out door) Hurry up guys- I need to get out that door!
-Kroger Customer, looking to get his order finished so he could, um, spit his game.....

Friday, October 23, 2009

Quote O' The Day

Misery loves company.
-Nick Lalonde

Thursday, October 22, 2009

Best Scene in Transformers 2

All credit goes to Paramount Pictures and Hasbro. This is not my movie- I just really love this scene. It's a great scene for friendship, showing the relationship between Sam and Bumblebee.

Thursday= Transformer Quotes Day

Fate rarely calls upon us at a moment of our choosing.
-Optimus Prime

Young fella, you are the person I care about most in my life. If there's anything you need, I won't be far away.... there's some things you just can't change.....we, we've got to stick together!

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Twosday Quote of the Day

The tongue must be heavy indeed, because so few can hold it.
-Sam Cox

Monday, October 19, 2009

Wonderful Things in Life

Often times in this busy world, we forget to enjoy things. It has been said that the simple things in life are those most easily enjoyed- or something like that, anyway. The truth is, I like a lot of little things. Little things make a big part of my life. SO, without furter a do, here's a few things I enjoy. You may agree, or not. If you've never heard, seen, or smelled these things, try it.

1. The smell of gasoline. Yes, I know it's toxic. That's why I don't huff it. But ever since I was little, something about this aroma has been pleasent to me. I always loved going to the gas station with my parents, just so I could smell it. I think it's because, in my DNA somewhere, I really need to be a NASCAR driver or some kind of racer....

2. Seeing my name spelled correctly on personalized pencils, keychains, etc. We've all seen them. Little personalized trinkets with your name on them. Thing is, these only come in the more common names. And while Brian is a common enough name, that is NOT how my name is written on my birth certificate. It is Br-Y-an. Therefore, my name very rarely appears on these little goodies. And while I don't necessarily wish to purchase anything like this, it's nice to look at them and see my name, spelled with a "y" and all.

3. Acoustic covers of "real" songs. While I love to hear the original version of songs, I also love to hear an artist take out all the flair and flash that goes with an album version of a song or even a song in concert, and strips it down to a guitar/piano/violin and their voice. Even better- someone other than the original artist does it. I find great pleasure in finding great talent on websites such as YouTube, where someone out there has the ability to play Ozzy Osbourne's Crazy Train on violin or sing Hellogoodbye's Here in Your Arms without the assitance of a computer or vocater.

4. Fog. I love fog. I love to look out the window in the morning, and not be able to see a thing. Few things in the world are more peaceful than being on a smooth lake early in the morning, just as the sun is coming up, and seeing fog rising from the water. Speaking of lakes.....

5. Catching fish. I love to fish. I love to compete against humans in sports, but few things are as rewarding as beating a fish. Fish, while not as intelligent, have far more advantage than humans. In sports, we are both adapted to the playing field. We are all adapted to land. When fishing, the fish is in its element- water. We are in ours- land. So then it comes down to who is better adapted- the water-liver v. the air-breather. Such a challenge.

6. Sunlight. I hate rain. With a passion. If I lived in Seattle, I might possibly have jumped off the Space Needle by now. Nothing can perk up my day like stepping out of a building into warm sunlight. I just really should live in the American Southwest, I suppose.

7. Cherry Coke from Chick-FIl-A. Try it.

8. Hitting a bulls-eye with a gun, bow, etc. If you've ever shot anything that will shoot, then you know how rewarding it is when you hit the target. Even better? When you place a bullet or arrow right where the four lines meet up to make the X in the centre. Oh yes.

That's all I have for now. I'll ponder on this, and get back at you with some more. In the meantime, look for some of the things that cheer you up, and post them as a comment. :)

Double Quotes! I missed another day!

It is even harder for the average ape to believe it has descended from man.
-H.L. Mencken

90% of everything is crap.
-Theodore Sturgeon

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Clayburn Quote of the Week (10-Something)

-As Clayburn walks out the door to leave work-

Josh Preston: Hey Zach, don't drive too fast.
Zach Clayburn: Listen, I'll drive as fast I want. I'll go 65, and be home in 5 seconds.


Saturday, October 17, 2009

Meant to Do This Friday...

Don't live in a town where there are no doctors.
-Jewish Proverb

UM......... DUH!

Thursday, October 15, 2009

MIssed Wednesday- So Here's 2

Never go to bed mad. Stay up and fight.
-Phyllis Diller

Don't be a fool and die for your country. Let the other sonofa(gun) die for his.
-General George S. Patton

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Quote of the 12th of 10

Teach? Patti P has too much swagger!
-Grant Roberts


This is at my school, ladies and gentlemen. As in, my teachers.....

Monday, October 12, 2009

Quote of 10-11 (Happy Burfday Victory!)

Q: How old should you be to date?
Cody Soper: Old enough to afford Olive Garden.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

The 10-10 Rule has a Quote?! Clayburn Quote of the Week

My name isn't Claybeezy- it's Clayborn! I mean.. ahh!
-Zach Clayburn

This man has told me multiple times NOT to call him Clayborn, then does it to himself. Oh Zach... gotta love him.

Friday, October 9, 2009

Quote of the Day of the 9th of October of 2009

An undefined problem has an infinite number of solutions.
-Robert A. Humphrey

The Beauty of Sleep-Writing or Texting

We've all done it: text or write while falling asleep. Your words get mixed up, your spelling dies, and things get funny. Here's an excerpt from an essay I was writing tonight- enjoy. Pay special attention to the last line....

"This expansion of the federal government was exactly what members of the Anti-Federalist party claimed would occur over time. Such men as Thomas Jefferson felt that the Constitution allowed room for the central government would eventually grow to be an overbearing, maniacal bully that would boss around the states. With the constant growth of the federal, how can you say that they are wrong? It would seem that the inverse is, in fact, the “real deal.” The federal government is taking over, with the states being put to the side. This is the very shift in power that the Federalists said would not occur, and that the Anti-Federalists said was just a matter of time. Sure, it’s been a long time, with no food or water in the backpack."

If you can figure out how I managed to go from the expansion of federalistic power in America to having no food or water in a backpack, I'll give you a cookie.

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Quote of the October 8th-day Thing

The best two things a parent can give to a child are roots and wings: roots to grow with, and wings to leave with.
-Patti Palmer

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Coach Ruddell's Inspirational Ship Speech

This is the inspirational speech Coach Ruddell loves to give about people who quit...
"Back when I was still coaching, and we'd lose three or so in a row, I'd pull the guys into the locker room and get my chalkboard. And I'd draw this ship, and it's sinking. Down at the bottom, you see these guys with buckets. They are working as hard as they can, bailing out water. Cause they want to save the ship. Then, at the top, you've got the rats. The rats aren't trying to save the ship. They're looking to jump out and get onto another boat. They're quitters. I don't even want them getting on another boat. I wanna kick them off and watch em drown. I want to watch them drown. You should want to be down there with hammers and nails and buckets, bailing water and fixing holes, trying to save what you got. And don't be up at the top yelling down, 'Do this, do that.' Get down there and do it yourself. Be a winner- that's who is saving the ship.
Give all you have. Ever heard someone say, 'Give 110%?' Guess what- that's impossible. You can't give more than 100%, and if you do that, you've given it all you have and you're dead. You're dead. So, whatcha really wanna give is 99%, that way you can stay alive. And if you're walking off the field or the court, and you can hold yourself up and don't need an oxygen tank, then you didn't give 99%; you gave more like 95% at best. The only acceptable way to lose is to die, and then be declared the loser by death. It's ok to lose if you die. Then you gave it all you had."

Hump Day Quote!

It is not enough to succeed. Others must fail.
-Gore Vidal

Here In Your Arms: My Favourite Song

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Tuesday is not a Bluesday: Quote O' The Day

An optimist stays up to see the New Year in. A pessimist waits to make sure the old one leaves.
-Bill Vaughan

Monday, October 5, 2009

Monday, Monday, Monday- Quote of the Day

Sanity calms, but madness is more interesting.
-John Russell

Sunday, October 4, 2009

Saturday's Quote: Clayburn Quote of the Week

"In order to have a New York accent, you must be from at least Ohio."
-Zach Clayburn

I tried to tell him that I was pretty sure that the only way to have a New York accent was to be from New York....

Friday, October 2, 2009

A Shoplifter Is Stopped

So, I was going to get off my shift in ten minutes when a co-worker of mine yells, "Hey, we have a customer trying to walk out with groceries!" Yee-haw, I love shoplifters.

So, Heather at the help desk calls frantically for our manager via intercom, as the man is walking slowly out the down with the stolen goods. He's yelling, "I'll be right out here!"

Now, I have front row seats. I am standing next to the help desk, which has a spectacular view of both U-Scan, where the customer is pulling a Danny Ocean from, and the door of which he is leaving through. Next to me is Walter, our fuel attendent for the evening.

Now, allow me to tell you about Walter. Walter has never had great health, at least since I've worked with him. I mean, the man walked with a cane in the not-so-distant past. Keep this in mind.......

Walter puts his Coke down, and sprints toward the door. He turns out the door, runs up to the shoplifter, and literally snatches the cart from his grasp. Walter brings the cart in and hands it off to Mr. Ley-our manager for the night-and then meanders back on off to fuel like nothing had ever occurred.

Mr. Ley then confronts the now-livid thief. This man does not intend to pay, but Mr. Ley sees it otherwise. They, as well as the cart full of groceries, return to U-Scan.

Mr. Ley insists the man pay up. At this point, the man gets up in my managers face and is screaming, then starts pounding his fist on the U-Scan attendent's station.

Now, Mr. Ley is an intimidating man. Picture this: young guy, perhaps 30, with a shaved head. Stands approximently 6 feet, 4 inches tall, weighing in at 190+ of nearly all muscle. I wouldn't scream in his face for anything.

Mr. Ley, as we assume, mentioned the fact that the Nicholasville Police were on their way. At this point, the man calmed down, payed up, and left.

It is at this point I leave you. The police were in route when I walked out the door, and I have heard no new news.

Did I mention that I love shoplifters?

Double Quotes! I missed Thursday, you see....

You have to be the captain of your own ship.
-Joe Ruddell

Did you wake up this morning, look yourself in the mirror and say "I'm gunna be a loser today?"
-Joe Ruddell


John Smith started the day early having set his alarm clock (MADE IN JAPAN ) for 6 am. While his coffeepot (MADE IN CHINA ) was perking, he shaved with his electric razor (MADE IN HONG KONG ).He put on a dress shirt (MADE IN SRI LANKA ), designer jeans (MADE IN SINGAPORE ) and tennis shoes (MADE IN KOREA).After cooking his breakfast in his new electric skillet (MADE IN INDIA ) he sat down with his calculator (MADE IN MEXICO ) to see how much he could spend today. After setting his watch (MADE IN TAIWAN ) to the radio (MADE IN INDIA ) he got in his car (MADE IN GERMANY ) filled it with GAS (from Saudi Arabia ) and continued his search for a good paying AMERICAN JOB. At the end of yet another discouraging and fruitless day checking his computer (made in MALAYSIA ), John decided to relax for a while. He put on his sandals (MADE IN BRAZIL ), poured himself a glass of wine (MADE IN FRANCE ) and turned on his TV (MADE IN INDONESIA ), and then wondered why he can't find a good paying job in AMERICA AND NOW HE'S HOPING HE CAN GET HELP FROM A PRESIDENT MADE IN KENYA !

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Kimbo Slice vs. Roy Nelson

Kimbo and Roy fought tonight on the Ultimate Fighter. Kimbo lost due to TKO in the second round. Reason Kimbo was TKO'd- Nelson was so fat that he squished Kimbo. That was out of control. Kimbo should be brought in to replace the injured guy next week, tho. Hopefully, Kimbo's next fight will be against someone smaller than Jabba the Hutt. KIMBO!!!!!

Windy Wednesday of Septemberrrr: Quote O' The Day

Vote early and vote often.
-Al Capone

This isn't that deep of a quote- I just thought it was funny that Al Capone said it.... :)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009


I saw Zombieland tonight, courtesy of a certain Mr. Todd Hart and the fact that his father owns Mad Mushroom. Ahh, nothing beats free viewings of movies- before they come out. This movie is thoroughly hilarious, by the way, and is worth seeing when you get the chance. One part of the movie references "Zombie Kill of the Week." So, I'm going to come up with some "ZKofW" contenders.

Contestant One: A native of Columbia, South Carolina, this person killed a zombie by way of throwing an angrey Steve Spurrier at them. After Spurrier ripped said zombie to shreds, he ran over this zombie with a Cockaboose.

Contestant Two: This person hails from the downtown section of Chicago. Thier zombie-killing method: leading a zombie up to the roof of the Sears Tower, only to trick them into jumping off the edge after a mannequin.

Finally, Contestant Three: This woman is an Alaskan that managed to get a zombie into the frozen wilderness, only to lead it into a group of angry walruses. The angry, over-grown seals impaled the zombie with their tusks.

Please vote on your winner. :)

T is for The Twenty-ninTh, a Tuesday in ocTober: Quote of the Day

The longest journey is the journey inward.
-Dag Hammarskjold

Monday, September 28, 2009

Check This Girl Out- I Love Finding Youtube Talent!

Intramural Frisbee Power Rankings: Week 4

Power Rankings

1. All Your Disc Are Belong To Us
2. Suspended Congress
3. Public Enemies
4. Justice League
5. Str8 Rippin
6. Faculty 3.0
7. Kryptonite
8. Gravity Kills
9. The Caretakers
10. Strangers With Candy
11. Hi
12. Phat Kids
13. Pink Penguins
15. Ballstein Models
16. Chain Gang
17. Infinite Squad
18. Bee-Ware!

Case of the Septembre 28th Mondays: Daily Quote

The goal of all inanimate objects is to resist man and ultimately defeat him.
-Russell Baker

Here I Am

Hey, so, guess what. I'm a loser. What kinda guy blogs? hahaha Oh well, should be interesting.

So, the point of this blog is basically for me to just ramble. Ramble about work. Ramble about school. Ramble about life. I'm a rambler.

I wish I knew if "rambler" was a word- too bad I'm too lazy to look it up! Someone wanna do that?? :)

I was out of school today. I love three day weekends. And, um, well.... I discovered how un-motivated I am. It took me almost three hours to get goin today. Then I mowed. And went to work. Fairly boring day, to be honest. Work was a bit chaotic, but not note-worthy, to be honest. Trust me, there will be plenty of work stories........

I saw part of Rocky for the first time today, and part of Rocky II. I need to watch those.

That's pretty much all I've got for today- all kinds of new ideas for this thing. I'll work on it.

T-Minus six days until Public Enemies vs. All Your Disc vs. Faculty!