Thursday, November 03, 2005

Dear Senator

How fortunate are we to have the freedom to address our governing bodies with our concerns without fear for our safety. Whether or not we as citizens and you as servants of this great nation share the same beliefs, ideals, principles or faiths; we do share the freedom to do so, or more importantly to not do so. I ask that you and your colleagues please forgive our lack of appreciation for all you do. As a child may not understand the reasons of a parents rule; we protest your concern for our best interest. We trust our well being is a foremost thought when you neglect to listen. And in times of difficulty for you to discern what is best for "We the People" and best for your belief; you will refer to the proper guide in making your decision. Did we forget why our ancestors came to this land. Did we rewrite the fundamentals our fore fathers built our nation on. I did not forget how those before me fled religious persecution to this land. The people were forced to bear arms and give their lives for something greater than the land beneath their feet. And so it was written our right to freedom of thought, freedom of faith and freedom to live in pursuit of happiness. I am sure you are all quite aware of what you have dedicated your lives great efforts for. Maybe the lies, the pain and disregard for our concerns were to teach us all a great lesson. Is it the greed, the control, do we deserve this punishment or have you forgotten what it is that sustains our beloved nation, that which you stand upon. THE SEPERATION OF CHURCH AND STATE!

Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Welcome to!

Welcome to!
Katrina and Rita Support!
This is great if like me, you are quite weary of these so-called charities who people blindly donate money to with out realizing the dollar they donate often affords only a dime to benefit the actual people they want to help.

Government, Movies and all things considered

When NASA first started sending up astronauts, they quickly discovered that ballpoint pens would not work in zero gravity. To combat the problem, NASA scientists spent a decade and $12 billion to develop a pen that writes in zero gravity, upside down, underwater, on almost any surface including glass and at temperatures ranging from below freezing to 300o C. The Russians used a pencil.

All radios in North Korea have been rigged so listeners can only receive a North Korean government station. The United States recently announced plans to smuggle $2,000,000 worth of small radios into the country so North Koreans can get a taste of (what their government calls) "rotten imperialist reactionary culture".

Physicists have already performed a simple type of teleportation, transferring the quantum characteristics of one atom onto another atom at a different location.

A woman was chewing what was left of her chocolate bar when she entered a Metro station in Washington DC. She was arrested and handcuffed; eating is prohibited in Metro stations.

As part of a charity event, 500 cats were spayed and neutered in the cafeteria of an elementary school. School was cancelled for days and $10,000 was spent on cleaning and sterilizing the room.

The United States has five percent of the world's population, but twenty-five percent of the world's prison population.

A house in Baghdad worth $15,000 before the Iraq war now sells for $120,000 to $150,000.

In 2004, one in six girls in the United States enter puberty at age 8. A hundred years ago, only one in a hundred entered puberty that early.

So far, Congress has authorized $152,600,000,000 for the Iraq war. This is enough to build over 17,500 elementary schools.

Americans take an average of just ten days per year vacation. In France, the law guarantees everyone five weeks of vacation, and most full-time workers get two full months vacation.

The IRS admits that one in five people who call their help line get the wrong answer to their question.

20% of Americans think that the sun orbits around the Earth.

There is a new television show on a British cable called "Watching Paint Dry". Viewers watch in real-time. Gloss, semi-gloss, matte, satin, you name it. Then viewers vote out their least favorite.

French author Michel Thaler published a 233 page novel which has no verbs.

David Bowie thinks he is being stalked by someone who is dressed like a giant pink rabbit. Bowie has noticed the fan at several recent concerts, but he became alarmed when he got on a plane and the bunny was on board.

Almost 20% of the billions of dollars American taxpayers are spending to rebuild Iraq are lost to theft, kickbacks and corruption.

More than 8,100 US troops are still listed as missing in action from the Korean war.

In 1965, auditions were held for the "Monkees" TV show. Some of the people who responded (but were not hired) were Stephen Stills, Harry Nilsson, Paul Williams and Charles Manson.

71% of office workers stopped on the street for a survey agreed to give up their computer passwords in exchange for a chocolate bar.

George W. Bush and John Kerry are 16th cousins, three times removed.

If current trends continue, Medicare costs will absorb 51% of all income tax revenues by 2042.

The prison system is the largest supplier of mental health services in America, with 250,000 Americans with mental illness living there.

Newest trend in the Netherlands: Tiny jewels implanted directly into the eye.

Researchers have found that doctors who spend at least three hours a week playing video games make about 37% fewer mistakes in laparoscopic surgery than surgeons who didn't play video games.

World War II veterans are now dying at the rate of about 1,100 each day.

George W. Bush is probably going to be the eighth president in US history to have completed a term in office without ever having issued a single veto.

A deployed air bag adds as much as $2,000 to the cost of repairing a vehicle. That's enough for insurance companies to often declare the car "totaled".

Life Savers got their shape by a malfunctioning machine, which mistakenly punched a hole in the center of each candy.

SUV sales are up 18% in the first quarter of 2004 vs. the same period of 2003, even though gas prices are skyrocketing. Consumer surveys show that gas prices would have to hit $3.75 per gallon before there will be any real impact on SUV sales.

Jimmy Carter once reported a UFO in Georgia.

There are 150,000,000 cell phones in use in the United States, more than one per every two human beings in the country.

A Boeing 767 airliner is made of 3,100,000 separate parts.

The average child recognizes over 200 company logos by the time he enters first grade.

Last December, the House of Representatives earmarked $50,000,000 to create an indoor rain forest in Iowa.

Amusement park attendance goes up after a fatal accident. It seems many people want to ride upon the same ride that killed someone.

For every ton of fish that is caught in all the oceans on our planet, there are three tons of garbage dumped into the oceans.

In 1991, the average bra size in the United States was 34B. Today it's 36C.

U.K. telecom provider Telewest Broadband is testing a device that hooks to your PC and wafts a scent when certain e-mails arrive.

The average North Korean 7-year-old is almost three inches shorter than the average South Korean 7-year-old.

In 1993, David McLean developed lung cancer. He died on October 12, 1995. McLean's death made him the second Marlboro Man to die of lung cancer. Another actor, Wayne McLaren, died in 1992 at the age of 51 from lung cancer.

There is a bar in London that sells vaporized vodka, which is inhaled instead of sipped.

In an effort to encourage the use of nuclear energy, the United States lent highly enriched uranium to countries all over the world between 1950 and 1988. Enough weapons-grade material to make 1,000 nuclear bombs has still not been returned by such countries as Pakistan, Iran, Israel and South Africa.

Every year, 2700 surgical patients go home from the hospital with metal tools, sponges, and other objects left inside them. In 2000, 57 people died as a result of these mistakes.

Eleven top executives of the Direct Marketing Association (the telemarketers' group that is trying to kill the federal "Do Not Call" list) have registered for the list themselves.

In 2003, the Transportation Security Administration dropped a requirement that air marshals pass a marksmanship test. Some applicants were even hired after they repeatedly shot flight attendants in mock hijacking episodes.

As of January 2004, the United States economy now borrows $1,500,000,000 each day from foreign investors.

During Bill Clinton's entire eight year presidency, he only sent two e-mails. One was to John Glenn when he was aboard the space shuttle, and the other was a test of the e-mail system.

Albert Einstein never knew how to drive a car.

The Mars Rover "Spirit" is powered by six small motors the size of "C" batteries. It has a top speed of 0.1 mph.

Microsoft threatened 17 year old Mike Rowe with a lawsuit after the young man launched a website named

As of January 1, 2004, the population of the United States increases by one person every 12 seconds. There is a birth every eight seconds, an immigrant is added every 25 seconds, but a death every 13 seconds.

The chance that you will die on the way to buy your lottery ticket is greater than the chance of you winning the big prize in most lotteries.

An average of 100 people choke to death on ball point pens each year.

Barbie's full name is Barbara Millicent Roberts.

The liquid inside young coconuts can be used as a substitute for blood plasma.

The Bible has been translated into Klingon.

Toto was paid $125 per week while filming the "Wizard of Oz".

Fidgeting can burn about 350 calories a day.

To help reduce budget deficits, several states have begun reducing the amount of food served to prison inmates. In Texas, the number of daily calories served to prisoners was cut by 300, saving the state $6,000,000 per year.

Pope John Paul II is the world's Scrabble champion in the over-70 category.

Ted Turner owns 5% of New Mexico.

Over 8 years, this happened 284 times: "Cosmo" Kramer went through Jerry Seinfeld's apartment door.

There are more 100 dollar bills in Russia currently than there are in the United States.

It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.

Pope John Paul II was named an "Honorary Harlem Globetrotter" in 2000.

It is believed that Shakespeare was 46 around the time that the King James Version of the Bible was written. In Psalms 46, the 46th word from the first word is "shake" and the 46th word from the last word is "spear"

Point Roberts in Washington State is cut off from the rest of the state by British Columbia, Canada. If you wish to travel from Point Roberts to the rest of the state or vice versa, you must pass through Canada, including both Canadian and U.S. customs.

The Pentagon in Washington, D. C. has five sides, five stories, and five acres in the middle.

Newborn babies are given to the wrong mother in the hospital 12 times a day worldwide.

Each year, over 1,000,000 people fail to itemize out the mortgage interest deduction on their income taxes. Last year, this amounted to $473,000,000 in taxes.

In 1998, more fast-food employees were murdered on the job than police officers.

If you know a millionaire who happens to be married, what is the most likely profession of his wife? She's probably a teacher.

Al Capone's business card said he was a used furniture dealer.

In all three Godfather films, when you see oranges, there is a death (or a very close call) coming up soon.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

I am

Who am I? I am 24 years old and I now I have found myself…no it would be truer to say I finally see myself.

A man falls into a hole and doctor passes by.
The man yells “I have fallen into this hole. Please help me get out!”
The doctor writes a prescription and throws it into the hole and continues on.
Then a priest comes upon the hole and again the man pleads.
“I have fallen in this hole. Please help me to get out!”
The priest writes a prayer throws it down to him and continues on.
A friend happens upon the hole.
The man in desperation speaks “Friend, I have fallen in this hole. Please I need your help!”
The friend jumps down into the hole.
The man looks to his friend, “You idiot now we’re both stuck down here!”
To which his friend replies, “Yes I know, but I have been here before and I know the way out.”

This is who I am. I have tried many things in life in search of what it is that fulfills me. I cannot be a doctor, nor a priest. I have been with great failure and with great success. But the only thing that has given me great peace is when I am a friend. It is who I have always been and will always be. I have spent much time trying to fight it but I always lose. I do not know how to live my life just for me. That is why I have been the girl I have been my entire existence. So I fear if my words have been mistaken as being of self evolved that I am sorry for that is not what I intended. I was alone a great deal as a child with out many to share my journey and so I always said to myself “on the other side of the earth there is someone else going through the exact same thing that I am going through and they will be fine and so must I”. It seems to me that the greatest human fear is to be alone. It is why we seek partners, friends and god. To know that someone is there. That someone believes in us. I believe in everything and everyone. My greatest fear is that no one will ever see that. That they will never know that I will always be here for you, always believe in you and always have faith in you. I will never judge you, or think ill of you or think you are not important. Knowing that, I ask one question.

I have found meaning in your words,
will you find meaning in mine.

Saturday, July 09, 2005

Word of the day

somnolent \ SOM-nuh-luhnt\, adjective:
1. Sleepy; drowsy; inclined to sleep.
2. Tending to cause sleepiness or drowsiness.

I am SOMnolent girl. This bear hibernates in the summer.

The dispair of my bear

I constantly matter how many times I re-edit, how many time I backspace, or "CNTRL Z" then "CNTRL Y", it never seems to come.

Is it the cold indifferent nature of this font that confines the words to my finger tips?

Permitted only to dispel the dialect emetic....

one7 eight...bears...linga

Monday, July 04, 2005

What do you do?
A love that's changed your life for the better.
In his presence you've felt free to grow.
To become more than you ever wanted for yourself.
Everything I had planned before him I just erase.
None of that matters to me.
All I want is to prove to him that I love him.

nly thing is he keeps you prisoner to this throne.
You're not allowed friends that are not already his own.
I'd rather remain in my tower alone.
To be seen and not heard is what he'd prefer.
All for the sake of his ego's protection.
You are not allowed to be smarter, funnier or braver than him.
How do you stay sane?
Complains that you"re to blame for why he's isolated himself.

Makes you wonder if this is where you belong...prisoner to this prince of pain.


The kingdom of GOD is inside you and all around you.
Not in mansions of wood and stone.
Split a piece of wood and I am there.
Lift a stone and you will find me.

Saturday, May 28, 2005

I am not the devil's play toy

Someone once told me that I should never speak of my shortcomings or fears aloud, nor should I fear to say what the name of a god called Jehovah, for if I did I would only be empowering the demons that are among us.
To this I respond, I am a person who’s understood that my whole life, but just in different words. To voice the things that I fear are true without having overcome them is something I knew others would use against me. For a misunderstanding of words is always prevalent. My appreciation of language is founded by the power in which it has. I speak the words that others fear repetitively, and I say them without regard any word. I see the desecration of words every day and hold contempt for those who do not see what they have done. I use my words to comfort those who do not believe in me, or believe in myself. It is the only tool I have to do something of worth on this earth. But inside of me is where I speak. Where my truth resides. As ambivalent as I am…I find this tool to be powerless to use against me.

Not Alone

I was surfing for some background noise that was aesthetically pleasing when I happened upon a promotion for a new show called “Strictly Sex with Dr. Drew”. I was ecstatic, I always favored the good doctor over all the make-shift “Poor Man”, the original co-host of “Love Line” where it was conceived on KROQ when I was in elementary. “Because sexual curiosity…is good”, even his pause was astutely placed. In my head I said “killed the cat” before he delivered his punch line. I wonder how many people would really comprehend the grave importance of what he’s saying and why he’s doing what he’s doing. I’d be exasperated to say the very least if he was lumped together with the slew of what doctors and reverends who’ve made their way from community access channels to network TV through the malevolent power of Oprah and unfaithful religion. If the religious powers governing this world would just understand and accept the human curiosity of sexuality we might just be able to impede the horrid existence of pedophilia.

As strongly as I feel about that, it’s not the reason I decided I needed to document my thoughts at this moment so I‘ll move on. Back to Bravo. I left it on that channel in the hopes that Dr. Drew’s show would be what the newest toilet cleaning product would return me to. I’ll blame it on the fact that I was on vacation as the reason why I was so dimwitted to realize what I just seen was a promotion for a future show rather than admit I was too immersed in my own thoughts to add 2 +2. What did commence after the paid announcements from their sponsors was the ending of a what I am assuming was a behind the scenes look at the show “West Wing”. It was nearing the end of the hour and the closing segment I believe they were ending with was about the importance of being a good president and having a good support system who cares for the people more than just about getting re-elected. After someone’s remarks about their enchantment with the yearning for re-election I went into the kitchenette of our villa in Dana Pointe proclaiming my own assertion about what is a truly good president. “I’d rather have a president and administration that cares enough to do what’s right for the good of the people than one who does what gets them re-elected. It’s like a parent who does something because they know that it’s better for us even though we don’t like it. We may hate them at the time but in time we will learn and appreciate them for doing it”. I know that he’s heard me say it thousand times before, he probably doesn’t even hear what I am saying but I know he understands me and I love him for it. I linger in reverie of this man that I love and am going to do great things with, who’s given me strength to believe in myself.
After I silently pledge to him all that means to me I return to hear another person I cannot recall reaffirm what I just said but with testimony that validates that I am not alone in my thoughts and that we as humans all want that. In display of what our founding fathers had embodied, Truman makes a decision he believes may be his inherent demise of re-election but must do as it is his duty as president for the betterment of American People. He is re-elected. As I write this I feel the tears in my heart well up and the murmur in my heart grow bigger.

Thursday, April 28, 2005

awareness in full bloom Posted by Hello

Popped...this one doesn't count...the other one's for marriage

Well, I would be lying if I said this was my first time. Technically it is. I have done it before but not like this. At least to me it felt different. Even so I'm going to try and make sure that it is. All the times before were just practice for this, although I'm really using this for practice. This is going to be me R.A.W. and uncut...aside from some minor editing here and there Just a bit of spell check and a thesaurus or not.

Well enough of the foreplay...

My name is ...doesn't matter...I am just somgrl8 who has a lot on my mind and what I'd like to blame on an undiagnosed severe case of adult ADD, but is probably just laziness or lack of self confidence...what was I saying...oh yeah. I'm just lost trying to get found....and hoping if I don't get to where I'm supposed least you all won't be so totally f*ed trying to keep up with me.

My thoughts are often referred to as random but que seraw seraw! right....?
I will touch on a bit of everything hopefully leading you all to my other various blogs that will be more specific so that I can become my own conbloglomerate (conglomerate ~ I'm not stupid just corny!)...of mass the next a0l ~ t!meWARN!R.

I am semi normal...I am in a longterm committed relationship, I am a daughter, sister, friend, lover, hater, basher, biter, poser, poster...friendster and even better I've got myspace!

I beg of you...tune back...or click back or whatever....I need attention...remember...I'm in the deficit in attention department...don't turn me into another G.W.!