Just give it time…
Monday October 30th 2006, 1:34 am
Filed under: My shit luck with all things,Random bits of cheese

It takes a special kind of person to track serial killers. This is because in order to know how a serial killer thinks, you have to think like them. You have to see things as they see them, know what they know, and want what they want.

I’m writing my thesis on the minds of serial killers.

I live on a college campus.

I am an urban legend waiting to happen.



From The People Who Brought You 10 Ways to Destroy the World…
Sunday October 29th 2006, 2:55 am
Filed under: Links for the Glum,Random bits of cheese

Halloween’s Top 10 Scariest Creatures.

Okay, having a pathological lack of fear, I can’t really see it. That being said, in my life I’ve seen things I can only describe as zombies and vampires. But Jack-o-Lanterns? It’s nowhere close to a creature. They can’t even stand up to stupid middle-schoolers who think they’re being rebellious because they dare to smash a glowing fruit.

Jack-o-Lanterns are pansies.



This is why they don’t have sex
Saturday October 21st 2006, 11:53 pm
Filed under: Random bits of cheese,Stains of Glee

For something that is fairly inert for about 23 hours a day, pandas are certainly jumpy.



When you have to know… for $1
Friday October 13th 2006, 1:33 am
Filed under: Random bits of cheese

I was at the Dollar Tree searching for props for Alice in Wonderland, and saw that they sell pregnency tests.

For a dollar.

Really now.



For no reason. At all.
Sunday October 08th 2006, 7:20 pm
Filed under: Random bits of cheese,Stains of Glee

R. Lee Ermey as an infant



‘Cause you can’t say ‘penis’
Monday October 02nd 2006, 3:39 pm
Filed under: General Skullduggery,Random bits of cheese

This is one of my favorite things Family Guy has ever done. Most know my proclivities towards the FCC, but for those who don’t, it basically boils down to this: If you think Seseme Street is harmful to children, it’s time to end your comission.

That’s why I love this video. Also, it’s Family Guy.

And if you’re not familiar with Family Guy, it’s time to step away from the Dungeons and Dragons playset.