I don’t have anything to write about today but I don’t feel like not writing. I’m in a typing limbo.
I’m really far behind in television watching, but I did catch an episode of “Kid Nation” the other day (DVR’s can be handy, yeah?). What a scary show. I wonder what other things they can make kids do?
I always say that there’s nothing I want for my birthday — why do I always forget that I really want all of the “The Simpsons” and “Futurama” DVD’s? Speaking of “Futurama,” did that show ever make it back on the air? I heard it was supposed to be on a different network. That was about a year ago.
Now I’m getting tired of Sirius satellite radio. Everytime I turn on the Punk channel it’s the Dropkick Murphy’s. Every time. I’ve got nothing against them, but every time? I end up spending more time over in 1st Wave (new wave) or the 80’s channels. Every once in a while I’ll tap the 70’s channel to see what’s up. It brings up a lot of memories, though.
I may have mentioned this before, I’m not sure, but all the pasture and farmland around where my house sits is about to be turned into industrial and commercial buildings. All of it. The town is happy about it, I’m not. I liked it the way it was, where I didn’t have to worry about the kids being hit by a truck or something. Now, it’s going to be a lot busier, a lot louder, and a whole lot uglier. But that’s what happens. I suppose, barring any kind of disaster, that eventually all space will be taken up by houses and other buildings. How sad. Maybe it’s time for all of us to keep it in our pants and slow down the growth.
If I were famous and I could get my parents to admit that my being born was an accident then I could refer to myself as a “popular misconception.” That would be funny. Unfortunately, I’m neither. Okay, I’m not popular or famous.
This is probably the only version of the Bible I’ll ever be able to read completely.
I haven’t touched my Linux in a while. I’ve been too busy playing games and stuff. Maybe soon I’ll get back on to it. It’s not been the same since I installed the new hard drive and re-installed Linux. For once I wish I could have a Linux install go the same way at least twice.
Last night I watched “1408.” I think it’s the only Stephen King based movie that I like. I wasn’t too thrilled with the ending, and I don’t think there was enough explanations, but I like John Cusack.