Who actually trusts that guy who hawks everything from magic putty to laundry detergent and everything in between? Is he just throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks or does he honestly believe in every one of these products? Is he just the one shilling for them or is he the one actually pulling all this crap out of his butt? It’s not that they don’t look effective. It’s not that I couldn’t use six tubes of that magic putty for $19.99… it’s probably more to do with his severe voice modulation problems. Why are you yelling, buddy? Why do I fear your very life might depend on how many tubes I buy?? A touch too much pressure for me, beardy. Ya came on a little strong.
So I’m watching Family Guy and I love the way Brian’s son is a one episode story line. And how cool it is that the people closest to him were tired of dealing with how neurotic he was as a parent so they decided to get his son out of their house. … Wow. Really? And he was fine with that? “You’re such a jerk now that you’re a parent… wait, I know, I’ll get rid of your kid! Then we can be friends again! Our friendship totally trumps your responsibility to your child!” Yarg. Yet another reason why this show is often so irritating to watch.
What else. I just got back from Sacramento and my mind won’t let my body relax because it knows we’re going back this weekend. Where are we on that bending space thing, Dune?
Added: Yes, we’ve all seen the new Indiana Jones trailer and had the same question, no doubt. What is with all this anti-Germanism?!? How many times can they force you to find a spectacular relic of mythologized Christianity/Catholicism, Indy? Methinks someone hasn’t gotten over World War II or the Hitler/religious relic conspiracies explained in Constantine. *shakes head* Oh, Indy. *sigh*
I’ll be there with bells on.