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September 2005
The Carnie Jew
Tue, Sep. 20th, 2005 07:54 pm

Well, I just got my car repo'ed. It is almost hilarious. I had to get insurance for the car that I am driving (that is in my step-mother's name). I got insurance last Wednesday on Sept 14th. I asked the insurance people to fax the bank the copy of the insurance. Presuming they did this, I did not hear from anyone until today, the 20th. My stepmother got a bail bondsman to repo my car from work. I heard about it and went down to the repo place where I gave her a copy of my insurance card and told her that I would see her later.

She genuinely thought I was going to pitch a fit of some sort(which is the need for a bail bondsman), but I just gave her a copy of the insurance card and the key to the car after I chased her down across town to get my phone and things out of the car.

So.. needless to say, I am in the market for a car.


The Carnie Jew
Fri, Aug. 26th, 2005 11:41 pm

This is my father's life.

Current Mood: gloomy somber


The Carnie Jew
Sun, Aug. 21st, 2005 02:02 am

I need paxil. I think that if I had another person in my bed when I went to sleep, I would be a better person.


The Carnie Jew
Mon, Aug. 8th, 2005 12:26 am

That is horrible that he died.

I fell in love with ABC news with the 9/11 coverage. Flipping through the channels looking for the most up to date information about video and whatnot on the terrorist attacks, Tom Brokaw and Dan Rather both were very buttoned up and professional and looked like they had been through 2 hours or make-up before the broadcast. Peter Jennings was shocked. With every bit of news that rolled in, both he and I were appalled and outraged. Peter Jennings had his shirt-sleeves rolled up, his top button loosened, an appearance of having come in on his day off to relay the facts of the attacks with the viewing public.

Peter Jennings was a Canadian who was more American than any other newscaster that night.

It is a shame he has passed.


The Carnie Jew
Thu, Aug. 4th, 2005 10:21 am

So I have been working out again. Just finished my first full rotaion, arms, back, legs, etc. I'm incrediably sore. I'm also eating healthy, so I'm sore and angry from what I like to refer to as "low-grade diabetes". Other people like to refer to it as Gluttony.

This is my first day off form work in 20 days. I can now clean the house, wash clothes, mow the lawn, and do various other things that work has been interferring with.

I'm also going to try and read The Corrections today.

I have a full plate, I better get started.

Current Mood: excited excited
Current Music: "Shine on you crazy diamond"


The Carnie Jew
Sun, Jul. 17th, 2005 02:32 pm

I bought a lawnmower. I am such an adult now. I even mowed my lawn. This was the first time ever I have mowed my lawn. I feel.. umm.. good. Makes me feel empowered.. and I did it at the hottest part of the day and broke a huge sweat.. I'm such a manly man. I mow lawns.

Current Mood: accomplished accomplished


The Carnie Jew
Thu, Jul. 14th, 2005 12:03 am

Why does the no shirt thing bother me so much?

Well.. I went to Food World and when I pulled in the parking lot, I saw a guy with no shirt on. My immediate thought was, Jesus.. put on some clothes. Then I say to myself, "Wow, I guess there are other people in Jasper that ride around with no shirt"

So, I disregard the whole experience and go into Food World. Leaving Food World as I go in is the girl that works at my restaurant that has the baby's daddy/boyfriend/husband/live-in deliquent that doesn't wear clothes! IT WAS HIM! I was about to apologize to her for making fun of her husband and then, BAM.. he is the only person in the entire world who thinks Cultural and Society norms do not apply to him. Grrrr....

Current Mood: aggravated aggravated
Current Music: Ben Harper "The drugs don't work"


The Carnie Jew
Tue, Jul. 12th, 2005 12:36 am

Okay.. Now I am rocking out with NCAA 2006

The Pixies are on the soundtrack to this game.


Current Mood: crazy pumped up
Current Music: "debaser" The Pixies


The Carnie Jew
Tue, Jul. 12th, 2005 12:29 am

I am such a dork. I just bought a video game a minute after midnight the day it came out. At least it was a sports game.

When I turned 21, I waited a week before starting my long journey as an alcoholic, but video games apparently rule my life.

I'm sad.

I need paxil.

Current Mood: nerdy nerdy
Current Music: NCAA 2006 theme music


The Carnie Jew
Mon, Jul. 11th, 2005 12:11 am

I don't think I can convey how much this person makes me angry. I can't type correctly right now and my spelling is horrible and I am so angry I can barely see the screen. My face is cinched up and my eyes shaking, my ears are hot to the touch and my face flushed. This is just me thinking about this person. She is scared about the hurricane/big thunderstorm. This is the girl that didn't know who the president of the united states was, last week. She got this story rolling through my restaurant that the roads in the state of Alabama would be closed after 9pm.

Now, when I hear anything from her stupid little mouth I immediately seek to discredit her and ridicule her. Which, I understand is an inappropriate response and not respectful. But Jesus Christ she makes me Angry.

Well, I found out that The Weather Channel apparently made the suggestion for people in Birmingham to not be on the roads after 9pm due to the heavy thunderstorms. This girl translated this into, "you will be arrested if you are out on the road after 9pm. Martial Law has been enacted and a curfew has been set"

(I just had to take a break and compose myself due to my anger)

Okay.. so.. her baby's daddy / boyfriend / whatever never wears a shirt. I don't know why this bothers me so much, but it does. He always comes to pick her up at work and doesn't wear his shirt. He never really gets out of the car, but he NEVER has a shirt on. When I get up in the morning, I may walk around the house without putting on clothes. (I sleep naked) Then, I will put on underwear if I go to sit down anywhere in the house, just so I can protect my wedding tackle from splinters on wooden chairs and etc. If I go outside, I put a shirt on. EVERYONE PUTS A SHIRT ON! We are all culturally and socially trained to wear clothing. This guy is so backwoods country bumpkin that he hasn't learned this. In every restaurant in the world, "no shirt / no shoes / no service" WEAR CLOTHES YOU IGNORANT MOTHER FUC... grrr....

I mean.. look.. if I am going to the lake to go swimming, I put on a shirt for the ride over there. Does it make sense? not really in the whole "why make your bed if you are going to sleep in it again" arguments... but I do it anyway because it's what is socially acceptable.

Hmm.. I need paxil.

Current Mood: angry angry
Current Music: Nirvana - "Territorial Pissings"