Thursday, November 27, 2008

Sunday, November 23, 2008

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Beastmaster Tribute

Listen for these 2 things....

2)Dungeons... Dragons... and Dar !!


Friday, November 21, 2008

Name the B movie from the 80s

An additional 10 points for the person who can guess the hero's name.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Hindsight is always 20/20

Which is worse?
1)Regret from not doing something that you probably should have done.
2)Regret for doing something you probably shouldn't have done.

Almost every time "regret" comes to my mind I think of The Last Unicorn.

Unicorn: I'm a little afraid to go home. I have been mortal, and some part of me is mortal yet. I am no longer like the others, for no unicorn was ever born who could regret, but now I do. I regret.
Schmendrick: I am sorry. I have done you evil and I cannot undo it.
Unicorn: No. Unicorns are in the world again! No sorrow will live in me with that joy... save one - and I thank you for that part, too.

That is an interesting theory. Being thankful for regret. Why is it that we like to be sad sometimes, and we don't want to be cheered up?

Do we sometimes subconsciously force ourselves to do something to regret, so that we can experience sorrow?

Maybe it is something we naturally do, so that we can vent out those repressed feelings and need an "excuse" to let it out.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Sometimes I don't want to hold back...

Every now and then I just want to put my manners or etiquette aside and just tell people how I really feel. It really is liberating.

"You can't make an omelet without breaking some eggs!" -- The Joker

Life is too short to beat around the bush.

Tuesday, November 18, 2008


I never got around to posting any pics from Halloween. Enjoy!!
You can click on each pic to "McSupersize" it.

Above picture is my "home-made" costume. It makes me a little over 7 feet tall. Pretty scary for a 5 year old.


Yes, that is Michael Meyers looking down from upstairs.


Above are creepy spiders and a killer clown named "Simmons".


It isn't halloween without a graveyard.

Saturday, November 15, 2008

Want some pie?!?!?

I wasn't sure it was going to be a hit for everyone. Here is another.

Friday, November 14, 2008

Test blog

One step closer to Arnoldosis!

I am now 381 -- Down 5 pounds from last blog entry. BP is 127/72 which I was told was good. Resting heart rate 104. I still have work to do!!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Oh, Doctor, doctor... can't you see I'm burning, burning...

Ah, the Thompson Twerps!

I just got back from the doctor today for the 1st half of my physical. Since I have started my exercise regimen I've lost 15 pounds according to the doctor, in the last month or so. My BP has improved from borderline to good.

I'm sick and tired of being... sick and tired. I've made some good progress. I'm about 6 pounds away from my first target weight goal of 380. I topped out around 415 to 420 pounds. I lost track after I got past 400, because my scale screams "ERROR" past 400. (My doctor's scale goes to 600.)

My 2nd target weight loss goal is 360. I'm not perfect with my diet. I'm not perfect with my exercise. However, I am more consistent than I used to be.

I would like to look like the young Arnold instead of the old Arnold. But either Arnold is better than Fat Bastard.

Saturday, November 1, 2008

It's what you say, NOT how you say it.

Every now and then I have a chat with Matthew when he acts up and I have to intervene. Today he ended up hurting Nolan by way of rough housing.

I like to use metaphors to get my point across.

So I told Matthew, "When you make Nolan cry, it affects your Mom and Dad mentally and physically. It is like taking your fingernails and scratching the surface of a chalkboard." I motioned my fingers going down the chalkboard and cringing.

I got a blank stare. Deb joined in, "They have dry erase boards at schools now."

I thought for a second, and because I recently had a flu shot I decided to use that as the metaphor.

"Ok Matthew, making Nolan cry is like getting a flu shot. Instead of getting one of those thin needles you get one that is an inch thick."

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