Sunday, December 30, 2012

The other day, I thought I wanted to listen to Usher's song "burn," so I downloaded the whole confessions album. I could not have been more wrong.

When it came out, I never listened to the whole album, but now that I have, I wish I would not have. This album is just so...depressing. Aside from the one or two upbeat singles, the whole thing is just full of heartbreak. Like you wouldn't ever be hanging out with people and HOPE that they put the album on. This isn't the kind of album you listen to with friends, you'd end up bumming each other out.

Never has there been a time where someone went "Gee, I hope they play the whole confessions album by Usher to make this time even more grand than it already is."

And here's the kicker, the whole thing is about Chilly from TLC. This bitch.

Who gives a fuck about Chilly from TLC? Jesus.

Friday, December 28, 2012

Look I made a shitty logo for one of my many fictional bands, Murdered By HateFuck.

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

It snowed in Arkansas last night. A very religious girl on my facebook created a photo album of pictures of the snow. She titled the album "eight inches of bliss." I have not stopped laughing.

Sunday, December 23, 2012

want to hear an awful song from the 70's that will get stuck in your head? of course you do.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Thursday, December 20, 2012

I just finished this book, it's the first real zombie book I have ever read and man, was it awesome. Here's the gist of the plot, guy named Dekalb works for the United Nations, he is in Somalia where he meets a Somali leader woman who is in need of AIDS drugs. She makes Dekalb search all over for the AIDS drugs which leads him to New York. Get this, Somalia is virtually unaffected by the Epidemic, aka zombie apocalypse, along with the other third world countries.

The story also is about a guy who is living in New York named Gary, Gary starts out as human, but he is so afraid of being eaten, HE ZOMBI-FIES himself. Gary was a medical student and he theorized that zombies were stupid due to lack of oxygen in the brain at the time of death, so Gary used ventilators and dialysis machines as he killed himself to retain his intellect. That's right, a walking, talking, thinking zombie.

Dekalb and Gary cross paths, it goes haywire, and Dekalb's Somalian soldier girl entourage kill Gary, OR DO THEY? Gary comes back with a vengeance, with some new weird...I dont want to say powers, but he begins to be able to control other zombies. Needless to say Gary is pretty bitter at Dekalb and his posse for killing him and then wackiness ensues.

Nothing happens in this book that you would expect to, it's the first in a three part series. It really is just good. I implore you to read it and if it's any consolation, it is written really well. Apparently the book started out online somewhere, so you may be able to read it for free and that's always cool.
On Huffington Post Live, they talked about the whole Paragould becoming a police state thing. I was going to be on there. I was fairly excited because I knew my view of it NOT being okay to have cops walking around with AR-15s would not be expected. I was gonna represent the people of Paragould who aren't completely insane.

But I slept through it. The lady who contacted me never told me a time so I just slept and I slept through that shizz. I watched like two mins of who they did get, an attorney and some sports guy who SUPPORTED the nazi guys. FUCK.

I just wish they would have gotten someone who wasn't insane to interview.

Also, both those guys, wooden as fuck. I would have hated for them to have their voices fluctuate with feeling like normal human beings.

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Look I be drawing a snake. I didn't feel like doing little scales so I half-assed those.

Monday, December 17, 2012

On the mainland, we have knuckle sammiches, but in Hawaii, MOTHERFUCKERS BE HANDIN' OUT HAWAIIAN PUNCHES, OH FUUUUUUUUUUCK.
I live in Paragould, Arkansas, a town with a population of about 30,000 people, give or take. I don't care about my town or town gossip, or any of that small town nonsense, but yesterday, an article in the local paper was brought to my attention.

Apparently, there has been an increase in crime in Paragould, home invasions, robberies, general stealing, and a bunch of teenyboppers are killing themselves over being bullied or getting broken up with, you know, the usual stuff.

But now, the mayor, Mike Gaskill, is going to "take back the streets." The ingenious plan to do that is to have patrolmen walking around in SWAT gear brandishing AR-15s. If these SS soldiers see someone walking they will demand to see their I.D.'s or "papers," if we're being honest.

That's it, that is THE plan. He apparently brought it to people's attention at a town hall a baptist church, and there was only 40 people there! That's how small Paragould is, town meetings are held at a church. Can I just say 40 people out of 30,000 does not a good sample make?

Forgive me talking about this stupid shit, but the only people in the entire world who will know about these SS Soldiers walking around small town Arkansas, will be the northeast area of Arkansas, and I sort of feel like this is one of those things that people need to hear about.

One more thing, when I hear "take back the streets," I imagine an L.A. Riots type situation, not....not whatever is happening in my town that I didn't even know was happening.

Here's the real article in the Paragould Daily Press, it's a pretty ridiculous read, and look at those awful pics they took, don't even have good cameras.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

I hate Chuck Norris. I hate total gym infomercials. I hate Chuck Norris jokes. I hate Walker Texas Ranger. But get this, his real first name is Carlos. Bet you didn't know that.

Fucking CARLOS.

Friday, December 14, 2012

This is the second Jeremy Robert Johnson book I've read. The gist is that nuclear bombs were launched on, at least, the United States. The main character, Dean, survived the blast, seemingly because of his suit. Dean sewed cockroaches all over his suit. General destruction, need for survival, type of thing. Dean forms a bond with the cockroaches and he meets a woman who has formed a similar bond with ants. Each chapter just made me eager to read the next. It's a short read, but good book is good.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

My friend just introduced me to the Continue Show on youtube. It's pretty straight forward, these guys play old video games and make fun of it and awesome things happen, it's a good time.

It's not an awful let's play with horrible commentary, it's just like if you and your bros got together and played games. This is the first one I watched.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Last night, I saw Haarp Machine, Revocation, and the Facelss in STL, at Fubar. The opening band was wearing corpse paint, except for the drummer. I don't know if it was funnier because all of them but one was wearing it, or not. Like the drummer before the show was all "NO, NO IM NOT FUCKING WEARING CORPSE PAINT...but I will still perform in this band." I lold.

Saturday, December 8, 2012

The semester is over, finals are done, that means it's time to see what I've been up to this semester. These are what the notes of a psychology major look like.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

I would never get a foot tattoo, but if I did, it would probably be this since I refuse to obey the speed limit.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Found this Deadpool fan made movie, it's pretty awful, but it has its moments, especially with the yellow thought bubbles. It's called "Deadpool: A Typical Tuesday."

Friday, November 30, 2012

Whenever I find out someone's fears, I ask them if they were raped by whatever they're afraid of. For instance, if someone is afraid of storms, I ask them, "Were you raped by a storm at some point?" It works for all fears, try it out.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

In english, we shorten 'brother' to 'bro' all the time, so I wonder if in spanish they shorten 'hermano' to 'herm.' 

alright, I sort of phoned this drawing in, look at how the old english version of the capital H is supposed to look. That thing is fucking stupid and not legible as a capital H. The M I just had to shimmy in there.

Saturday, November 24, 2012

People will say that I hit the tree, but I tell that story a different way.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Did a Pikachu tattoo on practice skin today. Looks alright, that right eye could be better.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

I said this to someone once, don't regret it a bit.

Monday, November 19, 2012

I just thought you should know that a dinosaur named Ultrasaurus used to exist. Look at this thing, how disappointing.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

This is the Jerusalem Cricket.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Do you like DMX and the Reading Rainbow? Enjoy.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Just finished The Informers by Bret Easton Ellis. I was hesitant after reading American Psycho of reading another one of his books, but I had already bought it beforehand, so I gave it go. It's basically short stories with intertwining characters in Los Angeles with the normal topics of his writing; sex, drugs, violence. I liked it way better than American Psycho, for sure.

There was this quote that I cannot remember for the life of me, I even went back through the book trying to find it. It was something like "he told me to turn my frown upside down, but if I did that, I would just have a smile that was obviously turned the wrong way." Something like that.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Pssssssssssssssssssssssssssh. I got that bread.

Friday, November 9, 2012

I have a problem when it comes to movies, I have to finish them once I start them. That means I have seen a lot of just pure shit. For some reason, I think "maybe it gets better, I gotta hang in there." Most of the time, that doesn't work. What I'm trying to say is, you should really give Days of Darkness on netflix another chance, so worth it.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Navene K, formerly of Animals as Leaders and Animosity, has been working on electronic music for a while. He just released this teaser for his upcoming EP, Human Design, it's going to be free. Get on that.

Here's the bandcamp for the free EP.
Pierce Brosnan in 1995.

Pierce Brosnan now.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Monday, November 5, 2012

I saw this front license plate on a Tahoe or something the other day. PROTIP: Don't name your kid Galaxy.

Friday, November 2, 2012

Lebron James' hairline's military defense strategy.
You know I'm on that NFS: Most Wanted ish. My psn is UnsureBunny, you can't touch me.

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

My friend just showed me this video and he called it inspiring, and he was right. This thing is called the MaKey MaKey and it makes...everything...I don't know how to describe it, but it sure is fantastic.

Look, I made a Fry meme.

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

It's Halloween time and I've been watching old Bone Chillers on youtube. Think of it as if Goosebumps was at a high school. It's pretty awful, but nostaliga makes it okay. Here's a full ep.

I did notice something though, actress Linda Cardellini is in this shit! She's was Velma in the Scooby-Doo movies, but more importantly, she was the lead female, Samantha, in Grandma's Boy.

Saturday, October 27, 2012

Have you noticed that emo fat chicks and hipsters have "taken" owls lately?
The name of my Grand Am is Jean Claude Grand Am.

Thursday, October 25, 2012

For maximum points, show this picture to someone and don't talk to them for a whole day.
After watching the documentary, Indie Game, I really wanna play Fez. Too bad Im a PS3 kind of girl. Check it out, you can get it XBLA.

I was looking up homemade halloween costumes on youtube and I found this video. It's just so very, very awful.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

This is awful and cheesy.

I guess that is one of those special batteries that is positive on both ends, whoops.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

I don't know if Ralphie May is funny because any time I try to watch his specials his chin jiggles hypnotize me.

I drew this from an actual pic of Ralphie May, sort of looks like Peter Griffin though.

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Have you ever looked at a world map and really looked at the size of Antarctica? I mean, that thing stretches almost all the way across. Apparently it's only the fifth largest continent, so its' length is a little misleading, but it's almost twice the size of Australia. Antarctica is considered a desert, wait what? Yeah.

Antarctica doesn't have any permanent residents, but the amount of people there for research purposes ranges anywhere from 1000 to 5000 at any given moment. There is even a church there. A CHURCH. The church is ran by one or two priests at a time, that rotate. Can you imagine that? "Later honey, I will be back in six months, the polar bears need religion."

There are even people who have been born there. That shit never even crossed my mind.

Who owns Antarctica? Surely no one, right? WRONG. Well sort of. There are several countries who own territories there; the United Kingdom, New Zealand, France, Norway, Australia, Chile, and Argentina. Not to mention other countries signed a treaty back in the day stating their interest in owning territories there, but don't actually own any, they are Brazil, Peru, Russia, South Africa, and the United States. WHAT THE SHIT. Does South America know something that we don't?

There's even a treaty preventing these countries from putting military operations there. Woah.

Antarctica has got a lot going on.

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

found out tonight that drawing hair is the hardest easy thing to draw.