That's not what the Death card means

post 36
written 2005-10-31 13:34:00

Morgan Spurlock was right. Eating a lot of McDonald's food is bad for you. Keith once pointed out that when people go to eat at McDonald's, they don't call it "food" - they call it "McDonald's." As in, "Do you want to go get some McDonalds?" I think there's something to that.

I was just trying to get some more of those Monopoly pieces. I wasn't making a documentary to reveal to America that McDonald's food is bad for you. (Shocking.) Which, coincidentally, is why I hate all those "Truth" and "Stand Against Tobacco" campaigns. We know, all right? Tobacco is bad for you. Shut up now.

Sorry. The last few days have been typified by fast food, some gaming, Saturday Night Live - which I don't watch much for the usual reason* - and snapping at people. I don't know.

Did you know the songs on REM's "Life's Rich Pageant" are listed out of order on the CD cover? It's true. I just put it on iTunes and realized I had to go through and listen to every track and make sure. Those crazy kids in REM.

I have all this Halloween candy to hand out today, and I don't think anyone's coming to collect it.

Does anyone think that dressing up as Zombie William Rehnquist would be in bad taste? "Braaaains! Overturn Roe v. Wade!"

I have a green lantern, oddly enough. I had it for about a month before realizing what it is. (It's not a cosmically powerful item, though, it's a Target home decor accent.) Someone just left it in the law school. Weird.

I think that's about it. Oh, I made a mediocre showing on my Fed Tax midterm, so that's a bitch. I thought I was really prepped and confident going in - I should have known better.


10.31.05, 1:34 PM, EST, Ada, Ohio, Where the veil between the world of the living and the dead is thin

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