Oh Joy!
2003-02-07 || And Annette Funicello as the Beaver
Soundtrack � Jon Spencer Blues Explosion � Orange

To the soundtrack of Kiss � I Was Made for Loving You playing over the sound system in the computer store tonight there were 3 teenaged boys in front of me buying something and one of the kids kept punching the other two over and over and over and over and over and over and fucking over. The whole �come on dude stop�, and then he would do it again and laugh. I�m thinking to myself �this kid has no idea how much cock he is going to suck when he goes to art school in 3 years�. The most bizarre thing about it was the �I Was Made For Loving You� thing, which although a completely horrible song when you get down to it, I love. I�ve gone to places of commerce 3 nights in a row now. I had an extended conversation with JDG when I stopped by his house tonight about shoplifting. Well, not really extended.

James Spader and the women who fuck him.

So apparently the game is over for Saddam Hussein.

I forwarded another bizarre e-mail to George Bush again and got this as usual:

-----Original Message-----

From: [email protected]

Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 12:19 AM

To: [email protected]

Subject: New enchilada recipe versus Vince Neil in a Jeep Cherokee

"And Richard Simmons as the Beaver"

-----Original Message-----

From: White House Mail Relay Autoresponder [mailto:White House Mail

Relay Autoresponder]On Behalf Of [email protected]

Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 12:20 AM

To: [email protected]

Subject: Re: New enchilada recipe versus Vince Neil in a Jeep Cherokee

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