Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Security is for losers

I changed my mind about the seal.



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I am now adding an official seal to this blog. There have been some rumors that the college kids have hacked into this blog. Now I will add this seal that will make it safe and secure. I don't really know if the seal will make it any better, but it looks dang cool.

It Must Not Be My Week

I found out something else today. You know those college kids that "moved." Well they had a wire from my house to my neighbors house that was using the internet. They stole my internet. At first I thought it was a clothes line, but there was never any clothes on it. I went over to the line and noticed it wasn't just a wire, but an ethernet cable (cable used to connect to the internet). All this time they had been stealling my internet. What's next, them using my washer and dryer when I am not there!

Oh I spoke too soon. They were just looking through the windows trying to get in, they had all of their dirty clothes. I am going to get a guard, you'll see. It will be powerful and rip those kids to shreds.

I seem to have a caught a cold over the weekend. I believe it was from my neighbor (other side without the college kids) she had been sick and for some reason would make cookies and baked good and give them to me. I probably shouldn't have eaten the cookies that the sick neighbor mad, but I did anyways.


Saturday, October 07, 2006

Dirtbag College Kids


Friday, September 29, 2006

Okay, Really?

It is coming to the end of the month and the college kids have not kept in touch Or paid for rent. I don't know what happened to them. I went to the police and they came up with nothing. I have been putting up missing signs around town, but no one has called. I tried calling some of their friends, but they don't seem to remember their own friends. I am worried about them, they could be hurt or worse, DEAD. I don't want to be rude, but if they don't show up soon I will have to get someone else in here. It will be pretty easy to do since they brought most of their stuff with them (in the one of those U-haul Trucks) and I don't get their mail either. It is almost like they have moved out.

Monday, September 25, 2006

The Secret Life of...

Kermit the Frog.

Kermit the Frog. One of the biggest known puppets in American culture. Kermit wasn't always this way though, he first started off as a struggling chew toy just trying to become famous.

Kermit was born in Toronto, Canada to a very poor family of stuffed animals. His father, an unsuccessful children's toy, tried his best to be a great father. Kermit's mother had been recycled and used in other toys for the "hip" kids. Kermit had a hard life. When Kermit was seventeen he left home to become an actor. His father doubted Kermit from the start, but Kermit knew that if he wasn't successful he would end up in the mouth of mutt, with a missing arm or eye. Kermit didn't want this.

He started working as a mascot for a small food chain in Canada until he was fired for attacking a customer. Kermit said the customer had said racist remarks toward frogs in general. Luckily the customer didn't press charges. Kermit then went into a life of drugs and alcohol, caring for no one, but his bottle of sin. He started living under a bridge in southern Canada, until one day.

A man walked up to Kermit and asked him if he would be in a small low budget TV show. This show, The Muppets, grew to be the biggest thing since canned bread. He became the most paid puppet in all of the world, even beating Elmo by a couple million. Kermit's career fell as fast as it had begun. He started to do side jobs for car company's after his show received its lowest rating ever. Sesame Street had introduced a new edgier Burt and Ernie, that appealed to children as well as adults. Kermit had now fallen into another depression.

Today, Kermit lives with other TV show wash-outs including Gary Coleman, Optimus Prime, and Gumby. Maybe one day Kermit will rise again and take the world by storm...or not!

Kermit will Rise AGAIN!

Sunday, September 24, 2006

I'm thinking Arby's

Well my new favorite place to eat is Arby's. I used to work there a few years ago until I was fired for eating on the job. Now I go there all the time and order a milkshake and some onion rings. They know me by name which is cool. Over the many times I have been there I have hit the drive in sign. I am never paying attention and when they say pull forward I speed up really fast and take out their sign. They are very nice and they have never made me pay for it. Maybe it is because I am such a good customer.

I really like this chick that works there. Her name is Tracy and she is so sweet. She always gives me extra onion rings. I don't know if she can speak English, but she gives me looks all the time. I don't know if I can like another women after all I have been through. One has died and two have left me. I still think about Joyce, but I know it will never happen. Anyways, I just drove away like I never saw anything, poor Tracy.

Once again I am getting a new car. My old $5 Taurus bit the dirt or the road. I think I have found a few I like. I was warned by the police that I can never underground street race again so I can't have a racer. I am looking at something reliable. I loved my Buick, well until the brakes went out and it flew off of the edge and burst into flames. If anyone has any ideas for cars email me at thenewdiariesoferic@gmail.com.

The college kids that are living at my house are still gone. They haven't called or anything. I checked their room and they're empty. They must of been going somewhere that didn't have furniture. They didn't really even tell me where they were going. It is getting close to bill payin time and I am wondering when I am going to get their rent. I guess we'll see.



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The Girl Next Door

There is an older lady that lives next door to me. She is older then my parents, who are in their fifties. She has been mowing my lawn since I have moved in, which was many years ago. She never tells me when she is going to mow my lawn so it is usually a surprise. Yesterday she mowed at 5:00 am on a Saturday morning. She left no warning. I actually don't even pay her anymore, but she still comes over. I myself have never had to mow my lawn, but I think it is time to start. She is a really nice lady, but she has lost it.

What do you think I should do?

Sunday, September 17, 2006

The Good Things, The Bad Things

Well, I recently got my old computer working and I got another copy of WoW. I was pretty happy for a while, just p0wning some n00bs when a level 47 Rogue came up behind be and killed me. I wasn't able to attack at all. I reported it Blizzard because they had to be cheating! I have gone into a depression and I am unable to play WoW without uncontrollably weeping. I don't know if I can play it anymore, I thought I was the best, but it turns out I am not. I was kicked out of my clan after they had heard the news of the p0wning.


Anyway, I have been working on my house. I was watching HGTV (Home & Garden Television) and they had some great tips for "sprucing" up the siding on my house. The reason why I am really sprucing up my house is that my nosy neighbors say I am not taking car of my house. I think I might of forgotten to mow the lawn and stuff (because of WoW), but it doesn't look that bad. It has only been 2 months (and a week of pouring rain) so it really can't be that bad.

The college students have gone on a road trip for a "little while" which has been about a week and a half. They are pretty nice people, I don't really understand them, but they think I am cool. I was thinking about going on a road trip until I saw Crossroads, that movie that Britney Spears was in. It was a horrible movie in every way. I thought it was going to help me with road trips, but it was just another chick flick.

Oh Maude