Tuesday, September 11, 2012

A Few Weeks In...

It has been a few weeks since I've arrived in place where the hot weather never ends and the only scenery to be found is grass.  I have been uninhibited in my plans, because I have almost no schoolwork to destroy my time with.  I suspect my professors think we all have the intelligence of small rats, for the only work we seem to have requires about as much brainpower as running on a wheel.  I prefer it that way.  It gives me all the more time to plot.
I thought it would be fun to poison the food in the cafeteria and make it completely inedible, but it seems someone beat me to the punch.  I am fairly certain that it is mostly synthesized from plastic and dull food coloring.  I couldn't have done it better myself.
Still, this charade of being a normal citizen is wearying, and I enjoy my brief respite during the weekends, when I can head over to a certain apartment which is the base of my operations.  This life is not taxing to me morally, mentally, or physically, but it can be a bit trying socially.  Not many people here share my love for destroying everything.  It is a shame.  But I guess taking over the world is usually an endeavor carried out by one who has no one else to burden himself with.

Saturday, August 4, 2012

My Plot Unfolds

I know that no ones reads this anymore, and that may just in fact be because it has been dead for so long.  That, my friends, is all a part of the plan.  You all thought this was the ghost town where a ninth grade student once dwelt, talking of nothing in particular and writing mostly to amuse herself.  But that is where you would be so terribly WRONG.  Now that young, immature girl has grown into a young woman, heading off into the great unknown with a minivan of essentials.  Now begins her quest to take over the world.
Kansas seems a strange place to start.  It is bland, unnoticable, and fields upon lonely fields of swaying wheat come to mind, rather than the looming, glow-in-the-dark cities where most world takeovers seem to take place.  But that is exactly why Kansas is the PERFECT place to start.  No one suspects a world domination plot to start in Kansas unless the Wicked Witch of the West is about, and as far as I've heard, she's been dead for quite a while.
To start off my looming and gargantuan task, I have compiled a short list of everything that needs to be done for PHASE ONE of my plan.
1. Acquire empty mayo jar.
2. Fill with vanilla pudding.
3. Start eating it with a knife as roommate walks through the door for the first time.
4. Acquire baby picture.
5. Put it in a prominent place on desk.
6. Tell everyone who asks that it is your baby you had to leave at home.
7. Acquire empty Windex bottle
8. Fill with Gatorade.
9. Proceed to drink in public.
10. Acquire tweed smoking jacket (and a cool smoking hat).
11. Smoke pipe in style.

I may update you later, I may not.  I suppose it doesn't matter to you because you aren't reading this, but I shall post more only so that future generations may hear of me, google me, and find this, and discover how they, too, can take over the world.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

The Small World of Malt Shops.

So, I started working this summer at a malt shop near my house, which I have always dearly loved. I've already got, like, 600 dollars, and a checking account and a debit card, so...
yeah. I'm a big girl now. I work on Fridays and Saturdays, and I get asked to sub for other people a lot, since I am one of the few who will actually do it. On weekdays, Dave is my manager. Most of the workers don't really like him, but I'm not exactly sure why, cuz I think he's fine. On weekends, my manager is Brent. I dislike Brent more than Dave, because although he gives us free food and Dave only gives us half-off, he can be kind of annoying. And he thinks I'm obsessed with pokemon because he's seen my Pikachu sweatshirt, and now he always speaks in "Pikachu" to me, and told me I should put Pikachu ears on my bike helmet. I'm just glad he doesn't know I've memorized the Pokerap. And to top that, he thinks I'm a dungeon master because I knew there was a World of Warcraft trading card game and Nate didn't. I'm not sure how, because Nate is a gamer and plays WoW a lot, and I haven't played it for months, so I guess he must be living under the Blackrock Depths. I recently learned how to make malts, but I almost always have to do dishes instead, which is boring, cuz no one ever leaves. But money is cool, so I almost always close dishes when I can. And at least it gives me something to do....

Monday, June 1, 2009

7 Pounds.

So, I thought "Well, Will Smith is in it, therefore it must be good."
That was one of the worst movies I've ever seen, and I have no idea why anyone would like it. Okay, that's not true. I could see how some people would like it. They'd probly think "oh, it's so sweet. He killed himself to give his organs to 7 people. That makes his suicide totally justifiable."
And THAT is what I hated about the movie. It's like they were saying, "yeah, he committed suicide but now his girlfriend has a heart, and other people benefitted from it, too. So it's all good."
And his "friend" who totally went along with his plan. He annoyed me. If they were REAL friends, he would've stopped him.
So...yeah. If you've never seen it, its not really worth watching. A total waste of 2 hours of my life.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

A Horrifying Experience of the Extremely Boring.

Well, this break our firewall broke. Much to my dismay, this meant that we had no internet for 3 days. (well, we could check our e-mail every day, but still...)
If you have ever had this discomfort, I'm sure you would understand, but for those who haven't, let me paint a picture for you. What do you do for a whole day when you had nothing planned and no one else was really home except you?
Your options:
Read for, like, 12 hrs straight.
Watch a billion movies and die of boredom because they're all movies you've seen before (and probly way too many times) because you can't watch any movies on Hulu or instant netflix.
Take a walk, although where on earth would you go and can you really just go take a walk for 12 hours?
Draw. (but who can draw for more than, like, an hour?)
So, somehow I managed to survive death by boredom, which is not half so interesting as death by poisoned cake anyway. During my hours of death, I read Brisingr, which was, as you can imagine, horrible, but since I read the first two, I had to find out what happened. And I also drew one picture and read The Shadow of the Bear. And I watched 3:10 to Yuma, Slumdog Millionare....twice..(Love that movie, BTW. We had it from Netflix) 3 eps of Pushing daisies, some Office episodes, and half of Star Wars 6. (because I though it was Star Wars 5, which I havne't seen in forever, and then I was confused, cuz I was like, "I thought this happened in episode 6, and where the deuce is Hoth?)
Soo...yes. (and speaking of hoth, look at this: http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/41/tauntaun.html Originally an april fool's joke, it was so awesome, that they might make it real!)
And then we got our internet back, and I was saved from a horrible doom...

Saturday, January 31, 2009

My favorite movies. ever.

Okay, I have a billion favorite movies, and I'll try to put the in order of most favorite to less favorite, but it probly won't be super accurate.
"Big Kid" movies:
1. The Dark Knight
2. 3:10 To Yuma
3. Batman Begins
4. Iron Man
5. Gladiator
6. Indiana Jones & the Last Crusade (eheh...grail...) <--I don't expect anyone but Stephanie to get it)
7. Indiana Jones & the raiders of the lost ark
8. Spidermans 1, 3 and 2
9. The Lord of the Rings
10. Cloverfield
11. Life is Beautiful (this one is proby higher up on the list)
12. The Passion of The Christ
13. Transformers
14. The Devil Wears Prada
15. Matrix
16. Pirates of the Carribean
17. X-men

familyh movies:
1. The Incredibles
2. Meet the Robinsons
4. Monsters, Inc.
5. Finding Nemo
6. Cars
7. Prince of Egypt
8. The Brave Little Toaster (just for old time's sake)
9. Flushed Away
10.Robin Hood
11. Speed Racer
12. Totoro
13. The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe
14. The Lion King
15. The Princess Bride
16. Kung Fu Panda
17. The Beatles: Help!
18. Muppet Treasure Island (Cabin Fever!)
19. The Cat Returns
20. Porco Rosso
21. Howl's Moving Castle
22. Enchanted
23. The Thief and the Cobbler (orbs!)

Girly Movies:
1. Stardust
2. You've Got Mail
3. Emma
4. Pride & Prejudice
5. Little Women
6.It Happened One Night

After awhile on the first two lists, I just gave up on the order all together. But the first few are accurate.

Friday, December 26, 2008


Well, today is "Christmas Adam" as Anthony said. (The day before Christmas is Christmas Eve, so the day after Christmas must be Christmas Adam, right?)
Christmas Eve is my favorite day of the whole year. We always eat a candlelit italian dinner with the entire family, and sing Christmas carols, and then open presents. This year I got a green shirt with a bear on it that's saying "You know...sometimes I feel pretty average.." and some navy comfy pants. I also got some really good apple tea, chocolate, a $15 iTunes gift card, and some sort of decoration composed of cardboard and tape from Anthony. Also, I got an awesome card from Lisa.(that's the picture on the right) On Christmas Day we always go over to my Grandma Rumpza's house. I got some really nice earrings from my aunt Laura, and $50 as always from Grandma. Thus ends the list of Christmas Presents.