Monday, January 29, 2007

Ok, I am posting again dreams 2

Ok, I have returned. It has been a while since my last post. I have not heard anything from Dennis, and if I don't hear from him again. He is still on my buddy list, though I am not sure why. I still go to the movies with Jeff on occasion. I like him, but he is a little wierd. He gets into health foods. I am so happy.! I finally FINALLY got the w-2s done today and gave them to the employees. The rest I will mail out tomorrow. I got a LOT done tonight. Unloaded then loaded the dishwasher, carried out the trash,ran a few loads of laundry, fed the dog, and filed my income taxes. Now the only thing that I have to conquer is not eating dinner tonight. My sugars were too high this afternoon, and they are dropping. I can feel it. Getting a little shaky feeling, but I am determined to control my diabetes. I am watching Discovery channel right now while typing this. I am going to have some juice if I get too shaky. But no dinner tonight. I promised my father that I would not eat dinner tonight, and I am determined to keep that promise.

Tuesday, January 23, 2007


Hello. I am going to tell you about the dream I had this morning. I say this morning because I woke, then went back to sleep. I dreamt that I went to some sort of hotel that had a nice, large indoor swimming pool. I swam alone. Then when I got out of the pool, I went to a locker room, got dressed, then I discovered that the locker room was attached to what appeared to be an airport. I thought this was pretty cool, and I look out the windows and see planes landing and taking off. Then I walk down a hallway where I come to a room that has a ride in it and this ride consists of the main body of an airplane, the part where the passengers ride, where you can get in and pretend like you are taking off and landing. Like one of the virtual reality machines for those poor folks who can't afford to go anywhere.So I get in, and at the end of the ride, I get out, and I am transported to some place along the beach.I see hippies EVERYWHERE. They are taking MASSIVE amounts of drugs.I see couples everywhere, having sex on the beach and they appear to just be tripping out on acid everywhere. The colors are so bright and clear and vivid. The hippies are friendly, asking me if I want some 'acid' with a great big smile on her face. I back away, in fear, and say 'no thanks. I have never tried the stuff, and I have no interest in doing it now'.Then she laughs aloud. My heart is pounding, thinking that she must be on some really bad acid trip.I run up the beach, their voices behind me getting louder. I turn back, but they are not following me. I find a road, and then run back to the hotel with the pool

Friday, January 19, 2007

Yahoo News

Fri Jan 19, 4:18 PM ET

PARK CITY, Kan. - Thieves or souvenir hunters caught with pieces of BTK serial killer Dennis Rader's former home will be prosecuted "with glee", the mayor said.

Earlier this month, Park City bought the suburban Wichita house from Rader's ex-wife for a little less than $60,000 with plans to tear it down and build a park access point.

Rader and his family lived in the home for 25 years before he pleaded guilty to killing 10 people between 1974 and 1991. He is serving 10 consecutive life terms in prison. Rader called himself BTK for his preferred method of killing, "bind, torture and kill."

The city would not disclose when demolition would begin or where the debris would be buried or burned. "This is not meant to be a spectacle," Mayor Dee Stuart said Thursday.

On Friday, at least one seller on eBay offered to ship a box full of wood purported to be from the interior walls of Rader's home. The online auction site also had a posted picture of a demolished structure, though Rader's home is still standing.

The auction was to end next Wednesday, but eBay posted a notice Friday afternoon that said bidding had ended with no bids received.

It was not immediately clear whether eBay or the seller stopped the auction.

Catherine England, an eBay spokeswoman, said eBay prohibits auctioning so-called "murderabilia" out of respect for the families of murder victims and as part of its policy on offensive material.

Shortly after Rader's arrest in February 2005, people tried to use eBay to sell tickets Rader had written as an animal control officer, Stuart said. The auctions were eventually removed, she said.

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Feeling better

I am feeling better today and looking forward to going back to work. The only thing I don't like now is the pile of work that is no doubt going to be on my desk. I did not work yesterday-as I was still sick. I did not get any sleep last night or the night before, but I did get some yesterday morning. Tonight when I get home, I am not going anywhere. My butt is staying home every night, at least for the next 5 or 6 nights. I am probably still contagious. I think I would go crazy if I did not have my internet service and my Heidi. She has been wonderful for the entire time. Best dog ever. I did not sleep last night, so this afternoon is probably going to drrrrrrag. Tonight I will try to go to bed around ten pm. Try to get some sleep.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Biological Terror alert

Bronchitis: Do not ever get it. I reccommend that you stay away from it as much as possible, esp if you are diabetic. It will cause you to cough up greenish yellow phlegm, give you horrible coughing fits, and cause you to get so sore from coughing, that your muscles will start to ache. I have had it before, and I suspect I have it now. My Doctor prescribed a strong antibiotic, and it seems to be working, but today I was off of work because I felt really sick. I am taking robitussinDM for the coughing and for the first time in about 3 days I will finally get some decent sleep!

Thursday, January 11, 2007

The Duke Rape Case update from Yahoo! News

Judge orders paternity test in Duke case 2 hours, 8 minutes ago

DURHAM, N.C. - The judge in the Duke University lacrosse case has ordered a paternity test to determine the father of a child born to the woman accusing three players of sexual assault.


Superior Court Judge W. Osmond Smith III requested the paternity test in a written court order filed Wednesday.

Defense attorneys had first requested the test in December before the child was born to eliminate any paternity question. The woman said she was attacked by the players during a team party in March.

Smith approved the paternity test during a hearing in December, but didn't make the order official until Wednesday.

The accuser gave birth to a girl last week at UNC Hospitals in Chapel Hill, a person familiar with the case has told The Associated Press. The source spoke anonymously because the information had not yet been made public.

Durham County District Attorney Mike Nifong has said the pregnancy is almost certainly unrelated to the night of the team party. Both sides agreed the test should be conducted to silence any doubts about a connection to the case.

Rape charges were dropped against the three players last month though they still face charges of sexual offense and kidnapping. All three maintain their innocence.

Smith also ordered that attorneys be given transcripts from a closed-door hearing they attended in December to discuss sealed records in the case. The transcripts were ordered sealed, and no details were provided about what was discussed during the hearing.

Defense lawyers have asked for records detailing the accuser's military service, social services interaction and medical information.

Sunday, January 07, 2007


My computer is giving me fits. Rather, I think it may be something I am doing. I am frustrated. I have to exit windows at least two or three times a night. Really is starting to piss me off. My dsl is supposed to be lightning fast, it is, but some things are still ssssslllllooooowww to load. I do a windows clean up hich seems to help a little bit, but somehow, if I leave my computer on all day, and when I get home from work, I have been kicked off line. My Tower is from Emachines, my DSL is from Yahoo(as well as my internet service) and my monitor is a Gateway. I have had the same monitor for seven years. I have had the Emachines tower for about two years. Get this: My old tower fizzles out. I take my old Gateway tower in to Best Buy to see if they can fix it. They can't so I buy a new Emachines tower from Best Buy. Ok so far no problems, right?. I have no problems with Best Buy. The people that helped me out were super. Ok here is the strange part: I get home, hook up the tower, everything works ok. I get this thing called a REBATE. This is where it gets hairy. I fill out the appropriate info, and I wait about a month to get the thirty dollars that the factory said they would send me. Nothing happens, so I call and then they tell me that the product I bought must have already been purchased by someone else because the rebate number on my certificate was already used,a nd they cannot issue rebates in those cases. I told them the item was new when I bought it and even sent them the info. Waited another month, I called again and was told that I was not getting the thirty dollars I was promised. Nothing on the reciept I had said anything about not getting the thirty dollars. It just said send proof of purchase, the copy of the reciept and they would send the thirty dollars. They look for any excuse to NOT send the rebates.

Friday, January 05, 2007

Booo rah!

I am bback! I was posting on the internet news message boards on the first of the year, now I am taking break for a few weeks from it. Loving life soo much. I went shopping the other night and spent about 300 dollars of my Christmas money. I have more to spend. Money is fucking good.I have spent every waking day, sans one , with my girl Heidi. She is eleven years old. Man, do I love her. Raised her since she was just an 8 week old pup.Today, as I post this, afterwards I am going to get the sqaulling baby of the group, Schatzii.She is growing up very nice and sweetly. I will get more pics up as soon as I can figure out the this new confangled camera works. Bye for now:)

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

Yahoo on Saddam

Grainy cell phone video of Saddam Hussein's execution triggered international criticism Tuesday, with Britain's deputy prime minister calling the leaked images "unacceptable" and the Vatican decrying the footage as a "spectacle" violating human rights.


Meanwhile, the Italian government pushed for a U.N. moratorium on the death penalty, Cuba called the execution "an illegal act," and Sunnis in Iraq took to the streets in mainly peaceful demonstrations across the country.

The unofficial video showed a scene that stopped just short of pandemonium, during which one person is heard shouting "To hell!" at the deposed president and Saddam is heard exchanging insults with his executioners. The inflammatory footage also showed Saddam plummeting through the gallows trapdoor and dangling in death.

The grainy video appeared on the Internet and Al-Jazeera television late Saturday. On Tuesday, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki ordered an investigation into the execution to try to uncover who taunted the former dictator, and who leaked the cell phone footage.

At the United Nations, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon ran into trouble on his first day of work when he failed to state the U.N.'s official stance opposing capital punishment and said it should be a decision of individual countries.

"Saddam Hussein was responsible for committing heinous crimes and unspeakable atrocities against Iraqi people and we should never forget victims of his crime," Ban said in response to a reporter's question about Saddam's execution Saturday for crimes against humanity. "The issue of capital punishment is for each and every member state to decide."

His ambiguous answer put a question mark over the U.N.'s stance on the death penalty, although Ban's spokeswoman said there was no change in policy.

British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott said those who leaked the footage should be condemned.

"I think the manner was quite deplorable really. I don't think one can endorse in any way that, whatever your views about capital punishment," Prescott said in an interview with British Broadcasting Corp. radio.

"Frankly, to get the kind of recorded messages coming out is totally unacceptable and I think whoever is involved and responsible for it should be ashamed of themselves."

The Holy See's daily, L'Osservatore Romano, lamented that "making a spectacle" of the execution had turned capital punishment into "an expression of political hubris."

The execution "represented, for the ways in which it happened and for the media attention it received, another example of the violation of the most basic rights of man," L'Osservatore wrote.

The office of Italian Premier Romano Prodi said Italy would seek the support of other countries that oppose capital punishment to put the issue of a moratorium to the U.N. General Assembly. Italy and all other European Union countries ban capital punishment.

Italy, which is one of the rotating members of the U.N. Security Council, has lobbied unsuccessfully for U.N. action against the death penalty.

On Monday, a crowd of Sunni mourners in Samarra marched to a bomb-damaged Shiite shrine, the Golden Dome, and were allowed by guards and police to enter the holy place carrying a mock coffin and photos of the former dictator.

The shrine was bombed by Sunni extremists 10 months ago, an attack that triggered the current cycle of retaliatory attacks between Sunnis and Shiites.

Communist Cuba, which allows capital punishment, called Saddam's execution "an illegal act in a country that has been driven toward an internal conflict in which millions of citizens have been exiled or lost their lives."

The Foreign Ministry statement Monday said the island nation "has a moral duty to express its point of view about the assassination committed by the occupying power."

The U.S. military had held Saddam since capturing him in December 2003 but turned him over to the Iraqi government for his execution.