March 06, 2004

Bullshit and a Reminder

Thanks to Tivo I actually don't mind watching TV anymore. In about two months I've went from never watching it and being on the verge of dropping my directv account to paying for a premium channel. I've always like Penn and Teller, especially given Penn himself seems to be a bit of a geek. When I saw they had a show on Showtime where they debunk crap I figured I could finally pay for a premium channel. It was worth it. Bullshit! is easily one of my favorite TV shows. It matches my viewpoints incredibly well and pushes some subjects that aren't discussed fairly in the media enough. And its just fun to watch stupid people get made fun of too of course. I can't stress how great this show is enough, watch it or pick up the DVD set of season one when its out in the next month or so.

I had hoped after running into the guy crapping in Casey's that would be done with but no it happened again at dinner tonight. If you're in a single occupancy bathroom....lock the door. It'll only take a second and I'll appreciate it as will most other people. I'm still convinced most of society is defective.....

Its spring break right now too which is nice since I have a week off class. Sadly I have a ton of homework and projects for work going on too so its not much of a break. Its also not very warm for spring. At least I'm not supposed to be in class though. I do have a ton of movies I want to watch though. I've been trying to watch Lost in Translation for weeks.

I'm starting to get worried about the end of the semester too. Its close and it'll be really nice to be done, but at the same time I don't know that I'm eager to jump right into a full time job again. I'd love to have a cool job in my field without a doubt, but some time off would be great. I have alot of business ideas of my own too and I'd really like to try one of those out, but I'm not sure if that will work out either. Those loans are starting to look quite large too......

Posted by johnm at March 6, 2004 10:25 PM
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