February 4th, 2005

MST3K - fish

Coolest. Song. EVER.

Chicks Dig It
by Chris Cagle

Daddy's belt, momma's drapes
Standin' tall on the backyard shed
Lookin' cool in my Superman cape
I told the neighborhood girls
Said, "Hey y'all, watch this."
My fate was a broken arm
My reward was one big kiss
When Daddy asked me why I did it
I made him laugh out loud when I told him
'Cause the chicks dig it.

Scars heal, glory fades
And all we're left with are the memories made, oh yea.
Pain hurts, but only for a minute
Yeah, life is short so go on and live it
'Cause the chicks dig it.

Black top road, learner permit
Thought I was Earnhardt
Drivin' fast, but I didn't see the ditch
Took out a mailbox, then a fence, and then a barn
The police came and called my father
But I met the farmer's daughter
And when the judge asked me why I did it
He threw the book at me when I told him
'Cause the chicks dig it.

Scars heal, glory fades
And all we're left with are the memories made, oh yea
Pain hurts, but only for a minute
Yeah life is short so go on and live it
'Cause the chicks dig it. Oh yeah, Oh ho.

Just throw caution to the wind my friend
Then sit back and watch you life begin, cause.

Scars heal, glory fades
And all we're left with are the memories made
Pain hurts, but only for a minute
Your life is short so go on and live it
'Cause the chicks dig it.

(Icon is just because I wanted to use it.)
MST3K - fish

(no subject)

Man, this head cold is so kicking my ass. And yes, I'm using the head cold as an excuse for putting lyrics from "Chicks Dig It" in Rush's sig when he's completely not interested in girls yet. Amongst other things. Actually, it may be the total of four DayQuil I've taken in the past three and a half hours that's doing it. Yeah, I'd take that. And this rice just looks disgusting now.

I wanna sleep, only... I can't. 'Cause Numb3rs is on tonight and if I was even seeing what I thought I was seeing in the preview, then Terry gets hit by the virus-or-whatever that gets unleashed. And even if this is one of the few shows I watch with little-no sexual tension of any kind (agh, don't even think of bringing up Amita, please), I don't think I'd mind some Don angst. As long as they go the Nick Stokes Angst route - bad things happen (i.e. Hooker girlfriend gets murdered, he gets thrown out a window) and it is mentioned once and then never again.

And coherency? Good luck with that. Because me? Totally not having it.
MST3K - fish

Not directed at anyone on my friend's list.

A recent argument I got into online (which was my fault, I admit, as I have problems properly articulating that I think something's foolish within general standards of politeness, but I still stand by my opinion) prompted me to think about why, exactly, I am so apathetic to politics, enviromental causes, religion, and the such.

As bizarre as it may sound, I'm a diplomatic person. Wait, let me add a qualifier - I'm a diplomatic person in real life. Online, when I don't have to face people and I'm actually doing something in which I interact with others constantly, I'm hard pressed to keep from hollering my true opinions across the information superhighway at people. In real life, I hate it when people are fighting near me and usually try to stop it, if I know them. I don't try and make complete strangers stop fighting, because where's my authority in that? I don't know them, I don't know the situation. Now, arguments, those I don't stop because they're of a more debate-like quality than actual fighting is. Do you know how many times Tom and I have argued during lunch? And we have no hard feelings towards each other at all.

So I don't have a political stance, or religious stance, or causal stance most of the time because I do not know the entire situation and I do not know everyone personally. And I refuse to make judgements without knowing everything there is to know about a subject. That's why I seem apathetic, okay?

Also: I am very sorry that I refuse to be upset by false promoting of an episode that actually proved fairly entertaining and surprising (in that it actually followed the standards set). Yeah, so it wasn't "the best episode ever". I don't see ER fans (assuming there are ER fans) complaining about NBC promos stating every episode is the best one ever. It's just something that networks do. And yeah, I've got more than enough stress without getting all up in arms over a promo for the Apprentice, of all things. So yeah, I apologize for calling you "slow" (even if I stated 'anyone who trusts the promos is sort of slow' and you replied 'if you think I expected the promos to be right, then you're the slow one!', meaning my statement didn't apply to you, so I'm wondering why you're offended so). But I'm not going to apologize for keeping my blood pressure down, kthxbai.