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Kids Today

Friday, June 09, 2006 by Geoff

Little kids today and their moves. Last weekend while attending a friend's graduation party I encounter, what I consider, a most disturbing event - little kids, no older than the age of 9, and as young 2, training to be professional ninjas.

As the only postpubescent human in the room I was hypnotized by the stupidity that was being shown on tv. Being outnumbered by the munchkins the Disney channel was locked onto the TV, and the program being broadcasted at that particular time was a horrid made for tv movie starring, her royal cowness, Kristi Ally. She played a woman who died and was learning to be the tooth fairy. Because I was so preoccupied trying to figure out who financed the piece of brain rotting entertainment, I did not even notice the small ninja revolution five feet in front of me.

The MFTM (made for tv movie) went to a commercial break slightly breaking my hypnotized state. I looked around the room like a dog trying to understand its master's commands. I saw little kids, off in the distance of 5 feet, jumping off an ottoman. I thought to myself, "How nice, human harmony." Coming out of my inter-monologue my ears allowed the sounds of the foreground to enter my head. Little kid voices filled my head-holes, "Watch my move . . .this is my move . . .ninjas never rest until all are dead!" I stared a gasped.

I had no time to think. I leaped off the couch, I stretched my extremities, I was hoping to takeout as many little bastards as I could like bowling pins. I heard, "Ki-i-yi-i"," then I hit the floor, hard. I thought I had landed on a few of the baby ninjas, but I didn't, what I felt was my body quickly swelling with bruises. I managed to bypass the pain, I looked up. The room was empty - not a single little ninja warrior insight. Painfully, I rose to my feet. whoosh - bam. I am back on the floor, on my ass.

With my entire body aching I opened my eyes. I thought I was dying. The room was getting smaller and smaller, darker and darker. I heard a voice off in the distance, I thought it was my mother, "This is not your mother, Geoff. I am Schulmanny the Tiger, the leader." Still on my back I asked, "The leader of what?" "The leader of your and the world's demise."

Someone above, upstairs, yelled, "Kids, its time for CAKE!" I blinked. When my eyes reopened they were gone. The only remnants of their existence was their quickly moving footsteps going up the stairs.

Suck Ass

Thursday, June 08, 2006 by Geoff

I've been following this for some time now, I figured I would share the bad news.
House rejects Net neutrality rules
The U.S. House of Representatives definitively rejected the concept of Net neutrality on Thursday, dealing a bitter blow to Internet companies like Amazon.com, eBay and Google that had engaged in a last-minute lobbying campaign to support it.

By a 152-269 vote that fell largely along party lines, the House Republican leadership mustered enough votes to reject a Democrat-backed amendment that would have enshrined stiff Net neutrality regulations into federal law and prevented broadband providers from treating some Internet sites differently from others.


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Amazing

Wednesday, June 07, 2006 by Geoff

Someone got their video editing game on. Bush spits hot fire on the mic.

Enough Already

by Geoff

While perusing through imdb I found they are making a Police Academy 54! They can't be serious! Oh, yeah, they are serious. If anything, we get to see the greatest mouth-effects maker mankind has ever seen, Michael Winslow. He must be on hard times, a bank is interviewing him. Maybe he is getting a job.

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