Thursday, March 27, 2008

Sorry, I Have Been Away for a While

I am very sorry. Since my cool roommate has been back, I've been spending most of my free time hanging out with him and less time posting things and being upset at the world and blogging about it.

Things are pretty cool right now. I played volleyball today for the first time in forever. Boy do my arms hurt. That's about it. Life is awesome. I won a copy of Rockband. So that's cool. I can't play drums worth a darn, but I hear that Lori is pretty good at it. So if you are reading this Lori, you and Angelo need to come over and play. Anybody else out there in the Lunaverse is welcome too.

Oh yeah, before I go, I really need addresses emails and phone numbers of my friends that read this. I lost a bunch of phone numbers, addresses, emails, etc. and I would like to have a sweet party at my house pretty soon and I really have no way to really get a hold of everybody I kinda care about. Email me your phone numbers and addresses at

If you can't communicate with your friends, you can't communicate with anybody, and that's one to grow on. Does anybody eaven remember, "One To Grow On"? Check this out.

Thursday, March 13, 2008

A Super Day In The Lunaverse

So this one time me and the violin player from the Dave Matthews Band were hanging out on Florence Avenue and saw George Hamilton eating lunch with Peter Gallagher at the local Subway. Then Pat Benatar and Lance Bass fought eachother. George and Peter got the heck out of Dodge.

Then we heard a noise. "It's me, Paddy" said the voice. We then heard another noise. This time it was the monster Ooongatz. Then Tim Deshazer came by and smiled at the monster and Ooongatz died.

The violin player from the Dave Matthews Band said that this was wack and the worst story that he has ever heard and I agreed. I was just trying to find something stupid to blog about. Sorry for wasting your time.

So here's my favorite DMB song

Thursday, March 6, 2008

I've Been Replaced By A Machine

Well it has finally happened, I've been replaced by a machine. Today I came into work and saw a redbox. A redbox is this automated video rental machine. So this means that our little video store at Albertsons will cease to exist. That also means that there is no need anymore for a person like myself to keep working in the lobby anymore.

This also means that since I haven't been there as long as everybody else, I'm out. Only because they have no need four people working in the lobby. Thanks Union for taking care of me. I really appreciate you guys. High Five.

So what does this mean for me? I've been forced to take on a position at work that I didn't want. They can't fire me, so they are giving me a job stocking shelves. The thing is that if I really wanted to stock shelves, I would have been like, "hey are there any positions stocking shelves, because that's what I want. A job stocking shelves". The problem is that I don't want a job just stocking shelves, I want a respectful job. At least I'll get paid the same. Thanks Albertsons.

I am writing this not so you guys will feel sorry for me. I am writing this because I really don't want to hear the question, "How's Work"

Wednesday, March 5, 2008

The Coen Bros. Did It Again

*Disclaimer* Do not read this blog if you have not seen "No Country For Old Men" and care about the ending. I don't want to ruin it for anybody because it was an awesome film.

Today, I was eating lunch at Plaza Guadalajara and I ran into my friend Pat. He really wanted to see "No Country" and I really wanted to see it too. I thought it was going to be a really long movie and I usually fall asleep during long movies.

So I'm watching the movie and it gets to the ending. Again if you don't want to know what happens DO NOT CONTINUE READING. I just don't understand what happens at the end. Does Louellen Moss die? There is a man lying on the floor, but I don't know if it's him or not. I also don't know if his wife dies. And how does Louellen's mother in-law die. Did I miss something?

Please comment to me about this if you have seen it. Thank you.

It Looks Like The End of Paddy... AGAIN!

A couple of months ago I started writing a new Ooongatz movie. When I came towards the end of the movie, I realized I had no way to end it. It was just going kind of crazy and I was kind of thinking it would be fun to have a cliffhanger. Well, I haven't touched the script in a long time. To be honest with you, I lost the passion for the movie. Then, on the way home from work I had an idea for an ending.

I rushed home on my bike making no stops. Then, I realized that last night I spilled some soup on my notebook and it went right through the first couple of pages. By the way, the first couple of pages was the script for the new Ooongatz movie. So I threw it away without thinking that the new Ooongatz movie would still be in it.

I Didn't want to loose the ending, so I rewrote the entire script all over again. Then I put in my new ending and made it better. The end.

Monday, March 3, 2008

My Question Has Been Answered

Anybody out there remember Brian Austin Green. He played the character, David on the hit television show, Beverly Hills 90240. The other day I was wondering what the heck ever happened to Brian Austin Green. Then as I am writing this blog, I turn on this show called, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It's an alright show. Alright until Brian Austin Green shows up.

Now I kind of wonder what ever happened to Ian Zerring. The guy who played Steve. Who knows, he might end up on Heroes or ER someday. The world may never know.