You were there with me, since the beginning. I'll never forget that. You've changed over the years, but you never let me down. Timid, some say boring, at first, but you really came into your own during high school. Vibrant and loud, you stole the show. The good old days... ::sigh:: We're bit more conservative these days, much closer, but we still have a good time. Comfortably enveloped in our routine. At least we were.
I never realized you were slowly slipping away. So concerned was I with other matters in my life, I took you for granted... and I'm sorry.
I'll never forget you...
R.I.P. Ray's Hairline 1984 - 2012
Dear Jimmy (a.ka. Jamz Money!),
Chickens all the way! Haha! Senior year was awesome! Have a great summer and Stay Cool !
P.S. Never Change!
We've all done this at one time in our life... signed our friend's yearbook to capture the memories of youth. After 4 years of toil in the halls of upper elementary education, pop quizzes and recess, we've finally made it. Let's all get drunk and break up with our girlfriend's so we can sleep with as many people as possible in college! These are the best years of our lives!!... or are they? I'd like to submit, that the entry above is selfish... here's why...
Hahahah! We're way too cute to sign your yearbook, Jamz! Go Away!
This week I calm a roommate's video game fears, give a reader pet advice, talk technical about computer viruses, help someone rediscover their memory, and I even discuss Fred's former hairstyle choices.
All that plus, 5 sexy tips for toning your abs for the beach this summer.
I'm very on the fence about this Yogi Bear movie. I'm not exactly a fanboy, and I won't see it in theaters when it comes out, probably catch it on TV, but I do love all of those old cartoons like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Huckleberry Hound. Seriously, if they had station that just played those cartoons, I would never turn it off. The really old school cartoons were all I used to watch when I was younger.
We had cable, and once The Drawing Channel ( REMEMBER THAT ONE?!? I loved that station. It told stories, with text at the top of the screen and it would draw the scene while it was being read, always had it on, but that's a blog for another day. ) became Cartoon Network, it was on 24/7, and with came a stream of classic cartoons for my brain to enjoy. But with all this "realism" and live-action attempts at old cartoons and shows, it makes me un-easy they'll butcher my childhood memories for a quick buck. Before I get too ranty, let me tell you alittle about the movie.