Incidental Acts of Spontaneous Cerebral Violence

Friday, May 05, 2006

Feliz Cinco de Mayo

Beberé hoy mucho tequila no debido a un día de fiesta estúpido pero porque en fecha esta mañana, soy un tío por el primer tiempo.

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Pop Psychology 101

I'm never surprised by people. Not pleasantly. Nor shockingly. Nope, not ever. My expectations are always met. Reasonable or not, there is virtually no deviation from one's character, patterns and history.

To shoplift from Robert Frost: Given the easier of two decisions, it certainly ain't tough to predict which path will be taken. True spontaneity and unpredictability are such rarities that I'm beginning to believe they don't really exist.

Damn. People are way too easy.

Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Behind the blue door

Awaiting tonight's House (Part II of a supreme cliffhanger), I sat through "Notting Hill". Although Julia never looked better, and I dig checking out both the semi-infamous deviant playing the 12-year-old Actress and the divine Ms. Mortimer playing the aptly named "Perfect Girl", what always draws me into the film (and why I own the DVD) is Hugh's group of friends. I envy the dinners, the banter, the history, the comfort and, mostly, the camaraderie.

All right, time to go watch my show. Alone.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick Tick etc.

Given the concept of ever diminishing returns, shouldn't drastic action be taken when one reaches that point in time where the utility of the status quo is exceeded by its opportunity cost? Stay tuned . . .

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