Friday, March 31, 2006

BS Friday Answer

I have to post this tonight. I will be traveling for the rest of the weekend.

The BS Friday story was true this week. Peachy was the only commenter. I think I'll stop doing BS Friday. It seems to have run its course. Sorry if you missed it this week. I deleted it.

Everyone have a great weekend and remember, 2 more days until the greatest day of the year... Baseball Season!

My English Teacher(s) Would Be Proud

An annoying to do quiz, but fun because I am bored right now.

You scored 85% Beginner, 100% Intermediate, 93% Advanced, and 73% Expert!
You have an extremely good understanding of beginner, intermediate, and advanced level commonly confused English words, getting at least 75% of each of these three levels' questions correct. This is an exceptional score. Remember, these are commonly confused English words, which means most people don't use them properly. You got an extremely respectable score.

Thank you so much for taking my test. I hope you enjoyed it!

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Thursday, March 30, 2006

Question Of The Day


What do you think of a girl who models her sexy new lip gloss and keeps showing off her kissy lips for you but won't give you a smootch!?! Just ask Peachy since she is teasing me today.

She does look very kissable. ;)

Sidebar Is Shaping Up

As you can now see, the left sidebar is starting to shape up pretty well. I have all the essentials; The Sitemeter to tell me who's checking in, the most important item next, The Yankees Updates & next the Polls, just for fun and intellectual stimulation.

The next item is a new addition, the WTF Music Moments that make me wonder. There are a lot of songs out there that make me wonder just wtf someone is trying to say. Sometimes I even wonder why they bother so I'll be posting my 'head-scratching' moments from time to time. Feel free to comment any time with your opinions.

The next item is the Mutant Enemy icon. Any Buffy fan knows what that is all about. (Right Cat?) And last you can see I have room for more stuff. Always leave room for something new in your life, I always say. :)

So Yankeebob is shaping up finally. Now all I have to do is post something worth reading. :)

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

I Am Bummed

Lisa Tucker was axed from American Idol tonight. That sucks! She was my favorite too. I am bummed. It especially irks me when a bum like Ace is still there.

I could not believe that Katherine was in the bottom 3 tonight. There is something wrong with the voters out there if she was in the bottom 3.

Bye bye Lisa. The show is not going to be as fun without you.

I Agree With Kat

Yes Kat, I saw your comment and I totally agree; American Idol was pretty bad last night. I don't think it could get more lame. Nor could it get more monotonous. The judges pretty much said the same thing every time someone was done performing. "It was just alright." or "You chose the wrong song. It didn't allow you to show your talent." etc.... Boring.

I did get a good laugh at that guy Ace at least. He mentioned that he was going to rock out a little this week and then sang a lame version of a lame excuse for a rock song. I laughed almost the whole way through. He wasn't too good at all.

And the worst part was how Paula kept jumping all ove Simon again. He couldn't say one thing before she was interrupting him and freaking out. He does say things a bit more rough than he needs to sometimes but at least he's truthful. The rumor of Paula being replaced may be true if she keeps acting like a butt. Hopefully they won't be so stupid as to replace her with Britney Spears though. That would really suck.

Hopefully Ace will be gone this week. Ace or Paris leaving would suit me fine. We'll see tonight.

Tuesday, March 28, 2006

This Makes me So Happy!

Barry Bonds says his life is in shambles. (Link is here) Uh huh. We wish. But I do like hearing it. Is that wrong? I don't think so. He's nothing more than a major league cheater and a rich one to boot. I don't feel bad for him even a little. You mess with the bull, you get the horns.

Here's to hoping he is injured opening day and never returns to play. Ever. Records stolen shouldn't count anyway.

Monday, March 27, 2006

My History With Jessica

Since it is Jessica Simpson Uber-Fan day here, I will confess the truth about my affections for her. Not too many people know that Jess and I have a history together. Unfortunately, it hasn't work out quite the way I ....err.... we had planned. Not yet anyway. So I'll let you know now the truth behind our whirlwind romance using some personal photos.

This is a pic from the first time I ever met Jess. She was working and someone was bugging her a lot so she yelled real loud at them, "Would you please get a grip!!!"

Well, I just happened to be working as a grip on the set and when her assistant forced me to come to meet her, I let go of what I was gripping, which just happened to be some water for special effects and this was the result.

Her dress was ruined. So to make it up to her, I took her shopping. Well, I offered to take her shopping anyway. Here you can see that she just didn't like too much stuff we were seeing. Well, stuff she was seeing since they wouldn't let me into the store. But I waited patiently outside for her.

Here is a picture of Jessica yelling at me. She was kinda upset. I was filling in for her assistant one or two days. I think this was the time I forgot to bring in her JuJuBees from the car and they got stuck to her seat. It was kinda messy so I didn't blame her.

Here is a pic. of Jessica's new hair style. I picked this out for her. Well, I guess I should say I helped her pick it out. During work one day my gum somehow got stuck in her hair and they had to cut it shorter to get rid of it. It turned out nice though, don't you think? Yeah, I do like being helpful.

Here is a funny picture of Jess teasing me. I had just asked her if we could be more than friends and have a date. She's such a crack-up!

Not long into our friendship, Jess started feeling bad. Every time I saw her she would take a drink of this stuff called Maalox. It didn't seem like she liked it much.

Here is a pic I took when Jessica and I were supposed to go to McDonald's for lunch. Well, she actually didn't say she wanted to go to McDonald's. She didn't even mention having lunch with me that day come to think of it but the Cops were so confused that day that they kept getting between us. They didn't even remember my name. They kept calling me Stalker. Funny name, eh?

I tagged along with her... well, behind her in my car anyway, to the Police Station. Here is a pic I took at the Police Station. She said I couldn't go with her. Actually, the Cops said so. She wore a real nice outfit that day. Something about needing to make sure the Police would help her out. I think it worked.

Here is a pic I took of Jessica wearing a disguise. She told some mutual friends that some jerk was following her around everywhere. I wasn't fooled but I sure hope that jerk was.

Here is one I took at a charity event. See how surprised and excited Jessica was to see me? Yeah, I was happy too!

Here is a pic of the last time I saw Jessica. She was practicing with her new self-defense weapon. I heard her say something about that guy 'Stalker' again. (The one the Cops mistook me for.) I guess he was still following her around. I pity him when she uses that gun on him. Yikes!

I saw this recently. I guess I feel a little responsible. I know I have the Kavorka and I should have stayed clear of her, since she was a newlywed and all. But I couldn't help myself.

So now I'm just sitting here by the phone waiting for that call. I know it's coming. As soon as it does, I'll be posting more happy pics. Wish me luck!

I Wish She Still Had Diarrhea

You know a conversation is going to be weird when it starts out with the statement "I Wish She Still Had Diarrhea." That's how my morning fun with Peachy started out today. Maybe she'll be sweet and let you know what she was talking about. :)

But this Monday morning is a wacky one anyway. I woke up in a goofy mood and now I'm still in it. I think today has aaalll the makings! Assuming I "don't let the bastards drag me down." (Your Bono quote of the day.)

In honor of wacky Monday I have decided to be a Jessica Simpson uber-fan today. Just for today she will be my favorite artist. Here is the link to her site so you can get the fever and join in on the fun. For some of us, being a JS fan won't be too hard. I think she's adorable and she does have talent. I just can't take that style of singing. Just once I'd like to hear her sing without warbling her voice all the time.... Oops! Forgot! OK Today, I love everything about her. :) My bad.

Anyway, that's about it for the morning. I'll be in touch with all the best Jessica news and updates throughout the day. Stay tuned and remember; Jessica Rocks!

Isn't she adorable?

Sunday, March 26, 2006

BS Friday Answer(s)

Here are the answers to the BS Friday list:

1. I can't stand peanut butter but one of my favorite things in the world is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. True. I love Grape Jelly and peanut butter. Light on the PB please.

2. I once met Jenny McCarthy and she gave me a high five. True. It was at a book signing event for her first book. She was high-fiving the crowd as she left and her pinky finger caught my index finger. I haven't washed it since. ;)

3. I am responsible for, or at least a partner in, 7 different blogs. True. Some are secret. (Don't ask, I won't tell.)

4. I am such a true blue Yankee that I quit coaching Little League when they changed my team name away from the Scotland Yankees. True. I had all first year players my first season. We lost every game but by the end of the schedule we were almost winning. The second year we went undefeated. The third year we got a bunch of new players and a new name. I couldn't tolerate being on a team called 'the Braves' so I gave it up.

5. I am seldom serious and most people have a hard time deciding if/when I am. True. Just ask Peachy. It is a real problem sometimes.

6. I have never seen even one episode of 24. True. Mostly because of all the hype.

7. I am secretly in love with a blogger friend. True. She probably knows who she is too.

8. I believe that Liberals are the devils tools. True. There can be no other explanation for the outrageous ways they keep working to destroy the fabric of American society.

9. I understand the Debra LaFave thing because I had a year long romance (term loosely used) with a teacher when I was in Senior High. True. I never regretted it and neither did she. It was a great time in my life.

10. My first encounter with a prostitute was in Denmark and it scared me so much I just left the bar. (It is legal there btw.) True. I didn't realize where I had wandered into and what was happening until the girl(s) just flat out asked if I wanted to go to my room for sex. Dumb-ass me couldn't get it into my head so they had to make it obvious.

Notice a pattern here? All true answers. It was a trick quiz. But I am tricky like that. ;)

Thanks to everyone who played along (Peachy and S!) See you again next week.

Saturday, March 25, 2006

Grocery Store Nightmare

I just got back from a supposedly quick trip to the supermarket. Anyone who has been reading this blog for a while probably remembers all the fun & free entertainment I find shopping there. Not so since I moved to this little town. Trips to the supermarket here are terrible experiences. They just keep getting worse every time too.

This time I went for some necessities; milk (gotta have it for tomorrow's coffee) ice cream, and Peeps. I hate to be out of Peeps. So I get into the express lane and there are just 2 people ahead of me. One person almost done and this weird old lady right in front of me. She is standing there and looking at the gossip mags and clicking her tongue. Shaking her head and clicking he tongue. I was amused.

She suddenly looks up at me as if I had magically appeared. Her eyes got real wide and she leaned back and said "What?" real loud. I started laughing and couldn't answer her. Not just because I hadn't even said anything but because she looked like the woman from Seinfeld when Kramer had gone to L.A. trying to make it as an actor. Remember the old lady has-been who told the cops Kramer was in love with her? She looked exactly like her! All that caked on makeup and fake color hair and 50's style bouffant hairdo. It was funny.

My fun was short-lived though. The girl at the counter had to call to her to get her to move up. Then she took forever getting her stuff onto the conveyor. Then when the girl tells her the total, she breaks out her checkbook. She hadn't even gotten it out of her purse yet. Then she proceeds to write in the ledger part. I'm thinking, "You have to be kidding me." Then she starts writing the check. I was stunned. Do people still do that these days? Not just the check writing thing but are they really so rude as to not be ready when they are in the express lane in the supermarket?

People behind me were already bailing out into other lines. I noticed people who had gotten into regular lanes after I got into the express lane already leaving. I was now annoyed. Naturally, this couldn't be the end of the frustrations.

The girl put the check into the machine and her face went blank. Then she fiddled with it a little and just stood back and looked at it. She fiddled a bit more and then she looked at me and said, "My computer locked up. I need to get help." Next thing I know she's walking away. Great!

The old beyotch who started all this mess turned and got real close to me and cackled, "What did she say?" I stepped back, reeling from her breath Before I could yell at her stupid ass that "she had screwed up the machine with her stinking, lousy check that took her an hour to write!" the girl and a Manager came back. They messed with the thing for a while and finally got it working again. I was relieved. This short trip had turned into a long irritating trip.

Just when I thought it was over, the girl looked at the old beyotch and told her she had earned enough points for some kind of coupon thing. I knew we were in trouble when the old bag just stared at her blankly. The girl tried hard for several minutes to explain what she was talking about but the oldie just couldn't grasp what she was telling her. She tried to put it as basic as possible; "You can have a coupon for a free ham if you want it!" That the old lady understood. She said she wanted a free ham coupon. Whew! The girl printed it and finally the woman left.

I was in that store gathering stuff for 5 minutes. I was in that line, the express lane with only 2 people ahead of me, for 25 minutes. I could have screamed.

When I went outside, there was the old woman, still loading her 3 bags into her car. She was still there after I had checked out and headed home. I have no idea how people get to be like that woman. I sure hope I am dead before I get to that stage in life.

Friday, March 24, 2006

A Few Quizzes For Fun

Your Ideal Relationship is Polyamory

You want to have your cake... and everyone else's.
Which isn't a bad thing, if everyone else gets to eat too!
You're too much of a free spirit to be tied down by a traditional relationship.
You think relationships should be open and free, with few restrictions.

Yeah, big surprise. :)

You Should Be A Gemini

What's good about you: witty and energetic, you're simply the most fun to be around

What's bad about you: you're flighty - losing interest in people and projects quickly

In love: you enjoy the "honeymoon phase," but after that it's hard for you to stick around

In friendship, you're: likely to have many groups of friends, with many different interests

Your ideal job: mime, guru, or cartoonist

Your sense of fashion: casual and simple

You like to pig out on: fast food, especially burritos

Good answer since I AM a Gemini. :)

Your Seduction Style: Sex Pot

Tradionally known as a "siren", "rake", or "femme fatale." You exude sensuality.
And while your sexiness is part of what makes you an incredible seducer...
Your ability to make others feel sexy is what really makes your seduction skills shine.

Most people don't feel attractive or desired enough - a need which you tap into.
You have the ultimate sex appeal, and getting attention from you is a total self esteem boost.
Your confidence is contagious, and you help others unleash their own sexuality.

Your sex pot seduction skills are so intoxicating that you can get away with... well, almost murder.
Lovers feel like your sensuality is in your blood, so it's only natural if you flirt a little.
And if you stray, that might be okay as well - as long as you make your lover still feel hot.

Yeah Baby!

Your Inner Child Is Happy

You see life as simple, and simple is a very good thing.
You're cheerful and upbeat, taking everything as it comes.
And you decide not to worry, even when things look bad.
You figure there's just so many great things to look forward to.

Me so happy!

You Are Somewhat Machiavellian

You're not going to mow over everyone to get ahead...
But you're also powerful enough to make things happen for yourself.
You understand how the world works, even when it's an ugly place.
You just don't get ugly yourself - unless you have to!

I'm OK, you're OK.... as long as you don't piss me off. ;)

BS Friday

Welcome once again to BS Friday. This week we are doing something a little different. I had a suggestion from a friend that I do another quiz type BS Friday. I like those too but the last one I did was too long. This time we'll keep it to just 10 statements. You choose which are true and which are BS. Ok, here we go:

1. I can't stand peanut butter but one of my favorite things in the world is a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

2. I once met Jenny McCarthy and she gave me a high five.

3. I am responsible for, or at least a partner in, 7 different blogs.

4. I am such a true blue Yankee that I quit coaching Little League when they changed my team name away from the Scotland Yankees.

5. I am seldom serious and most people have a hard time deciding if/when I am.

6. I have never seen even one episode of 24.

7. I am secretly in love with a blogger friend.

8. I believe that Liberals are the devils tools.

9. I understand the Debra LaFave thing because I had a year long romance (term loosely used) with a teacher when I was in Senior High.

10. My first encounter with a prostitute was in Denmark and it scared me so much I just left the bar. (It is legal there btw.)

There you go. My impromptu 10 questions. Let me know what you think. :)

Thursday, March 23, 2006

My Favorite American Idols

This is my first year of actually paying attention to American Idol past the funny audition stage. Here are some of my faves this year:

Kellie Pickler - she's almost pure country but I still like her. Her personality and cute naive ways are sweet. I don't think she can win it but I do really like her.

Taylor Hicks - the coolest and most unique guy this year (maybe of any year). I love his style and flair. He also really loves what he's doing and it shows. Blow that blues harp baby!

Lisa Tucker - still my favorite. She is really talented and the fact that she's only 16 just amazes me. I mentioned her as my favorite as soon as I saw her audition. I hope she wins but the past 2 weeks voting has been low for her.

Katherine McPhee - honorable mention for me. I like her and she can really sing. I could see her winning. She is good enough for sure. Better than most at least.

One reason I really like her is her answer to this question:

"Do you think the audition process was fair?"

"No, they let go of some really good people and kept people who were pretty."

A smart and honest answer. For example, I think that guy Ace is there because he's good looking. He can sing but not like a lot that were left go. Also, Kevin was included because of his 'cuteness'. He sucked as a singer. Paula is mostly responsible for this type of thing. Randy is too. Simon is the only judge with any sense. He tries to judge on singing ability first and stage presence second. He never goes for the 'hot' or 'cute' angles. Simon is cool!

My honest prediction for this year's winner is Chris Daughtry. He is great and I can see him winning easily. He's just not my personal favorite, which is odd because he is a rocker at heart. He doesn't compromise his style either. He is really good.

So there you have it. The view of American Idol a la YB.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Debra LaFave

Here are some pics of Debra LeFave, the Teacher accused of boinking a 14 year old boy. She's pretty good looking, eh?

I'm curious as to what everyone thinks of this. Why should she be prosecuted for having sex with the boy? He wasn't forced. Actually, I'll bet he was walking around bragging to all his buds. Almost any guy would be happy to be with a woman that hot. He was probably having the time of his life.

Let me know what you think. Personally, I'm envious of the guy.

Debra LaFave

Link to the news story.

Old People Food

Last night Nicci came home and immediately wanted to go out for dinner. I wasn't really into it but I went. We went to one of the many 'old people places' in town. By 'old people places' I mean one of those restaurants that cater to the older crowds. Just like on Seinfeld, they have big dinner crowds starting at 4:00 in the afternoon. The mad rush is usually over by 6:00. The food is mostly good but generic style and usually there is a buffet. My town, being populated by probably 75% old farts, is full of 'old people places'.

Well, this one doesn't disappoint. It has a good variety on the buffet and the dessert bar is great. The clientele is what cracks me up. We were surrounded by blue hair and giant bellies and loud talking people. Just walking in I started laughing.

There was this one guy next to us that "couldn't pass that up!" What I mean is that he said he "couldn't pass that up!" 4 times after coming back from the buffet. 4 times he went back and I remember wondering how he couldn't pass up a giant pile of sauerkraut and another pile of Lima Beans. Who can eat that stuff? I passed those up every time.

The table in front of us had the biggest belly I think I've ever seen sitting there. The guy was not real tall but his belly was amazing. He made many trips to the buffet so I could see he was into keeping his belly toned. Like that skit on The Kids In The Hall where they all had big guts, he was 'keeping it fit'. :)

I felt kinda bad for him though because he was with 2 of the most annoying and dominating women ever. The one woman, who had glowing blue hair, talked the whole time we were there. She hardly ate anything but she jabbered incessantly and her voice was loud and crackly. The other woman talked a little and when the guy would venture to say something, one or the other would cut him off or tell him he was 'off base'. They used that term about 275 times that night. Mostly the guy just grunted or nodded when they said something to him. I eventually could see why he was so quiet.

Have you ever noticed that when old people get together they have mostly one topic of conversation? Yep, they do. Mostly it's all about their adventures with healh care. Everywhere around us the conversations were about who had this operation, what Doctor told them this, which friend was ill and where they were and what home they were in. It was amazing. Plus it was easy to hear all the details since they all talked so loud. Nicci believes it's because they are all going deaf. I've noticed this phenomena before since I've been spending time with my Uncle so much. When his old buds come around, they always talk about the same things. Weird.

Later in the evening I just started smiling about it all. Nicci and I decided we should join in so we started making up stories about going to the Doctor and family that were being treated for health problems. Before we left our entire family had been operated on, poked and prodded and taken to retirement homes 4 times. Suddenly the family wasn't so healthy anymore. :)

It was a fun night. The food was OK but today I have indigestion from it all. Basically, I think the next time I go there will have to be with a special invite from my Aunt & Uncle. It's one of their favorite places, naturally. Otherwise, I will just stick with KFC.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Soriano Refuses To Play Outfield

Soriano refuses to play outfield. Somehow this story makes me happy. The guy is a second baseman. He didn't ask to be traded. That's what happens when you gamble.

Send him back to New York where he belongs. That would be the sweetest infield in history.

Maybe It's The Water?

Something is wrong with me. Lately I can't remember things. I am clumsy, I run into stuff like when I tried to get into the Jeep this morning, missed the step and banged my head on the side. Peachy told me yesterday that I am very sensitive lately. I think I'm a dope.

I'm a dork too. I tried to program the recorder last night for a show Nicci didn't want to miss that evening. This morning she noticed it didn't record. I had set it for Tuesday night. I went into the garage this morning to leave for work. The car is in the garage, never my Jeep. Never. I grabbed my keys this morning, turned out the lights and then tried to figure out which key was the right one to lock the door behind me. Naturally I had to turn the light back on.

I am tired a lot and I have bouts with not being able to breathe. Like right now. I am starting to think there is some physical thing happening. I can be a dope sometimes but not all this at once. Usually I can space my dopiness out so it's not an issue. These days I can't.

Maybe there is something in the water? I don't know but I sure hope this passes quickly. Any home remedies out there for dopiness?

Monday, March 20, 2006

My Girlfriend Is Back!

I just accidentally found out that Lara Croft is coming back in April. An all new adventure, all new style. Actually after reading up on it they are getting back to her roots. This is supposed to be similar to Tomb Raider I & II. They are the best. That last one sucked ass. The creator of this one said pretty much that. :)

Rarely do I care about new games anymore. Other than Bloodrayne, I haven't bothered with any for a long time. This one is a must!

Oooh baby!

Don't worry, I'll catch you.

Simply gorgeous!

Makes me wish I was animated. ;)

She is hott!

Don't piss her off!

Check out the official website here:

This one looks like they got it right. Sweet!

It's A Miracle!

I came inside at exactly 1:51 p.m. this afternoon, waited until 1:52 p.m., turned and when back outside. The difference was amazing! Who knew that the start of Spring was so dramatically obvious? I sure didn't. I was cold one minute then warm the next. Just because Spring is in the air (literally).

Now that Spring has finally sprung, Baseball is not far behind. April 3rd is the first day of the real Baseball season. The first Yankee game is the official start of Baseball. Don't let anyone tell you differently.

It won't come soon enough.

Veoh Channel

I found this cool site where you can watch/download old hard to find movies. No cost. Stuff like Night Of The Living Dead and The Brain That Wouldn't Die and Metropolis. Classics that are hard to find sometimes. It's great! Apparently most of their copyrights have expired and it's no big deal to copy them anymore. Anyone ever seen Plan 9 From Outer Space? It is considered the worst movie ever made. I think it may be but I love stuff like that. Check it out here: Veoh Channel

There are a lot more things there than just these old classics too. I just haven't taken the time to look at those. :)

Saturday, March 18, 2006

Weird Dream

Last night I had a dream that I went out to visit one of my favorite blogger friends on the west coast. We decided we would go out for dinner so we went to The Ivy, which is in L.A. Her sister and her husband came along. (Funny that since I don't even remember what they look like.) When we got there the paparazzi were going crazy. They were taking our picture and begging us for autographs. They thought we were big time celebrities. They kept asking what clothes we were wearing. My friend kept telling them she was wearing Fruit Of The Looms. I was cracking up. While we were eating they would keep running by the table taking snapshots of us and what we were eating. One guy came by dancing in a ballerina outfit and taking pictures of us. He was very graceful. ;)

Then all of a sudden Brad Pitt was standing by our table. My friend started giving him crap about dumping on Jennifer Aniston. She was saying "especially for that skanky Jolie!" He turned to me for help. He said to tell her what it's like from a guy's perspective. I then started giving him crap for getting Angelina pregnant. I kept telling him he was ruining one of the prettiest butts in the world. He got no solace from either of us.

Next thing I know Brad is sitting in her chair and they were making out. Her sister kept saying, "I always knew they were meant for each other".

Then we hear a big commotion. We look around to see Vanilla Ice was trying to get into the restaurant. They Wouldn't let him in though. They kept saying he was a has-been and that even when he was popular he still sucked. He started threatening them, claiming he had a 'Nine'. (Remember that song... "Nilla with a nine!") They just laughed at him so he pulls out 9 bucks and tries to bribe them with it. Naturally that didn't work. Then these two big dudes came out and carried him to the street.

Soon we are all ready for dessert and when it comes things are really quiet. Almost no noise at all. We start looking around because we hear someone crying. Turns out it is Vanilla Ice standing at the gate crying because he can't come in. The gate has turned into one of those big plywood-looking things at a construction site. He is standing there looking through a peep hole in the plywood crying. We feel bad for him so we send him a shot of Tequila.

Then I woke up.

All I can say about that is when I do visit the west coast we are definitely going to The Ivy for dinner. All that free entertainment would be worth the hassle of getting there. Plus I never remember my dreams so this must be a premonition, right? :)

BS Friday

Here is the answer to the BS Friday post. The story is false, mostly. It never happened to me but all those things did happen to my friend Crash. I wasn't at the party but I got the whole scoop through people who were there. Crash could put away the brews even in high school.

That guy Alex was the biggest horndog ever. He was for real Quyen. He had BS lines that you wouldn't think would work but the high school girls kept fallin for them anyway. I'll have to post some stories about that guy.

Blogger sure has been dead lately, hasn't it? It's like nothing is happening anymore.

I had the weirdest dream last night. I hurried up and wrote down what I could remember of it before I forgot it all. I will post that later. It's pretty funny.

Have a great weekend everyone. :)

Friday, March 17, 2006

BS Friday

Welcome once again to BS Friday. I'll write it and you tell me if it's true or just plain old BS. This week's post is called: My First Drunk

I remember my first drunk. Like most people I didn't even know I was drunk. It just sort of crept up on me.

I was just a junior in high school. I was heading out to a party with my old buddy Crash (remember him?) and we stopped along the way to pick up a few friends. Now, when these guys said "party" I was too naive to know just what they meant by 'party'. So when the other guys were in the car one of them turned and asked if I liked Jenny. Well, I thought he meant 'Jenny', who I knew well. But what he was saying was 'Genny' as in Genesee Beer. That should tell you what I was getting into.

When we arrived at the party I was a little shocked. It was at our friend Alex's house and the place was packed. His parents had actually allowed him to have the party. They took off for the evening trusting him to be a good boy with his friends. Yeah, right. They didn't know Alex like we did. He was one of those wild boys that a lot of people only wanted to be with when it was party time. Otherwise he was an obnoxious jerk. So what his parents didn't know was that his older brother had helped him get a full tub of Genny.

As soon as we walked in a beer was shoved into my hand. Alex was his usual irritating self, especially with the women. His one goal in life was to boink as many women as he could. He often told us that. (His story is one for another day.) So he didn't hang with us too long since we weren't females. I didn't want to be uncool (as if!) so I popped the top and took a swig of the beer. I nearly choked to death! It wasn't my first beer but I had never liked beer anyway. Genny sucked. Even after I became a beer lover a few years later I hated that stuff. I couldn't hide my reaction and it got a good laugh from the people around us, so naturally I took another big swig, just to try and save face. I handled it better that time.

Soon the party was in full swing and I got used to the taste. Being new to drinking I had no idea what I was headed for. The easier it got to swallow the more I swallowed. I became the Party Guy. I was told later that I was trying to be the life of the party. I even told about 100 people that I was just that. I don't remember everything but these are the things I was told happened:

I made it a point to try and kiss every girl there, whether they wanted it or not.
I stood on the coffee table dancing and begged someone to dare me to drop my drawers.
I had to be stopped when I started a striptease on the table.
Eventually I went outside and started mooning everyone who drove by.
I told Alex's latest conquest 'the truth' about him. He got pissed enough to want to fight with me.
I got into a chugging contest.
I insisted that we get sheets from the closet and have a toga party.
I decided we needed to camp outside that evening even though we had no gear. (Plus it was early Spring and not real warm.)

The next morning came way too fast. I woke up at our usual camping place huddled up next to a burnt out fire. Crash and David and Alex were with me. There was about 1000 beer cans everywhere. When I tried to sit up the whole world started spinning. I immediately started blowing chunks. I continued throwing up for 2 days straight. I know I have never been that sick since.

It was a lesson I learned the hard way. But I can't say I learned it well since I had some other bad nights later in life. But for the remainder of my time in school, I stayed away from any booze at all. The memory of the morning after is still with me today. It still makes me dizzy thinking about it.

Thursday, March 16, 2006


I am very annoyed today. I feel irritated all of a sudden.

Did you ever have one of those days when an annoyed, irritated mood came over you and you had no reason for it? That's whats happening with me today.

Got anyone you want to dump on today? I'm the guy to do it. Just let me know. :(

Mean Anything To Anyone?

"Elaine, who among us hasn't snuck into the break room to nibble on a love newton?"

If so, I wanna know. ;)

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Adventures In Grocery Shopping

I have decided that the grocery store and single lane roads are very much alike. Both have narrow lanes/aisles; both have inconsiderate idiots; both have annoying old beyotches that slow down the works.

I was in the grocery store tonight and right inside the door this big fat old round annoying slow-poke of a woman was just standing in the doorway. The doors were automatic and they were stuck open because her fat ass was just standing there. I waited a little bit for her to move but she didn't. (It reminded me of a dumb ass driver that won't get moving unless the road is clear for 5 miles.) I then nicely said "Excuse me" and started to try to go around her. She looked right at me, rolled her eyes and started walking real slow into the place. Waddling was more like it.

She stayed in the middle of the aisle, slowly working her way along, casually glancing my way as I looked for an opportunity to get around her cheesy butt. Every time I had an opening, either she would move in that direction or some other a-hole would miraculously show up and block my path. It was a conspiracy I tell ya! It's just like when you are stuck behind some slow ass driver and every time a passing zone comes around there is one car in the other lane that blocks the way.

Literally after about 5 minutes of trying to get around Mrs. Flabbuns I had had enough. She stopped in the middle of the aisle, pretending to look at something (she wasn't really looking, I know she was just there to irritate me) and when she looked around to see where I was I just walked right into her. I put my hand on her shoulder, said excuse me while holding her in place and took the 386 steps necessary to get around her. She looked surprised, like she had never seen me before. I walked quickly down the aisle muttering horrible nasty things about her and anyone else I happened upon. That part was fun!

I swear, patience is something you are supposed to get the older you get, right? With me I think it's the opposite.

Should I Have Kids? Nope.

I told you so!

Should think it over
You scored 40 % Parent Material!
If you scored in this range, either you don't want children but happen to know a little bit about proper child care, you want children but you need to give the decision a little more thought, or you're just not sure about it right now. If you don't want children, you should go ahead and read what I wrote for the people who scored "shouldn't have kids." If you're too lazy to go and look, the gist is this: that's perfectly fine! There's nothing wrong with you! If you're unsure, it looks like you need to take some time and do some serious thinking. Spend some time with children of all ages, read up on parenting, or even borrow the children of a friend or relative for the weekend and see how you like it. Then, ask yourself: chould you do that job all of the time? If you really do want kids, you may need to examine your priorities just a little. Do you want a kid, or a new boat? Could you really put in the time and effort? Or would you be miserable if your interests, job and social life suffered? I suggest that you do the same things that I recommended to people who aren't sure. I also suggest that you read some parenting books and take some parenting classes, just in case. At the end of this, if you realize that you can't handle a life with children, why not get a puppy?

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:

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You scored higher than 9% on Parent Material
Link: The Should You Really Have Kids? Test written by science_gal on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test


Last night I sepnt a good deal of the evening looking through old pictures. Someone at work showed me some old pics of herself at her prom. Then she asked to see mine. I thought about it and it made me laugh. So I started looking for those old pics.

If you've ever started looking for old pics through your albums or your stacks that you've saved, you know what a chore it is. Not because it's a pain but because it is so easy to get distracted. You see someone you hadn't thought about for a while and then you start remembering times you spent with them. Then you move on and find more memories. It's never ending the way your mind jumps from situation to situation, memory to memory.

I spent a lot of time looking at the years gone by. Old pictures are weird to look at. Looking back on life can be fun and it can be strange. I have pics of every life change I've had and when I look I remember most of them. The feelings and the people, the places and the events... it's cool but unnerving at the same time.

I really laughed when I found some pics from when I wanted to be a rock-n-roll god. I had a girlfriend who always took pics of everything in those days. I actually have on a real, original pair of parachute pants. (Anyone else remember those?) Also a red bandana is tied in proper style around my wrist a la Rick Springfield. It was the 80's and I was cool, at least I thought so. I still have those parachute pants somewhere. I kept them as a memento. Funny stuff.

I had a moment or two of sadness too. Pictures of friends who have passed away. Pics of people I'll probably never see again. Of course there are pics of people I am glad to never see again. Those are happy ones. :)

It was a strange evening to be sure. Not bad, just different. I had fun but it has left me in a bit of a melancholy mood this morning.

I sure am glad I saved all that stuff though. I would have forgotten most of those times if I hadn't.

Tuesday, March 14, 2006

You Reap What You Sow

Someday I want a shirt like that. :)

Phone Appreciation Day

It has occurred to me recently that we take modern marvels for granted. Specifically in my mind recently is the amazing invention of the telephone. When you think about it the phone is truly amazing.

You can pick up that little hand held mechanism and punch in a few numbers and talk to anyone anywhere in the world. You can talk to them for however long you want to. You can talk about any subject at all. It's like you are right there with them in the same room. It's like taking a short trip and being right there instantly. Amazing!

Sometimes when I'm on the phone with someone I will close my eyes and visualize the person I'm talking to. I will listen to their voice, to what they are saying, how they say it and make a picture in my mind of how they are sitting or lying down, how their facial reactions are, whether they are biting their lip or messing with their hair or just messing with something else, distracted, not totally in the conversation. I sometimes do other things when I'm on the phone so I try to 'see' what the person I'm talking to is doing too.

Yep, the phone is a really cool thing. We have them everywhere now. I imagine when they were first invented how people reacted. They probably thought it was a passing fad back then. These days, I just don't see how we can get along without them nor how we ever did.

Today I appreciate my phone. :)

Monday, March 13, 2006

Weekend Wrapup

I really haven't felt much like posting lately. I've been visiting like normal but posting hasn't interested me much.

The weekend was great. We took my Uncle out for his 77th birthday. He and my Aunt had a great time. Other than that there wasn't all that much of interest to talk about.

I did see Jenny McCarthy's movie Dirty Love. It's the one she wrote and starred in.

If you are looking for great cinema, stay far away from this one. But if you like Jenny's style of humor, which is way off the wall, then you'll love it. I did.

I have gotten addicted to the PC game Civilization all over again. I played it a lot a few years ago. Now I've started a couple of games and I'm right back into it. I forgot how cool it is. I have this huge game going where I custom made the largest world possible with the highest amout of rival civilizations possible in it. It's great.

That's about it. Not a lot to tell. I hope everyone's weekend was great.

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Saturday! Saturday!

You have to say that title in the obnoxious reverb voice of the Monster Truck commercial guy from the radio. But the sentiment is the same, the weekend is finally here. Time to sing like the Greaseman; "The weekend is here and we'll have a can of beeeer!"

This morning is strange. No BS Friday answer to post. This whole week was very long. For some reason it seemed like it was anyway. This mornings Starbuck's coffee was one of the sweetest I've had in a while.

I haven't forgotten to do a BS Friday Post. Sorry it's late S!, I just didn't have time yesterday. That's how the whole week was. On the surface it looked like it wouldn't be so bad but it ended up the opposite.

I will try to get a BS story done today sometime. First, I am going to enjoy the morning. It's already 65 and sunny outside. I'm heading out to soak up some sun and some more java. I hope everyone's weekend has started as sweet.

I'll be back!

Friday, March 10, 2006

Tagged By Quyen

Quyen tagged me for this. I kinda like these things anyway. :)


Two Names You Go By
1. YB
2. Bobby

Two Parts of Your Heritage
1. Irish
2. Italian

Two things that scare you
1. Drowning
2. Stupid people in charge

Two of Your Everyday Essentials
1. Coffee! Especially Starbuck's
2. Gmail Chat

Two Things You Are Wearing Right Now
1. Birthday Suit
2. Emerald Earring

Two of Your Favorite Bands or Musical Artists
1. Eric Clapton
2. Frank Sinatra

Two Physical Things that Appeal to You
1. Eyes
2. Butt

Two of Your Favorite Hobbies
1. Blogging
2. Guitar

Two Things You Want Really Badly
1. 1963 Chevy Impala SS Convertible
2. Total freedom

Two Places You Want to go on Vacation
1. NYC
2. Ireland

Two Things You Want to Do Before You Die
1. Spacewalk
2. Figure out the answer to this question

Two Things You Are Thinking About Now
1. Peachy - she stopped in this morning :)
2. How many hours until the weekend!

Two favorite web sites
1. Blogger
2. Ebay

Two Favorite Sports (to watch and/or play)
1. Baseball
2. Golf (Play)

Two People who will fill this out
1. Betty
2. Summer

Two things you did last night
1. Played Civilization
2. Watched American Idol

Two shows you like to watch
1. The Ghost Whisperer
2. Bones

Two places you like to go to:
1. The beach, any beach
2. Anywhere she is

Two Favorite Subjects In School:
1. Art (various types of..)
2. History

Two Favorite Places to eat:
1. KFC
2. The Carriage House

Two things you like about yourself (physically):
1. My eyes
2. My right butt-cheek

Two things you ate today:
1. does coffee count?
2. cinnamon scone

Two people you last talked to:
1. Peachy
2. Triana

Two Things You're doing tomorrow:
1. Clean the Jeep!
2. Conquer the World!!!

Thursday, March 09, 2006

Can't Live Without 'Em

I just walked through one of the main areas of our workplace and noticed something; I saw 5 people walking through and four were talking on their cell phones. The 5th person was laughing and listening to the conversation on one of the phones so they count as being a phone user.

Isn't that strange? 5 out of 5 were using a cell while they are at work. A workplace, mind you, that has banned the use of cell phones in the work areas during work hours. Obviously that rule didn't work out.

The Maintenance guys and Engineers have phones but they are the kind with the walkie-talkies. They are supposed to have them. These were Production staff.

We really can't live without cell phones anymore, can we? I wonder what we did before those thing were invented?

Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Your Daily Reminder - New Posts Are Below This One

Go to the left sidebar and use the link to vote for Summer. Do not pass go, do not collect $200.00. Come back and vote often.

Thank you for your cooperation. Good night. (RoboCop)

***BTW, we have managed to get our friend Summer up to the #2 spot. Good job! But we still have work to do. Keep voting so she can get that #1 spot. There's not much time left.

Simon Cowell

Does anyone else wonder why Simon still does American Idol? Besides the money, I mean. The other 2 judges and even the loser host all jump on him when he voices his opinions. Lately even the contestants give him crap. It's to the point where he can't even start talking before they are all telling him he's a jerk, he's wrong, he's mean..etc.....

I know he can be a little rough but he gives the others their say. They aren't giving him his. They just jump right on him every time. It's starting to bug me.

I don't know why he puts up with it all the time.

This is all your fault Karen. You got me interested in this show and now I'm sympathizing with Simon. Weird.

Now Aren't You Surprised?

Barry Bonds used steroids? No! Isn't that a shock?

Only if you are an idiot.

It has been so obvious that he has been using perfomance enhancing drugs for years. The new book that details his use of the stuff shouldn't be a shock to anyone. (The link to the story is right here.) Why does he still keep denying it? I'll tell you why. Because of the records he's making a mockery of that's why. He wants to be the ultimate homerun king and apparently, acccording to the book, he couldn't stand "that white boy MacGwire" being the guy. That's what sent him on his way into cheatersville.

The excuse that Baseball didn't ban steriods until 2002 doesn't work. If you can't do it naturally, then you can't do it. Barry, you suck!

They need to ban his ass from Baseball before any more damage to the stats is done. They won't though. He hits long balls and that's what the casual Baseball fan wants to see. Real Baseball people love the game for all of it's nuances and possibilities and drama.

Nope, no one should be surprised. The truth always comes out eventually.

Now isn't this an honest face?

Nope. Far from it.

I Feel A Tear Coming On

Did you ever have one of those days when you just knew things were gonna suck? Today is one of those days. I feel like today will suck.

Why do I feel that way you ask? Well, let me tell ya why; because Peachy isn't here today. I know, I know, the horror! It gets worse. She won't be here for the rest of the week either!

Is your stomach in knots yet? Is your hair standing on end now? Feel free to scream out loud if you want to. I already did.

Aside from all that I think everything else should be just fine.

But seriously, it's funny how a person gets into a routine and gets used to certain input and such during their day. It is usually weird when Peachy isn't here. I think I'm more into a routine than I know. Plus, I just like having my friend around during the day. I'm selfish like that. I wonder how it is when I'm not here?

It's OK though. I will get more work done. I think that's a plus, right? :)

Tuesday, March 07, 2006

The Woman King

The college in the town I just moved away from has elected a woman as Homecoming King. Yep, I said King. It has caused a bit of an uproar around town. It's even made the national news.

The college had been exclusively for women until 2 years ago when they went co-ed so I wonder if this election was a statement by the students about that issue? I dunno. I do think it's funny in a way but I am conflicted about it. I also think it's disrespectful of the Homecoming idea as well as the men at the school. But mostly I am amused. It's a liberal arts school. Who could be surprised? Today in this country, anything goes. And that isn't a great idea.

RIP Kirby

You will rarely see a Baseball uniform here other than a Yankee uniform but today is an exception to that personal rule. Kirby Puckett passed away yesterday. He was one of the Baseball greats of our time. He will be missed.

Monday, March 06, 2006

I Just Feel Like It

There is absolutely no reason for this post. I just feel like posting. So here it is, another post about nothing.

This is kinda fun, writing without any preconceived ideas, no point to make, no good inspiration except to waste a little of your time. Sorry about that Chief!

Not really sorry, BTW. I had fun. I hope you did too. Until next time then......

Happy Monday

It's a beautiful Monday morning. How's that for a different start on a Monday? I usually have a blah start on Monday mornings. Well, this morning started with Frank Sinatra and Starbuck's. An almost perfect combination so this Monday isn't quite so annoying as some.

Yesterday I went with my Uncle to a coin show. He is a big time coin collector. He has been collecting since he was a kid. He is now 77. You do the math. His collection is so huge that he literally has buckets of coins he considers worthless. Like 2 full buckets of just steel pennies from the WW2 period. Yeah.

Anyhow, I went with him just because he's fun to hang with and we perused this giant coin show. The place was packed too. Who knew it was such a big deal anyway? I didn't. It amazed me what he bought too. He bought $65.00 worth of new nickels. They were uncirculated or something like that. But they weren't all for him. He has friends who collect coins too and he gets new stuff for them. But thats a lot of money for nickles. He did get some cool old stuff he needed to fill some empty spots. I'm not really sure how he can have any more he needs but he said he did.

I did get a coin while I was there. I have this thing for silver dollars. I always have. But I saw this cool one from 1879. It was made in Carson City. I had to get it. My imagination was going crazy thinking about all the cowboys, gamblers, dance hall girls and gunslingers that had to have handled that silver dollar. So I bought it.

I don't think this is the start of a new hobby for me. I have too many now. But it is a cool coin. Anything that makes my imagination fly like that has to be cool.

Ok, I'm rambling. Time to get to work.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

Sunday Sunday

Ok, I know the song is Monday Monday but I figured I wouldn't remember that tomorrow.

The new look is nearly complete. I'm liking it so far. If you are wondering about the gray color base, just remember that I am first and foremost a Yankee. It was the closest thing I could find to the Yanks away colors. I am usually only able to see the boys when they are away from Yankee Stadium, so it seemed fitting.

But if and when I can figure out how to pinstripe this blog, I will do it. :)

I love the little Yankee emblem seperators between posts. They make me happy. See, I'm easy to please... most of the time. The Bugs Yankee is a happy touch too. I felt I really needed to personalize this thing or I was going to dump it altogether. So here we are.

I do need to figure out how to make the Haloscan comments lettering bolder. It's hard to see at the bottom of the posts. But at least it's there and the comments are intact. I was worried about that. I also cannot figure out how to make the title bolder/bigger. It has been annoying trying to fund that but I will. Eventually. I hope. ;)

So Yankeebob is on it's way once again. Hopefully it will be as much fun the next couple of years as this first couple have been. Thanks to all my blogger buds for making it hard to just drop it altogether. Happy Sunday!

Saturday, March 04, 2006

New Look

Ok, I finally took the time to try for a new look. Like it? I'm still working on it so bear with me. Things may change a bit more sooner than later.

Funny thing, the 'next blog' button is missing on this template and so is the link to the dashboard. Maybe I dumped it somewhere. Hmm... I'll have to go back and find it. :)

Ok, well I hope this suits my blog friends. So far, I'm cool with it.

BS Friday Answer

Good morning everyone. Here is your answer to the BS Friday story. The whole thing is true. No embellishments, no stretching the truth. I smashed up my friends car good that day.

Once it sank in what had happened and I was sure we weren’t bleeding to death I remember saying to Crash that we needed to switch seats. I was uninsured so he would get nothing out of it. That’s how we ended up with him taking the heat. It wasn’t so bad though since I paid for the car and his parents thought he paid for it. But his insurance did go up a bit.

The poor guy couldn’t get a break early in his driving career. I was so shell shocked by the incident that I didn’t drive again until I was 17.

So there you have it, another week done. Thanks again to everyone who played along. Have a great weekend

Friday, March 03, 2006

BS Friday

Welcome once again to BS Friday. I'll write it and you tell me if it's true or just plain old BS. Today's post is called: Call Me Crash

I was 15 when I had my one and only car wreck. Yep, 15 and driving without a license with a friend in his Mom's car. Nice, eh?

My friend (who's nickname was already Crash since he had totalled a car already) and I were heading to our Boss's house to party. She was the Manager of the local KFC where we worked and we had become party buddies with her and her roommate. On the way, Crash got this bright idea to stop and pick some strawberries. I can't remember why but we stopped and picked a bunch of them. We had them in these trays of cardboard sitting all around inside the car. When it was so full that only our little butts could fit inside, we decided to go. That's when Crash handed me the keys.

He said it was time for me to drive. I reminded him that I hadn't driven officially and that I didn't have a license but he insisted, so I hopped in and revved up the engine. I was game for anything back in those days.

We started out just fine. I took my time getting used to the car and things were groovy. Then we took a wrong turn. Crash started looking around and told me to stop. We had to turn around. Well, I pulled into this persons driveway and got ready to turn around when I noticed something cool. The driveway was one of those big round things that started at one side of the property, swooped around in front of the house and emptied back onto the road at the other end of the property. I looked at it for a while and then looked at Crash. He was smiling. He had the same thought I did. That round yard sure looked like the perfect place for doing donuts.

Instead of backing out, I took a hard left into the grass and started powerbraking the car. I truned the wheel hard left and the car just kept spinning in circles. We did quite a few loops and then I straightened out and we took off.

This time we headed in the right direction. At a point just before our friends house Crash started yelling at me to stop. I was saying "Why. What's wrong?" but he just kept yelling at me to stop. When I did he told me to go slowly onto this little bridge and to stop when he said. So I did. Once we were stopped he said "When I say go, just slam the pedal to the floor. You'll see how cool this bridge is." So when he said go, I slammed the pedal to the floor. The car just sat there for a while, wheels spinning and the smoke flying. Then it slowly got some traction and started forward. Suddenly it took off. It was wild to see all that white smoke in the rearview mirror.

Of course now we were traveling at a pretty high rate of speed and we were near to our friends house. Crash suddenly started yelling at me to stop again. We were close to our friends driveway. He then started pointing to the driveway that we were going to go into. Me, being the rookie driver, did what rookie drivers do. I started to slow down and my natural instinct was to lean the car that way. When I saw I had drifted too far to the right, it was too late. I tried to bring it back out onto the road but we were into the stones at the side of the road and the car wouldn't come back. I hit the brakes hard, which naturally didn't help much, and the car went into a skid. It didn't stop either. Until it hit the telephone pole right next to our friends driveway. Hit it hard.

I remember sitting there stunned. The noise when we hit was really loud. I couldn't get my thoughts straight. Then I looked over at Crash and I saw all this red color everywhere. I immediatly panicked! I thought he had been hurt bad! There was red everywhere. It looked horrible!

Turned out it was just the strawberries that had smashed all over the place when we hit. Neither of us was seriously injured. The car was. It hit right on the front corner where the frame started. Bent the crap out of it. The car was totalled.

It took months of working at KFC to pay off that debt. I paid for the car because I should not have been driving. Crash took the heat for the mess though. Not long after this incident he had another one. He was T-Boned by 2 college students when he was just driving along minding his own business. He had 3 cars totalled before he was 17 years old. None of them technically were his fault. He earned the nickname Crash.

But for one day I was the one who earned that name.

Thursday, March 02, 2006

Celebrity Love Match

Spacebrain turned me on to this. You get to see how compatable with celebrities you are. It won't let me copy the graphics but I can copy the text. Check it out.

Find out which celebrities
you're most compatible with!

Naturally I'd start with Sandy. :)

Your compatibility with Sandra Bullock:

You are a butterfly flying in her patch of sunshine. You flit about her golden aura, attracted to her radiating warmth. She loves the way you move in the world, bringing new faces, places, and experiences. To her, your vivacious presence is the cat's meow. For you, she will never yield a nasty butterfly net, allowing you to fly free and light as you please. You want to be caught by this cat! Purrrfect.

My Love Meter with Sandy was "Hot Tamales!" Oh yeah!

Next had to be Jennifer. :)

Your compatibility with Jennifer Love Hewitt:

Slipping through your fingers. She is imaginative, witty, and has more identities up her sleeve than you do! She's a wonderful playmate until you notice that reality periodically leaves the building. You're frustrated when she doesn't make the connections you consider obvious. Meanwhile, you have similarly evasive strategies. You trigger her insecurity when she asks you to be her soul mate and you answer your call waiting. Cries of "Insensitivity!" are heard from Pisces everywhere.

That sounds right. Our Love Meter was "Just Friends". Too bad. She's all yours Lars.

Next up, Jessica.

Your compatibility with Jessica Alba:

Your mental appetite for change and variety is totally lost on the steadfast Bull. She admires your quick intellect; perhaps even sharing your love of debate - but your need for endless stimulation exhausts her. At the end of the day, she wants to be touched and caressed like the physical creature she is. Put your hopes for a lasting relationship to bed.

Bummer. Just Friends again.

One more, Jennifer Aniston.

Your compatibility with Jennifer Aniston:

Like lightning bugs, you two create buzz around the new and different, attracting nonstop friends, activities, and interests. Mental chemistry: you're both thinkers, and when she gets too attached to her ideas, your paradoxical twists encourage flexion. For you, her honest, direct perceptions unclutter your overthinking mind. Sexual chemistry: you're both detached, curious lovers. Her experimental ways will thrill you.

Woo Hoo! Our Love Meter went off the charts! Call the Firehouse was the rating. I need to get a ticket to L.A. right now.

See Ya!