anyone, everyone, no one
I used to want to be like You. Then I got to know You. I've decided I don't like You so much anymore.
# 7/20/2005 08:35:00 PM
immaturity pisses me off
# 7/28/2004 08:42:00 PM

1/4 pound butter, softened
1/2 cup white sugar
1/2 cup light brown sugar
1 large egg, beaten
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1 1/2 cups flour
1/2 cup coarsely grated chocolate
1 cup corn flakes

Cream butter and sugar together. Blend in beaten egg. Blend in flour 1/2 cup at a time. Add soda dissolved in a tablespoon hot water.

Add nuts, grated chocolate, and corn flakes.

Drop by teaspoonful on greased cookie sheet. Bake in 375 degree oven for 10 to 12 minutes. Remove from sheet and cool on cake rack.

Source:'Superman: Serial To Cereal' by Gary Grossman.
# 5/06/2004 01:15:00 PM
My balls sweat when I blog. - volsequoyah*
# 3/22/2004 08:03:00 PM
# 2/23/2004 02:36:00 PM
The clouds parted and the sun poked its head through for a moment shining rays of light to the earth. The rays felt their way along the grassy patches and the curbsides, looking for something to grasp so they could stay for a while. The pleasurable foray didn't last long. The clouds, seeming to have discovered the intruder, roared in anger and regrouped, covering the soft spot in their offensive and tackled the sun.

The rays of light were sent scattering up the sides of brick buildings and danced upward amongst tangles of vines until they dissipated into the rumbling sky. A clap of thunder ensued, shaking fright up tree trunks, scaring babies and sending birds flying from their hideaways in erratic patterns. The the rain came.

A few giant drops hit first, landing in the street and disappearing in a million smaller droplets concentric to their landing sites. There was a pause, and a whoosh fell down upon the earth as the rest of the rain followed in quick succession. The drops raced each other through space and time, bursting in staccato onto car roofs and window panes. tink. tink. tink.
# 2/19/2004 03:47:00 PM
are YOU and arrogant and ignorant religious fuckhead? I am...
# 2/18/2004 01:38:00 PM
we are who we are.
# 2/17/2004 07:07:00 AM
is this us? no one should tell me, because that's the point, but i'm very curious if this is us.
# 2/12/2004 06:57:00 PM
Be warned.
# 2/12/2004 05:33:00 PM
What our country needs in the next election:
If you believe in the ideas and principles set fourth below, write the name TRAVIS HENDERSON on your ballet for President.

1. Someone who lives foreign policy and doesn’t have to make one up when he enters office.

2. A candidate who understands and embraces humanity not just a specific way of life.

3. A person who realizes that the budget is not a campaigning strategy…but something to be considered before making campaign promises.

4. Someone who will hold the UN to its charter not necessarily be the strong arm or the enforcer of UN mandates.

5. A person who will not take responsibility for the Israeli-Palestinian problem but who will make it known that it’s a world issue, and back the United Nations in the immediate disarming and regulating of each side until a properly representational government can be elected.

6. Someone who doesn’t play into the hands of those who would do our country harm.

7. Some one who has experienced more than two forms of Government, who realizes there is a world outside of our country that it is important enough to think about but not have to police.

8. A person who will not sacrifice freedoms in the name of security nor ignore the ever present threat of terrorism, and espionage.

9. Someone who believes the founding principles of our country and who fully realizes the role that the United States President now plays in the world.

10. A person who understands that it is time for the World Bank to oversee the food surplus of countries that produce too much food because of trade agreements, but at the same time cannot sell it to its own people who need it.

11. A person who will stop talking about technology and start even-handedly supporting the implementation of alternative energy sources, at the same time funding alternative economical strategies for phasing present energy sources out of our economy with little economic impact.

12. A person who will never use the term crusade for anything, and who does not look to appease or unevenly inflate any single religious lobby.

13. A person who has thrived in more then two cultures, and still understands and believes in the idea of America.

It is for these reasons I announce my candidacy for the Presidency. If you want peace, if you want security, if you want options, if you want to find understanding and logic within your government ranks, vote your conscience, vote for President Travis Henderson.
# 2/12/2004 01:21:00 PM
War policies that makes good sense
If a war is to be fought a draft should be mandatory. The first round of targeted draftees should be people who have been retired for more then eight years, the second round should be people retired more then five years and so on.

We can keep our regular trained army if we want, but 50% of those who go into actual combat should be the draftees. This would do many things for us as a country and would eventually lead to a totally reformed way of thinking about conflicts and war.

First of this would mean that the old white men in congress and perhaps even the president and his advisors would think before allowing diplomatic means to fail. Most people probably would not want to send there grandparents off to war. Secondly this policy would help our social security system rejuvenate itself. Thirdly, lets face it folks, the X generation really needs it grandparents to fight its wars for it.

This plan would also insure that our younger more promising people would both A. be able to focus on their education during the war and B. realize they should learn how to resolve problems diplomatically so their grandkids don’t send them off to war when they retire.

This plan is stroke of genius and should be implemented ASAP
# 2/12/2004 01:20:00 PM
Anyone can post anything, but everyone should not post everything. This is the voice of no one, but this is no one's voice.
# 2/12/2004 07:00:00 AM
woah, this is incredible! so you mean anyone can just post anything?
# 2/11/2004 11:49:00 PM
This is a first and I am all about being one of the first.. this is all about being me... anonymously of corse
# 2/11/2004 11:44:00 PM
monkeys don't care about dates either.
i like monkeys.
does anyone else like monkeys?
# 2/11/2004 05:02:00 PM
How interesting...
# 2/11/2004 02:40:00 PM
Dates mean nothing to the anonymous blogger. They are like chaff in the wind.
# 2/11/2004 01:04:00 PM
you haven't blogged since '99.
# 2/11/2004 01:00:00 PM
i am Anonymous. get out of my blog.
# 2/11/2004 10:26:00 AM
Has anyone ever done this before?
# 2/11/2004 09:37:00 AM
Login and post at this site, anonymously, with username anonymous-blog and password anonymous-blog.
# 1/01/1999 12:00:00 AM