Tuesday, January 30, 2001

BSB singing the National Anthem - The.Buzz://Forum
Quote: "does howie look even more like Jesus now? omg. he sounds like a girl lol. omg." I would really like to know what Howie Dorough ever did to these millions of people that are hating on him. They call him really nasty names -- names that if you ever called someone at school that name, you'd be in trouble -- such as "grease monkey." They're always calling him greasy, gross, gay, girly, and many other things that, ironically, all start with "g." I had not noticed that before. Anyway. I don't care if he is gay (I don't know if he's gay or straight, and, like I said, I don't care) and neither should they; it's none of their business. As for calling someone gross and greasy, that's just plain hurtful. I don't think they'd like it very much if someone marched around, without ever knowing them, calling them gross and greasy. Maybe he doesn't always have the best hairstyle in the world, but, hey, we can't all have great hair all the time! Howie Dorough is one of the sweetest celebrities in the business today, always giving to others before thinking about himself. There should be more celebrities out there like Howie, and people should think twice before they diss someone they don't even know.

Now, on another note... I had an interesting experience in first period today. We had a substitute, but our teacher left us two worksheets to do. I finished my worksheets first because I, technically, have already had this class because I took a different class last year that covered the same stuff. Anyhow, I finished first and the deadbeat next to me whom I cannot stand goes "Hey, Kari, did you finish this one?" and he points to the easiest one of the two. So told him I had, and he said "Can I see it?" To that question, I simply replied, "No." First off he got this look on his face like "I cannot believe you just said that to me" because this guy has the biggest ego I have ever met in my life. So I elaborated with, "I'm not going to let you copy my paper. Sorry. I know you can do it." He's still got this high-and-mighty/dumbfounded look on his face and he had to say something, just because he simply cannot let me have the last word; that would be wrong. Apparently his pea-brain could not think of a decent comeback so he says, "I know I can do it. Why are you still looking at me?" I don't know when looking at someone you were speaking to became a crime but, whatever. So I stopped looking at him, because I didn't want to look at him any more than he wanted to look at me. He goes "Thank you," like he's some sort of higher being than me and then says, "It's not that I can't do it, it's that I don't want to, because I'm lazy." I started to respond with, "Well, that's not my problem, is it?" but I didn't want to start anything else. I ignored him for the rest of the class and he ignored me, but I seriously doubt he'll ask to copy my paper anymore. Ha. :P

Sunday, January 28, 2001

Apparently Britney Spears missed the memo that stated that socks go on feet and not arms. :P (For those who are lost, I am referring to the Super Bowl Halftime Show.) Even though she needed to invest in a shirt that fits, all in all, the show was good. It was definitely much better than what I've seen in the past -- perhaps it has something to do with the fact that MTV was running it this year. They should run it more often. :)
Hello. My name is Kari. I enjoy having a web page because it gives me an avenue to release my thoughts easily and quickly. I type much faster than I write, therefore it makes far more sense for me to have a web page than a paper journal. But, since I am lazy, I also like "push button" publishing. And Blogger seems like a grand way to create an automatically-archived random thoughts and ramblings page. :)

I went to Wal-mart to buy a new print cartridge today. (This story gets better, I promise.) I pulled into the parking lot and thought to myself, "Wow, this place is busy for a Sunday afternoon." I purchased my print cartridge and went to buy a half-gallon of Oreo ice cream, and, on the way, I walked past a table full of football-themed baked goods, complete with Super Bowl paper plates and cups. Then it hit me -- it's 3:00 on Super Bowl Sunday and everyone is buying their party supplies. So that's why Wal-mart was so busy! Don't stop reading yet, there's more. All of the cupcakes -- and even the donuts -- had little plastic football shaped rings in them. Like those Barbie and Powerpuff Girls rings you see in cupcakes at the grocery store, only they were footballs. Now, I am absolutely sure that all those men attending tonight's Super Bowl parties would love to have a little plastic football shaped ring. I think someone in the bakery got bored. *nods head*

My parents are watching the football game; my mother cracks me up. Someone gets a touchdown and she starts clapping, except it's not a normal clap. It's this excited, short clap. It's funny. She watches football and gets all excited. The only reason why I go to my cousin's football games with her is to watch her. ;)

I can't believe I got kari.blogspot.com...I figured it'd be taken. (Okay, I'll shut up now...)