Friday, June 27, 2008

Oh Cherry

I'm a fan of the WWE. I'm not ashamed to say it. I know it's fake and whatnot, but just like women get addicted to soap operas, and other people get addicted to reality TV, that's the same way I am with WWE. Admittedly, since I've moved down here with my gf, I haven't had the chance to really watch. I love the nights when she goes out and I get to watch

Anyway, I was reading some other blogs and message board the other day and I was utterly repulsed by the mere thought that they called two of my favorite divas fat!

This is Cherry:
Cherry 1
WWE Cherry
WWE Cherry
WWE Cherry
WWE Cherry

Isn't she a cutie? Now, looking at those photos, tell me, would you say she's fat? I find it hard to believe that anyone can say that. Yes, she's not the toothpick like most of the other divas, but a) it's a welcome change, and b) remember Trish Stratus? She was near the same size when she first appeared on WWF(that's what it was back then).

Now, if you'll notice, Cherry is dressed like a girl from the 50s. That's her gimmick. I like it, but apparently there are those that think her choice of clothing is making her look bigger than she is. Whatever! Cherry isn't the only one they seem to have weight issues with...

Candace Michelle:

Candace Michelle
Candace Michelle
Candice Michelle
Candace Michelle
Candice Michelle

Not exactly what you think of when you think of a "meatbag", right? Well, that's what they were calling her. Only thing fat about Candace are her implants. Ridiculous. Same as with cherry, just because she's not a toothpick wither her backbone sticking out and ribs showing, she gets labeled as fat!

These are just 2 of the divas that get the label of being fat, there are others, such as Beth Phoenix, Melina, and Victoria that get it as well, simply because they don't look like Michelle McCool or Maryse.

When did we in this country get so hooked on weight? Its no wonder a lot of girls and women are starving themselves to death. If the reactions to these ladies are any indication of what society thinks of women with actual healthy looking bodies, then I am ashamed to lived in this society.

Monday, June 23, 2008

What is the point of a remake?

This weekend I saw Get Smart. I was a big fan of the show when I saw it on Nick at Nite back in the day. I liked the movie, but I felt a bit of a letdown since it didn't resemble the show. I read somewhere that it was meant to bring it into the 21st century. WTF?!?

Why does everything have to be brought into the 21st century? Is it such a crime to leave things where they are and enjoy them for what they are? This happens in TV and music as well. for example, just look at American Idol this season. David Cook covered plenty of good songs, but he said they needed to be brought into the 21st century. It worked for him, similar to the Get Smart movie, but there's nothing wrong with the original. Is it such a crime to leave things the way they are? Honestly, its just frustrating.

Television is the same way. This fall, Beverly Hills 90210 is getting remade. Not sure if its a remake, or just 15 yrs later or what, but one has to wonder. Are they just that hard up for ideas that they have to remake the show. Guess I shouldn't won't be reality. I have noticed that they waited until Aaron Spelling died before they did this, though. Makes you wonder, huh?

Another show they're remaking, is one of my faves from the 80s. Knight Rider. I watched the TV movie and while it was good. I wasn't excited about it. It just didn't have the feel of the original show. It just feels like they wanted to show how much gadgets have evolved since then. Most shows and remakes are like that, though.

This fall, The Day the Earth Stood Still is being released. It's a remake of a classic alien movie from the 40s or 50s or so. Not sure when it came out. It's not as well known as War of the worlds or some other movies of the genre, but still a good one and I have to wonder, what's wrong with the original. Yeah, its cheesy, but that's the good thing about watching it. Everything does not need to happen in the 21st century. Someone needs to tell these writers, producers, and directors to come up with their own stuff and leave the old stuff alone.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Outrageous Costs

I'm sure you've all noticed that the price of just about everything has been steadily rising. This morning I heard a report that said Hawaii is paying $10 for orange juice. Are you kidding me? $10 OJ?!?!? WTF?!?

It all started with gas prices easing on up there. Up until about New Year's or so this year, they've been sneaking up there. Now they seem to not give a damn and just shoot up there.

Now these prices are affecting the cost of food. Soon folks won't be able to feed themselves. All because oil companies are so hellbent on making a buck rather than keeping the customer satisfied.

Oh, they may care, but they figure people have to buy gas anyway and will pay anything for it, why not charge them until it hurts. These are the same old farts that are probably driven to work in a limo whose gas is a perk of their position.

Those people make me sick. While most of us are struggling to make ends meet, the fat cats sit there and rake it in without so much as blinking an eye. While I'm talking of the fat cats. what is the government doing? Damn Republicans don't give a damn about anything but the pointless war, and the Democrats are so outnumbered, it makes you wonder if they can get anything done at all. McCain or Obama better do something about this first thing when they get in office, or America is going to become a 3rd world country.

One more thing on the topic of gas. What happened to the electric car? Why aren't there more affordable hybrids? They have a law about having to switch over to digital TV, why can't there be some kind of law saying we all need to get hybrids or something? That goes into global warming...a whole different blog in its own right.

I have an idea. Remember Back to the Future? They used trash as fuel. Of course, that would mean oil companies wouldn't make money, and as we all know, they're the only ones that matter, right?


Today I was uploading some new pics onto photobucket. I looked n my celebrities folder, and half of my pictures had been deleted because they thought they were obscene or something. Granted, most of the pics in there are of women in bikinis or scantily clad. A few are topless, but you can't see anything. Basically, photobucket is just trying to censor stuff they feel is inappropriate. I'm gonna blog about censorship soon enough, trust me.

I'm just frustrated about a good number of my pics getting deleted like that. On top of that, I'm always exceeding my broadwith limit. If you don't know what that is, basically anyone that look at a pic from your acct, whether it be on the site, or if its being used on some other site, such as a myspace comment or whatnot, it contributes to the broadwitdh. Almost since the first day I joined, I've been over that damn limit. It's ridiculous, and to get unlimited use, you have to pay some kind of fee. Not worth it in my opinion.

I should start my own photo site and not charge anything like that or have any limits. I'll call it...well, hell, PHOTOSITE!!!!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008


I've always liked women's feet. Not bare feet, per se, but the way they look in a pair of sexy sandals. Here lately, I've noticed myself noticing each and every woman's footwear and find myself lusting after them. Does that mean I have a fetish?

It can't be. A foot fetish would mean that I would want to go around sucking on toes and licking the bottom of feet and such. That is not my case. As a matter of fact, I'm not a big fan of the way feet look. That being said, do I have a shoe fetish?

I remember telling a friend she looked hot a couple years ago, especially her shoes. She loved the compliment and then we got into this debate about whether or not I had a foot fetish.

Now I must I have some sort of elitist foot fetish that involves sandals and heels? Or do? I just happen to have a preference for said footwear the way some guys like girls to wear Catholic school girls uniforms. Who knows?

Well, just thought I'd get that out.

Monday, June 9, 2008

Perfect Woman

Before I begin, let me preface this by saying I'm in a committed relationship and have been for going on 3 yrs now. That being said, it doesn't mean I can't

So, I was in Wal Mart this weekend and I saw this girl that had some thick legs a nice round ass and perfect feet (too hard to explain what I mean by that). however, above the waist she wasn't so great. She was rather flat chested and could have been prettier. Still, all in all, if I were single, I more than likely would've made a move.

A few minutes later, I see this gorgeous blonde with very pert breasts. Whether they were real or pushed up, I don't know, but they were nice. (I'm a breast man)Face wise, she wasn't too shabby either.

Putting these two together, I got to thinking, I'd have near perfection. Take the first girls bottom half and the second girl's top half, and give them a nice Mexican or Indian skin tone and Damn...that would be perfection.

That would never happen, but it's fun to dream up stuff. Hope you're all having a nice day!

Sunday, June 8, 2008

What happened to good TV?

I'm an avid TV watcher. Probably one of the few left in this world of on-line viewing. This season has been...event say the least. The Writer's Strike caused a temporary halt in production for some shows and other just totally got shut down until the season starts in the fall. This is messed up beyond belief. I mean shows such as Heroes, Chuck, and Pushing Daisies haven't been seen since before Christmas.

It is now summertime, which means networks are bombarding us with all sorts of crappy reality TV they can find so they don't have to put on real programming and, heaven forbid, pay actors *GASP*

Granted, not many people watch television during the summer, myself included, but that doesn't mean useless drivel has to be placed on the tube. Seriously, have you seen some of these shows?

I grew up in the 80s and 90s. Remember those days? Before reality? When it seemed like networks actually cared about the people that watched their shows rather than the almighty dollar. Shows were given a chance to grow despite initial bad ratings. I mean, Seinfeld didn't start getting good ratings until the 3rd or 4th season. Take that in comparison to today. It more than likely would be yanked before the holidays if it were on today. What happened?

Also, along with the over saturation of reality, would someone tell me what happened to sitcoms? Seriously, I mean, a good 90% of all shows are either reality based (a term I more than likely will get into on a later blog) or drama. Where are the sitcoms?

I'm sitting here watching one of the all time best sitcoms of all time, I Love Lucy, and thinking they don't make shows like this anymore. It's true, they don't. People nowadays seem more interested in the dark side of things rather than laughter. WTF?!? In these dark times, we could all use some levity.

There are a few on the air. Mainly on CBS. How I Met Your Mother being the best one (in my opinion). What I do find promising is that Nickelodeon and Disney have sitcoms. This means that kids growing up watching these will want the same kind of shows when they get older. At least, one would hope so.

I'm not saying I hate dramas. Some of my favorite shows are dramas. However, it seems that CSI and Law & Order (and the 50 offspring shows both have spawned) are mostly what's on. I long for the days when comedies ruled the air and drams was relegated to that last hour before kids went to bed.

Speaking of the old days...remember when cartoons used to be good? Not saying that they aren't now, but it's an obvious drop off from the quality of days of old. I was watching Kids WB or CW Kids or whatever the hell it calls itself now. Johnny Test and World of Quest reminded me of what cartoons used to be, Spider Man was worth watching, but everything else was a waste of it. I mean, Tom and Jerry and Scooby Doo and Shaggy are obvious attempts to introduce old characters to a newer audience. I applaud them for doing this, but, this does not do them justice, especially the Scooby Doo/Shaggy show. Seriously, Scooby eats a Scooby Snack and can turn into anything? What crackhead thought of that? Probably the same one that thought Underdog should have been a real dog in the live action movie. Ugh!

As with most things, though, thing happen in cycles. I am patiently awaiting this cycle to go to the next stage. I know I'm not alone in wanting reality off the air and for more comedies to return to the air. I just hope it happens before TV goes the way of family dinners, chivalry, and radio broadcasts. Why can't people learn from the past rather than try to forget it?


Well, this is officially my first blog on here. I finally caved in a decided to start a blog other than the one I have on Myspace. Not sure if anyone is ever gonna read these, but what the hell, at least I can get my thoughts out there. Stay tuned for further topics. Trust me, anything I think that is worth writing a blog about, will be blogged.

Thanks for taking the time to give a read!