Saturday, September 17, 2005
Over the past week I've been compiling a few of the things that I just love. Things that people do or say that are priceless.

White boys who think they know black culture because they listen to rap or reggae. Especially rich white boys. That's some funny stuff right there.

Back to reggae. I love the white boys who wear their Bob Marley shirts and rasta hats and think they actually know who Marley was. The only thing they know about Jamaica is rocking the ganga.

People who get fake "tribal" band tattoos. Come on, you're not a member of any tribe. And besides, it's not a real tribal symbol. Also goes for the barb wire tattoo. Get something original.

People who bungee jump or skydive with a helmet. Come on people, if you're falling that far at that speed a helmet isn't going to save your life.

Liberals who "are in touch with nature, just like the Indians" because they go out into the desert, paint crap on their face with mud and speak as though everything has a soul.

People who claim Fox News is bias when what they actually mean is that the NEWS ANALYSTS, not reporters, are the bias ones. Sean Hannity is bias. Neil Cavoto is bias. Alan Colmes is bias. Greta Van Sustran is bias. But I don't think Shepherd Smith or Catherine Herridge are bias. By the way, I love her hair.

New millennium hippies. We've all seen them in places like Seattle. Phony dreadlocks, rasta hat, fake Navaho design on their poncho, ripped jeans and sandals. Haven't bathed in a week. Women with hair sticking out the sleeves of their shirts, haven't bathed in at least a month because they're "au natural".

Those fake band t-shirts at places like J.C. Penny's. You see the AC/DC and Led Zeppelin shirts they carry. Those are for people who've never even heard an AC/DC or Led Zeppelin song. They buy them because they look kind of cool and go great with their $100 "worn in" look jeans.

People who say "pimp my ride".

People who think Ashton Kutcher is a good actor.

Now you may have a few you want to add, feel free.
We Have Every Right To Dream Heroic Dreams.
Those Who Say That We're In A Time When There Are No Heroes, They Just Don't Know Where To Look.


Anonymous said...


Dude, I hear ya. Especially with the fake tribal tattoos. I think everyone I've ever met with ink has a fake tribal tattoo of some kind. When you ask him what it is

"It's a tribal tatto."

"Yeah, I see. What's it mean?"

"I dunno. It looked cool."

Wow. hehe, I also liked your "painting crap on faces" one.

Christopher Lee said...

Those "tribal" tatts piss me off.

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't mind a blacklight tattoo - but they only do them one place on the entire planet, and that's in New York... and I'm not sure what to get. :P

But something I love... hmm...
People telling me that everything Howard's done is in Australia's best interests.
The first thing that springs to mind is his refusal to sign the pan-asian non-aggression pact, because he wants to keep open his options with his "policy of pre-emption". In other words, he wants to be able to attack them if he feels the need. But there's a lot more that springs to mind after that one. :)