This is my very first blog post! Aside from my facebook friends, I don’t think anyone else really saw it… It’s a great idea, I think. It’s where I got the idea for the name of my blog.
Once this has been totally legalized, these would be a great idea. The mobiles could be painted in bright designs, to take the stigma out of euthanasia – inside the mobile could be a party atmosphere. We could have some with pictures of beautiful women and men surrounded by clouds, hands out, beckoning, calling those thinking of suicide to ‘come, come’, ‘you can do it. I did!’ The truck could have a theme too, like an ice cream truck. It’d be rolling down the street playing Blue Oyster Cult’s ‘Don’t Fear the Reaper’. The slogan would be ‘Come, let’s just put you out of all of that ‘ol misery.’
You see my biggest fear is that I’d shoot myself in the head, miss the important artery and wind up being a vegetable. Or I’d hang myself, the rope breaks right where my brain’s been starved to the point of…
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Why would I want to order checks with flowers, balloons or pink pussy cats on them? These checks are going to people who harass me for money every month! Some of them hike up their interest rates when they feel like it, and as we speak they’re trying to figure out new ways to screw me.
“Well, would you like your name and address printed on your checks Ma’am?”
“Shit naaww! Why do I want to make it easy for these motherfuckers to find me? Let ‘em look me up in the goddamned filing cabinet – make ‘em work! Listen, print me up these checks, black with skulls and crossbones on them, and in the area where my name and address is supposed to go, put Die Motherfucker Diiiieee-yah!”
I read an interview featuring Glen Benton of Deicide on the MetalSucks blog. I’ve been a death metal fan for a long time, but I’m still a little superstitious about groups who wear upside down crosses (There is a group called Upside Down Cross that I really like.), and claim to be satanists and stuff like that. Glen Benton had an upside down cross burned into his forehead. I had one of Deicide’s albums, went through a phase where I thought the energy was too dark and stopped listening to it. I had also stopped listening to my Morbid Angel album because of the anti-Christ thing. And I’m not religious in the least, though I am spiritual, which I hate to say because it’s a common thing to say. I said that these groups gave me the heebie jeebies because of superstition about the dark energy, but really, I just wondered about people who were religious in this upside down kind of way, and if they really espoused evil. If so, I don’t think that’s very nice – this is the bottom line I suppose, about my shying away from them.
I have death metal programmed on my internet radio station and they play Deicide’s Confessional Rape. The song rejuvenates the shit out of me. It makes me imagine myself riding a black horse through the forest at a furious speed, while chopping off the heads of my enemies with a scythe. OMG am I espousing evil!? The song has nothing to do with this kind of imagery however. I wonder if I’m too old for this shit. I went to an Obituary concert two years ago and had a stiff neck for two days from banging my head.