Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Google Ads Redux

Now Google thinks I need therapy. Is it because I'm encouraging Gay people to get married? Oh Google and your strange right wing agenda! (Ed. Note: Or maybe it's the pro-death stance on abortion!) Mysterious and crazy. Google Ads remind me of women! Ba-dump-cha.

Haha now they're advertising for adoption agencies. Oh Google Ads, always trying to better the world.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Lazy man's summary of the first two Semi-serious Posts


Semi-serious Posts II: The Island of Lost Dreams

Now for the religion-fueled politics. Guess what that means we'll be talking about? Abortion and Gay Marriage! Hurray! (Ed. Note: There go the last three readers)

Abortion (and Stem Cell research) (Ed. Note: The media now lumps them together so we can too!) are a sensitive topic. There are those that are pro-life that believe anything is living, and then there are those who believe a woman has a choice on whether to have an abortion or not. I, myself am pro-death pro-choice. This ties in with my Apathetic agnostic view. Seriously it's up to the woman, why should I care what she does with the genetic matter sitting inside her. A dime sized zygote is not living. Sure it has the "potential" to be a living thing, but so are sperm and eggs. You don't see anyone flipping out when it's "that time of the month" for a woman, or "that time of the day when there's nothing to do" for a man, do you? Seriously, leave them alone.

Now for something thats even more of a non-issue than abortion, (Ed. Note: Abortion is kind of an issue, but then again it's more of an issue when you're sexual active. ZING!!!), Gay Marriage. Leave them the fuck alone. If they want to marry what fucking difference does it make to you? Will you love your spouse less if Faggy McFaggerson and Fruity McGayGay promise to love each other through sickness (AIDS) and health (Before the AIDS), 'til death (From AIDS, of course) due them part? (Ed Note: Oh dear that last sentence is not going to be good for business). "Oh no! They ruined the sanctity of marriage!" you say. (Ed Note: Again, who says?) But then when I try to tell you that you're wrong, you're too busy watching "Joe Millionare" and "Who wants to marry my dad?" to listen to me. Who's ruining the sanctity of what now?

I have a theory. It involves HMO's and the IRS. I'm pretty sure they're the ones behind this anti-gay marriage movement. They don't want Faggy McFaggerson and Fruity McGayGay to file under the marriage tax bracket or be covered by their spouses health care. That's what this is about, isn't it? Money. Nelly was right all along. Now seriously, leave them alone.

Semi-serious Posts

I'm going to start doing some semi-serious posts here. They're serious in the fact that they deal with real issues that aren't TV shows, they're semi because they piss me off, like semi-sweet chocolate. Seriously, be milk or dark, non of this mulatto crap (Ed. Note: Oh dear god racism).

I'm going to preface all of these discussions with a disclaimer. The things I talk about are "inspired by" events that have occurred in real life but by no means are about these events or the people that inspired them. (Ed. Note: Like most "based on a true story" movies the things mentioned here, while based on real life, aren't allowed to offend you or make you mad because they're only loosely based. Sorry.)

Let's talk a minute about everyones favorite topics Politics and Religion. I clump them together because a lot about politics that pisses me off is because of religion.

People that know me know I'm not a big fan of this God character. In high school I was a big atheist thinking anything to do with God was crazy. As I've matured I've realized that a better way to go is Agnostic. I mean while there's no proof as to say God exists, there's also no proof that says God can't exist. Furthermore after reading up on it I've found I'm pretty much an Apathetic Agnostic. I mean who really cares if God exists or not? He clearly doesn't care about any of the stuff I'm doing. I think that's one of the things that really bothered me about the whole God thing. If he is this omniscient, omnipotent character then why would he be concerned about anything thats happening here on this insignificant speck of the universe called Earth. Seriously, its ok to believe God created everything everywhere, I don't know who started it all, but seriously do you know how small you are in the grand scheme of things? If this God exists he's most definately not paying any attention to us.

Furthermore, why should we care if other people think God exists, or which god(s) exists? Is it really any of our business? If you think someone else is wrong let them go on their own merry way ignorant of the "truth". This leads into evolution, a religion all its own. Why is it that people who believe in evolution insists on it being the "proof there's no god" and why do religious people insist that evolution is stupid?

First of all, Evolution clearly exists. It's well documented, so stop trying to tell me that God created everything and it never changes. Why can't you just accept evolution and incorporate it into your belief system? Is it such a stretch that God created evolution? Is that such a terrible thing? Wouldn't that just strengthen your view of how powerful he is? Seriously what kind of being could have the foresight to incorporate a mechanism in his creations so they automatically fix themselves. I wish things I made were able to automatically correct their flaws and and adapt to their surroundings.

But oh no you say (Ed. Note: Who says?) , the bible tells us that God created the world in seven days. Keep this in mind, the bible was written by man not God. Man probably screwed up. What if what God told Mr. Bible Writer was misinterpretted. What if each "day" was actually a large number of years? Seriously he's God, 1,000 years could seem like a day to him. So stop with "The Bible tells us", it's flawed because humans wrote it and humans are flawed.

So how many people are still reading? Three? Good. (Ed. Note: That means we lost one, not too shabby)

Friday, October 20, 2006

Pretzel Day

Have I ever told you that The Office is the best fucking show on television? It really is. Go watch The Initiation and tell me its not. I dare you.

If I have one point of constructive criticism its that we need more of Bizarro branch, i.e. the Stamford branch. "Love me, love me, say that you'll love me. Fool me, fool me, go on and fool me."

Oh and Jenna Fischer is awesome! (Ed. Note: We here at Nussypaloozy in no way condone or endorse the use of myspace)

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Google Ads

There's a google ad on the side mostly for my own curiosity as to what it'll advertise based on my ramblings and its chosen an Oprah weight loss ad. I would just like to reassure you, my readers, that I hate Oprah and don't condone of anything Oprah based. (Ed. Note: Now the Oprah ads won't stop)

Drunk People and RIT

This past weekend I went up to RIT to visit some friends. While there we decided to find something interesting to do. After wandering around Perkins and finding absolutely nothing we decided to go to our old stomping grounds at the dorms. There we met two women who were slightly inebriated. This allowed for quite the interesting conversations. You might stop and say, "Nussy, how do you know, without a shadow of a doubt that these women were drunk?". Aside from the obvious (they mentioned drinking several times) they told us that we were "cute". If you knew what "we" (Brian, Jim, and myself) looked like you would know that this was either a bold faced lie or the effects of alcohol impairing ones judgment (Ed. Note: Don't drink alcohol, kids). The one kept resting her head on my shoulder as well, a dead giveaway that alcohol has clouded her brain.

After chatting for about 20 minutes Brian and Jim escaped inside to "take a leak", and they never came back. So eventually after running out of things to talk about I made my escape to see what was taking them so goddamn long. Apparently they decided it was a good idea to "leave Nussy to his own devices" and they were disappointed I had left the women out there and not gone with them to where ever it is they sleep. What they forgot however was what "leaving Nussy to his own devices" really meant.

The moral of this story is, don't leave Nussy alone if you want him to do something right. You must feed him advice and constantly remind him to focus on the matter at hand.

As an aside, the next day we saw the one girl, obviously sobered up by now, enjoying a meal at the local diner. Needless to say she didn't recognize us.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Recent Events

Photographic evidence of recent events in which I was party to have surfaced on the internet. Some of my actions documented in such photos aren't exactly "professional". (Ed. Note: decidedly not rated PG) The reason I mention this is if you, dear reader, see such photos I hope that you don't think less of me.

On a related note, I have new respect for the power of alcohol