Your reality is only partially manufactured.

Overclockin' your noggin. Only on Sumdays.

There's a lot more to the story and off-the-wall rhetoric than at first you might suspect.

It's "just" a meme... Or is it?

If you don't know, you have no idea what you're missing, and there is only one way to find out.

That said; don't be silly. +he 777 Agend^ does not (Really?) exist. Any references are purely coincidental and most likely just a figment of your imagination. 0r not.

For the time being I have been using Facebook as my writing platform of choice far, far, far (x 100,000+pictures and real-time updating and now with New! "Reality Sync") above this blog, so if you're brave and/or bored/curious, be my guest by clicking the badge to the wRight.

You never know what kind of gems you might find hidden in the rough or just how valuable they could potentially be to you and your quality of existence within this lifetime on this planet. Hey, if it's good enough for the Best of the Best, then why would you think it might not be good enough to be of remote interest to you?


Interesting is an understatement.

Once you pay attention long enough to figure out what's really going on it will blow your mind.

In a Good way.

That would be the point.

Merry +++mas.

- A! -

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Delayed Reaction

I didn't actually bother to post the extensive essay I wrote about all the cool 'coincidences' I saw on Fox News and the Colbert Report earlier in the week, but I wanted to just jot down brief notes for future reference.

The FCC's "O.P.I. 7" are being contested on their constitutional legality under the 1st Amendment.

Hmmm...who have I heard pushing for that sporadically...but especially in recent months on his radio show? I just never expected anyone to actually take it up...but do you even remotely realize the potential that would have for speaking in code?

It would literally make me the shit. No, literally. If my bitching and complaining and sarcasm directed at the right people finally paid off and reality suddenly became more like...ummm reality, then whenever you heard the word 'shit' or any one of the other infamous 7 on previously censored programming...I could point to it and say...see!!!

If you don't get it, don't worry, you might eventually.

When Colbert mentioned the barista under his desk can get a job at the Footlocker in one of the skits...and to ask for the manager...the manager's name was ???

But more importantly, the manager of Footlockers are dressed in what type of uniform?

And if the political role you are playing is...

Nevermind. If you understand the 'inside' nature of the comedic storyline, then it all makes sense. If not, if/when you do, you will be able to watch certain programs over again and see an entire 'secret' storyline hidden in plain sight. about redefining syndication...

It's always fun handing people my business card, even though they are likely clueless to the depth of the hidden symbolism in its design, it makes me smile. Yellow?



Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Oh Jesus...

Christ, it just occurred to me how 'over the heads' of most people my typical thought process is.

I've been told I think too much. Truth is, those people were wrong. I think way, way, way too much. I think about what I'm thinking and whether or not I'm thinking when obviously I'm thinking or else my feeble near-genius brain wouldn't be thinking these thoughts.

You lost me. I thought so.

Damn you over-analytical imagination and blindly creative ambition.

Seriously, one minute you try to design an open-source plan to comically take over the world, you get as far as designing the marketing campaign and selling it to the media...but then suddenly you're not sure which social structures work best...and for whom...

Damn. And it seemed so easy in theory...

Most people don't encounter this level of thought on a semi-regular they?

I mean, look around you, do people really act like they do on TV?


Help me Jesus!

It looks like a lot of work for nothing. But I suppose, if that's what you're programmed to believe is important by the advertising, then that is what you're programmed to believe.

(insert 'RockStar' logo)

(insert rocket engine)

Time out, Allen's team.

Alright, we won, so now what?

(insert Google search in the context of suspected fear-based control by the media to remind myself to watch Idiocracy and Zeitgeist back-to-back, as I jokingly asked everyone else to last week)

Well, I already saw Idiocracy on Comedy Central recently, so I just Googled 'Zeitgeist' for old time's sake and found this:

One paragraph in it doesn't sound too irrational. Logic can be your friend when kept in the light of truth. Some people will probably still turn out to be much better human beings than others though. Right? Hmmm...

Is this crazy?

How about our society's child stars like Britney performing on stage with midget porn actors?

Hell if I know. I just know the last few years of stuff the TV news has been raining on me since I started paying attention really makes one wonder...and the behavior of many otherwise beautiful girls on the internet is a little depressing. I mean, being a sex object apparently pays well...but,'re just a sex object. WTF? That's like saying "Hi! I'm cocaine." Where is the love and respect...much less past age 30? Scary stuff.

Well, I suppose most sex objects aren't burdened with my intellect or compassion, which probably also explains why I have historically over-estimated so many people over the years. Now then, if you're just extremely attractive but have a solid moral compass and foundation underneath the sexy exterior...thank God things like you still exist! Role models are role models.

Oh well. I digress. The government is flying planes in highly suggestive ways, 9 out of 10 girls on MySpace seem to have 'gone wild', and I'm still holding out for something beyond amazing while completely changing career directions at age 33.


Yeah, that fits well with my insanely ambitious 'achiever-type' personality. Actually it does, but in ways I never fathomed experiencing when in college and pissing away my life showing off the first time around. Every few years I look back and think "God, I was so young and foolish then."...which is exactly why I avoided doing anything permanent like getting tattoos, married, or having kids my entire life. Although, be careful about deciding your life isn't challenging enough and throwing it away just to see if you can rebuild it from scratch just to have a great story to might just achieve what you set out to do. ;)


In other news, life is boring. Aside from spending my free time writing these rhetorical political philosophy essays to the media, it appears there is once again that blurry array of pretty girls around. Hmmm...I can think of worse things...but does that mean I'll get distracted chasing girls and/or 'love' and not spending enough time on my creative projects?

Oh, right. All this time you've been spending 'creatively' anyway there Tygrrr?

Good point.


That's how I always rationalize shit.

Hmmm...perhaps I'll just have to try a tad harder. Well, the good news is, at least on some days I'm much more constructively productive than others. I have so just got to find a way to mix work with pleasure and I'll be set.

Damnit, what's the best way to find love and money to match my mind and ability?

I suppose actually doing something instead of just thinking about it is a good start. lol

Things that make you go hmmm...



P.S. What good is living across the street from a beach unless you use it? What good is having a mind unless you use it to make the world a better place? What good is being attractive unless you put it to good use? What good is anything unless used properly?

P.P.S. No more time to think aloud, I've got an editing project to throw together. That's the spirit! ;)

P.P.P.S. The craziest thing of all is, I just realized the right girl could probably even drag me to church and make me a token believer even though I've already created and lived by my own independent structure of morals, values, and principle all these years. Hey, I'm only human. :)

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Tygrrr Tail Tracking

The funny thing about online social media technology is you almost feel hurt when cute girls aren't affectionately following you around the internets.

What do you mean you aren't aware of my movements 24 hours a day even though I only rarely go anywhere worth caring about?

...and half of the other stuff I talk about is over your head?

Oh, good point.

Our society is kind of retarded when it comes to celebrity tabloid reporting. I just don't get it. I mean, I just don't get it...but then you see how the political system is only skin deep. And with trillions being thrown around under such questionable circumstances do to a certain WTF methodology...ummm, well, if as many attractive young women knew about the Federal Reserve as they do about Britney's circus, the world might be a far better place. Or, possibly not at all.

New policy Allen: talk to the girls about things they understand and want to talk about, talk to the leaders about WTF they are doing incorrectly and alternate ways of seeing things more constructively.

Eh, makes sense.

Christ, maybe I should act like the male version of that 'Hot for Words' chick? Nope, wait, we live in a patriarchal society that largely objectifies female sexuality and I'm not nearly as hot as that girl is in the first place. Note to self: devise another Plan B.

Well, at least I can take comfort in that some of my rocket scientist-type friends (no, literally, some of them are real rocket scientists) find my musings and theories somewhat entertaining...or so they say. Wait, or is that just politically correct kindness on my commentaries? Eh, either way, this writing project was never really as much about the feedback as it was about the venting of ideas to the people that could put them to the best use.

Anywho, that title is actually somewhat misleading, because it's supposed to be in reference to my latest plan to track my behavior and reprogram myself into an ultra-efficient creative force to be reckoned with. Yeah, ummm..., I got through the first 4 chapters of the book in 4 days...the next 2 chapters have taken 2 weeks? WTF?

Apparently my attention span functions exponentially in some weird way. lol

In today's pseudo-news all the kids are bickering about the CIA torture thing, which is ironically torture in a way because it borders on misdirection from other things that lead to peoples' real circumstances becoming more tortured as they aren't paying attention. Even the Republicans tried to hijack the Tax Day Tea Party thing...and anyone who even has a clue what's really going on can only sit there and stare at the TV like WTF?


Well, at least the Comedy Central kids have been keeping it lively. But wow guys, the only flaw with the Swedish model is that girls that look and act like the Swedish models depicted in that segment are far and few between here in the land of supersized gangsta Idiocracy.

How do you fix that before you install the optimized government model? That's the part of the plan that worries me. Don't believe me? Start taking random samples of people from MySpace and analyze them compared to the comparative percentages found in Sweden.

Now which is the problem, which is the symptom, and what is the cure?

How much longer can America survive living this way?

Just don't get it twisted living there in magic nonsense box TV land. Anything can be painted like anything, make sure things start getting painted the right, honest way please. That 50 cent movie cover of him holding a child was so epic and morally correct.

Yeah, right. I just asked my TV not to lie to me. That's ridiculous. I mean, if people weren't trying so hard to manipulate others' feeling of self-worth for profit, however are they going to quench their own inner insecurities that they have been brainwashed into believing only certain brands and products can cure? Why must there be so many damn fucktards in the world?

Wow. I hope I get that internship with infoMania so I can learn how to turn my sarcastic TV watching notes into mass-distributed entertainment. Well, I have to wait until the Fall, so I'll just be taking notes and enjoying the beach in the meantime.

I think I'm a failure because I don't have a Ferrari and got really sidetracked before choosing a career direction, but in the grand scheme of things, I really can't complain.

Bad Allen! No complaining!

OK, fine, the world is the wonderful and great utopia I had always imagined it being ever since designing my small Hot Wheels cities as a child. The whole government isn't fundamentally corrupt by design, and the good, decent, honest, respectable people should pay for the wrongs of other more self-centered, short-sighted types.

Furthermore, it makes perfect sense to completely undermine the public's faith in anything they are told by the political actors and celebrity pundits the hype makes them believe in so sincerely. I mean, if it's going to be a culture of lies and secrecy, then why get everyone's hopes up by making what is being presented to them even look remotely true? No need to tease them, although people do love being teased don't they?

I don't have plans to find love, get married, or have kids anytime in the near future (in fact I've created certain circumstantial barriers to protect me from just that), but if/when I do have kids, I hope the world is a much more sane, moral place I can introduce them to. I mean damn kids...stop having fucking kids already! Especially those of you that are stupid, and in the ultimate torturous Catch 22, if you're having sex and having kids that you are in no way prepared for as a human you realize what you are doing to you, them, and everyone around you?

Sorry, went on that tangent again. Wow. I just can't believe it's legal for some people to have children after seeing how irresponsible and seemingly incompetent these people are. Is that really fair to anyone involved? Credit card fees are a whole different type of WTF, but I bet the same target behavior demographics apply.

Hey, we all get more mature with age, just make sure you haven't destroyed too many lives before that happens. Wait, f*ck, I'm on a tangent again.

Sorry, I see things that stick in the back of my mind and I feel obligated to passionately rail against the mindset that leads to them in general terms in this semi-secret personal public forum as it randomly pops back into my mind from time to time.

Tweet of the day:

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@StephenAtHome Hey Colbert, if I send you a puppet tiger will you hide it in the background on your show?

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@StephenAtHome How about just the character between the lines?

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@StephenAtHome OK, fine. I'll just send you an imaginary one instead. Hey, you can't prove God doesn't exist either.

See what happens when I get bored and sidetracked?

Alright, back to hitting the weights. Damnit, I wish supplements weren't so expensive. I mean seriously, WTF? How come it is so expensive to get healthy food options in our society?

I wanted to start a healthy fast food chain before, even one that was just a conglomeration of the healthy food options from other fast food restaurants...but like hundreds of my other possibly genius ideas...I'm still holding out for the ultimate one. Lots of the ideas that my friends and I came up with years ago have turned into other people's highly profitable businesses, but if you're going to do it, it's better if it's something that you're truly passionate about...which is what I'm holding out for and will one day find.

Without passion, what's the point of life?

When life hands you lemons, try to get rich teaching people how to make lemonade?

That is so American. lol

Alright, until next time kids!

Take care,


P.S. On infoMania they just said Chuck should pray more. Hmmm...what's that all about?

Follow up:

Stephen's next tweet: StephenAtHomethe letter "g" on my phone is crapping out. will start spellin5 everythin5 with 5's insteadAllynTygrrrIcon_lock@StephenAtHome Your very own codex? Very nice Stephen. I just decided to start heckling Perez Hilton via Twitter. Go technology!

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

The Brainstorming Chronicles

Uh...yeah, like what-ever.


I finally got my damn motorcycle back! Thank God for small favors right?

Learned a new phrase in my editing class "If you can't duck it, fuck it." I believe in reference to how they attached the camera to the car window when shooting that "what a badass I am" rap video. I mean, we've all perhaps used duct tape and spray paint less than ideally at times, even my writing perhaps, so I can relate. I'm not sure if he was serious or not. Fucking pure comedy either way.

Actually not bad though. I mean, compared to what I have envisioned, they are in the kiddie pool, but it is amusing to watch.

Music video idea: The rapper driving his Hummer right through a kiddie pool with the kids in it...then the waves wash the kids away and it transitions into some sort of metaphorical Biblical flood. Wait, nope, that's too deep and complicated. We'll have to have some ladies that behave in ways that gets them labeled "B's", "C's" and "hoes" getting washed about in the flood too.

Hell, throw Perez Hilton and people that use words as he does in there too just for the hell of it.

Oh damnit, I'm thinking in terms of Eminem-type imagery again.

Note to self: Nevermind discussing epic plans for yet-to-be-started video editing project, as last minute version might include more (insert here) brackets than it would have otherwise.

(Insert Rockstar shadow.)

(Give tiger puppet character a license plate that says A LEAPER.)

(Has South Park done an episode where Cartman becomes a rapper yet?)

Back to discussing boring everyday nonsense...or wait, is it still my job to scold the characters in the news? Why not. Just like editing class projects, if they occupy your time, then you have a right to distribute highly targeted feedback. If they actually listen and keep bending the rules, then that seems how intelligent people should act to make the world the best place possible along well designed lines.

What's that you say? Those lines are WTF? Oh. Damn. That explains a lot. Eh, fair enough.

What's the game?

It depends, what type of game do you want it to be? A well-designed game should be designed to be adapted to be relevant constantly and reflectively. America needs to design a system of government that prevents it from getting hijacked by an expontentially worse reward model. Has our government been reflecting the soul of the American people as a whole? I hear words like America and freedom get thrown around a lot, but the sincerity is a bit comically Biblical at times.

Words are only as powerful as what they mean to you.

Does every other country have the same problem in one way or another? How does one correct that problem in one fell swoop? Along what lines? So what's the point of the timeline?

Why bother? Good point. But hypothetically, if you wanted to simutaneously use the internets to control the's a pretty damn good way to start. Or, you can just party like it's 1999 if you can afford to I suppose, but I'm sure this dynamic has never been seen before in history. That's pretty damn important if you see it that way.

And to other people, Abercrombie and Fitch is important. Hey, I mean, whatever makes you feel important and accepted in your group of peers. I've been on something of an anti-elitist marketing hype campaign in recent years, although I did go through that Gap phase back when I was in college too.

Fashion advertising = a bit overdone perhaps at times.

Eh, OK, I'll have to explain to all the random people at some point anyway. Or better yet, you know what? Just try to explain me to your friends for me, and then send me the explanation and words of exactly just how you accomplished that.

But depending on the context in which you know me, it differs. My creative writing is obviously on a much deeper level than conversations you can readily have with other people on a normal, day-to-day basis. I mean, I guess you could, and they might disagree with you, but that doesn't mean they're right, but that doesn't mean you're right either, although sometimes all sides think they are.

I have really got to stop watching so much political news.


Heard any good jokes lately?

"O.K., so check this out, instead of just 'chasing his tail' writing in metaphorical circles for entertainment., Allen just stopped writing and went back to writing his project."

Which one?


Yes, this is technically a project too, but I'm just like a badass juggler with no training and ADD.

Occasionally over-multitasking.

More often simply just not tasking enough.

Alright fine, I'm going to go collect and create images for my artistic whatever.

Tell your mom I said hi!



P.S. Oh yeah, shame on the corrupt politicians for trying to use their power to steal spacecash.

WTF ya'll?

Monday, April 20, 2009

Lessons from God.

All 420 advocates are not created equal. This is one of the flaws of completely blind and trusting legalization. Although, compared to alcohol, you're probably still better off.

Some people are far differently talented and skilled at different things.

Some are just damn sure funny to watch.

I won't get into details of today's page of the script for political reasons, but it often turns out that I'm right on a highly comical level.

Wow. Really? Wow. Really? Wow.




Saturday, April 18, 2009


Apparent Kaya Jones is the former lead singer of the Pussy Cat Dolls I had confused with Heidi.

Eh, one blonde...the next...they kinda look alike? Well, like I said, I haven't been paying attention.

At least things kind of make more sense now. Thank God!

Sorry Heidi!

See everyone else at the races!


Friday, April 17, 2009

Bad Allen. Bad Allen!

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@heidimontag But if I have to go to Perez Hilton to hear it then Jesus won't love me anymore.Allyn TygrrrAllynTygrrrIcon_lock@heidimontag Better. :) lol I've never been to Perez's website, and, as a man, I'm not sure I want to.
AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@heidimontag I'd never heard of you before, but I like your missive and your music. It's a pleasant surprise. Very cool.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The Britney Epic

...pseudo-saga continues...

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@britneyspears Don't you mean "Are you ready to rock out with your cocks out and not smoke weed Los Angeles?!!!"

The 420 Revolution

Sorry, in all honesty that title is misleading, for I have simply decided to randomly consolidate a few minor points into this one short blog entry.

1.) It's tax revolution day or whatever.

2.) My college radio station club is have a 420 party @ 1 p.m. on Monday, 4/20, at the doughnut shop where one of Snoop Dogg's videos was shot @ Cherry & Carson here in Long Beach. There's supposedly a big doughnut on top, so you can't miss it. I take no credit nor blame for whatever small but interesting get together they have planned for I obviously had absolutely zero part in conceiving and designing it, but I will probably be there anyway just for the hell of it and to people watch and laugh.

In case it isn't obvious, I'm not too animated about any of this yet.


The whole 'Tea Party' thing? Well, I watched coverage of it on the news intermittently this morning, but like the doughnut shop operation that was planned, I have serious reservations about the caliber of the scheme and participants.

Too many things have been blurred together, and many of the root problems still are quite ironically not being addressed. It's interesting to see the sheep are somewhat aware and upset that things are so WTF? in Washington these days, but yet they still seem quite clueless about the fallacies of the human condition and control/programming system that have lead us to this point. How do you solve a problem unless you can first clearly identify it?

America has become a country of addicts. Addicted to alluring credit card ads, fine print, their own insulated stupidity and lack of the apparent cognitive skills to really do anything about it.

What do you say to that? You can't save people from themselves. You CAN install regulations to prevent predatory/manipulative/deceitful creatures from taking advantage of the apparently semi-retarded huddled masses...but yet, throughout this entire bailout debacle, you ironically don't see the problems getting solved, just more vulture corporations and advertising models being thrown together to further widen the prosperity gap.

With all due respect, WTF is that?

I saw Obama's scripted tax day revolt rebuttal speech about Alan the business owner's plight followed by the choreographed parade of the "average citizens" obediently following their relatively elected leader out of the press conference in a single-file line...but I have no clue how intelligent or well-informed those people are.

What percentage of them believe virgins have babies and ancient martyrs literally rose from being dead? That is the twisted human condition that I can simply not understand, so trying to pick sides knowing that my hopeful plans to save the world by bringing people to a new level of enlightenment and understanding are doomed to fail. I, like Obama, like Ron Paul, like many thoughtful intelligent men, have undoubtedly mistakenly projected my own world perspective onto the average person rhetorically speaking, and in doing so, greatly over-estimated them.

So now what? To quote the Green Day song from several years back: "I've been around the world and seen that only stupid people are breeding, the cretin's growing and feeding..."

And believing what's on TV is like watching reality through a highly distorted screen.

In a perfect world you could assume the average person has the mental prowess and good looks of your typical TV anchor, in reality you've got guys tying tea bags to their eyeglasses and then being put on the spot on national TV as if only to undermine the belief that individual responsibility functions below the comical 70% passing grade.

And these are the concerned, proactive citizens.

Can you even imagine the ones that fall through the cracks before leaving high school?

The bottom line is America truly represents the full spectrum of the human condition when left to its own devices, and the result is not something that can be labeled as "American" or "un-American" without individualized testing.

All people are not created equal, and when given the same opportunities, all of them obviously don't perform equally, so there is ultimately going to be a growing problem past certain points.

Someone has to protect the good, honest, trusting people from those of superior capacity but ill intent, and our society is grossly lacking in that mechanism. On the other hand, you can just remove any rules and supervision...and, well, I guess you see what happens.

Look at all the different breeds of dogs. Look at how well some behave naturally. Look at how well some are trained by intelligent, knowledgeable, caring owners. Look at what a nightmare others are, more often than not because of the sub-par human responsible for programming them. Those retarded owners can still have 14 kids if they want...and see where this going. How does our society afford to finance such unbridled irresponsibility?

People are no different--although perhaps more complicated and sophisticated in programming.

So, in summary, I'm torn. If the revolt is against the bailouts, count me in. If the revolt is against letting people like Nancy Pelosi give a large percentage of my life away to other criminal business minds as payback for supporting her election, count me in. If the revolt proposes to simply install a different yet myopic set of leaders and rules that don't acknowledge and address where the human condition is failing in certain areas, then what's the point?

I'm going to see if my cameraman is game to go cover some of the local protests. In the meantime, I'm not sure what to think.

Perhaps more to follow. See ya at the doughnut shop...although given the time, place, and context, to quote Obama "I'm not sure what that says about the people" except that they have one or two minor things in common that aren't necessarily bad. On the other hand, some of the other things they don't have in common and invest their time in really makes one wonder.

I guess the proof is in the individualized litmus test.

People are funny creatures, myself included.



Update: So I'm watching Glenn Beck's coverage of the event @ the Alamo, and the whole thing was tolerable and interesting until he suddenly interviewed a Republican actress who lives in Hollywood then proceeded to hype Sarah Palin. With all due respect, that was a bad, very bad thing to do because he just labeled the entire event as having a Republican bias...and that other wrong damn sure isn't right. Damnit, all my fears about the retarded self-centered, short-sighted masses may be true. Help me Jesus!

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Getting warmer...

Lindsay is going straight and comically sane again? Thank God.

Laugh at yourself and the world laughs with you.

Some of us have much more material to work with than others. lol

Monday, April 13, 2009

Tis but a sarcastic micro-rebuttal.

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@britneyspears Rock out with your twats out? That's enough to make me start smoking weed again.Hey there,

Thanks for writing!

Stephanie Whiteside
Manager, Online Community

On 4/3/09 6:02 PM, "Allen Simpson" <> wrote:

My dream job?

Being myself on TV and getting paid lots of money for it!


Hope everyone at current is well, you guys kick ass!



P.S. After that I would love to adapt the rhetoric and platform to actually save the world by preventing people from being such idiots, but that gets a bit more complicated.

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

The Ancient Decorated Rock Pile Conundrum


I'm watching the National Geographic Channel special on the Temple Mount myth naming thing that is responsible for so much chaos in the world. Oh the irony.

I'm not sure they are going to like my kindergarten-esque approach to addressing the nonsense, but I call it like it is.

The 'Holy rock' eh?

Hi! I'm Barry for Sham-Wow...

Wanna buy a pet rock? Wanna base your life around it? Wanna kill and hurt for it?

Do you think your programming might be off? Just a tad perhaps? No, not like gangsta rap off, but off from complete truth and logic just the same?

God, come here a second please. Have you seen my Self-Directed Behavior book?

Any suggestions?

What do you mean certain humans, not You, are responsible for this grossly irresponsible mind control?

Well that is totally fucked up. That's what you keep trying to say?


Don't take it personally, it's only logic and human behavior mechanisms you're going to be arguing with from this point on. Don't worry, it's not like it's modern rocket science versus ancient storytelling. Wait, errr...well, perhaps it is, but don't worry, this is circular and benevolent, so you can take comfort in knowing it will win and protect the principles of righteousness and truth every time. That's how theory works.

"A direct line to God." My reply = ha.

Try again.

Nice horse...did you design that yourself?

"The king of the Jews." Oh Christ, here we go again.

"The Romans are evil blah, blah, blah..." Have any of you been to Caesar's Palace in Vegas lately?

Oh snap, the Muslims just got thrown into the mix...

The Arabs versus Jews huh? (facepalm) The catastrophe is right.

Insert international separation of church and state. Don't worry, pretty soon BOTH of those words will be irrelevant in my design.

Ya know...with the obvious discrepancies in propaganda know how easy it would be to...nevermind, I'll just leave that ace in the proverbial hole. ;)

God's revelation eh? What about the much more modern revelations?

I like the idea of mathematical harmony, but I don't necessarily agree that what ancient Islam says is mathematical harmony is indeed mathematical harmony.

It's just an octagon for Christ's sake.

Three words: Group behavior psychology. Free yourself from the ancient retardedness your elders have you trapped in. Books are books, blogs are blogs, words are words, the ONLY ones that matter should be true. That is not what the TV is showing me at the moment.

Living in the past is not necessarily good for the present or future. Don't worry, you can still be special and rewarded for treating others and yourself with the respect they deserve. We're all about respect here. Principle, intent, effort, and respect.

Throw in compassion, change the order around, and you have the acronym PRICE.

(insert Holy Grail)

Jesus challenged the money changers there? And Hitler was pissed at the Jews because? Irony.

Come the fuck on kids. I mean really. This kind of alleged devotion and none of you can even stop a few trillion dollar criminal bailout? And I'm suppose to believe you have the power of God or are telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?

Let's not even talk about Gaza or Palestine, because you trumped your own Holocaust pity excuse card with that. Not smart. Really not smart.

But luckily we're not drawing lines like that anymore so you might just have a way out based on common sense and relative admission of sanity instead of hats and and allegedly magic rocks.

Magic rocks? Really? No, really? Wow ya'll. And not just you, all of them. And not just all of them, all of us. It's about time the human condition stopped being manipulated with ancient lies instead of modern behavioral principles so much.

Wow. I Painfully mind-boggling...with all due respect of course.

You wanna be a good person and do the right thing for others above yourself? Good for you, you might even have a savior complex like I do, but religion is robbing you of the credit for your own good deeds, and that just ain't cool in my book. Let's give credit where credit is due alright?



Because, that is obviously what's important. You help someone in need, because that person needs help and you have that help to offer. If/when you are that other person you would hope for the same, and that's the way the game is supposed to work.

So the evil king built the Holy temple? You must be fucking kidding me? Wow. You've got a huge symbolic problem right there.

Don't worry. I can predict the future. Here's what's coming: A muesem.

It's OK, blogs may be considered Holy text and Facebook may very well be a muesem too one day. Nothing but a testament to anceint psychological behavior modifying technology.

Oh...the Lost Years of Jesus is on I have the patience? Not to write about it at least.

Don't take it personally, I simply argue for intelligence, truth, and logic. At some point we must all have the courage to question what we have been told/taught when it doesn't make sense, if not, how can God respect our existence as a spirit in the virtual world he created for us to exist in?

Makes ya think huh?

I reckon I've ruffled enough feathers for one night.




The 'Hand of God' etc.

...but the 'crazy' part is, just last week I was in a semi-dream state (i.e. falling asleep but still conscious) and had some kind of weird vision where my physical form was actually just composed of stars like they were molecules. The effect was something like zooming-out into space and then coming upon the realization that the perception of my physical being was actually comprised of a seemingly infinite number of the impression of something that looked similar to that picture, but not exactly.


I presume lots of people have these kinds of dreams though.

I haven't seen Men in Black in awhile, but I think there is a similar effect in the beginning of that movie where the grain of sand turns into infinite space or vice-versa or something like that.

Hmmm...I've actually decided to drop attempting to mold the religious nonsense into my storyline for the time being and just take the ball back into my court using science and psychology instead.

How so you ask?

Well, I finally received a new copy of my own personal 'Bible', which just happens to be a book entitled: Self-Directed Behavior. I think it was originally supposed to be read for one of my college classes back in the day, but I never read it at the time. It ultimately got put on my bookshelf along with all my other college text books and remained there untouched for years until I stumbled across it later in life.

When I rediscovered it, I read the first-part and used it to 'reprogram' myself away from the club scene at the time, but I didn't finish and the book ultimately was forgotten about and lost.

Note to self: Reprogram self to follow through next time.

Anywho, since I don't have my stupid token magic Ferrari yet, it occurred to me that I need to reprogram my behavior to attain my new desired career direction now that I'm far more aware of what the world has to offer and what I'm possibly capable of beyond what I saw as options growing up and going to school in rural Texas.

As such, I ordered a new copy last week and received it yesterday. So far I've read one chapter aloud each day and recorded it, and I'm actively deciding which behaviors to modify to correct my circumstance and performance, since I've spent WAY too much time watching TV over the last few years when there are obviously lots of much more productive options for my time.

It's great for reprogramming yourself for everything from working out to studying to eating right and choosing your social interaction too, so if you've fallen into any bad habits you want to get rid of, this book gives you a very specific scientific approach and therefore relatively complete control to change them.

With the world going the way it is these days, maximizing one's performance can be a real lifesaver, and since Jesus hasn't shown up to stop the lies, the vultures, or the economic meltdown...I just said f*ck it, I guess I better save myself.


Happy Tuesday everyone!



(my rebuttal to my friend Doug the rocket scientist's most recent blog entry about space related news and being attacked for being an athetist) @

I guess it all depends on how you define 'God'.

I don't use the word 'God' in the context of ancient religion except mockingly. I do however use the word/concept of 'God' to represent infinite/ultimate knowledge of things far beyond our mind's ability to comprehend.

I consider science to be the pursuit of understanding 'God'. Try out my theory, it works on everything, even from a rocket scientist's perspective, and even encompasses things like your mysterious invisible space dust.

For the record, I highly doubt man's accurate perception of the universe, because it relies on the measurement of light/energy waves that we can't prove we completely understand yet. Some, yes. Everything? Not a chance in hell. It could still just be one huge 3D game of Second Life, and no one can prove otherwise. That's the comedy of it.


To know the whereabouts of every quark of every atom of every molecule and to know how each one is reacting with anything else at any give 'frame' of time is to be 'God', and the only way man can even mimic such an environment is via digital technology that will obviously never achieve the perceivable resolution of life itself.

I think it would be safe to say that 'God' is responsible for 'life' for the purposes of my future comical pseudo-science religion, but the nonsense from the Bible, Koran, etc. is obviously (poorly) constructed man-made nonsense. It's an ancient mind-control mechanism. It does scare me that people can be so...ummm...gullible as to believe such things literally, since even as a child being brainwashed at church I thought "WTF is this nonsense they are trying to indoctrinate me with?...they can't be serious?". It is a disturbing litmus test of our society that people will believe fairytales literally, and go around looking down at other people for it. Even Ann Coulter wears a cross, a complete contradiction of intelligence.

Even worse, when the system is based on lies, it leaves the door WIDE open for relatively evil hypocrites. Example A: A girl I used to know who is/was literally a whore but has stated on her profile front and center that she is Christian/Catholic. The human lies are what I take issue with, my science God is perfectly cool though because he represents nothing but the truth, knowledge, and logic in trying to discover how this stupid spinning rock/mass system works.

That is all for now.

Thursday, April 2, 2009

I crack myself up.

AllynTygrrrIcon_lock@britneyspears Come on Brit...I just started following you on Twitter...twit something compelling!!! :)Her most recent twit: Win floor tickets to Britney's Circus tour in California, Phoenix, Salt Lake City or Chicago!

Eh, close enough.

After reading her tweets I did realize the whole K-Fed "oops!" was a result of her relative isolation while being stuck on the road with her dancers. That and poor judgment when dealing with manipulative characters...but haven't we all been there? I seems celebrity obviously doesn't protect one from one's self as much as I always imagined it would. Oh well.

Speaking of which, since the recession has forced me out of my boring-as-hell normal day job, should I be a normal club promoter in Long Beach to survive? Ironically these are the kinds of roles everyone else would LOVE to have and they just get thrown in my lap, but yet I'm hesitant because the entire bar scene seems so shallow and skin deep. Where are all the quality women at?

P.S. I threw my hat in the ring for 4/20 in Anaheim because it seemed so obvious. They were talking about a 4/20 KCTY concert in my radio class yesterday, but I wasn't paying happens a lot. Did you know 4/20 is also...nevermind. :)

"Never settle, never quit." -Me

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Leadership Quotes

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  • "Real leaders are ordinary people with extraordinary determination."
  • "Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great." Mark Twain
  • "If you are thinking one year ahead, sow seed… If you are thinking ten years ahead, plant a tree… If you are thinking one hundred years ahead, educate the people." Chinese proverb
  • "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm" Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • ""You can't stuff a great life into a small dream." H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
  • "Excellence is to do a common thing in an uncommon way." Booker T. Washington
  • "The road to success is filled with many tempting parking places."
  • "How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world." Anne Frank
  • "Everyone can be great because everyone can serve…you only need a heart full of grace… a soul generated by love." Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn."

Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Pretty Propaganda and Taking the April Fool's Day Cake

Yeah, yeah....we know, we know...some aren't huge fans of Fox News b/c they label right-wing conservative spin as 'Fair & Balanced'...but don't blame the messengers.

I mean, with all do respect, if you were plotting to conquer the world via media hype, what better than the Barbie twins to deliver it? matching yellow outfits nonetheless.

Talk about a double-take...

For those of you who don't follow me religiously on Facebook (and now kinda sorta on Twitter again!, I gave up smoking weed.

Although, yes, it's April Fool's Day... interestingly enough, there is complete truth to that statement. I haven't touched it in 3 days...and I plan to at least keep the experiment up for another week or two just to see if anything changes.

So, if my late-evening posts sound slightly more coherent but slightly less fantastical in nature, you can take bets on what's going on behind the scenes and we'll connect the dots later.

Since I didn't do anything really cool or interesting for April Fool's Day this year, I'll go ahead and mention the first April Fool's Day hijinx from years gone by that came to mind...

Back when I was dating Candy...I called my parents on April Fool's Day and told them her and I were in Vegas (it was a much more common occurrence back then) and had just gotten married.

Since I did it first thing in the morning (apparently these are the stupid kind of jokes I come up with upon first waking up while still lying in bed), they bought it hook, line, and sinker.

I told my dad...and he just handed the phone to my mom and said "Here, talk to your son."

I bring this up because I remember my mom's reaction and quote so clearly even years later. I told my mom the same thing I had just told my father, there was a pause for it to sink in, and then she said: "Son, of all the dumb sh*t you have ever done....this takes the cake."

And she doesn't curse very often.

What a fun child I must have been right?

Now if I can only get her to believe my comedic secret plot to take over the world via befriending certain kids in the media over the last few years isn't exactly all complete fiction...

That will be the greatest April Fool's Day joke of all time.

Happy April 1st ya'll!