I just watched The Wrestler. Randy Ram was a cool guy, and I think that he really touched my heart with his whole, I am a wrestler speech. It's so sad man, to see people become their careers. But at least Randy died doing what he loved. I think that's what was really important to take from that movie. He never got the chance to be the dad he wanted, or the husband, but he did have his love of wrestling. To bad his heart had to be a bitch and give out, and to bad his daughter had to be a raging dike, and his stripper friend is an idiot who wouldn't see him through to the end. Randy was pushed away so much, and he gave all he had left to his only piece of life he could hold onto.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
Two weeks ago I was frying a fish in a deep fryer at my job at Popeyes(TM). I was fired for jerking off in the restroom instead of working, but it doesn't matter, because I would rather be jerking off instead of working. Anyways, someone ordered a catfish value meal and they wanted mashed potatoes with a biscuit as the side dish. I prepared them the fish and heated the potatoes for them. But someone else who worked the soda machine put the biscuit on the tray, which was close because I forgot to put the biscuit in (that's teamwork for ya!). Popeyes buiscuits are OK, but they are not as good as the ones at Red Lobster. They serve cheddar biscuits over there that taste so good. They practically melt in your mouth. Now I want to eat at Red Lobster, but the closest one near me is 20 miles away.I could drive there, but I sold my really really shitty car for about 800 bucks to pay for WoW (World of Warcraft). But it's not like I'm going to waste it all on WoW, it's not like I'm a nerd or something like that. I use it to pay for DSL, porn, Xbox Live, bus fares, and all that other stuff. It's ok though, I have a bike.