Tuesday, March 15, 2005

Monday, March 14, 2005

Monday Morning - UGH!

Well, good morning all! It's already been a rough morning and it's only 7:15. I had to wake up uber-early because Jason had to use my car and he had to be at work at 7:00. So, I was dropped off at 6:30! Way too early for me. But, I'll live.

I'm happy to announce that Nikko Smith will be coming back to American Idol!!!!! Mario Vasquez dropped out for "personal reasons". So, I'll be glad to see Nikko back - GO ST. LOUIS!! I'll be sure to vote for him!

I'm so tired!

Okay, I can't think of anything else to say - brain dead!

Here's a joke to start your week off:

There was a middle-aged couple that had two stunningly beautiful teenage daughters. The couple decided to try one last time for the son they always wanted. After months of trying, the wife finally got pregnant and sure enough, delivered a healthy baby boy nine months later. The joyful father rushed into the nursery to see his new son. He took one look and was horrified to see the ugliest child he had ever seen. He went to his wife and told her there was no way he could be the father of that child. "Look at the two beautiful daughters I fathered!" Then he gave her a stern look and asked, "Have you been fooling around on me?" The wife just smiled sweetly and said, "Not this time!"

Monday, March 07, 2005


I keep hearing a word and I hate said word! Has anyone ever heard someone say "irregardless"? I hear it and I hate that word!

The word "irregardless" is not grammatically correct. Even in The American Heritage College Dictionary it says, "ir-re-gard-less adv. Nonstandard Regardless. [Perh. blend of IRRESPECTIVE and REGARDLESS.] Usage Note: Many mistakenly believe irregardless to be correct in formal style, when in fact is is chiefly used in nonstandard speech or casual writing. It was coined in the U.S. in the early 20th century and has been roundly condemned because of the logical absurdity of combining the negative ir - prefix and -less suffix."

Regardless means, "in spite of everything anyway." Adding the "ir" would make it the opposite of "regardless". That means it negates itself fools!

It plainly frustrates me when I hear an, otherwise intelligent, person say "irregardless". Please don't be that person!

Sorry, I had to rant for a minute, I can't stand to hear that word and I heard it this morning from one of the company's Vice Presidents!

I've been so busy lately. I really want to get my CM business off the ground, but I can't seem to do it. I guess it doesn't help that I work full time. I've been frustrated with my business level within CM. My vow is to work on that. My goal is to add 100 customers this year. Think I can do it? We'll see.

I'm going for now...ta ta!

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

I'm Not Good With Titles

Hey guys,

I know, I know, I haven't been around for a while - but there really hasn't been anything to post. Nothing is going on in my boring little world. I just wanted to let you all know I was still alive.

A little joke on my way out...

A married man was having an affair with his secretary. One day, their passions overcame them and they took off for her house, where they made passionate love all afternoon. Exhausted from the wild sex, they fell asleep, awakening around 8:00 pm. As the man threw on his clothes, he told the woman to take his shoes outside and rub them through the grass and dirt. Mystified, she nonetheless complied. He slipped into his shoes and drove home. "Where have you been?" demanded his wife when he entered the house. "Darling, I can't lie to you. I've been having an affair with my secretary and we've been having sex all afternoon. I fell asleep and didn't wake up until eight o'clock." The wife glanced down at his shoes and said, "You lying bastard! You've been playing golf!"