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May. 19th, 2008

MONKIEEEE

Saw this on a random lj.

Please join me in remembering a great icon of the entertainment community.
 
The Pillsbury Doughboy died yesterday of a yeast infection and trauma complications from repeated pokes in the belly. He was 71.
 
Doughboy was buried in a lightly greased coffin.
 
Dozens of celebrities turned out to pay their respects, including Mrs.Butterworth, Hungry Jack, the California Raisins, Betty Crocker, the Hostess Twinkies, and Captain Crunch.
 
The grave site was piled high with flours.
 
Aunt Jemima delivered the eulogy and lovingly described Doughboy as a man who never knew how much he was kneaded. Doughboy rose quickly in show business, but his later life was filled with turnovers. He was not considered a very smart cookie, wasting much of his dough on half-baked schemes. Despite being a little flaky at times he still was a crusty old man and was considered a positive roll model for millions.
 
Doughboy is survived by his wife Play Dough, two children, John Dough and Jane Dough, plus they had one in the oven. He is also survived by his elderly father, Pop Tart.
 
The funeral was held at 3:50 for about 20 minutes.
 
If this made you smile for even a brief second, please rise to the occasion and take time to pass it on and share that smile with someone else that may be having a crumby day and kneads a lift.

Apr. 17th, 2008

MONKIEEEE

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AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

IM SO NERVOUS!!!!! IN 9 HOURS IM MEETING RICHLY"S COUSIN! ITS THE FIRST RELATIVE OF HIS THAT I'M GOING TO MEET.

GYYAHHHHHHH.

Mar. 4th, 2008

onward!!!!

Mocha "Mocha-ster" Insong 7/7/95 - 3/3/08

Mocha was well loved by our family and friends. She came to our house at 3 months old. While growing up from puppyhood to dog adulthood, she would chew up our kitchen floor to the extent of replacing the whole thing. I remember when she needed to use the restroom, she would go straight to the toilet and do her thing there. Funny thing is we haven't even train her to do that.

When we put her in hte backyard, we found out she has a knack for jumping over fences or the patio table. She even manages to jiggle the knob of the kitchen door enough to open it and come in. Because of her, we had to heighten the fences so she wouldn't enter the garden. She was a well behaved dog...not really. She doesn't get the lemons that are still connected to the branch even though it is almost touching the ground. Because of her, I had lots of shirts modified when she was in her teething stage. She loved to make holes in them.

When she got into dog adulthood, I didn't interact with her much, just give her treats at the door. The problem usually was that if you go in the backyard, she wouldn't let you go in without her and she isn't allowed in the house because she is too big.

Whenever there is fireworks and thunderstorms, we would usually put her in the garage because she feels the safest there. She is a little houdini. A couple of times she would like to lie down near the guava tree. What is puzzling is that that tree is blocked off with a chicken wire fence and have no idea how she got in there. We would usually say she is a magical dog and she just apparated. We ended up blocking that area with random bins because she would have a flea problem from staying in the dirt too long.

I spent more time with her when she started to mellow out with old age. When she showed signs of arthritis, I was the one who usually gave her the meds. At first it was hard because we would give it in bread but she would chew the bread and separate the pills. So we had to devise another plan and we crushed the pills into powder and mix it with the can food. That is when we started her on can food. Spoiled dog. She used to live off dry but now she gets both.

On Feb. 28 she couldn't get up nor walk. Thats when papa brought her to the animal hospital. She weighed 58 lbs, less than her normal 90-100 lb range. The did bloodwork on her and the results wouldn't show till Monday. When Monday came along, the results were grim. It was sever diabetese. Our family decided last Sunday if it was really bad, she would let her go. It wouldn't be fair for her. She even refused to drink water on Sunday morning. She basically had no will to live. SO Monday she was gone.

Heartless as it sounds right now, I'm looking forward in taking care of another dog or two. I'm looking forward to give them an opportunity to live a long healthy life. But not now of course. We need to get a new dog house. Papa is getting rid of the old one because there is no way to sterilize it since its a wooden house. It kind of sucks because papa made that house and it used to belong to Charity even though she hardly used it.

We are going to miss her but its life and we must move on.

Feb. 11th, 2008

MONKIEEEE

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Last Sunday I had Fr. Niko officiating mass and I decided to time his sermon. I didn't have a stopwatch on me and my phone was off so I counted the old fashion way. (One Mississippi...two Mississippi...) If I didn't zone out or lose count. His sermon would have lasted at 100 Mississippi.

It was also the 9 am mass and I could tell the choir was holding back, they were playing songs they know that the audience won't clap. We don't want another rant from him again do we? Even papa notice that it was a bit conservative compared to what the choir can dish out.

That is all.

Feb. 5th, 2008

MONKIEEEE

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Apparently I missed the most important episode on Oprah. More specificly The Oprah Show: "Inside the secret lives of hoarders."
11/15 & 11/16/2007 
. I'm reading the transcript and looking at the pictures and yeesh!! 

Jan. 9th, 2008

MONKIEEEE

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If you are wondering what song is on my myspace, its I.V by X Japan. Yoshiki was approached to do the soundtrack for the ending credits of SAW I.V. AHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!! Its sooo awesome!!!! Great timing since X Japan reunited. Minus HIDE of course because Hide is ..kinda dead. Anyways, besides that little setback, they reunited again. The song I.V. (pronounced ivy) like the medical I.V. is the song used in the ending credits. Sadly....the ending is not released in the U.S. showing at the request of Yoshiki. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! So now its a bit difficult for me to find the song on the net. Would anyone love to help me?
MONKIEEEE

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Why is it that every time the blood mobile comes, I'm on my period? I would like to donate again someday.

Dec. 12th, 2007

MONKIEEEE

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Dude there is this new age Pharmacy across the street from the school called Pharmaca. But the both times I went in there, they didn't have what I needed. I understand the rough/soft wash cloth wasn't there because it is a best seller in the store but it is not an excuse to not carry those disposable rubber gloves. You know, the ones they use in the hospital. I needed some because I am going to do some major cleaning and my hands don't like the chemicals. What kind of pharmacy is that? You can order prescriptions and get flu shots there, heck, they even have a large assortment of condoms/pads/pregnancy kits, the but no rubber gloves? WTH?

Nov. 20th, 2007

onward!!!!

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November's WIRED magazine has two really good article about manga and the evolution of American distributors. Actually, one is about manga in the Japanese modern culture and the  work ethics of copyright laws and settlements between mangakas and dojinshi writers, and the other article was 10 pages in...manga format.

The later really intrigued me because more or less I have EXPERIENCED the evolution of the American manga industry. I did not know that Sailor Moon came out BEFORE DBZ. I remember getting the MIXXzine magazine because of the sailormoon stuff...even though I detested the manga style of Sailor moon. I think I still HAVE the magazine...somewhere in the house...I remember it evolving into Mixx entertainment where it later turn into TOKYOPOP. I believe Cindy was a faithful subscriber to that magazine till it decided to fold. Then Tokyopop decided to sell manga in book form.

They also told about the evolution of formatting manga for the American artist. I would go into much MUCH more detail on it but...I want you to read the article...er...manga.

I have the wired magazine if anyone wants to read. ^_^

Man...everytime I type the word magazine, I had to go back and edit it because I type the word MANGAzine instead. lol.

Nov. 8th, 2007

MONKIEEEE

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Gyahhh this one dude wont stop staring at me and he is sitting right next to me in lab.  He is giving me the creepy vibe. Help....

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