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Wednesday, May 16th, 2007
6:01 pm
The 5 Acts of the Psycho Ex
Everyone has a psycho ex. While watching my friend go through a horrible time, I have stood by and laughed. He asks me why I am laughing, it's because the psycho ex is playing her part very well. Preposterous claims and lies. Oh man, some of this good. Anyways she is following what I've dubbed the "5 Acts."

1) Act 1-"Baby Please Don't Go"- This is where the "you will never find love again", "I'll just die I know it!" and the "I will always love you" comes in. Also, you can expect to hear the "guess who's having a baby?" bit in there too. All lies.

2) Act 2-"Goodbye Cruel World!"- This one is great. The ex attempts suicide but only to be conveniently found by someone i.e. a parent who is coming home or a roomate or friend. This a cry for attention. Also, reports of failing health may be substituted for the suicide. "I can't eat since you left me" or "the doctors don't know whats wrong."

3)-Act 3- "Kill Bill"- This is where the hate mail and anti-you propaganda starts. Next thing you know, prank calls and whatnot and maybe even the threats of violence come in to play even though there is no such mob, weapon, or person to harm you that exists.

4) Act 4-"The Last Hurrah" or "Laurie Strode syndrome"- This is where you get an e-mail, letter, phone call, or some other form of communique that tells you the person has died or is in critical care. No matter how official a paper looks, there is no legal reason for you to have been sent the document· The purpose for this is to get you to feel guilty as if everything was your fault and then to call and offer condolences or sympathy. The person will then get on the other line and yell at you or record it to play for their circle of friends to make a mockery of you. If you are contacted via phone and answer and it is someone telling you of unfortunate events, chances are the person cannot hold back and wants to blast you. This is your chance to wish them well in a happy and cheery voice. If they still have you believeing that said person is dead, a nice reply is "oh well, they had a good run."

5) Act 5-"Witness Relocation"- This is where the person privatizes or deletes any public internet message board profiles OR conversely waves their new life in your face. Don't be phased by either, it's still a part of the game. I went through this with a few women. It's complete bullshit too.


Don't bullshit a bullshitter!

Current Mood: happy
Monday, July 24th, 2006
1:31 am
Yep!
Man, lot's of gigs coming up! Things got real crazy within the span of an hour last Monday...and that's not a complaint.

I went to see The Threat and Glen Brody's semi-new band The Outbred Inlaws at the Smilin' Bhudda. Very cool show. Glen was giving out a 3-song disc which I listened to today and cheers to him! Good one buddy. I ended up hanging out with those folks afterwards and all were very nice.

That's all.
Wednesday, January 11th, 2006
12:40 pm
Holy Cow!
It has been a while since I wrote in this! Anyways, the past couple of gigs have gone well. That's all for now.

Current Mood: tired
Monday, October 31st, 2005
10:09 am
Happy Halloween!
Happy Halloween! This is my favourite day of the year! Always has been. I am also really looking forward to dressing up as the Wolf Man tonight! Owwwwooooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!
Monday, October 24th, 2005
10:43 am
Happy Birthday Jason Voorhees!
Yep, here on Live Journal. Here's the first post to the journal, hahahahahahahaha!

STAB STAB STAB!!!!!!!!!


'Friday the 13th' Alums Celebrate 25 Years
By MICHAEL CIDONI, Associated Press Writer
2 hours ago

LOS ANGELES - Happy 25th birthday, Jason. Alumni of the long-
running "Friday the 13th" horror-flick series gathered at Universal
Studios for closing night of the ScreamFest Horror Film Festival and
a 25th-anniversary party celebrating all things Jason Voorhees _
that hockey mask-wearing, machete-wielding, mass-murdering central
character of the 11 low-budget films.

"It's 25 years later, and it's wonderful," said series producer Sean
S. Cunningham.

The Saturday night gathering also marked the unveiling of the sort
of item usually reserved for a higher-brow Hollywood party: a
glossy, lavishly illustrated, hardcover coffee-table book, "Crystal
Lake Memories: The Complete History of Friday the 13th," by
entertainment reporter Peter M. Bracke.

With a young actress on his arm _ screaming, of course _ an actor in
a Jason costume was treated to "Happy Birthday" sung by many of the
performers who'd played Jason's victims.

After being asked to cut the first piece of his birthday
cake, "Jason" whipped out his machete and hacked it to pieces, to
the delight of dozens of cheering fans.

As alumni signed copies of Bracke's book, they reminisced about
their work on the series.

"I was Jason's first victim," bubbled actress Bobbi Morgan, who
appeared in the 1980 original "Friday the 13th," in which Camp
Crystal Lake served as the setting for a slew of murders. "(I) had
to jump out of the jeep, and run into the woods where it would be
safe. And I ran, and (Jason) finally got me and he slit my throat.
He got me! I never even made it to the camp."

Actress Diana Barrows appeared in "Friday the 13th VII: The New
Blood" 17 years ago, and said she still gets fan response from all
over the globe.

"I was in Poland two weeks ago, and I met these kids that
love 'Friday the 13th,' and asked me for autographs," she said. "Fan
mail from Japan. Fan mail from Australia. (I'm amazed by) the fact
that it's so international."

ScreamFest's Rudy Scalese observed: "We love to hate Jason because
he's one of those characters that everyone can connect with. In the
beginning, at least, he was truly scary. But then he sort of became
a little bit more of an icon people can cheer and root for, the same
way you root for villains in one of the James Bond movies, or you
clap for villains in one of those 'Fantastic Four' movies. Same
thing."

And it seems Jason isn't done killing yet.

"Well, you know, it's no surprise they're actually planning another
film," revealed author Bracke. "It's going to be another team-up
film, with Freddy (Krueger of the "Nightmare on Elm Street" series)
vs. Jason vs. Michael Myers (of the "Halloween" films), which makes
sense. And then they're talking about remaking the first movie and
starting all over again ...

"They'll just keep makin' them. Why stop at 25 years?"

Current Mood: tired
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