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The Jonas Brothers were raised in pods!!!!!!

Believe it because its true, ladies and gentlemen. The Jonas Brothers, America's latest contribution to world entertainment, are nothing more than a tandem of pod children. The lot of them were artificially inseminated in a scienctific lab of science located underground 100 yards outside of Disney Land. Other results of what has been deemed, The Proactive Pod Allocation are the following:

-A.J. from the Backstreet Boys

-Lance Bass from NSync

-The whole cast from High School the Musical (except the chick that did the sex tape)

-The writers of the hit show Saved by the Bell

Thats all I have to say about that.

*ahem*

Is it just me or does the "D" in the Disney logo look more like a backwards "G". I have always thought this and for a very long time in my life I thought it actually WAS a backwards "G". I never questioned it. I just thought that's what it was. Don't judge me.

Don't you DARE judge me!!!!

Last night I went to a comedy show. It was at a place called Beauty Bar.
(end of story)

To save money, I went to the grocery store to buy food I can cook instead of eating out every night.
(end of story)

I don't know if you've noticed this lately, but I have become terrible at telling stories. The elements of a good tale do not exist in recounts of my life. I think the problem is that my life lacks conflict. I don't have any drama. Sometimes I try to tell stories right at the climax. I start conversations in the end of the middle when things get exciting. For example, I may start a conversation like this:

"....and thats when she started punching me in the stomach with her rock fists!"

As you can tell this is an improper way to begin a tale of any sort. Who was this woman punching me in the stomach with rock fists? Why was she punching me with her rock fists? Most importantly, how did she aquire fists made of rocks and where may I get hold of such a comodity for myself?

You won't find the answers to any of these questions reading this blog or having a conversation with me, so don't bother.

TV on the Radio isn't as good as I think they could be. Dangermouse should produce their next project. I think that would be good.

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