Friday, January 28, 2005

Check this out!
It's real funny!

I'm on a tight schedule concerning "things to do" so if you'll excuse me: I'm off doing my paperwork!

Friday, January 21, 2005

A guide led me through a bun. We were plucking ourselves a way through the bread when we got in a chamber that looked
threatening. I asked the guide if he recognized a point in the ceiling that looked like a sort of fungus: brownish threads of biological material crawling allover. From it emerged a creature that rolled towards us. It's body was disc-shaped and it had at least six legs,
being little bigger than a common house-spider, which it also resembled.
The colours were mostly brown and black. It rolled towards us, circled around us and than away from us before returning, obviously curious. It overcame its fear and ran over my body. When I made swapping movements with my hands to chase it off it kind of changed into a butterfly-like creature, flew up and circled around me a few more times.

At the same time a female friend of mine was in danger. She was in an all white room with two plastic benches in the middle, back to back. Here and there laserbeams had been fired across the room. Most were red, some were green. Once emitted, the beams stayed. My friend already had a small fleshwound at her leg where one of the beams had hit her. More beams filled the room when you could see the creature emitting them: It seemed to be a baby's head in a half-round plastic yelow bowl. Whilst my friend crawled the room for her life she knew I was on my way to rescue her. At one point the baby-head stood on one of the benches to fire it's laserbeams from there. It lost balance and fell. Out of the now broken yellow bowl slipped a slimy oval and extremely large children's head. Suddenly the rest of the body had formed, wearing blue and red clothes. Now the being had evolved and could aim it's laserbeams more accurately.
When I entered the room my friend shouted to warn me for a laserbeam. I evaded two by climbing onto one of the couches.

And more dreams of mine you will find here. Above is one of the latest additions. Some people who've read it carefully suggested I might need some professional help...Maybe they're right. Anyways I was at the point of quiting my job this week because I can get more money from social benefits and if at the same time I end the contract for my son's afterschool and will have money left to pay for my ex which gives me a better chance to see my daughter more often. However, I than could be sued for breach of contract. On top of that my boy was ill. How was your week?

Did you see the pictures of Titan? Maybe it's time to migrate! For George Junior and his followers... How dare he speak of freedom while at the same time he deprives thousands of it!?
Privatising social security is a stupid idea. So is planning a war against Iran. Or against any country for that matter. We can achieve world-peace on a much simpler plane: try to make at least two people smile each and everyday and treat others as you want them to treat you. And keep at it! Don't give up when you say "Bless you!!" to a stranger who sneezes on the bus in return calls you names or even threatens you physically.
Just keep smiling and keep up the good work!

Saturday, January 15, 2005


I'm an idealist.
What are you?


Your answers suggest you are an Idealist

The four aspects that make up this personality type are: Spontaneous, Ideas, Hearts and Introvert

Summary of Idealists

  • Make sense of the world using inner values
  • Focus on personal growth and the growth of others
  • Think of themselves as bright, forgiving and curious
  • May sometimes appear stubborn

More about Idealists

Idealists put time and energy into developing personal values that they use as a guide through life. They may seek fulfilment by helping others improve themselves and often want to make the world a better place. Idealists only share their inner values with people they respect.

Idealists are the most likely group to say they are vegetarian, according to a UK survey.
Idealists enjoy discussions about a wide range of topics, particularly those that deal with the future. They are typically easy-going and flexible, but if their values are challenged they may refuse to compromise. In situations where they can’t use their talents or are unappreciated, Idealists may have trouble expressing themselves and withdraw. Under extreme stress, Idealists may become very critical of others, or lose confidence in their own ability to cope. Recognition for their work is important to Idealists; however, they are also good at spotting false praise.

Idealist Careers

Idealists are often drawn to jobs where they can help people reach their potential. They are also attracted to careers that allow artistic creativity.

Friday, January 07, 2005

ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero released the memo Dec. 20 in New York. That document, a December 2003 FBI internal e-mail, suggests that Bush issued a secret Executive Order authorizing the use of extreme coercive measures in interrogation, including sleep deprivation, stress positions, attack dogs, and use of hoods to intimidate prisoners. The Geneva Convention Against Torture bans all of these practices.

Now that's a surprise! Apparently George Junior knew about the abuse of prisoners in the Abu Graib prison.
What do we call a president who uses torture as a means of staying in power, boys'n girls?

Just you wait till my son has seized power! But first he has to rest since he went ice-skating with me and my group yesterday and with his own group today. He's one happy and lucky kid. Did I tell you about the modeltrain he got from his grandfather, the other day? Neat stuff! We recently re-established contact after we hadn't seen one another since he and his daughter kicked me into seeing a doctor, about seven years ago. The argument started when he stated that Ferdinand would go to hell because I refused to have him baptised as a catholic. I responded that if heaven would be full of hypocrite people like him I'd pray for my son to go see the other guy. Grandpa was offended...

Sunday, January 02, 2005

More people die of starvation each and every week than the biggest tsunami in recorded history can kill in a day.
Of course it is mindboggling and more than awful what mother nature did in South-East Asia. Especially Indonesia has suffered sever losses and part of my family (on mothers side) is from there so it did shock us tremendously.
But why does the UN do so little te make an end to hunger? Why have the oilpiplines in Iraq been restored and do the people of Baghdad still don't have running water? Sources should be divided more evenly but as long as there are people who think they are entitled to have far more than others that remains an Utopia...

Between Christmas and the last day of the year my daughter Eva stayed with us. I'm hoping to see here more this year. With New Years Eve she was back at her moms and I was left with my son, my mom and my best friend. Not the worst of company one can imagine but I still missed my little girl...:-(

May justice rule in 2005.