The Suzie Diaries
Friday, July 18, 2003
I won't publish my page until I get my pictures developed. That way I can put them on there. Fun fun.
I don't think anyone will ever see the site I'm making. Screw the whole "I'll have it finished by tonight" thing. This is too good of a story.
KELLAYKELLAY: you will learn to face your discontents as you grow, young grasshopper wong tong suzie chan.
KELLAYKELLAY: *note how name keeps getting longer
Sorry I haven't written that much all day. I've been working on my newest addition to my collection of sites.
Laurel just called my cell phone and we talked for about 30 seconds. Since my house has bad reception I stepped outside and got bitten by about 747321846372846738125324179 mosquitos. Some babysitter I am.
Yeah, so I'm watching Lauren becuase my parents went to see Terminator 3, which I've heard only earned a half star... HAHA.
i could be going to a fair with crystal, but instead i have to babysit my sister....
Errrr. I guess thats the way the cookie crumbles....
I just went to the mall with nora. what a story i have. i'll tell you in a few minutes because my hands don't like me right now an di have no control over them.
Thursday, July 17, 2003
Wait!! Before I go:
"Most rock journalism is people who can't write interviewing people who can't talk for people who can't read."
- Frank Zappa
"It's a scientific fact that if you stay in California, you lose one point of IQ for every year."
- Truman Capote, on his impression of Hollywood
"I'm not offended by all the dumb-blonde jokes, because I know I'm not dumb. And I also know that I'm not blonde."
- Dolly Parton
"Always forgive your enemies; nothing annoys them so much."
- Oscar Wilde
"Once you can accept the universe as matter expanding into nothing that is something, wearing stripes with plaid comes easy."
- Albert Einstein explaining how he selects his clothes every day
"My cousin just died. He was only 19. He got stung by a bee - the natural enemy of a tightrope walker."
- Dan Rather - CBS Evening News anchorman, during an interview
"An end is in sight to the severe weather shortage."
- BBC weatherman Ian Macaskill informing the public about the coming changes in the
"Traffic is very heavy at the moment, so if you are thinking of leaving now, you'd better set off a few minutes earlier."
- An unnamed reporter talking about the morning traffic
"Nobody shot me."
- The last words of Frank Gusenberg when asked by police who shot him 14 times with a machine gun in the St. Valentine's Day Massacre
(that one wins)
"I have spent a lot of time searching through the Bible for loopholes."
- W.C. Fields
"Only Capone kills like that."
- George "Bugs" Moran, on the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
"The only man who kills like that is Bugs Moran."
- Al Capone, on the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre
"I find this corpse guilty of carrying a concealed weapon and fine it $40."
- Judge Roy Bean, finding a pistol and $40 on a man he'd just shot
"Sun may influence earth's climate"
- Headline to a news item from the Associated Press
"Computers in the future may weigh no more than one and a half tons."
- Popular Mechanics, forecasting the relentless march of science in 1949
"We don't like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out."
- Decca Recording Company after rejecting the Beatles in 1962
"Researchers have discovered that chocolate produces some of the same reactions in the brain as marijuana. The researchers also discovered other similarities between the two but can't remember what they are."
- Matt Lauer on NBC's Today Show
"This 'telephone' has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. The device is inherently of no value to us."
- 1876 Western Union internal memo
Reporter: "Do you like topless bathing suits?"
Ringo Starr: "We've been wearing them for years."
- From one of the many interviews with The Beatles
"Sharks are not interested in eating people. They tend to investigate people and one way they do that is to bite. But generally they take one or two bites and then go away."
- An unnamed New York ichthyologist
"Everything that can be invented has been invented."
- U.S. Patent Office Commissioner Charles H. Duell in 1899, upon calling for the abolition of his office
(this one loses. what an ass)
those last 6 posts are compliments of mindlesscrap.com
"The length of a film should be directly related to the endurance of the human bladder."
- Famed director Alfred Hitchcock
"Yes, the operator should have seen the deer, and yes, it should have been removed."
- Walter Bortree of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, on a road repair crew that paved over a dead deer
In the year 498 B.C., in the city of Chung-tu, crime ceased to happen with the naming of a new Minister of Crime. Legend has it that nobody wanted to commit a crime because everyone idolized the new minister, someone by the name of Confucius.
Before the 984 foot high Eiffel Tower was built in 1889, the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. was the tallest building in the world at 555 feet.
I was sitting at work this morning and everything started to shake. I looked at my coworker and I said calmly, "Are we having an earthquake?" He looked at me and said, "I think so."
I stood there debating what to do. Should I go under my desk and overreact or stand there looking cool. I've never looked cool so under my desk I went. I'm glad I did.
Walls were swinging, the floor moved up and down, things fell all around me as my desk collapsed. I heard things falling from other areas and then the power went out. I sat under my desk with my eyes closed and my arm sticking out. People later asked me why my arm stuck out. This, I thought, was quite clever. I have seen when the ceilings fall on people and desks collapse, and I thought if that happened to me and my arm stuck out, they would know I was there. It's ok, even my husband laughed at that.
Wednesday, July 16, 2003
i have no choice. i must go to dallas and meet my idol... i have no choice.... I MUST GO TO DALLAS ON FEBRUARY 28TH.
heres my day:
the morning was all a blur. lets fast forward to the afternoon.
i took jenna out to lunch for her half birthday. it was fun. we went to ruby's diner at had some amazingly good food... and we told them it was her birthday and they gave her a free sundae. yummy. the waitress thought we were 16. it was funny. then we went to the BIG suprise... BUILD A BEAR. it was so much fun. i mean, a lot of fun. so many laughs. we got matching bears with matching shirts that said "best friends". it was adorable AND it came with a free pair of sandals for them. it was so cute. and we paid for it and got pretty pink bows for them... we had so much fun. then we went to claires and bought big sister-little sister necklaces. and matching anckelettes. they're so cute!! but not as cute as our bears. then we got gelatos.... they were so expensive and you only got this little cup. but it was good... but it pissed me off MAJORLY because they gave us FLAT SPOONS. and they were TINY. so it took FOREVER to eat. nevertheless, it was good. and then we decided that we would be left handed. so i've been typing with my left hand ONLY this whole time and i think its taken me a half hour... LOL. oh well, good times.
me and jenna are gonna be lefties. it'll be amazing. right now i'm only typing with my left hand so i can build up my muscles... it sucks, but we'll be the ones laughing when we can use our left hands and you can only use the right. oh yeah, go us.
Tuesday, July 15, 2003
suziefromsweden: You're such a kidder.
TinkerbellBaby74: or am i?
suziefromsweden: Oh, you are.
TinkerbellBaby74: or so u think
suziefromsweden: Oh, I don't think.
What scares me:
The cleaning lady follows me around my house and cleans up my messes. I make lots of messes so she's always behind me.... errrr. Stalker.
Wow. What a morning. It all started out last night. I went to Dairy Queen. Steph was there. I left my wallet there. So then I went up to Penncrest this morning thinking she would be there... I went in and ran in to Nora and Jess. They told me Steph wasn't getting there until 10... So I was talking to them for a while. Maybe I should go up there every morning just to catch up on what they don't tell me... Or maybe not. But I had to go to my creative writing thing at Neuwman. ERRRRR. Oh well. So we did this thing were we got into partners and wrote a story. I made a new friend. I wanted to name her Mary, but she already had a name (Julia). Oh well. So we wrote a story. It sucked. I'm not even going to describe it. So then at 11:30 I left and went BACK to Penncrest to retreive my wallet. I hunted down Steph and you know what? She had it. So I have my money now and its all good.
Magic dragon911: i'm going to make a website listing everything you can be famous for
Now that's what I'm talking about!!!
Monday, July 14, 2003
suziefromsweden: (Translation: Do you care?)
suziefromsweden: No you don't.
Auto response from TinkerbellBaby74: this odl place
these old feelings
i know that vie been here before
but as i try to wipe it all away
at the end of the day
i still want to be by your side
.:the may story:.
may was born march 10, 1983 in lake arrowhead. She is cherokee indian, german, english, irish, and scottish. she is 19th cousin to prince charles, which means that if you kill about 10,000 engish people, may could become queen...(maybe). her parents got divorced when she was 9 months old. she had a wonderful, adventurous, happy childhood with her mother. then one day, at age 7, while visiting her dad, the mean and evil grandfather came and kidnapped may. he then put a false restraining order on her mother for domestic violence. may wanted to go home to her mother, but the court wouldn't let her. then the evil grandfather shipped may up to alaska to live with the strict aunt with the mean husband. the wonderful mother borrowed a lot of money from people and went up to alaska, fought court battles, and after about a year and a half got may back. yay! may now had a new baby brother. so things were not quite the same.
but, over time everything went back to normal. and right after that happened, when may was 11, guess what?! she got taken away again! random people came to our house, saw the little brother's toys all over the floor, and said "this house is a mess, you must be depressed" and took the poor mother away. they put her in the hospital for "depression" and because "she didn't make arrangements for her kids" (they wouldn't let her), ...they threw the kids into a modern day orphanage called orangewood. from there it got worse. may didn't get to see her brother for months. and she only got to see her mother for an hour a week, with a big mean person listening to everything they said, ready to terminate their visits at any mention of god or of running away. then may went into foster homes, and her brother got adopted against their mom's will.
then may went to a group home that was so horrible that you even had to ask to eat or go to the bathroom, to go to your room, to go on the front porch, and so on. if you didn't shake hands with every person that came to the door, you would be worse than grounded. you were not allowed to hug or touch anyone, you had to spent at least 12 hours a week deep cleaning, you only got 15 minutes a day to talk on the phone. No internet. if you were lucky you could see your friends for 4 hours a week, but you could not get in their cars, and the group home people would spy on you...you had to say "okay" to everything they said, no matter what it was!! it was like living under a totalitarian government!! ...there were a lot more horrible things too, but this is trying to be a "short" story!
at that time may did not get to see her "mommy" for a year and a half. then may went into more foster homes and etc, etc... her mom went to court over and over again, but there were too many lies and misunderstandings in the papers, and may never did get her mommy back. from age 7 or age 11, whichever way you want to look at it, may lived the rest of her life without parents. without love. without even an animal to hold. without anything. imagine that? how would you like to lose your entire family when you were that young? may turned 18 and tried to go home...but home was no more. the house was gone. the cat was gone. the brother was gone. and the mother had gone crazy from losing her only love, her children. the damage was irreparable. may's past had been erased. and all hope was finally gone.
may, age 19, is now a theatre major at ucsd. she's trying to catch up on the years of life she missed....being a child, and being a teenager....at the same time, she also has to live the life of an adult.
Go to this site.
Then remember that this lady killed her two children...
Sensitive my ass....