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Good News: CSI Season 6 & LOST Season 2 premieres this September already! Bad News: Only in the US! (Damn it!)
Friday, August 26, 2005


"Bodies In Motion," CSI6 first episode is expected to air in late September, 2005.

The CSIs will work on two challenging cases involving an explosion in a trailer park and a beautiful girl who is found dead on the street -- while Gil Grissom spends some extra-curricular time trying to make sense of the events from CSI5's season finale.

There's much more going on in "Bodies In Motion", including the return of some character-oriented storylines from last season. There's romantic tension between Grissom and Sara, as Sara still isn't getting any closer to the man she secretly loves. Plus there's professional tension between Grissom and Catherine, with Catherine's career seemingly taking a downturn again. And there's even a separate third case, in which Greg and Sofia work together to try and solve the murder of a pastry delivery girl found dead in her car.

Source: CSI Files


The second season of "Lost" will begin Wednesday, Sept. 21, according to ABC.

Sorry! Got no spoilers for you but I can confirm some of season 2 guests though.

Michelle Rodriguez' (Girlfight/S.W.A.T.) character, "Ana-Lucia," was introduced sometime during the first season finale. She was talking to "Jack" if you can remember.

Cynthia Watros, formerly of the sitcom, Titus will also be guesting.
posted by dyeni @ 8:15 AM   0 comments
RAIN! Gosh darn it!
Monday, August 22, 2005
I need rain! The humidity and heat is so freakin' bad! Yeah sure, it rained a bit...for like 5 seconds! Then the overbearing heat came back! Grrrrrrr!!!

I need to know some sort of chant, spell or rain dance to make it rain here specifically in our area.

Or...I could move to a place where there's snow! Japan has snow right?
Nah! No place to live there anyway. I don't think Mako will take me in after all the horror and mockery Mitch & I put her through the whole time she was here.

Sigh...I wish our refrigerator was bigger...

Damn it! RAIN!!!!!
posted by dyeni @ 11:01 PM   1 comments
Animal Planet
Sunday, August 14, 2005

I just came to realize that Animal Planet is not just a cable channel but it’s where I live. Every friggin' day, I discover a new animal in different areas of my house and somehow, these animals seem to be after me in one way or another...

Couple of months ago, my cousin caused our entire street to panic since he claimed to have seen a snake "as thick as his arm" slithering into our garage. So all the supposedly "brave males" of our street gathered around our gate "fully armed" – by fully armed I mean they were carrying sacks, and different kinds of sticks (yes, bbq stick included). My father was not yet a part of the "brave male" crowd as he was napping (at 6pm). He was then awakened by the sound of my screeching mother. So my father in complete battle gear attire (shorts & white rubber boots) went out to join the now growing crowd by our gate. Then, after a while of gasps & shouts from the bystanders, the snake comes out...a little teeny, weeny, black garter snake as thick as a piece of spaghetti string. Aaaarrrgggh! How truly frightening! The snake could pass for a really well fed earthworm! Stupid cousin!

A few weeks ago, a litter of kittens were born somewhere near our house (before you go "awwww..." read on). I just didn't realize that "somewhere near our house" meant somewhere inside our house. More specifically, somewhere near my window!
I had the 6-3 shift during that time and I could not sleep a wink!
All I could hear were the stupid kittens' incessant meowing!
"Miw! Miw! Miw! Miw! Miw!"
All night long, the constant, never-ending "Miw!"
And if I do get to sleep, I dream about the kittens "Miwing!"
Damn you cute and furry little creatures of hell!
Thank God their mother decided to move them!

I thought my suffering was over but NOOOOOO...
About 2-3 days ago, my mother brings home about 8 tiny birds. I thoughts they were harmless like the 2 parakeets that we already had. Man! Was I wrong!
These new birds were freaks!
They may look like birds, but they sounded like frogs. So all the live long day they croak & croak & croak (my mother finds them sweet & endearing).
This time I'm on the GY shift so I sleep during the day but since these evil winged-beasts came into my life, its like kittenhell all over again!

Nananadya ba kayo?!!!

A couple of nights ago, I was in a staring contest with what seemed to be a flying cockroach...I lost.

Me...about to enter my room. I stopped cold since I saw the most horrifying sight ever---a cockroach smack right in the middle of the upper doorframe facing downwards, as if preparing to attack whoever dares try to enter the room.

Its target...Me.

Now before you judge me, there's something you need to know first. Roaches, whether living or dead, are my biggest fear. I have never in my entire life killed a roach (ever!) and I scream bloody murder every time a roach even so much tries to get within 3 feet from me.

So being the sissy that I am, I slowly walk towards the bathroom (which was right next to my room), all the while never taking my eyes off the roach. And when I was 3 steps away from the bathroom, I ran inside and quickly closed the door (Yes! I realize how stupid it is for a grown person to be afraid of a 2 inch insect!).

I looked around the bathroom for the Baygon (we keep it there sometimes). But it wasn't there. So in true MacGyver style, I decided to improvise. I looked around for any other object I could use as a weapon. The only things I could find were my father's used shorts and an empty toilet paper roll. I grabbed the two (not really knowing what their use was for such a deadly event) and slowly opened the bathroom door. I looked to where the roach was supposed to be (door frame) but it wasn't there anymore.

Guess where it was! That's right! In front of the bathroom, staring at me! I swear! It really wants to kill me!

So I hurled my father's shorts and the empty toilet paper roll at it (MacGyver would have been proud) and ran to my room.

I pray to God that I would not be running into any more of these monsters anytime soon. If I do, that would most probably be the death of me.
posted by dyeni @ 7:32 AM   0 comments
GRAVEYARD SHIFT: The busiest shift of them all...
Saturday, August 13, 2005

For those lucky bastards not working for a callcenter. Let me give you an inside look at what callcenter employees look like and what they usually do during the GY shift...

your typical callcenter employees

What your typical callcenter employees do during the night shift...

play with expensive dumb toys that don't make sense

(expensive dumb toy available at LANDES, fingers sold separately)

make fun of deformed gummy bears

get mesmerized by peeing dogs

get mesmerized by rubber ducks

watch porn movies of Jim Carrey

Now that you know...You must NEVER CALL a callcenter during night if you DO NOT want to come across morons such as the ones shown above. KAPEESH?!
posted by dyeni @ 7:21 AM   2 comments
ZUMA: BEWARE! Extremely Violent Game!
Wednesday, August 03, 2005

I don't really know where this game originated from but this game is veerrrry dangerous. I repeat...DANGEROUS!!! Stay away from this game or the people who play this game! Here are some of the symptoms of a Zuma-addicted person.

1. Person has blatant disregard for anything or anyone else while involved in playing "the game."

2. Person thinks that the highest level of achievement or goal there is would be getting through stage 6-3 of "the game."

3. Person's right hand is no longer a "hand" but a CLAW. Right hand is tightly wrapped around a computer mouse most of the time thus causing this deformity.

4. Person makes sudden violent outburts and seems to have an extensive knowledge of every single curse word of every language there is. Curse words seem to be directed at a tiny frog.

5. During a bad game, person would glare continuously at pc monitor and make rude hand gestures at the monitor every now and then.

6. During a good game, person would lovingly stare at the pc and would mumble words of support and wisdom to the tiny frog and would shout out odd words like "splendid!" when all goes well.

7. Person seems to hear "clinking of balls" everywhere he or she goes.

8. Person would either start to feel extreme hatred or extreme love for frogs.

When you see someone displaying behavior such as the one's mentioned above. Stay away! Stay far away before they suck you into ... ZUMALAND!

Now if you'd excuse me, stage 7-1 na ako. Bye!
posted by dyeni @ 7:11 PM   1 comments
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