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Saturday, December 20, 2003

Overlooking the fact I'm a week late (I like saying "Overlooking the fact")... WE FINALLY CAUGHT SADDAM HUSSEIN!!! Woohoo!!


Where's your fedayeen now, you punkass?

Where's your fedayeen now, you punkass?? Oh, and Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King was cool, too.

Sunday, September 14, 2003

This weekend, I worked on one of my classmates' film shoot in Long Beach (for a short called The Guitar Thief)...and I met this one girl named Teary. She was the make-up artist on this production. She's very talented. Beautiful too.

Friday, September 12, 2003

REST IN PEACE John Ritter, and Johnny Cash.

Wednesday, July 23, 2003

Overlooking the fact I probably forgot to mention in my Blog that two of my friends and I were extras in the first Spider-Man movie, here's a wallpaper for the next one, coming out next year. Actually, I did mention my friends in my journal. Scroll down to the March 21, 2001 entry.


Doctor Octopus looks cool!

Artwork courtesy of Spider-Man.com

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

There's an article on CNN.com that talks about how the general public still supports the American space program despite the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster. Of course, the article also quotes some people who don't believe we should go to Mars yet until all problems on Earth are fixed (yea, that's gonna happen anytime soon, or EVER), and other people who think the space program is bogus and that the Apollo moon landings were a hoax. Being a big supporter of NASA and space exploration in particular, I'd have to call all these naysayers a bunch of morons. Or retards, take your pick.

Today I watched Blade II on VHS tape and The Pianist on DVD. Good movie, both of them. Blade II wanted me to buy some guns and a sword and vanquish anyone with sharp fangs in sight and The Pianist made me want to buy Saving Private Ryan on DVD since it shows us Americans kicking the Nazis' ass. USA! USA! USA!... On a related note, U.S. soldiers killed two of Saddam Hussein's sons, Uday and Qusay, in a raid in Iraq today. Two down, one to go. Not to sound sadistic or anything. Okay, I am.


In another article from CNN.com, there are over 70 sextillion stars in the universe. That's 7 followed by 22 zeros, or 70,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 or 70 thousand million million million. ONLY??? THAT'S WEAK!!! So anyways... How 'bout them Angels?

Wow, the universe is sooo boring.  J/k.

Friday, July 18, 2003

Well this certainly put a damper on the news of Karl Malone and Gary Payton signing with the Lakers.

MALONE: We can't wait till we play with Shaq and Kobe.  PAYTON: Well...just Shaq actually.

This is the second time in two months Kobe broke down in tears
Photos courtesy of ESPN.com and Lakers.com

Friday, July 11, 2003

Crappy San Antonio Spurs,, they couldn't even get Jason Kidd. What losers, hahaha. Payton and Malone rules!!!

Tuesday, July 08, 2003

According to Yahoo.com, Britney Spears admitted that she's not a virgin, and that she got some d*cktime with Justin Timberlake. I could care less about this, really, if this didn't carry implications for a girl I know who happens to be a big fan of Britney. Guess which girl I'm talking about... I only mentioned her about a dozen times on my journal.


OOPS, I got laid once again...

"Tap me baby one more time..."

Monday, July 07, 2003

PARMAN'S PAGE IS BACK!!! AND MORE CLUTTERED THAN EVER!!! Anyways, for those of you who actually checked out my site before it went kaput a little more than a year ago, I've decided to bring the webpage back...at the behest of one of my high school friends. Well here you go!! For those of you who seem to think this site looks kinda like the old one back in 2001, it's because it IS the old one back from 2001!! I'm a lazy-ass web designer!! Woohoo!! Anywho, I'll let you guys start ogling those dozens of pics I have of Francine Dee. See ya!

Wednesday, April 16, 2003

Those funny Iraqis!! Check out this article on ESPN.com, it's pretty hilarious! What's even funnier is that the Iraqi Minister would say something like that. Praise Jim Caple! What a crack up.


Here're some excerpts:

SAEED AL-SAHHAF: I swear to you by all that is holy that the moon will run crimson with the blood of the Boston infidels before this night is over! Already, the indomitable Yankees lead by seven runs, and the corrupt Red Sox are fleeing the stadium! They have forfeited the game and are returning to their homes to lick their wounds like the pathetic curs they are! Run like the wind, you stooges of western imperialism, and take your odor with you! You should never have stepped foot in our kingdom! Your arrogance has sealed your doom and condemned your children and your children's children to lives of slavery!

KAY: Well, we certainly hope that's the way it turns out tonight, Mohammad, but actually, we're still waiting for the managers to exchange lineup cards. ...

...

SAEED AL-SAHHAF: Bernie steps back into the box as all New York holds its breath ... the war criminal Martinez peers in for the sign ... he winds and delivers ... swung on and belted deep to left! It's going ... going ... and it's gone! ORDER THE SERVANTS TO ROAST THE FATTED CALF AND LAY OUT THE SATIN SHEETS, THE VESTAL VIRGINS HAVE ENTERED THE PALACE!!!! The Yankees lead is 12 runs and Martinez has collapsed on the mound! BOO-YAH!!!

KAY: Actually Mohammad, I think that was a called third strike on Giambi. And it leaves the score 14-2 in favor of Boston with the bases empty and the Yankees down to their final out. Mohammad, I guess it's just not the Yankees night.

SAEED AL-SAHHAF: We have the infidels just where we want them! Manager Joe Torre has cleverly led the scarlet-hosed stooges into a noose from which there is no escape! The Red Sox child general manager Epstein has dispatched his players on a suicide mission! We shall humble this New England gang of villains and leave their bones to dry in the desert sun as a warning to our enemies! Praise Steinbrenner!

KAY: Yes, well, I guess that's like Yogi said, It ain't over 'til it's over. Anyway, here's the pitch ... Matsui swings and pops it up ... Garciaparra is under it and ... he squeezes it for the final out. And that's the old ballgame.

SAEED AL-SAHHAF: The Yankees win! Thaaaaa-aaaa-aaaa-aaaa-aaaa Yankees win!

Praise Parman!

Monday, March 24, 2003

OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM: You know I'm a lazy bastard when I didn't even write a journal entry about the war when it started last Wednesday. Oh well. I wrote something about it now. By the way, how 'bout that Michael Moore fella? I've yet to see Bowling for Columbine...which was directed by this fella. He is correct in his speech during the Oscars about having a fictitious president being chosen in a fictitious election. I voted for Gore, damn it! Anyways, down with Hussein!!!

Tuesday, February 11, 2003

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers got nominated for several Academy Awards today. Like the Fellowship of the Ring, it got nominated for Best Picture. Haha, crappy film. Unlike Attack of the Clones, which has a Best Picture nom for a Razzie. But I already told you that.

Monday, February 10, 2003

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones got nominated for several Razzies this week...which, in case you guys don't know, is the equivalent of the Academy Awards--only with CRAPPY movies getting nominated. Comes to show you that Lucas is a little bitch who let his fans down with these new films. And I've been looking forward to the prequels since 1995. I can't wait till Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King comes out this Christmas...to see how this trilogy will surpass the so-called Prequel Trilogy that will be completed in 2005. Don't get me wrong though, I'm still going to watch Episode III. The only difference is, I'm not going to defend it if it sucks the same way I defended Episode II back when dumbass Lucas revealed the title Attack of the Clones. Anakin Skywalker: Just seeing her again is...intoxicating. Yea. Lucas must've been intoxicated when he came up with that line for the film.
WOW, Blogger didn't delete my journal entries from 2000 after all. You rule, Blog people!!! By the way, I went to Best Buy after I came back from school today to buy the Apollo 13 DVD. Love that movie. Of course, I'm still fuming over buying the DVD for Independence Day and not a more respectable film like, say, The Crow or Saving Private Ryan. Or Dumb & Dumber for that matter. Oh well again.

Saturday, February 01, 2003

STS-107.

Rest In Peace, the STS-107 crew of Space Shuttle Columbia.

The space shuttle Columbia crew, of flight STS-107.

Saturday, January 04, 2003

How very fitting that the journal entries that date back to October, 2000 have been erased. A thing of the past...much like that class with "Denise."