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Religious Argument

Posted by mikenopolis on January 24, 2011

When I was a child, I was Catholic because it was my mother’s religion, I went to church twice a week, went to Sunday school/bible studies, camping trips with my church friends, I had a tutor from church who met with me at our house every week to discuss my bible reading. I’ve read the entire bible 4 times in my life (first one was in Chinese).

I have been an Atheist since I was 13 or 14. I never bought into the stories of the bible. I understand the messages it convey but never quite understood the constant act of physically going to church and re-reading the scriptures. I remember as a child hearing roughly the same things again and again every other week or so. Sometime in 7th or 8th grade I decided that I would no longer attend church as I felt that I had gotten all I can from this God my mother made me pray to. I felt that I had been lied to all my my life (at 13) that all my prayers went unanswered day after day, year after year. I distinctly remember being suspended from school because I got into a “fight” with a fat kid who sat on me…it really wasn’t a fight since he knocked me down and really just sat on me. Why was I suspended?Where was God then? I know, I know, God has more pressing matters at hand. But still as a child I needed an answer.

When my father passed away due to complications stemming from Lung Cancer, my disbelief in a deity of any sort was further reinforced. He was a good man, Buddist, not Christian or Catholic, but he was a good man all the same and I’m not saying that because I’m biased. Like me, he never smoked, never drank, never did anything that was deemed inappropriate or wrong in his entire life, he was well educated and has been a working man since he was 11. Yet he died a slow painful death at the age of 55 after years of surgery, chemo, radiation, spreading of cancer, other organ failures, etc.)…and here we are today, people living “in sin” everywhere. People killing in the name of God, etc. These are the reason I verbally abuse Jehovah’s witnesses and any religious people who argue with my lack of beliefs.

So I read this a few days ago and thought it was very interesting. I think all religious people who tries to push their beliefs to us Atheists need to argue like this, If they talked like this, they would shut me up quick…read to the end to find -out who the student was.

An Atheist Professor of Philosophy was speaking to his Class on the problem Science has with God. He asked one of his new Christian students to stand.

  • Professor: You are a Christian, aren’t you, son?
  • Student: Yes, sir.
  • Professor: So, you believe in God?
  • Student: Absolutely, sir.
  • Professor: Is God good?
  • Student: Sure.
  • Professor: My brother died of cancer, even though he prayed to God to heal him. Most of us would attempt to help others who are ill. But God didn’t. How is God good, then? Hmm?
  • (Student was silent)
  • Professor: You can’t answer, can you? Let’s start again, young fella. Is God good?
  • Student: Yes.
  • Professor: Is Satan good?
  • Student: No.
  • Professor: Where does Satan come from?
  • Student: From.. God.
  • Professor: That’s right. Tell me son, is there evil in this world?
  • Student: Yes.
  • Professor: Evil is everywhere, isn’t it? And God did make everything. Correct?
  • Student: Yes.
  • Professor: So who created evil?
  • (Student didn’t answer)
  • Professor: Is there sickness? Immortality? Hatred? Ugliness? All these terrible things exist in the world, don’t they?
  • Student: Yes, sir.
  • Professor: So, who created them?
  • (Student had no answer)
  • Professor: Science says you have 5 senses you use to identify and observe the world around you. Tell me, son.. have you ever seen God?
  • Student: No, sir.
  • Professor: Tell us if you have ever heard your God.
  • Student: No, sir.
  • Professor: Have you ever felt your God, tasted your God, smelt your God? Have you ever had any sensory perception of God, for that matter?
  • Student: No, sir. I’m afraid I haven’t.
  • Professor: Yet you still believe in Him?
  • Student: Yes.
  • Professor: According to empirical, testable, demonstrable protocol, Science says your God doesn’t exist. What do you say to that, son?
  • Student: Nothing. I only have my Faith.
  • Professor: Yes, Faith. And that is the problem Science has.
  • Student: Professor, is there such a thing as Heat?
  • Professor: Yes.
  • Student: And is there such a thing as Cold?
  • Professor: Yes.
  • Student: No, sir, there isn’t.
  • (The Lecture Theatre became very quiet with this turn of events)
  • Student: Sir, you can have lots of heat, even more heat, superheat, mega heat, white heat, a little heat or no heat. But we don’t have anything called cold. We can hit 458 Degrees below Zero which is no heat, but we can’t go any further after that. There is no such thing as cold. Cold is only a word we use to describe the absence of Heat. We cannot measure cold. Heat is energy. Cold is not the opposite of heat, sir, just the absence of it.
  • (There was a pon-drop silence in the Lecture Theatre)
  • Student: What about darkness, Professor? Is there such a thing as darkness?
  • Professor: Yes. What is night if there isn’t darkness?
  • Student: You’re wrong again, sir. Darkness is the absence of something. You can have Low Light, Normal Light, Bright Light, Flashing Light… But if you have No Light constantly, you have nothing and it’s called Darkness, isn’t it? In reality, darkness isn’t. If it is, You would be able to make darkness darker, wouldn’t you?
  • Professor: So what is the point you are making, young man?
  • Student: Sir, my point is, your Philosophical Premise is flawed.
  • Professor: Flawed? Can you explain how?
  • Student: Sir, you are working on the Premise of Duality. You argue there is Life and then there is Death, a good God and a bad God. You are viewing the concept of God as something finite, something we can measure. Sir, Science can’t even explain a thought. It uses electricity and magnetism, but has never seen, much less fully understood either one. To view death as the opposite of life is to be ignorant of the fact that death cannot exist as a substantive thing. Death is not the opposite of life, just the absence of it. Now tell me, Professor, do you teach your students that they evolved from a monkey?
  • Professor: If you are referring to the Natural Evolutionary Process, yes of course, I do.
  • Student: Have you ever observed Evolution with your own eyes, sir?
  • (The professor shook his head with a smile, beginning to realize where the argument was going)
  • Student: Since no one has ever observed the Process of Evolution at work and cannot even prove that this process is an on-going endeavor, are you not teaching your opinion, sir? Are you not a Scientist but a Preacher?
  • (The class was in uproar)
  • Student: Is there anyone in the class who has ever seen the Professor’s brain?
  • (The class broke out into laughter)
  • Student: Is there anyone here who has ever heard the Professor’s brain, felt it, touched or smelt it? .. No one appears to have done so. So, according to the established Rules of Empirical, Stable and Demonstrable Protocol, Science says that you have no brain, sir. With all due respect, sir, how do we then trust your lectures?
  • (The room was silent. The Professor stared at the student, his face unfathomable)
  • Professor: I guess you’ll have to take them on Faith, son.
  • Student: That is it, sir.. exactly! The link between man and God is Faith. That is all that keeps things alive and moving!
     

    That student was Albert Einstein

    BRILLIANTLY ARGUED SIR

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Disgruntle Customer on eBay, User Name: joesayers1

Posted by mikenopolis on September 3, 2010

Joseph Sayers of Taylorsville, Utah. You have a lot to learn about being a decent human being!

I have mentioned my hate of eBay before. Although I have come to accept the fees upon fees from both of their companies (eBay & Paypal) because I’m not too affected since I no longer sold things as often as I used to back in college. I 100% do not like the way they handle feedbacks and complaints.

There was a time when a seller was allowed to leave a negative feedback when the buyer is being…less than human. This is their exact verbiage these days “Sellers can leave only positive ratings for buyers. That means buyers should feel free to leave honest Feedback without fear of retaliation” This is the worst thing ever!

Today I found this on eBay’s feedback “help” site “Some members choose not to leave Feedback or forget to leave Feedback, even when the transaction has been hassle-free. However, most members understand how important Feedback is for the eBay community. ” What?!?!?! just who is in charge of making these rules at the company?!

The reason I was looking into whether it is okay for someone not to leave a feedback is because I got someone not responding to my requests for a feedback. I sold them something on August 3, 2010, I sent it, left a positive feedback, verified with tracking that the item was received, contacted the buyer requesting a feedback. I got nothing back. A week later I send another reminder, still nothing after 2 more weeks. I sent that user another message exactly one month after the item was sold, this time in all CAPS. Now I get a response from him and he threatens me with negative feedback and said he would report me to eBay if I didn’t “back off”. Below is a copy of what I sent and what was received.

Another annoying thing in regards to eBay’s policies. I cannot open a case because leaving feedbacks is not mandatory AND you cannot open a case to complain about others’ actions after 30 days. Luckily this customer replied back saying that the item was received by a “friend” but has not been opened yet…I’m guessing he’s gonna contact me months from now telling me he wants a refund because it’s broken and not as advertised. These people need to be put down.

On August 3, 2010 I sold an item on eBay
SENT August 10, 2010
Records indicate that this item was shipped and received, please leave a feedback when you get a chance. Thank you!

SENT August 18, 2010
You may have forgotten, but please LEAVE FEEDBACK. Thanks!

SENT September 3, 2010
PLEASE LEAVE A FEEDBACK ON EBAY FOR ME, THIS IS THE 3RD OR 4TH REQUEST

RECEIVED September 3, 1010
Do you really think harassing your customers to leave feedback will actually get you a positive response? You know, it’s not mandatory to leave feedback so I suggest you back off before I leave you negative feedback and report you to eBay officials. Your disgruntled customer

SENT September 3, 2010
I know it’s not mandatory. But ignoring me the first 3 times and “threatening” me truly makes you a “disgruntle” customer. All I asked for is an assurance that everything is fine after 1 month. NO feedback or reply means a possible future problem for me. I just need to make sure.

Yes feedback is not needed, just appreciated.
“—Some members choose not to leave Feedback or forget to leave Feedback, even when the transaction has been hassle-free. However, most members understand how important Feedback is for the eBay community.

RECEIVED September 4, 2010
Yes…it doesn’t say at the end there, “you can keep emailing the member continually until they leave feedback for you”, does it? I find it rather annoying.

To be honest, I haven’t even had a look at the item yet, it HAS been received but I don’t live at the address, I’ll be picking it up from my friend near around mid October, so I honestly couldn’t tell you if I thought the product was okay until then. If you don’t hear from me, you can be assured that I think the item is fine and you need not contact me further. If there’s a problem I will make it known, thank you.

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Do You Wear Your Shoes IN The House?

Posted by mikenopolis on August 30, 2010

Like many people I know, I was brought up and accustomed to removing my footwear upon entering my house, I also ask others if they would like me to remove my shoes when entering their place of residence. We have a box of disposable show covers near the front door for service people to use. We also wipe our dog’s feet, “wiener” and “butt” after every walk in case he does the ever so adorable ass scoot. Some people who witnessed this screams “WHAT?!?” and thought it was stupid that we “wipe the dog” with baby wipes. Those people obviously have never seen skid marks in the carpet.

Recently I had a conversation with a few co-workers in regards to this subject, some do not remove their shoes in their house, one outright told me not to ever invite her over because she finds it rude to have guests remove their shoes and that she has just turned around and left when someone does this, I on the other hand thought she was rude for not doing what the homeOWNER asks. One ask why they can’t just wipe their shoes off at the foor (“that’s what the door mat is for”). Although I believe it has something to do with the fact that I’m Asian and that I was brought up with this “habit”. I’m sure taking off the shoes you’ve been walking around with in public all day long would be a sanitary thing to do. To me it is common sense to leave the outside, outside. I’m a guy, I pee in public restrooms where I’d be lucky if I’m not standing in a puddle of piss! I’ve witness business “mopping” where they just swish around blacken water left to right and right to left. What makes you think your shoes are clean with a simple shuffle on that magical doormat?

The fact that carpet cost money (we paid $3000 for the very small amount of “higher end” carpet we have, rest is wood and ceramic tile) makes me VERY careful with what goes in and out of the house. I remember another co-worker who once had a fit because her apartment management was not willing to change her carpet, she said she’s lived there for 3 years and it was getting very dirty, she even brought in picture to the filth because she was going to sue the managment. They told her they don’t change carpet unless they were 5 years old or for a new tenant. Her and her husband are smokers, they smoke in the house and have three kids, that’s a lot of smoke fumes…or whatever smoke residue is called and 5 pairs of shoes running around, what do you think was going to happen to that carpet?

I once had a roommate (white) that didn’t understand the idea of why shoes are not allowed in the place of our residence. I think she thought it was an ethnic or racial thing. The reason I say this is because I saw her walking out of the house in her bare feet, and then walking back in 20 minutes later (no idea where she went). When I asked her to not do that again, she said “but I wasn’t wearing my shoes”. I told her to take a look at the bottom of her feet….she look and still had no idea what the problem was. It was filthy BLACK!

When we had our house carpeted during our move in two years ago, we just left a few leftover pieces inside the house at the entrance way where our shoes goes. Below is a picture of the different carpet pieces. The top piece is roughly what the original new carpet looks like. This piece is still a little dirty and darkened because we left it as the first step AFTER the shoes come off. The bottom piece was at our garage entrance where most of the traffic happens, that’s why it is the dirtiest. The middle piece is from our front door where not too many people come through. Just look at how gross that is! Yes we do have outdoor mats where we stomp and wipe out shoes off PRIOR to touching these pieces. There was no walking involved with these, this is just where we PLACE our shoes. How do people walk INTO their living spaces with their shoes on…or worst…those of you who get in your bedroom or bed with shoes on! If at this point you say “You can shampoo the carpet or get it professionally cleaned.” You are not getting the common sense point I’m trying to make. You are living with OUTSIDE filth INSIDE your house!

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Weddings…Dumbest Way To Spend Your Money

Posted by mikenopolis on July 7, 2010

A friend of mine was recently interviewed in regard to financially planning a wedding and I thought I would once again verbalize my thoughts and feeling on the matter of marriage and money. Here’s the interview: http://www.dparkphotography.com/blog/?p=983

Thanks for the info Simon & Drexelle! Simon, you need to start telling people to stop thinking about wasting their money on weddings! This is why we are trying our best to persuade everyone we don’t need a wedding in the traditional sense. Although either one of us has any debt beyond our cars and the $4,000 or so for our undergraduate studies. We are not fond of the idea of an “average” wedding cost of $30,000. We do own two properties where that kind of money can be spent on wisely…That’s a few years worth of property taxes! We could do a lot of comfortable traveling on $30,000. Can you imagine what kind of honeymoon you would have on that budget?! Call us weird and cheap, but we are not spending that much money so my fiancé can wake up before the sun is out, walk around for the rest of the day in heels until the tears starts to flow and her friends and family can show up at 5pm just to “celebrate” our union.

There is too much planning just for a one day event. I have been to so many weddings were the bride just wants to go home and lay down. My own cousin had the flu on her wedding day, and was sick for 5 days after, probably didn’t help that she was up late every night in the week leading up to the day. I know three couples that are divorced, the worst one was when the wife found out the husband cheated on her, she went and had a threesome just to get back at him…yes, two dudes at once (picture it…and…let it go). I know a wife that now realize the husband has a bad tempter AND is physically violent, she realize that she is clinically depressed. I know a husband that knows the wife married him for his money and he doesn’t care as long as he gets to have other girls on the side….she doesn’t care as long as she gets to live the life….THAT was definitely not a $30,000 wedding.

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The Death Of a Friend/Foe

Posted by mikenopolis on June 4, 2010

Today I found out that an old friend, later foe, later somewhat of a friend of mine was killed a few days ago, more specifically he was stabbed multiple times with a samurai sword that was used as a prop on the set of the porn studio he worked at.

I met Herbert in 5th grade when I moved from Denver, Colorado to Los Angeles California. He, along with another kid (Soloman Chan) were my first friends in a new state. Herbert and I hung out at and out of school, went to the same high school and later on even same college, He had help me though some hard time when I was younger, let me crash at his place when I had nowhere to go, even let me borrow his prized Acura Integra when I needed it. There was a “falling out” (read bottom of post) and we stopped talking. Although I understand he may have had reasons for his deception. I hated him for a while because I would’ve totally help him if he had just asked…Later on, I decided to let bygones be bygones.

Even at the heat of the moment when I hated him and wanted him to be put away for life, I would not have wished this upon him. This is a horrible way to die, I cut my finger and I’m crying like a little biatch for days when I get it wet. Being stabbed with a sword?!?! and I was told that he died at the hospital, that is too much pain for too long.

R.I.P. Old friend.

The following article was taken off of Los Angeles Time: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2010/06/man-who-authorities-say-was-killed-by-fellow-adult-film-actor-is-identified.html

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Man killed in machete attack at porn facility is identified
June 3, 2010 | 12:11 pm

A porn actor who authorities say was killed by a machete-wielding colleague has been identified as 30-year-old Herbert Hin Wong, sources familiar with the investigation said Thursday.

A native of China, Wong acted in adult films under the name “Tom Dong” and even appeared with Hill in several films. Police investigators said the 30-year-old Van Nuys resident was mortally wounded after coming to the aid of a co-worker who was attacked Tuesday night at the offices of a Van Nuys video production facility.

Stephen Hill, 30, has been identified as the suspect in the incident, in which three people were stabbed, authorities said.

Wong was described by industry colleagues as a gentle, soft-spoken man. He appeared with Hill, who acted under the name “Steve Driver,” in at least two films, according to one of the companies that employed the men.

Law enforcement officials continue to search for Hill and say they are unsure whether he is nearby or has left the area. Hill could be armed, authorities said, and anyone who sees him is urged to call the police immediately.

Hill was last seen driving a blue Toyota RAV4 from the facility Tuesday night, police said. The license plate number is 5YTC423.

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This is from one of my post about him from years ago regarding his actions when we were sophomores in college living together”

“Year 2 (HERBERT): I lived with a friend I’ve known since the 5th grade. to make the story short, he robbed me and the other roommate, my new computer was stolen and the other roommate had her 42″ TV stolen…how did we find out it was him? a.) nothing in his room was taken, not even his laptop! b.) the house was not “broken” into, he probably just walked in through the front door. The window screen was slashed open making it look like the thief went through the kitchen window, but the thin layer of dust on the counter that the thief would have to step on was untouched c.)we confronted him, he was scared but never denied it, just said “I don’t know what you are talking about d.) the other roommate heard him on the phone late at night telling someone “they know it was me…what should I do?” e.) he cleared out his room and moved out the next day…..hmmmm I wonder who did it!?”

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This Month I Made It Official…er

Posted by mikenopolis on May 17, 2010

This is me from the “PAST” writing this post that will appear in the near future (after May 13, 2010). If everything went according to plan, I would have asked my girlfriend one of the most important question in her life one month before her 31st birthday at the top (near top) of New York City…at least I’m planning it there. The reason I’m not sure how and when this will happen is because it looks like it will be raining in NYC while we are there, 5 day forecasts are a bit iffy so maybe I’ll luck out and it will rain the days after and not the day of the planned date.

M.C. and I met when I was 13 and she was 14. She said yes to being my girlfriend three years later at 2:37pm on a Sunday afternoon outside my work…almost 14 years after that I FINALLY asked her to marry me…on one knee with a proper engagement ring. I’ve always been the romantic/traditional one in the relationship, the one who wanted a white wedding in a church (even though I’m atheist/agnostic, growing up with a Buddhist father and a catholic mother killed what little faith I had) white picket fence, 2.5 kids, a dog and a cat. She wants a shotgun wedding in Las Vegas or City Hall. She said love doesn’t need a ring and I said that marriage will never have the meaning it deserves as long as divorces are legal and practiced. In some ways we do think alike on the subject of marriage. We are as committed to each other as can be. We (still) do not plan to have children, so a paper from the state of California legally binding us together isn’t really meaningful.

A few years ago we both got matching rings for each other as a symbol of our commitment to each other because I felt that something was better than nothing….and because I feel like I have the need to sound like a real man, I tell people it’s because the ring “looks awesome!” Really it is, there are 10 tiny diamonds suspended between two metal bands! Here’s a picture of those rings (Damiani D-Side):

We had agreed that those would one day be our official wedding bands, or at the very least, mine, but because I have already given up most if not all of my younger dreams (listed above) I still feel that the engagement ring and official marriage proposal needs to be part of our lives. So today, with this ring, I asked her “Will You Marry Me?” and since this is me writing from the past, I’m hoping today she said “Yes”.

For those of you who knows us both personally, please don’t tell anyone…I mean anyone! If I know her…and I do know her, she would want to let most people know personally and not find out from people who goes through my blog, twitter, facebook, text, etc. This will only be our engagement “period”, If you don’t know how much a wedding cost, then don’t ask us when it will be. If you know how much a wedding cost, we accept donations to the cause. We are not poor, but we do have two mortgages to pay and property tax on those are a biatch. We have much bigger future plans for our money than to “waste” it on one day…..and no we will not do it on credit and hopefully pay it off. I know someone who got married on credit, got divorce and is STILL paying off that beautiful wedding years later.

If we were to have a “big” wedding gathering, I do have a date “planned” not because it’s an anniversary or any other special occasion day, it’s a bit long from now. Call me a dork or a nerd, but it is calculated, and luckily it is on a Saturday…. JULY 6, 2013. On this day, we would have been a couple for 50.XX% of our lives. I had to round it off because of our age difference.

On Thursday, July 4, 2013 I would’ve been her boyfriend for exactly 50.00000000% of her life.

On Sunday, February 17, 2013, she would’ve been my girlfriend for exactly 50.0000000% of my life

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My Every Day Carry (EDC)

Posted by mikenopolis on March 31, 2010

I haven’t had much to rant about recently because of Twitter, I think my next post will be on a review of the iPad whenever they have a camera version…or unless by some weird chance I win the so called “contest” from MediaFunnel. I have to annoyingly post a sentence daily on Twitter for a chance to win, but if it’s free why not right?).

So today I thought I’d just post something, anything really.

Ever since I got my desktop computer stolen from my college apartment in 2000 I’ve started carrying a laptop with me. Wow! I have been carrying one almost daily (usually not weekends) for the past 10 years! Over the years I’ve added more and more stuff into my everyday bag and today I realized that I may just have over done it a bit.

I know usually EDC is meant for what you carry on you,the person, but I don’t know what else to call this, “what I carry in my man purse”? I carry a pretty big messenger bag to work. I love this bag because of all the separate compartments that keeps all my gadgets from scratching each other (I’m really big on keeping my stuff in good condition since I sell almost everything I have when I upgrade).

I need to lighten up my load, it’s ridiculously heavy, this is what’s in my bag and person Monday-Friday (some Saturdays)

On Person:
1.) iPhone 3Gs
2.) Knife (usually my Kershaw 3200 “Ripcord”)
3.) Keys
4.) Wallet
5.) Watch
6.) Pen

In Bag:
7.) Flashlight (now it’s an old SureFire 6P upgraded with CREE LED for battery life)
8.) MultiTool (Leatherman, The classic first one)
9.) Laptop (MacBook Pro/Dell Mini 10/HP TC1100 Tablet, I switch between these)
10.) USB cables (3 Mini/ 1 Micro)
11.) FireWire cables (1 FW400/ 1 FW800)
12.) iPod sync cable
13.) Memory card reader
14.) Nintendo GameBoy Micro (with Mario Bros 3)
15.) Camera (Casio EX-S12)
16.) 2 iPods (160gb for Music, 20gb for Podcasts)
17.) Pens (1 fine Sharpie, 1 bold Sharpie, 1 Pen)
18.) Chapstick
19.) eBook (Sony Pocket Edition)
20.) Video Camera (720p Sanyo CG10)
21.) Battery Pack (charges via USB cable)
22.) USB thumb drives (various 16gb, 4gb, an old 8gb MicroDrive)
23.) 250GB external HDD
24.) Chargers (onc each for, laptop, camera, video camera, and GameBoy)
25.) Earphones (the one’s the give you with iPods)

I know, it’s insane! I really only carry it from the house to the car, from the car to the office where it sits all day long, I would not carry all this if I had a more “active” job. I know I don’t need most of the stuff everyday, but I do use many of them fairly regularly. I wish I had a scale here just to see how much this all weighs. Women’s purse ain’t got nothing on me on a work day!

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A Year Of Hate And Anger Is Coming To An End

Posted by mikenopolis on December 31, 2009

This year hasn’t been great but so far nothing truly bad has happened.

I’m truly thankful that I have an employer who appreciates me…a very little, although they didn’t appreciate me enough with the lack of a raise, at least I still have job.

I’m still thankful that Obama was elected, not that I’m 100% siding with him, but McCain and Palin was just not a good idea…especially Palin. Obama’s win proves that racism is not as bad as I thought, either that or racist people don’t know how to vote.

Many have asked me “Mike, why do you hate so much…” And I agree, I hate a lot of things, a lot of people, even a lot of food. It doesn’t help that we are constantly surrounded by idiots, if you don’t think this is a fact then you either work in a very good edumacated environment or you yourself is an idiot, I’m sorry you really are. If you really don’t see that you are surrounded by idiots you are retarded, go see Idiocracy and understand what I think our future holds for us.

I’ve slowly come to a realization that my hatred towards stupid people may be killing me, and frankly it is a waste of the little energy I have. So I’m going to try to hate a little less starting 2010 and just walk away from them. No one and nothing should be worth that much anger. If anything I need to control my temper and anger issues for the ones around me, last thing I want is for someone to get hurt because of my stupid action under the influence (of anger/stupidity). This is why I blog and use twitter….it’s my rant to ease the pain

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Irvine California Wants To Say Eff You!

Posted by mikenopolis on December 18, 2009

I was browsing through some expensive homes near my area that I hope I will one day own and came upon this site: http://www.orangecoastliving.com/newportcoast.html Do you see what I see on the map? Is it me or is Irvine flipping us off?!?

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Frosty Heidi And Frank Are Back On 790AM In Los Angeles!

Posted by mikenopolis on October 2, 2009

Just a short message. My favorite treo is back on the air starting Monday October 5, 2008. They were officially done with their CBS contract last Friday. I guess someone has been waiting for this because they will be broadcasting live on 790AM. I’m not sure of the details yet, but check back on frostyheidiandfrank.com for more details on show time.

If you have an iPhone or iPod Touch with WiFi, make sure you get the “AOL Radio” app, you can tune into KABC 790AM with that!

***Posted Via iPhone***

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