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Things you can do with a brick. January 25, 2009

Posted by Destiny in Randomness, Things that keep me up at night.
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*Disclaimer*  This blog is for entertainment purposes only.  Don’t try this stuff at home, kids.  (Well, the dangerous/criminal stuff, anyway.)  If you want to try number two, that’s on you.

1.  Hit someone in the head with it.  Of course this is number one, I’ve watched too much wrestling over the years.

2. Name it Bricky and keep it as a pet.  Keep it in a cage lined with newspaper and a bowl of water.  Feed it regularly.

3. Give it to someone you don’t like as a birthday gift.  Wrap it up in pretty paper and ribbons and give it to them with a smile.

4.  Throw it through a window.  (Don’t get caught!)

5. Put it in your purse (if you’re a woman) and hit someone with it.  When they ask “WTF do you have a brick in that thing?” Laugh and show them the brick.

6. Drop it from a really high building and see what happens.  (Don’t get caught!)

7 Box it up and mail it to someone.  (This would be a waste of money and I don’t even know if it’s legal, so I wouldn’t recommend it.)

8. If you make the brick your pet, paint eyes and a mouth on it and stuff.  Decorate it with macaroni or something.  Give it personality and flair.  Woo!

9. Bring it to an ECW show and see if a wrestler will use it during their match.  Well this would work if it were like, 1998 or something, damn it.

10. Wrap it up in brown paper and put it on someone’s porch to see if they think it’s a bomb.  For Pete’s sake, don’t get caught!
Well, that’s all I got.  What would you do with a brick?

Destiny’s Ten Favorite Albums January 3, 2009

Posted by Destiny in Media Play, Things I Like.
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Yeah, this is a weak idea, and I’m pretty sure I’ve done it on Myspace (though I can’t remember exactly what I put on there), but if you’ve never read me before, this will be totally new to you.  ^_^  I’m going to roll down the list from 10-1, and include a few favorite tracks from each album.  I should point out that it’s quite common for my favorite songs on the album to be the ones that never made it to radio, so if you’re unfamiliar with the songs I pick, check them out!

10. “Kerosene” – Miranda Lambert:  I have the hugest girlcrush on Miranda Lambert.  She’s an amazing singer-songwriter and so believably badass.  Her songs seem to come from where she’s been in life, and as a result they’re very relatable.  Favorite tracks: “There’s A Wall” “Greyhound Bound for Nowhere” and “Bring me Down”

9.  “Fallen” – Evanescence:  This is another of those albums I put on when I need to vent.  Amy Lee’s hauntingly beautiful voice, no matter how depressing a song she is singing, it always seems to bring me peace.   Favorite tracks:  “Imaginary” “Bring Me To Life” and “Everybody’s Fool”

8.  “Fly” – Dixie Chicks:  I love the Dixie Chicks.  I was so disappointed when everyone started hating them because they blasted President Bush.  Maybe once Obama takes office they can make a comeback.  This is my favorite album by them, basically because it’s the one I listened to the most.  I love to sing along to it (which, you will notice, is a quality I really value in a great album!).  Favorite tracks:  “Cold Day in July” “Hole in my Head” and “Sin Wagon”

7. “Come On Over” – Shania Twain:  Another country album that I love to sing along with.  It’s definitely my favorite Shania Twain album.  There are so many great songs on here I had trouble narrowing it down to my three favorite ones, but I think I managed alright.  Favorite tracks:  “When” “Whatever You Do (Don’t!)” and “I Won’t Leave You Lonely”

6. “Music Box” – Mariah Carey: My absolute favorite Mariah Carey album.  It’s simple and without a lot of the electronic crap that music has in it today.  I used to steal my mom’s cassette copy when I was a kid, I finally broke down and bought my own CD copy.  Favorite tracks: “Music Box” “Dreamlover” and “All I’ve Ever Wanted”

5. “Stripped” – Christina Aguilera:  Ah, Xtina!  I love this album because it has songs for all moods.  Happy, sad, romantic, sexy, angry, depressed, it’s an emotional rollercoaster!  It’s also fun to sing along and belt it out with one of the best voices ever.  Favorite tracks: “Cruz” “Keep on Singin’ My Song” and “Infatuation”

4.  “Closer” – Josh Groban:  I loved JG’s first CD enough to include it on this list, but “Closer” is the one that totally sealed my fate as a fan of his.  It inspires me, it brings me out of even the deepest of funks.  I can’t ever get sick of listening to it.  Favorite tracks:  “Mi Mancherai” (My happy place song) “When You Say You Love Me” and “Never Let Go”

3.  “The Right Place” – Bryan White:  This CD helped get me through 8th grade, and for that I will always love it.  It was what I chose to have signed at my Meet & Greet.  (Yes, I’ve actually met Bryan White.  I know you’re jealous.)  Favorite tracks:  “Never Get Around To It” “What Did I Do (To Deserve You)?” and “Bad Day to Let You Go”

2.  “The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most” – Dashboard Confessional:  This is the ultimate “singing away the blues” CD for me.  I put this in, and just rock out.  It was extremely instrumental in dealing with the grief process of my first big rejection from a guy.  Favorite tracks:  “Standard Lines”  “The Best Deceptions” and “The Brilliant Dance”

1.  “Invisible Touch” – Genesis: My reasons for picking this as my number one favorite album are mostly sentimental.  I have such wonderful memories of listening to this on cassette with my dad.  I can listen to it frontwards, backwards, on shuffle, whatever.  I love Phil Collins.  Favorite tracks:  “Invisible Touch”  “Domino” and “Anything She Does”

So there you have it.  There are my ten favorite albums.  I also have a bonus entry.  I’d say it’s my guilty pleasure but I feel no guilt whatsoever for loving this album.  I know I will probably get made fun of like mad for even mentioning it, but oh well!  The album I’m talking about is “In the Life of Chris Gaines” by Garth Brooks.  Yeah, so it was a fake album made for a fake character to be used as a soundtrack for a movie that was never even filmed.  But I don’t care.  I like the songs!  (And Garth Brooks looked foxy in the album art, IMO!)  Favorite tracks: “Driftin’ Away” “That’s the Way I Remember It” and “Unsigned Letter” (It has my name in it!)
What are your favorite albums? Please share them in the comments!