Friday, October 20, 2006

A Thank God It’s Friday-Why Files…

WHY #1: Why is the dream I had before awaking this morning still haunting me now? I’m not going to list it here… it was that disturbing. The thing is, I don’t mind scary dreams, as long as they don’t involve someone/thing hurting my family. I don’t even mind those scary ‘chase’ dreams where I am running and running from something, and then wake up with my heart racing.

The ones that really freak me out are those dreams where I am someone so far and away outside my own personality. Sometimes, I’m the one chasing some helpless person. Other times, like this morning, I act in such a manner that it’s simply too shameful to think about. I’m shuddering even as I’m typing this. I don’t want some major dream analysis… I know I can talk to experts (or even search the web) for the reasons I’m dreaming like this. I just can’t shake this ‘disturbed’ feeling this morning. Why can’t I remember the really amazingly good dreams as well as I remember this one? Bleh.


WHY #2: While I understand the principle behind our Double Jeopardy laws in this country (for those of you who don't know this—basically, you can’t be tried for the same crime twice if you are acquitted the first time), sometimes, I think it’s really stupid. If new evidence comes to light, or if maybe the first trial was such a sham in the first place, a person should have to face the music, so to speak. Right?

I’m not saying anyone is guilty here, but… well, I’m just sayin.’



WHY #3: Why is 90% of the Entertainment “NEWS” (and I use that term very lightly) about Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and/or Nicole Richie? These three girls are like gold mines to the tabloid rags. I guess I just answered my own question… HOWEVER, if I see any of the three of them on a magazine cover or web news article, I just move along. I’m not going to support their drama, nor the media’s fascination with them.


WHY #4: Why do we need Smell-A-Vision? Do we really need to be able to smell what’s going on in TV land? Sure, the Food Network might be fun… all those fabulous, fattening concoctions Miss Paula Deen makes. Yum! But what about Mike Rowe’s Dirty Jobs on Discovery? There are a few of those episodes I’m thanking the heavens that I can’t smell what he’s doing. Or maybe Six Feet Under? Well, maybe if you’re partial to the aroma of embalming fluid, that could be your thing.




WHY #5: Why am I blogging at work? EEK. Shhhh, don’t tell anyone.
Well, actually I’m only posting this at work. I wrote the rest earlier this morning, before coming in. :-)


And that concludes Today’s Friday Why Files…

5 comments:

Margus said...

If the glove dosen't fit - you must acquit.

And just think how awesome Emril will be with smell-o-vision.

Libragirl said...

I agree with the double jeopardy thing. Sometimes the attnys are just not good, or important evidence is found later. Or you know, everyone and there brother except 12 stupid people know "he" did it and aquit him...I'm talking hypothetically and using he as a generic term for somone who commits double murder

-R- said...

I am definitely with you on #3! I really don't care what those people are doing. Or Jessica Simpson.

goldennib said...

I stopped going to bars because it was the same old drunk crap, just a new day. These celebs are just higher paid versions of people living in the dark.

Stinkypaw said...

There are some dreams that are just though to shake off, for some reasons. The worst is when you wake up with this yucky feeling and can't remember "exactly" what it was that was so disturbing, but you know it was bad! I was told recently about an horrible dream I had was about me expressing my anger/frustration towards all that was going on at the moment - must say it made sense - hope you figure it out...

Smell-o-vision: Would be fun for some but pretty gross for others - should be optional like "mute" on tv! I'm way too sensitive to smells to look forward to the days (which I'm sure are coming!) when we'll smell as well as watch!