Thursday, March 23, 2006

No Clue With All the Hot PMs

Lately, I've been getting several PMs (private messages) from people on Yahoo that I don't know. My guess is they're either people I know that are using a different screen name and playing games with me (like that show PUNK'D by Ashton Kutcher), or people from my Yahoo 360 list. Anyways, here is a chat from a guy who sounds eager to pay me money to get on cam. Let's just call the guy Mr. X to hide his screen name to the public. Chat transcript is below.
Mr. X is currently not in your Messenger List. Add to your Messenger List (Ctrl+Shift+A) Report as Spam (Alt+Shift+R) You currently appear offline to randolphhjr.
Mr. X: do YOU ever allow slaves to wor$$$hip YOU by sending YOU tribute? toodles90041: waht $$$ Mr. X: weekly payments toodles90041: you're kidding Mr. X: to show that i recognize YOUR Superiority over me. Mr. X: if those pics are really of YOU, i am not kidding. toodles90041: yeah those are mine Mr. X: YOU are a GOD. toodles90041: you flatter me Mr. X: have YOU ever heard of guys who get into financial domination? toodles90041: nope. please explain Mr. X: there are lots of us out here. Mr. X: it is a form of submission where we wor$hip GODS like YOU by sending YOU tribute payments. toodles90041: you really flatter me but im not a guy you should worship Mr. X: most of the wannabe masters though are not a tenth the TRUE GOD that YOU are. Mr. X: YOU must see that YOU have a better body than 99% of the planet. toodles90041: dont flatter me too much with your sweet words I'm not the right guy you should worship Mr. X: well, i understand that not everyone is into that, but in any case i wanted to let YOU know that YOU have THE BODY toodles90041: *blushes* Mr. X: may i ask how big YOUR biceps are? toodles90041: 15.5 Mr. X: they look more like 18.5 toodles90041: no, they're small Mr. X: i have seen guys with pics on yahoo who claim to have 20 inch arms that look smaller than YOURS toodles90041: i dont know man...maybe they're fakes Mr. X: yes toodles90041: i can show you my cam if you want but not tonight. maybe tomorrow morning if you are ever on. Mr. X: i'd love to see Mr. X: yes toodles90041: do you have a cam yourself? Mr. X: not hooked up toodles90041: pictures? Mr. X: but i am out of shape and embarrased toodles90041: I wanna see it. Mr. X: i will get it hooked up for tomorrow then. toodles90041: cool Mr. X: just so YOU see that i am inferior.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Spring is here!!!

Yes, it has arrived! So today I brought my camera, put the dogs on leash and we strolled on Del Mar in Pasadena. (Will add the pictures I took later. I think blogger photo server is down. ;-(

Friday, March 17, 2006

Happy St. Patrick's Day Everyone!

I found this article on google.com and would like to share--
St. Patrick's Day is celebrated annually on March 17 in honor of Ireland's patron saint. St. Patrick was born between 370 and 390 C. E. in the Roman Empire in Britain. His given name (Magonus Sucatus or Maewyn Succat) was changed to Patricius (Patrick) either after his baptism or after he became a priest. At the age of 16, Patrick was kidnapped and sold into slavery in Ireland. He remained in captivity for six years during which time he worked as a shepherd and began to have religious visions. During one of the visions, Patrick became aware of a rescue ship and he fled to France. Patrick eventually returned to Ireland as a missionary and succeeded in converting the Irish to Christianity. He used a shamrock to explain the Trinity to potential converts. The three leaves of the shamrock represented the father, son, and holy spirit. Patrick is also reported to have driven all of the snakes, a pagan symbol, out of Ireland and into the sea where they drowned. This is perhaps a metaphor for driving paganism out of Ireland since biologists believe there were no snakes in Ireland at the time. St. Patrick's Day celebrations in the United States are secular and date back as far as 1737 when Boston held its first St. Patrick's Day parade. The day is celebrated with green beer, the wearing of green clothing, and parades. However, in Ireland, the day is primarily a religious occasion. Because many Americans celebrate their Irish lineage on St. Patrick's Day, March was chosen as Irish American Heritage Month. The month was proclaimed in 1995 by Congress (Public Law 103-379). And guys, dont forget, we have St. Patrick's Day Shirts on our Online Tee Store. Check them out @ www.cafepress.com/eshirts27 or click here. Again, happy St. Patrick's Day to all!

Sunday, March 05, 2006