Monday, June 25

The Wild Stallion.

See You In Hell, Wild Stallion.

I sold The Wild Stallion this weekend.

She was the 3rd car I've ever owned. I had her for almost 4 years, and she hardly gave me any problems. Sure, everyone under the age of 68 pointed and laughed whenever I drove by, but to Hell with that 98% of the population. I'm my own man, and I'm not defined by my long as the vehicle I have makes me look like an old-ass man.

You'll be missed, Stallion. I hope that the 6-foot-6 guy that bought you takes just as good care of you as I have.

So, what is car purchase #4, you ask? All will be revealed within the week.

Sound off in the comments section and enjoy your Monday.

I asked for a car, I got a computer. How's that for being born under a bad sign?
Use your computer to find a new car. Then buy a car with a computer in it, and sell your old computer.

It's a hearse, isn't it? You're getting a coffin car.

On my way into work today, I passed yet another guy on the interstate who was driving a hearse as his everyday vehicle.

I dunno. Unless you're the grim reaper, I don't think you should be allowed to drive a coffin car around. It creeps me out. I always think that because the Reaper's in the neighborhood, I'm about to die.
This thing's about as long as a hearse, that's for sure. I could barely fit it in my garage. The only reason I didn't put a photo of it up today was because I didn't get around to taking any.

The only way I could allow normal folk to drive a hearse around is if they were a touring band that couldn't afford an actual van.

Furthermore, if they were a Metal band, that would earn mad street cred when they pulled up to the venue.
I gotta be honest. After reading you for nearly two years now, I pictured you in either a 1999 Volkswagen Beetle, or a 2001 Saturn. This was probably the LAST vehicle I had you driving in Wisconsin.
I hear you, Moe. It's not an accurate representation of myself. Then again, I'm not in a financial position to pick and choose what vehicles I'm going to be buying. My father-in-law works at a dealership, and I pretty much buy whatever he tells me to buy.

It's a good system.
I think your new sweet ride is a pretty good representation of yourself. Is the suspense killing you yet???
Yeah, this might be the biggest reveal in the history of CDP Reveals. Faces will melt at the very sight of this car.

Aw hell, I bought a 2000 Mercury Sable.
I don't think Moe's highly appropriate FBDO quote should be neglected.

Well done.

I quote John Lennon: "I don't believe in Beatles - I just believe in me". A good point there. Of course, he was the Walrus. I could be the Walrus - I'd still have to bum rides off of people.
You can't be serious about the Sable. I swear that I'm telling you the truth when I say I was going to ask you why you didn't spring for the Sable when you got the wagon.

Man, that last statement was REALLY hard to read. I hope I didn't cause any seizures with that one...

Blu - Thanks for noticing. I can't say that I wasn't disappointed when CDP didn't reply with another FBDO quote. You, however, didn't let me down. I've said it once, and I'll say it again...

Yup, I'm serious about the Sable. It's all luxurious and whatnot. I'm still getting used to the size of it; I have no judge of my overall mass.

I didn't know what you and Blustacon were talking about until just this very second. I feel very ashamed.
I still have no clue what anyone is talking about.

But's a sweet ride.
Bring Hathery up to speed.
Add that one to your classic movie list. Charlie Sheen stole every scene he was in.

CDP is the Sausage King of Madison
Call me Sir, Goddamn it!
You know, there's someone you should talk to...
Nope. No idea at all.
We're quoting Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

I had to move my car in the parking lot today, because the power company was removing power lines right next to it. That would have just been my luck, to have the car obliterated within 24 hours of owning it.

Or should I say, PWN1NG it.
Because Hathery missed the boat on FBDO, I feel safe FINALLY asking this question?


I understand the "joke", I guess, but have no idea with what words we can use the "technology". As I said, I deserve a free pass on this one...
A common typo arising from the proximity of the 'p' and 'o' keys on a standard English keyboard; a phenomenon known as fat-finger. The gaming community attempts to justify the existence of this typo by claiming it has an alternative meaning and falsifying its possible history using back-creation. It is now often claimed to be a comparative of "owned," although when it began spreading in leetspeak in 2003, it was used synonymously.[5] However its has come to mean a much more extreme form of being owned. Gaming comunities using this variation include Runscape where it means owning a player utterly.

I have now seen the light. In time, I will try to use this information in a way to make the world a better place. Until then, consider me PWN3D.
By golly, I think this noob's got it!
Lastly, from where do babies come?
Baby Powder.

What a country!!
And Germs come from Germany.

You can't make this stuff up, people.

Thanks BBC.

I'm so glad everyone watched Look Around You.

It's a beautiful thing. It really is.
Wait...if babies come from baby powder, then what is baby formula for?

I'm so confused...
And Holy Hell, Chris Benoit?
After spending a good deal of last night crying over Chris Benoit's death, I am not sure whether those tears were well spent based on the current reports...
Yeah, I heard that the WWE did a "tribute," which may not have been fully deserved. The Canadian Crippler was always one of my favorite wrestlers, so I hate to hear about the circumstances.
The words murder-suicide and bizarre should never go together. I hate to say that I'm intrigued byt this story. I'm 0n1y human.
I had to look up who this guy was, but after seeing the news report I hope that a-hole burns in hell forever.
I've been noticing that his behavior these last few months has been rather "final." He's been training MVP like mad, to the point where MVP is almost as good as Benoit now. They usually say when someone is suicidal they'll start giving their possessions's almost like Benoit was giving his skills away. It also seemed like an odd omen when he was drafted a few weeks ago to ECW...the place where he originally came from. It was almost like they were sending him there as a last tribute. Too strange.
OH, and by the way...the CDP is at an important work event today so that is the reason for his unusual absence from the comments section!
This Benoit thing is just getting worse and worse...
I had never heard of the wrestler guy, either. But the amount of coverage this story is getting makes me think he was a big deal...

(Oh...and psssst. After a self-imposed absence from my blog, I finally updated it. Wow...both me and Paste finally update our blogs, and we'll be seeing each other next week. It's like the apocalypse is happening...)
I'm just really sad, angry and confused right now.

I'll never be able to fully wrap my head around this.

I cried for 3 hours last night, and while I still feel that those tears were justified, I'm just more depressed right now than anything.

This is 100% awful.
Love your stuff, dude! Found your link on the Coconut Internet....I'm a LOSTie too.

Good luck on the voting!


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