Eaglie's Aviary

Tuesday, December 30, 2003

C'mon you guys, only two more days to email me your New Year's resolutions!

Sunday, December 28, 2003

New comment system, idea stolen from Joseph... yep, I'm good!

This is a temporary system until I get the nerve and unlimited free time to host my own, personal comment system.

How goes my faithful readers' winter relaxation periods? Really. Call me, email me, IM me... God damn, don't make me call Alex and see Return of the King every day this week just to stave off boredom!

Here's an idea! Email me (eagliehappyone@aol.com) with your New Year's resolutions! Send them, and I'll post the best ones! Be sure to write in the subject line, "New Year's Resolutions". Don't make the resolutions ones that I should do, make them ones you are going to do! 'Cause I get enough emails that tell me I'm too fat or too small "down there."

Thursday, December 25, 2003

Happy Non-Denominational Period of Relaxation!

Wednesday, December 24, 2003

God, see it already! Don't make me show the picture again!

In other news, the Couple Points SCOREBOARD seems to be at:

  1. Tobers and Edwards: 31 pts
  2. Sarah and Alex: 21 pts
  3. Jordan and Zam: 20.5 pts

I believe someone needs to iron out that system. Especially, there has to be a neutral party, completely unattached to them. Being close to all the guys in the relationships, I believe I have a right to claim the title of judge, only to be forfeited if I end up throwing in my lot into the contest.

As judge, I say just give them a point a day for as long as THEY'RE STILL TOGETHER! AHAHAHAHAHA!

Was that at all mean?

Saturday, December 20, 2003

Was that picture waiting up there long enough to entice you to see

? I truly suggest you see

for the sake of your own soul. If you don't see

, God won't love you anymore. See it, damn you! See what you say? Did you seriously just ask me "What?" See this


Tuesday, December 16, 2003

Damn right, baby

It's good to be the King. Of Gondor.

Sunday, December 14, 2003

Oh, yeah, quick political commentary.

Saddam Hussein is captured. It's all over the news. His face, quoting Dave Barry, is like a "deranged Santa Claus." I personally think he looks suspiciously like Osama bin Laden with the beard. But that's just me.

But to more pressing matters, from the news this morning:

CHICAGO, IL - Since Saddam Hussein has gone into custody, a local, Alexander Zavala, has gone missing. A year ago, Alex began working as a Saddam Hussein lookalike. He started off small as a publicity stunt Saddam for a local adolescent Improv group as the United States prepared to invade Iraq. Alex then moved his act to the streets. A month after the fall of Baghdad, against all wishing, Alex went overseas, eventually into the heart of Iraq. But this morning, all contact with Alex was lost.

Alex is feared missing. This has oddly coincided with the capture of Saddam Hussein himself, leading several of Alex's closest friends to come to conclusions that have not yet been addressed by the governments of the United States or any coalition governments involved with the capture. Any information regarding the whereabouts of Mr. Zavala would be greatly appreciated.

I cancelled my advent calender thing... it's too hard to keep up with with Improv and all. I only did one day, when I called Sarah "sexy" when I needed to "compliment someone."

The shows turned out very well, even with some less bright spots. I'm going to work on the footage we've got from the shows. Hopefully, it'll make a kickass montage.

And fuck, you know who I'm talking about when I say, I DON'T CARE WHAT PROBLEMS YOU HAVE OR HOW YOU SCREWED UP, JUST DEAL, PUT THEM IN THE PAST, AND PERFORM! I fucked up, and it's in the past now. I don't care about it anymore. I just want to be better. We're Ignatius Improv. You are Improv'rs of the world. You have Improv in you. You have the blood, you have the heart, you have the training. Everyone else is gonna be behind you, as long as we have those in our fellowship.

Good stuff comes to those who wait. Give me a few more days, loyal blog readers.

Sunday, December 07, 2003

So, I have my new idea, kicking it off on the second Sunday of Advent according to the Roman Catholic Church. I have received a calender, an Advent Calender, telling me what I should do for the next month up until Christmas. I shall do this, starting today. But I do reserve the right to loopholes. Thank you.