Wednesday, November 24, 2010


The Salvation Army bell ringers are in full force in the Buehler's Supermarket. I'm currently in the computer lab with two computers in the cappuccino cafe portion of Buehler's Supermarket. The Salvation Army bell ringer is very close. I'm typing away on this internet blog. I'm not sure if anybody is actually reading this. Even if nobody is reading this, it makes me feel good typing this out. At any rate, my side of the story shall be represented. There isn't much to tell. My life is uneventful and ordinary. I'm just an average minimum wage employee trying to survive the best way I can. It's the best I can hope for.
Hold on, there's a weather report on the direct television hookup that Buehler's Supermarket has. Will there be snow in Cleveland, Ohio? I'm not sure. Weather for the entire United States of America instead of just only Cleveland, Ohio is being offered. It looks like cold without snow for the rest of the week. Will the same be for December. Jennifer Grey won DANCING WITH THE STARS. Tea Party fantatics will be angry. Still, the right person won the dancing competition show. Don't get me wrong, Bristol Palin, biologic daughter of Sarah Palin, was good. However, Jennifer Grey was better.

Monday, November 22, 2010


I'm not sure whether guys who drinks lots of beer are better at picking up women than guys who don't drink lots of beer. The fact that I don't drink beer and hasn't been able to pickup a single woman appears to comfirm such perceptions. You see it all the time in beer comercials. A bunch of guys with the intelligence and maturity of a junior high student picks up a beer bottle and suddenly he's the most important person in the tavern. I don't try to think too much about my inability to pickup women. I'm having a dry spell which hopefully will be temporary. Still, it would've been nice to send a message that drinking coffee instead of beer would be much better for a person's health. Right now, I'm drinking soda pop. Soda pop is just as good as coffee, though coffee is better.

Thursday, November 18, 2010


How much does it cost to have Direct TV connected? Do you need a sataline dish or do you need a special machine connection? I wish I knew more about computers and machines to figure that out. I don't know much about computers beyond the basic information. I saw HELL'S KITCHEN on television last night. All of the cooking students ended up failing so badly, that the kitchen was closed before the actual meal could be served. I would imagine that what was served was either discounted or given away for free.
I don't think anybody will win the current season of HELL'S KITCHEN. Not with the way the HELL'S KITCHEN television show contestants have been acting. I'm glad I'm not a contestant on HELL'S KITCHEN. I'm not sure I could survive a day in such an evironment. There's no way I could afford the meal at Hell's Kitchen Restaurant either. I probably won't make it on the waiting list anyway. Oh well, I'll just be satisfied with eating submarine sandwhiches at Mr. Hero Restaurant instead.

Monday, November 15, 2010


And so I'm typing this manuscript. I'm not sure where this autobiography is heading towards. I'm hoping that this autobiography will lead to something positive, though it could easily lead to tragedy instead. I'm not counting on something tragic to actually happen. I'm normally a lot more careful. However, it's always good to be prepared for anything. Right now, everything is going right in my life. I'm earning a stable salary at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I'm paying off my college tuition loans on time and on schedule. With luck, I'll get my own apartment relaunched after a brief detour living in my Biologic Mom's house again. I'm trying hard to fly under the radar so I don't annoy anybody. I can't afford to annoy anybody since I'm working minimum wage. I'm a pleasant person who doesn't offend on purpose. I'm counting on my pleasant personality to prevail in times of crises. Anyway, today is a good day. I'm happily employed and soon I'll be debt free. It's a good step in the right direction.

Thursday, November 11, 2010


It's a calm relaxing day in Cleveland, Ohio. I have some free time before I need to clock in to work at Mr. Hero Restaurant. I'm spending some of that free time typing on the internet. There isn't much going on in my life beyond repaying college tuition bills and working minimum wage. I'm getting better in my ability to stay on budget. It's not easy to stay on budget, but it's necessary. Part of staying on budget is to realize that I can't pay for everything that I want. It would be nice if I cold win the lottery and become wealthy, but it hasn't happened yet. Oh well, life goes on. The world keeps spinning regardless.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010


I posted the first draft of this blog before I could actually write anything beyond the title. I'm not sure how it happened, but here I am typing up more than just the title. I'm not sure what to write this blog entry about. I'm making this up as I go along. It would be tempting to say that I'm following a genius plan that took decades to set into motion, but that's not the case. Most of the time I'm making stuff up as I go along. Still, I manage to do good despite myself. So now I'm eating gummy bears and drinking soda pop. I'm typing this in the computer lab with two computers in the cappuccino cafe portion of Buehler's supermarket. I don't actually purchase groceries at the grocery store because I'm living in my Biologic Mom's house. I need to repay my college tuition loans and rebuild my saving account balance back to normal. I'll be back on track again when I get my apartment relaunched again. I'm confident about myself.

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


So I'm typing away in the computer lab with two computers in the cappuccino cafe portion of Buehler's supermarket. My monthly income is limited, but I manage to survive anyway. I enjoy drinking cappuccino. I never had an interest in alcohol. I never understood the point for the stuff. And so I'm still typing away. I'm not sure what I'm going to talk about. I'm just writing down the first thing that comes to mind. I hope that what I'm typing is going to be intelligent. I would like to think that everything I write down is intelligent. However, my opinion may be clouded by the need to make myself appear to be a genius.
I didn't go trick or treating on Halloween Day. I handed out candy to trick or treaters instead. Thanksgiving is going to be a fun holliday. Gummy bears are fun to eat. I never interacted with an actual bear unless I was visiting a zoo. There are questions that I'll never know the answer to. Would my life be different if I took music lessons seriously? Would my life be different if I were a farmer instead? Why is water wet? Why is the sky blue? Sorry, I'm in a very weird mood.