As a general rule, an apple a day won’t keep the doctor away. It will just make you sick of apples.
Cepillín, ya no le metas tanto!
Tara tara la guitarra, pom pom el acordeón…
I thought this type of crap only happened on Greyhound buses. I guess the economy is picking up… the crazies are now affording airplane tickets.
As a general rule, if the magazine cover does not say the word “sex” at least 6 times, it isn’t a Cosmopolitan.
Ok, so it’s Tuesday. This morning I had a V8 Peach Mango juice and a bowl of cereal for breakfast.
I was not enslaved, I did not do any landscaping and I certainly did not eat Jesus is Real’s dick for breakfast. (Please refer to http://arjanshahani.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/stalker-tuesdays-your-input-needed/#comments for more information on my stalker).
I must say I am a bit disappointed with my stalker’s ability to deliver on his promises. What a ripoff.
More famously known as Dr. Death, Jack Kevorkian passed away on June 3rd, 2011, one week after his 83rd birthday and as a result of a long-term fight against kidney cancer. He was best known for publicly championing a terminal patient’s right to die via physician-assisted suicide; he said he assisted at least 130 patients to that end. He famously said “dying is not a crime”.
Whether readers agreed with his methods or not, his death does hit hard for both sides of the euthanasia debate. I personally found the ethics and moral debates related to this topic fascinating, so I must say I did follow his career to a certain extent.
If you would like to learn more about Kevorkian, I can recommend a great movie starring Al Pacino as Dr. Death himself. The title is “You don’t know Jack.” And if YOU don’t know Jack, you NEED to see this movie.
He scored three of the five goals in the impressive 5-0 score reached by Mexico over El Salvador last night.
This is how mexicans thank him… (sheez)
This is even worse than that Chicharito “Little Pea” / Let it Be song a fat British kid uploaded on YouTube.