L.J. Ferrari (tyler306) wrote,
L.J. Ferrari


A friend of mine sent me this joke….“A cannibal was walking in the jungle and came upon a restaurant operated by a fellow cannibal. Feeling hungry, he sat down, looked over the menu, The first item was, Tourist, $5.00, then Broiled Missionary, $10.00, Fried Explorer, $15.00, Baked Democrat or Grilled Republican, $100.00 The cannibal called the waiter over and asked, "Why such a price difference for the Politicians?"The cook replied, "Have you ever tried to clean one? They're so full of shit, it takes all morning."

I couldn’t  resist putting that here. It kinda fits right in with the way I feel.

I’m still downloading TV shows and Movies…I watched Robert DeNiro and Edward Norton’s new movie “Stone” last night. Crystal clear picture, sound a little off but good. I don’t know what to say…Two great actors. I will say I had higher expectations because of these guys. Not that they were bad. Its automatic, the acting was great. Very believable, like I was standing right there listening to them. Maybe it was the story line…I could identify with Mr. DeNiro’s character because I have been in that situation. I don’t want to give it away…Maybe because I was in that kind of thing, well not exactly but close. I think maybe it was the story line. You know how sometimes how you have to fill in the blanks or read between the lines, when they move on with the story. Well, I didn’t to like to have to that.…See the movie, its really good, you won’t be disappointed…I wasn’t..    

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