> The Big Issue, is apparently only sold, by hobos and homeless people.
> You need to prove you're one to be a vendor.
"i'm sorry, but you don't look crusty enough..."
> Talking from experience?
not me personally
> How was it to wake up to the BIG news.
> They sure took the steam out of it, by delaying it so much.
at least they finally said something. i was beginning to wonder if it was a hoax.
> Why don't we settle on boxes and smilies.
and enter it in the Sick and Twisted animated festival
> Yeah, no one wants to wake up in the morning to do those,
> just wackos.
that's why i would have a late night show like Stuart Maconie used to have...or am i getting him confused with somebody else??
> Network executives, should be shot. or maybe I should think of
> a better and original way to terminate their lives.
> Well maybe I'll watch some repeats.
> But if I don't laugh, you're the one to blame.
hey, i really don't like to watch it that much, but then again, i don't really care to watch most network TV.
> I thought people here use it as some sort of an offensive remark.
> I have no problem with Texas.
they think its offensive. i don't. so its kinda crazy that they toss it around like that. not like they're hurting my feelings any.
> It really is a rich state and not that bad to live in, I think.
> Correct me if I'm wrong, please.
its where i've been all this time. i might give it up for Berkeley (San Francisco) or Paris or a farmhouse in vermont if i had the means to do it, however...i found my niche.