Have I not been screaming that women need 10 times more toilets then men for years??? It's ridiculous that there has to be legislation instead of the architect (that I will assume are all male, because how could a female not make tons more stalls for women?) doing it on his own. Sex equality in bathrooms = good on paper, but sucks when you add together the sum of a movie + 50 oz. of Dr. Pepper + 2 hours.
OMG! Howie Day is coming to the Cain's on July 11th! It's only $17.50. If someone doesn't volunteer to go with me, I'm going to probably just DIE of having never been to a concert. And do you really want that on your conscience? I can't bring myself to count the N.K.O.T.B. concert when I was in 3rd grade. Speaking of music...
I have a love-hate relatationship with drug companies. Yes, if it weren't for them I would have probably died two, three times. But generally they're greedy bastards. Mainly because of the advertising factor. Becasue of them, I can no longer listen to There She Goes by Sixpence None the Richer without thinking of birth control. I also can't listen to Beautiful Morning by The Rascals without thinking of this stuff. I know that this is their intended effect, but they've ear raped parts of my music experience. Here's why:
Like smells, I associate music quite heavily with certain events. Like the first time I hear a song, if something crappy was happening, or something truly wonderful was happening, I can tell you exactly either what song was playing or what song was playing in my head. Then they're forever linked. Until the Senokot commercial aired, I associated Beautiful Morning with my daddy coming in to wake me up in the mornings. This wasn't the song he usually sang to me, but still. I'd much rather associate it with those pleasant memories of childhood rather than the old people in the commercial that drive around in a drop top and look happy only because they've had their morning crap. Ewww!
And if they ever ruin Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters by Elton John for me, I'll cry. Even though the song isn't really great, I have some very nice memories with that one.