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best blog.

best personal blog.

best humour blog.

and for philogynist:

best photo/art blog.


mr. moustache: how are you

michael “air” jordan: i’m sick

mr. moustache: i have the blues

michael “air” jordan: after your big news, you still have the blues?
no rhyme intended

mr. moustache: yeh im a loser
ive been getting a lot of nasty comments lately
they exhaust me
i just flat out delete them
i get affected by them and i shouldnt

michael “air” jordan: really? i hadn’t noticed. but i don’t read all the comments because they exhaust me, too
i know what you mean. if i get a nasty comment i think about it for days
it doesn’t even have to be intended as nasty

mr. moustache: yeah

michael “air” jordan: but sometimes they just get under my skin

mr. moustache: people are such dicks to me and treat me like shit

michael “air” jordan: not everyone
you have lots of fans
but the haters, yeah, they’re there for sure
i don’t understand it
it sounds cliche to say, “they’re just jealous” but what else could it be?

mr. moustache: bitter because they have done nothing for themselves
i built my own fame and it took me a long time and actual work for little pay off
they’re jealous cos they work crappy desk jobs and get zero recognition

michael “air” jordan: i know. it IS a lot of work

mr. moustache: and i have a charmed life cos of how i look and my personality
like sorry for having a fucking personality and drawing a crowd you assholes
so anyway this negative feedback is nothing new

michael “air” jordan: i know

mr. moustache: but it spans a variety of topics
ungh i am already over complaining about the complainers
the thing that irritates me the most about flamers is that they forget or dont care that you are a REAL PERSON with FEELINGS and you are doot dee doo logging into your comments and then ten really nasty things greet you in the morning
i feel like i am constantly in a fight in some shape or form with someone
and they are all really demanding too

michael “air” jordan: some of the people who used to flame you have turned to fans, i noticed

mr. moustache: like come on i dont show up to your goddamn house and tell you how ugly and stupid you are
oh which guys

michael “air” jordan: didn’t that ***** person used to leave smart ass comments?

mr. moustache: in what way
they talk to me all the time now
i think they were smart allecky but always a fan

michael “air” jordan: i just remember when i read your comments, sometimes i’m surprised when i see a name that i recognize, and they actually say something harmless, or even nice
i guess maybe i’m even more sensitive than YOU!

mr. moustache: well i think some of them get stockholm syndrome from my blog
so many people have said I HATED YOU AT FIRST

michael “air” jordan: hah

mr. moustache: irritating

michael “air” jordan: you should write about that

mr. moustache: to be hated for no reason, happens in real life too, often times when i dont even open my mouth
i know it has more to do with them then it does me

michael “air” jordan: people project all kinds of things good and bad on other people

mr. moustache: but still, this times 8 years, 365 days it is like enough already
i have a blog it is public it is a representation of my life and how i feel about things you do not have to visit it

michael “air” jordan: that’s always the big comeback, isn’t it? “You’re asking for it. You put it out there…”
but that’s such bullshit

mr. moustache: actually no people have rights over anyone who is famous
that is such total selfish pathetic bullshit to assume as much
this ” ” famous person has nothing to do with you, they were in a movie or wrote a book, they owe you nothing

michael “air” jordan: i remember when some kid posted a negative review of my ***** on his website, and I left a comment on the post, “Oh well, thanks for giving it a try anyway..” and he commented back, all surprised that I would ever see his review
that role model comment you got made me really mad
You’re a role model! You can’t say that!

mr. moustache: i know

michael “air” jordan: fuck role models.

mr. moustache: that was pretty funny
a role model is someone who speaks out where they don’t believe, takes a stand, not bends the fuck over
also, you’re reading a blog not attending the nobel peace prize

Hey raymi, I saw your last post about the haters. Keep your head up. Those people annoy the hell out of me. But you’re absolutely right. They’re probably cubicle-dwelling salary sluts, the kind that take the GO train on their 1.5 hour journey home (they lie and say it takes them 45 minutes) to Newmarket because they wanted a backyard for their kids to play in. Only their kids never leave the computer so it’s a total waste and they know they could have probably lived in downtown Toronto in a decent condo. But now all Toronto is to them is the location of their miserable Monday to Friday 9-5 existence which causes them to bash the city to make themselves feel better :-)

Don’t let them get to you! Their fear of failure relegates them to a life of mediocrity. I’ve learned to never be afraid of failing and sure enough, I’ve had my fair share and I’m not even old LOL. Despite my failures, I always come out ahead of folks like those people.

I like to revisit from time to time this poem that someone from Apple Computer wrote. Hopefully it helps you too! I know it’s a corny corporate manifesto, but at the same time I love it :-) It pretty much sums up my outlook on life.

-senor taco stand

PS don’t quote me :-) I’ve got a client that ************ and I suspect they wouldn’t be happy with me for saying that stuff above! No wonder my blog sucks, I can’t step on anyone’s toes LOL.

Here’s to the crazy ones.

The misfits.

The rebels.

The troublemakers.

The round pegs in the square holes.

The ones who see things differently.

They’re not fond of rules.

And they have no respect for the status quo.

You can praise them, disagree with them, quote them,

disbelieve them, glorify or vilify them.

About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them.

Because they change things.

They invent. They imagine. They heal.

They explore. They create. They inspire.

They push the human race forward.

Maybe they have to be crazy.

How else can you stare at an empty canvas and see a work of art?
Or sit in silence and hear a song that’s never been written?
Or gaze at a red planet and see a laboratory on wheels?

We make tools for these kinds of people.

While some see them as the crazy ones,
we see genius.

Because the people who are crazy enough to think
they can change the world, are the ones who do.

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