Monday May 9 2011

Getting out of bed around 10:30 a.m. I head to Edible Arrangements—supposed to be there at 10. They send me home though because there just aren’t any deliveries available.

I fall directly back to sleep until 3:30 p.m.

Breakfast: Plain Bagel with Cream Cheese. Orange Juice. Strawberries.

Taking advantage of the time to clean and organize.

The Mileage Shop sent me a new hydrogen fuel cell to replace the broken one I sent them back. Installing and making sure the system works. It feels good to have that back in my car.

Lunch: Egg Sandwich with Tomato and Mayonnaise. Salt n Vinegar Chips. Honey Green Tea.

Work at China Wok.

Blueberry Yogurt and a Banana.

More cleaning and organizing. Within the week I expect this new place to feel like a home, complete with everything in place.

Kevin just got off work—sharing our delivery stories for the day—eating a Carrot.

Me: “That’s the thing I love about this job. You get a glimpse into so many people’s lives, all these people out there that you know nothing about. As soon as they open their front door you get to see what kind of person lives there—you make judgments and predictions. It’s very interesting.”

It’s after midnight and the rest of the family is trickling in.

Margot brings over a DiGiorno pizza. Eating a few slices and watching a little bit of Samurai Pizza Cats The Movie, this anime from the 90’s, in the living room. I can see where The Powerpuff Girls gets its influence.

Chilling in my room and cuddling with the queen. Earlier she was acting a little sour.

Me: “I think me identifying you as the queen is getting to your head.”

She becomes happier when it’s just her and I or I’m giving her my full attention. Of course I like full attention too. Everybody wants understanding and to be able to share their excitement over things.

Before we have sex she starts taking off her dress. I object, “No. Put that back on. I want to take if off you. I like taking your dress off while we’re having sex.”

Newspaper route.

Coffee Roll Donut from 7-11 and Milk.

Coast to Coast AM. I’m just going to copy and paste the newsletter that sums up tonight’s show,

“On Monday's show, author Jim Marrs discussed various conspiracy theories, and how events such as the ongoing deadly radiation from the Fukushima reactors and spraying of Corexit in the Gulf continue with little news coverage. We live in a "fake world" now, he contended. with such issues surrounding Pres. Obama such as his birth certificate, the so-called killing of bin Laden, and the phony pictures of his dead body that appeared. The secret operatives that claimed to have killed Osama bin Laden dumped his body into the ocean saying it was custom in his homeland of Saudi Arabia, a predominately desert country, and without any objective forensics performed. If bin Laden was unarmed, why didn't they capture him to bring him to trial for his crimes?, asked Marrs.

According to many credible sources, bin Laden has been dead since December 2001, probably from his kidney problems. This wasn't reported back then because the government needed to keep him alive in order to justify such programs as the Patriot Act, and Homeland Security, he conjectured. The removal of bin Laden now was a tactic to take people's mind off Obama's issues about his birth certificate and citizenship, he continued.

Regarding suppression of news coverage of Japan's nuclear radiation which is still spewing from the damaged plants, he cited how "the nuclear industry doesn't want everyone to know how bad this is, because we would be doing like Germany is doing and shutting all nuclear plants down." Speaking about the UFO secrecy issue, Marrs said disclosure hasn't taken place because government & the military don't want to admit to the public that there's technology that they don't have, and that they don't have any control over this technology.”

Back home snuggling with her. Sleep 6:45 a.m.

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