Monday, January 29, 2007

Let the Sun Shine In.

So... Turns out the Eastern world is explodin'.

Anywho, so I got a tattoo today (Or yesterday, I suppose... It was 1/28). Its just my symbol. Its on the lower portion or my left upper-arm. Its just black outlined and black filled in over most of it with it fading to flesh tone at the top. I kinda like it as it is but I'm really thinking about getting it faded to green instead of my flesh color... That'd be fucking tits.
But, yeah. I had it done at Pitbull Tattoo Clinic ( Give 'em a go if you want.

So tomorrow/today is the long-awaited ghost hunt at the Old Charleston Jail. I'm sort of excited, I must say... It's gonna be kinda cool. And apparently we're also going to be 'sharing' the building with two other ghost hunters (or 'paranormal investigators' if you truly are that pretencious) which should be fine unless our styles clash too horribly.

But, yeah. We're hoping to do much touring of the city on Tuesday, also. I'm personally hoping for a trip to Fort Sumter 'cause its been forever for me. I miss that place.

Look for pictures and audio and shite from that trip soon, of course. Hopefully they'll be fruitful.

Ermmm... Oh yeah, I keep forgetting to mention it but Rob now has a blog. It's at and the one post he has so far is... Interesting. Its worth the read and he says he may have another one coming tomorrow so... Ya know... Check that shit.

Alright well I'm sort of drawing a blank at the moment so I'm gonna be jettin'.

But before I go, I'm going to leave you all with a link to a 14 second piece of video I shot tonight. I was playing with my phone and a guy that was almost certainly on coke of something comes in and he's all crazy acting and I happened to catch this one moment of him so hyped up that he seems to MoonWalk multiple times... Very funny if you ask me...
So that being said, be sure you go to THIS link... Its fucking crazy funny, foos.

Check back, people.

-=The Prynce

Thursday, January 25, 2007


People are stupid.
I'm at work and I just had a guy call me to make a reservation for Memorial Day Weekend and he just couldn't wrap his mind around the fact that 1) Its a weekend in May, 2) Its a biker weekend, 3) The very brochure he was reading to me from states in bold and all CAPS that WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS, AND SPECIAL EVENTS are higher.
So he asks about the weekend before-- Same price. Again, he can't wrap his mind around the fact that its a weekend in May... It won't be cheap anywhere. In fact, to find one cheaper than the price I gave with similar or better location would be nearly impossible.

One thing I can't stand is a person who gets angry that they can't be cheap assholes every day of their lives.

"So just because the hotel will make more money by certainly selling those rooms on those nights, why not have them lower so people like me can be cheap and you don't have to worry about making money."

I'll repeat... People are stupid.

Anywho, that's not what my post is about. In fact, I don't know what its about really but it isn't about some moron who can't understand 'supply and demand' or other simple capitalistic ideas.

So... I won a radio contest the other day. I won two tickets to the movie 'The Queen' which I'd never heard of until I won the tickets...
But after I won, I went to get my taxes done... After that we went to the radio station to get my prize.
We went in and dealt with the rude ass lady in the office, I got my winnings and we went back to the car.
Darrell and I were discussing something as we were about to leave (probably the rude lady inside) when I happened to change the radio to the same station I'd just won from. Over our conversation we heard them announce to call in and win something and Darrell called, he was the correct caller (#5) and he won a t-shirt and a chance to be entered into another contest.

Summation; Almost exactly one hour after I won, Darrell won. We were in the parking lot picking up my prize when he won. And of course, we were both in the car with the other when they won.
What are the odds of that? I mean, really. It was a radio station played in resturants and offices all the time and at this hour, thousands of people had to be listening. I really would love to know the statistical odds of what happened happening again.

Anywho, I totally just started drawing a blank sooo... Yeah. I may post again before I get off of work but... eh, I doubt it.

Big brother is watching.

-=The Prynce

Thursday, January 18, 2007

Peace Not Greed

For the life of me, I do not understand why marijuana is still criminalized. I understand why it was ORIGINALLY outlawed in this country. Overall it was xenophobia. Mexican immigrants brought it with them and criminalizing it made it possible to arrest, detain, etc. immigrants.

But that alone wasn't enough to make it illegal. Fear had to be utilized more skillfully.

It was then decided that it was dangerous and would cause madness. But in addition to that, it also caused white women to loosen up and sleep with black men, or simillarly, it would cause black men to rape white women.

That bit of silliness held strong but it wasn't enough to convince people. So then it became the hand-in-hand partner of heavy drugs such as heroine.

As time has progressed, however, the relative masses of people have been smart enough to realize that all of these things are true... Or at least truly poppycock.
Unfortunately, to borrow and then contort a phrase of Nixon's, the ignorant masses still believe most of the things they have been falsely preached over the years and they believe them with a passion.

Go back and watch movies from the 1930's such as 'Reefer Madness'... Its a load of crap but many Americans still believe it.

I have to say, though, I do believe that due to the fear of persecution, many Americans who have tried Marijuana are afraid to admit to it due to stigma and the fact that that very stigma would be very likely social and career suicide.

Bill Clinton was almost a break-through case. He admitted to smoking marijuana but claimed he did not inhale... What small number of you folks actually believe that?
Newt Gingrich has even admitted to being a former marijuana user.

Did either of those men turn out to be Jell-O minded lazy zombies, herione addicts, or insane criminals? Well... Some may think so based on their own political views, but c'mon... Seriously.

I theorize that if 100 people read this post in the next 24 hours, at least 85 of them would have tried marijuana and another 10 would have been around it before or at least would support its legalization.

Jimmy Carter supported its decriminalization nationally. Nixon had a presidental commision to see if it would reccomend decriminalizing marijuana for personal use-- They did. Upon hearing this, Nixon threw the report in the garbage without even reading it.

I do not smoke marijuana. I'm willing to admit that I have in the past. But as of this post, it has been some time between 3-5 years since I have used it. If people were brave enough to admit it more often, it wouldn't be illegal right now.

Marijuana is not addictive. It does not always lead to heavier drugs. It is better for your health than tobacco or alcohol.

However, given its illegal status, it is very expensive to those who use it therefore giving millons of dollars to people who may or may not be using that money to contribute to more serious crimes. It is more dangerous due to its being unable to be regulated. I've talked to far too many people who have unknowingly used other drugs due to marijuana being laced. Someone who gets arrested for possession of small amounts will become ineligable for many things in their home state and the entire country due to that blemish on their possibly otherwise clean legal record.

BILLONS are spent in tax dollars on the 'war on marijuana' in the U.S. not including the millons spent to house inmates who thought they should have the right to grow a hemp plant in their own home or property.

Think of the tax dollars to be gained by taxing marijuana sells as heavily as alcohol!

Decriminalization would solve SOME of these problems. Many states have taken steps and decriminalized it.

LEGALIZATION would fix all of these problems. But I don't see that happening due to politicians who are more concerned about if they're going to get re-elected rather than politicians who actually give a damn about their constituates. It would almost certainly be political suicide to move to legalize marijuana, although it has came very close to becoming legal many times since its being outlawed by the bogus 'marijuana tax act'.

You would have to consume thousands of pounds of marijuana at one time to overdose.

There is no scientific evidence that marijuana is harmful to the human body. However, there is plenty known about its medical benefits... Not to mention its incrediblt industrial uses.

There are so many points I'm leaving out of this post without a doubt. I'm pressed for time and I do appologize. Depending on the response, I may do a continuation of this post in the near future.

I'll close with a request that you who read this post a comment saying if you've ever tried marijuana before. You don't have to post your name if you don't want to. I just want to see how many people will admit to it...

Thanks for reading!

-=The Prynce

"How would life be if the world smoked weed? Garunteed there'd be peace not greed."
~from 'Peace Not Greed' by Kottonmouth Kings

DISCLAIMER: I do not advocate breaking the law in any way. I only advocate the legalization or decriminalization of marijuana for personal use.

Sunday, January 07, 2007


I'm not becoming a corporate whore but Vongo is the best shit on this planet.
I recently saw some commercials and shit on it so I went to the site to see what was up with it and it basically comes down to this: You pay like $10 a month and then you can download any of a LARGE selection of mostly great movies that they have licenced.
They have shit like "Tommy", "Pulp Fiction", "Revenge of the Nerds", "House of Flying Daggers", and tons of other really good movies.

There are two draw-backs as I've seen thus far.
1) All of the movies have a limited licence so you can only keep them for a certain amount of time... Although most of them won't expire for months.
2) Some movies are Pay-Per-View and you have to pay like $2 to download them but there are plenty of good ones that come with the subscription.

Also, you can't burn them to DVDs or CDs so that's not too great...

But, yeah. I recommend it. Check it out, bitches.

-=The Prynce

Tuesday, January 02, 2007

And When I'm Kissing You I Fantisize You're a Midget

I've been thinking... And I think that the next person who asks how my New Year's Eve was, I may choke them. I was working, people! And it wasn't even a fun night at work.

Anywho, not a lot going on these days... My ex from my previous post is coming back for a bit on Wednesday but its just so she can borrow my capture card so its not the best of news. That would be that she was coming because she was dying to see me... But... Nope. lol.

I was SORTA on Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell again a few nights ago. But it was just him reviewing my prediction from the same show the previous year which was wrong. Who's shocked?

So... Chuck Liddell (The Ice Man) beat Tito Ortiz (The Huntington Beach Bad Boy) in their UFC rematch this weekend. And I couldn't be more thrilled. I really can't stand Ortiz and it all goes back to his blatant and unnecessary disrespect that he showed towards Ken Shamrock and the Lions Den in his rematch against Guy Mezger.
In short, I can't fucking stand Tito Ortiz and I'm tickled fuckin' pink that he lost. Great fighter, but what an asshole, ya know?

Erm... USC beat Michigan. I don't much care for Michigan but I really dislike USC. But, eh... I'll get over it... With ease. lol.

Yeah, so, I'm about to get off work now and I'm drawing a blank on what more to go over so... Check back for more posts soon I suppose, K? Maybe I'll have had an entertaining set of events to cover.

But I doubt it.

-=The Prynce