Tuesday, March 29, 2005

You scored as agnosticism. You are an agnostic. Though it is generally taken that agnostics neither believe nor disbelieve in God, it is possible to be a theist or atheist in addition to an agnostic. Agnostics don't believe it is possible to prove the existence of God (nor lack thereof).

Agnosticism is a philosophy that God's existence cannot be proven. Some say it is possible to be agnostic and follow a religion; however, one cannot be a devout believer if he or she does not truly believe.



















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Saturday, March 26, 2005

Ah, Saturday.

While I get to take a day off from the Baseball Blog, I get to hit random things here in the regular blog. No restriction. No boundries.

Nothing to talk about.

Which, really, is what a blog is all about. The baseball blog's purpose is to get me to write every day (or at least every weekday) about a subject, kind of getting a portfolio together. That way, if lightning struck and someone was considering hiring me to write about sports (or at least baseball), I could point to something, not just my occasional baseball article wrapped around PS2 reviews and my rants on job hunting and the police test.

As I wrote this and thought how my mind scatters, I'm reminded that Tara told me I should look for ADHD studies that I could potentially participate in. When you don't have medical insurance, you're willing to volunteer for any poking and prodding that's out there.

Pretty sad, isn't it?

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

And while I'm still putting off redoing the site (mainly because I don't redo the site, Tara does, and she's uber busy), I'm managing to launch ANOTHER blog. This one is a baseball related one, and I'm going to try to update that one every day during the baseball season - at least during weekdays.

The link to it is www.buhner.com/baseballblog.html

This is a pathetic attempt to keep writing something every day. I seriously need to get into the habit of writing. And, the belief is that if I manage to write in the baseball blog every day, I'll write here every day.

And maybe, just maybe, I'll have something worthwile to say.

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

So I watched "Fat Actress" last night, only because I was in bed already and Tara was flipping channels and there really wasn't anything else on. I had very low hopes, mainly because I don't like fat jokes and Kristie Alley annoys me, and part of me deep deep down inside sees this whole "fat" thing as a way for her to get back into the public eye.

So I'm watching the show - as I said, with minimal expectations. I laughed my ass off. I pretty much enjoyed it for two reasons. The lesser reason was Rachael Harris. She's a good looking chick (blame the glasses) who should be in more things. The major reason though was Mayim Bialik. Yeah, Blossom. Yeah, she's older now (and not to rip on her or anything, but she hasn't aged that well considering she's not 30 yet - dude, Blossom's pushing 30. How old do you feel now?) and not as "cute" as she was back in her NBC sitcom days, but she ends up having sex with one of the other characters on the show, and to hear her cry out "Say my name! Say my name! Now say my other name!" as the guy cries out "Blossom! Blossom!" Just high quality stupid humor.

Of course, the end of the program where we flip back to Bialik's house where she cries out "but I"m Blossom, dammit!" and puts on the flower hat and dances to the recording of the Blossom TV show had me laughing again. It's stuff like that which works once - I don't know if she's going to appear again, but the whole combination of having not seen her in like 10 years to the immedate turn in "character" was funny.

I'll watch the show again. It'll surely let me down, but it didn't suck as much as I thought it would.