Wednesday, October 10, 2007

"Call me if u get horny :) "

Um, no thanks.

The title of my post was a text message I received Sunday nigh from someone who I WOULD NOT want to have sex with. It took much self restraint to not reply with the following:

"That's ok. I'd rather have my eyelids ripped off and be forced to watch 12 hours of granny lesbian porn."

Well, as you can I am finally back online. My internet got hooked up today. I am loving my new apartment. Does that mean I am going to stay here awhile? hell no. I'm a gypsy and will probably move another 10 times in the next 5 years but for now I am content! I suppose that is the only advantage of renting and not owning. That and not having to fix anything in the house if it breaks! I don't know enough lesbians to help me with that sort of thing.

I must also say how nice it is to be back in my old 'hood. So much has changed in these two short years. New restaurants, new stores, new faces, etc. This neighborhood has always been considered the "gayborhood" and well, it still is without a doubt, but I think now the "gayness" has metamorphasized into "tolerance and awareness". I think the new Center On Halsted is the primary example of this but the inhabitants of the neighborhood play an important role also. I walk down Broadway and I see a plethora of young straight yuppy couples walking hand in hand with their 2.5 children along with the many uber hot gay couples walking hand in hand with their dogs (and sometimes children too!). You know, it's so amazing to think that when these little kids grow up they won't see people as being gay or straight, they will see people as neighbors, friends and coworkers. It's too bad not every neighborhood in the country could foster such incredible tolerance for people from all walks of life.



You know with my busy schedule I rarely get the chance to see a movie in the theaters. Now that my move is over with (did I mention my apartment is looking fierce with all of the shit I got at Ikea and World Market?????) I am hoping I can get to see "Resident Evil: Extinction". I was at FYE the other day (one of the few music retailers left in the Chicagoland area!) and I noticed all of the horror DVD's were on sale. The first two Resident Evil movies were recently released together on a double DVD set that also inculded a free movie ticket to see the new film. The double DVD was only $16!!!! That's a steal so I making sure I get to the theaters before this thing expires. I don't care if I even have to be a loser and see Extinction by myself! lol

2 Comments:

Blogger musicbeing said...

I still have yet to see "Halloween" in theatres. I couldn't find anyone else to see it with. I saw the Workprint version but that was only once in hopes to seeing it in theatres. Maybe when it comes to the Logan Theater.

Glad u like your new old hood :) As for the str8 couples...I think its people from Lincoln Park moving north.

10:39 PM  
Blogger L'Innommable said...

So glad you're blogging again.

6:12 PM  

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