Friday, January 19, 2007

entry: 4447

weather: sunny and pleasant.

This blog is long overdue.
the SS Chambs presents:

The Story of Steven Jenkins.

Giant squid, or Architeuthis, have long been a mystery to scientists everywhere.
Scientists have never seen their daily habits, because they are looking in the wrong place. The common misconception is, that giant squid live far down in the depths of the ocean. In fact they live on land, the same as you and I. Heck, one may even be your next door neighbor and you've probably never even noticed. Most squids are extremely polite and personable, however there is always a bad apple in the barrel.
And for this barrel of squid, Steven Jenkins is the one you do not want to meet.
There really is no explanation for his behavior, he grew up in Southern New Jersey
by the sea. His mother is a third grade social studies teacher and his father owns and runs a pizza shop on the Ocean City boardwalk. He also has an older sister named Rita, who now resides in Kyoto, Japan- also by the sea.
Perhaps we will never know the reason why he became so sneaky and mischevious-but we do know that he is.
Most people will claim that they have never encountered Jenkins,
others have not lived to tell their own tale,
and surprisingly there is a large percentage who do not even notice that giant squid are around.
But you would be surprised at how he can weasle his way into your life without even knowing it!
Have you ever put something down, looked away and when you looked back it was gone?
thats Jenkins. Did you manage to loose random items in the dryer? Jenkins too.
Has the phone rang but there was no one on the other end? Yep, you guessed it.
Those are just minor pranks he likes to pull for some fun, he can be much more lethal if he wants to be.
He will dress up in different costumes, and lure you to your death.
But , at the end of the day
he loves nothing more than a nice hot bubble bath
a bucket of fried human arms and biscuits
and a good book or movie before bed.

Tuesday, January 16, 2007

entry: 8843

weather: cold and gross.

well sailors, i find myself at the start of my final semester
feels weird saying that but it feels very good.

I'm ready to get this show on the road
open my show
go to italy
and conquer everything in between.

it's late and i just wanted to update
more soon.

Wednesday, January 03, 2007

entry: 7654

weather: sunny and cold.

ahh 2007.
a new year full of endless possibilities.
my entire life will change this year.
and i cant wait.
hopefully by june
i will have a big fat dog
and an apartment to call my own.

for the last 3 years
i have been dreaming of an apartment
that i can call home.
i've been a bit nomadic
i think its time to settle.

in my search for a new home
i cannot help but think of the polar bears
the newest editions to the endangered species list
and how they are going to be homeless first
and then eventually non-existant.
this breaks my heart.
but it makes me glad to know that finally.
the bush administration has acknowledged the fact
that global warming does exist.
maybe now there can be a change.

I searched for what can be done to specifically help
our furry friends up north.
and besides taking steps against global warming
the NRDC ( Natural Resources Defense Council)
suggests this:
"To help protect the polar bear, please revisit this page in early January,
when the newly elected Congress takes office, and send a message
urging your senators and representative to save the polar bear's
Arctic habitat. In the meantime, you can support our ongoing campaign
of public pressure to save these majestic bears by making a gift
to NRDC's BioGems Initiative. "
go here for more.
so sailors, lets do what we can to save our friends.