Sunday, September 28, 2008

I admit I like to watch some weird reality shows at the wee hours of the night while drooling on my shoulder.

So...
Some of you may know I have a bed time. It's 10:30 pm on a school night. I've bitched and moaned about it for years but it never changes and it just causes a ton of gentle, softly whispered disagreements.

Anyway, on Fridays and Saturdays, I can go to bed as late as I want (or until Andy gets tired of troll killing and gets sleepy)! Between you and me, I'm tired by 11:30 but I stay up because I'm a psychotic weirdo who refuses to admit she's tired. Between the hours of 12:00 and 2:00 am, I sit on the sofa with my head drooping to my shoulder and catch the best TV ever! THE BEST JERRY!


For some reason, I tune in to MTV and watch shows like MADE or TRUE LIFE or my new fave BUSTED! It's usually about underage drinking and driving or underage booze parties. The chick on this video was so upset that she was "pulled over" and given a citation since she wasn't DRIVING! She was walking! On the feet!


The quality of the video is bad since I don't have a new fangled gadget that transfers my recordings to my laptop. I don't think one has been invented so get on that will ya'? --I'm talking to the smart guy in the audience.--


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I do feel bad for her since she was just walking and hungry so she wanted to go get food at the hungry store! Damn! Give the girl a break copper! She was trying to kill her buzz!


As for the next two videos, they were commercials on MTV while I was watching BUSTED! and they were announcing Hispanic Heritage month.

Here's the thing. I am not easily offended. It takes a hellavu lot for me to get really angry at something people say. Their actions are another matter but for the most part, I can laugh at almost anything.

What I'm trying to say is, I can't decided whether I'm offended or not. I definitely think these videos are funny but at the same time, I hope people that have not met a real life Hispanic person don't think these is how we are. I'm somewhat edumacated and can pronounce my 'Ys' with no problems.

Please click to see the videos (BRIAN!) because they are comical (I know this because I have been watching them over and over and laughing). You can see the rest of them at MTV Tr3s





On a job related note, I've sent my resume to a few places so I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I'd like some advice from you.

When I get called for interviews, what should I say my reason for leaving is? I don't want to say "I work with a bunch of dumb fucks and need to escape before I become a space cadet that farts every time the lights flicker." I don't think that would make them want to hire me on the spot.

I would hire someone that gave me that as their reason but a serious company? Not so much.

I think that's it for tonight. Hasta la pasta chicos and may the wind blow the scent of old ladies away from you.

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14 comments:

  1. Ay Bee, como te haces. Joo know como we beanERS say our palabras. We aint never got no respect para las accentos que tenemos. Haha. Ok, I dont really talk like that but I know plenty of people that do. Im not so much offended but more amused. Its ok, Jeff Foxworthy does the same thing for Rednecks. Im sure someone can find things offensive about those videos but for me, Im just gonna laugh.

    On a serious note. For when they call for interviews just say you are looking to advance yourself in a better working environment that appreciates the work their employees do. You want to work for a business that creates a relationship with their employees and a place where you can put forth 100% with the possibility of growth.

    buzz buzz :)

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  2. okay, the fly made me laugh more than those videos!

    also, he's not far off from what I would recommend on what to say about leaving the job. Just keep the language positive--new challenges and opportunities, professional growth, blah, blah, blah--you'll be golden. :)

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  3. Ah, come on, Bee. You can't be offended by that. It's just fun with words, like the Blue Collar guys do with the Redneck dictionary.

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  4. You can find that kind of thing with regards to just about every race or nationality. Besides, its not your place to be offended or offensive, you'll put Chelle's nose out of joint.

    TheFly has given the best advise possible about your reasons for moving on in the job market. But also, wear a low cut blouse and a short skirt. :>)

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  5. Whatever you decide to say about your previous job, try and keep it honest. You don't want them coming back to you saying:

    "July. Julyed to us."

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  6. I find all racial jokes to be funny
    especially red neck jokes or wite boy ones because it's pretty close to my demographic.

    I also like gimp jokes, woman jokes and fart jokes.

    just don't no one make a soccer mom joke cause yo, those ain't funny

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  7. LMAO at the vids and the comments.

    And for that cop, "Dude, you should have given her a break. Sheesh, she was just hungry! And as many of us know -- when the munchies kick in there is absolutely nothing you won't do for junk food!"

    hehehe...I'm still picturing Bee drooling on her shoulder getting her fix of Jerry!

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  8. Or, you could say that since you videoed your boss getting it on with the pot plant after a lunchtime of sniffing glue because his sandwich was late, things have got a bit strained.

    I think that should work fine.

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  9. As Chat Blanc says, you need to emphasize the positives. Say you want to consolidate and expand on the experience that your current job has given you, or something.

    I tried watching the videos - the first one worked, but not the cartoons. Probably somthing linuxy.

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  10. When they ask you why you left just look really shifty eyed and mumble something about "they made me"...

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  11. I think that's an awesome reason to give. You need to find one of those un-serious companies to hire you.

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  12. Reason for leaving current position:
    "I can no longer work with idiots."

    "They've tried for years to suck the intelligence out of me. I won't let them succeed."

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  13. the fly said it all...I was going to recommend you say you feel that you are ready for more career growth and the current company you are employed by does not have any room for advancement.

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