Tuesday, March 28, 2006

McDonald's song

I typed the following from memory, but couldn't manage to type it all in one breath.

"Big Mac, McBLT, a Quarter-Pounder with some cheese.
Filet O-Fish, a hamburger, a cheeseburger, a Happy Meal,
McDonald's tasty golden French Fries, regular and large in size
And salads, chef or garden or a chicken salad, oriental
Big, Big Breakfast, Egg McMuffin, Hot, Hot Cakes and Sausage,
Maybe biscuits, bacon, egg and cheese and sausage, danish, hashbrowns, too
And for dessert, hot apple pies and sundaes, three varieties
A soft-serve cone, three kinds of shakes and chocolaty-chip cookies
And to drink, a Coca-Cola, Diet Coke and orange drink, a Sprite and coffee, decaf, too and low-fat milk and orange juice.
I love McDonald's good times, great tastes.
Can I get this all at one place?"


I'm not your average Steph Doe.

Friday, March 24, 2006

Shipping number

One afternoon in the Fall of 1987, I sat squirrelly in a plastic chair on the end of the second row in music class. Being disengaged in the song selection from the hymnal, I instead focused my attention on a tracking number that had been stamped on a cardboard shipping box across the room. I still remember that number. NWXCWH1T221606314384NB. No, I don't think that's normal. But I do wonder to this day what was actually shipped in that box. I mean, what if there was something scandalous shipped inside that box; just maybe that box has an interesting story behind it. You never know.

Rain stick

I think I have yet to hear music implementing the usage of an Chilean rain stick.

Thursday, March 23, 2006

Monster ballads

There's nothing like listening to a monster ballad on a sunny, spring afternoon. It takes me back. My distaste for hairbands in my youth meant that I never really liked those songs back then. And, come to think of it, listening to them now really doesn't bring back many memories. Hmm. Except for maybe a school-sponsored roller-skating party or two.

Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Illegitimate children

I wonder if I have any illegimate children running around.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006


I'm reading an extraordinary bestseller titled The World Is Flat. So now I'm comtemplating either moving to India for an American job or starting my own company in America and outsourcing the secretary/executive assistant work to India.