Thursday, October 19, 2006

'nother QUICKIE!!

SORRY!! I'm on reading all the latest stories, and, well, I have to share them all because they're all funny. Here's a couple to enjoy:

Bin Laden's Mother Worried Sick:

I Can't Stop Thinking About The Foreign-Policy
Discussion We Had In The Shower Yesterday:

The Daily Onion: The FINEST news source on EARTH. READ IT!!! ALL SHOULD READ IT!!!

--Blind Prophet


Incoming North Korean Missile
Intercepted by Deion Sanders.

God, I love The Onion.

Thursday, September 28, 2006

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Just a Quickie!


What do YOU think of the recent words of Pope Benedict XVI??

He called Islam evil, basically saying that Muhammed's words were not only misguided but intentionally misleading and evil, and that those who follow them are following evil. The Pope recently apologized, saying that he was sorry the Muslims were offended by his speech. He did NOT deign, however, to apologize for or to retract his statements. You can find the story on anywhere else, for that matter.


(By the way, I apologize for being so late in reporting this...I've been busy.)

Tuesday, September 12, 2006


I've been reading the Daily Onion for the past few years--it's just about the only news that I trust these days. Completely unibiased and impartial, they mock everyone equally and never back down from the tactless. Beautiful. Simply beautiful.

Here's a hilarious story I read from


Friday, September 01, 2006


Oh, No! Luke, hide your Lightsaber!

Err...I'm sure he did.

McDonald's New Ad Campaign.

This is so totally my future son.

Wow...this is...ummm...wait, what?

Thursday, August 24, 2006


Well, the first week of college is almos over...*sigh* I just got done trying to test out of a stupid Intro to Tech class about 80 minutes ago. Ahhhhh...I'm done for the day right now, just sitting here in the university-club with my fiance. (which, of course, most of the content in the preceeding sentences means nothing to most people (if anyone even READS what I write)).

Hmm. not much to say right now. Have a good day and stay off of drugs.

Oh yeah, I almost forgot to mention. My little bro's in college now so I'm going to prank him. I've gathered about twelve Safe Sex and disease prevention pamphlets and I'm going to mail them to him anonymously. Should be interesting. Well, have a safe night, all.


Ye Olde Blind Prophet

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Some funny pics

Pretty good, pretty good.

I have NO idea. This one's just so funny!

Wow...stay away from THAT pooch when he's playing ball!!

WOW. Some crazy pics, huh? Thanks to bripos for most of those--I might add more pics later.
Have a great day, everyone!!! THE BLIND PROPHET HAS SPOKEN!!!

Monday, July 31, 2006


I haven't been on here for quite a while...and I won't be again for...errr, a week? or so?

Sorry for the delay, everyone! (everyone being ME, I think...I'm not sure anyone else ever reads this or even cares about it...but oh well.) I've been really busy sleeping in every day and generally lazing around the house until midnight, at which point I go back to sleep!!!

Well, maybe I'll get back to ye soon with a story or news or something.


Thursday, April 20, 2006

Stupid Runaways

HEY!! It's time for another LATE update from the Oratorium! Sorry about the lack of recent posting here, but I've been busy with the end-semester shtuffs I have to do and I have a lot of work and blah blah blah excuse blah blah blah blah explanation blah blah.

Some 16-yr-old girl ran away from home here in (**state**) recently, and called the police, saying she'd been kidnapped by a guy in a white van. Scores of FBI personnel, other police agencies, and (yes, even the hated) reporters showed up search for the girl, hopefully rescue her, and return her to her parents before some unimaginable thing happened to her at the hands of this insane kidnapper.

...she walzted back into town fifteen hours later, saying she'd escaped her kidnappers (yes, plural). She withdrew her statement later, saying she actually HAD NOT (surprise surprise) been kidnapped, but had ran off for a time, confused with life and its problems...

...SHUT UP!! What is WITH this recent trend of running away? Only a day or two after all of this, some girl did the SAME THING in Oklahoma, ran away and pretended to be kidnapped. Needless to say, the girls will most definitely be charged as strictly as can be: Filing a False Police Report. What? Isn't there something MORE that can be done to stop this? To stop these girls from wasting THOUSANDS of our taxpayers' dollars for a few hours of fame and attention? LIKE SPANKING THEIR BOTTOMS OR THE DEATH PENALTY OR SOMETHING???

*huff huff*....*huff huff* any rate, you'd think they'd learn from that one lady...the Run Away Bride with the horrendously buggy, bulging eyes. What was her name? Does History care?

I leave you with these thoughts, brave soul. May the Blessing of God go with you.


--The Blind Prophet

Thursday, March 16, 2006


FINALLY!!! The Hour of True Illumination has come! The Day of Rejoicing and Excitement has dawned upon myne upturned face! SPRING BREAK IS HERE!!! whoo, and just about time, too. I have at least three essays due that I should have turned in a week (or more) ago, I need to clean my room, I have to organize my papers and junk, commune with the Spirits of Old Ages Past Long Ago Ancient Times...

...We'll see how things go!

----Blind Prophet

Thursday, March 02, 2006


Hmmm, well, we didn't win our first intramural game the other night....but that's okay. Mainly we were just getting back into the groove of playing b-ball and gauging the strength of the other teamses.

On a side note, I'm particularly embarrassed about a shot I made. I wasn't exactly paying attention to where I was ( which is kinda dumb, yes.) and someone passed the ball to me. Immediately upon recieving the ball, I chucked it straight towards the goal...from halfway between the 3-pt line and half-court. Hmmmmmm needless to say, I missed. At least I hit the backboard.

At any rate, we have another game tonight and I hope we (and I) do better. That's all for now, I to ye later.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Intramural B-ball...

Hmmm...well, I have my first intramural basketball game tonight at (****). I never was much of a sports-type guy during high school. The only sport I've ever truly been good at was soccer, and I haven't played that for at least 8,000,000,000 years. I'm slightly apprehensive about it because I'll be playing with some good players from (****) when they were in high school. True, that means that our team will do alright in the tournament, but personally I'm not looking forward to it.

Not to rag on anyone, but...

...these days sports are more individual than ever. I'll play a game with someone for fun, and when I eventually (quite nimbly, heh heh) gently poke the basketball out of someone's hands, I'll grab the ball and pass it to someone else or hold it and let things slow down a bit. Any time I do that, my team-mates simply can't seem to understand why I wouldn't simply charge forth, make a fast break, and toss that little sucker in the hoop.

Reason #1: I'm a better defense player than I am an offense player.
Reason #2: I suck at lay-ups.
Reason #3: ahhh...this is the one that bites the cake...or something like that. I PLAY AS A TEAM MEMBER.

Maybe I'm just not into personal glory or achievement but for some reason my satisfaction in a game comes from helping my team-mates make goals; being where I need to be when a pass or a screen is needed; just generally adding what little skills I have to the "communal pool" of skills and working for the best outcome.

Perhaps I simply see things differently because I've never been a star player. I don't mind that, though, because from what I see these days, being a star player is what my father would have called being a ball-hog. WHERE'S THE TEAM SPIRIT??? Sure, it's nice to have people chant your name when you sling the ball from half-court as the time-buzzer thingy sounds and make a stunningly miraculous goal, but when you go for that goal EVERY TIME, or when you jeapordize your team's standing in the game to MAKE THOSE GOALS, it gets sad and ludicrous.

Also, it sucks to not be passed to because you're not the greatest player on earth (which I'm not.) That, however, I can live with. Foolish self-glory, I can't live with.

Alright, that's my shpeal for the day. Sorry for wearing out your ears. Pray that I have a good game tonight and that I don't go insane or get injured or anything. Ok. Bye.

Friday, February 24, 2006


Okay, I really have pretty much no clue as to what I'm doing, but I guess that's OK. This is my first entry into my Oratorium (on a side note, I see that I probably should have called this a....errr....solliloqium? Or....something...Since I'm doing all the talking). Yes, that's right. MINE. I am the Blind Prophet. Don't question it.

I never was very good with this online posting stuff, so bear with me if I happen to occasionally skip a week or eight. Oh well, I'm sure you'll eventually hear something interesting here. Maybe not. Not much more to say today than to WELCOME YOU.

Yup. okay.