Another year down, still no illegitemate children. BEATING THE ODDS!!!

Hello, everyone. Here we are at the end of 2005 and I’m still as stereotypist and racist as ever. People have simply come to accept the fact that I’m a hater. That’s right. Deal with it. Aww yeah. Now for something completely different.

Wow. The end of another year already. Madness. Utter madness.

I guess this year has seen a lot of events come to pass—travelling abroad; becoming more distant with some people and closer with others; changing jobs for the first time in YEARS; becoming more bored and unmotivated with things (which I know, yes, is DEFINITELY a BAD thing)… yeah, you know, it’s been a crazy busy year in some ways, and a total flop in others.

But the changes that have gone down throughout the year and the state of mind that I’m in right now give me some hope for the future to come.

I know my girl Jas will back me up on this—the tabbing feature on FireFox is the shiznit. It makes everything I do a thousand times easier than IE ever would. But I’ve known this for a good while, anyway.


  • I remember back in the day when Life Savers used to package their Holiday Storybooks with an actual book to read. I love how years of cutting costs and remaining competitive have cheapened so many different products and ideas in this world. Maybe I can find the fire within me and bring some magic back in entertainment and consumerism.
  • This is probably one of the best reads I’ve had all year. Seriously.
  • What have we learned from this year? That I’ve exhausted myself quite a bit. With that said, I wouldn’t expect to see me online nearly as much in the year coming. I’m just so drained. Sure, you can text me to come on and chat here and there (if you need my number, feel free to email me), but I’m thinking that 2006 will be the Year of the Reset. Try and get myself back up and running.

So tired, but I’ve got my fingers crossed.

Happy New Year kiddos.

–case p.

By Casey E. Palmer

Calling the Great White North his home, Casey‘s spent the last few decades in pursuit of creating killer content. From novels as a kid, comics as a teen, to blogs and photos once he could grow a beard, he’ll use whatever’s around him to create amazing stuff.

When he’s not creating, he’s parenting, exploring and trying to make life as awesome as possible for everyone around him.

Because a boring life’s not a life worth living!

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