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Monday, February 23, 2009

Oh Snap, I have a Facebook. Do you?


Currently: Freezing my arms off and Kinda thirsty?




I bet quite a few people have heard of the website Facebook. It's like Myspace but not as worse or so I believe. I think its not that bad especially for keeping in contact with family. That's what I do with so far all my dad's side of the family. Or the ones that actually have Facebook anyways.
The site itself when you first sign up is a bit confusing at first but as you proceed it becomes non confusing? Basically some of the features are adding pictures and different albums, videos, and making notes. Also you can write on other peoples so called wall where they can reply back. There's extra features like you can have your own fish tank and garden and hit people with pillows which my family loves to do. My aunts and uncles right now are all pillow masters unlike me who is pretty much a pillow noob.

Well anyways, if you don't see me post on the blog for some time then that might mean I've been preoccupied with Facebook. Sorries. Try joining up yourself and if you would like to be friends tell me. ;D Gotta love making new friends.

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Sunday, February 8, 2009

Somebody's Watching Me On Those Geico Commercials




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Was watching one of those Geico commercials on TV not too long ago and every time I heard the commercial I want to listen to this song very much. One day I decided to finally get off my lazy ass and look it up on Youtube. Everyone knows that practically anything is on Youtube so I felt confident I would find it and I did. It's been a while since I've heard the entire song but it made me please and satisfied that I got to listen to the entire song instead of just part of it from the Geico commercials. 
By the way, that stack of money in those commercials with the large eyes is just weird. I agree with the announcer dude how he's looking into your soul. Beware....



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Somebody's Watching Me by Rockwell



Who's watching
Tell me, who's watching
Who's watching me

I'm just an average man
With an average life
I work from nine to five
Hey, hell, I pay the price
All I want is to be left alone
In my average home
But why do I always feel
Like I'm in the twilight zone

And (I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
And I have no privacy
Whooooa-oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Tell me, is it just a dream

When I come home at night
I bolt the door real tight
People call me on the phone
I'm trying to avoid
But can the people on TV see me
Or am I just paranoid

When I'm in the shower
I'm afraid to wash my hair
'Cause I might open my eyes
And find someone standing there
People say I'm crazy
Just a little touched
But maybe showers remind me
Of Psycho too much
That's why

(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
And I have no privacy
Whooooa, oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Who's playin' tricks on me

[Instrumental Interlude]

(Who's watching me)
I don't know anymore
Are the neighbors watching me
(Who's watching)
Well, is the mailman watching me
(Tell me, who's watching)
And I don't feel safe anymore
Oh, what a mess
I wonder who's watching me now
(Who)
The IRS

(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
And I have no privacy
Whooooa, oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Tell me, is it just a dream

(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
And I have no privacy
Whooooa, oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Who's playin' tricks on me
(Who's watching me)
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Oooooooh
Whooooa-oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
So ? who can it be
(Who's watching me)
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Whooooa-oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Who's playing tricks on me
(Who's watching me)
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Can I have my privacy
Whooooa-oh-oh
(I always feel like)
(Somebody's watching me)
Who's playing tricks on me

Monday, February 2, 2009