“Down With Disease” (09-14-99)
“The Sloth” (12-31-95)
Thanks to prinado for the uploads!
I noticed you from across the way, and i think me and you should get to talkin. so if your not doing anything tonight, maybe you can come to my place. baby girl, you know how much money i got? oprah does my laundry. michael jordan cuts my grass. you know how frivolous i am? i drive my hummer to the end of my driveway just to get the mail, and thats all i use it for. i got 6 stock brokers, 14 doctors, 2 lawyers, 17 accountants, and 8 other lawyers to watch the first 2 lawyers. and i got custom made condoms that’s made of other peoples dicks. and shit, when i’m too tired to get my socks blown, i hire someone else to fuck for me. you know how rich i am? you know how much credit i got? i threw away all my platinum cards and i got a uranium card. bitch. i drive a rolls royce pickup truck. i got the penthouse with the helicopter pad on the roof and snipers in the other building to make sure no one steals my helicopter. donald trump delivers my newspaper in the morning and i dont even tip him.
Kah Ra Shin (also known as “yelling” or “violence”), is the art of gaining inner peace through outward destruction.
Most of us, at one time or another, have experienced anger in its primal form.
Perhaps you were insulted or attacked – or like me, you’ve just gazed upon Matthew McConaughey, who is a living juxtaposition to all that is good and beautiful in this world.
Maybe you were watching “Failure to Launch” and realized that this artless, base-court, canker-blossom of an actor is single handedly destroying your faith in humanity with his shirtless idiocy.
Or perhaps yo’ve just seen “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days” and have an irrepressible desire to merge Kate Hudson and Dipshit McConaughey into a single witless form so it only takes one bullet to kill them both.
Or maybe you just got issues.
Whatever the case may be, peace can be achieved through a bit of disciprine and 8 simple lessons (one of which is not actually a lesson).
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