Frostey's Mind Unplugged

Thursday, March 31, 2005

Moap Soap Flash.

Hello again. I had the stomach flu yesterday! I hate that! I said the night before last night, "Augh... it's not worth living now." Of couse, I didn't really think that.
Anyway, I noticed that every time I have a dream, I do the opposite of what I would do in real life! This includes:

  • Being in a wresling match with this guy that first is Osama Bin Laden, then turns into Mr. T., then turns into some black kid.
  • Eating a giant Chicken Salad
  • Taking my clothes off in public

Anyway, I made this cartoon that is a fake soap commercial. At the end, I accidentally made him look all scratched rather then rashed. I will edit the look once I get home so he won't look as scratched rather then rashed. Here's the link. If that doesn't work, click here.

Comment if you think the Cartoon is disturbing or not!

-Eben "Frostey"

Friday, March 25, 2005


When I was walking back from the bagel place, the cars that were parked in the neighborhood mostly look so bloody new, that they looked like I was in some kind of auto mall.
For some reason, the people who thought of the commonly used phrase in car adverts, "We Re-Invented the Car," were right; so many bloody people already have some stupid-looking shiney Sports Utility Veachle that is supposed to be fashonable compared to the Mini-Vans just because it burns 19,993,928.899348 kilo-liters gas in one second.
Anyway, back to the new cars. Whenever I saw an old car, it almost thought it was a used car; other wise, all the cars were shiney Buicks. In fact, I saw some new-looking cars without lisence plates...3 of them; only one of the drivers I shouted to; I yelled, "Hey, there! Don't you realize that you're probobly going to get arrested?!" However, I shouldn't have done that.

Anyway, I found this Flash movie by James Kennison called, "Jojo The Christain Clown". I thought it was really funny! It was stereo-typing Chirstians (By the way, some stereo-typing I don't long as it is fictional)! Here's the link: here!

-Eben "Frostey"

On Reproducing... at this Time.

(In Australian Accent) Whoop! Hallo! Noice tow saye yoo-oouw! How 'ya dowi'n then, Bruce........? (Usual Voice) Never mind, I guess I should stop acting this way, then. I think I should stop stereo-typing Austalians.

Anyway, when I was at the Bagel Place very close to my house, I read a news artcicle in the New York Times about not having alot of children in town.
In the arcticle, the writer wrote, "The problem is that the average American* mother doesn't produce enough children-per-year;" when I read that, I immedietly was mad at the writer for saying that and stopped reading the arcticle. I mean, I am not against reproducing,
but in my opinion, it's very silly to reproduce while there is an over population and more than 100,000 (uncounted) children are yet to be adopted.

-Eben "Frostey"

*Well, people from the United States of America; I didn't want to offend people from the America continents that wern't from the United States of America.

Monday, March 21, 2005

Yay! It's April...sort of.

Hallo again! I had this trip in Manhattan with my family the other day at New York and we saw this comedy club called, "Ha!"
Anyway, whenever I see a shirt that says, "Kiss me; I'm Irish," I don't like it, even if I am not all that excited about U.S. of American patriotism. I'm 25% percent Irish and 25% Norwegian, but I don't go around wearing a shirt saying, "Kiss me! I'm 25% Norwegian," do I? No, I don't. I am not excited about any patriotism, really.

Thursday, March 17, 2005

100 US$ and Hours

When I thought of it, 100 dollars and an hour is similar. They can both be alot when you're a child, but be alot when you're an adult.
Also, I noticed that lowercase Q, P, B, and D are similar.
So, did know that last St. Patrick's Day, I had bad luck? Incredible. I mean, really! I actually had bad luck on last St. Patrick's!
Sorry how the post lacked so much. See you.
-Eben "Frostey"

Wednesday, March 16, 2005


Guess what? I got this blog back! Horray!
Anyway, I am starting to dislike lunch, for some reason. Lunch just feels like somthing I don't need to do... but it is! These days now, I'm getting very concerned about not having a balanced diet, really.
So, while this blog was not existing, I owned another blog. (Link)
Anyway, I'm sorry to say, but I have to leave!
-Eben "Frostey"