120 Taxin' On Me 05MAY2011

“Taxin’ On Me”

What’s the deal with celebrity baby names anyway? There’s such a thing as unique, but there is also such a thing as ridiculous.

“Natural Gas”

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Hahah farts. Supposedly the buses in LA run on natural gas. Hahahah farts. Also, last night on the Cleveland Show he farted himself to the top. Hahaha farts.

Okay, back to work.

“Bologna’s First Name”

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So, I’m a little late to the party as far as Oscars conversations go. Am, I not right though? Only a week after the broadcast/awards show there is zero buzz. Sure, I’m guilty of adding a couple of the films to my Netflix queue, but it’s pretty low effort and I’m not exactly excited to see them. I’d rather watch Bitch Slap or Farscape. They’re in there nonetheless and I’ll watch them and decide for myself if the Academy was right for last year. However, I’m sure all you hipster filmmakers out there have had this fantasy at least once.

“Crazy Bus”

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Last week was pretty rainy. So I bummed rides from my coworker and it totally spoiled my bus riding rhythm. Sorta forgot how much extra effort I need to put in to stay on schedule. Oh well.

“People Person”

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So, it’s pretty certain that I won’t be repairing my car any time soon. Apparently the other party spent more than my coverage on their repairs and now I have to pay out of pocket. Jerks. This really makes me one of the people.
I suddenly noticed yesterday as I was riding the subway, that a zillion people were getting on and off at each stop. Wow. Maybe it’s because I travel during rush hour, but Inna and I noticed the same thing around midnight last Saturday. GOOOOOO METRO!
Also, sorry about the lame Avatar joke in the comic. I still don’t see the reasoning behind calling the natives of the planet “The People.” People are giving Jimmy a lot of credit for his imagination…but really, “The People?” I probably would’ve settled for “Earth People” or “Forest People.”

“Relativistic Mass…Transit”

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I’m well into the third month of taking public transit everywhere, but unlike the comic, I don’t miss driving. Don’t get me wrong. I thoroughly enjoy the convenience my automobile provides, but like the comic, I feel free from the slavery of the industry.
Once I get my car fixed, I might continue with transit. I can’t wait to be that old lady who only drives to church and the grocery.