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[29 May 2009 | 9 Comments | ]

After four and a half years of being off the charts, Eminem (or I should say Slim Shady) returns with his long-awaited “Relapse” album. I’ve been a fan of Shady’s for a long time, but as years went by his tracks became less and less D12-like and more and more Mr.Niceguy-like. I like his old tracks like “Still Don’t Give a Fuck” and “Amityville”, so when this new CD came out I was a bit sceptical that it would be like the Encore instead of his old and nasty stuff. I ended up going out and actually buying the CD on the day it came out, something I very rarely do. Now in order to give this CD justice I want to take you through a song-by-song review.

1-2. “Dr. West” and “3 a.m”

The Dr. West skit is one of the greatest skits I’ve ever heard. It’s disturbing and funny at once. It very nicely puts that dark and sociopathic vibe into the air which will be heavely fuelled in the songs to come. Then the track “3 a.m” comes on and the lyrics and beats make you actually feel like you’re watching some horror flick. If you’ve seen the music video then hearing the song blaring through your headphones really bring those images back into your mind. I gotta be honest it’s a very disturbing song. It’s also very much like his oldschool rhymes. Read the rest of this entry »

Miscellaneous »

[29 May 2009 | 6 Comments | ]

I know that traditionally a lot of families and individuals brought-up with close ties to their families believe that in a marriage, the groom should be older than the bride. I was never a voice to advocate such ideals since I myself have had relationships with older women and I some of the best times of my life were during those relationships. I know that times are changing and many men seek happiness in older women, and many older women seek satisfaction in younger men. I noticed that times are changing, yet I wanted to know if the public mindset was changing as well. So here are a couple of poll questions. One intended for males to answer and the other for females to answer. Please don’t vote in both polls so I can have an accurate tally. Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[28 May 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

My exam schedule is so hectic. My car’s transmission has been giving me extreme troubles. I don’t have the patience to keep a relationship going. Have you been having these type of thoughts more and more lately? I sure as hell have been. And what I’ve learnt over the past few weeks is that the problems weren’t the fact that my exam schedule was hectic or that my current car runs like a shit box, the real problems were in me. I came to that conclusion because even after finishing all of my exams or fixing the problem with my car’s transmission, that constant anxious/edgy feeling was still there. It felt like it even evolved into something worse.  Thankfully I’m going on vacation for a week so that troubling edge will hopefully subside a little, but I think it’s more in the thought that “Oh, I’m going on vacation so it is only natural that it relieves my stress” even though I know the real cause is in the mind frame. The ways I find best to relieve stress and lead a life that is carefree, stressfree, and troublefree is to follow a wise little philosophy developed by the fascinating meerkat and warthog duo who introduced the world to “Hakuna Matata”. Now it’s key to take that troublefree philosophy and expand on it. Read the rest of this entry »

Miscellaneous »

[25 May 2009 | 3 Comments | ]

He has been known to cure narcolepsy, just by walking into the room. His organ donation card, also lists his beard. He’s a lover, not a fighter, but he’s also a fighter, so don’t get any ideas. When it is raining, it is because he is sad. Even his parents’ advice are insightful. If there were an interesting gland, his would be larger than most men’s entire lower intestines. His shirts never wrinkle. He is left-handed. And right-handed.Even if he forgets to put postage on his mail, it gets there. He once knew a call was a wrong number, even though the person on the other end wouldn’t admit it. You can see his charisma from space. The police often question him, just because they find him interesting. He once punched a magician. That’s right. You heard me. When he orders a salad, he gets the dressing right there on top of the salad, where it belongs…where there is no turning back.If a monument was built in his honor, Mt. Rushmore would close, due to poor attendance. His beard alone has experienced more than a lesser man’s entire body. His blood smells like cologne. On every continent in the world, there is a sandwich named after him. He doesn’t believe in using oven mitts, nor potholders. His cereal never gets soggy. It sits there, staying crispy, just for him. His pillow talk is years ahead of it’s time. Read the rest of this entry »

General Advice »

[21 May 2009 | 4 Comments | ]

For the past 2 years I have been attracted to a male.  He is of Syrian background.  We also work together.  I also clean his condo, sort out his mail and all his financial stuff was lying around.  I really fell in love with him.  He takes me out to dinner on a regular basis.  He asked me in December if i would come to Ottawa with him for a few days.  i couldn’t get the time off work.  He told me he would take me to Syria.  I thought he felt the same way about me.  I started cooking for him everyday and we shared it as it is easier to cook for 2 than it is for 1  He is very appreciative of this.  In November he told me he loved me and i told him he didn’t and he said oh yes i do.  His parents had a syrian girl waiting for him when he was going back home in January.  In the meantime he told me that he met a woman in  Calgary from Iraq.  It broke my heart.  That didn’t last long. I had also asked him what do his parents look for when they search for a woman.He said they look at her upbringing and how she was raised.  I said oh I wouldn’t be a candidate as my parents were alcoholics and a tear fell down my cheek he reached across the table and pinched my cheek and said don’t ever say that. Read the rest of this entry »

Relationship Tips »

[19 May 2009 | 4 Comments | ]

Hi! This is a messed up question derived from the weirdest relationship I’ve ever been in… not sure what to make of it.  He’s younger by 7 years…he’s 33. Doesn’t want strings, doesn’t want me to get too attached. I’m fine with that. Seems extremely caring when we’re together, but always has something else to do if I text him. Says he can’t give me what I “probably” want – never said I wanted anything. He knows I’m in it for the sex – he says that’s not what it’s all about to him. Almost like he talks out of both sides of his mouth. He uses the term “making love” as opposed to what it really is – he loves the sex, always commenting on it. We have a great time when we’re out – once it’s over though, he’s different… until we meet up again. He hugs me hello… offers to carry me if I get to drunk, says things
like I’ll be your husband tonight…. I don’t get it, is he afraid or – I don’t know, what’s up? He’s like a jerk and a good guy. What does he want from me?

-Elizabeth

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Dating »

[13 May 2009 | 8 Comments | ]

Robby, how are you? I have a question about why guys think it’s alright to cheat on women but when women do it, they’re condemned for life by their partner? I need a guy’s point of view on this, I bet a lot of women want to know the answer to this one too. Thanks.

-Alice

To answer your first question, I’m doing well, thanks. To answer the second one, well I’m sure there are a lot of men who don’t think it’s alright to cheat on their woman, but you’re right about how the majority of men don’t find anything too wrong about cheating but when the woman does it, she’s condemned for her actions. I think that the reasons behind this is hidden in the motives behind ‘Why’ men or women cheat. Read the rest of this entry »