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Friday, January 02, 2004

I bought the movie Bulletproof Monk the other day. It's not that good. I always thought it looked really cool, but it isn't. It's ok, but not that great really. Chow Yun Fat is cool, especially in Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon which is one of my favorite movies.

I've got really bad allergies today. I've had them ever since I went over to Daniel's the other night, but today they are really bad. My sinuses feel like they are going to explode, and my throat and eyes itch.

I'm off tomorrow. I don't know what I'm going to do tomorrow, probably just sit around the house. I've been bored a lot lately. Actually, I know what I need to do tomorrow I guess. I need to start exercising again. I'll probably go walking tomorrow.

Check this shit out, doesn't this just make you want to kill someone?

Robertson's Divine Intervention on Bush
By SONJA BARISIC, AP

NORFOLK, Va. (Jan. 2) - Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson said Friday he believes God has told him President Bush will be re-elected in a "blowout" in November.

"I think George Bush is going to win in a walk," Robertson said on his "700 Club" program on the Virginia Beach-based Christian Broadcasting Network, which he founded. "I really believe I'm hearing from the Lord it's going to be like a blowout election in 2004. It's shaping up that way."

Robertson told viewers he spent several days in prayer at the end of 2003.

"The Lord has just blessed him," Robertson said of Bush. "I mean, he could make terrible mistakes and comes out of it. It doesn't make any difference what he does, good or bad, God picks him up because he's a man of prayer and God's blessing him."

The Rev. Barry W. Lynn, a frequent Robertson critic and executive director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State, said he had a prediction of his own: "Pat Robertson in 2004 will continue to use his multimillion broadcasting empire to promote George Bush and other Republican candidates."

In a reference to Bush's political adviser, Lynn said, "Maybe Pat got a message from Karl Rove and thought it was from God."