A Little Something

A lot of people have been asking me where the heck my posts are. They aren’t coming as regularly as they were, and whenever I do write it’s mostly been about my hockey game. There are a few reasons for that: 

  • 1) I’ve been incredibly busy searching for a full-time job in my field after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Production & Programming from Point Park University last May. When I’m not searching for a job (which is a full-time job in itself), I work part-time.
  • 2) Most importantly, I have to be in the right mood and have the right mindset to put together a nice entry. No, I don’t mean I need to go psycho in order to write something. I just mean that I have to have enough on my mind to write about. Lately, with the relative calm of being out of school and working only part-time, there hasn’t been a ton of other stuff to write about other than the huge hockey game, which finally made it to YouTube! Search: Sully’s Totally-Not-Winter Classic. The game debuts on Bethel Park Television Friday, July 26 at 4:00pm with an encore presentation at 8:00pm. Channel 32 for Verizon and channel 7 for Comcast.
  • 3) I have two computers in my home and one laptop. One of my computers isn’t working right now, and when it does work, WordPress (this blogging service) skips constantly and makes it very difficult to write two words, let alone a full entry. My other computer and my laptop don’t have updated browsers (my fault) which makes it impossible to even pull up WordPress. Therefore, I currently have to go to the local library to write this stuff. Matter or fact, that’s where I am right now.
  • And 4) believe it or not, I’m not making a dime off this website. Hopefully one day soon I can make a profit off of my work somehow, but for right now, I’m doing this for free because I love to write and share my thoughts with all of my dedicated readers. Someday, if and when I do get paid for this, there will be a lot more content on here. I feel you all, or most of you at least, enjoy reading what I write and I want to continue to provide you folks with content. I thank each and every one of you for subscribing to my site and checking out my finished products. It means the world.

This is a very important period in my life and I need to focus on what’s most important, finding a full-time job in broadcasting that I love and getting the hell out of my house to live on my own. Both of those tasks are huge and require a lot of time and patience. I don’t want to just take a job somewhere just to say I have a job and bring home a paycheck. I want a job that I look forward to going to every day, and make damn good money at it. It shouldn’t feel like work. As soon as it feels like work, that’s when you’re in trouble. The part-time job I have now (I don’t want to say what it is…privacy, folks…don’t worry, nothing illegal!) doesn’t feel like work and I make nice money doing it. I want that…but I want it in my field after spending 5 years obtaining a degree.

More than anything, I think, I like to write. So maybe something having to do with script writing? Working for a newspaper? Sounds good to me. They say print is dying, and while that may be true, there’s a whole lot of stuff online that is there because of writers. I know for a fact I could contribute a lot to wherever and whoever hires me, whether it be in radio, TV, print, or all of the above. Until then, I’m gunna chill out, take my time, spend time with the special people in my life, and keep searching.

In the meantime, if anyone reading this likes what they see and has anything to offer me, I’m all ears.

 

Jodi Arias: Twitter Twat?

I was somewhat surprised to learn the other day that accused murderer Jodi Arias has her own Twitter account. Arias is accused of killing her boyfriend Travis Alexander. Alexander was stabbed over 25 times, his throat was sliced ear-to-ear, and he was shot in the head. His naked, bloated body was found decomposing in the shower. What a scene. What a woman.

What an animal.

The prosecution is aiming for the death penalty in this trial, but I’m not so sure she’ll get it. It’s just a gut feeling. I’d say life in prison without parole if she’s found guilty. This trial has just gone on far too long and back ‘n forth so many times between experts that I think the jury has the potential to be a bit confused on top of their mental (and even physical) exhaustion.

Although, the questions from the jury presented to Arias during her time on the stand didn’t make it seem like they were too sympathetic towards her. The question that stands out in my mind from the jury is something to the effect of “If you’ve lied all this time, why should we believe you now?” Beautiful stuff right there.

What’s better is that Arias didn’t even have an answer for it. Sure, if you wanna call her answer a legitimate answer. It was the usual run-around bullcrap coming from a killer on the stand that really has no defense. I don’t say “alleged” killer because Jodi already admitted that she killed Travis back in June 2008. But that’s neither here nor there. I wanted to let you folks that are following the trial know that Jodi Arias has her own Twitter account.

Yeah, that’s right. This girl:

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Supposedly Arias talks to a friend of hers, Donavan Bering, over the phone and tells Bering what to write on Arias’ Twitter account. Bering puts Arias’ words on Twitter, and over 32,000 people read them or at least see them. Wow, I only have 34 Followers. Lucky you, Jodi!

Now, I’m not trying to give Jodi any publicity, BUT since she’s a high-profile murderess, and since I find the criminally insane mind very interesting, I will anyways. You can find THE Jodi Arias on Twitter @Jodiannarias . I’m looking at her Twitter page as I’m writing this. So far, she’s put out 23 Tweets (with Donavan’s help), she follows 16 accounts, and she has 32, 645 followers. That’s only 32,611 more than me!

I’m a guy that’s busted his ass in school and worked since I was 16 to make something of myself (and maybe one day reach the national level of syndication whether it be in broadcasting or print…or blogging!) and here you have this low-life reaching national fame! Or should I say infamy. Jodi Arias is more of a celebrity than me!

Something’s not right here…

We make the wrong people famous. Even if they’re (in)famous for the wrong reasons, the bottom line is that 32, 645 people want to hear what Jodi Arias, murderer, has to say. Only 1,474 people (this website plus my Twitter account) want to hear what I have to say. I must say I’m a bit jealous. A bit jealous of a murderer.

Besides the fact that the REAL Jodi Arias has her own Twitter account, what’s even better is the appearance of her friend Donavan Bering. When I first heard this name, I thought it was a guy. Think former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb. I actually think, though, that Donovan McNabb may be better looking than Donavan Bering, a woman. Yes, I just said that. #NoHomo

Here’s why I say that:

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The one on the right? Blue shirt? Bald? Yeah that’s Donavan Bering. (S)he makes Donovan McNabb look like Kim K. Well, maybe not that drastic, but you get the picture. Could you imagine sleeping with Donavan Bering? I’m pretty sure if you’re a guy she wouldn’t be interested in sleeping with you, though. I wonder if her and Jodi Arias are or were more than friends.

If Arias does indeed get sentenced to at least life in prison, maybe Bering can bust in with a strap-on and really teach Jodi a thing or two. It would be decent payback for Tweeting for Jodi all that time. I’d want something in return if I were sending out Tweets for her. A good blowjob would be nice, but I’d be afraid she’d stab me, slit my throat, and shoot me in the head afterward.

When I first looked at Donavan Bering, I honestly could not tell if it was a man or a woman. I actually had to go to Google and do research. Hardcore research. All to find out if some person that Tweets for a murderer is a man or a woman. Donavan, you owe me 2 minutes of my life back. It’s alright. Just get in contact with me @SullySocial17 and we can arrange for you to think of some good Tweets for me.

I have too much time on my hands.