I Use To Have This HUGE Crush On Mary Bell
There are always times. Dark times, lonely times, sad times, happy times. Times you want to scream. Times you don't. Times you want to make love.
Times you get SO aNgRy that you want to RUN to the kitchen, break the lock off the knife drawer, find the largest and sharpest one you can, and just STAB STAB STAB the fuck out of whomever your rage is at that TIME directed.
Luckily, those times are few and FAR apart.
Our friend Christy Homan is a wonderful person. I met her about four years ago when I went TOTALLY iNsAnE and got a j-o-b at the DQ in the mall. Christy was the assistant manager and asked me out. Lora and I were on a temporary separation at that time, but I didn't go out with Christy. We did, however, become friends.
Chisty is manager at DQ now. She's 5'8, 120 lbs, long blond hair, and looks somewhat model-like the way she carries herself. She's very intelligent and well spoken. An important part of the Lesbo Brigade, ta boot.
We all love Christy very, very much.
So when her car pulled up at the house Thursday afternoon and my LITTLE sister ran out, jumped in, and they took off together and stayed gone for the rest of the day, you can imagine my confusion at how much I HATED THAT BITCH, CHRISTY!
Instead of smashing the lock off the kitchen knife drawer, besides, they had already sped away so STABBING them wasn't an option at the mo, I went right across the street and told Lora what was going on.
She was surprised as me about my sister's LESBIAN WHOREDISM, but thought that we shouldn't get involved.
"We can't let her start fucking our friends, " I say, reminding Lora about HER belief that "friends don't fuck."
"But they're not HER friends," she reminds me.
"Yes, but living with us and hanging out with us they're BOUND to become HER friends, too, especially since she's in our lifestyle now don'tcha think?" I tell Lora hoping to convince her that we need to at least talk to my sister about her WHORISH behavior.
So she takes me by the hand, leads me into her office, grabs my shoulders and pushes me up against the wall. Then she starts kissing me and rubbing my breasts and pulling up my skirt and the next thing I know we're wall-fucking.
Lora does this to me because she THINKS that my obsession with LESBIAN SEX will make me forget what we're talking about at the time she initiates this. She thinks that her mouth against my pussy along with how sweet she tastes and that her shaven pussy has NEVER BEEN TOUCHED BY A MAN will just blow me away and I'll move on in a hap-hap-sappy way.
Tonight is gonna be a good night. We three are being homebodies and locking ourselves in the bedroom. Tv on, stereo on, books to read, Internet to surf, weed to smoke, incense to burn. A very mellow time.
Lora plans on reading. Emily will watch tv at the same time as listening to music, and I will of course be blogging. Hopefully this is what we doo for the entire weekend. I feel like hangin' wif muh grrlz since we haven't done so inna while.
The pool will be finished tomorrow, filled on Sunday, and hopefully be ready to use on Monday.
Davalyn Raye, great granddaughter to the late Etta Raye, twin to David Raye, (Their mother was a HUGE Van Halen fan in the eighties so she named them David Lee and Davalyn Leigh Raye.) will be coming back to Quincy soon word is. She'll be taking care of grandma Etta's stuff and living in the Raye House for the foreseeable future.
My best friend growing up, Catherine Montclair is also coming home. Not sure if she's staying but at least I'll get to see her again. She was my first and probably BESTEST late night MANIA partner.
More to come this weekend...
Just The Facts
Amy McClung is an award-winning independent filmmaker and student from the University of Kansas. She is also a member of the Independent Filmmaker's Coalition of Kansas City, Missouri, and founder of Blue Wave productions. She made her directorial debut in 2006 with the independent feature drama, "Change of Life," produced by Agent Provocateur Films.
Amy has also produced numerous commercials, music videos and public service announcements for local government television as well as directing, producing, shooting and editing various freelance projects for bands and corporate businesses.
BLUE WAVE PRODUCTIONS is a freelance video production company specializing in music video/commercial production. Going strong since 2002,Blue Wave provides high-quality services for bands and businesses interested in gaining more exposure for their music, and/or expanding their customer base.
In Her Words
Amy was nice enough to answer some questions I posed her. This VERY talented woman has an amazing gift and is really just getting started. I feel very privledged that she took time out for this and after talking to her I really like Amy McClung THE PERSON very much.
Girlfriend! With a lesbian twist
By Amy and Avril
Sara asks; What made you want to get into film?
Amy responds; I've always been fascinated by movies. It's amazing to me how you can evoke so many different emotions in people through an artform. A visual medium like film taps into all of your senses and has the power to change people, inspire them, empower them, scare the living shit out of them, whatever the case may be. :-p I love that. It makes me feel superhuman sometimes.
Best commercial EVA!
Sara asks; What's your favorite project so far?
Amy responds; Hmmm, all of my projects are like my babies- as lame as that sounds. I love them all for different reasons. If I had to pick one video to watch over and over again though, it would probably be the latest one I just shot [Avril Spoof]. My second favorite would be the Breath of Fresh Air commercial, just because my friend Alexis is really hot and I love watching her push me into fake glass.
Sara asks; What's your dream project?
Amy responds; My dream project would be a music video for a really well-known band...ANY really popular, kick ass band. I wanna see my work on VH-1 or MTV someday, with my name in the bottom left hand corner. That would be sweet.
Breath of Fresh Air
Sara asks; Are you currently working on anything?
Amy responds; I'm in the pre-production stage on a few different projects right now. I'll be flying out to North Carolina beginning of August for a music video gig. And I may be putting together some promotional ads for an international tourism company as well. It's been a pretty relaxed summer so far, but that's about to change very soon...
Sara asks; What are your plans for the future?
Amy responds; Career-wise, I'd like to start my own music video production business. I plan to get Blue Wave incorporated sometime later this year, and my goal by the time I graduate college in 2 years is to be 100% self-employed and financially independent, doing what I love.
My big thing is that I never EVER want to have to kiss ass to get ahead in my field. I want my work to speak for itself, and I believe the respect will follow- even though the film industry is largely dominated by men, I think that works to my advantage. At first glance, I seem very sweet and unassuming. People don't find me to be a threat at all to their success, and I wouldn't have it any other way. ;-)
Sara asks the obligatory LESBIAN question; How did you come out?
Amy responds; I came out to my parents at 3:30 in the morning by telephone (back in 04.) My girlfriend had just dumped me and I didn't have anyone to confide in about it. I was out of my mind, but I didn't feel I had any other options at that point. My mom thought I had been raped by how hysterical I sounded, and me telling her that 'I like girls' was actually a relief to hear. When I look back on my life so far, my 'best day' was the day I came out.
And I'm so grateful for dating a heartless bitch because had it not been for my temporary lack of sanity, I may have never picked up the phone that night. I also completely underestimated the love of my family. My dad is a colonel in the US Army. I was NOT expecting him to be okay with it, and he was.
Sara asks obligatory Horror question; Munsters or Addams Family?
Amy responds; Addams Family. Christina Ricci was my childhood crush. :-D (Sara says; WOOHOO! Me, too!)
Sara asks; Anything final thoughts?
Amy responds; Yes. Sara is my new favorite person for putting all of this together. And for having the same childhood crush as me.
**You can check out more of Amy's videos at the links listed below***
Change of Life
Shot in the "bible belt" (Kansas City), tells the story of Gary Cattell, a nationally-syndicated, conservative talk show host and bigoted minister. When his estranged, lesbian daughter commits suicide on the air, Gary asks God to show him what he did wrong. The next morning, Gary awakens to find that God has answered his prayer. Time has rewound itself two weeks and his daughter is still alive. But redemption comes at a price. Gary finds his soul now inhabits the body of his daughter's best friend -- a gay man - and is forced to experience, firsthand, the prejudice and bigotry meted out by his followers.
Watch the VERY emotional trailer!
For more scenes and information about the movie, Change of Life, including a video interview with Amy McClung where she comments about Fred Phelps of the Westboro Baptist Church (God Hates Fags.), visit,
Blue Wave Productions In The Media
CHANGE OF LIFE PRESS RELEASE
LAWRENCE JOURNAL [5.25.07] http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2007/may/25/ku_filmmaker_just_misses_being_invited_lot/
LEAVENWORTH LAMP [5.31.07]
LEAVENWORTH TIMES [6.27.07]
Lawrence.com [May 25, 2007]
Amy McClung CEO Blue Wave Productions
Bush Government to Poor Voters: We Don't Want You to Vote
The Justice Department is pressuring 10 states to purge their voter rolls, while states are ignoring laws to help low-income Americans register to vote.
State welfare offices across the country are not offering millions of low-income Americans the opportunity to register to vote when applying for public assistance despite a federal law requiring them to do so, according to an analysis of a recent federal voting registration report and experts who say the Department of Justice and states are to blame.
More here, http://www.alternet.org/story/56957/
Top Ten Things You Say When You're Too Stupid To Know Better
1) “I AM the federal government.” -Tom DeLay, to the owner of Ruth’s Chris Steak House, after being told to put out his cigar because of federal government regulations banning smoking in the building, May 14, 2003
2) “So many minority youths had volunteered Kthat there was literally no room for patriotic folks like myself.” –Tom DeLay, explaining at the 1988 GOP convention why he and vice presidential nominee Dan Quayle did not fight in the Vietnam War
3) “Now tell me the truth boys, is this kind of fun?” -Tom Delay, to three young hurricane evacuees from New Orleans at the Astrodome in Houston, Sept. 9, 2005
4) “We’re no longer a superpower. We’re a super-duper power.” -Tom DeLay, explaining why America must topple Saddam Hussein in 2002 interview with Fox News
5) “Nothing is more important in the face of a war than cutting taxes.” -Tom DeLay, March 12, 2003
6) “Guns have little or nothing to do with juvenile violence. The causes of youth violence are working parents who put their kids into daycare, the teaching of evolution in the schools, and working mothers who take birth control pills.” -Tom DeLay, on causes of the Columbine High School massacre, 1999
7) “A woman can take care of the family. It takes a man to provide structure. To provide stability. Not that a woman can’t provide stability, I’m not saying that… It does take a father, though.” -Tom DeLay, in a radio interview, Feb. 10, 2004
8) “I don’t believe there is a separation of church and state. I think the Constitution is very clear. The only separation is that there will not be a government church.” -Tom DeLay
9) “Emotional appeals about working families trying to get by on $4.25 an hour [the minimum wage in 1996] are hard to resist. Fortunately, such families do not exist.” -Tom DeLay, during a debate in Congress on increasing the minimum wage, April 23, 1996
10) “I am not a federal employee. I am a constitutional officer. My job is the Constitution of the United States, I am not a government employee. I am in the Constitution.” -Tom DeLay, in a CNN interview, Dec. 19, 1995
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