Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Tuesday Morning Random Ramblings

Did anyone catch the documentary film about Heidi Fleiss on HBO last night?

My goodness, but that girl is one hot mess these days.

Seems that the former Hollywood Madam moved to a little town in Nevada with the hopes of opening up a bordello that would cater to rich women. She was going to call it, "The Stud Farm", and fill the place with hunky guys who would cater to desperate housewives and wealthy socialites. Unfortunately, her plans never get off the ground due to a variety of reasons, and Fleiss ends up taking in exotic birds as a hobby, and running a laundry mat as a business.

Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal reveals that it's subject is probably her own worst enemy. I could not figure her out. On the one hand she appears to be an astute, intelligent business woman, and on the other she comes off like a burnt out shell of her former self with some possible mental health issues.

Be that as it may, I highly recommend this great piece of documentary film making by Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato , the filmmakers who gave the world, The Eyes of Tammy Faye.

***
Thanks to a generous birthday gift from the folks, I might be doing some computer shopping later on this week.

We have two PC's here at the villa, as well as a laptop. However both of the desktops have seen better days. I have both of them sharing internet service, a keyboard and monitor as well as an extra hard drive.

Some days you can actually here these machines moan when you first fire them up in the morning.

The only fly in the ointment is that I detest going to Best Buy and those other computer/electronic warehouse stores. They are the worst.

***
And finally, have you heard about right-wing-neo-Nazi radio host, Michael Savage's latest stunt? It seems that the overpaid piece of shit recently stated on his show this following piece of wisdom concerning children with the developmental disability, Autism: "In 99 percent of the cases, it's a brat who hasn't been told to cut the act out..."

I just love when people rant about things that they have no clue about.

Yes, I could go on and on about Autism, I have a case-load in which about 40 percent of the clients on it fall into the Autistic spectrum. Try telling the families of these children that all they have to do is say to junior, "Cut the act out!"

Savage should shut his big mouth and go work for an hour with a group of Autistic children, maybe then he'll see the reality of the situation ... oh wait, what am I saying? Right wing talking heads never need experience, they are fonts of wisdom who know better than you and I about everything.

No comments: