2004-11-09 - 11:49 p.m.
Saw/Season 6/Krispy Kreme
I saw (er, no pun intended) that tonight. It was really cool. I'd like to see it again, actually. It had a very similar feel to Identity, that psychological horror, mystery sort of thing, and I'll tell you something else, anyone who's thinking of suicide should definitely see this film. If it doesn't cure them of their morbid aspirations, nothing will.
I'm watching season six of SG-1 one right now, and I must say it's rather stressful. Daniel is only in a very few episodes in this season, of course, and none of them come around until halfway through the second disc. This doesn't seem that bad, I know, but when you consider that it's me, not able to see Daniel for like six episodes, you can see how I could begin to get a bit desperate.
Right. What the heck is up with this Krispy Kreme craze? Even poor Jack has been caught up in the frenzy. How does a mediocre doughnut company with a stupid, grammatically incorrect name, develop such a tremendous following? Easy: Brainwashing and a highly addictive substance. Seriously, I've been thinking about this. Their supermarket ads even blatantly proclaim "Eat Krispy Kreme Donuts!" It would not surprise me in the least to discover they've been placing subliminal messages in their advertising, and, for good measure, add that secret ingredient which insures they'll be coming back for more. Heroin addicts would line up hours before their "provider" began selling his goods if it were necessary for tending to their jones. Why do Krispy Kremes look the way they do, after all? No other doughnut company has donuts that look like that. They say its a "special recipe", but what's so special about it, anyway? I'm just saying. It does all make sense. If anything, this could be a good basis for an urban legend! Although I'm certainly not suggesting that anyone should email this idea to all their friends, and that their friends, in turn should send it to all others they know, and so on, and so on, and so on. That would be irresponsible. On the other hand, if this is true, and you don't send it, would not that be irresponsible?
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