Log in

No account? Create an account
Pepe Mapache's Journal
20 most recent entries

Date:2011-07-20 16:18
Subject:Meme time... because everyone is doing it.
Mood: amused

Ok, ok. Which stupid MLB am I?

Which My Little Bastard: Friendship is Magic bastard are you?

The Joker
Your're a badass motherfucker! Beautiful, stylish and sparkling with class, you're the candy of every pony's eye and a complete charmer. But you're not just a pretty face- you're also an artist! Wether you're creative at fashion or painting, your imagination is the real jewel on your personal crown. And you know this, so you flaunt all your gorgeousness like there's no tomorrow; but the best thing is you use your skills to kill motherfuckers too! Unfortunately your smile can often be mistaken for arrogance. Luckily your real friends know just how lovely you are!

Take this Quiz · Browse Quizazz

Dead on!

post a comment

Date:2010-01-12 22:26
Subject:Earthquake in Haiti

Donate $5

Send a text message with the word YELE to 501501

Haiti needs a lot of help and prayers.

You can also visit www.yele.org but the server seems to be overwhelmed right now

1 comment | post a comment

Date:2009-11-05 10:47
Subject:Chicken Tonight

Lets have lots of fun and at eh?

© 1997 Best viewed in Netscape Navigator 2.5

13 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-11-02 10:20
Subject:The commission is done
Mood: accomplished

My client seems to be happy

Read more...Collapse )

43 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-03-19 12:10
Subject:Catching up with technology
Mood: silly

Yay, after 9 years (when I had a Play Station 1) I finally got another videogame console!!

Thanks to Arokh, I got a Play Station 2!!!!! Which happens to look awesome in our 60" CRT projection 9 year old Sony TV.

Mebbe in 10 years I'll manage to have an X-box, a Wii or a PS3!! :-P

- BTW, Gran Turismo 4 is a great game! a_skunk and I are going to have lotsa fun with that one!

6 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-03-17 12:28
Subject:Difficult and Impossible words to say
Mood: amused

Difficult words to say when you're drunk:

- Irrefutable
- Cilantro
- Refrigerator

Very hard words to say when you're drunk:

- Metamorphosis
- Radiogoniometer
- Acromonogrammatic

Impossible words to say when you're drunk:

- Pizza? No thanks, I'm not hungry
- No, I don't wanna yiff
- Thanks, I guess I had enough

26 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-03-05 11:06
Subject:Why I'm so disappointed of Mexico sometimes...
Mood: angry

Early this morning (around 5 AM) some burglars sneaked and robbed a Jewelry store in Mexico City (they robbed about $200,000 US in jewelry). The alarm went off, the manager of the jewelry store called the cops.

By the time, the burglars were gone.... although, not exactly... the cops arrived to the jewelry... and one of them took some of the jewels and hid them in his pockets.

Mexican TV and newspapers broadcasted the security video that the manager recorded via a remote IP camera, and it shows the thieves grabbing the jewels, and also a cop grabbing some jewels too, 15 minutes later.

Things like this are not new, they happen every day. Things like this make me give up hope that someday, we, the mexicans, will improve. Things like this make me glad that I left my country and moved to USA, where, if not perfect, at least the police is a little bit more honest.

2 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-03-03 10:11
Subject:11 Things they don't teach you at High School

My mom sent me this, which is kinda old, but I think is very true:

1: Life is not fair-get used to it.

2: The world won’t care about your self-esteem. The world will expect you to accomplish something BEFORE you feel good about yourself.

3: You will NOT make $40,000 a year right out of high school. You won’t be a vice-president with a car and an iPhone 4 until you earn both.

4: If you think your teacher is tough... wait 'till you get a boss.

5: Flippin' burgers is not beneath your dignity. Your grandparents had a different word for burger flipping: they called it opportunity.

6: If you mess up, it's not your parents' fault, so don't whine about your mistakes, learn from them.

7: Before you were born, your parents weren't as boring as they seem to be now. They got that way from paying your bills, cleaning your clothes and listening to you talk about how cool you are. So before you save the rain forest from the parasites of your parents' generation, try delousing the closet in your own room first.

8: Your school may have done away with winners and losers, but life has not. In some schools they have abolished failing grades and they'll give you as many times as you want to get the right answer. This doesn't bear the slightest resemblance to ANYTHING in real life.

9: Life is not divided into semesters. You don't get summers off and very few employers are interested in helping you find yourself. Do that on your own time.

10: Television is NOT real life. In real life people actually have to leave the coffee shop and go to jobs.

11: Be nice to nerds. Chances are you'll end up working for one.

11 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-02-25 12:51
Mood: optimistic

CNN posted today an article about the possibility that the galaxy could be full of "earth-like" planets.

I was talking with a_skunk a few days ago about UFOs, Alien civilizations and stuff, since we were watching a National Geographic show about that. I personally believe that UFOS can be real, I believe in the possibility of not only one, buy many civilizations much more advanced than ours, with a much advanced technology and knowledge of physics and the Universe.

So, ¿why aren't we openly contacted by this civilizations? ¿Why they don't share their knowledge with us?

I think if such civilizations exist, we're just being observed and studied. Like scientists observing species in the wild and keeping track of their behavior.

We humans believe that we're the greatest shit in the universe and there's no possibility that more intelligent creatures other than us could live out there. We're so selfish, that we officially created God, and established that this God created us, and he happens to look like us, or better said, we look like him.

I think our human nature is still very very primitive. We're making big discoveries in science, technology and all. But as species we still have a long way in order to understand ourselves. We just have too many errors, we're too greedy, too violent, too intolerant, too supersticious. We still behave like chimpanzees in many ways. Maybe we have a lot of potential to reach amazing levels of knowledge and develop technology that nowadays would be indistinguishable from magic... but for now, we, the human race, have many challenges here at home. Until we understand our responsibilities in this planet, the consequences of our actions and change them accordingly, until we manage to end the science-religion debate, until we can tolerate each other and take proper care of our planet and its resources, until we can respect ourselves and our neighbours, maybe then and only then, some other advanced form of intelligent life might stop by and say hi and trade business cards.

22 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-02-25 10:06
Subject:Last night: Good Obama speech

It was uplifting

1 comment | post a comment

Date:2009-02-24 15:09
Subject:Monoceros Media FC 2009

Monoceros Media published the photos of FC 2009. I love this one:

Read more...Collapse )

5 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-02-23 16:00
Subject:Microsoft has to hit up laid-off workers for money
Mood: amused

SEATTLE — A few weeks after launching the first wide-scale layoffs in its history, Microsoft admits it screwed up a key part of the plan.

The company is asking some laid-off employees for a portion of their severance back, saying an administrative glitch caused the software maker to pay them too much.

Lou Gellos, a Microsoft spokesman, would not say how many of the 1,400 workers let go in January were overpaid, or by how much. Microsoft has said severance would be calculated by length of service and position in the company.

The Redmond, Wash.-based software maker is asking former employees for reimbursement, by check or money order, within two weeks, according to a redacted letter posted by the technology blog TechCrunch. Gellos confirmed the letter's authenticity.

Mebbe Microsoft was using MS Excel instead of Quickbooks :-P

3 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-02-19 13:50
Subject:My condolences

I never met Furp. He's going to be missed by many, and to those who met him, my condolences.

post a comment

Date:2009-02-11 14:45
Subject:I'm a lucky raccoon!


13 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-02-09 15:52
Mood: working

Parties are more fun when you wear a fursuit. Great party Dark! Thanks!

5 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-01-29 11:32
Subject:post-con post
Mood: amused

I'm doing what 90% of us is doing I guess: looking for photos and video of our fursuits in random posts on our friends'-O-friends obscure LJs.

7 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-01-26 16:44
Subject:Honey, take the flying car to the church



3 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-01-25 22:47
Subject:good con

I had a good coon. Ups and downs, but overall it was fun. People in general seemed to like Don Raccoon, my new fursuit. It was funny, I got to show it to scribble_fox and he didn't punch me in the nose!!! LOL. Heh, well, in fact, Don Raccoon is actually a tribute to his talent and style. It was a really nice challenge. Now to build the body :-)

Funny thing, I got asked by many people if would commission a fursuit. I need to practice more but I'm considering the idea.

Overall this was was a cool con, got to see dear friends and meet new ones. Relaxed and fun. Kinda weird events happened very late at saturday night/sunday morning that kinda screwed my mood this morning, but is all good now.

So, yeah, overall good con, had a blast! The Furry Night Live was really good!

See ya all soon

11 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-01-23 14:01
Subject:Meet DON

If you see Don Mapache around in FC, you can stop and give him hugs :-)

3 comments | post a comment

Date:2009-01-22 20:16

354 & 356, FRIDAY, 9PM

3 comments | post a comment

my journal