Hey, Did I say you could steel that picture? Guess it's okay tho, since it does have you in it....That pic is from way back in 2000. Look at da Sugs, you and I. Now we know who's aging the best.Ain't it fun pulling up old pics! :)
Randy time ot get back on the crack and meth diet before the baby gets here.
The funny thing is that you're still SLOOOOOOOOOW!!!!
You appear to be taller too.
Stop making fun of my team mate you Hayes bastards.Okay, a little bit more is okay, but then stop.Or else, or else, uhhhmm, hhmmm, I'll get back to you on that.
did somebody use a trick camera or did they photoshop that picture?
Total photoshop. I can do the same thing.
Which one's Randy?
MG, can i borrow it. i want to photoshop myself into 1st place.
oops. that was a question not a statement.forgot the '?'
Dear Randy, You'll aways be fat to me.love,RA
Do you ever update this thing?
Your feet aren't the only thing you used to see down there!
when are you going to update this pos
Biker Boy comes off the top rope!
And sends Randy to the mat.
he is still not moving, I hope the medics can help
Medic's? No chance there. Randy is now thinking of the future. His latest weight loss program involves practicing "baby speak" and the technical uses for baby wipes. As far as spelling and grammar skills; Erica is the baby's mother, so the baby's skills in those will be far a head of Randy's already at birth. The kid will start schooling Randy from there.
I'm thinking this blog is gettin pretty good without updates.
Much prefer just reading the comments section. At least Ramby doesn't try to write stuff here.
If randy eat as much as he updated he would still look like this. I guess he only rides as oftern as he updates, which explains the current state. Caesar Evil Former Blogger and Future Ruler of this Planet. End transmission
maybe he's in labor
yep, better, I say. But Randy, please pretty please, update. I'm getting sick of looking at myself!
Candy - I thought that you would found your other sock by now - it's been like a month!
Theres more comments than there is blog.
#30.....there now you have achieved the most comments goal. Update this thing!!
If Ramby updated, it would be less entertaining then this.
Why don't I get comments on my blog. I want my blog to be like Randy's.
Try writing something stupid.
I can't even come up with anything good, funny, interesting, worthwhile, or rude to post here as a comment. But even this crappy post is better than the actual blog.
Candy...if Randy updated this blog, no one would be posting here either. You have to figure out either you have a crappy blog that everyone comments on or you have Randy blog where it could go either way; comments when he's not looking; no comments when he's paying attention. We got to make the guy feel good!
UPDATE THIS CRAPPY BLOG
You know, there doesn't seem to be much haaaaaauuuuuullllliiiiinnn' going on in this blog.
Everyone...please guess at what "we" were looking at in this posted blog picture! The winner will receive rights to unlimited "comments" on this blog!
By the look on RANDY's face my guess would be a bacon double cheeseburger.
In the social sciences, a discourse is considered to be an institutionalized way of thinking, a social boundary defining what can be said about a specific topic, or, as Judith Butler puts it, "the limits of acceptable speech" - or possible truth. Discourses are seen to affect our views on all things; it is not possible to escape discourse. For example, two notably distinct discourses can be used about various guerrilla movements describing them either as "freedom fighters" or "terrorists". In other words, the chosen discourse delivers the vocabulary, expressions and perhaps also the style needed to communicate. Discourse is closely linked to different theories of power and state, at least as long as defining discourses is seen to mean defining reality itself. According to Foucault's definition, discourse must be heard rather as synonym of his concept of episteme, notwithstanding important theoretical displacements (episteme was first thought as the condition of possibility of discourses). In other words, Foucault's discourse must both be understood as a singular discourse, as defined above, and as a more general discourse, meaning the boundaries given to any particular discourse. In this more general sense, discourse is not composed only of words, which would be to limit oneself to a dualist conception: as he demonstrated in Discipline and Punish, discourse is also composed of architectural dispositifs, such as Jeremy Bentham's panopticon or the map of a classroom, etc. A dispositif is "a resolutely heterogeneous assemblage, containing discourses, institutions, architectural buildings [aménagements architecturaux], reglementary decisions, scientific statements, philosophical, moral, philanthropic propositions, in one word: said as well as non-said [du dit aussi bien que du non-dit], those are the dispositifs elements. The diose elements."According to Foucault, discourse can't be reduced to an ideological reflexion, it is to be thought as itself a Kampfplatz or battlefield. Against Kant's conception, Foucault argues that truth is not the objective bounty that the winners can take; truth is not an absolute, it is on the contrary produced in this battle with strategic aims. This conception of truth may be related to Althusser's theory on the "epistemological break" between science and ideology (the "epistemological break" is not an event, but a process; "science" always has to fight for its truth against ideology, which keeps coming back). Since knowledge and power are intrinsically related, according to Foucault, he can thus say that power relations are immanent to discourses, whereas in the classic marxist conception, the discourse is conceived as the ideological superstructure - which, of course, interacts with the base, as Marx wrote, but this does not impede the power relations being essentially located in the economic base, afterward reflected in the superstructure. Furthermore, as he showed in Society Must Be Defended (1976-77), discourse is not anyone's property and thus has no essentialist meaning. The same discourse may change political sides quite often, being reappropriated and endlessly modified, as did Foucault show in his analysis of the historical and political discourse; there is a "polymorphic tactics" of discourses. In other words, specific discourses are not tied to the subject; rather, the subject is a social construction of the discourse, or, as Nietzsche said, a "grammatical fiction". Judith Butler would maintain this ambivalency of discourse, which can be performed in various contexts by different subjectivities.
Randy, it is already November 9...you have to post soon lest you fall behind your average of posting 3x per month.Why don't you post your thoughts about Lance and Matthew hanging out in Austin and the accusations that they are now bedfellows?
Discourse. Datcourse. Who really cares as long as your on some course?
looks like the fun is over. stupid updater. CE OUT End Trans.
It ain't over til we say its over. This comment section is Haaaaaaaaaauuuuuuuuulllllliiiiinnnnnn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Screw that new post, I'm commenting here.
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