Friday, July 31, 2009

Do The Right Thing (1989)

I had mentioned earlier that I'm a sucker for the racism genre and this movie does no mistake in hitting the spot. It's got comedy and racism combined together.

The dumbest question I was ever asked once was "Why do you like movies that revolve around racism?". Well maybe because they can only change people to the better. I might not be facing the racism we see when it comes to blacks and whites, but it exists everywhere and we all have or will experience it at one point in time, being indirect or direct.

Back to movie. I was happy to see a little of Martin Lawrence in 'Do The Right Thing'. I was also shocked how short Spike Lee was, and still is:)! He was in his early 30's when he did this film. He's the one in the left of the photo above who plays the role of a teenager pizza boy.

Over all I found this movie very entertaining and at the same time one with a point.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

The Boondock Saints (1999)

Here is another recommendation. I had seen this movie sometime in 2004 and do remember really enjoying it.

Synopsis: Two brothers commissioned by Him to get rid of all evil.

Note: Try keeping track of how many times the geezer in the movie says the F word:)

Saturday, July 25, 2009

I got a new passion, and its called...


Never in my life did I think I'de get into this kind of sport. At the moment I'm following the 2009 rounds for MotoGP(125cc, 250cc and 800cc), WSBK, BSB. It all started out of the blues. About a week ago I turned my TV on and Round 9 of the MotoGP was on. I wasn't really paying attention at first but then I did start paying attention to what those daredevils were doing it was love at first sight. I gave WSBK a shot at first, realised it won't be enough dosage. Moved to 800cc MotoGP. When that was over I had to start watching the less power class, the 125cc and 250cc races. I was also told that British Superbike Championships is worth following. Did not hesitate and did that too. Over the past week my outlook towards life has changed to the better thanks to that MotoGP race being aired at the perfect time when I decided to watch some TV. I'm also considering F1 which I'm definitely going to enjoy.

Now the best part of this all is that we got a track back home in Qatar that MotoGP and WSBK comes down to every year since 2004:) Is life good or what?

Some of you might not relate. But one good reason why you should consider watching this crazy sport is shown below :)

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Paths of Glory (1957)

Paths of Glory is a story of military injustice in the French army during World War I. At first I was hesitant on giving it a shot when I saw the DVD cover, as I'm not a big fan of war movies. But this one was more of an anti-war movie which changes everything. My initial hopes were very low for this film. But I got to be honest and say that I was very impressed by the end of it. Its run time is perfect and not another 17 hour long war related movie.

Monday, July 20, 2009

I Am Sam (2001)

Sean Penn's capabilities blew be away in this one. Definitely one of his top 3. If you like his work, don't even think of ignoring it. If you're not a fan, watch 'I Am Sam' and become a fan.

Less talk and more watch.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Gold Rush (1925)

I was planning on talking about Modern Times (1936) by Charles Chaplin, when I decided to mention some of his phenomenal work. But I just couldn't formally introduce him on my blog without mentioning 'Gold Rush' first. Back in school I never really cared for Chaplin. The only time I got to see his work was when I was on a plane and they were viewing some of his short movies. I never really understood what the fuss about him was until I saw this masterpiece.

'Gold Rush' made me understand why Chaplin is remembered until today and forever. I was really speechless by the end of this silent film. What was so great (in general) about Charles is that he made you love his acting while remaining completely silent. His characters in his films were just so pure, honest, and innocent you couldn't not fall inlove with the man. I decided to mention 'Gold Rush' to you first because this is what made me a fan of his fabulous work. This film probably reflects his true talent in what he did and shows you why no one can and will ever replace him.

The one scene that had me on the floor and made me love him even more is the one below.

*He had just boiled his shoe for supper, rather than starving to death*

If you watch this film and lack to see what is so unique about it then I really doubt you will enjoy his other work. Which is a real shame.

Just keep one thing in mind. The man could show us any sort of emotion without having to say a single word.

Thursday, July 16, 2009

The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)

I have never recommended any movie as much as I had with Monte Cristo. This one remained my No.1 movie for quiet a long time. It still remains ranked in my top 5. Post this movie I had become a huge fan of Jim Caviezel and had a mission to watch all his releases. The Count of Monte Cristo is a novel by Alexandre Dumas. I did not read any of his books nor did I see the several versions of this movie that had been done in the past. All I can say is that there is a zero chance possibility you will not enjoy if not even love this movie!

I had noticed how talented Jim is as an actor after watching 'Passion of the Christ' and 'Bobby Jones: Stroke Of Genius'. The guy will definitely have a few Oscar trophies on his shelf by the end of his career. Looking forward to find a copy of 'The Stoning of Soraya M.'

There is only a number of movies out there based on revenge, and this is one of them. You are missing out on a lot if you don't watch it.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

12 Angry Men (1957)

12 angry men. 6 ash trays. 1 room. No ventilation. Sounds smelly and boring, doesn't it? Except the 12 angry men are jurors, and the fate of a 18 year old Latino who has been accused of murdering his father, rests in the hands of 12 individuals he has never met. The movie starts of with 1 voting not guilty and the rest 11 voting guilty. It is upto Henry Fonda to change the mind of 11 stubborn men.

I found it incredibly hard to fall asleep or not enjoy this movie. The plan was to watch some 50 year old boring black and white movie that starts getting interesting 3 weeks later. At 4AM I found my self still wide awake shocked at how a movie that takes place in a single room with 12 sweaty men be this great! I was particularly impressed with the fantastic acting by Lee J Cobb. He was terribly loud at times, but the louder he got the more you lost hope in seeing the 18 year old getting a second chance.

This film, along with Paths of Glory (Which I will talk about in the coming days) take the medals for my favorite movies in the 50's. I am yet to watch the half a dozen movies released in the 50's I have put aside. Don't hold your breath though for anymore recommendations on the 50's unless you specifically advise me to watch ASAP the ones I've put aside.

Monday, July 13, 2009

The Combination (2009)

Another recommendation you might have not heard off. Pretty recent and right out of Aussie! Aussie! Aussie! Oi! Oi! Oi! I mentioned earlier that I'm a sucker for racial movies. If you liked American History X this one will hit the spot!
Check out the trailer and don't let this one get past you.

Entourage is back!!!


This is probably my only highlight of the summer. I know. Very sad. But I don't got alot of things planned this summer, other than finishing my thesis - plus thats a burden I will continue to carry until September 25th.

I really don't know why not many people watch this show. I can only think of 2 or 3 friends who watch it, which is also very sad. If you need a reason to start watching it, I'll give you one. Just one. Ari Gold (Jeremy Piven). I'm pretty sure the only reason,, scratch that,,, I'm 100% certain that the only reason people love and still watch this show is to see how Ari will continue to prove to the world how he wins 1st prize for being the worlds greatest asshole, every single episode.
When the show first began, we didn't see alot of him, but the feedback gotten from the viewers had shown Marky Mark that Piven is infact why the ratings on the show are pretty high. What sucks is that Mr. Gold plays a role of a side dish in Entourage, and you don't get to see more than 5 minutes of him per episode, when infact he should be the main course. But I guess too much from something can get you sick and the writers are trying to play it safe. Another reason why you should watch this show is for the addition yet very occasional appearances of Emmanuelle Chriqui and Jamie-Lynn Sigler.

Moving to reasons why I wouldn't blame people who refuse to watch the show. E. Eric. Kevin Connoly. That dwarf (with all due respect to Turtle) is like the springs that just keep poking you in the arse everytime you sit on that 500 year old sofa you got in the living room that no one wants to replace cause the seat cushion has taken the shape of your grandpa's rare. I don't want to be too harsh on Connoly, but what irritates the hell out of me has something to do with when he moves that thing on his face, which causes noise. Thats all I hear. Noise. Other actors I hate on the show are everyone else other than the people I mentioned above. Ari's assistant Lloyd will get a pass, as long as he keeps getting the best out of his boss. Now, you might ask, "is one person on the show enough of a reason for you to religiously start watching Entourage?" Yes it is. Here is why.

Sunday, July 12, 2009

Million Dollar Baby (2004)

I've established two things after watching MDB:
1)Clint Eastwood does not train girls
2)Clint Eastwood also does not direct a movie that ends according to how the viewers want it to end.

I don't know what it is with Clint, but his choice in movies always seperates him from the other actors. He tries, actually tried (now that he's retired) to give the audience a movie that does not end like each and every other movie we see now and then. Clint does not know or has never come a cross a course in acting school entitled HappyEnding101. The guy just gives it to you. Whether you like it or you don't, not his problem. His only concern is making sure it does not end according to how YOU want it to end. You will watch MDB, enjoy it, be caught off guard by it, and recommend it. Thats how the man with no name roles and there ain't nothing you can do about it.

This movie is exciting, emotional, clinty. Very few actors decide to hand pick the last few movies in their career like the ones Eastwood has chosen for us to remember him by.

Saturday, July 11, 2009

Never Surrender (2009)

They should've called it 'Never watch this crap'

I thought to my self that maybe if they had gotten GSP or Rampage or even that midget Penn to star in this movie, it might have been better. Guess what? They can't act for shit either. So they get the next worst thing, Hector Echadiarrhea. The production and release of Never Surrender sends out a very strong message to UFC fans, "F**K YOU!". I can't believe I was actually excited when I heard a movie with UFC fighters and one targeting UFC fans is out! Director Hector knew this one would suck so bad that he HAD to include a few to many titties for viewers not to turn it off and burn the DVD with a blue flame -he had forgotten we could access porn using the internet.

This movie hits the number one spot on my "Most shittiest movies of all time" list.

Enough said.

Actually, no, I haven't said everything I have to say.

What the **** is this?

"You sucha cutie when yer not breaking bones!"

For those who do not know Quinton Jackson. Next time you see him just try reenacting that scene. Before you do make sure you order your self a power wheelchair. Hector obviously paid Rampage alot of money to spare his life when he shot this scene.



Friday, July 10, 2009

Malcolm X (1992)

I've been wanting to watch this movie for a very long time now. I finally got the chance last night to sit down and watch it with a couple of friends. Before watching this movie I really did not have sufficient knowledge about Mr. X's history, but had heard several of his speeches and thought "Boy! what a great preacher that man is.". I really enjoyed listening to his speeches, which in return made me extremely anxious to watch the movie starring Denzel Washington. I've seen most of Denzels movies and loved them all. The mans acting is flawless and he knows what scripts make a good movie. The only poor decision I think he had done in the past was when he picked 'Out Of Time' - maybe the lovely Mendes was his motive, who knows.

Back to topic. I thought the acting was outstanding, and at times I got carried away, and thought Malcolm X was the star and not Denzel. For the sake of those who haven't watched this movie yet, I don't want to get in to alot of detail on what I thought about the events that took place in the life of Mr. X and the paths he chose. But what I can say is that Malcolm X was an excellent debater and preacher. He was determined before the 'true Islam' period of his life for the wrong reasons, and when he detached himself from Elijah Mohammed for the right ones. End of the day he did what he did to seek the truth for his people, and had what it takes to get a significant number of audience to portray him as a leader and listen to what he had to say. That alone is an accomplishment given the circumstances at the time.

I, personally, am a sucker for movies that revolve around racism and discrimination, and my No.1 movie in that genre would still remain "Remember The Titans" (also starring Denzel Washington). If you, as my self, find it essential to see all Mr. D's work then you will not be disappointed watching Malcolm X, as he was the perfect candidate for this one.

Note: Its over 3 hours long, so make sure its not close to your bedtime, as you don't want to wake up to the closing credits:).

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

A list of actors I hate

1.Steven Seagal
2.Nicholas Cage


Dustin Hoffman is coming extremely close of being added on that list. I've see Tootsie, hated it. The Graduate, began hating Dustin. At the moment I'm watching Kramer vs. Kramer and things aren't looking too good. I'm giving Hoffshit not one, but two more chances. I'll be watching Midnight Cowboy and Rain man in the coming days and that will determine my FINAL opinion of the Dustbin. To be fair and take credit where it is not due, Hoffman's face has really been damaging the liquid crystal on my flat panel, and any more viewings of ingenious incompetence will cost me another television. With the crisis and all, I really can't afford that at the moment, or ever.

The measures that have been taken to prevent hazardous toxic waste.

He has failed in my eyes as a trannie, a graduate who is missing the puberty gene, and a shitty father. I'm am yet to see him as a retard and as a male prostitute, and am finally moving on to the more important things in life.

Good Dick (2008)

Many of you might have not heard of this recent movie probably due to its weak promotion outside the US. Director, writer and star Marianna Palka does a great job in her debut appearance. The title has nothing to do with what you're probably thinking off. This one right here is about a troubled woman and a stubborn video clerk who tries to pull her away from her claustrophobic world. The rest is for you to watch and find out! What I can tell you is that by the time I was done watching this film, I knew instantly the new title that was going to be added on my 'Top 10 movies of 2008' list.

The only factor that slightly bothered me about this movie is the runtime. Its been a while since I've enjoyed a movie like this one right here, and wish it was a bit longer! Never the less I highly recommend Good Dick (the movie) so you can see for your self that the release of meaningful and great movies did not take a complete halt in the new millennium. (I'm sorry for the crappy news, but I really think 99% of the directors and writers lost it after the mid 90's.)

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

The new Camaro blows!

I consider my self a muscle car lover. I'm guessing left and right road bends weren't invented yet as a term of reference for the engineers when the they decided to start building them. Still, owning a muscle is probably the sweet feelings in life a man can experience.

Now, please be kind enough and explain to me how can something this gorgeous go from looking like...

To looking like this...

and finally!!

I will tell you exactly what happened in the process of what is known as the biggest screw up in muscle car design history.

In 1969, the designer became partially visually impaired and came up with...

He was fired in 1981. Now thanks to the implementation of affirmative action, GM got the worste out of it. They should've kept thier pride and self respect and not fired Mr. I-can-hardly-see-jack-shit-anymore.

In 1982 it was publicly announced that Mr. I-can't-see-jack-shit has been hired.
This was the result.

Finally in 2008, the "Eat Light and Look Right" nutrition campaign couldn't only stop at food. GM had to push it and make thier vehicles look right too. The result?



A Corvette on a diet and life sucked out of it.

I struggled alot in finding a picture of the backside of the new Camaro. Then I thought "Oh well, I'm sure the official website would have a photo", and they did, ONLY ONE! Looks like they're finally convinced what a f*ck up they had done and decided to hide its fuglyness as much as possible to the poor fanatics.

The only thing that caught my attention about the new Camaro was the interior, which was the only decent thing left not to critisize, and that was it really. Don't worry, I did not miss the sleak design of the front of the car, I made sure I got as much mucus on the hood the last time I saw one. The owner thanked me afterwards for how masculine my personal addition made the car look.
On a final note, I must mention the only manufacturer who pulled out in 1974 that deserves all the respect Cheverolet will never earn is Plymouth.

The Cuda.

Monday, July 6, 2009

The 2 Golden rules when using an elevator

Rule #1: When you've reached your desired floor and the door slides open for your highness, please place all your goals, ambitions and things you need to achieve in life before you die aside and try focusing on one thing only. GETTING THE F**K OUT AS SOON AS THE DOOR OPENS. Your selfish and single channeled mind might have not caught up with the fact that some elevators do not have those adorable sensors installed in them that automatically keep the doors open when people are going in or coming out. When your snail inherited ass takes it sweet time to get out, the door sometimes do slide shut the second you get out. The second class citizens that have been waiting for it end up waiting for the next sliding door to open and shed light and hope on their precious time and lives.

The next person I see taking more than a heart beat to get out will be shoved back in and forced to accompany me to the floor of my choosing. Before exiting I will make sure my fingers do that awesome xylophone effect on all the buttons so you practise getting out and back in like your life depended on it.

Rule#2: Has it ever crossed your mind that the reputation of yourself and your trampy mother will reach a new low when you enter an elevator before the people in it get out. If that doesn't bother you one bit, please consider taking ElevatorEtiquette101. I've noticed one thing all those idiots have in comon - LACK OF EDUCATION.

I've given up on waiting for people to change to the better.

Expect a meeting with a battering ram and your family jewels the next time you decide to enter an elevator before waiting for my departure.

Duck Soup (1933)

What's so extraordinary about Duck Soup is that whether you speak english, french, cantonese or portuguese you will probably laugh just as hard when you see this 68 minute running film. Age also won't matter, as you can be be school, collage or even retired and you will find your self laughing like a five year old. I think the Marx brothers were the real deal and everything we see today is the influence and mark they left in comedy. This film might be short, but trust me, finding something today as original and as funny from start to finish is like finding Nemo in the Indian Ocean. What's so great about this movie is that when I was done watching it, I recommended it to my sister, my dad (who speaks only two words of English) and to my friends, knowing they will all find it hilarious!


Sunday, July 5, 2009

Taxi Driver (1976)

After watching this movie, I'm pleased to say De Niro's fan base increase by +1. The unusual yet incredibly awesome change in Roberts character in this film left me speechless. I had no freakin idea such change can and would take place and have the film remain as awesome as it is. De Niro was in his mid 30's when he did this one and god damn it, he was a bad ass mofo psycho. His confidence when he speaks to Iris(Jodie Foster) in the coffee shop drives you crazy.

One thing him and Pacino share in comon is that THEY F***IN rocked the 70's! Another favourite scene of mine in this movie is when he chats with the secret service guy.

There is no need to really talk about The Scene, when stood infront of the mirror as it self defines the amount of hair that rest on his plums and is patented by Robert De Niro.
The best part is that I know this is not his #1 movie. I will be checking out Brazil and Deer Hunter which I'm sure will blow my mind.

Conclusion: Robert De Niro owned your ass if you were alive in the 70's.

The Lost Weekend (1945)

This is one of the films I really enjoyed that was shot in the 40's, and probably one of my all time favourites. What's so great about this movie is that so many people can relate to it. You might have once been there, have a friend who's been there or know a friend of a friend who's there right now. I always assumed that black and white movies take atleast 45 minutes before you start getting into the movie. I must say, this movie had my attention from the first scene.

A plot summary by Tom Zoemer:-

The unsuccessful writer Don Birnham is an alcoholic. Only his brother Wick and girlfriend Helen managed to keep him sober for 10 days and plan a little vacation on the countryside for the weekend. But Don manages to send them both away the evening before. Alone at home, without any money, he's desperate for something to drink.

Go ahead and watch it, you will not be sorry.

Next (2007)

I am yet to find a single human being on this planet who is a Cage fan. I've seen over a dozen of his movies and I feel that he lacks a skill, which we know as... acting. The only movie I can frankly say I enjoyed was Lord Of War. The guys tone, character and cold blooded extremely annoying attitude has been the same since he decided to sign up for Hollywood. I was flipping thru my cable last night and "Next" was almost have way through. The first thing that catches my eye in Cage's movies is that, anyone can play the role he plays! The guy has no talent. For example in "Next" they couldve gotten any, and I mean any newbie to play his role and the movie would've gotten the same mediocre reviews by the viewers. Acting is one thing and trying to get your eyebrows to make out everytime the director shouts "Action!" is another. If you find your self repeatedly getting suicidal tendencies please watch 'The Weather Man' and die slowly. Cage is ripping us all off! You want acting? This is acting...

Or this...

Those two shots alone say a thousand words.

I've got my fingers crossed for the next competent recruits and cvs Hollywood will be looking at.

Shia LaBeouf seems like he'll be going places.

Saturday, July 4, 2009

Dog Day Afternoon (1975)

Three words really sum up Al Pacino's character in this movie. Considerate, understanding and a gentleman. Being a gentleman is one thing and being a bank robber is another, but a bank robber that is a gentleman! Comon! The combination may sound a little confusing, but 10 minutes into this movie and man! I couldn't wait to see how it all ends. I've seen a few of Pacinos films he had done in the 90's and sooner ones. It doesn't take a genious to see that the guy was on a role in his 70's. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see Al Pacinos other mean-killing machine side.

I wonder sometimes if anyone out there will ever remake a somewhat similar movie to Scarface. I even wonder at times if any actors today out there have the potential to even come close to Als masterpiece. I honestly had my hopes up for Depp, but his close compationate relationship with Burton suggests otherwise. I'm a huge Depp fan, but then again Pacino never accepted a role which made him look like this..

This comparison might not be the best, but the one with a bigger nutsack clearly is ...

Friday, July 3, 2009

Sitcoms and Series - Chapter 1

I found the need to name this article chapter 1 as I will be coming back a lot and recommending, ranting, or just talking about any new shows out there.

I keep track of my episodes and shows watched through Episode World

Its really helpful and extremely easy to use. All you do is make an account and bookmark your favourite shows. Once episode air it notifies you the day of the airing. You then tick the episode as "Save as watched" and carry on with your life.

Up-to-date I've watched 3226 episodes and 49 shows :) Obsessed I know. Well i thought i was obsessed until i met a guy last week who had 8 TB worth of tv shows. This guy had the good, the bad, the crap, the disgusting, shows that rocked, shows that sucked balls, the whole thing!

I'm currently tracking 20 shows. Before I get to that a few shows that have ended which I really recommend are:

  • The Sopranos
  • Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air
  • Just Shoot Me
  • 8 Simple rules
  • Martin

Shows that are still running and are always on the tip of my tongue when someone asks me what they should watch are:-
  • Two and a Half Men
  • How I met your mother
  • Rules Of Engagement
  • The Office (US)
  • Sons Of Anarchy
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • One Tree Hill
  • Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • 'Til Death

Things that matter in life...

What would life really taste like if we couldn't enjoy a few sashimi and maki rolls when the heart craves for a taste of heaven!

A pack of softpack lights in my shirt pocket always takes care of the stress and bad news.

The curiosity every week of wanting to know how Michael screw up things in a new episode is a rare and selfish feeling:)


One reason that forces me to make sure my next destination has gotto have a Wagamama.

My motive in life :)

The reason I smile.

Chronological Order Syndrome

I've developed this disease and obsession to watch sitcoms and series since 2005. What happens is as follows... as soon as I find my self enjoying an episode of sitcom or series I HAVE to stop watching immediately and begin watching the show from the pilot episode. For the past 4 years i've done this for over 25 shows and today I have ran out of "good" shows to watch. So I decided to start with what? Movies! You might ask, "how will you implement your infamous syndrome for movies?" Well, some of you are already thinking it. Yes I start from movies that were released as far as a century ago. Today I've reached the 60's but had to cheat a little and put aside some movies in the 40's and 50's which I plan to watch later on the new Sony Bravia 52" LCD my folks decided to buy when they sent us off to uni. They also decided to upgrade the living room coaches to leather! Something they were against when me and my brother were infesting the house before we were sent off. Also a cute little bean bag sits in the middle of the living room. Yes, my parents who've been around for almost 7 decades have decided that the main room - a place where they socialise with friends who once borrowed a cup of sugar from Trex- needs a bean bag.

Anyway, back to topic. I must say, I thoroughly enjoyed silent era movies. Specially some of Chaplins work. I never really knew how faboulous that man was until a few months ago. A few movies I would recommend for Charles Chaplin are:-
  • Modern Times
  • Gold Rush
  • One AM
  • City Lights
  • A Dogs Life
  • The Kid

Anywho, I will be posting another list of all the series, sitcoms, and movies (so far) that I would highly recommend anyone to watch.


My new job description states..

that I'm one hell of a great procrastinator. I've been laid off since march, thanks to the cute little crisis. Since then I said I got 6 months left for my thesis. Today I got less than 3 months left to hand it in. Im done with my proposal and get the important info that I will be including in the thesis. so things aren't that bad after all?

The question now is, when am I going to type the first letter on Word that will jump start the thesis. What kinda sucks is I will be leaving Dubai for good one month after I hand in my thesis. Life sucks doesn't it? I've been here for 6 years and I just feel like this is where I belong. This is my home, not where ive lived for 16 years with my family. I've come to the solution on to why I hate and can't stand the thought of leaving Dubai. Its the whole freedom b.s. that I was deprived from before I left Qatar. Today I can consider my self happy. In November I will consider my self unhappy. I will put some effort to stay here for an extra year as I'm really not really to settle in Qatar just yet.

It really is a wonderful feeling knowing that at one stage you will be unhappy when you know you would've stayed happy if .... nevermind u know where im going.

I shall warn who ever is reading this, that I will bring up and insisting on when I recieve my big break a few times. I believe I will be getting it before the age of 25. I hope so, got my fingers crossed.

The two different type of crappers.

You got the first category of public toilet crappers who drop bombs while not caring who's around and who's gonna hear it. Then you got the discreet crappers who make sure everyone has left the toilet when its time to download. why would anyone care who's around when they lay one down. Its not like they're still going to be out there when you come out. The only thing anyone should be remotely worried about is someone entering the cubicle they were in as soon as they got out. I say this because the first thing a person does that enters a cubicle that another person has dropped a load in, is promise them selves to never ever have to meet that person in the near future or ever. The leaver exits feeling sorry and embarrassed and the person about to engage sewers inc. is about to start cursing a person they have never met before and wonder how the only thing they share in common is the seat they're about to sit on, and if any bum diseases will be passed along.