After many years me am BACKKK!!

Been like what? Ages? Years? I guess I totally forgot I have this blogsite. I lost my access for my other blogsite: Roadworthyman and that totally sucks! Anyway, now that I have regained the access for this site, I might as well post my random musings and thoughts in between for days or possibly weeks to come. I’d like to thank WordPress for still keeping this site of mine intact despite not logging in for quite a while. Now on to my blah blahs! 


LHM is leaving the building

It’s time for LHM to walk. A new horizon…a new destiny perhaps..who knows?

A new challenge awaits…..


Viva! Le Chuck!

Another blog episode! This is another installment of “spanking” another guy like I did with Robin, the Boy Wonder in my previous post.

I found it very interesting to learn some of the unsolved mysteries of this world.  Thus, I chose this  unsolved mystery human being for yours truly to spank with.

Here’s another dose of life’s greatest unsolved mysteries: “The Chuck Norris Saga.”  

 Now, don’t get me wrong with the spanking business, Carlos Ray Norris Jr. (better known to the world as “Chuck Norris”) happens to be one of my all time favorite action hero.

He comes out guns blazing in “Missing In Action” to riding them motorbikes punishing terrorists in “Delta Force” to the cowboy riding without the brokeback malice in “Walker: Texas Ranger” to being idolized by a wannabe martial arts kid in “Side Kicks.”

Overall, the guy is primo “101% pure power-beefed up-money back-guaranteed-walking assault- lethal weapon-of a man!” 

But there are things that I noticed about Chuckie’s movies, which is somewhat of a mystery as well.

Let’s start dissecting them in no particular order: 

1. He doesn’t die in almost all of his movies. (That’s like viewing one hundred or so of his movies, and clearly he did not die in any of those movies!)

2. Holy! Fist of Fury! He did die fighting Bruce Lee in the movie “Way of the Dragon” right? (It doesn’t count! Since he didn’t die in the line of duty as a soldier! Geez! give the guy a break!)

3. He either portrays a has-been soldier, a sergeant mc coy!, a colonel braddock, a walker texas ranger, or some commando. (With the exception of “Side Kicks” where he played a martial arts master. Finally! no guns for this prime stud)

4. His methods of martial arts moves are either disarming his opponents with his famous “chuckie chops” or using his ”chuckie” side kicks to knock them teeths down.

5. His awesome “never-leave-home-without-it” Chuck Norris hairstyle.  (Yup, it’s gotta be the hair mon, gotta be the hair!)

6. His favorite choice of weapons are either an Uzi or one of them big o’l guns that really hurt like s#$% (Even Granny Goose would go gaga over this awesome display of fire power!!)

7. His unlimited hairy or so chest hairs! (Geez! That’s weird, now where did this come from?!)

8.  How he doesn’t break a sweat just by swatting them flies or mosquitoes in seconds. (Okay, that one I made that up. Although it’ll make a good scene right? Mr. Miyagi hello?!)

9. His clearly patented ”chuckie” beard ( See number 7 for the reason!)

10. Lastly, his fetish for headbands everytime he kicks some major arse! (Yup, the guy is fond of wearing these in some of his movies! It’s true..oh yes it’s true!!)

Now you know what I think about Chuck Norris, try visiting this website:  to learn more what others think about him.

Till the next blog, I’m outta here before O’l Chuck decides to spank me with his almighty kicks!

Holy! Blogsite! It’s the Robin Express!!

I was watching some videos on the Youtube the other day, when I came upon some old videos of tv show “Batman.” I smiled with glee, reminicing the days, when I used to watch this show back in the 80’s. 

By the way, this show was created way back in 1966. Pretty old you might say!

Adam West and Burt Ward, collectively known as “The Dynamic Duo” were the actors who donned the costumes portraying Batman and Robin respectively. 

Anyway, while watching some of the episodes of the tv show, I couldn’t help but noticed how Robin would utter some of those famous “holy lines” of his, which to some can sometimes be downright weird especially when he says it at the spur of the moment.

I decided to do some research on those famous “holy lines” and came up with some interesting quotes from the boy wonder himself. (Disclaimer: These do not reflect my views,  just got this from the net dudes. Try surfing it!)

Robin’s Holy List:

Holy Sardine!
Holy Nightmare!
Holy Merlin The Magician!
Holy Long John Silver! A Pirate Parascope!
Holy Glue Pot!
Holy Polaris!
Holy Demolition!
Holy Halloween!
Holy Heart Failure!
Holy Costume Party! That’s The Penguin!
Holy Hallucinations!
Holy Marathon Batman! I’m Getting A Stitch.
Holy Captain Nemo!
Holy Bikini That Was Close!
Holy Heatbreak! Miss Kitka
Holy Almost!
Holy Jumble! 
Holy Kleenex Batman! It was right under our nose and we blew it!
Holy Rosary Batman, it’s the Pope!
Holy No deposit! No return!

See? Told you it can be downright weird. Now here are more quotes.

Robin: “Whoa! You came down that pole like a pro, Alfred.”

Robin: “The batcomputer is none too frisky today, Batman.”

Robin: “Well, we’re dressed for investigating, so let’s investigate.”

Robin: “Sorry, Batman. I slipped on the Baked Alaska.

Robin: “Catwoman mentioned an assault on Mount Gotham.”
Batman: “But where is Mount Gotham?”
Robin: “I don’t know… Holy Alps! I’d better brush up on my geography!”

Robin: “Ole, Batman! Ole!”

Marsha to Aunt Hilda: “You bumbling old hag, you’ve failed again.”
Robin: “That’s no way to talk to an old lady!”

Batman: “Let’s go Robin, we’ve nary a second to lose! Vamanos!”
Robin: “Right amigo!”

Batman: “I’m glad you’re up on your foreign languages, Robin. They come in handy when fighting crime.”
Robin: “Si, si, Batmon.”

Robin: “I bet even Shakespeare didn’t have words for such villainy!”

Robin: “This’ll teach that crook to be a litterbug. He should put trash in the proper waste container!”

Batman: “Robin, take the word ‘bank’ and spell it backwards.”
Robin: “K-N-A-B. Knab!”

Robin: “They’re throwing fish at us!”

Robin: “It’s all a blur. Like a horrible day-mare.”

Robin: “There’s many a slip ‘twixt the cup and the lip, Batman.”

Robin: “The way we get into these scrapes and get out of them, it’s almost as though someone was dreaming up these situations, guiding our destiny.”

Robin: “Batman, I don’t dig this.”

Robin: “Joker’s blackmail threat isn’t worth a tinker’s darn.”

Batman to Catwoman: “The odds are about right, four against one.”
Robin, coming out of hiding: “Four against two, Batman!”
Batman: “Robin!”
Robin: “I couldn’t resist. You were taken in by her, but I’m too young for that sort of thing.”

Robin: “Gosh, that’s some ergo, Batman.”

Batman, pointing: “What’s that?”
Robin: “I guess I’m tired, but it looks like alphabet soup!”

Robin: “I never knew there were no punctuation marks in alphabet soup!”

Robin to Black Widow: “You she-devil! Have you short-circuited Batman’s brain?”

Bruce: “I don’t know how you constructed this playroom as a surprise without us knowing about it, Aunt Harriet.”
Dick: “Or this slot car raceway. It’s the coolest, Aunt Harriet!”

Robin: “I’ll take the emergency bat-tunnel. It comes out on Highway One and I can catch a bus to Gotham City.”

Robin: “I’d sooner see the Russians in the Hexagon than Penguin!”

Batman: “We’ll go out the window and down the batropes. Otherwise we’ll be mobbed.”
O’Hara: “Mobbed? In Police Headquarters?”
Robin: “The flower children think we’re cool, man. Like, we turn ’em on, you know.”

Batman: “Shall we, Robin?”
Robin: “Let’s, Batman.”

Dick, getting on Batpole: “What happened to the signs, Bruce?”
Bruce: “Alfred removed them to put a new coat of paint on the Batpoles.”
Dick: “Good ol’ Alfred.”

Bruce, after giving Dick his first car: “Remember, this isn’t the Batmobile.”
Dick: “Don’t worry, Bruce. Highway safety is every citizen’s prime responsibility.”

Batman: “One blast of cool air kills these blooming cannibals far quicker than they can devour any human repast.”
Robin: “Gosh yes!”

Robin: “Beach bums. We should have worn our baggies.”

Robin: “You know I wouldn’t fight a female, even a small army of females!”

Alfred: “Thank heavens, master Robin. I despaired of ever seeing you again.”
Robin: “The despair was mutual, Alfred.”

Batman: “Don’t forget to drive on the left, not the right.”
Robin: “I won’t, Batman. I learned that when we got our international driver’s licenses!”

Alfred: “Master Robin! I just heard you were dead.”
Robin: “You heard wrong. Uh, wrongly.”

Robin: “Pip-pip, chin-chin, and toodlio.”

Robin, outside a women’s changing room: “We can’t step into that most hallowed and forbidden no-man’s land without closing our eyes.”

Dick, reading in the library: “Gosh, Bruce. That Genghis Khan was quite a guy.”

Batgirl: “He’s so authoritative. So confident.”
Robin: “The more you work with Batman, the more amazing he seems.”

Dick: “Gosh, Bruce, those muskrats and muskdeer sure are musky.”

Robin: “It’ll be a cold day in August when we’re scared of you, Riddler!”

Batman: “Nice listening, Robin.”
Robin: “Awww, gee, it was nothing, Batman.”

Robin: “We give crooks no quarter, but we always deal with them fairly, too!”

Robin: “Awww, come on, you crook. You can’t be all bad!”

Robin, looking at a book: “Gosh, could it concern us?”
Batman: “It certainly could. Look at that title.”
Robin: “The Truth About Bats.”

Aunt Harriet: “Now you march yourself straight over to that piano, young man!”
Dick: “Golly G minor, Bruce, do I have to?”

Dick: “Wise up, you guys, life isn’t this easy!”
Suzy: “Well, that’s easy for you to say, you’re the ward of that rich millionaire!”
Dick: “That has nothing to do with it!”

Dick Grayson (in disguise as a ‘bad-boy’, about Bruce Wayne): “What a skin-flint! If I didn’t swipe dimes from the butler I wouldn’t even have cigarette money.”

Robin: “Holy New Year’s Eve, he has me in his famous trick streamers!”

Cheerleader Suzy: “Gee, imagine being taken to jail by a chauffer.”
Bruce: “The Wayne Foundation for Delinquent Girls is hardly a jail, Suzy.”
Dick: “Heck no, there are teams and clubs and everything.”

Robin: “No clues here, Batman. No secret writing. It’s just what it looks like – a perfectly ordinary asbestos book cover.”

Robin (to Batman, when facing Bookworm’s henchmen): “Six of them, two of us. The odds are in our favour.”

Batman: “Smells like soup.”
Robin: “Darn good soup.”

Lisa (to Batman, handing him a card): “Excuse me, the kidnapper dropped this as he was leaving. Perhaps it might be of some help?”
Robin: “Clues are always helpful.”

Batman: “Put your flippers up, Penquin!”
Robin: “We caught you with your feathers down!”

Batman (looking at map, attempting to determine of secret entrance to hideout): “If my trigonometry is correct, it should emerge right here.”
Robin: “I’ll never neglect my math again.”

Batman (untying Robin from torture device): “Robin, are you all right?”
Robin: “Just a little sore, Batman, that’s all.”
Batman: “Well, one of Aunt Harriet’s good, nourishing meals will set everything right.”
Robin: “I sure worked up an appetite.”

Robin: “Alred, if ever we had need of our brain power, it’s now.”

Alfred: “Should we not have informed the police and requested their aid?”
Robin: “I didn’t dare chance it. They’re great guys, Alfred, but they can be a little heavy-handed too.”

Robin: “I bet Batman is the only one in the world with a hand steady enough to paint false fingerprints.”

Alfred (dressed up as Batman): “I pray our deception succeeds, Master Robin.”
Robin: “Just puff out your chest and look virile, Alfred.”

Robin: “Is there anything lower than a lawyer who mocks the law? Or an artist who takes up crime?”

Now, we can’t let Robin have all the fun without mentioning the Dark Knight and his comrades now do we? 

Reporter: What about the exploding shark?
Batman: That was an unfortunate animal who chanced to swallow a floating mine.
Batman: Confoudit, the batteries are dead.
Robin: Gosh Batman, the nobility of the almost-human porpoise.
Batman: True, it was noble of that animal to hurl himself into the path of that final torpedo. He gave his life for ours.
Batman(reading one of riddler’s riddles): What has yellow skin and writes?
Robin: A ballpoint banana.
Batman: Of course.
Alfred: Bless my dustpan!
Bruce Wayne: This nasty soup we’re in is largely of my own brewing.
Penguin: DE-lightful!
Riddler: DE-hydrated!
Batman: Some days you just can’t get rid of a bomb.
Commissioner: Penguin, Joker, Riddler… and Catwoman too! The sum of the angles of that rectangle is too monstrous to contemplate!
Robin: Holy Halucination!
Batman: I wish it were Robin, but it’s not, it’s 5 dehydrated pirates… rehydrated!
Robin: Anti-matter, you mean they won’t be coming back?
Penguin: Happy happenstance!
A Sign: Foam Rubber Wholesalers Convention
Robin: And turn off the ventilation system.
Batman: Robin is right, the whole security council may have been dehydrated.
Action Sound Titles(as pirate plunges into ocean): Ker-Sploosh!
Batman: Let’s go, but… inconspicuously… through the window.
Riddler: We shall spring them from The Joker’s Jack-In-The-Box, through that window, out over the sea, and into the waiting arms of The Penguin’s Exploding Octopus!
Admiral: We haven’t done anything foolish, have we?
Batman: Disposing of pre-atomic submarines to persons who don’t even leave their full addresses? Good day, Admiral!
Batman: Yet, an exploding shark WAS pulling my leg…
Commissioner: The Joker!
Batman: Pretty FISHY what happened to me on that ladder…
Commissioner: You mean where there’s a fish there could be a penguin?

There’s more where that came from, but then I’ll have to post a very long blog for these. Heck, it might even bore you to death. 

I’ll spare you the agony of reading a very long list of quotes. So, if you happened to be a fan of these quotes, do yourself a favor and browse the net and search for those other quotes.

What will happened to the dynamic duo? Will this be the end of the caped crusaders? Will this blog site reveal the true nature of their evil personality? Will Robin finally reveal his deepest desires for our favorite dark knight? Tune in next time….same blog time…..same blog channel….

Silent Lucidity…

For many weeks, or possibly months? I have been silent on this little sanctum of space…Maybe sometime I’ll pour another loadful of those strange thoughts again. For now, I’ll stay invisible till I get my bearings straight…I must find my way back again……


“Goin’ Where The Wind Blows”
      (MR. BIG)

Someone said life is for the taking
Here I am with my hand out waiting for a ride
I’ve been living on my great expectations
What good is it when I’m stranded here
And the world just passess by
Where are the signs to help me get out of this place
If I should stumble on my moment in time,
How will I know
If the story’s written on my face, does it show
Am I strong enough to walk on water
Smart enough to come in out of the rain
Or am I a fool going where the wind blows
Here I sit halfway to somewhere
Thinking about what’s in front of me and
what I left behind
On my own, supposed to be so easy
Is this what I’ve been after
Or have I lost my mind
Maybe this is my chance coming to take me away
If I should stumble on my moment in time,
How will I know
If the story’s written on my face, does it show
Am I strong enough to walk on water
Smart enough to come in out of the rain
Or am I a fool going where the wind blows
Here I am walking naked through the world
Taking up space, society’s child
Make room for me, make room for me,
make room for me
Am I strong enough to walk on water
Smart enough to come in out of the rain
Or am I a fool
Going where the wind blows
Going where the wind blows
Going where the wind blows
Going where the wind blows

It’s never easy letting go…not just yet….

These past few days are still somewhat like a blur to me. I seemed lost and possibly might not find my way back again.

There are times I’d think about him and this would bring tears in my eyes. I missed him terribly. I missed his calls. The long talks we always had whenever he would call me. 

The times he’d listen to what I have to say on a lot of things about life. But most of all, I missed the way he’d tell me how my music matters to him the most.

You see, there was a time when I contemplated on walking away from music. I wanted to quit for the very fact that I felt, that maybe my passion wasn’t there anymore. I told my dad about my decision to quit.

He laughed at my decision and said that he doesn’t believe me. He told me that music is in your blood, once you have it, its there for good. Overall, he told me never to quit music no matter what.

This conversation took place sometime this early January or was it December I lost track of the exact date.

Since then, I’ve pondered on what to do with my life. When he left last February 24, all my inspirations that came from him apparently died as well.

Lately, I haven’t felt any passion with regards to playing music. It’s as if, someone turned it off with a flicker on the switch. 

Right now, I’m sitting here in my work desk, thinking about all the things that he told me a while back.

Maybe in time, I’ll get that passion back. For now, its pure numbness. An empty shell of what was once a passionate musician.

* Here’s a pic that I got from my sister. This was way back 1974 when my dad was still in his early teens.


And here’s something from Boys to go along with this pic.


How do I say goodbye to what we had?
The good times that made us laugh
Outweigh the bad.

I thought we’d get to see forever
But forever’s gone away
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

I don’t know where this road
Is going to lead
All I know is where we’ve been
And what we’ve been through.

If we get to see tomorrow
I hope it’s worth all the wait
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

And I’ll take with me the memories
To be my sunshine after the rain
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.

And I’ll take with me the memories
To be my sunshine after the rain
It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday.