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Wow, Sat already.

  • September 26, 2004 3:23 AM
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Today was pretty fun!
Allan IM'd me around 3am but I already passed out, I responded that, yes, I had found his phone he left from the previous night.

We made plans for me to return his phone and go out to lunch. These plans now added to go see a movie. I suggested Shaun of the dead.

The movie started at 4:45 in westlake and so we went to CPK beforehand and looked around barnes and noble.

The movie was hilarious comedy. I suggest you go see it, it was a great take on zombie flicks and very entertaining. :)

So, then Allan and another friend came over my house agian tonight. He brought the rest of the Friday's orange mix, we blended that up and then watched Euro trip. OMG hawt girls everywhere. yum. I thought the movie was pretty damn funny, def not a waste of your dvd rental money.

We played a little gamecube for about 2 hours and we whooped eachothers ass at Soul Caliber 2, Mariokart race + battle mode with bombs. The last game we played was SSX 3 snowboarding.
Goodtimes.

They left about a half hour ago and....

So, now as I type this i'm listening to Dr. Dre. Werd, i'm gonna goto bed.
Tomorrow is another day, I think i'm gonna wash my car, do some homework, laundry and catch up on some sleep.

l8r all.

-me

Friday night.

  • September 26, 2004 3:17 AM
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I want to thank everybody for coming out to my little get together on such short notice. It was great having all the peeps together in one place.
David
Jen
Diane
Rochelle
Jim
Allan
Kevin

Thanks for the alchohol, the card, and the best wishes.

Everyone got to my house then we carpooled over to Friday's, met my sister and her friends. After, arrived at my house agian, made some Friday's orange dream and turned on the firepit.
Jen, it was nice meeting you for the first time. What a sweetheart. ;)
Allan and Kevin geeked out on me and helped me configure NFS on my Linux box, now I have global file storage.

Come to think of it, I think everyone here was a geek in someway or another.

<3 you guys! :)

-chris

24

  • September 22, 2004 10:14 AM
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Happy birthday to: me!

Yea.. the big.. 24. ?

This age sucks, it's so minute. I have nowhere to go and nothing to do. It must be the first time in 4 or 5 years I really have no one to spend it with. Doesn't help that it's on a freekin Wed. :(

yay?

The night.
She brushed her hands upon my flushed cheek
Smelled of childhood remnants of a dusty weeping willow
Clouds soothe, Shredded by the calico
Were oh so vast and quick as I was on my own now.

This time like every other time I believe that I never find
Another sweet little girl with sequined sea foam eyes
Ocean lapping voice smile coy as the brightest quiet span of sky

And I'm all alone again tonight not again, not again, not again.

The underwear goes inside the pants.

  • September 16, 2004 4:09 PM
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This is a song by a group called Lazyboy:
but the lyrics had me LMAO!

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You know we have more prescription drugs now.
Every commercial that comes on TV is a prescription drug ad.
I can’t watch TV for four minutes without thinking I have five serious diseases.
Like: “Do you ever wake up tired in the morning?”
Oh my god I have this, write this down. Whatever it is, I have it.
Half the time I don’t even know what the commercial is…
people running in fields or flying kites or swimming in the ocean.
I’m like that is the greatest disease ever. How do you get that?
That disease comes with a hot chick and a puppy.
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Americans, let’s face it: We’ve been a spoiled country for a long time.
Do you know what the number one health risk in America is?
Obesity. They say we’re in the middle of an obesity epidemic.
An epidemic like it is polio. Like we’ll be telling our grand kids about it one day.
The Great Obesity Epidemic of 2004.
“How’d you get through it grandpa?”
“Oh, it was horrible Johnny, there was cheesecake and pork chops everywhere.”
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This homeless guy asked me for money the other day.
I was about to give it to him and then I thought he was going to use it on drugs or alcohol.
And then I thought, that’s what I’m going to use it on.
Why am I judging this poor bastard.
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I walked behind this guy the other day.
A homeless guy asked him for money.
He looks right at the homeless guy and says why don’t you go get a job you bum.
People always say that to homeless guys like it is so easy.
This homeless guy was wearing his underwear outside his pants.
Outside his pants. I’m guessing his resume isn’t all up to date.
I’m predicting some problems during the interview process.
I’m pretty sure even McDonalds has a “underwear goes inside the pants” policy.
Not that they enforce it really strictly, but technically I’m sure it is on the books.

Wearing Your Collar Down is for Poor People

  • September 13, 2004 11:20 PM
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Opinion
By I.M. Adick, III
When my ancestors came over to this great country 400 years ago, they had a vision for a utopia, free from minorities, liberals, poor people, homosexuals, and immigrants. There are few today who share such lofty ideals, but we're easy to find: Pastel polo shirts, loafers without socks, tucked-in shirts, but most importantly, collars up.
Call me a douchebag. Call me an arrogant little cocksucking dickhead. Beat the shit out of me if I'm not with fifteen of my B-frat friends (unlikely). But just know this: I interned at Smith Barney this summer. Where did you work? A Blockbuster? That's right you insignificant sack of dogshit; I'm going to be your boss. So take your t-shirt wearing, financial aid, blue-collar ass over to Blockbuster and get me a copy of Old School. Do you even own a tuxedo?
Look at my girlfriend. You think she'd go for someone who didn't have his collar up? I don't think so. I remember the night I met her. I bought her so many $9 drinks she couldn't even walk. So I drove her home in my BMW 328ci, but not before I took a few "liberties" with her. The next morning I took her to brunch and went to the mall, where I bought her some blouses. You assholes don't know the first thing about being a gentleman. You probably don't even know how to sail.
When I get out of business school, I'm going to be making $120,000 a year. Add that to my trust fund, and I can buy a country club membership, a ski house, and still have enough money to go barhopping around the city in my designer clothes and shit-eating grin. Maybe I'll offer you a hundred bucks to flip my collar up for me. I earned it you middle-class fuck up. I bet you went to public school.
You're so predictable. I bet I can guess your political party just by looking at you. My cronies and I range from elitist northern liberals to heartless conservative bastards. I've wasted enough time with you. Get some rich parents, an internship, and a pink polo with the collar up, and then maybe I'll let you hang out with me.


http://www.georgetownheckler.com/collar

Labor Day weekend.

  • September 7, 2004 11:49 AM
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Fri: picked up my tux for Sun. watched tv. started some homework.

Sat: Took my car to the dealer to fix some minor issues, built a computer for a friend, went to innout. finished homework.

Sun: One of my best friends Steve got married. Wowzers! Got all tux'ed up, stood around in the hot sun. it was HOT! The wedding went off without a hitch! FRAWLESS VICTORY! Partied all night and got home late.

CONGRATS to the both of you! Steve and Leslie!

Mon: Went to Santa Monica Pier with my friends, walked around on the beach. i wished i preparded for swimming because it was the perfect day for jumping in the ocean. :(

Ordered pizza and watched nip/tuck.

Jason Mraz performs on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

  • September 5, 2004 11:46 AM
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Fron Jasonmraz.com
> TV, PT. 1: Jason will be performing on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live Thursday September 9. If you can't make it down to the show's Los Angeles studio to see the outdoor performance then watch it on TV. Check you local listing for time and channel.

Woo Hoo! Tivo all set! :)

:o :o :o :o This is a big machine.

  • September 4, 2004 12:53 PM
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Its a machine used in Germany to remove surface layers of coal. I don't remember the name of it, but it's for real.

I added my cat to Catster.

  • September 1, 2004 4:32 PM
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MEOW!
All you should do the same and add Peetee as your friend.
Mandy, add Frankie.

Here is Peetee's Catster profile.
http://www.catster.com/pet_page.php?j=t&i=68759

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