Saturday, July 15, 2006

Organic salad as a meal, dreams of branches and tantrums, grease on your head, surreal exams

Oh man, I missed the opportunity for a zinger last night! When Jesse said that he had an appointment with the Queen and we all thought he was crazy, I should have brought up Warren Zevon's Werewolves of London! I even had TWO chances to do that! (not that it's a guarantee he would have UNDERSTOOD it, but that's not the point!) Argh... my mind and brain fail me when I'm not "with it," I'd imagine. That, or I'm getting old and losing my memory. (we were talking about that last night and figured we'd all passed the optimum age for memory retention: things only go downhill from here on out, sigh!)

No wonder I've been feeling annoyed throughout this past week... I know it'll get worse, too. Heh, I wonder if I can use THAT as an excuse for certain things? Probably not. *sigh* I've just eaten all the organic salad that I bought on Wednesday: I thought I could handle the smaller size rather than the huge 1kg they were offering on sale since I didn't think I'd eat THAT much of the stuff. (more veggies in my diet = a good thing, right?) Finishing the small size is perhaps good enough for me since I'm basically using it as a meal, but how I long for the bigger size... then again, I might waste some of that too. (the expiry date on THAT was Monday... and next week exactly for the smaller 142-gram size)

I had a dream that involved a branch suddenly going through the middle of the living room. Then I was transported to a nice restaurant where I proceeded to have a very bad fit of temper in front of random church kids and their parents (who were all dressed nicely) because everyone ignored my wishes to sit in the middle of the long row so I could take in more of the talk and discussion swirling around me. Instead, I was stuck at the end of one of the rows! How unjust and unfair! Afterwards, I had to meet Jeremy and Steph at a café somewhere: I was miffed that Jeremy seemed to be paying more attention to my sister than me while we were discussing rabbits and newspaper boxes, but then felt better when he referred to her as a "kid" (in a slightly disparaging way) and was suitably sweet and cheesy towards me. He made flowers out of the tissues and twist-ties, and placed them by the teacups, heh. I woke up when Chinese people in the hallway were making too much noise to sleep through... sometimes I wish my blankets would act as a noise filter as well as a light filter!

Caught up on blogs as well: Dawn has pictures of Beijing and is biding her time in Hong Kong till she returns here in August. (the luggage weight allowance is apparently REALLY ridiculous over there: 20kg only?!) Spoz cheerfully complained of an unexpected Friday night out, but had weekender pictures up anyhow... including a bunch from their "dumb drunken fun with silly hats" series which involved using a Hungry Jacks (Burger King, here) bag as a hat. (all I can think of is: EWWW! MORE GREASE ON YOUR HEAD?!)

Phil went to a middle school orchestra performance, and discovered a sense of appreciation for the moolah his parents tried to invest in getting him to develop a sense of musical ability. (ah, Asian parents...) He never did, but thinks his girlfriend's brother Caleb is pretty good! Steph's discovered that the Nintendo DS is on backorder everywhere around here, but figures her money is saved... although she might get half-season Canucks tickets. Yeah, that sounds good to me... maybe. :P

Jen's studying for a first-year bio exam, which is ridiculous since she's been out of Trinity and working at evil Starbucks and such for a year already! However, the administration over there isn't exactly on the ball when it comes to credits (and she admits she miscalculated)... so she's not officially a graduate, even though she attended her ceremony last year. We even roasted her last year at the church grad banquet, which presented its own set of challenges for Phil: "I've been asked to do this with like two minutes of prep time! Guys, stop playing Ultimate and smelling the Pho garbage! Help! Well, we can't do this *pantomime of smoking* and we can't do this *pantomime of drinking out of a beer bottle* ..." (the pantomimes were because the denizens of the minuscule adult / parent table WERE around! :P)

But Jen did go to the library and admits she loves the downtown one because of the smell of books and newspapers... mmm, I agree with her! (yeah, we're both nuts, haha) She does the same thing as I do: replaying scenes in her head and wishing she'd said certain things and stuff like that. It would also be nice to just pack up and go travel (China for a year?), but you can't just do that. Hell, *I* can't just do that, as much as I'd like to! :P

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Being late, doodling, appointments with the queen, toy rats, restaurant ennui, final SLB plans

Note: LJ Pirate Crew / LJ Outdoor Excursion / LJ Previous Life / LJ Medieval Royalty / LJ Friends As Candy blogquizzes. (by Mel, Tilly, and Laura)

It was a good thing I went out to wait for Eric fifteen minutes later than he said he'd be there, since I was only waiting for like a minute! I managed to freak him out yet again by being crazily random about tape / whiteout / supposed swearing / rain / gelatinous cubes, and seemingly laughing at GM car commercials and the football game. (I misheard "key injuries to players" as something else) Then he asked if I'd eaten any babies this week... um, no... but I should send him the MS Paint picture that David K. did up for me once. ("despite many requests not to send me that chart with various types of poop on it, you DID!") He said that Eunice hadn't called him, so I asked whether he got her email... he hadn't, then he said that he'd told me on MSN earlier that she was going since she'd said so. I was very confused.. it turned out that he'd called her, and I'd only asked if she'd called him. STOP BEING LIKE ME, DARN IT! :P

At the church, I was in the middle of telling him how I'd eat his Kleenex box when the bearded man Jeremy came up and said hi. Darn you for ruining my crazy act, dude! *shakes fist* We entered the church and saw Sean, so Eric and I hugged him hello! (I'll ask him later whether he got my birthday card in February) Eric, Jeremy, and I sat together and were in the middle of discussing how Jon was a week late to everything with Alan, Tracy, and Dianne when Jon showed up at the front of the church with a SAVE DARFUR shirt on... nice! Jeremy told me that he was about a year late to everything, since he'd been trying to get last year's stuff in order right before he went to church... as long as you get it done sometime!

The talk was pretty good: I was amused by Jeremy's well-done doodles of SNAKES ON A PLANE, "the mail box is full of it," houses, "lost forms," animals, and other things. Eric was busy doodling Strong Bad, of course... very entertaining! Then we had a "corporate strategy meeting on side dishes" ("Yay, side dishes!" as per Karen :P)... when Jon heard about the emails she sent, he termed them "ridiculous, but in a funny way." (he's not on the list yet for some reason, though he IS on the other one for Daniel people) Luckily, that was done fairly quickly.. that way, I could give Connie and Jenny their birthday cards! Tracy also told us about Cleveland and how the families are sometimes too poor to afford dental care there: she likes the city now that she knows where everything is! I should have given Ada the presents for her son Ian, but Sunday will be fine for that... in person is good!

I was outside talking to Jeremy, Eric, Steph, and Fidela when Alan invited us out to Joey Tomato's... only Jon ended up going, although I invited Teresa. (whose only weird questions of the night were "I thought Jeremy was here... where is he?" and "They're your siblings? Are you sure?") Eric thought of inviting Jesse, so I went back in the church and did that... he said that he had an appointment with the queen, so he couldn't make it. We all thought he was crazy, until he explained that he meant his queen-sized BED! Jon and I thought Steph wasn't going to be there tonight, but she got done early and Vanessa picked her up. I introduced Steph to Jesse and Teresa: Teresa looked at us in wonder and asked whether we were sure we were siblings, haha! Then Jesse told us that we looked alike in some ways, but not in others... Steph said "THANK YOU!" and told us that some people thought we looked alike. (not really!)

I went inside to dispose of some garbage, then went out again to find Jeremy had disappeared. Jon joined us after talking to Andrea (Chuck's coming to town soon!) and Randal, and asked where he was. Apparently, he'd decided he was too tired to do anything and went home. When they asked him whether he'd brought his bike, his response was "I'm riding!" which made them confused. Then he clarified that he meant the bus... yeah, he DID look tired tonight! He was yawning and not very talkative when he usually is. After that, we discussed tomorrow's cookoff and the Timothy camp last week. Steph had Joey's toy rat, which apparently scared Stella and Tracy tonight (Jeremy was about to deliberately step on it) and scared Quan and others at the camp when people put it / toy spiders in the cereal for laughs. Fidela told us that Justin was working at the gelato place as security or something: Eric offered to take us there, even though he can't have any of it because of the sugar. (not the cream!)

Dylan and Terry came up and invited us to go to Milestones with them and Lesley: we eventually ended up not going. We were there last week, and I was there the week before too! We dropped Jon off near the restaurant, then discussed Green Village / Erin's family trip to England (they go on at least one major trip every year... her parents are going to China in October and are giving me old magazines, which I shouldn't feel bad about recycling) / Jonestown / the guitar incident with Dylan / my mom's assessment of Dylan's looks ("I used to think he was very good-looking, but now... no...") / my upcoming birthday (STFU!) / Louis Garden (Eric hasn't been there in a LONG time.. since 2001? .. but thinks the food was marginal anyhow) / my being random with Corey (Steph dislikes the idea) / hockey scheduling and transactions / Steph's purchases of shorts and a Catwoman (with whip!) shirt for Erin at Metrotown / my purchase of All-Bran and the $3 water bottle.

We also talked about various people who could go to SLB. Adela's in the area, but won't help us break our 21-steamer record. Eric forgot to ask Jeremy about it in person two days in a row (as he said in an email), but assumes he's in anyhow. (he also assumes that Citrus isn't up for it without his girlfriend, but he's invited anyhow) Brian and Vivian both seemed very amused by it last time (it's about the experience!), but Viv's in Jerusalem still and gets back on Monday. Nathan, Jen, Erin, Eunice, Jon, Eric, Steph, and I are pretty much confirmed for SLB at 6:30 and A Fish Called Wanda at around 8:30, and wrap-up at around 10:30 or so. I just got an email from Danielle: "No fair! I'm hoping for a rerun of this in August! Missing you all in Californa!" (my Audioscrobbler page has also changed for the better... apparently, Corey sent me a PM on there saying "poopapoo" on July 9 at 11:30)

They will feel...Great about your relationship and they hope it could be more
Your love will last....A couple years
Will you get married?No
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Friday, July 14, 2006

100 Movies: Have you seen or read these? / Eunice being in for SLB

Here's a movie meme from Renee:

Bold what you've seen.
Underline what you want to see.
Put asterisks around what you haven't seen, but have read.
Strike anything you've never heard of.

1. Godfather, The (1972)
2. Shawshank Redemption, The (1994)

3. Godfather: Part II, The (1974)
4. Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, The (2003)
*5. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002)*
6. Schindler's List (1993)
7. Shichinin no samurai (1954) (Seven Samurai)
8. Casablanca (1942)
*9. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The*
10. Star Wars (1977)
11. Citizen Kane (1941)
*12. One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)*
13. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964)
14. Rear Window (1954)
15. Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back
16. Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
17. Pulp Fiction (1994)
18. Usual Suspects, The (1995)
19. Memento (2000)
20. North by Northwest (1959)
21. 12 Angry Men (1957)
22. Buono, il brutto, il cattivo, Il (The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly)
23. Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
24. Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) (Amelie)
25. Psycho (1960)
26. Silence of the Lambs, The (1991)
27. It's a Wonderful Life (1946)

28. Goodfellas (1990)
29. American Beauty (1999)
30. Sunset Blvd. (1950)
31. Vertigo (1958)
32. Matrix, The (1999)
*33. To Kill a Mockingbird (1962)*
34. Apocalypse Now (1979)
35. Cidade de Deus (2002) (City of God)
36. Pianist, The (2002)
37. C'era una volta il West (1968) (Once Upon a Time In The West)
38. Third Man, The (1949)
39. Paths of Glory (1957)
40. Taxi Driver (1976)
41. Some Like It Hot (1959)
42. Sen to Chihiro no kamikakushi (2001) (Spirited Away)
43. Fight Club (1999)

44. Double Indemnity (1944)
45. Boot, Das (1981)
46. Singin' in the Rain (1952)
47. Chinatown (1974)
48. L.A. Confidential (1997)
49. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004)
50. Maltese Falcon, The (1941)
51. Requiem for a Dream (2000)
52. All About Eve (1950)
53. Bridge on the River Kwai, The (1957)

54. M (1931)
55. Se7en (1995)
56. Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

57. Saving Private Ryan (1998)
58. Rashômon (1950)
59. Raging Bull (1980)
60. Wizard of Oz, The (1939)
61. Alien (1979)
62. Sting, The (1973)
63. American History X (1998)
64. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
65. Léon (1994)
66. Vita é bella, La (1997) (Life is Beautiful)
67. Manchurian Candidate, The (1962)
68. Treasure of the Sierra Madre, The
69. Touch of Evil (1958)
70. 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
71. Great Escape, The (1963)
72. Reservoir Dogs (1992)
73. Amadeus (1984)
74. Clockwork Orange, A (1971)
75. Modern Times (1936)
76. On the Waterfront (1954)
77. Ran (1985)
78. Finding Nemo (2003)
79. Wo hu cang long (2000) (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon)
80. Annie Hall (1977)
81. Jaws (1975)
82. Braveheart (1995)
83. Apartment, The (1960)
84. High Noon (1952)
85. Aliens (1986)
86. Fargo (1996)
87. Shining, The (1980)
88. Strangers on a Train (1951)
89. Metropolis (1927)
90. Kill Bill: Vol. 1 (2003)
91. Sixth Sense, The (1999)
92. Blade Runner (1982)

93. Duck Soup (1933)
94. City Lights (1931)
95. Donnie Darko (2001)
96. General, The (1927)
97. Great Dictator, The (1940)
98. Sjunde inseglet, Det (1957) (The Seventh Seal)
99. Princess Bride, The (1987)
100. Nuovo cinema Paradiso (1989) (Cinema Paradiso)

It appears Eunice is in for SLB on Sunday... yay for people calling her all the time, haha! ;) This is what she has to say:

Sorry guys, I'm not too reliable with email these days. This is the first time I've sat down in front of my computer all week. I think some of you may have called me while I was at school, but when my phone is in my locker, the caller is unidentified. Sorry!!!!

Yes, Sunday night sounds perfect. It's almost better that I didn't check my email until today because I would have gotten lost in all the emails, and had no idea what the final decision was. Something about Richmond Market and next Monday and Shanghai Wind not being open on Mondays?????? Who knows.

Looking forward to seeing you guys. Not sure if I can come for a movie... I have a ton of preparation to do. Got a busy week ahead.

Later!!! Eunice.

So yay for her being in! I still don't like the idea of Sunday, but nobody ever listens to me anyhow. *sigh* Oh well, I'll try to deal with these nutty weirdos that I call my friends. ;)

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If you keep bombarding us with BBQ emails, I'm not going! / Eunice?! / Various quizzes

Oh, look. Here's another email about the BBQ, this one filled with a bunch of rules... but it wouldn't be a BlastingSimperer email if it didn't include the words "keep it pretty!" somewhere, and she manages to sneak it in. This is full of big bold and italic lettering which I have the consideration not to reproduce here. :P (I agree with my sister's assessment of the woman.. *whew!*)

Want to be a thoughtful, considerate brother or sister of David Fellowship? Meditate and act on the following:

1. EVERYONE - Make a committed specific response to the BBQ Evite of July 21st. Your replies determine the purchasing of sufficient meat, drinks, and dinner supplies. Late replies definitely affect the work of the planning committee and the Fellowship's enjoyment of the dinner.
2. Plan, plan, plan to bring a delicious SIDE DISH which serves 40 or more. For example, if you are planning to only bring 10-15 servings of your side dish, take the initiative to coordinate your efforts with another member to bring more of your side dish. (Check the Evite replies to see what others are bringing and in what quantities.)
3. We are dining at the FEAST TABLE OF LOVE. Make sure everyone feels included in your side dish. Avoid false fears of leftovers as a rationale to risk leaving people out. Care more about people.
4. All hot side dishes should be heated, presentable, and ready for serving when you arrive. Please do not rely on the church kitchen. It will be used by the planning committee to prepare mass quantities of meat and other things for the dinner.
5. Be a loving, supportive giver for Jesus. Avoid the temptation of commitment phobia, work-shyness, and especially, unjustified parsimony.
6. Sacrifice to make your attendance at Fellowship your priority for Jesus and not your default or easily negotiable activity subject to whatever else arising. Your presence matters.

Keep it pretty! Be excellent for Jesus! Thank you for your open minds and hearts.

If I wanted to, I *could* reply with something like "How dare you preach to us and accuse us of being commitment-phobic and not caring because some of us take more time to arrive at decisions? Some of us actually like to THINK about what we do! Leftovers are a REAL CONSIDERATION! My goodness!" But I won't... I do that stuff online, but not really to people I know. Maybe I should start, haha. ;) But honestly, if I get ONE MORE FREAKIN' EMAIL about this, I'm not going! Aiyoh! This is not the kind of "spam / flooding" I enjoy... I don't mind the SLB spam, since Eric is reasonable (most times, haha) and not at all like this other person. (phew!) That's one reason why I put "maybe" on the Evite, haha. I'm not updating my response like my sister had to because of her company dinner, either... I like the "wiggle room" it gives me. :D (speaking of my sister, she won't be there tonight since she has to do something for work!)

Eric got online to ask if I could basically bombard Eunice with phone calls every 15 minutes or so: haha, sure thing! She's apparently never home, and never answers her cell phone either. It's hard to track that girl down, according to him. I have no doubt of that! In any event, I just left a message with her dad with details / mine and Eric's phone numbers. That should do, since she's at school.

Your Lucky Love Color is Blue

When someone gets to know you, the first thing they notice is how deeply you think and feel.
You are calm, reflective, and mature. However, you sometimes seem spacey to those trying to charm you.
And unlike what your color might suggest, you are never really down or "blue" - even after a breakup.
Your heart is thoughtful and rational. You don't let your emotions rule you. It's your head that falls in love.
'What priceless piece of art will you graffito-tag?' at

Edvard Munch's The Scream, eh? Hmm... no, I don't condone this sort of stuff in real life!

Recipe for Love
- 1/4 of a cup of promiscuity

- a heaping teaspoon of wealth

- a pound of beauty
Serve hot.
'What is your recipe for love?' at

Leslie's treasure is hidden...
Under an abandoned psychiatric ward
'Where did you bury your pirate treasure?' at

Your Funky Tank Top Is
The Baby Snap Beater Tank

Cool... I like this!

You Passed 8th Grade Spanish

Congratulations, you got 6/8 correct!

Surprising I still remember this stuff from Spanish 9... o_O

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The day should start at 6 AM, yo! / DRAGON WARRIOR, OBLIVION, and dungeons

Note: LJ Bitch-O-Meter / LJ Tales of Symphonia (Tethe'alla version) / LJ What's Up? blogquizzes. (by Chris, Meowzy, and Michael)

Eric M. got on MSN after midnight to ask me what day this was, since I'd kinda forgotten last Friday. For laughs, I decided to tell him that I had no idea... then I said that it was technically Friday, but I still thought of it as Thursday. He figured that I looked at the computer clock to figure that out (which wasn't good), but that I was right: the day should start at 6 AM, since he still thought of it as Thursday too.

Corey's been telling me that I should play Dragon Warrior because then I get to kill lots of monsters like slimes and such between levels. I remember that game: my brother and I logged many hours playing the first four versions on the (Super) Nintendo whenever we rented it / bought it from Blockbuster or Rogers Video... ah, the good times! :D

He's also been telling me a bunch of stuff about the game HE's been playing (Oblivion) while I go around (redesigned) LJ dungeons. If you add interests or friends, your dungeon design will change completely and it's like a whole new game! (a sense of accomplishment IS there, despite what Corey likes to tell me...)

[00:33:45] mrptptpt: but how would you even turn me invisible in the first place? I have a 100% resistance to magic right now, and even a 75% reflection of physical damage.
[00:55:50] Corey: I also have a full set of glass armor, the strongest light armor there is, plus all of it is enchanted to make me even stronger! :P and I have a really strong enchanted sword that steals your soul when you die, so I can use it to recharge my staff that shoots high powered lightning bolts, or my enchanted bow :P
[01:27:00] Corey: I also have enchanted necklaces / rings that reflect 75% of all physical damage back onto the attacker :P I have magic to let me breathe underwater, walk on water, restore my health, summon all sorts of monsters to fight alongside me, or I can simply burn enemies alive :D
[01:34:34] Corey: well, I have a team of assassins that follow my every command, a tower where I can create magic spells or enchant weapons / armor, or permanently summon a fire / frost / earth elemental to travel with me and protect me :P I also have an undead horse with glowing red eyes that fights a little bit too, and if he's killed, he just comes back to life! :P
[01:35:06] Corey: plus there's about 9 billion dungeons / caves / towns / temples / etc... all over the place

Oh man. Here is Karen's full response to the emails that Terry and Eric sent the group earlier today:

Hi David Fellowship:

Thank you, Terry and Eric, for your caring responses and excellent suggestions. Yes, absolutely, it is best and truly loving for each side dish to be large enough so that no one is left out. Alan, thank you for offering tons of mashed potatoes. How wonderful and generous of you. Thank you to all inner beauties who are giving specific, committed responses to the Evite! Thank you for loving the fellowship.

This Friday, July 14th, after the program, we'll discuss our corporate strategy for the side dishes.

Thank you again for your concern. Look forward to seeing you Friday.

In Christ,
Karen Choo

P.S. Note that transporting tons of piping-hot mashed potatoes requires strategy and focus. Alan has really stepped up for the Fellowship. When every square inch of a passenger vehicle is completely filled with super-hot mashed potatoes, the entire interior of the vehicle including upholstery, dashboard, and trunk must be protected meticulously with thick linings of plastic wrap or foil. For safety and visibility, key tunnels must be dug through the mashed potatoes to allow the driver to operate the vehicle and to see through its windows. As cargo will be hot, the driver must wear a full body mitt which is like oven mitts, but made as a bodysuit. (Thank you, Alan. Everyone loves mashed potatoes.)

"Corporate strategy for the side dishes"? "Truly loving for each side dish to be large..."? "Inner beauties"? Oh, dear... o_O

How often do you listen to music?
Can you replay entire songs in your head?
Has a song ever made a major impact on you?
Do you have a soundtrack to your life?
Do you ever compare moments in your life to song?
Do you have songs that remind you of friends?
Carry batteries with you to your MP3 player?
You like music.
You lothe music.
Music owns you.
You have no idea about the concept of music.
You're nuts.
You really didn't wanna take this quiz.
You can tell I'm new at making quizzes.
You've been living under a rock for ages.
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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Western Family / Save-On Foods Cheesecake, hilariously stupid questions and answers

Note to self: Don't buy the Western Family / Save-On Foods cheesecakes anymore, since they apparently have undergone an ingredient change and now taste like so much cardboard crap. (not that I've actually eaten cardboard crap, but you get the idea!) They used to taste good... then John told me to check the ingredients. How the heck can you not have cheese in SOME form in a CHEESECAKE?! Maybe the other ones in the bakery will actually have (cream) cheese in them. Next month, I swear I'm trying the Milestones white chocolate cheesecake. Aiya. (and the Red Lobster thing doesn't help... aiya!)

Stolen from Amy... reminds me of what I used to read in Court Jesters a long time ago. Funny stuff! :D

Q: Are you sexually active?
A: No, I just lie there.

Q: What is your date of birth?
A: July 15.
Q: What year?
A: Every year.


Q: What gear were you in at the moment of the impact?
A: Gucci sweats and Reeboks.

Q: This myasthenia gravis, does it affect your memory at all?
A: Yes.
Q: And in what ways does it affect your memory?
A: I forget.
Q: You forget? Can you give us an example of something that you've forgotten?

Q: How old is your son, the one living with you?
A: Thirty-eight or thirty-five, I can't remember which.
Q: How long has he lived with you?
A: Forty-five years.

Q: What was the first thing your husband said to you when he woke up that morning?
A: He said, "Where am I, Cathy?"
Q: And why did that upset you?
A: My name is Susan.

Q: Do you know if your daughter has ever been involved in voodoo or the occult?
A: We both do.
Q: Voodoo?
A: We do.
Q: You do?
A: Yes, voodoo.

Q: Now doctor, isn't it true that when a person dies in his sleep, he doesn't know about it until the next morning?
A: Did you actually pass the bar exam?

Q: The youngest son, the twenty-year-old, how old is he?

Q: Were you present when your picture was taken?

Q: So the date of conception (of the baby) was August 8th?
A: Yes.
Q: And what were you doing at that time?

Q: She had three children, right?
A: Yes.
Q: How many were boys?
A: None.
Q: Were there any girls?

Q: How was your first marriage terminated?
A: By death.
Q: And by whose death was it terminated?

Q: Can you describe the individual?
A: He was about medium height and had a beard.
Q: Was this a male, or a female?

Q: Is your appearance here this morning pursuant to a deposition notice which I sent to your attorney?
A: No, this is how I dress when I go to work.

Q: Doctor, how many autopsies have you performed on dead people?
A: All my autopsies are performed on dead people.

Q: ALL your responses MUST be oral, OK? What school did you go to?
A: Oral.

Q: Do you recall the time that you examined the body?
A: The autopsy started around 8:30 PM.
Q: And Mr. Dennington was dead at the time?
A: No, he was sitting on the table wondering why I was doing an autopsy.

Q: Are you qualified to give a urine sample?

Q: Doctor, before you performed the autopsy, did you check for a pulse?
A: No.
Q: Did you check for blood pressure?
A: No.
Q: Did you check for breathing?
A: No.
Q: So, then it is possible that the patient was alive when you began the autopsy?
A: No.
Q: How can you be so sure, Doctor?
A: Because his brain was sitting on my desk in a jar.
Q: But could the patient have still been alive, nevertheless?
A: Yes, it is possible that he could have been alive and practicing law somewhere.

Dear Abby, I have a man I never could trust. He cheats so much, I'm not even sure this baby I'm carrying is his.

Dear Abby, I am a twenty-three-year-old liberated woman who has been on the pill for two years. It's getting expensive and I think my boyfriend should share half the cost, but I don't know him well enough to discuss money with him.

Dear Abby, I suspected that my husband had been fooling around, and when I confronted him with the evidence, he denied everything and said it would never happen again.

Dear Abby, Our son writes that he is taking Judo. Why would a boy who was raised in a good Christian home turn against his own?

Dear Abby, I joined the Navy to see the world. I've seen it. Now how do I get out?

Dear Abby, My forty-year-old son has been paying a psychiatrist $50 an hour every week for two-and-a-half years. He must be crazy.

Dear Abby, I was married to Bill for three months and I didn't know he drank until one night he came home sober.

Dear Abby, Do you think it would be all right if I gave my doctor a little gift? I tried for years to get pregnant but couldn't, and he finally did it!

Dear Abby, My mother is mean and short-tempered. I think she is going through her mental pause.

Dear Abby, You told some woman whose husband had lost all interest in sex to send him to a doctor. Well, my husband lost all interest in sex years ago, and he is a doctor.

Dear Abby, My boyfriend is going to be twenty years old next month. I'd like to give him something nice for his birthday. What do you think he'd like? Carol.
Dear Carol, Never mind what he'd like. Give him a tie.

Dear Abby, Our son was married in January. Five months later, his wife had a ten-pound baby girl. They said the baby was premature. Tell me, can a baby this big be that early? Wondering.
Dear Wondering, The baby was on time, the wedding was late. Forget it.

Dear Abby, I know boys will be boys, but my 'boy' is seventy-three and he's still chasing women. Any suggestions? Annie.
Dear Annie, Don't worry. My dog has been chasing cars for years, but if he ever caught one, he wouldn't know what to do with it.

Dear Abby, I have always wanted to have my family history traced, but I can't afford to spend a lot of money to do it. Any suggestions? Sam.
Dear Sam, Yes. Run for public office.

Dear Abby, What inspires you most to write? Ted.
Dear Ted, The Bureau of Internal Revenue.

Dear Abby, I am forty-four years old, and I would like to meet a man my age with no bad habits. Rose.
Dear Rose, So would I.

Dear Abby, What's the difference between a wife and a mistress? Bess.
Dear Bess, Night and day.

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Feeding the 50 with salmon, croutons, hamburger buns, and lobster tails


I was viewing some girl's Myspace page, and there was a dialog box that popped up asking if I'd seen some weird thing or other... I'm denying THAT friend request! But I'm going to approve StonedItaliano's since I came across his page while doing dungeons last night, hehe... I sent him a message telling him who I was. (long time since we talked!) I also came across Cerowyn's LJ while doing dungeons for my old screen name... I sent him an offliner YM buzz telling him that I'd changed my name a LONG time ago! Heh.. guess we'll see how that goes!

I got two emails about the BBQ next week in my email, stemming from some "please be real and bring SIDE DISHES to keep it pretty for the planning committee's peace of mind" reminder that Karen sent us last night. Here's one from Terry, which I think shows good observation skills for a relative newcomer... that always surprises and impresses me! He's right, though... history has shown what he says over the YEARS I've been attending Fellowship / church in general. I'm not putting him down or pulling rank on him ("I know more than you do because I've attended this church since I was BORN!")... but he's seen the "dessert and talk" nights, and how much food is left over from those things alone! Oh my goodness...

Hey Gals & Guys,

Planning a BBQ for 40 will require a collaborative effort. My suggestion is simply: let's pull together as a fellowship and help out the planning committee on this one. There are about 10 to 15 people confirmed on the eVite which means there will be about 10 to 15 side dishes. Instead, I think we should pull together and go with maybe 5 or 6 "Oh-my-goodness-it's-so-humongous" side dishes served on platters that can only be found in Goliath's house. The rationale behind this is so that everyone can have a little bit of each side dish. If we go with everyone bringing a side dish, then Randal (for example) may bring lobster tails for 10 to 15 people, and if history prevails, I won't get one (25 to 30 others won't either!!!). Let's get together after fellowship on Friday and plan like we are feeding 5000 with 1 salmon and two hamburger buns.


Eric's reply:

So since there are 50 people coming, not 5000, we should plan to bring 1/100 of a salmon, and 2/100 hamburger buns. Cool... all we need is a slice of salmon and two croutons. That is much easier. Hehe. Praises be to God.

Good idea... also, when everybody brings a smaller dish: in the end, it usually ends up being too much of most things. Except the lobster tails... I only ate 15 last time.

There can be difficulties in putting together the food in groups. But we can discuss in more detail this Friday. Financially easy enough, but some people might not be able to get together to do the cooking ahead of time. 2 dishes per Bible Study group or something like that.


Hahaha... yes, let's bring extremely tiny food portions in the hope that God will bless them by increasing the size by a LOT!

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I'm a classic metalhead! / How Hot Am I?

Note: LJ Tales of Symphonia / LJ Cruxis Reign / LJ Sailor Reject Friends / LJ Kind of Evil blogquizzes. (by Emmy, Meowzy, and Rachel)

Here's a metalhead survey from Kaitlin, via Myspace bulletin:

What kind of metalhead are you? Put an X between the brackets of all that apply to you. Then add them up, and whichever one applies most to you, put it as the title and repost.

* The following apply to me:
[x] I enjoy Lord Of The Rings and Dungeons & Dragons
[x] I like extremely long songs
[x] Swords rule
[] I quite often find myself saying "That's epic"
* I listen to the following bands:
[] Helloween
[] Iced Earth
[] Blind Guardian
[] Gamma Ray
[] Stratovarius
[] Hammerfall
[] Dragonforce
[] Sonata Arctica
[] Manowar
[] Edguy
[] Demons & Wizards
[] Rhapsody
[] Symphony Xx
[] Primal Fear

* The following apply to me:
[] I own a patched denim jacket / vest
[] I'm always wasted
[] I think white Reebok high tops are the best shoes ever
[] I like Explorer guitars
* I listen to the following bands:
[x] Metallica
[] Slayer
[] Anthrax
[] Megadeth
[] Testament
[] Overkill
[] Exodus
[] Nuclear Assault
[] Dark Angel
[] Kreator
[] Sodom
[] Destruction
[] S.O.D.
[] Death Angel

* The following applies to me:
[] I like corpse paint
[] I support church burnings
[] I have pictures of myself taken in the forest
* I listen to the following bands:
[] Venom
[] Bathory
[] Celtic Frost
[] Mercyful Fate / King Diamond
[] Burzum
[] Darkthrone
[] Mayhem
[] Dark Funeral
[] Emperor
[] Immortal
[] Enslaved
[] Gorgoroth
[] Satyricon
[] Behemoth

* The following apply to me:
[] Blood and gore rules
[x] Guttural Cookie Monster vocals are awesome
[] The majority of my favourite bands are from Florida
[] You aren't grossed out by song titles like I Cum Blood
* I listen to the following bands:
[x] Cannibal Corpse
[] Obituary
[] Possessed
[] Death
[] Carcass
[] Morbid Angel
[x] Deicide
[] Necrophagist
[] Sepultura
[] Napalm Death
[] Krisiun
[] Nile
[] Dying Fetus
[] Entombed

* The following apply to me:
[] I own Spandex
[] I own leopard print items
[] I go through more hairspray than any human being should
[] I wear more makeup than any human being should
* I listen to the following bands:
[x] Mötley Crüe
[] Ratt
[x] Poison
[] Winger
[] Hanoi Rocks
[] Cinderella
[] Dokken
[] Slaughter
[] Vixen
[] Mr. Big
[x] Def Leppard
[] Quiet Riot
[x] Bon Jovi

* The following apply to me:
[] I wear my leather jacket everywhere
[] biker gloves are badass
[] I get pissed off when someone confuses "glam metal" with sleaze metal.
[] bandannas are my #1 choice of headgear
* I listen to the following bands:
[x] Guns N' Roses
[] Faster Pussycat
[] LA Guns
[] Vains of Jenna
[x] Aerosmith
[] Snakepit
[] Lynch Mob
[] Vinnie Vincent Invasion
[] London
[] Skid Row

* The following apply to me:
[x] I don't think there's anything gay about leather pants
[x] Two guitars are better than one
[] You hate the majority of modern music
[] Rob Halford is God.
* I listen to the following bands:
[] Judas Priest (Candy's got to get me some of that, yo!)
[x] Iron Maiden
[x] Motörhead
[x] Black Sabbath
[x] Ozzy Osbourne
[] Dio
[x] The Scorpions
[] Accept
[] Savatage
[] Girlschool
[] Armored Saint
[] Diamond Head
[] Saxon
[] Grim Reaper

* The following apply to me:
[] I wear baggy Hot Topic pants
[] I hate guitar solos
[] Metal songs with DJ scratches are awesome
[] I hang out at the mall all the time
* I listen to the following bands:
[x] KoRn
[x] Slipknot
[] Papa Roach
[] Limp Bizkit
[] Disturbed
[] Linkin Park
[] Powerman 5000
[] Static-X
[] Drowning Pool
[] Mudvayne
[x] System Of A Down
[x] P.O.D.
[] Saliva
[] Ill Nino

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Wednesday, July 12, 2006

For the last time, this is NOT a sports store! / I got a sweet deal on a water bottle!

I occasionally get phone calls asking if this apartment is SportsChek. I've tried telling people that this isn't a sports store, but I usually get this whiny response: "But this is the number I called, and I was told this is SportsChek / Coast Mountain Sports!" So now I just hang up on them: there was this time when some jabronie insisted that this WAS SportsChek because I'd responded yes when he asked to speak to me. *rolleyes* Since Adela used to work there, I complained to her about it when we were at Daimasu post-Fellowship once: she said that my phone number didn't sound like any store number she'd ever heard of! I got three such calls this morning, so I changed my MSN name to reflect that. Next thing I knew, Eric M. had popped up on my screen to ask: "What goalie pads do you have in? And what was up with your laundry?" Oh, shut up... I'm not talking to you for reasons that may or may not be unrelated to the SLB scheduling! :P

I ignored him for 40 minutes till I had to go grocery shopping, then I told him I'd be back. At the store, I saw some Japanese miso dressing that I had to try: it had 50 less calories in a teaspoon than the Kraft cucumber dill salad dressing I'd settled on. I also saw some strawberry cheesecake ice cream that would satisfy my "doughy cakey ice cream" requirements quite well, along with the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ben and Jerry's stuff I also bought. Scored a sweet deal on a 1L water bottle (kinda like Nalgene, but not): $3 only! Wow! I've wanted to get one for some time, but always thought they were too expensive at most places... so of course had to grab this deal while it lasted! Campbell's Soup now has flavor-themed displays (each flavor has its own section in this cascade), Baxter's has Golden Autumn Vegetable Soup, and Chunky Soup now has Sirloin Burger soup. I had to get that... it said "NOW WITH SIRLOIN!" on the can, and my reaction was "No duh?" Also got some Golden Wheat Korean noodles: mushroom chicken, kimchi, and spicy beef. For some reason, I also got some steak and kidney pie: it was two for a reduced price, but what if I didn't like the one and had to eat the other knowing that? (I overthink these things... but I just got the one :P) I'm all about the quirky flavors, yo! Saw some All-Bran in the store, and a Yaris vehicle on the way home: both of them made me think of my sister, haha.

When I got home and had finished putting away the groceries, I found that Eric had left me a couple more messages: "Back in black? But how much are hockey sticks?" I told him to shush, and got this response: "But I want to get a goalie stick. How much are you selling them for, North Ocean Town Sportschek?" So then I told him "I DON'T CARE ABOUT YOUR GOALIE STICKS!" and answered his earlier sane query about the laundry... people who interrupt dryers mid-cycle are screwed in the head! :P

Then he said "That's not a good way to generate revenue! A jabronie, eh? So why are you not Sports-Chek? Other than the fact that you aren't Sports-Chek... I mean why do you need to claim you aren't Sports-Chek? I mean... last time I checked, you couldn't contact Sports-Chek over MSN! You are only inviting people to bug you about it." Uh, no... he's the only one who'd do that, really. :P (Corey would too, if he only knew what SportsChek was! Hahaha!) Through some more discussion involving my phone number, he's found the solution: "They're pushing too high when trying for the 8, I guess... and that other guy who was insisting you were SportsChek was probably surprised that he got a Leslie, even though it wasn't who he was looking to speak with!" That would probably be it! Thank goodness he found the number online, heh... and also thank goodness that I'm mostly over the SLB scheduling thing, too. :) (then he brought up a SportsChek-sponsored keg party... uh yeah, I don't THINK so!)

Now he wants me to call him "supreme chancellor Eric" and saying "How dare you correct me!" (uh, because you spelled "definitely" wrong? :P) I got him back by referencing Eric Clapton's Cocaine, knowing the way he'd take it. Har har, all in fun here. :D

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"Your stupid?" My stupid what?
Your throws of ecstasy send me into throes of amusement.
Never enter your PIN number on an ATM machine. You could get the HIV virus.
You can defuse a bomb. But diffusing it might be a bad idea.
If you really did have baited breath, you would smell rather fishy.
I before E except after C or when sounding like A as in neighbor or weigh. Unless it's weird.
Your is not mine. You're means you are.
Thru is only a word if you are referring to getting a hamburger in your car.
Rouge is a color. A rogue isn't.
Per se means of itself. Per say is only how you pronounce it.
A horde is a large group, often unruly. To hoard is to gather and often references dragons.
Fire is fiery. Burn all misspellings.
Et cetera does not abbreviate to ect., ecc., or ec. Etc.
E.g. means for example, I.E. means that is. I.E., always be correct.
You should definitely spell definitely definitely.
If you had a D, you wouldn't deserve congratulations.
A lot is two words. Allot means to distribute.

Your Antonio Marras Look Is
Antonio Marras

Funny... my friends' dad is named Anthony Marr. There's also another guy by that name here who's a local environmental activist, I believe.

You scored as Long John Silvers. Although you've been working long and hard to earn your dues, your methods have not always been nice. Oftentimes, you try to be bad when somebody gets in the way, and you find yourself doing the right thing.

Long John Silvers


Mary Read


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Captain James T. Hook


Captain Jack Sparrow


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"Bad kid" survey... 53 here!

Here's a "bad kid" survey from David K., via Myspace bulletin:

If you get over 45, you're considered a bad kid.

1. smoked
2. consumed alcohol
3. slept in the same bed with someone of the opposite sex
4. slept in the same bed with someone of the same sex
5. kissed someone of the same sex
6. had sex
7. had someone in your room of the opposite sex
8. watched porn
9. bought porn
10. done drugs

1. taken painkillers
2. taken someone else's prescription medicine
3. lied to your parents
4. lied to a friend
5. snuck out of the house
6. done something illegal
7. cut yourself
8. hurt someone
9. wished someone to die
10. seen someone die

1. missed curfew
2. stayed out all night
3. eaten a carton of ice cream by yourself
4. been to a therapist
5. been to rehab
6. dyed your hair
7. received a ticket
8. been in an accident
9. been to a club
10. been to a bar

1. been to a wild party
2. seen the Mardi Gras
3. drank more than four beers in a night
4. had a spring break in Florida
5. sniffed anything
6. wore black nail polish
7. wore arm band
8. wore t-shirts with band names
9. listened to rap
10. own a 50 Cent CD

1. dressed gothic
2. dressed prep
3. dressed punk
4. dressed grunge
5. stole something
6. been too drunk to remember anything
7. blacked out
8. fainted
9. had a crush on your neighbor
10. had someone sneak into your room

1. snuck into someone else's room
2. had a crush on your best friend
3. been to a concert
4. dry-humped someone
5. been called a slut
6. called someone a slut
7. installed speakers in your car
8. broken a mirror
9. showered at someone of the opposites sex's house
10. brushed your teeth with someone else's toothbrush

1. consider Ludacris your favorite rapper
2. seen an R-rated movie in theaters
3. cruised the mall
4. skipped school
5. had surgery
6. had an injury
7. gone to court
8. walked out of a restaurant without paying
9. caught something on fire
10. lied about your age

1. owned an apartment
2. broke the law in police presence
3. cheated with someone
4. got in trouble with the police
5. talked to a stranger
6. hugged a stranger
7. kissed a stranger
8. rode in the car with a stranger
9. been sexually harrassed
10. been verbally harrassed

1. met face-to-face with someone you met online
2. stayed online for 12 hours straight
3. talked on the phone for more than 4 hours straight
4. watched TV for 12 hours straight
5. been to a fair
6. been called a bad influence
7. cursed
8. prank-called someone
9. laid in a bed with someone of the opposite sex
10. cheated on a test

1. cheated on homework
2. held hands with someone of the same sex
3. been pushed into a pool
4. played pool
5. watched 5 hours of MTV straight
6. had a crush on someone 8 years older than you
7. had a crush on someone younger than you
8. worn eyeliner
9. skinny-dipped
10. laughed at a retarded person in a wheelchair

Repost this with how many you have as a title. (53 here)

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Meeting Felicity (or is it Michael?) / Blogquizzes

Note: Serious LJ fun / LJ bachelorette party / LJ Date blogquizzes. (by Liv, Bobo, and Crazy Child) [Liv reminds me of Liv Hilde in elementary school, and Bobo reminds me of Dawn's Chinese name]

Meeting Felicity at Boston Pizza went all right... she called me a while before we met, and I was surprised that she sounded like a man. Then again, I knew to expect this thanks to a comment that Jake (zeblith) made in RandomThought a while ago. When I got there, I discovered that there was very good reason WHY she sounded like a man: she WAS one! (I guess no surgery has happened yet...) One of the first things said to me was "You might as well call me Michael." Okay, sure thing! Met two of the roommates Joe and Fruvous (yes, derived from the band... real name Michael... he had cool red hair): another one left rather suddenly upon my appearing at the table, and there was another person (Julian) who apparently was the one who answered the phone yesterday. So five guys in one place... messy! Heh... I *so* wanted to ask questions perhaps inappropriate for the venue, such as how the knowledge was formed as to the transgendered thing. Maybe later, haha.

We all discussed Ted Nugent's rather uncomplimentary remarks about Pantera and "Dimebag" Darryl Abbott ("he was gonna die that way anyhow, leading that lifestyle - look at his nickname!".... uh, he got SHOT ONSTAGE BY A CRAZY LUNATIC!), the Doors, Jim Morrison, Danny Sugarman, Jimi Hendrix, creative geniuses being kinda unstable, how Iggy Pop / Ozzy Osbourne were still alive after all the stuff they've done, comedy, true crime (Kentucky teen vampires and documentaries), Pink Floyd / Syd Barrett, LJ, comedy, Chevy Chase on Youtube, Roseanne Barr, Oprah, and other assorted things. They got on a long tangent of discussing science fiction / Stephen Hawking / the online community of nerds. Then we discussed books, Anne Rice, Stephen King, descriptive passages and dialogue in books, and reading in general. While telling them about Shanghai Wind and the 21 steamers of stuff, I realized that I probably would miss it if I didn't go on Sunday despite the organizer IGNORING MY PREFERENCES! So I'll probably go, and then complain about my sleep. ;) (no, just kidding... I was just going to ignore everyone all weekend, but doing that all the time would be counter-productive)

It was certainly an interesting time out, and definitely something to bug my mom about. Nice meeting them for sure, even though (as per usual) I was a little quiet. Just listening and taking the whole experience in... no slight against them. Now I have to respond to that Evite... it's been sitting there for like a month, haha. The only problem is that I don't know whether I want to go or not! Eeep.

Oh, and I also got a bunch of zines with artwork in them... very cool. (no special fonts... or inventing yourself right out of a job to make yourself obsolete here!)

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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

If I were living a pirate's life...

If ye were living a Pirate's Life.......

Your name is Leslie, an honoured 'guest' of the ship.
You have 687 dubloons.
You have had sex 8 times so far today.
You have drank 18 bottles of rum so far today.

You are wearing a hot pink hat, with a leopard top and polka dot pants with high-cut boots..
You saw an albatross up in the sails, a bad omen..

Your weapon of choice is an unused sword.

You meet your end never. You are forever damned to roam the seas.

If ye were living a Pirate's Life...
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Also, I dunno why I'm saying that Boston Pizza is too expensive for me when I want to eat the BLING entrees at Milestones! (Kobe beef meatloaf, steak and shrimp in Brazilian lime sauce, and white chocolate cheesecake)

Maybe I'll call my mom tomorrow and freak her out by telling her that I met ONLINE PEOPLE for a quick bite to eat, haha. :D (we'll see what happens tonight... I need to shower and edit my "online people" / BootyBase entries still, eh?)

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R.I.P. Syd Barrett, dreams of tigers ripping throats out, unexpected Boston Pizza invitations

I just heard that Syd Barrett (the founder and creative genius behind Pink Floyd) was found dead at the age of 60 in his home on Friday. :(

I dreamed that I was in a high-wire circus act where there was a malfunction. A girl who was dressed up in a blingy "Hoochie Mama" costume was going down the wire when another girl in the control booth yelled "EISLEY, HOLD ON!!!!" because there was a snag in the top wire. Unfortunately, Eisley didn't hear her, so went screaming all the way down to the snag. The tiger took advantage of her precarious position and ripped her throat to shreds. In real life, this would NOT be a well-trained animal! (I'm not saying certain people in my life deserve that kind of fate for not listening to me and putting my preferences first, because NOBODY does... but it's something to think about on a much smaller scale, muhahahaha!)

The performers were all sent home to recover for a while from the shock: I was in Jon's room watching him and Jamie (jaebird) play a computer game, and I organized his pens / pencils / binders for him. Barry actually appeared in this dream as someone who wanted to be let out of the house. Strangely enough, the outside looked like an idealized version of the view out the front door of my apartment... I woke up when I'd helped Barry with his black suitcase. Weird... o_O

Then I got up to find a random AIM message from someone named "jimmyfolder" who said: "What's Mike's middle name? I must know." Since I had no idea who that was, I closed the window. (I know a bunch of Mikes, and know at least one's middle name... but I'm not telling random people that info since it stays in my BootyBase, haha!) I also found an invitation from Felicity (morbioid) on YM: I called her yesterday night, but she apparently wasn't home. She's supposedly getting together with her roommates for dinner after 9 at Boston Pizza... even after I decide that the place is a bit too expensive for me, it sucks me back in! Aiyoh... at least today is Pasta Tuesday! She says she'll give me a call to let me know if it's still on, as she's off to work now... fine by me!

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Cherry Garcia, SLB, ignoring my wishes, quizzes

I've discovered I don't like Cherry Garcia as much as the ice creams with crunch and doughy things in them. Don't get me wrong, it's good... just not my ultimate fave. :D

Eric told me that the SLB thing would be Sunday unless Eunice can't make it. Then don't be surprised if I don't show up because I'm sleeping! (dude, I need my sleep on Sundays...) He told me not to "bang the home row"... that's how I keyboard smash, so put that in your pipe and smoke it! In an email, he wants us to reply directly to him so he can process the information and send out mass emails. Uh yeah... some of us LIKE having control over the contents of our email boxes! I like this kind of spam, but I can understand his reasoning. Still, I think mass emails do equal a flood... but "my apologies to this flood of emails" doesn't make sense unless he IS apologizing to the emails. I find this highly unlikely, and think he meant "FOR" the flood of emails. Structure and grammar, people! :P At least I corrected him on that (and discussed singing) before he signed off MSN for the night. :D (I love it when I can correct people, haha)

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417 Expectation Failed
You are HTTP 417: EXPECTATION FAILED! Life really isn't as disappointing as you make it out to be. Maybe your expectations are too high... ever think of that?

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The other results:

400 Bad Request
You are HTTP 400: BAD REQUEST! You are a mess of crossed wires. Things get turned around and nothing makes sense. But it's not your fault. You were just programmed that way.

402 Payment Required
You are HTTP 402: PAYMENT REQUIRED! It's all about money with you, isn't it? You're like a cold calculating computer program, only concerned with the return at the end. Good luck with that.

403 Forbidden
You are HTTP 403: FORBIDDEN! You hate it when anything goes on without your permission. You're tightfisted and controlling and frankly, a bit of a brat.

404 Not Found
You are HTTP 404: NOT FOUND! You're the most popular of all the errors. Everyone knows you. You're really really nice, if a little scatterbrained. See you soon!

409 Conflict
You are HTTP 409: CONFLICT! You are mean! You spend all your time spoiling for a fight, and picking ones with people you don't know. You might want to see someone about that.

410 Gone
You are HTTP 410: GONE! Face it, you're just not here with the rest of us. That's okay, but we wish you wouldn't tease us so. If you're not here, don't pretend you are!

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