Friday and Saturday were excellent excellent days. Not only did everything go according to plan on Friday, but everything announced, revealed and learned on Friday was very very good news. We're launching one of my projects on Monday, which is making everyone happy and we're getting a new version of a software package we've been beta-testing for a year which is going to solve a ton of issues with so many people above us. Our entire working group was aglow during the remote-demo a guy in Colorado gave to us at the end of the day. Smiles smiles everywhere.
Jake picked me up from work to be whisked away to Fairport to visit a workbuddy of his and his wife. When I introduced myself, he apparently knew all about me already. "I've heard so many stories about you." Hmm... curious.
Friday night four of us went out to a new Mexican restaurant out in Chili (pronounced Chai-lie) that just opened up: San Jose. Not only is it much closer than the other one we've been going to, but it was packed and very delicious. And most importantly... the food cooked by actual Mexicans. Makes it so much better. Jake begged me to play Heroquest with him, which I complied until 1am. I'm getting pretty good at the game, and I make it so much more entertaining. I don't like Fantasy voices or playacting, so I make him change all the names to contemporary versions and the storyline to something more modern. Pisses him off, but I do love to piss people off.
Saturday was designating "landscaping and yard work day" at the Massey's, which I dutifully volunteered. Without a yard of my own, I relish the chance to help out. I grew up with plants, I spent my summers in vegetable gardens... it's very soothing and relaxing to immerse yourself in nature. So we all loaded up and headed off to this 5-acre nursery on Buffalo Road (oddly really close to the Mexican place from the previous night) and spent the next 2 hours picking out new plants, seeds, dirt, tools, plastic and mulch into our gigantic cart which by the end weighed 300 pounds. Rachael even got a giant Lilac bush, even though I volunteer to steal a bit of the bush from my mother's place (which you can see the large black bush in her front yard which is begging to be pruned).
But by the time we got done, back and unloaded and started planting and digging (in which I spliced my damn nail) it was time to meet up some friends for thai food at King & I. Busy busy, in which I also avoided doing homework for my class, which I dutifully did all evening last night.
Plans for today? Meeting my group at Starbucks to finish up our homework, then more planting with Rachael this afternoon. They want to adopt me.. at least.. until planting season is over.
Sunday, April 30, 2006
Thursday, April 27, 2006
I finally got to see Silent Hill with Jake last night. The movie could be split into two separate movies. The first half was a lot of fun, made me jump, cowl, scream and wither is fear. The second half felt like a home movie.. boring, nauseating and pointless. I'm glad I saw it, but the movie lost its "horror movie" feel soon after Alice Krige (of Star Trek fame) was introduced as a villain. It just became silly after that, and I just kept sighing and shaking my head as the tortured, burned and devilish child that produced the nightmare went into a 15 minute explanation as to why she was doing it. Blah.
During my Tuesday night veg-session, in which I watched 4 hours of nonstop quality TV programming, I was watching one of my more favorite shows Ghost Hunters in which they normally visit haunted homes, museums, libraries, lighthouses, sanitariums, etc, etc across the country. It's a couple of guys with a team of assistants that ghost hunt on the weekends and do plumbing for their day jobs. The show is a lot of fun, and they recently visited Canandaigua, NY which is just south of Rochester and is where my mother works. It was funny seeing familiar places on national TV and when I later told my mom (whom works for 911), she knew exactly the places they visited. Ha.
Did you hear about the latest legislation by Congress? Due to high gas prices, politicians are frantically seeking ways to stay in favor with voters (and rightly so), but one of the ideas that recently came out is a $100 gas rebate to every taxpayer that makes under $150,000 a year. Hmm.. instead of giving us $1 billion back, how about we invest that billion into more research, tax credits for hybrids and/or maybe building ONE more refinery? I hate to complain (seeing how I drive so rarely) but I don't see giving us money back will solve the issue.
In other entertainment news, there is a new Star Trek movie in the works, which I'm disappointed with. Instead of sticking to a formula, which albeit hasn't been working perfectly, they're moving to a storyline that I cannot think of a single fan will enjoy. It's disappointing, but it will be nice to have another movie in a year or two. But the BIGGER news, is the recent revelation of a spinoff of the popular Battlestar Galactica series. The name is to be Caprica based around the families of the main characters set 50 years before the current show. Ronald D. Moore has yet to disappoint (season finale excluded) and I'm sure whatever comes of this new show will be rockin.
Not much else going on. Trying not to develop a headache from work stress. :)
Posted by Luke at 3:41 PM
Tuesday, April 25, 2006
So my favorite bloggers are taking a break from posting, moving, are out and about on vacation or simply drifting into inactivity. It happens.. to all of us. I try to not view a blog as an obligation but as an outlet to express myself since repeating myself to the same 3 people got annoying. ;) But I like sharing my pictures, my thoughts and sharing the adventures I have and the roadblocks I encounter.
Today has been a bitchfest at work. It actually started yesterday with a demo I gave to a couple folks, and it's extended to today with several folks nitpicking details and causing strife and stress for others. I don't blame anyone for being who they are, but I also do my best not to be affected by any of it. Last year I realized the frivolity of it all and simply nod, smile and move on. Nothing is worth getting upset over, even if you have to continue to work with them. I can only imagine how people bitch about me, but even then, the problem lies with them, and not me.
Juan emailed me a while ago to show me a new website he's created. If you have any web presence at all (blog, website, profile, etc) it might be worth it to visit his site. It helps you generate code to hide your email address from web-bots that grab it off your site and spam you to death over and over. We've been hit hard for about 2 months now with spam (getting through our thick filters) and I'm hoping munging up our contact website with his scripts will help us.
I grabbed Shakira's new album Oral Fixation Volume 2 and have been jamming to it for about 4 days. CindyV was/is obsessed with her back in college, and each trip out to California we'd all go to a Korean kareoke place to sing in our booths. CindyV would always choose the Spanish versions of Shakira's hits. I especially am enjoying her 'Hips Don't Lie' and 'How Do You Do'. Shakira is loosely religious, and her play on the traditional Catholic rituals in her music brings back some memories of childhood. Her voice is amazing, and quite enthralling.
I've been fishsitting for the last week and a half. I love fish. I have a big black molli at home, and I have a bunch of medicines that I share whenever the office fish are sick. This one hates me. Bettas are naturally aggressive (they are, after all, fighting fish) but I'm the only one this guy challenges. Let's just hope his mom gets back soon before I have take him out. It's either him or me.
Still waiting to see Silent Hill with Jake:
I’ll let you know if/when I can fit in a movie. I expect you to leave every second of every day open for it, just in case I call. Wait by the phone. Put the phone on a table, turn the volume up, grab a large box of cereal and a few gallons of Diet Coke, and wait by the phone.
Posted by Luke at 1:21 AM
Sunday, April 23, 2006
Longest.. Friday.. ever. by the end of the day, there were two of us sitting in the office. Everyone else had gone home, taken the day off or wandered away to play golf. And it was so nice out. But my plans for the evening made up for it. I love the warmer weather. Lets you stay outside that much longer.
I went to two art openings on Friday night, both in downtown, both with a bunch of people I've met a couple times, but rarely remember their names. Which isn't bad, since the one guy, Nate, doesn't even remember Rachael's name, let alone my own. Right after work, we left for the one that was in a giant former castle called the Rochester Armory in downtown which held to a medieval theme with performers (dancers, gypsies, sword swallowing, porn stars, fortune tellers, mimes and ninjas). The performers were just there for the mood, but the art auction was a lot of fun. Three floors of so much variety (over 500 pieces of art), with over 400 people in this giant building. At $20 per person, I bet they recouped their expenses. I especially enjoyed the photographs that several artists had on display. Rachael knew I'd enjoy the eclectic art of this one photographer.. whom eerily was taking pictures of people looking at his photos.
And every piece had a price, quite obviously, but a lot of it seemed over priced. Especially the photos! Um, yeah. You can just mass produce that buddy. I ain't spending $1800 on something you can just keep making after I walk away. Give me the original and destroy the negatives. And I need your first born. One of the highlights of the entire thing was this performer walking up to Jake, pounding a nail into his face and then having Jake pull it out. Ick, eww. The sound was horrible.
And it was humorous to watch the people crowd around the appetizers and how people shuffled back into that room when they brought a new tray in. Um.. yeah, I don't get that excited over broccoli and carrots, but thanks. As we were leaving the show, we noticed George Carlin's show was about the start at the Convention center. And we thought it was $5 to park at the art auction. Ha!
Spent awhile at dim sum with the 7 folks we met up with at the auction. Last time I was with these guys we were eating Dim Sum back when Jake bought his miata (which broke down this weekend for racing.. :( ), Wayne of course chatted me up, his wife asked all about CindyV and her status in L.A., and Jake harped on me to get my discount applied to his check too. But the food was fantastic and I miss going there weekly.
Rochester contemporary had a woman's art with the theme of breadmaking. Fantastic! So creative. I especially enjoyed the two wall-sized photos of the water dripping down the glass oven and the time exposed photo of the clothe-baked loaf. May not sound that interesting, but I enjoyed it enough to spend 2 hours looking at 10 pieces of art.
I think I spent all of Saturday recovering from the 8 hour Friday night. Make that Saturday and Sunday. But tonight we're heading out to see Silent Hill, which should be horrificly fun. Go see it!
Posted by Luke at 3:59 PM
Friday, April 21, 2006
Such a jam packed week. Unbelievable. I endured the pain that was my Monday night class, the PAIN that was my orthodontic appointment (which has given me a splitting headache since Tuesday). My top teeth have moved a good 3mm outward, which has been pleasing to see in the mirror, but painful with everything I eat now.
I've been spending more and more time outside. It's so beautiful out, and such a waste to be inside. Tuesday I had this large errands run I did, which included picking out new curtains for my place. I've had the same old blinds for 2 years now, and I'm looking for style with a bit of privacy. After getting some advice this past weekend, I bought a couple kits, some navy curtains, and spent a couple drilling, screwing, splicing and hanging dowels and cloth. It looks good! So pleased.
I'm putting in so much time to all my little pet projects and I'm just so engaged and busy with everything right now. It's good to be busy! Makes the weeks fly by. I had to put together a status report for my boss for the four main projects I'm working on at my job, and it's just so pleasing to see so much time and effort coming together toward the end of it all. May is the due date for everything, so come this summer, I'll be twiddling my thumbs for 3 months.
Last night I skipped class and went and saw Scary Movie 4 with Nola in Brockport. We had some terrific Ethiopian food at Dashen down on South Ave and finished up the evening with Jake and Rachael playing Ticket to Ride Europe (I finally won..) and planning the weekend's festivities.
Tonight we're headed to Dim Sum at Golden Port and an art show Rochester Contemporary around 7. Though I wish I was headed to NYC with Nola right now. Safe trip!
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Wow! What a weekend and what a great start to the week. I so looked forward to such a wonderful couple days away from life and was not disappointed in the least. Above, I share with you, my adventure at our annual Easter Egg hunt. Corny? Maybe. Blair Witchy? Definitely. Scary? Depends on who you ask. ;) It's a race from start to finish. The hunt lasted 30 minutes and it was kill or be killed. Even though I fell down at the end of the video, I rolled, got up and continued on my way.
"Did someone fall down here?" Love it. I took several videos and about 2 dozen pictures. In another video, you see me racing about 100 yards to try to beat two other adults to a stash of chocolate bunnies. Hey! We take this seriously.
I ended up winning the hunt, sacrificing all the chocolate distractions for hard core eggs. The prizes were great and watching my mother smear body butter all over my aunt's face priceless.
So, as you can see, the hunt went really well. Plus I kept to my word and ate really light and felt good the entire time. Sunday was our big family dinner, and I helped several people with their computers and images from vacations. I am the fixit man, it seems. Between running taxes for coworkers last week, emergency 11pm phone calls from anxious computer crashers, I seem to consult more than I play. But I raced back to Rochester on Sunday evening to make several dishes for Jake and Rachael's Easter dinner at their house.
I ended up making this great fruit salad in my new truffle bowl and also the often requested corn casserole. I brought a ton of food, they made a ton of food, but nobody else came. Apparently, everyone has better things to do on Easter Sunday. ;) So it was the three of us, with Dave arriving a bit late, for the evening.
Between helping Jake put in his new car seat (which required welding, cutting, pounding and bending) to watching TV until all hours of the evening, I think I've spent way too much time with these guys. ;) Or maybe just enough. Rachael called me late last night to ask some questions about a couple TV shows, and I could hear Jake yelling in the background obscenities in my general direction. I guess he's just jealous I have things in common with his wife.
Posted by Luke at 11:41 AM
Saturday, April 15, 2006
A big weekend ahead. I ran a bunch of errands yesterday after work (longest.. afternoon.. ever) which included dropping Jake's tires back off at his place, heading into town to buy a million things and getting pepped up about the upcoming events.
Friday was fantastic. Two of my coworkers took me out to lunch to this wonderful Itanlian restaurant called Panzari's Italian Bistro as a huge thank you for all the support, help, advice and common sense in the recent projects/disasters/drama that has occured in our office. My boss even personally came down to my office (first time in 2 years) and thanked me for my efforts. It means a lot more coming from her. I'm happy to help. Now, can I have those days off?? ;)
Saturday is my family's annual Easter Egg hunt. Love it. Loved it since I was a wee tot. We've been doing it since before I was born and its just nice to reconnect to your childhood. Imagine 15 adults, several children all combing the 3 acre grounds/woods/yard for some 150 eggs, each of which is attached to a gift of some sort.
About 4 years ago I accidentally got 4 barbies (since I got those particular eggs, several of which were high up in trees), much to the dismay of my tiny cousins. I made them trade me candy for them, unwillingly. Since then, several changes have been made to the hunt, but the essence of the fun is still intact. It's still a big hoot to run each other down to get knocked down into the mud.
Then Sunday there are two Easter dinners I'm headed to. The 2nd of which will include a bunch of folks at Jake's place. They're spending it in Rochester, and have invited a bunch of their friends in a dish to pass type situation. Yesterday I bought a trifle bowl from Linen's & Things with a gift card and plan to use it for a giant fruit salad thing I'm gonna try to create and I'm brining the famed corn casserole. Not making anything for today's events.. simply because for 2 weeks I've been eating really well and have actually lost 10 pounds.
I've been busy.. really busy... and apologize for not keeping up with everyone's lives. Will try to make a better effort to do so. Things shifted to being busier at work and I hardly have enough time to do the work let alone blog about my life.
:) Have a great weekend.
Posted by Luke at 10:01 AM
Thursday, April 13, 2006
I've had a very busy couple of days. Most of it dealing with tires, tires and more tires. Jake picked me up from work at 4p on Tuesday to do a whirlwind tire thing with my car, his car and about 20 tires. We went to his place to pick them all up and pack them into our two little cars and head out into the boonies to drop them off. I had my new set that I bought a month ago (that have been sitting in my dining room, much to the glee of the cat) and Jake had 16 that each had specific instructions. Some had wheels, some were new, some were on wheels that were to become scrap, some were just to be removed and kept and all wheels had to have a tire.
Yeah. The lady taking notes got lost a couple times. She pulled out this giant piece of chalk and started marking everything up. By the end, she was so frustrated she just said she'd call him when they got to it and he could walk them through it over the phone. But my car was easy... 4 new ones on my wheels. Poof, done. Plus it was only $35 to get them mounted and balanced. Heck of a deal. Overall, I spent $240 on four nice new tires (Luke tested, Jake approved) with mounting and balancing. They dealer wanted to charge $450. Yeah.. right.
We hung around his place for about 2 hours until we finally got sick of staring aimlessly at the ceiling.. and headed downtown to O'Callaghan's Irish Pub on Monroe Ave. A neat lively place. We played 7 sets of pool and drank a wheeee bit much, especially since I only had a small salad all day. The specials were great and I definitely enjoyed whatever I had. Green Irish beer? Something.
Fast forward a day and we're repeating the same process. Jake picked me up from work at 4:30p to go pick up the tires and my car from the place. Apparently, they couldn't/wouldn't do his tires set due to probably damage to his tiny tiny rims. But my car was done, we packed it all up, and headed out to Webster around 5 (ugh, rush hour) only to find that our 25 minute journey in two cars was all for naught. This new tire place refused to do them as well. Poor Jake, all he wants is a reasonable price for his 16 tires. But now I have the joy of riding around with a set of tires in my back seat and another set in my truck for awhile.
But we rented a couple horror movies, ordered some takeout (no worries, I'm still on my eating plan... ;) ) and headed back to my place for the night. Lots of fun. Little less alcohol, but all in all, two very packed evenings with Jako. I think if I didn't have class tonight, we'd be doing it again. He's going to try to find a new place today. I may be getting another call around 3... "Can you get out at 4???"
Posted by Luke at 10:19 AM
Tuesday, April 11, 2006
My operations course is driving me insane. I don't understand it. I may have bitten off more than I can chew. I took the prerequisites for it, but that may not have been enough. There is no book... nothing to read from to make better understanding of the material. I'm a bit lost. I spent 5 hours on the homework yesterday, about the same as the average, but I didn't do it correctly. There is no final exam, so a lot rides on the late midterm. I think May is going to be hella-nerve racking when it comes down to the wire.
The weekend was uplifting and stress relieving. But I didn't get anything done! I had so much to do and I just didn't do it. I filled my time elsewhere, spending time with people that I love to be around. Didn't touch any of my chores. Didn't touch my two homework assignments. Didn't do any laundry. Didn't go grocery shopping. I was in my apartment for maybe 6 hours the whole weekend. It went by so fast, I all too wished for a snow day on Monday just to extend it a little more. Even though it's 70 degrees out now. Yeah right, no more snow, please.
I was at the airport waiting for about an hour. Plane had landed, people were out, but the luggage didn't come down. I had the circle the arrivals road loop 5 times. I followed a string of cars doing the same thing. But I drove the pair back to their places and stayed the night, treating them to a big breakfast in the morning. Surprisingly, I haven't been hungry lately. It's funny.. I was in such pain over the last week from hunger.. but I haven't been hungry for about four days now. It's nice to finally be at the point where you can control the whole eating thing. Plus I've adjusted to the time change enough to work out in the mornings again. 'Bout time.
This week isn't anything special. Gonna try to get out and enjoy the nice weather as much as I can.
Posted by Luke at 10:28 AM
Saturday, April 08, 2006
So I was beat down a notch at work by my boss. I requested some time off for a really important spontaneous occasion in May and was told absolutely no. When I tried to negotiate for some leeway so the event wouldn't be a total wash.. I was just downright denied my request. It's amazing, but I shouldn't expect otherwise. I wouldn't tell them why I needed the time off, just that it was important and that it wasn't avoidable. I'm not one to beg. When I have something coming to me, I will receive it. Apparently, my vacation bank isn't mine to have. I've taken maybe 3 days off in the last 9 months. That's about all I'll be able to take until the summer, according to my boss.
A bunch of us went out to lunch on Friday. We went out last Friday as well. It's becoming quite the little occasion. I was even invited to a social gathering on Friday night. It's nice to split the work day into two halves by completely detaching yourself from work in the middle of it. Plus the people are entertaining and full of conversation. At least I work with pleasant people, at least the ones that are under 30. At least the ones that work the full day.
I've been programming for about 9 days straight. I need a break. I need it now.
This weekend has been filled with adventure, stories, food and amusement, and it has just started. A bunch of us are hanging out with Jake this afternoon... working on his car, playing all sorts of games, going out to dinner and just hanging out. Dave brought a semiautomatic pellet gun, which looks incredibly real. Jake and him were waving it around on the sidewalk in front of his place. I suggested they not wave a gun around in the midst of the 19th ward with children around on the streets and car chases happening. They tend to take my advice. Marathons of movies, too much pizza, late night excursions and tales of debauchery are expected to follow. No responsibilities in sight, which is all too welcome.
I am picking up a couple of folks from the airport and headed to their place late late tonight. It's gonna be a loooooong Saturday.
Posted by Luke at 7:15 PM
Thursday, April 06, 2006
I'm really getting bored with winter. And the fact that it keeps going spring, winter, spring, winter and back to spring. Warm one day and bitter cold the next. I'm getting pepped up about some photography projects I'm going to start in this summer. Not sure what I'll do with all the photos, but I'll put them to good use. Who knows, you may see a $6 calendar at your local mall by me. One could only wish. Or maybe not. Who buys $6 calendars anyway? Who buys calendars? Haven't the picture calendars gone the way of fuzzy dice and furbies? But my buddy Pete has gotten really good with his camera, so we may go out and try some things and learn from each other.
This blogging project I'm working on is going really splendidly. While I can't link you to it, I can report over 47 people are now blogging happily. I think I've wiped clean all possible bugs and I'm working on expanding the functionality and expanding the options to have all the wonderful and fun things we have on blogger and even some we don't have here. Namely, the ability to put a password on the blog so only family/friends that know the password can read it. I also spent a couple hours designing templates for the users to choose from. So far, they love it.
I really don't understand guy's need to talk while at the urinal. Lately each time I'm remotely close to the bathroom, someone starts a conversation. *I* don't want to talk about office politics or the meeting agenda while you're holding your penis. No offense, but it's just not something I'm willing to negotiate on. and the vulgarity! Since when is it not appropriate to use that language outside the bathroom BUT INSIDE it's fine? I've heard the d, b, s and f words more times *in* the bathroom this week than I have the last 3 years outside the bathroom. Sheesh.
So this whole new thing I'm trying is sapping my workout energy level and making me ache.. but it's working. I'm eating about 1,000 calories less than normal and my stomach just isn't used to it... yet. I bought a ton of vegetables and fruits that I'm eating all throughout the day with some protein at night. No breakfast except a small snack in the midmorning. So far, so good. I just need to adjust to this time change and all will be set. The actual eating less isn't a problem once you get used to it and stop reaching for that bagel on Fridays or that piece of candy at 11am... 2pm and 4:30pm. I've told my coworkers to throw something at me if I come near their candy dish.
Last night's adventure included a new episode of Survivor, trying to get our (Jake and I) bikes fixed at the local bike shop, grocery shopping since his wife is out of town and he'll die without food (and someone to help him pick out food that he should eat) and then a rousing evening of board games, fake-chicken-wing vegetarian pizza and late late LATE night Survivor reruns on the OLN station. Rip roaring, I tell ya.
And good news for those against intelligent design.
P.S. I miss Thora and Missy.
Tuesday, April 04, 2006
Okay, so I'm a big liar. Didn't the tagline at the top of the blog sum it up? I've been sooooo busy, and it's just slipped my mind completely to blog about it all. I mean, for sure, we're now in a new month AND a new hour. All these changes and not a single peep out of me.
Classes have been going splendidly. I'm really enjoying my Thursday night class (Internet Marketing). My Monday night class (Spply Chain Management) is going to be pure hell. Not that filtered hell you buy from the store, but true unadulterated pain and suffering at the hands of professor thick Australia accent. As much as I love the aussies.. it's just hard to understand them.
I was able to catch the movie Slither with Jake on Friday night. Had some plans, but he called me at the last minute and if you know me at all, you you know I'll drop anything to spend time with Jake. So yeah.. Slither. Why you ask? Why ... everyone has been asking? I like horror movies. I love stupid funny horror/zombie movies. And this was a good time. Who doesn't like sex-crazed worms from space?
Plus it had Nathan Fillion, of Serenity fame, as its lead. A meteor comes to Earth, a huge slug crawls across the forest floor and it 'stings' a passerby. He immediately becomes this creature, ala Goa'uld from Stargate, and starts absorbing people, animals and other living things. He even impregnates a woman whom balloons up and explodes in an array of baby worms that head into the local town. Everyone's now a zombie and the few remaining must fight the good fight and try to make their way for help, or die trying. I loved it and would recommend it to anyone that loves B-horror movies.
I've been such a dedicated little worker as of late. Last week I finished off job #2 (which was NOT on my todo list) and am making final preparations for job #3. With job #2, I billed the department over 60 working hours.. which means by month's end I'll have a NICE chunk of change to play with. I have maybe 10 more hours for job #3 (which I don't know WHEN I'll be able to fit that in) and then I'll be able to bill them 45 working hours. That's over 3 grand... extra. And with no vacation this summer.. all that goes right into the bank. Ohh.. bliss. Sounds good to me. But this weekend I spent over 16 hours programming for a personal project I'm working on. For what? None other than... blogging! Yes, I'm setting up a website for folks to blog using a really nice piece of software I acquired and am customizing. I've already gotten 15 people signed up and using it. Once it takes off.. I can start putting ads all over the place and make some more moolah. OK OK.. enough talk of money.
Okay, I lied again. I did my taxes this weekend. I was worried I'd owe a bit, since who knows how my medical FLEX account would screw with my income level and such.. but it turns out a refund of over a grand is coming back to me. I'm like a kid in a candy store. April has been VERY nice to me.. and it just started. Tho I promised to buy my sister a pony if I got $1,000 back... so I guess its time to visit Lollypop Farm. ;) Just kidding, but shucks, I wanna go buy something now.
And what will YOU be doing tomorrow at 1:02pm? You better be celebrating, because it will be: 01:02:03 04/05/06. This won't happen for another thousand years, and ya'll know you won't be celebrating then. ;)
I'm off to get a haircut. This whole shaggy look is driving me insane.
Posted by Luke at 7:24 PM