Monday, April 28, 2008

My weekend

This weekend, I saw Gunther:

He signed my chest:

My life is complete.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

I wish the weather would be nice.

31 days until Ski to Sea! I ran 4 miles on Tuesday. I did yoga and spinning yesterday. I am trying to convince myself to go running in the yucky weather today. Inspire me, fellow ski to sea-ers!

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Happy Earth Day

Today, I was eating lunch with Nicole 'I Hate the Environment' Raden. It also happens to be Earth Day. After we were done, she THREW AWAY a recycleable bowl. I, generously thinking that she had made an unfortunate oversight, said kindly, "Nicole, that's recycleable." What do you think she did? She just looked at me and kept walking. All I have to say to her is:

Following up yesterdays thoughtfull post


Monday, April 21, 2008


Now, I think that Richard Dawkins is a douche bag and kind of a jack ass, as well as a good scientist, but why do Christians keep doing things like this? Are they trying to make us look stupid? If you want to question Darwinism, go for it, but don't stoop to tactics like interviewing the scientists under the pretense of a different movie and bringing up the Nazis. Isn't the number one rule of intellectual debate that the first side to bring up the Nazis automatically loses?

Friday, April 18, 2008

My joy is pure

Last night, while watching The Office

A preview came on for American Gladiators

I got so excited that I spilled my beer.

If I was a Gladiator, I would be Crush.

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Hawaii and English language evolution

Look at me, running with joy into the Pacific Ocean:

Kelly Jean Walden, on her birthday picked up Lindsay and I from our awesome vacation in Hawaii. While at breakfast, at the uber-awesome Pancake House (not IHOP) I came up with a new (and in my opinion, great) term for the person who you are involved with, but not officially in a relationship with: Insignificant Other. Use it. Appreciate it. Spread it.

Monday, April 14, 2008

A haiku from Hawaii

I'm in Waikiki
The sun finally came out
My forehead, it peels.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Large Cat

Kelly, I think I found a cat that gives Ringo a run for his money:

Also, I think that looking at pictures of baby polar bears should be perscribed by doctors to patients with depression:

Thursday, April 3, 2008

My foray into the literary world

This year for Christmas, I wrote a couple of friends a book. Now, for the first time on the internet, it will be published. I will post a couple of pages a day until the book is done. (Note: It is not a very long book.) For those of you who have already read my magnum opus, there may be some NEW BONUS PAGES! Woo!

How To Spot A Tool

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

This time next week...

...I will be in Hawaii.

Tuesday, April 1, 2008


I was in the middle of writing a really long post, and Explorer crashed. Boo, Microsoft! This one probably won't be as excellent as the one I had almost all the way done, but whatever. It's the universe's loss.

Those of you who have been lucky enough to live with me have got to witness a package from my mom first hand. She sends me the weirdest assortment of things. Here is a content list of the latest package:

1. Two packages of Safeway brand caramel rice cakes. (This is not that odd. There is no Safeway in Bellingham, and that is my favorite brand and flavor of rice cakes.)

2. The World Book Encyclopedia of People and Places: Volume M-R: Macao to Rwanda.

3. 2 Foxtrot (the comic) books.

4. 1 issue of Kids Discover Magazine: The Solar System.

No explanation, nothing.

My mom and I aren't as close as my dad and I are, but she is still pretty cool. Here are some reasons:

1. She was at the first ever Earth Day and she taught me about recycling.

2. When I was little, she told me that there were no such thing as boy toys and girl toys. She still let me play with Barbies, but they had to have careers, like astronaught Barbie.

3. She really likes South Park, but she pretends that she doesn't.

4. She makes fun of my dad when he wears socks with his sandals. This is important because it occasionally shames him into not doing it.