Monday, December 24, 2007

What's Wang This Week

If I haven't talked to you already, I'm home for the holidays. If you're around and want to get together, let me know. I'm looking forward to the following:

  • Jiro;

  • Memphis Blues;

  • Top Gun (the Japanese restaurant, not the movie);

  • LUGs poker; and

  • LUGs Risk.

And if you drop me a line, I'll look forward to seeing you too!

I've been home for a week now and I haven't been to the gym in two. I've also been eating, and not in a healthy way, either. For example, I've been snacking on mixed nuts. I discovered that instead of eating the nuts individually, there's a whole bunch of taste possibilities that come from mixing and matching. This has made me far more willing to eat the hazelnuts. I'm feeling fat and sassy, and I haven't even been to most of my favourite restaurants around here. This could be epic.

The other day some of us were at Mike's place playing Guitar Hero. During one "solo" part, Graham started striking rock poses and in doing so pulled a muscle in his leg. He fell on the floor, but swiveled around so he could see the screen, and tried to keep playing. It was reminiscent of the scene in Spinal Tap where Nigel gets on his knees during a solo and can't get up. He did this for maybe 20 seconds and I considered getting in there like the roadie in that scene and propping him back up before he said that he may have pulled a muscle in his leg and was in pain. I laughed so hard I wasn't able to breathe for 2 minutes.

I've done some things other than eating and playing video games, but I'll spare you the details of my outbreak of hives and bring you the rest as I remember them, since another thing I've done is decide I need to blog more.

Current Music: Various Artists - Seriously Westcoast 2

Monday, December 17, 2007

Note to self

It's Cameron's birthday.

Current Music: The Strokes - Reptilia

Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Sunday, December 02, 2007

Note to self

It's Eric's birthday.

Current Music: The Strokes - Juicebox

In conversation with Dickolas (Non-random quotes from the last hour, provided with context)

The Wii has a LOT of low-rated games

you don't have to buy them, you know

it's okay if you don't