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05/20/06 04:25 - 54ºF - ID#21002

Tonawanda Bike Path

I went rollerblading on the Tonawanda bike path this morning. It was really nice. I've only been on it twice; the other time was last year on bike. It was a lot of fun but windy.

I was amazed at the number of people fishing. Grossed out was more like it. They were fishing 100 yards from some rusting industrial waste processing system. I bet they eat the fish too.
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05/19/06 09:26 - 52ºF - ID#21001

Rollerblades

Alas I don't have pictures, but I'll make sure I get some this weekend.

I bought a pair of rollerblades. I haven't rollerbladed since 5th grade.

I didn't realize that the one's I bought don't have brakes. image


I don't know how to stop & it looks really fucking funny when I try to stop.

Look for me on elmwood and prepare to laugh.

It's a totally different workout then I am used to for my legs, stomach and back. I wish there was some type of die you could rub on yourself that would turn colors to show you what muscles were being used. Like blue for inactive muscles and red for actives ones. I think it would be a cool experiment.

:oP


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05/19/06 04:31 - 56ºF - ID#21000

Al Gore

Lately he's been popping up all over the place. He was on SNL last week I guess and he's in this month's issue of Men's Health.

The more I see him, the more I like him. Anyone that can get so royally screwed like he did and then come back and poke fun at the whole thing is cool with me.

I found his 4 guideline's interesting:

1. When a direction feels right, go that way to find out why. fulfillment usually follows.
2. Solve one problem. You amay find you're inspired to solve more.
3. There are a lot of us on the planet, and we do a lot of damage. We can also fix a lot of things, if we chose.
4. Everyone needs a purpose in life. Even puppies.


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05/06/06 05:12 - 50ºF - ID#20999

I'm a Dumbass

If you want to fuck with someone's apple, just do the following:
rename that stupid house icon.

When they restart it will act as though you created a new profile and everything if brandfuckingspankinnew.
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05/06/06 04:52 - 53ºF - ID#20998

WTF Apple?!

Anyone else have a Mac and was using it when safari crashed and everything reset itself as if you had just turned the machine on for the first time?

It happened to my desktop and then I logged into it from my powerbook and the powerbook did the same thing. I lost everything, bookmarks, address book files, fuckuckfuck

One another note, Growing up Gotti is fucking hysterical. I've never seen a family do so little. I estimate I've been watching four solid hours.
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04/27/06 05:46 - 54ºF - ID#20997

Administrative Professionals Day

My administrative professionals gift was the best one I have ever gotten!

I love my boss.



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04/19/06 09:05 - 64ºF - ID#20996

Up coming or Coming Up

Here's a taste of my future post headings. Enjoy.
1. My four slice is gonna kick your two slice toaster's ass.
2. Bad sex is the result of a compromise
3. Scabbie Scott and the Tale of Unrepentence
4. Did Jesus masturbate? I bet he did.
5. 1 sex 2 sex 3 sex... fuck it I'm going to jerk off
6. Jack the Stripper's got quite a conundrum

Yes, these are all true headings. I wouldn't post otherwise.
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04/19/06 08:49 - 64ºF - ID#20995

Walking Cats

Jeff & I were running down W. Delavan two weekends ago and we past two different couple's walking their cats and then a third person trying to walk their cat next door to Kuni's.

The cat's didn't seem like they were the walking type. Is this a new thing? Should I be ditching my dogs for a cat? When I was little, my brother had a guinea pig. He made a harness out of yarn for it and would take it outside and let it run around the yard. I thought it was cool at the time. There's something very un-masculine about walking a guinea pig though.

After seeing Paul's pict-post about Cold Stone Creamery, I had to go there and try it out. It wasn't until we had finished our ice cream and were lying on the couch that I finally understood the "cold stone" deal. I turned to Jeff and was like, what a peculiar name for an ice cream shop: cold stone creamery. It must be the name of the founding town or something. Jeff looked at me like was I severely mentally handicapped and was like, did you miss the whole part about them mixing your ice cream on the COLD SLAB?

Oooo yeah...


I too (e:mrdt) have indulged in creatine. I am horrible at following directions, so I just take it whenever I can, not when they recommend, but I will say I have noticed an incredible difference in the amount of weight I can lift.


Alright. I'm going to bed.
Muscle is a beautiful thing. But so are you, so I guess it doesn't matter. Sweet dreams.
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04/19/06 08:16 - 67ºF - ID#20994

112 Journals

I just noticed that status bar. 112 journals seems like a lot of posting to me. (e:ladycroft) has 200+ I just noticed and she posts all the time.

I don't think my sarcasm played out all that well in the blockbuster post. I hope you accept my apologies (e:leetee), if I offended you.

I rode my bike for the first time this year. My tires lost air over the winter, so I pulled out my trusty bike pump and went to fill them up, only to notice that the valves are super skinny and small. I never took note of it before, so I had to go to Bert's and get another bike pump (or a valve adapter for $1) before I could do anything. I was kind of annoyed at Bert's because I couldn't tell from the packaging which pump fit which valve.
Moral of the story check the valve stem.

Getting back to the bike, I rode to Medaille for my group meeting. I plan on riding my bike to work soon too. I'm not ready to pay $3/gallon for gas for my car when I can just as easily leave an hour earlier and pedal my ass to work.


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04/15/06 02:35 - 55ºF - ID#20993

Robo Cop

I got RoboCop in the mail today from Netflix.

I find it rather funny to watch movies made in the past. They are so corny. I feel bad for the movie industry. Consumers are unforgiving and I don't think they are going to be able to stay ahead of the curve much longer. The only movie that I have seen lately that still impresses me is Jurassic Park. The Star Wars franchise still impresses me and those are from the 80s.



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