03/28/2004 - 04/04/2004
...I'm going to England tomorrow. I'll be back in a week. Keep Toronto awesome for me! (Meyers, don't worry. I don't expect you to make Peterborough awesome by the time I get back).
I'll try to take some pictures.
In other news, it turns out that we are officially recognized as beloved regulars at The Lab and Society as we know it is doomed. I'll let Jacob and Leo handle those ones.
Peace out, y'all!
P.S. Atly, good to see you back.
Hopefully you get this before trekking out to the lab tonight.
I've got cycle count tomorrow. Which means I'm in at 7 AM. Which means, I'm going to sleep tonight. Which means...
SORRY. Hurry up and plan a darn shindig so we can celebrate summer and burn stuff!
Yeah, I'm alive, but before I get flame-mail, I'm trying to set things right. The Lab, tomorrow night (Thursday May 4th). Say...9:30ish?
Ben is actually the mastermind behind this grand scheme - in that I am making him the party leader. In the MMORPG sense. Boo Alliance.
So yeah, last exam is Ancient Egyptian religion at 9 am tomorrow morning. Then FREEDOM for a week...until I start up at the comission. Fun fun fun.
So yeah, you guys had better come out tomorrow. Any questions - direct them at Ben :D
P.S. - Matt, 'grats on the loblaws job. Decent. We're STILL not hiring at indigo, ridiculous.
P.S.S. - Sam. Don't waste your life on Inuyasha. Seriously. I've seen all 163 episodes and 3 movies. I wish I had those days of my life back. But to conclude this rant, Sesshoumaru is HOT.
We borrowed my uncle's farm truck to move some of my furniture out of my apartment, and just as we were leaving Kingston, there began an awful clunking sound whenever we turned a corner. And while this sound stopped after a few minutes, it soon gave way to a terrible burning smell, and smoke emanating profusely from the front driver's side tire. A CAA guy came and towed it to a shop. Unfortunately, no car-repair services are available in Kingston on a Sunday (except for Canadian Tire, but they were too busy), so we left the truck filled with all of my stuff in the parking lot and my mother and I stayed overnight at one of my friends' house.
It was kind of annoying in that I was incredibly anxious to be free of Kingston and Queen's and all things undergrad, but it turned out to be enjoyable. We wandered around Kingston for a long time (and there are few things I relish more than aimless nowhere-to-be, nowhere-to-go wandering) and I got a chance to eat at this new restaurant that I'd been meaning to patronize called Mango. Possibly my most favourite of all meals is the mango chicken I used to have whenever I visited my sister in Waterloo, and I was delighted to discover that they had the vegetarian counterpart, mango tofu, and well as mango fish, mango shrimp, mango milkshakes, and various other mango-related nutriment. Anyway, it was quite delicious. (Jacob, if you haven't already been there, I recommend you check it out next year.)
I also bought the book Going Nucular, which is amazingly funny and quite well-written.
Being done with math feels great. That I have signed on for (potentially) four more years of school does not diminish that in the least.
Also I'm in Toronto tomorrow for the weeeeekend.
and there are people who play Segway Polo.
Box-- I've been seein' someone taggin' my area who might give you a run for your money. His name: "Whitebread". Be warned.
I lugged a fridge door home from somewhere just east of Christie and just south of Dupont. It was fucking heavy. My arms hurt.
The Books are tonight, Mantler is opening. A regular Tomlab extravaganza. I look forward to it.
This came as no surprise.
I have a job at Loblaws now. It's pretty nice.
Saw Darkon with Neil, Leo and Jacob yesterday night. Was a very sympathetic look at the LARPer lifestyle. It was pretty fantastic. Especially the part where they burned down the Citadel of Peace.