im going to try and use livejournal again. i need to write more. also, i seem to have very few people to talk with. so, this is a thing.
day 3 of my vacation.
this weekend: i have been playing dc universe online (for free), reading, watching "city of lost children".
today i went to an excellent sushi buffet, then jungle jims.
what is everyone else up to? i am looking for something to do.
well, it seems i have not posted to lj
in nearly 3 years.
i need to train myself to write more
(and more frequently) so...i will give
this another stab.
hell...i used to live on lj back when
i worked for cinbell. its an old home,
at the very least, one worth visiting
once in a while.
a bunch of us are getting together
to go to the geotta fest sunday
i am hoping to go early, simply because
it is supposed to be extraordinarily
hot that day.
anyway, if anyone else would like to
go with, i think anna, amy, and eck
(and i) are meeting up at my place
930-ish, then heading down to the
levee around 10. all are welcome to
alright, i just made geotta for the first
time using the...whatzit...fire-machine.
very good job for a tyro.
on a related subject, (via reason hnr)news from india:
Allies of India's ruling Congress party performed a massive goat sacrifice for the "well-being and stability" of the government to time with a confidence vote last week, a report said Thursday.
The regional Samajwadi party, which propped up the government after its left allies withdrew support, sacrificed at least 267 goats and 15 buffaloes in a prayer for the longevity of the government, the Times of India reported....
Samajwadi party politician Kishore Samrite apparently spent 1.2 million rupees (28,000 dollars) on the sacrifice that saw priests and temple devotees gifted with packets of consecrated goat meat, his aides and temple sources told the paper.
work is going well today, i
i will definently be at the dock
tonight. in fact, i am going to
try and get there early.
who else is coming?
qotd, from wikipedia:
"In many cultures the yam is considered the most sensual of the tubers."
although, i think i like horseradish and
sweet potatoes more.