Thursday, October 04, 2007
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Sunday, December 03, 2006
Thursday, July 27, 2006
"I'm really disappointed that this is going to occur on Sunday when people should be in church," he said. "I hope they behave themselves and keep their clothes on, but I'm not sure they will because strippers are trained to take off their clothes."
--New Braunfels, TX City Councilman Ken Valentine
Found here: http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060727/ap_on_fe_st/tubing_strippers
Yes Councilman. It's not often I hear of Stripper U, but I'm sure they are fully accredited and their B.A. in Stripology gets the girls (and guys!) all the best jobs. Besides, we all know what a problem we have with soldiers who are trained to kill walking down the street randomly capping people, doctors CONSTANTLY performing surgery in bars and baseball players suddenly starting a game of baseball when they walk down the street.
You aren't sure they can keep their clothes on because they take them off in the bar? Well, despite all of my previous sarcasm, one thing is very obvious: you just can't help judging people and their worth as a person, Texan and as an American . . . just like you're trained to do.
Friday, July 21, 2006
And while I'm thinking about that: Screw you Red Stripe! I love and agree with you in all your commercials (after all, you are a very tasty beverage) except for your responsibility one. I always take my keys out of my pocket before giving away my pants. Am I really alone here?
Monday, July 17, 2006
He's only in town for a couple of weeks before he heads down to Louisianna for some sort of Army training or other work. It's not that HE bothers me, but I need some space. If I'm going to keep up this hostel approach to living I can just forget about getting . . . you know.
So, I guess this is another break from blogging for a while. If something extra-ordinary happens I'm sure that'll make it on.
Monday, July 10, 2006
The new brew was also called New Monsoon. It was very smooth and had an incredibly light taste and feel in the stomach. I was amazed by this as most of their beers always seem to sit heavily with me (though their Pipeline Stout is amazing as well). The tragedy here is that no matter how good I think this beer is, it will never get served again. I tried to share my feelings at the time, but I was pretty drunk by the end of the night so only god knows what I actually said.
*Sniff* New Monsoon brew, I hardly knew ye.
Saturday, June 17, 2006
That was all very standard. The magic began at the reception. For three hours of my life I was in heaven. First of all it was catered by The Hotdog Guy. THE HOTDOG GUY!!! Fan-fucking-tastic. I've never been happier to see a hotdog vendor. It was beautiful. Then, oh then, a folk quartet. Not just any quartet. Apparently the groom's parents are into bad folk music and play the banjo and violin.
So not only am I shoving The Hotdog Guy's sausages down my throat as fast as I can (hell, they're free, I figured I should take advantage of it) I also get to enjoy some banjo and violin music all while enjoy of ridiculously great view of the bay.
It's the simple things in life that make it all worth while.