dvda92 wrote:Not sure if I am. This all might be just a dream and I'm long since dead.
erm, I don't quite know how to break it to you... so I won't.
Mamont wrote:Do dead dream of zombie sheep?
I don't think they do sleep.
Nothing much up. Just catching up on DVR'd shows and munching on chocolate covered almonds.
College's a dick, school is now out of my face and i have given my old friends the flick.
wow life's pretty damn different since i last posted.
I also need to find time to change my oil and get my tires rotated this weekend.
But I have outsmarted them. I took them off, now they can't harm me.
I'm in the Hill Country again, and every time I come out here, it seems I spend the whole damn day going back and forth between the trailer and Kerrville to get parts and tools to fix something, rather than cleaning up the place. Last time, it was fixing a broken pipe that sprung a leak after a freeze. This time I have multiple pluming problems. the supply pipe coming off the cistern rusted out, so I replaced it. Then it turns out the "hot" line running to the bathroom faucet fell out of the fixture! How the hell does that even happen? I replaced and re-plumbed the faucet (its 30+ yrs old and had washers in it anyway), turn the water on, and no leaks! ...under the sink anyway. It sounds like there's another freeze-crack in the lines that run behind the bathtub and lead to the kitchen sink. I can hear the water running out, but can't see it. That's gonna be a fuckin' blast to fix. #ownerofaplywoodhouseonwheelsproblems
On the plus side, it looks like I took care of the mouse problem I had. I still have to figure out where it was getting in at though. And I found a generic hump-day camel "Guess what day it is" shirt at Gibsons while I was parts-gathering, so score!
OH! Also, I saw a massive 24" Crescent wrench at Lowes today, and I just so happened to be wearing exactly what my avvy is. (had it not been $100, I probably would've bought it for sh*ts & giggles
My new bike is awesome. Tires are soft and grip terrain beautifully. There were a lot of times when I thought my front tire is gonna skid through the gravel or soft ground, but it just run over it like the surface was glued in place.
Yesterday I went for a long ride with my brother. He found a 30 km mountain track on the interwebs, but failed to mentioned that we'll need to ride 20 km just to get it. In the end I couldn't make it to the end. It was too long and too steep, and I'm not in a good enough shape yet. I'm surprised my legs don't hurt now.
Few days ago I was at a concert in a local club. I ran out of cash, so I went to the ATM machine. When I got back a guy was lying on the floor on cushions (from an old couch in the backstage) watching the show. He was drunk and I thought he was just fooling around. Then the ambulance came, and I saw his leg. Oh, glob, that looked painful! His foot was rotated 90° to the right while his knee stayed in place. He was stage diving and his friends didn't catch him.
Venture Bros. Season 5
Foster the People CD - Supermodel
Sword of Shannara Trilogy by Terry Brooks
$20 credit for Steam, with which I got:
- Plants vs. Zombies Game of the Year Edition
- Garry's Mod
Since everyone had stuff to do on the actual day, we celebrated yesterday. The Steam credit was actually last weekend from my gf, who's out of town this week.
Church set up their PA outside again. I had to listen to their preaching all day. I finally snapped and disconnected the loudspeakers. There was no one outside, and no one even noticed. It's so nice and quiet now. =)
Two of my friends that have moved away came back for the holidays. Yay! Tonight, we're all gonna hang out. =D
That is all.
REVERSE THE POLARITY OF THE NEUTRON FLOW! (Proud Doctor Who fan.)
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