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"I'm here to regulate funkiness" -The Mexican
Hey! A Sailboat!
After a fun trip to Polaris, Alexis and I watched Mallrats one of those so stupid it's hilarious movies (i.e. all of Kevin Smith's movies).
Tonight was a great night.
And now I get to go to bed and sleep until WHENEVER I WANT!!!!posted by RMK | 2:14 AM
I haven't done one of these in awhile. So here we are.
1. What shampoo do you use? Herbal Essences (or however it's spelled)
2. Do you use conditioner? What Kind? Yep, same as above
3. When was the last time you got your hair cut? no idea
4. What styling products do you use? Aussie Gel, but I'm out now
5. What's your worst hair-related experience? I don't like it really short. So I'll say the many times they cut it too short.posted by RMK | 6:30 PM
I know most of you who read this don't care much about baseball. But I do. If you don't, skip this one and move on.
David put up a post about the possiblity of a strike happening in August. My feelings on that is that with already declined attendence, and everyone hating the Yankees and them being the ones that are winning the majority of titles of late, if the players strike MLB will never recover as it did from the last strike the last two years. Fans are already ticked at ticket prices and poor players and a lot of other things going on, and I don't think they would tolerate another strike. I know I don't think I could. Seriously, how much money can a guy spend?? How can they complain? The number one thing they need to do is get rid of Selig. #2 is get a salary cap. #3 um... trade A-Rod and Schilling and Johnson and Luis Gonzalez and Barry Bonds to the Indians. Hmm.... maybe that should be #1....posted by RMK | 6:21 PM
I'm done with classes now. Exams await.
I really have mixed feelings about this situation. Although I know I really need a break, I'm not looking forward to summer at all. I worked 40 hrs a week last summer for the first time and enjoyed the money, but got sick of the job. I'm not going to be working quite as much but that just leaves me more boredom at home. I'd like to just take a two week break of relaxation and then start the next school year. I don't have a vacation or anything to look forward to (not suprisingly, I haven't been out of Ohio since the New York trip my freshman year of high school) and nothing else too exciting and out-of-the-ordinary planned. So here I sit in my apartment, resenting the fact that I have to start packing but knowing I'm moving out on wednesday. So, I'm making a list of goals for the summer so even though I don't have much to look forward to, I'll have something to do.
1) Lose 10-15 lbs. I'm hoping five a month
I think that's a good start for now. It will give me something to do at least. So now I'm going to resume putting off cleaning and packing. Hmm... now how am I going to do that...posted by RMK | 2:57 PM
Now appearing on my links list, my friend David.
He just started his own blog and it testing the system.
This guy is an incredible writer and a great friend, I'm excited to read his blogs.
Check his site out at http://friskysman.blogspot.com/posted by RMK | 7:21 PM
A Late Monday at the Movies
Yeah, it's Wednesday, so what.
Last Thursday I got The Sopranos: The Complete First Season DVD set from the library. Since then I've watched the first eight epidsodes. That's all I'm watching. I like the show a lot. The plot is great, the acting is superb, it's dramatic, it's funny, it's great. But I can't get past the graphicness of it. It was like watching an eight hour R rated movie. It was too much for me to take. Like the strip club for instance. Instead of just showing the sign out front to show that they're in the back of the strip club, they felt the need to show the dancers almost every single time. And some of the killings were a little graphic for my liking, too. I know it's a show on HBO not NBC, but still. I can only handle so much of that. I don't think I should have to fast forward and/or hide my eyes two or three times in some epidsodes, the nudity gets ridiculous and it's not even necessary to the story. Like I said, the acting was awesome. And I really got into the story line. But too much is too much. And I've had too much.posted by RMK | 7:19 AM
Two Down, One to Go
I unofficially got my second job on campus for next year. I have an interview for another one Thursday morning.
So far I'm an Admissions Tour Guide and Sports Editor for the paper. Career Specialist is Thursday.posted by RMK | 5:00 PM
It was funny at first, but his is going way too far...
Alexis and I went home and suprised our moms today. It was fun :-)posted by RMK | 1:29 AM
Friday - Movie night. Alexis and I watched The Bodyguard and then Nathan joined us for The Mexican. The Bodyguard wasn't too bad. Didn't change my opinion that Kevin Costner is a bad actor, but the movie was good despite him.
Saturday - Alexis and I spent 10 hours in Columbus. First we went to Tuttle Crossing and then to Easton. We had dinner at Bon Vie which was expensive, but good and went shopping for awhile. We ate desert at Maggie Moo's and after a trip to Best Buy spent the rest of our time at Barnes and Noble. It was a great afternoon/evening/night.posted by RMK | 4:00 PM
Here we go
Ok, here's what I have for now. I'm pretty pleased everything worked in the transition.