Bah and humbug. I love Christmas but I hate tourists. And I hate mass stupidity. Thus, the lighting of the tree at Rockefeller was probably one of the most obnoxious events of my life. And I wasn’t even there. After my morning commute I was irritated to say the least. Some lame NASCAR event had… Continue reading That’s it…you can officially call me Scrooge.
But I really really hope it isn’t! I have good stuff coming, I promise, but the combination of Thanksgiving travels, lack of computer/internet and a crazy work week have me a bit stalled. In the meantime however, I did finally post pictures so check back if I promised them! And, in the meantime, to keep… Continue reading I mean…I’m sorry readers, thanks for checking my blog, it’ll probably be the last time…
(and because I didn’t want to leave you all high and dry before the holidays…)
You can take the girl out of the city but can you take the city out of the girl? I don’t know but I’m going to find out! This Thanksgiving I’m headed to Central PA for a holiday with Boo and family! Translation for you is, unfortunately, that I may not have internet access for… Continue reading Shenaniganist goes to the country
The Sunday update, or, more posts I can’t take credit for. Every Sunday my dad sends out the “Sunday update.” It’s a compilation of the week’s best news stories and videos (though admittedly some are more vintage than just the preceding week). By best I mean the funniest or most creative videos and weirdest and… Continue reading The Sunday Update: November 11, 2007
One of the deadliest side effects to one of the best medicines ever invented, the Nyquil hangover is an absolute certainty after ingesting the substance. You have a cold. You’ve been sniffling for a week now and you just can’t sleep. Your nose is stuffy, causing you to snore, and you have to sleep with… Continue reading The Nyquil Hangover
So one of the interesting side effects to living in New York is a heightened sense of paranoia. Not that I’ll be mugged, murdered or raped of course, but since 9/11 things make you stop and ask “uh, should I be worried here?” Example? How about today? I’m sitting in my apartment, looking out of… Continue reading Pardon, should the big black clouds be worrying me?