Thursday, September 30, 2004

I'm good for $25 mil...

Apparently word of my financial tightfistedness has finally spread. The ex-wife of President Mobutu just emailed me today, asking permission to transfer $25 million to my bank account so I could watch it for her for 5 years. She said they need to get it out of Africa where it will be safe. She said it was important, and she seemed so nice that as a token of my gratitude I invited her to join gmail.

I think we can all learn a lesson from this.

Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Seattle was still here

School's looking ok so far. Old English should be a hūt. I have an average of one class per day, though that will soon change when I add another Icelandic class to the schedule. I'm starting to worry hugely about grad school. I'm hoping to apply to Glasgow- but will they have me?!

Stay tuned!

Friday, September 17, 2004

My new baby

This is it. More to follow.

**Due to requests I have resized the image**

It is a lap steel guitar, by the way.

Thursday, September 16, 2004

The Ultimate Sport (The Most Dangerous Game?)
I have invented Moose knife hunting. No license required in season. Who is with me?

Tuesday, September 14, 2004

I am getting tired of seeing nothing new

Every day I check to see if Joel has perhaps updated his blog. Who am I trying to kid?
I'm bored of looking at that sickening picture, so I find that I am forced to take the initiative once again and update for him.
Hm, I guess I see why he hasn't been writing lately; he hasn't really done a lot except for serving my needs. We went to Spokane yesterday, and a couple of weeks ago, he bought a lap steel guitar. I think that he had a quarter of a pear this morning and 2 slices of bacon. Oh, uh, he went to the local thrift store today where he purchased a really old speaker-deal with a pick-up-thingy that you hook up to your telephone so that "everyone in the room can listen". He kept shoving it in my face while i was reading. I used to do things to him like that all the time, oh wait, i still do.

Oh, and by the way, i think that Joel's campaign for me was very effective. The emperor of the U.S. even posted a comment in my blog! Thanks brother, you're such a nice kid!