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Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-01-31

  • Chris It’s gray and raining outside–a good reason for 30 miles of bike trails.
  • Chris Can’t feel my extremities, crusted in mud, and both thighs are cramping no matter how I am situated = a great bike ride
  • Chris Consoling Jess, her Vikings aren’t going to the Super Bowl.
  • Chris A kid actually pulled out an old school gameboy and tried to play it instead of reading. I’m not sure which part of that surprises me more.
  • Chris Hopefully in 45 minutes we’ll get to see whether our district is making drastic cuts or just cuts. Seriously, dude.
  • Chris Early results on 66 & 67: Both are passing… these are early though…
  • Chris 2 Portland TV stations are calling the election: Both passing will pass.
  • Chris Almost 80% in on 66 and 67: Lane County has yet to be delivered.
  • Chris Interesting: the YES campaign is at a McMennimans, where as the NO campaign is at a Phoenix Inn.
  • Chris Oregonian predicting that 66 & 67 will pass.
  • Chris 66 & 67: 75% of votes in, Yes is holding.
  • Chris Done keeping up with coverage tonight… I guess I can sleep a little easier…
  • Chris wonders if robotic kangaroos dream of electric wallabies.
  • Chris Steaks, potatoes, and a bottle of Australian wine… why, hello Wednesday, stay and chat for a while.
  • Chris Alright Wednesday, you chatty ne’er-do-well, get out… my head is hittin’ the pillow and you’ve worn out your welcome
  • Chris My hallway smells like Gary’s.
  • Chris “I’m sick of just liking people. I wish to God I could meet somebody I could respect.” -J.D. Salinger.
  • Chris Do you ever have a really obvious epiphany over something obscenely trivial that everyone else probably had years ago, and yet, you in your denseness never caught on until nearly half a decade later when there was no significance or reason for having said epiphany? Yeah, me neither.
  • Chris It’s a groan-athon at Mac Court where no pass stays in bound except to the other team.

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2010-01-24

  • It easiest to choke on words, especially when they are someone else’s
  • Chris is running for the hills.
  • I’ve grabbed life by the horns, unfortunately, it turned out to be a goat.
  • Still cramping from yesterday’s run… It’s just my body being passive aggressive.
  • Ran ragged through their rigid requests and rambling, unreasonable requiems.
  • Gut pain: still ever-present, even after a day of nothing in particular.
  • Completely full from homemade Red Curry Chicken with Rice Noodles.
  • Yes, but how many dog-light-years is that away from Earth?
  • …the day that keeps on giving… and not in the good way.
  • The trouble with days like this is that eventually perspective sneaks up on me and rubs it in my face to not whine. Such a bully.
  • We go together like keys and parrots.
  • There are days that bash you over the head, poke fun at all of your inadequacies and then boxes your ears for listening for too long.
  • It is awlays nice to look through the Woodburn Independent and see someone who i went to 1st garde with arrested for Meth
  • Coffee press, you’re my new best friend.
  • Blue wizard needs food badly. Blue wizard is about to die.
  • Melbourne to Bangkok: BOOKED!
  • Finally made it to a winter formal… 10 years after the fact.
  • Since when did they invent the 6 way grind?
  • Now it’s “insane in the membrane”… Hello, eighth grade year all over again?
  • I’m surprised this generations knows all the words to “i like big butts”… A timeless classic apparently.