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I know, I know. I suck at regularly updating my journal nowadays. BUT!! There are things that are going on presently that I actually feel like sharing :)

I recently took a Civil Service exam to become a Clerk Typist, passed it, and then took a typing exam to qualify for a position... somewhere... and kicked the butt of the qualifying 30wpm/96% accuracy by typing 57wpm/100% accuracy! Go me!! And now I wait. And wait. And wait. I'm hoping by the end of the summer, I'll know something. It would be nice to finally have Health Insurance. And fear not! I will still be working part-time for Dark Quest Books, as I've been doing since December 2011, because of reasons. :)

In other, even MORE, exciting news: My SIL is officially due on Friday!!! I've been waiting for my phone to ring to tell me it's Go time for the last week and a half. My brother is going to be a father!! I'm going to be an Aunt!! Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! So excited!! I cannot wait to finally meet my niece or nephew!

That is all the exciting things going on in my life. Anything new & exciting going on in your lives?

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On Tuesday, I hopped into the city to see The Daily Show with my friends Mark, Tom, [ profile] kradical , and his friend Helen.

Being in the studio audience for a TV show is tons and tons of fun! During the warm up, we learned that there was a lesbian couple in the audience that had been together for 40 years! Then Jon Stewart came out and had a little Q & A before they started taping. What you see on TV is what we saw at the taping.

Good times were had by all!

Here is the episode: May 8th, 2012 Guest was Ivo Daalder, US Ambassador to NATO

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This weekend was really, really, fun! [ profile] kradical & [ profile] wrenn threw a most excellent party on Saturday night, to which, Brian, [ profile] alorarose and I were invited, as well as a bunch of other people, both whom I had either previously met or met for the first time last night.

It was really good to see [ profile] suricattus & Ian Randal Strock again. Hadn't see the former since the reading back in August and the latter since February.

The food was really yummy too! [ profile] kradical made his own tomato sauce, which is spicy & very flavorful. [ profile] wrenn made pulled chicken, and Dale made a baked brie which was to die for!

Had great conversations throughout the night, which brought forth some extremely amusing quotes, such as these gems:

"I do that through all cats and porn!"
"Sadly, this is not Klingon foreplay, this is classic human douchebaggery!"
"Pull up your asbestos Satan panties!"

To find out who said those, see my Twitter feed.

Brian, [ profile] alorarose, and I stayed the night. More amusing conversations occured today. We left around 2:30 to go home.

I love my friends :)

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Apr. 20th, 2011 03:08 pm
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As if I needed any other reason to love [ profile] auntiesiannan: She knit me SOCKS!!!!!!!!!! They are soooo comfy and awesome and and and... Soooooooooooooooocks!!! ::cough::

Rainbow Socks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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This weekend was MoCCA Fest!!! I went with Brian and [ profile] kittasaurusrex. We spent 5 hours on the exhibitor floor amassing a bunch of free comics and cards and stuff while also buying comics and other stuff.

The highlight of the day was finally meeting JEPH JACQUES!!!!!! OMG!!!! For those of you who have no idea who that is, he is the creator of one of my favorite Webcomics Questionable Content. I had previously written an entry about meeting some very awesome people through his live streaming of drawing his comic. So, when I met Jeph, after having a moment of squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee, I told him that, "if not for [his] streams, I would have never met this great lady next to me or all the other people I converse with on a daily basis." To which he said "That's awesome!" I also got to shake his hand.

I had him sign my Questionable Content volume 1 book. He drew Pintsize :-P Brian bought a QC Mug and a print (but not the one he did for MoCCA, that one Kitt bought).

Afterwards, we went to an Indian Restaurant on the opposite corner. The food was delicious, but we'll likely never go back there again for reasons I pointed out on Twitter.

Brian and I missed the train we wanted to catch by about 3 mins. Thankfully, we only had to wait an hour for the next one (had we taken the PJ line, we'd have had to wait 2 hours for the next one).

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As if I needed yet another reason to love [ profile] chris_walsh...

I came home about an hour ago to a package waiting for me on my desk. I read the return address to see it was from Chris and then turned over the package to find written on it:

"Read a book,
Read a book,
Read a m------------ book"

And then I opened the package. Inside was, as you might have already assumed, a book. But not just *any* book. No no.... this is a book that I never once saw in a bookstore, or my local libraries, but always wanted to read and own ever since it came out. And now I can.

The book that Chris sent me is Dragon Precinct by [ profile] kradical!! Inside, on the title page, is an inscription, transcribed by Chris from Keith :)

"To Bonnie -
Beware Portlanders bearing gifts. Especially that Walsh guy -- can't trust him as far as you can throw him...
- Keith
(transcribed by Chris)"


Also, inside the package, was a handwritten letter (a dying breed, that) on the best stationery ever, which was very sweet (and no I'm not going to share what was written).

I am squeeeeeeeeeee-ing in circles, for the record.


My Weekend

Jan. 11th, 2011 01:53 pm
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How my weekend was originally supposed to pan out:

Saturday: Go to NJ for Christmas Part 3 with Brian's father's side of the family.
Sunday: A Baby Shower.

How I actually spent my weekend:

Saturday: Because of the snow that was going to rip through NJ on Saturday, Brian's aunt told us not to make the trip. [ profile] karistan and I made a plan to meet up in the City instead.

We met at the Borders right outside of Penn station, walked around midtown for a bit, grabbed lunch and then went to Karaoke Duet on W 35th. We had sooooo much fun!! I hadn't done karaoke in 6.5 years and she never had before. Good times were had by all!! This was the first time I ever did karaoke in a private room setting. Woo! No crazy, bad singing, drunk people!! We stayed for 2 hours (and next time we go, we'll sign up for 3!!)

Afterwards, we met up with Brian and his brother Chris, watched Eddie Izzard and ate pizza. I walked [ profile] karistan back to the subway so she could head home after that.

Brian and I spent the night.

Sunday: Brian and I didn't remember when the Shen Yun (Google it because LJ won't let me link you to the site) dance performance was going to be when I had RSVP'd to go to a Baby Shower. Whoops! Thankfully we'll be seeing each other this coming Saturday, so I can give her her shower gift then. The show was amazing!! The costuming was gorgeous and I appreciated the cheesy effects :) This was the first show I've ever seen at Lincoln Center. We went with Brian's gaming group, and the seats were perfect. Even though we were far up, we were centered and could see everything clearly.

After the show, Brian and I headed back to Chris, where our car was parked, grabbed our stuff and left. Didn't hit any traffic at all :) YAY!! We went to Jimmy's for dinner (YAY Sushi!) and then Brian dropped me home.

All in all a superb weekend! :) I look forward to spending more time with [ profile] karistan. New friends for the win!! She is good people.

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I'm sorry I suck at timeliness on posting this, but I needed a few days to compose thoughts to write them down :)

New Years Eve was *awesome*!! Brian and I picked up Chris (his brother) from their folks (he spent the night after Christmas part II). We got breakfast from the Georgia Diner before continuing on into Manhattan to Chris's apartment. Nolan and Julie joined us and we went to The Cloisters.

After grabbing a bite to eat, we parted ways. Brian stayed with Chris, Nolan, and Julie. I hopped on the bus and headed toward [ profile] kradical's place. There was a really helpful gentleman on the bus that told me when to ring for my stop. For the most part, the sidewalks were clear, until I reached the block where his apartment is, and there was barely a footpath to walk on. Thankfully, I was wearing my snowboots.

I met some really amazing people and had a wonderful time!! Here's some highlights and hilarious quotes (that won't be credited to protect the innocent, and not-so-innocent. However, if you would like to take credit for your quote(s), let me know and I'll add your name to it) from the night:

  • Met: Tina([ profile] karistan), Neal, Danny, Dennis, Laura Anne Gilman, Ian Randal Strock, Nea Dodson ... I know I'm missing at least two people. I suck :(
  • Clicking almost instantly with [ profile] karistan
  • Tina and I determined we were separated at birth, really. We have a lot of the same idiosynchrasies.
  • "When the bottom fell out of the emu market..."
  • Wrenn's homemade meatballs and [ profile] kradical's homemade sauce: Perfect match!
  • Scooter doesn't know what to do with himself! Becomes area rug...
  • "Netflix: The Wonder Drug"
  • New Year's Crackers (these things are weird, but not as weird as the Christmas ones).
  • "Y'know, you don't usually see this kind of action on a mattress without putting a quarter in."
  • "Jumper cables, when properly applied, do wonders for stamina!"
  • "No hamsters, no gerbils, no drain cleaner."
  • Rang in the New Year with Proseco and blackberries (the actual berry).
  • She's a pretty pretty princess!!
  • I meant the previous bullet point in all ways possible!
  • "Why are you pulling on my toes?"
  • Became a very melted puddle of kitten. Ear massages are amazing. The Ferengi definitely got something right with that one... Mmmm.. Oomox.
  • Slept in the library.
  • Sterling plopped on my feet and didn't budge until I really needed to get up.
  • Scooter still didn't know what to do with himself, so he slept in the hallway.
  • Snuggle times for the win!!
  • Brian finally joined us! Huzzah!!
  • Brian and I left around 1:30pm with Tina and Neal and went to a really tasty cafe down the road.
  • Parted ways around 3pm.

    I'm not kidding when I say this was the Best. New Years. Ever! Didn't get a kiss at midnight, but that was more than made up for!! :)

    And for the record? I'm still floating on Cloud Nine. I *might* tell you all why... if you ask nicely.

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    As promised in This Post, I'm going to tell you all about two really great podcasts: The Chronic Rift and Fanboy Remix.

    Fanboy Remix is the brainchild of Bobby Shortle & Brian Verderosa, both of which I went to High School with. They graduated a year after me, but I was good friends with Brian (we still occasionally talk nowadays, but I haven't seen him since he was touring as his solo project and I was living literally next door to him, so it's been quite a few years). Anyway... I've been listening to the Fanboy Remix podcast pretty much since its inception (when Brad Jones, another person I went to HS with, was part of the show), through the format change and gaining a female perspective. Nowadays, Fanboy Remix is a podcast which features Bobby, Brian, Jacqui (a Brit transplant!), and Bob talking about TV shows they've watched recently, reviewing new movies, Box Office numbers, "Trending topics", and more! It's hard to really describe the dynamic of the show, so you'll just have to listen to it. Here's the most recent podcast: Episode 2.29 "Happy Holidays" You can subscribe to them on iTunes as well.

    The Chronic Rift is a podcast based off of a Public Access Show that aired in NYC in the 90s, which was hosted by Judith Funari and Keith R.A. DeCandido ([ profile] kradical). Created by John S. Drew ([ profile] drewshi), both the old Public Access Show (which is available to view Here!!) & the podcast offer news, reviews, interviews, discussion, and commentary on all aspects of pop culture with a heavy emphasis on science fiction and fantasy (I borrowed the description from the Chronic Rift website). Each week, the Chronic Rift regulars bring amusement to their listeners ears. Everything brought to the table is interesting. Once a month, they have an In Review episode where John S. Drew poses a trivia question for the listeners to answer and win prizes. Also in that episode, Keith has his "Couch Potato Salad" where he reviews tv shows he's been watching. Very recently, they ran the 12 Days of Riftmas and each day there was a different regular hosting the show and doing something they wanted to do. For example, on Day 3, Orenthal ([ profile] popfiend) read two warped versions of Twas the Night Before Christmas, one of which was a Lovecraft Christmas. I've said this elsewhere, but I absolutely love being read to. That being said, Day 3, Day 7 (where John S. Drew reads his Doctor Who short story), and Day 11 (where Keith reads 2 of his stories that I mentioned here) were my favorites of the 12 Days of Riftmas. I would link you to the most recent Chronic Rift episode, but it's an after show. You can download the episodes directly from the website or subscribe to it on iTunes. You can also subscribe to the old Public Access Show (The Chronic Rift Classic) on iTunes. Trust me when I say it's worth it just to see Keith as his 21 year old self.

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    On Thursday morning, I embarked on a journey to the Bronx to visit [ profile] kradical, [ profile] wrenn, Dale, Newk, Rhi, Belle, Sterling, and Scooter. I hadn't been to their place or seen any of them since September. And though I had more recently seen [ profile] kradical, it was still back in September. Damn our non-compatible schedules!

    I caught the 7:19am super express train to Penn with two #crankys (one of which I had never actually travelled with before, but have met on numerous occassions) and CSDave caught the train with us too, which was crazy in and of itself because he's usually on a later train. He took the train with us because he needed to lend me some things and give me a belated Chanukah present, which was really awesome of him. He gave me a *signed* copy of The Evil Gazebo by Bernie Mojzes.

    I had some time to kill once I got to Penn before continuing on the next leg of my journey, so I decided I'd catch up with the world on the internet. Fat chance. Penn station claims to have Wi-Fi. It connected but nothing ever loaded, so it was as good as useless. Oh well. Time passed by and I hopped on the subway, shockingly got a seat, and was on my way to the Bronx. YAY!! The 1 decided to run express between 168th and 207th. Whoops. It didn't pass my stop, but complicated some things because of timing. I wasn't supposed to get to my stop until 10. I was there 20 mins early! Thankfully, it all worked out and [ profile] kradical picked me up. Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! ::ahem::

    I got a warm welcome from Scooter when we got to the apartment. This dog, OMG. I love Scooter. He's an almost 11 year old Golden Retriever puppy who really loves me. According to Wrenn, Scooter doesn't react to and interact with other houseguests the way he does with me. I'm special :)


  • Had really interesting conversations with Wrenn, Dale, and Keith
  • Went to the diner.
  • Went on an errand run: Got a bookcase from Target so Wrenn could complete her shelving of books (AND SHE DID!!), and went to a grocery store that had a crazy cheese section (mmmm free sample Extra Aged Gouda... nom nom nom)
  • All the kitties made themselves known and got snuggles and tons of scritches from me.
  • Scooter competing for ALL of my attention.
  • Went through all of Wrenn's book doubles and ended up with quite a few :)
  • Walked Scooter with Keith down to a Basketball court so Scooter could run around.
  • Watched Pulp Fiction, Midnight Run, and the first 3 episodes of Hustle. Great show that is. I have to watch more of it.
  • Keith made a scrumptious dinner.
  • Wrenn made a really tasty dessert.
  • Tons and Tons of Keith hugs. Seriously, he gives the best hugs.
  • Snuggled up with Scooter and Rhi when I went to sleep. Woke up to Sterling.
  • Listened to the 11th day of Riftmas, which featured Keith reading "Diary of a False Man" from X-Men: Legends and "Here There Be Monsters" from the Star Trek SCE series, both written by him. It was so great :) I love being read to, so this made my early morning, before everyone else was awake.
  • More snuggles from the animals.
  • Having conversations with each other while not moving from our rooms. This was silly and fun at the same time. Eventually I made my way into their room.

    It soon came time for me to head home. Trust me when I say I did NOT want to leave. I love Keith, Wrenn, and Dale. They always make me feel welcome in their home. I'm sad I didn't get to say goodbye to Dale because he was not awake when I left. Motivation for me to actually leave was [ profile] alorarose offering to pick me up from the train station. I hadn't seen her since Black Friday. I bid Keith and Wrenn adieu when they dropped me off at the A train. So sad :( As I was going down the stairs to the subway, I missed them already.

    The MTA website lied and said there was a 1:10pm train. When I got to Penn, I had to do a mad dash because the train was actually at 1:05pm and I first had to purchase a Penn to Jamaica ticket. I made the train by the skin of my teeth. The doors were closing when I was still on the stairs. Yikes! My lungs hated me for the entire trip to Merrick. Random occurance: When the train got to Rockville Centre, I noticed someone I know on the platform and managed to get her attention from inside the train :) It pays to wave like a lunatic.

    [ profile] alorarose picked me up and we went to Friendly's for foodage and then she drove me home. I rolled out and baked half a batch of Gingerbread (which yielded 40 gingerbread men) to bring with me to Brian's family Christmas celebration. :) So much gingerbread. I didn't feel like decorating them though. Oh well.

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    ProTip: Never take 18 credits in one semester. No matter how tempting it is to get classes out of the way, DON'T. DO. IT. EVER!

    As of yesterday at 6:30pm, Fall 2010 semester from HELL finally ended!! So, what do I have to show for it? Enough sleep dep to last a lifetime. And after all my effort that I exuded for DOOM project, my professor rejected my chapter. Thankfully, he has given me an incomplete (and there were 4 other people that got rejected as well, so I'm not the only one). If he had failed me, I don't know what I would have done. The class is extremely difficult and my one *absolute requirement* to graduate with my degree. ::Headdesk::

    Speaking of graduating, Queens College isn't offering any classes I actually need next semester. So far, I'm signed up for 2 classes, but that's not enough to reach 12 credits. I'm so sick of college it's not even funny. Can I *please* go back to being a Music Ed major... please?!!! Sadly, the only way that can happen is if I transfer again, and that's not happening. I learned my lesson the first time :(

    So, aside from being eaten by finals, I've been keeping myself occupied on my commutes, when not travelling with #crankys, by listening to podcasts. If you guys aren't listening to The Chronic Rift or Fanboy Remix, you really should be. They're both really great. I tweet about them all the time, but I guess I've never actually mentioned them here. I'll leave that for another post, that I actually have time to write because I'm done for the semester!! ::ahem::

    Before I close this post out, I'd like to Welcome all my new readers (and welcome back an old one) that have cropped up over the last month: [ profile] tarzanic, [ profile] amandanoelle82, [ profile] yendi, [ profile] hiatazealo, and [ profile] drewshi!! You're all awesome :)

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    Tonight, Brian and I went on our annual Christmas Light display tour. We seek out the crazy, most absurd displays imaginable. Unfortunately, we didn't get to all of them because people shut down their lights at some point before we got there. Oh well, here are the highlights:Photo heavy post )



    Dec. 18th, 2010 08:52 am
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    Yesterday was the last Friday I'd be heading to Queens College for the semester (Thank goodness). I had to take my BIO final (booooo). As per my typical Friday mornings, I headed to Ronkonkoma to take the train in, because sometimes you just want to travel with someone. I waved to the #crankys that usually take the 719 (that I wish I could take but can't because it doesn't stop at Jamaica) and continued to wait on the platform. As I was waiting for the 732, I decided to send CSDave a text to see what train he was taking (the 740) and decided that for my last Friday, I will travel with Dave. So, I trekked to the opposite end of the platform to wait. Travelling with Dave is always entertaining and filled with many webcomics. And wi-fi... mmmm delicious wi-fi; something they really should offer on the trains.

    AM Commute continued )

    When I got to campus, I headed straight for the Library. After searching for what seemd for forever, I found a table that had an outlet near it so I could plug in my laptop and look over my notes (For those not in the know, I type the lectures because a) I wouldn't be able to keep up with them if I was handwriting the notes and b) My left thumb has something wrong with it so any time I spend writing really really hurts after a short while). Unfortunately, my choice of spot to study was not optimal.Studying woes )

    I have no idea how I did on my final because the questions were really confusing and repetitively confusing at that! I'm really hoping that I passed this one (I have yet to pass a test in this class in which the class average is a 40 and I'm on the other side of that). Thankfully, lab counts for 40% of my grade and I worked my ass off to fill in that lab notebook (thumb issue be damned)! After the exam, I walked my lab notebook over to my Lab professor's office. Further proof that my lab instructor is awesome: no points taken off because he understands my plight, he was listening to "Free Fallin'" by Tom Petty, and he made a Logan's Run reference, to which he knew I'd get and then run with it. I will miss him. He kept me sane when I wanted to kill my nincompoop lab partners.

    At this point, there was no way I was making the 303, not that I really wanted to because I hate Suffolk Transit with a passion (even moreso than I hate the MTA and that takes talent!) so I opted to take the 344 so I could get a ride home from the train station. There was an extra added benefit to taking the 344: Getting to see my old LIRR crew. I hadn't taken the 344 in about TWO YEARS!! A lot can happen over the span of two years, and I didn't even know if any of them would still be around. Still, I held out hope and sure enough...PM commute continued )

    When I got to Patchogue, I walked to the library because it was really cold and I had 40 mins to wait before my mom would get there to pick me up (this was previously arranged). I took the opportunity to renew my library card and browse the shelves of lacking proportions. I didn't find anything of interest, but that's ok. Now I can go to other libraries again and take out books :)

    When I got home, Dan (The Bean) called me. We hadn't talked to each other in quite some time. He updated me on life in Buffalo. He'll be in the area for all of 3 days for Christmas. I'm hoping to steal him for a few hours because I haven't seen him in FIVE YEARS :( That's a really long time to be without your best friend. So, we shall see. I'm really hoping. At least we have our Christmas Eve and New Years Eve traditions to look forward to.



    Dec. 5th, 2010 03:06 pm
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    My Saturday was great! Brian and I went to Hoshi's for lunch (YAY Sushi!!) and then to the relocated Trader Joes. Woohoo!! The store is in a much bigger place now and directly in view of that new Whole Foods store which opened back in March. We bought dinner and some other random things (like Trader Joe's Cilantro & Jalapeño Hummus OMG!!!!!!!!)

    Anyway, when we got back to his place, I was very thankful to not have missed out on the opportunity to chat on ustream with WasabiFlux, KittasaurusRex, and muertaXangela.

    It started out as an innocent stream of WasabiFlux swapping computer parts and the rest of us pining over his hair. No, really LOOK AT HIS HAIR! ::Ahem:: Moving along... so, then it devolved into reading aloud some of James Joyce's naughty letters. In order to get WasabiFlux to read one aloud, KittasaurusRex agreed to read aloud two of them and muertaXangela said she'd read some of her original work.

    After WasabiFlux read, KittasaurusRex set up a stream and we all migrated over there. I really love her glasses. Très sexy.

    Meanwhile, muertaXangela was setting up her stream and after KittasaurusRex was done reading the two letters, which were carefully selected by WasabiFlux, we all migrated there. And as I already knew, muertaXangela really *is* adorable. She even has a super cute laugh!! I made her blush quite a few times, and I got a screenshot of the best time of them all (I might share it, if I get permission to do so, otherwise y'all will just have to use your imagination to see this chick blushing).

    So, did I mention she's adorable? No, really, she is. And smart, and sexy, and funny, and I could go on but, I think she has already turned a lovely crimson red as she reads this. I love her accent. She's a UK girl, so mmmm English accent. ::swoon:: She read an exerpt from one of her writings in progress. She could read to me anytime she wants! Rawr. And so the night continued on and we all chatted and chatted and chatted. 12 HOURS into chatting (WasabiFlux had fired up ustream at 3:15pm), I had to go to bed. It was 3:15am, after all. Granted, if I was not at Brian's, I likely would have been up even later. I was having so much fun and I didn't want the experience to end.

    So, I say to Jeph Jacques (even though he might never see this post, and if he does, that would be super sweeeeeet!!) thank you so much for bringing us together through your love of streaming as you draw Questionable Content. If not for that, I might have never met WasabiFlux, KittasaurusRex, or muertaXangela.

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    My friend Becky ([ profile] fuukaba) recently went to a conference in Indiana and when she was on her way back home, she ventured into a gift shop and there were TONS of cow things, so she couldn't resist buying me this:

    Becky is awesomesauce!! :-D

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    About a month ago, I was invited to go to Wing Night, tonight, at Croxley's Ale House in Farmingdale by the #crankys on Twitter. In order for me to be able to go, I had to pull a few strings and switch around some stuff. I moved Family Dinner Night for this week to tomorrow night, and got Brian to come along with me! YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY!

    I met everyone around 7:15pm (due to my phone missing tweets...lousy phone). There were 6 of us: Ethan, Jason, Nelson, Damien, myself, and Brian. Since it was International Leslie Day, Leslie was unable to join us and the Crankycommuter had work things to take care of, so she (Yes she, #crankys) wasn't able to join us either.

    Good times, wings, and beer were had by all. Huzzah!! :) Next time wing night with #crankys comes around, COUNT ME IN!!

    Thank you for the great night, guys!!!

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    As if Cee-Lo Green's "Fuck You" couldn't get any better, I present to you this gem:

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    [ profile] auntiesiannan made my LJ into a Paid one :)


    Thank you dearie :) ::huggles::

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    An 8-year old plays Adventure on the ATARI 2600 for the first time. Father gets nostalgic and hilarity ensues.

    And now I want to hook up my ATARI and play River Raid. Who's with me??


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