Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Does anyone know what P.O.E.T.S. day is?

I do!!! My accounting teacher was trying to make the class more fun this past Friday. He said "Happy P.O.E.T.S. Day!" and nobody knew what he was talking about. Well, if anyone wants to know, it means poo (the other word for pee but we're keeping it clean) on everything, tomorrow's Saturday. I love it! It certainly made the class more enjoyable.

I've started listening to Explsions in the Sky and I gotta say, this is the best non-singing band I've ever heard. I know Brie that you told me to listen to it probably 6 months ago, but I didn't like the inconvenience of finding it and putting it on my computer, etc, etc. But my friend Scott at school had the soundtrack to Friday Night Lights on him USB jump drive. I quickly took it and put it on my laptop and I haven't stopped listening to it since. It's been 3 days straight listening to them. So good.

I guess that's it for now. Just wanted to let you know that every Friday is P.O.E.T.S. day so remember to celebrate!!!!!

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Another brilliant mind ruined by higher education...

So, guess what? I'm in school now. I haven't posted since August last year I believe so I'm now a college student going into my second term. It rocks!!!!! I'm getting good grades, I get to hang with some pretty awesome people, and it doesn't hurt having a bar complete with pool tables in the school.

So, since August I worked at Best Buy, lost my job at Best Buy, missed my sister, and studied. What a fun life, eh? But it has it's good sides. I enjoy the time I spend with Brie even more, get an 88% average, and made some pretty wicked friends at Best Buy.

All this positive junk is freaking me out right now. I'm usually not like this. How about a nice throw-back to the good ol' days with a nice horoscope? OK!

Someone will ask you what you want to do this weekend. That may seem like a good time to say, "What am I, psychic?" It's not though.

By the way, my birthday is on Saturday! I'll be 21. What do you do when you don't smoke, drink, do drugs, or gamble? Any ideas?

Friday, August 19, 2005

Some days you're the dog, some days you're the hydrant.

Hi everyone. It's been a while. I hope all is well. I don't really have much to talk about.

I was reading the reader's digest and came accross a section where someone made up new words or phrases. Here are a couple.

flaparazzi (fla pah' rah tzee) n.
A person in the background of a live news report, waving stupidly at the camera. (Also telepathetic, vextra, eyejacker.)

moanotone (mown o' toen) n.
The quavering voice you use when you call work to tell them you're sick. (Also arggghccent, phlegmbellishment.)

Well, that's it. See ya soon.

Monday, May 23, 2005

Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool.

So, Alisa asked me to post again and I'm not busy right now so I thought, why not?

I'm going to see the final installment of Star Wars today with Julie. It should be swell. I'll be sure to write about it and ruin it for all those who haven't seen it.

Yesterday I spend all day after church at Nanny's cleaning out "The Hole" to turn it into my new room. It's going well. I'm pretty sure that if ownership of a house was determine by the majority species living there that the spiders would be able to kick all of us out. They've built little web colonies all over the place. We should start charging them rent. But, I've got a lot of cleaning and sanding and poly-filling and priming and painting. So, I'll take pics of the process and post them on my photo blog.

For now I'll leave you with another fun filled joke.

Stupid Steve: I wish I had the memory of a goldfish.

Max: But a goldfish has a memory of only three second.

Stupid Steve: What does?

I love jokes about goldfish memories. I'm reminded of my friend Mike who whenever a goldfish comes up on casual conversation, always spins in a circle and says, "Look at the pretty castle. Look at the pretty castle. Look at the pretty castle."

Have a good day everyone!!

Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Atheism is a non-prophet organization.

Well, I've come to the decision that it's pretty hard to blog every day. I know. Excuses, excuses. But what on earth could I have to say each day? Nothing.

What have I done today so far that would be oh so very interesting? Woke up at 10:48. Watched Dawson's Creek until noon and then practiced some guitar. Now, I'm going to finish a puzzle that I started over two months ago, I believe.

One of these days I'll have something good to talk about. But for now, I'll leave you with a horoscope. It's applicable to all signs.

It will irritate you that nobody you meet any more has a "normal" name. Everyone is a "Darius" or a "Baxter" or a "Kyle". Just to be ornery, you will change your name to "Xnarp".

Have a good one, all!

Friday, March 25, 2005

Nothing is more dangerous than an idea when it's the only one you have.

So, I'm back again. Trying to get back in the habit of blogging. Yesterday was a very uneventful day. Aside from the fact that the team I have in my training class won the game again at the end of the night and got to go home early, for the third night in a row!!

Good news everyone! The fifth season of Dawson's Creek will be out on DVD on May 3. If you're thinking of a nice "Andi's cool, let's get her a gift for the heck of it" present, it's numero uno on the list.


I was driving along the Stuart Highway when I saw a sign saying "Rest Area 50 Kilometers" and thought WOW that’s big.

Well, I guess that's it for now. It's starting to get difficult to find jokes worth telling, so if there are any special requests as to what kind of jokes or anything else you want on the blog, let me know. Leave a comment or email @ wing.blogspot@gmail.com

Thursday, March 24, 2005

Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a banana.

Hello all!

I know. It's been too long. I miss having the good stories to tell. There just wasn't enough responses from readers to keep me going. I'm one of those who need the constant comments.

Since my last post, much has happened. Like I said, I was put on an outbound campaign, meaning I called people to tell them their bill was increasing. If that's not an invitation for irate customers, I don't know what is. I week or so later I was trained for the inbound billing portion. Slightly better, but not great. The possibility of being shoved onto outbound was there looming in the background.

Now, I'm in training for another campaign, similar, but it's only inbound. YEAH!!!! Don't get me wrong, I like where I work. However, if you don't like being plopped all over the place, call centres are not for you.


Did you hear the one about the plastic surgeon who vacationed in Mexico?

It got so hot that he melted.

Well, that is all for today. Remember, the more comments you give, the more posts I give. Thanks!