Today I attended all 3 of my classes for the first time in about two weeks. In my defense, I only have classes on Tuesday/Thursday. Wait, that doesn’t help does it?
I saw a West Virginia license plate with the words “Wild, Wonderful” printed at the bottom. I don’t think anything more needs to be said.
Thunder sent in this quote from The Boss (Bruce Springsteen):
“The pressure coming from the government and big business to enforce conformity of thought concerning the war and politics goes against everything that this country is about – namely freedom.”
Thunder told me to “do with it what you will”, but I don’t really know what that’s supposed to mean, so I’m just going to leave it at that. I do wonder, however, why Thunder was at brucespringsteen.com (which he listed as the source for the article).
Brad Friedel, goalie extraordinaire for US Soccer was just elected to the All-Premiereship team, becoming the first American ever to do so. American soccer is on the rise! His name is even being mentioned on the short list of keepers to replace Fabian Barthez’s butterfingers on Man U. Go Brad, Go Brad, it’s your birthday!
Dan asks, “Did Asians never discover cheese? They don’t have cheese in any of their dishes. I just think that’s weird.” Well, being half-Asian myself, I can honestly say that I have absolutely no idea.
Speaking of Asian food, I went to Golden Dragon for the first time in months today. It was kinda nice going back in there, it brought back a lot of memories of me sitting in there reading my Newsweek while enjoying some beef and broccoli. Unfortunately, the b&b hadn’t been too desirable the last couple of times I had gone in there, so I usually pass up “The Dragon” for Sakura. Today my wallet could only afford lo-Mein, but it was awesome. Whenever I need a cheap, filling meal, I’ll definitely think of “The Dragon” and their lo-mein.
Don’t forget, Smallville’s on tonight.