- During my visit to Clarksville oer the weekend I went with my sister and her young'ns to church. Now, I haven't been to church since, uh, Easter about 10 years ago. Not that I have anything against it, it's just not my thing. Well anyways, my sisters HOT friend was going so I thought the proper thing to do was to go along. The church was the darndest thing I've ever seen. It's a non-denominational place, which means they're down with Jesus, but they don't have lots of old dogma to get hung up on, or something like that.
Anyways, this church is designed for young upwardly mobile hip families. Really, it had a food court just like the Mall. They had a live rock band (they were singing about Jesus but it was rock music) and they had these giant screens behind the preacher guy with a friggin powerpoint presentation running on them and they offer mp3's of the sermon from their website. How hip is that? The preacher guy was young and hip and funny too, he was making jokes and was actually very entertaining. Anyways, I have no plans to join a church but if Clevia had a place like that I think I would go every once in a while, it was crawling with hot milfs too. Crikey.
- I had a follow up visit with Dr. Bombay this morning for the cyst on my hand. Well, the cyst is all gone, praise Jesus, but Dr. Bombay once again thought I had too much blood so she sent me to the lab to have some taken out. Ugh. I could never be a heroin user, that stickin needles in your arm is whack. Plus, the good Dr. said she heard a heart murmour and she sent me off to the Heart floor for an ultra-sound.
The heart floor was damn depressing, all these old farts walking around waiting to die and staring at me like I'm an piece of meat or something. But the ultra-sound was the coolest thing ever. You get to lay there and look at the computer screen while Dr. Frankenstein does all the tests. You can watch your valves flapping and you can see the heart muscles contracting and whatnot. Way cool. Dr. Bombay says I'm most likely fine and dandy but she's one thorough doc so she wanted to be sure.
- Hammy the sammy for lunch today, along with the standard huge vat of small-curd cottage cheese. QED.
- Dude, I bought a Dell. Yeah yeah, it's un-hip and un-cool, blah blah blah. My dad actually gave me his blessing on it, telling me for what I had picked out he couldn't save me any money and if I'm willing to live with the Dell parts lock-in it's a fine deal. So I pulled the trigger. I went with the 19 inch digital flat panel monitor even though it was a bit more, plus I went with the Audigy ZS2 soundcard which should work with loonux. They're building it right now and I should have it in about a week and a half or so. All told it was $1,259. So now I have to figure out how to install loonux to dual-boot on this bastard. Plus I think I may get a couple games for it, like maybe Normandy Invasion or some other WWII game, so I can kill some Nazis!
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