I watched "There Will Be Blood" this weekend. Man. That guy got weird. His accent was odd, too.
I think I'm built a little like a T-Rex (http://qwantz.com/archive/001396.html). I really need to figure this out somehow. It's not extreme. But it's hard to find good data on what "normal" anthropometry is. I just got a look at info for elite rowers, which I'm not, but it's good statistical data about them, and these two numbers were pretty much the same in the elite and non-elite groups, but, anyways, unless I read them wrong, they suggest that my forearms might be embarrassingly short. I don't have an accurate measurement, I just pulled out a ruler and got a ballpark estimate, but we're talking on the order of 3 inches short. Which can't be right, since clothes tend to fit decently off the rack. Perhaps even the non-elite rowers have long arms.
I have to do my homework tonight. For my classes.
We watched a little bit of the game. With about three minutes left, we ran off to pick up the Chinese food we ordered. I suppose, in retrospect, we should have done it differently. However, I submit that we could not let the Chinese food get cold. We got back in time to catch the last few seconds of the game.
I hit the gym tonight. I'm back up to the point where I'm at weights that I go only with dread and constantly think, "O dear Lord, please do not crush or smite me during this squat/bench press set!" Soon I'll be back up to the point where there are fewer words and more profanity in the prayer. I will not use my new found strength for evil gains.
You know, I'm not much of a football guy, but now I feel like it'd be cool to watch that last three minutes of gametime I missed. Is there any place on the internets that does that?
Speaking of dinosaur comics: http://qwantz.com/archive/001394.html See, this is why the TARDIS is "Time and Relative Dimension in Space". This is totally trivial. I am mildly disappointed in you, dinosaur!
O dear Lord, please do not crush me or smite me! Per Dominum nostrum Jesum Christum, filium tuum, qui tecum vivit et regnat &c &c. Usually I'm not so baldly petitionary as that, but sometimes it's appropriate. Namely, when you are inviting something that weighs more than you do to crush or smite you.
I am a bad man.
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