Monday, June 25, 2007

3.41 - The One with the tan - Part II

it's the summer time and for most people...they tan. For me...I just get darker and darker. I've never thought much of it until this weekend when we went to the brand new Asian Buffet in down. I was there with Trav, Dan, his co-worker Meghan and my brother. The restaurant is run by some Chinese people and when the waitress came to our table she asked my brother if he was Chinese. He replied yes and she was surprised that Chinese people actually live in our town. Then she turns to me and asked if I was Filipino. Yep...that's right...Filipino. I guess I'm a little too tanned for your average Chinese guy. Perhaps I should frost my tips to complete the look...

Friday, June 15, 2007

3.40 - The One with the 13th Ocean

ok...after seeing Ocean's 13...I really wanted to be a part of a heist. Didn't have to be elaborate...just any old heist. I was up on the mezzanine level at the theater and they had the large movie poster banners just strung up from there. I was thinking how easy it would be to steal it...ya know...go in really late...or early...when not many people are there...take a knife and cut the fishing wire and grab the banner...roll it up...take the stairs down and go out the side door. You'd need a couple other people in on it...but I was sure it could be done. THEN I saw the security camera's that were pointed directly at the banners. Oh was fun just to think about it. Even if I could pull it off...what would I do with a 12 foot by 6 foot banner?

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

3.39 - The One with the canceled plans

well I had plans for they are canceled. What am I going to do now?

Monday, June 04, 2007

3.38 - The One with the backstage

Ever been backstage at a concert? I'm not talking about one that you're playing in...or working at. I mean backstage as a's something else. On Saturday we had the privilege of being backstage and meeting Hillsong United right before they went on stage at the Molson Amphitheater. To meet the band is one thing...but to be able to look out at 14,000 fans eagerly awaiting the show to start was amazing. That's when my inner rock star wanted out...I've played in front of 500 people before...but no one always likes what you play and not everyone is into it at a church service. But imagine playing in front to even 100 people who are so into what you're playing...that would be something else. I guess it's all a dream for now...

here's my random thought for the day...why are there midgets wrestling in the WWE?