Here’s the run down real quick of what I’ve done. I went to traffic court. I have to return again in October with a clean record and the ticket will be off my record. I watched the Hellsing anime tv series. It was good. I saw The Happening. It was stupid. I’m playing Mass Effect. It’s huge. I got Ninja Gaiden 2. It’s ass kicking hard. I got My Brightest Diamond’s new album early. It’s enjoyable. I’m looking for a place still. I haven’t found anything in my price range. Parents got insurance on their house. We got a new retail person at work. Work is still looking grim. Had a store visit. It went well. I think that about covers everything.
Now for some matters I’m considering. Again, this is all stuff I’m still thinking about. I plan to split my personal site into two sites: one that’s a blog of my adventures and the other for projects. The latter would be my business venture. I have some great project ideas that could be profitable. There are a few things holding me back. The main one: I don’t know what the fuck I’m doing. Okay, that’s not entirely true. I need to get with some people and set out some goals and a course of action. I’m really not sure what else to say. I got a lot of ideas. I need to pick a few and run with them. I’ll let you guys know when I do decide things.
The morning packed some punches. Before going to work, a wasp entered my room. I took a notebook and smacked it down to the ground. Then I squished the notebook on top of it. The wasp was still not dead. I put my foot on the notebook to apply more pressure, but the wasp did not die. I ended up grabbing a plastic shopping bag, wrapped the wasp with it, put in the trash, and tied the trash closed.
Then as I was driving on the highway to work, an ice chest slide out from a truck with it’s hatch down. The truck was far ahead me and in the left lane while I was in the right lane. The ice chest slide into my lane. I was far back enough to slow down, turn on my emergency lights, and come to a stop on the road. When it was clear, I got out of my car and moved the empty ice chest way off to the side of the road. A dangerous task, but it had to be done because that chest would’ve caused a wreck.
Then at work, it was two people in the lab day. Of course, we were busy. I stayed over an hour extra to help Eric, the closer, get supplies reclaimed. Yeah, that was my adventure filled day.
The Cookie Monster invades this week’s You Laugh, You Lose theme.