Monthly Archives: August 2008

Best Presidential Debate Ever

[fade in from commercial. John McCain is in the middle of the squared circle.] McCain: “My friends…” [crowd boos slowly, X-Pac style] McCain: “My friends! Please! I come before you tonight to speak about an issue of great importance. I’m … Continue reading

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Gear List (Updated!) and Feelers

Woo vacation!! Amazing how wonderful a few days of vacation can feel – I can’t imagine what quitting our jobs to travel will feel like. Probably scary as hell! But I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I’m excited to … Continue reading

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By Kent Nerburn – "To My Friends" – Inspiring Words

To my friends: We need to travel. If we don’t offer ourselves to the unknown, our senses dull.Our world becomes small and we lose our sense of wonder.Our eyes don’t lift to the horizon; our ears don’t hear the sound … Continue reading

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What is it we really want?

I was thinking last night, in that hazy drift between wakefulness and solid sleep, of our upcoming journey and our jobs, and many other various items that sweep in and out of a tired mind. What is it we really … Continue reading

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Blight upon Humanity

The Oatmeal Raisin Cookie is a vile creation and not fit for human consumption. “Where is all of this venom coming from?” you may ask. I hate oatmeal raisin cookies. h8! It looks good from a distance, like a chocolate … Continue reading

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1978 Kawasaki KZ400

Price: $700 Needs: Needs a speedometer cable, cam gasket, headlight, tail light, blinker piece. Other issues: Starter not working (kick start only), dies when idling. Needs a good cleaning. 🙂 Now I just gotta learn how to ride it.

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Who I Am

Indi described me as: He’s a 27-year-old Nintendo fan, tech-savvy-nerd-boy, who just happens to be very, very intelligent and good-looking. I am biased, I realize, but I like to think those are pretty objective realities. He is thin, but not … Continue reading

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