Well, I Was In A Half Decent Mood

And then Firefox on my new installation of WinXP just locked up solid causing me to lose all of my text. Argh!

Was I Running Or Swimming?
With anticipation of my running companions bailing last night because of the rain and poor forecast I waited at George’s dressed in my non-running clothes, and then Sarah arrived. Sarah wouldn’t even think about not running, even if there was a tornado outside (okay, I could be exaggerating here).

Sarah, John, and I suffered through nearly six miles of humidity running a modified version of our 17th Street bridge run. When I made it back to George’s it felt more like I had gone swimming instead of running.

And Along The Way
The three of us witnessed an all-to-common auto/biker verbal confrontation about sharing the roads and associated laws. I was going to do some research on pedestrian / cycling laws, but when I try to go to “http://www.georgia.gov” I am greeted with a “host not found” error.

Has the state run out of money and can no longer host a site?

Anyone know a better site to find out this information?

Is It Just Me Or Has The Amazing Race Become Boring?
Don’t get me wrong, last night I moved MoJo into the “I hate them” category but by and large I am starting to get a real blase (sp. because I am too lazy to look up the accented e html code) attitude toward this season’s The Amazing Race. The remaining four teams could all get lost at sea and I am not sure that I would much care. Maybe it’s just my current mood…

Proof That I Occasionally Make It OTP
There was this one time back in 2003 that I left my beloved land of ITP and took this picture.

The Big Chicken

As I take more photos this space will routinely show off my talents. Hey, it’s my blog cut me some slack.

And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – cranky
Current Music – Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 26 playing Robyn Hitchcock and the Egyptians — “So You Think You’re In Love” (if you’ve been reading you know that I am not, or at best I have unreciprocated love)
Website Of The Day – This one goes out to my friends Stacy and Phil with whom I will be watching Survivor tonight… [WARNING: turn down your sound] MooTube (my cow!).

If you ever want a quick glance of the sites I’ve picked for my Websites Of The Day, you can check them out on del.icio.us, my user name is InsideThePerimeter (go figure), and they are all tagged as “blogged.”

Exercise (b)Log – ~6 miles of running in last night’s soup

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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5 Responses to Well, I Was In A Half Decent Mood

  1. Anonymous says:

    How can you not love the hippies? They are the funniest couple ever on this show. They have fun & actually look at their surroundings. I’ll be bummed if they don’t win.

    And – just so you know, lucky me, my new job is very near that Big Chicken, I get to see it almost every day when I head out for lunch. I know you are jealous.(I haven’t ventured inside it yet)

  2. Paulie says:

    @Barb: Okay, I do like the Hippies and hope they win.

    @Martha: Gracias!

  3. Anonymous says:

    First, I definitely thought about not running last night. The only reason I did run was because YOU were there…shamed into running AGAIN!

    Second, try this site for bike laws. It’s confusing. The law says you “shall not ride more than two abreast”, but the Bike Sense booklet suggests single file in traffic for courtesy. As I said last night, I belive single file, when possible, is a good idea…keeps traffic moving and all that.

    Third, as someone else mentioned recently, the word verification is getting damn near impossible to read!


  4. Paulie says:

    @Sarah: In theory I wanted, no Needed, to run. I was looking for any excuse not to, but your arrival signaled that I shouldn’t be so lazy.

    The laws aren’t clearly defined. And I think you are correct about the pedestrain laws — “you should ALWAYS yield to pedestrians”.

    Finally, if I would ever get off my ass and change blogging software Word Verification would be a thing of the past. (as I struggle to read mine)

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