I’ve just eaten one of the worst breakfasts I’ve had in a long time. Part of the problem was my laziness, part was not. The guilty breakfast consisted of a bottle of three-day-past-date-but-not-soured milk and a biscuit that I think may have been fried because it was crunchy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, both of these purchased from the cafe on the ground floor of my office building, and a piece of sausage-egg casserole that I was too lazy to heat in the microwave. The worst part of this breakfast was that I ate the entire thing because I am programmed not to throw out food. Lunch will be accordingly diminished to compensate for the amount of food I’ve just eaten.
I Hate Pant Shopping, I Love Old Navy
I have some work commitments over the next few weeks which require pants that are not blue jeans. Want to take a guess whose waistline has swollen beyond the legion of “nice” pants which hang in his closets?
Yesterday I marched into the Fantasyland known as Old Navy. According to the pants I purchased I am the same waist size as before and two inches taller. Man I love Old Navy! I’m not sure if their odd sizing is due to poor workmanship, or to make the customers feel better about themselves so they continue shopping at Old Navy — either way I don’t care.
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This was my dinner last night.
I had time to kill before my final Composition class, so I stopped into the Tin Drum at Lindbergh for a meal.
Gel Down, Stick Up
Lately I realized that I have seemingly been using far more deodorant than I have in the past. I know that I am not in need of this extra amount of deodorant, so I’ve come to the conclusion that it’s because that I am using gel deodorants instead of stick deodorants. I have a suspicious feeling that popularity of gel deodorants has nothing to do with their superiority over stick deodorants. Instead, I think that the companies who produce deodorant have done massive studies and have concluded that people use more deodorant when they use gels over sticks and thus increasing their sales.
Anyone have a rebuttal?
CD Pick Of The Week
It’s obvious from the lack of new releases today that CDs make lousy Valentine’s Day gifts. I guess you are supposed to make mix-cds for this holiday.
Given the limited selection I’ll have to pick the new release from Lucinda Williams called “West.” I have not followed much of Williams’ career, but what I’ve heard I’ve enjoyed.
And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – meh
Current Music – Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 26 playing The Faint — “Desperate Guys”
Website Of The Day – If you are into the “Save the World” and “Treehugging” bullshit like I am, then you might enjoy reading the website Lighter Footstep. Lighter Footstep is a site dedicated to sustainable living.
Exercise (b)Log – none
1) Lose two pounds. (starting weight ~205 lbs)
2) Run no fewer than fifty miles.
3) Do twenty push-ups and fifty sit-ups at least three times a week.
4) Read two books.
5) Go to the Center For Puppetry Arts.
6) Use Marta for commuting at least one day per week.
7) Get all 2007 information into Google Calendar.