I Have Identified The Enemy

And the enemy is beer.

After attempting to run yesterday morning, which turned out to be more than a walk then a run, I returned to the Sunday Runners to eat and drink. And drink I did. Somehow I managed to hang out until around 2pm at which point I headed home. Well, I headed to the nearby Chinese buffet and then I headed home. Once I returned home I turned on the television to watch football and I was sleeping in a matter of moments.

On My Flight Home Friday
I never seem to sit next to celebrities. While my flight home was no different, I was seated next to Pat Dooley, author or Game of My Life Florida: Memorable Stories of Gator Football. The only reason I knew he was an author was because I overheard him talking about book signings while everyone was waiting to board the plane.

ITP Flickr Pic
This was my view on Friday

Fear Not, The Propeller Was Turning

My view today will be different (no propeller), I only hope that I still see white clouds. Unfortunately, the weather forecast doesn’t look good.

The Environment Wins, The Environment Loses
There is something very wrong with the idea of driving all the way to Alpharetta so that that I could recycle my old computer monitor. However, that is exactly what I did on Saturday morning.

While I was up in the area I drove around the mall area looking for the same stores that I can find ITP; it just seemed so natural to do it up there. I got a good laugh when I was trying to head from Circuit City to Target and used Jill the GPS to help me out. Little did I know that Target was 0.3 miles down the shopping center. I only wish Jill would have said “Get out of the car and walk you moron.”

The Deatbeat Dads Are Just Losing This Week
Rats, there goes the perfect season. It looks like the East Atlanta Deadbeat Dads are going to lose their first game of the season, and to make matters worse it’s to a team they should have crushed. My opponent has scored 140 points, forty of which came from Kevin Curtis, a guy who was projected to score around five. While I still have some hope, it comes in the form of two New Orleans Saints players — Marques Colston and Reggie Bush.

Don’t Look Now, Fall Is Here
While we probably can’t expect cooler temperatures anytime soon, the TV networks are cranking up their programming. In case you were wondering when The Office was going to return you will be happy to know that it will happen this Thursday. If Thursday still seems too far away then I recommend you go onto NBC’s website and watch the short in-character “What I did this Summer” trailers that the cast members have made.

And now for some ideas stolen from LiveJournal…
Current Mood – flustered
Current Music – Sirius Satellite Radio, Channel 26 playing Pulp — “The Trees”
Website Of The Day – I am going to start rewarding myself for getting things done. One place I will get my rewards is Perpetual Kid.
Exercise (b)Log – walking/running, approximately 5.5 miles
Monthly Mileage – 12 miles
Mode Of Transportation To Work – My car

September Goals
1) Get my first Ruby / Ruby on Rails program written
2) Lose 5 pounds (if at first, second, third, fourth, you don’t succeed….)
3) Take now fewer than three photos a day
4) Listen to (and review) one CD a day in September

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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4 Responses to I Have Identified The Enemy

  1. Terri (SW) says:

    Too bad you knocked out…The Apples in Stereo show was amazing! The opening bands, Aqueduct and Morning State, were not too shabby either! I was a good girl and didn’t go too crazy, alcohol-wise. Got to bed early enough. Sadly, because of all the yelling, I cannot talk today. Video it is!

  2. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    I am very bummed that I missed the show. I think that I saw Morning State a couple of weeks ago opening up for Meat Puppets. I thought that they were pretty good also.

  3. Ray Swords says:

    You can create some pictures…. rather than just take them.

    What is your vision.

    What do you have to say through your vision.

    What do you say every day through your every act.

    What do you bring to the table?

    Do you understand the messages everyone has in common?

    Angry white man. frustrated man in a land of plenty.


  4. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    Thanks Ray, you made me think and smile.

    Who would have thought that you’d get so many relevant fortunes out of those cookies? 🙂

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