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and I finished a game of disc golf before the rain.

I don’t understand this weather. We had Hell Storm around 4:00, but now at 6:15, it’s quite sunny. On a different note, Bloomington’s streets don’t drain. While I was driving Ryan to the Journalism School, I had to drive through the streets turned rivers. They were so deep that I had a Rooster Tail off each side of my car while I was driving. It was insane!

Anyway, last night was awesome. All of us in Kappa Kappa Psi, including out new initiates, went out to Steak n’ Shake, but not the normal one. We went to the one by Wal-Mart because ours was packed with the munchkin convention. I don’t know what parents let their kids go to Steak n’ Shake at Midnight, but apparently about 40 or 50 kids parents think it’s a good idea. Whatever, you’ll never see my kids at Steak n’ Shake at Midnight until they’re in high school. Shout it out to Rachael, Sophia, Katie, Holly, Will, Graham and Emma for completeing their Prospective Member semester! Yay for new brothers!!! That makes me happy 🙂

Beth and I played some disc golf today, I ended -1 on the day. It started sprinkling on hole 14, so I started playing really fast, so I ended up paring all but 18, which I birdied. I also bought two new discs today, I really really like them both. I could get to be a good disc golf player by the end of the summer as long as I get to practice each week, maybe twice each week 🙂 that would be ideal ;). I have so many discs now that I need to get a caddy bag, hint hint, wink wink, nudge nudge. If you love me you’ll buy me one :). I also bought two new Magic – The Gathering decks and two expansion packs. I haven’t played that in a long time. I’m looking forward to kicking some ass with my new decks.

This is the end of yesterday’s comments/posts/whatever

Stupid people amaze me

Here’s what happened to me at the store this morning…

I walk into the ghetto Kroger to get some doughnuts for breakfast. I end up getting the small bag of Krispy Kreme Minis. First of all, everyone in Bloomington must do their grocery shopping at 7:15 in the morning. There was a line of 15 people at the one open check-out lane. The first guy was paying for his food with a check, so it took him a long time. The next two people went quickly. Number three was a lady who’s debit card was not working in the slider thing. The store manager on duty had to be called over, then the bank had to be called before they could process the card manually. I don’t understand what calling the bank has to do with typing in 16 numbers into a cash register. Anyway, the next guy had an overflowing cart of food. Just because of sheer amount of goods, he took a good 5 minutes to check out of the store. Five, Six and Seven all had one item. Eight was a lady buying diapers with a check…why people pay with checks, I”ll never understand. They’re just as insecure as debit/credit cards. All anyone needs to make an online transaction is the tracking numbers on the bottom of a check… Anyway, Nine, the guy two in front of me. He was buying hotdogs. Apparently the hotdogs did not ring up right or something because he was complaining about his reciept. He made his purchase with a Kroger gift card (didnt’ know they existed until this morning) so it was complicated to reimburse him. Somehow between the lady with the debit card and the hot dog man, the store managers had changed, because some newbie manager was who was called to the counter this time. She had no clue how to do anything on the machine. I probably could have figured it out in the time it took her to walk to the counter, but I dare not touch the machine for fear of getting arrested. The buy in front of me took his sweet time unloading his cart onto the conveyor belt. After he was gone, it was finally my turn. I hand her my doughnuts, she scanns them, I give her $3 to pay for a $2.39 bill. She’s out of quarters…just as I think I’m about to get out of the dammed store, no quarters. Talk about the luck. It took her, no kidding, five minutes to find more quarters so I could leave. By this time I was so angry that I didn’t even tell her to have a nice day. I should have, there was no reason for me not to, but I was just sick and tired of waiting in line.

That’s my story of today. Hope you enjoyed.

What I see out my window…

mmmm…..little sun….lot of wet….looks gloomy…
If this picture could forecast the day, I’m sure it could do it without a problem. My story above proves to me that today is going to be interesting, all up until the banquet this evening. I’m looking forward to some time to relax, eat with some brothers and sisters, then go out afterward to celebrate a semester ended. I can’t wait…

Song of the day Overture – The Temple of Syrinx – Rush 2112

Quote of the day “I think we dream so we don’t have to be apart so long. If we’re in each other’s dreams, we can play together all night.” – Bill Watterson, Calvin & Hobbes

Mac Fund $340.04

Congrats to the Delta Xi Class of the Alpha Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi! Well done!

peace out yo!

tm