As young adults, there is so much expected of us. There are days where you have to multi-task things that really shouldn't be done at the same time; Like filing your nails while driving. I'm a believer in enjoying everything you do and never doing anything simply because you think you "should." But this doesn't apply if you're a slacker. Being lazy is lame.

24 February 2010

Lunch Trips

For the past few weeks, a group of people (that changes each week, though some guests are consistent) have been venturing to various eateries for food on Wednesday afternoons. We have the luxury of going at a time when most of the population has already eaten; But as college students, we're always hungry. Week 1 - Cafe Rio : This place has improved itself in my eyes, as long as I stay away from the green sauce that ruined my first taste of Cafe Rio.
Week 2 - Au Natural : A great place for fresh food with a little zing, decent prices and leaves you feeling like you ate what mother nature intended for your body.
Week 3 - Back to Cafe Rio
Week 4 - Training Table : An American classic with great cheese fries and awesome accompanying dipping sauce. Burgers and sandwiches also recommended.
Week 5 - The Pie : The University celebrated food source. Never having set foot in the place, we ventured into the dark underground depths and found glorious happiness awaiting in the form of pizza, pull-aparts (cheesey breads) and Zappis. The Wise Guy Zappi is highly recommended, but be warned that it is larger than your face. Cream cheese, mozzarella, spinach, covered in dough, basil and a gentle sauce on top. De-licious.
Week 6 - Wendys : A normal everyday chain burger place that has a better reputation from the other, unnamed, fast food joints. I ordered my favorite Caesar salad and found they had changed the dressing and it no longer comes with croutons. The service here was the worst I've encountered. Some finished their meals by the time others ordered.
Week 7 - Village Inn : FREE PIE WEDNESDAY. Awesome pancakes, good service, decent prices for lots of food. My stomach doesn't usually agree with restaurant eggs, but today I fared wonderfully. The hollandaise sauce was impressive, though my slice of White Chocolate Cherry wasn't the best I've had, I recommend the Chocolate Silk or the Triple Berry.

There will be trips in the future, and I will recommend places to eat as we encounter them.

Mmmm, food....

20 February 2010

iPod Fail

Photo with Artist Fail. 
Good job iTunes.

15 February 2010

For the library.

Though a library is most commonly considered to have a calm and serene atmosphere, a library on a school campus can be far from this. Spending hours at a time in one attitude can tense your muscles; For most students classes can load up the expectations until your brain feels smoking under a steam roller. The library has provided comfortable chairs, food (expensive might I add), computers, quiet hiding places, knowledgeable people to help; But I think there is one amenity lacking. Masseurs. People who wander around the library and for a dollar a minute they'll massage your shoulders, neck and head. It would revitalize your brain to do just one more hour, just one more problem, just one more page. And what a great student job opportunity! Any one else think this would be a good idea?

12 February 2010

Oh really...


While surfing the web I came upon the Scottish National newspaper. I was looking for their classified section and noticed "Whisky" I thought it might be some clever quip referring to something I didn't recognize...

Nope. It's the real deal.

08 February 2010

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07 February 2010

You know you need a haircut when...

you look in the mirror every morning and scream at the mane surrounding your face.

While sitting in the barber chair getting hairs cut, another stylist walks past and says, "Brian, did you do that color?"

Brian replies, "Nope, it comes out of her head like this."

Thank you Grandma from mom's side, and Grandpa from dad's.
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