Month: August 2005

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We have come up with a new game that we like to play nearly every night, besides “Shotgun” and “Avoid Tetanus!” It’s called, “Who Gets to Eat Tonight!?!?” It’s a fun little game that only a college student can respect. In order to play, you have to find as much change as possible in order to get your meal paid for and the winner gets to eat. Tonight, Scott and I both tied. I had him beat on the home stretch, but we ended up in a tie when I went with water for my drink of choice. We walked up to the CiCi’s register with hands loaded with coins, both silver and copper and threw them onto the counter. The guy was nice about us being BROKE!! $4.33 to have all you can eat pizza. That ain’t bad. Tomorrow, we may have to skip out on the game, because the house is picked clean of change. Under the couch, the couch cushions, under our beds, our cars, our floorboards, behind the tv… it’s all cleaned out. Ramen…here we come!!  I need to call mi madre, so I can get some groceries and hopefully pay for some of my rent too.


If you have read Scott’s xanga, you know about our fight with hole punches… these little pieces of paper are everywhere. I told Scott tonight if he swept them up (they’ve been there for two weeks now, it’s about time) that I would give him a dollar. The only catch was that I am broke and this dollar would be a respect dollar. That’s right, the new currency. Forget those green backs, respect dollars take you way further in life. Once you get four of them, you can cash them in for a high five… up top, or down low, it’s your choice. You can either cash four of them or wait until you have 7 so you can get a double five, cross-town, or even some wiggles (Pauly Shore style). Either way, respect dollars are what this household runs on. Leave your credit cards at home because they can’t buy you repect OR high fives… UP TOP!!!

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We just gave away FREE CABLE TV!!!!! Last week the Cox guy came out and turned it on for us when he was turning on our cable internet too. The only thing was, we weren’t signed up for cable tv or anything but he turned it out and we didn’t say anything. The Cox guy came back out because we were having trouble with our internet and we said something about the cable… he then knew that it wasn’t on our ticket that we were supposed to have it. So he had to sign us up for cable (that we have to pay for now). Oh well… we still get free playboy’s thanks to the people that lived here before us.  


Kanye’s new cd comes out Tuesday…. if I had some money, I would fo sho buy it at midnight. Maybe someone will and I can just buy it. Please Christine!!!

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School starts tomorrow. No dice!! I am kind of excited though. I am taking a bunch of marketing classes this semester. Promotional Strategy, Legal Studies of Business, Consumer and Market Behavior, Sales Management, Macro Econ, and Managerial Accounting. I am anxious to see who all is in my classes. Hopefully people I know. We are starting our flag football team back up to. It’s pretty much the same team as last year but with a few more recruits. We’re changing our team name though from the 2nd String All-Americans to The Replacements. I like the old name, but change can be good I suppose.



The Second String All-Americans, 2004


Yesterday was awesome!! So we woke up around noon or so and then we got up and around. Scott and I had nothing on our agenda for the entire day until 3:30 and then we were on a tight schedule from there. At 1:30 or so we started to play some Madden and then we lost track of time. At 3:24 we left to go enter our live draft for our fantasy football league and then at 4:47 we left to go to the city for an indoor soccer game at 5:30… we were late. The best part of the night was the games, there were two. I played in them as well… my first soccer games ever and I did pretty well for my first time. I scored a goal with the help of a sweet pass by Chelsea. And I also got an assist, but I passes it to the other team and they scored the goal… an assist none the less.

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You know what I love?!? Albino old guys named Eugene, Hepatitis B & C (A’s cool with me), and Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch…


Let us begin with Friday evening. It was late Friday night and a few of us went to Shortcakes. Shortcakes is a 24 hour diner that tends to every demographic amongst Stillwater, and how!! It was late and Cole, Stacia, Scott, Ashlie, along with myself all went to Shortcakes to eat (except only two of us ate). It was a good time for me being the fifth wheel, but not knowing this at the time. We met this old guy named who was dubbed Eugene by Stacia. Eugene is this crazy old guy that has a distinct look to him that reminds me of Powder (you know, that 1994 box office hit) with a slight resemblence of Courtney Love. How that works out you may ask, I don’t know exactly. This guy was talking loud but not really carrying conversation with anyone, and his words were not very distinguishable from moans and growns that came from him ever so often. The reason why I love this guy is that he is so friendly… he gave me a pat on the back and I’m pretty sure he eye humped the hell out of me too. Gotta love ’em!!


I don’t really love any of the hepetitis… (What is the plural of that!?!?) Though I do enjoy the company of Tetanus every now and then. It’s a fun game we like to play… “Avoid Tetanus.” Scott always wins though.


Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch was a group back in the day with Mark Wahlberg, Scottie Gee, Hector the Bootie Inspector,  DJ-T, and Ashey Ace. Mark Wahlberg is freakin’ awesome. I love “Rockstar,” the movie and his most recent, “Four Brothers.” “Boogie Nights” wasn’t his best, but still mentionable. We went and saw “Four Brothers” last night and it had everything you could ask for in a movie like that. It had violence, bloodshed, a touching back story that was overshadowed by the sound of gun blasts, and it had ANDRE 3000. It was gooooood….