Thursday, June 20, 2013

sunglasses on a hotdog? now I've seen everything!

I preferred the old Morant's cards, but this "cool guy" hotdog makes me laugh every time I see it.  That's why it's on my work bulletin board to remind me to "hang in there".  They also have magnets!

The wedding approacheth.  Working on writing the ceremony. Almost done. Not nervous yet but I know I will be.  I like public speaking but there is always that first few minutes of nerves and then I'm like "this is awesome, everyone is listening to me!"

LowBrau changed the DJ setup to by the front doors, which is just back to how they used to have it and it sounds wayyyyy better.  Scott and Roger's set last night was the most enjoyable yet, and unless they are hosting an event there, Tuesdays at that time are not crowded.

Mantles Pitchfork review out today!  I recomment you listen to "Hello"

15 comments:

The Armeniac said...

Cool guy hot dog is the best!!science ceiespi

Cody Scott said...

Did you accidentally type your captcha in the comment box, or is that Latin for "sausage science" or something?

The Armeniac said...

Accidental captcha, but let's pretend it's Latin for science sausage!Did you hear how big Carl Sagan's science sausage was!?

beckler said...

I can honestly say I've never thought about Carl Sagan's dick until just now.

Anonymous said...

I hear it's kinda wormhole-shaped.

-DB

Natalie Rose said...

dick like a hole, dark as your soul.

N.

Cody Scott said...

I hear it's grows exponentially until it collapses into a black hole.

beckler said...

It travels faster than the speed of sound, therefore it arrives somewhere before it begins?
Am I getting this relativity thing right?

It has no beginning and no ending

It started the Big Bang

By the time you see it it has already been dead for thousands of years

It can't be viewed without high-powered telescopes

Some people used to call it "The Red Dwarf"

beckler said...

You can navigate by its position in the sky.

beckler said...

At certain times of the year it's close to Uranus

beckler said...

Storms on its surface can sometimes disrupt radio frequencies

Anonymous said...

It's circumcised.

-DB

beckler said...

It takes a team of hundreds of people to launch it

It has to be surrounded by scaffolding before it launches

The Armeniac said...

I heard it launched Curiosity all the way to Mars.

The Armeniac said...

It's billions and billions of light years long.