Monday, March 31, 2008

Maybe Your CDs Are In His Truck?

So I am currently in the library, waiting for my health center appointment. The guy next to me is listening to Blink 182 on his iPod way too loud.

There is a dude from my old apartment building here. He looks like a woolly mammoth.

Saturday before last I made an egregious error in judgment and did something I most definitely should not have. It is hard to deal with fucking up so huge. I may have ruined a very valuable friendship. I've never regretted anything more than that drunken action. I just hope my friends will forgive me. But even more so I hope that certain individuals will get their comeuppance. Though my error was terrible and I will never be sorry enough, I hope that the broader lesson is that I am not the first, the last nor the worst. He's done it before and he'll do it again. My actions are reprehensible and I will have to deal with that, but more than anything I hope she can see what a bastard he is to her for no reason other than it is a habit. Gah.

So yea... Cheaters never prosper, honesty is the best policy, etc etc.

In other news:

Maritza, Heather and I went to see Charlie Bartlet. Dan reviewed this film earlier and I agree that it is clever and humorous. I definitely recommend the film. It is a good way to spend some time.

Heather also introduced me to FatBurger today for lunch. She claims that it is a "taste revolution," which I found, after some googling, is a Miller Lite slogan. It definitely applies though. I really enjoyed my turkey burger and onion rings. Again, I most definitely recommend it to everyone. It might cost a lot of weight watchers point but it was well worth it flavor-wise.

Finally, after going through the Los Angeles Downtown News (Heather's copy, of course), I found an ad for Sumo Showdown in the City of Angels at the LA Sports Arena. I totally want to go! I am still trying to figure out what "contribution seats" are because otherwise I may be priced out of the event. As much as I want to go, I don't want to spend $35 for cheap seats to a sumo wrestling event. We'll see. Anyone else interested in going if I can find some tickets on the cheap (June 7 or 8)?

I have a doctor's appointment on Friday to have blood drawn for follow-up anemia testing and another battery of blood screening panels.

And Finally: There has been talk of maybe going to a couple baseball games here and there this season. I was even considering getting a package of tickets for the Angels (but I might could swing the Dodgers since we are in LA). Anyone want to go in with me on this? I am researching to see if there is a cheap seat package that would include lots of free giveaway nights.

I went through the websites for the Dodgers and Angels. The Dodgers site wasn't loading the mini-plan page so I couldn't compare offers (I will see if it works later tonight) but the Angels have a 9 game plan that has seats for as little as $9/game. For $81 (plus parking and stuff) we could go to 9 baseball games. I think that is a pretty good deal. It'd be nice if the Dodgers had a similar plan (public transit to a closer location). I'd prefer to go to Angels games (OC, holler!) but there are some definite advantages to going to Chavez Ravine. We'll have to see if they offer something good.

1 comment:

Dan St. John said...

Yeay! Charlie Bartlett! I'm glad you enjoyed it. I thought it was witty and clever and the like.