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>> Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Good gracious, that thing was annoying. It's like Monk-email, but worse, because it's my own face. Here's where you can make your own: Enjoy



>> Thursday, April 16, 2009

I was going to celebrate with my brother and sister-in-law, but alas I was too slow. Suffice it to say, I'm moving to Utah. Finally. Yes, yes, I know. I've been saying it for over six months now. But it's actually happening this time. I'm already accepted at UVU, and am working out the last kinks of registration. I will be living at Mike's place, so I don't have to worry about housing for a few months.

It's rather nerve-wracking, really. I've been having to stress about something for the first time in a long time. I'm the sort of person where once I'm done with work, I leave it there. That makes doing homework remarkably difficult for me.

Now that spring is mostly sprung and summer will be coming quickly, it's time for cool treats again. It has almost become a weekly ritual for me to be at Sub Zero, perhaps mostly because it seems like the only time I get to talk to Ben anymore. But I've recently revisited an old friend:
Vanilla Bean Frappuccino

A Grande (medium, 16 oz in non-elitist terms) will run you 350 calories. It is wonderfully worth it, trust me. And as an added plus, you get to look hip by going into Starbucks. If you are in to that. If not, go get one anyway because they are a tasty treat that will leave you craving more.

Now playing: Weezer - Island in the Sun
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Body, fat. Fat, body.

>> Wednesday, April 1, 2009

This picture does not accurately show how amazing this sandwich really is. It is the Tendercrisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch sandwich from Burger King. Doesn't that just scream deliciousness and chicken heartstopper? Anyway, the real reason I posted this picture (it's truly tragic the picture didn't turn out as well as I hoped) is for the cheese. I kid you not, the stuff was radioactive, neon orange. I'm living under the assumption that it was some sort of April Fools Day joke by the company. I shudder to think of the other possibilities. Some of you may be thinking, "Steve, what possesses you to eat radioactive orange cheese? The answer is simply this: It is DELISH. Also, Burger King has the most tasty of all fast food fries. Discuss.

I sometimes go to great lengths to get the result I want. For instance, my phone, which provided the fantastic above image, uses Memory Stick Micro, which I purchased separate from the phone, It came with a Memory Stick Pro Duo adapter, which my computer does not read. So I had to buy an adapter for that. So it's a Memory Stick Micro in the Memory Stick Pro Duo Adapter in a Memory Stick Duo Adapter. Ultimately, it is Sony's fault, because all the formats of their proprietary Memory Stick are as follows, going from smallest to largest: Memory Stick Micro, Memory Stick Pro Duo, Memory Stick Pro/Memory Stick Duo(basically the same size), and finally the original Memory Stick. What this translates to is a monumental waste of money for both them and the consumer, constantly having to buy a new memory format for their newest Sony devices. Sony noticed that they were wasting their money, so on average it costs $15 dollars more for a Memory Stick than a comparably sized SD card. Thank goodness for Ebay. If I weren't so in love with Sony Ericsson phones, I would boycott the company.

Now playing: John Mayer - No Such Thing
via FoxyTunes


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