Sunday, May 22, 2011

It's Been Such a Long Time

I finished finals and moved back home for the summer. The posts should become a bit closer to regular now. I just thought I'd check in and update before I hit the hay.

On a side note, I went out for a run today because it's finally been consistently nice enough to get back into running shape. I lifted all winter so while I did get bigger, my cardiovascular fitness went to shit. I did a few 250-300 meter sprints today and I was wiped out. Normally I could do 5-10 of em and then hit a 4 mile run easy. Guess it's been longer than I thought. Well, time to start waking up early and tossin the ol' running shoes on. Wish me luck!

Darken Rahl.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Organic Microcellular Biochemistry 2

To all 3 1/2 of you that read my blog, I apologize for not keeping up with a regular posting. School is ending within the next week which means finals are blasting me in the face and I've very little time to update with all the crazy crap from my melon. I promise I'll get back on this as soon as I can and I'll check in with all of you as well. If you're bored, click a random post in the archives on the right side of the page and hopefully that crock of lunacy will hold you over til I can write something of moderate to nuts-o quality on here. Again, my sincerest apologies.

Shoe shine.

Sunday, May 8, 2011

10,000 B.C.

I think we can all agree that Greg is the only naturally come upon name in the English language. If you're confused, let me explain. Waaaaaay back in the good ol' days, back when huntin' and gatherin' was a man's sport, everybody had simple names. There was Grog, Oog, Tok-tok and so on. Eventually, mankind shied away from hunting and gathering and began to settle down and begin the era of subsistence farming and fiefdoms and metal ages and whatnot.

As each new age came the names of the people within them had to evolve too, right? Well, Grog thought so. Grog's son was named Grug who named his son Grig who named his son Grag who EVENTUALLY named his son Greg. At that point, Greg stuck as an accepted and modern name. What'd Oog and Tok-tok do? They died. That's what. They just couldn't evolve and adapt. Now I think we all can agree that Greg is the only naturally come upon name. Unless you have another one?

Back to beating the Elite Four in Pokemon for the umpteenth million time. As always, please click the StumbleUpon button below and help me continue my experiment, pleeeease :)

Lucky Lights Candy.