Monday, June 27, 2005


So as I sit here in front of the computer writing random articles and tirelessly musing about the stupidity of man and the brilliance of me, I started thinking of people that I have really lost touch with the past weeks, months and years. Friends, ex's, crushes, co-workers, people I may have had one good conversation with, etc.

It's weird to think about the sheer volume of people that come and go through your life, from birth to death. I couldn't even begin to guess the amount of people that I have met over the years, even if I had to ballpark it, it would be probably in the tens of thousands. For three years I met probably about at least 30 brand new people a day working at Fitness World. Do I remember or see any of them, no, not really. However, there are always those people that come into your life and leave a footprint, a stamp, a mark of some sort that stays with you for the rest of your life. Whether the footprints are good or bad, they leave a mark that ultimately makes you... you.

From the guys who spent 13 years beside me, bleeding and sweating on a sheet of ice, to the people that you could just sit with and talk for hours about any and everything over a cup of tea or a glass of beer. From the kids I rode bikes with around my block when I wasn't old enough to see a PG 13 movie on my own, to the guys I'd sit with in the cafeteria in high school.

Here's to everyone. From the friends I've met and lost, to the ones I may meet and love.

Saturday, June 25, 2005

Quote Of The Day

"You should never underestimate the predictability of stupidity."

- Vinnie Jones (Snatch)

Thursday, June 23, 2005

Rambling Man

What does it feel like to sleep in a bed? I have spent so many nights on couches, in sleeping bags and in cars lately that I have seriously forgotten what a nice comfortable bed feels like.

In the past week I have found myself in Nelson, butt-fuck Alberta, camping up a logging trail 30km north east of Squamish, Whistler and Seattle. Rewind 8 days and I would have told you I'd be working and hanging out at Steve's all week. As wild, crazy and sleep/cash depriving as this has been I am probably a better person than I was a week ago. I needed this as bad as Martha Stewart needed a different stock broker. I am so rejuvenated and ready to go its unbelievable, all I need to do first is get a good nights sleep.

(Maybe more tomorrow)

Saturday, June 11, 2005


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I have been beyond busy the past little while and, thus, I haven't been able to update this thing as much as I should. Here's to hoping that this post will get the ball rolling again and spark or inspire some creativity.