go smog!

April 30, 2004

159M Americans Live in High-Smog Regions
Riverside County had the nation’s worst annual and short-term particle matter pollution.

yeah! go riverside!

lazy daze

April 26, 2004

took a nap on the field outside of VLSB. yet another person asked me “where’s warren hall?” starting to read One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.

gorgeous day. found myself walking around north berkeley and ended up at the berkeley rose garden. a lot of beautiful (and expensive) houses.

on the way back, i heard some couple having sex. i laughed and kept walking. i guess it was hot and they wanted to open a window.

but the highlight of my day was playing a play money table with HOWARD LEDERER at Full Tilt Poker.


yeah, that’s right, ace high flush and trips. and yes, it was howard lederer at the table.

i know, i know. play money….


April 23, 2004

this is important. please read.

The UCR/California Museum of Photography, hailed as a cornerstone of downtown revitalization efforts in Riverside, may be on the brink of closure if proposed budget cuts are adopted.

i volunteered at the museum during high school and it was such a great place. they let us poor high school kids handle these wonderfully old photographs and mess around with their new dv equipment.

keep it open. please.

kill bill 2

April 23, 2004

i can’t top the fact that bill met bill. that’s just way too cool. i saw kill bill vol. 2 and though it had a much different flavor than kill bill vol. 1, it ruled. david carradine is the man.

i went to the job fair and i jacked a bunch of free stuff. do i feel good about myself? well, yeah.

oh yeah, i got a job rejection in the MAIL. yeah, good ol’ 37 cent spent on my ass telling me that i’m not wanted.

is it for real?

April 20, 2004

last midterm ever!

am i studying for it?


news for the day:
70% of people are dumbasses and will give up their computer password for a chocolate bar

milton from “office space” in a TRON costume. (sorta safe for work)

the pixies. in berkeley. omg.

When [Mayor] Newsom got to long-time Cow Hollow resident Sophie Bacciocco, 99, she interjected that he had “beautiful teeth,” and by the time the crowd warmed up over breakfast at the St. Francis Hotel, 98-year-old Madeline Repetti said, “He can put his shoes under my bed anytime.”