It’s been eight months since the site has been updated, and that’s largely because I am now:
Yes, I am certifiably insane. And I don’t sleep anymore. But at least now, I’m making money and spreading my vitriolic sense of humour all over campus, in pure, unabridged editorial flavour! Bwah-ha-ha-ha, ah, the hell with the evil laugh. It’s pretty damn hard on the trachea.
New Things in My Life: see comp geek for things of a beige-ish nature. We (and by We, I mean the Science Undergraduate Society) have just had our Science Week, which culminated in one massive booze-fest featuring the stylin’ tunes of LiveOnRelease (the “I’m Afraid of Britney Spears” group), Crowned King, and Vancouver’s own Bif Naked! Once again, that was one rockin’ beer-soaked evening. Lemme say this: after four hours of dancing with very drunk, but very cute girls (including the one and only Natalie), consuming insane quantities of alcohol, and buying two rounds of shots for lots of people, and capping it all off with a view of UBC from the top of the second-tallest building on campus, while the grounds are covered in thick fog, is pretty much the closest you get to slacker heaven.
You can tell I’m employed when I’m no longer spending insane amounts of money on my computer. Instead, I am saving money for two things:
I love Europe. I want to see more of Europe. I have three weeks to burn, in between summer school terms, and that work can spare me being away from manning the servers and plugging the leaks. So I want to see Germany and France again, and meet up with friends in Scotland. But I really, really need to start planning an itinerary. Anyone out there reading with ideas of what I should see, or travel ideas in general, drop me a line.
As for the Volvo, well, though the Civic’s my first love, the S40 is my trampy, seductive, more experienced heart-stopper. It’s not as if I’m ditching the Civic; after all, a spare parking spot in my apartment’s only $10 a month. And I’ll let the S40 speak for itself: