Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Lace Up A Coping Mechanism - or - Ready, Steady, Deal With You Shit

It seems like when ever there are bad decisions made on my part, the only way to get them off my mind is by running. I have a bad knee, a bad elbow, a huge bruise on my ribs, and a rather stiff neck from the weekend, mostly from Friday night, but my two jobs and my obsession with Go-Karts has chipped a bit of stiffness as well. It's when I'm the most banged up that I get the most satisfaction from getting my ass outside and running around before work. I guess it breaks the crust off my bones, rips the moss off my feet, and makes my lungs burn. It is cloudy and cold and I'm excited to get moving and start sweating. And if there is one thing I learned from Zombieland, it's that you don't wanna be a fatty when the zombie apocalypse comes around, which will most likely be a few weeks before world's crust starts to invert itself in 2012.

Whoops. Almost forgot to feed the fish. Bon Appetite Toejam, Reverend Thelonious Belafonte, Monster Truck, Boozehound, Short Bus, and Shit Head. Don't jump out of the tank while I'm away today.

Rule #32 - Enjoy the little things


  1. Anonymous12:34 PM

    How is Zombieland?? I really, really, really, REALLY want to go and see it!!!

  2. Okay...We're carving pumpkins tonight. Wanna come over?

  3. I think you're right. The little things matter. Or is it weak to not crank up the shit to infinity? Whatever the truth may be, letting go every now and then is bliss. Running for you , troll bashing for me. Go-karting for you, rambling philosophical expressions for me. Apples and oranges. Point and pointless. It's all good, soft like morning wood.

    P.S: If you don't carve pumpkins with Tripp, you go from a 10 to a 9 on my awesomeness scale (scaled from 0-10). Just sayin'.

  4. There were pumpkins. We carved them.