This was funny. That is all.
You: the guy who answers the phone at cottage inn pizza
Me: Hungry and stoned out of my gourd
I called you from my cell phone but had completely forgot who I was calling by the time you answered the phone. Of course, you were also baked to bajeezus and forgot to tell me that I had called Cottage Inn.
When you answered and said, Whatsup? I thought about it, and after a 20 second pause I told you that was hungry. You suggested I try a pizza, and I agreed that it was probably a good idea.
Then I asked you if you sold pizza and you said that you could make me one. I said I wanted anchovies and something else on my pizza. You asked me what that something else was.
We spent five minutes listing toppings until we figured out that I was trying to remember how to say: Sun dried Tomatoes. When you said: We'll bake that right up for you, we both started laughing uncontrollably.
It was the best pizza I ever had; I just wanted to thank you for helping me out.
I want to know who is telling these kids to leave and go pro? Obviously another year of school for both these kids would have dramatically improved there draft stock. Just doesnt make sense...you think there would be someone in the university to tell these kids the truth or mentor them or something. i dont know...thoughts?
Tap away, ladies and gents.
Just curious, what was everybody's favorite corporate recruiting event they went to while up at school in Ann Arbor? I remember from my past year of a job search as a senior that they varied tremendously, from bowling and whirlyball to lectures and seminars!
The recruiter for the company I work for (a professional services firm) has begun trying to make plans for their annual recruitment of Michigan Students, and asked me what 'fun' ideas I could come up with, that would be particularly local and unique for Michigan students. Any ideas?
Unfortunately for me, I went to more of those McKinsey-styled lectures so I don't have many good experiences to draw from. Thanks for the feedback and memories!
If you thought Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus was awesome, wait until you see this! (slight sarcasm)
What happens when you combine physics, The Internet™, and a common goal in a multi-player co-op game?
If transformice has taught me anything, it's that you get utter chaos.
I've been playing this game with some of my spare time and it is an absolute blast - you're a mouse, and the goal is to grab cheese and bring it back to your hole. The kicker is that a number of other mice are trying to do the same and.. well, you'll have to see for yourself.
http://www.transformice.com/en is the link to the game; the link below has a better preview than you'll find here and accompanying video to boot.
We should get an mgoblog room going sometime.