Thinking the dictator
frank beamer #1
Thinking the dictator
WHO WANTS A MOUSTACHE RIDE?!
If its you, no thank you. P.S. I hope your wife doesn't have a mustache.
Just got done rounding on patients, now I'm enjoying some delicious Taco Bell.
I'm busy celebrating the fact that this post brings my MGoPoints total to 1776.
"You're welcome" to anyone else who will be humming "so lick my butt and suck on my balls" for the rest of the day.
Setting up a tee time for tomorrow morning and reading MGoBlog the rest of the day. Woot woot.
about winning the lottery this weekend and then retiring.
if not then maybe I will join a cult....anybody know of any good ones?
I'm pretty sure we're all already in one. Is there enough time in a day for two cults?
Classic Adam Sandler: What do you have to do that's so important that you can't join a cult? The night time is the right time.
I loved that CD, I really liked the this 'skit' and the one with the talking goat.
It definitely is a great cd. The Goat is my favorite along with Dip Doodle (pretty sure that was the name of it).
Yea, for work. Kids are done with school now, so maybe some pool action this weekend.
I'm trying to post pics of the senior's SEAL training, and failing miserably.
edit - figgered it out.
Have a good weekend all.
Some Zombie Dust later, and more studying. I hate you all with fun things to do today.
Take a sh-tload of practice exams. It'll make you feel much more comfortable among the 1000s sitting around you.
PMBR does a good job on practice exams for the MBE
Sending out emails for my sports agency internship, followed by picking up a burrito and watching the Heat-Celtics game tonight.
Steps to obtain sports agency internship:
(1) Begin the email with these very important words: "Dear Mr. Pelinka"
(2) Write a few gushing sentences about how smooth his jumpshot was and how you are extremely jealous of his hair
(3) Profit (unless it's an unpaid internship)
Compling with number 2 is easy enough for me.
I am thinking about heading to detroit tonight to hit one of their fine casinos. I hate Greektown (auto shuffle continous deck for blackjack). Does anyone have suggestions on their favorite Detroit Casino?
I'm not a casino or gambling person, but go to a casino once in a while. I've been to Greektown and thought it was so-so. I didn't gamble much, but my friend got bent over pretty badly.
GTL. Have the day off, maybe a little BF3!
Are you on PS3?
PC my friend, where first person shooters are made to be played! :)
Dammit. Agreed. I'm already into the PS3 too deeply to change now. Wish I knew how much better controls are in PC before I started.
To follow up my post from last week's "what are you doing" thread, I asked my lady to marry me, and she said yes! Done a lot of celebrating recently, certainly enjoyable.
Tomorrow, I am working the Detroit City FC game (at 1 PM, everyone should come!), then heading up to Mt. Pleasant to celebrate my cousin's 18th birthday at the casino. Sunday, finally get to relax. It's been a crazy past week, I'm looking forward to some down time.
Congrats! I hope you now know that your weekends, and really weeknights, will now consist of wedding planning.
The great thing is, she already told me that if I say "I don't have an opinion" or "I don't care" about something... she's cool with that. Plus the wedding probably won't happen for another 2 years, so we have time to save a little more dough. But thank you for your congratulations!
It's a trap!
But seriously, word to the wise, even if you don't care, act interested and provide some insight, but avoid being opinionated. Also, she's gonna freak out, you will probably fight a couple of times (usually over the cost of something and the guest list).
As BucksFanXC said, even if you don't care, pretend like you do. I have been planning my wedding for the last 8 months (Beach wedding in Traverse City in August). There are many aspects I don't care about as long as the wife-to-be is happy, but I still pretend to care for her sake. The conversation goes something like this:
Fiance: What do you think about the centerpieces?
Me: Which one do you like?
Fiance: The square ones with the purple flowers.
Me: Perfect, that's the one I like better too.
Congratulations! Time to start planning your MGoBachelorParty . . .
If my bachelor party can resemble this movie whatsoever (well, I could do without the whole getting stuck on a rooftop thing), I will be beyond happy.
First, I love these threads.
Secondly, I did all my hard manual labor last weekend, new storm door, poured a concrete step, landscaping, organize my garage. So this weekend I'm hosting family. My grandparents are coming up to meet my daughter for the first time, she's 3mos old this week. The new step will allow my grandmother to get in and out of the house more easily I hope. I always tell my wife, gotta get the chores done in summer because once football season starts my Saturdays are spoken for.
How did you do all that stuff with a 3-month old?? I can hardly find time to take the trash out!
My mom and stepdad come over, mom takes the baby for hours on end without getting frustrated when she cries, etc. and my stepdad helps me with my projects. It's win/win. Although my wife gets all jealous when the baby doesn't cry for my mom or gets pissed when my mom only tries to teach her to say Dadda. But you take the bad with the good I guess. How old is your little bundle?
She's just now 4 months old. And we have a 4-year old too. He's an energetic little dude and she likes to keep me up at night (I do the nights). We don't have family nearby so I'm jealous of you. We had a lot of company for help the first month and the sh-t got real.
Yeah, between my mom and her mom we have help nearby. I don't have to do nights because I work and my wife doesn't. But she is going to go back to work within the next month, so we'll see how that goes. She already sleeps better at nights, not quite through every night yet though.
Sitting in my truck on the company issued iPad watching heavy equipment move around. Playing a softball tournament tonight and hopefully tomorrow, single elimination so if we lose later I'll have to make new plans. Have a good weekend everyone, GO BLUE!!
*OP I'm totally jealous you had Chic Fil A
Just got my blu-ray Alien Anthology off Amazon (it was on sale for $30) gonna watch the first movie tonight in preparation for Prometheus next week.
and do menial tasks I've fallen behind on.
How does that girl not smash her damn head on the floor?
Working on an insurance policy report while on a bus back to A2 for the Dexter-Ann Arbor run this weekend
Just found out that I'll be spending the next 4 years of my life (or next year at least) in South Quad in Honors housing!!! So pumped.
As a former 3rd Taylor president let me say welcome, unless you're not in Taylor house in which case we will see you on the ice, broom ball style.
Been trying to get a job at menards. Going to do a drug screening at 4:00. Hope i pass it
I'm in Paris so I'm watching the French Open a bit before dinner. Being 6 hours ahead of the East Coast is super weird for my Internet and tv habits
I used to think being a dentist was the best way to go. You have the hygenists that do all the work and then you just swoop in and poke around for 30 seconds, look at the x-ray and then you're done (other than the surgeries, of course).
But now I'm convinced that being an eye doctor is better. I went in this morning because my eye was bothering me, feeling like it was scratched. He looked around, put in a few drops, and diagnosed me with very dry eyes. Several hundred dollars to learn I have dry eyes. Nice!
One time they found a piece of rusted metal in my eye, which I didn't even notice before. Dug it out with some hooked implement. Not the best optometrist visit ever.
I thought about it for a minute during 3rd yr of med school. Only problem was the incredible dexterity they need to do their procedures. I can suture with the best of them but suturing an iris? Or slicing an opening to insert a lens? Not with these big mitts!!