Scott Francis Baker (muerte) wrote,
Scott Francis Baker

Throw away your Picasso painting. 'Night of the living squirrel' is the only art you'll ever need

Just got back from seeing America Pie 2 with: themabbi, brad, mrwiz, nick, garrettpalm, and ferrell. I think that's everyone... I forget...

Ben called me and said they were going to see at 9:40 and wanted to know if I was interested. I had nothing better to do, so a 45 minute drive to Beaverton/Hillsboro sounded like the thing to do. I really expected the movie to suck ass because most sequels do. It certainly wasn't a great movie, but there were some pretty good laughs in it. I enjoyed it.

After that Garrett and Ferrell took off and the rest of us went back to Brad's to play some pool. Brad lives somewhere in ... Aloha? I have no idea, he was navigating me, but it's pretty wild. His house is absolutely incredible... It makes the street of dreams look like chump change... amazing!

We played a couple games of pool and then we took off. Brad had to program, and it was late. So we dropped Nick off and then ended up at Mike's house. Played a couple games of Worms, and a game of tennis and then I took off. Pretty eventful night overall.

Update: I forgot to mention that Brad asked me something to the effect of, "what the hell is up with your subject lines, they have nothing to do with the entries, but they're interesting enough that I read the entry and find out they're not related." Basically it works like this... my life is boring... so no one would read it if I didn't spice it up a little... So a little no sequitur subject does the trick.

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