Monday, September 19, 2005

Most of the 100 million or so

The weekend pretty much went according to plan. I got up and put in twelve miles Saturday morning. Then N's brother and I headed to campus. He hadn't seen campus in two years so we walked around and saw most of the 100 million or so that the administration has been sinking into new buildings and infrastucture. Poultry Science has a new spanking building, so does CoSAM, and Forestry. Histrory, Psychology, Geography, and Journalism's buildings have been renovated. He was pretty dismayed to find out that computer science and engineering are still housed in the crap buildings that he took classes in.

The game was good, it's hard to complain when your team is on the larger side of a 63-3 score. We met up with some friends at halftime and by the third quarter we were ready to head out. J2 ended up coming over Saturday night so after N, her brother and I went for a Thai/sushi dinner, we headed out to play pool and drink beer.

I mentioned that the jukebox had some Dropkick Murphys on it so, we decided to play some tunes. Well, it turns out that it's a digital jukebox that pretty much has anything you want, an if it doesn't actually have it, it can download it. We were suckers and ended up feeding it about nine bucks. All the songs we wanted to hear had to be downloaded which cost an extra credit but it was worth it in the end. I picked out some punk tunes, J2 chose some nice Prodigy and N's brother chose some nice metal. All in all, a good time was had.

We came back and hung out for a few hours until the wee morning when we turned in. Sunday morning brought N by early to pick her brother up for a morning by themselves. J2 started drinking his honey whiskey early approximately 10 am. We layed around most of the day, drinking and watching various DVDs. We watched Bam's episode of 411VM, CKY Chopped and Sliced, CKY2K, CKY3, and CKY: How to Rob a House, and Haggard's Extras.

A great weekend, so much so that as foretold in my last post, I skipped Anthropology this morning.

Mood: Tired
Music: Lawrence Arms


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