Thursday, November 11, 2010

Been on vacation!

You know when you're on vacation to a beautiful country like Thailand, you just don't ever feel the need to log in to Blogger to post something. Things are moving by so fast that it's a lot easier to tweet since blogging is something more intimate and time consuming.

Anyways sorry for my hiatus guys, and any messages I've received I will get back to you on it ASAP.

I basically stayed in Bangkok and went to the Phi Phi Islands for my 3 week vacation. It was amazing as usual. This was my 7th time going to Thailand and the country never fails to impress me.

Sunday, October 10, 2010

Braves AND 49ers LOSE.

What a shitty Sunday. The 49ers lose by one score and the Braves lost by one run.

I wish my luck would turn around... Oh wait it has! I started my new job with a nice long training session and the most fun you could possibly have for a 7 hour training! This is something that will actually effect me IRL! Go figure...

I hope everyone has a great day/night today and I'll post another update tomorrow. I need to knock out now.

Friday, October 8, 2010

49ers FTW

This is the week my 49ers turn it around against the Eagles! All we have to do is hold down the screen passes Andy Reid likes to run with the Eagles' offense and we're set. Kolb isn't going to burn us!


Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Facebook Trend

What is up with all the chicks on Facebook posting "I like it on the... (couch, hood of my car, etc..)??"

Are they trying to be cute? It's so lame! Nobody cares where you like to put your damn purses! Just go back into the kitchen and make me a sammich!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

Wow Razer! WTF?


Razer Mouse Bungee Available for Gamers in Q4 2010

Carlsbad, Calif. October 1, 2010 - Razer™, the world's leading high-end precision gaming and lifestyle peripherals brand, is pleased to announce that Ed Larkin of Mouse Bungee has joined Razer's innovation team. Larkin brings classic design elements to Razer's product line with his unprecedented talent, he will soon be adding to Razer's award-winning design team.

Friday, October 1, 2010

The Bible

The real problem with the bible, is that it is the word of Man, not God. The bible was written by men, as a means to passively control the people through voluntary (most of the time) servitude. Religion works because people are gullible, and the church is not required to offer up any proof of salvation, only any empty promise of ever lasting life in heaven. In return, the church requires you to give 10% of your earnings to the church (God) so God's work can be done. God's work, is to get more people to join the church, thus giving the church more money.

The church goes on to make you feel guilty for enjoying the pleasures that this life has to offer, by calling it SIN. The bible states that SIN will prevent you from entering heaven, unless you confess your sins and beg jesus for forgiveness.

Religion is the greatest scam known to mankind. And the bible is probably the greatest collection of fiction ever written.

- Digg user (I forgot their name) 

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Working At Best Buy... Oh geez.

So today started out pretty ordinary, except for the fact that I actually got eight hours of sleep. I woke up, drove my ma to work, came back home and got ready for work myself. I decided to go with a new hair style today... I can't really explain it, but I did get compliments over it.

Six hours went by there and I was off.

I have started to do this thing where I look back at how my day was and how things could have gone differently and I just sat in my car and thought about them for about ten minutes.

- There was a Mexican lady, with three of her children that I started helping out and things were going well until... she asked me if I had a "$250 Asus netbook." ... I started to think about that question for a second and told her that we do not and the lowest price we had on a netbook was $280, but for her sanity I told her I would check my system (Just in case I was wrong, which I usually am not.) I asked my co worker if he knew of one and he told me he did, but we're out of them since they were on clearance, but the store in Henderson had fifteen or so.

So I went back to her and told her the "$250 netbook" according to my co worker was only at the Henderson store... And this is when she gave me a stare like I just scissor kicked and dragged one of her daughters by the hair and started to say, "I JUST CAME FROM THE OTHER STORE AND THEY TOLD ME YOU GUYS HAD 30 OF THEM BECAUSE I ORDERED ONE AND THEY TOLD ME IT WOULD BE HELD AT CUSTOMER SERVICE. OH YEAH, IT'S NOT THE $250 MODEL I MEANT 250GB MODEL ASUS."

I said, "If you were told at the other store that it would be held at customer service, how come you're in the computer department?"

Are you fucking joking me lady? This lady gets mad at me because she confused a dollar sign ($) for a gigabyte (GB) sign. On top of that she was told where the computer would be and still decides to come bother me and waste both of our time.

I really need to go into an industry where I have to deal with less imbeciles, or where I don't have to deal with the general public as much as what I'm used to. I will have to keep my hobby for computer services a definite side job because if it ever became my full time gig, and I had to deal with these types of people everyday, I would go crazy.