28 October 2010 @ 02:02 pm
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 This weekend is going to be ridiculously busy so I need to get as much schoolwork as possible done as fast as possible. So of course that means I wake up this morning so painful that I feel like I am going to throw up if I move, right? Of course. Thankfully Advil created this wonderful migraine medication that actually works on migraines (for me) so I managed to get the pain down to a manageable level so I can read for school. 

Speaking of school... We attempted to meet at a bar for class but everyone seemed to forget a little thing called the world series was going on so bam everything was packed. So we went to this sushi bar where the manager harassed us for two and a half hours and called the mall cop on us. Are you kidding me with this? 

At least my Giants beat the Rangers. Are you kidding me with this 11 run score? We had something like 26 runs for the NLDS and NLCS COMBINED and we almost got half that in one game? What? I mean we have hitters on our team, but I guess we are used to NL hard core pitchers. Not to say Cliff Lee is a bad pitcher, just that we are used to having to barely squeak by with a few runs. It's mind blowing and awesome. 

Today I am probably going to watch the replay of game one since I missed it, then game two is on. Tomorrow I am going to the Ducks vs NJ Devils game to see Martin Brodeur play in real life (I love Goalies above all other things!) as well as see Hiller be awesome. Then Saturday I am going to dinner and an oingo boingo cover band concert with my parents (because I am so totally cool!). Sunday I have a halloween thing to go to only if I have a good chunk of my homework done. 

Obviously I have a lot of things to do and not much time to do it so I am going to peace out and read for class. At least I have an article on urban gardens to read to cheer me up, right?
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Tanni[identity profile] tanisafan.livejournal.com on October 29th, 2010 09:29 pm (UTC)
Ahahahaha the mall cop. SCAREH.
I totally got kicked out of the mall for playing hack-e-sack one time? Because I live in an '80s feelgood romp, apparently.
[identity profile] gisforgreen.livejournal.com on October 29th, 2010 09:46 pm (UTC)
he was like 12 too. I could have made him cry.

hahaha yes! You need to come out here and hack-e-sack with me right now!