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The Steroid Olympics

The recent story about Floyd Landis using drugs to win the Tour de France is the latest big deal in the sports community. So the guy had some extra testosterone in him, who hasn’t at one point?

Landis came by l’avant poste and had this to say,

“I have more testosterone in my blood because i’m twice the man those half-fruity french will ever be.”

And well, everyone just shrugged their shoulders and had to agree.

Personally, i’ve always wanted to see a ‘super-human‘ olympics. The total and complete opposite of the special olympics, where steroid/drug use is not only allowed, but encouraged! and i mean every single drug! Let the pot heads have their race, they won’t get very far, but who cares! It’ll prove a point and be fun to watch!


And in the steroid pole vault – let’s see how high a man can reeeally jump. Let’s put human abilities to the test, and max them out. If Lance Armstrong can circle around France and win 6 times with only one nut and a country musicgirlfriend, imagine what Dwayne Wade can do with 1300mg of roids in him…he’d jump OVER France baby!

Then we could even begin to challenge the other animals! I’d tuur a tiger up in jiu-jitsu if i had some speed or pcp in me. the possibilities are endless.

  • a coccaine footrace
  • a marijuana eating competition
  • steroid weightlifting
  • and a heroin “Blaaah-a-thon”

Hi, my name is Barry Bonds and I give this idea two thumbs up!


for some reason aol has decided to be retarded and i can’t log in to my email 🙁 it’s driving me crazy so i have decided to share that with the world. thank you and have a splendid day full of emails. 🙂

Today, I officially hate Internet Explorer

Why is that? Excuse me while I go on a bit of a mini-geek rant.

I just realized that the sidebar thingy on the right side of the page shows up at the bottom if you view using Internet Explorer. I don’t use Internet Explorer, so didn’t notice this – plus no one else mentioned it.

hehe…well, turns out that IE does something funky (and non-standard), I might add to websites, messing mine up. But this problem will be fixed in the latest edition of IE, coming out next month, which Microsoft will forcefully add to Windows machines.

So, until then, I’ll keep working on the problem, or perhaps get some help from the fine folks over at vanillamist. Of course the page works beautifully with Safari, or Mozilla Firefox, both of which are much better options than IE.

Ok, ranting now officially done, it’s late over in my neck of the woods…good rest-of-the-evening to you!

Need help finding work?

Looking for a job like this guy?

Well, I’ve run across many hommies who have lately, so I thought I’d share a tool one of my co-workers recommended. It’s a website called “LinkedIn,” and it’s an easy way to make connections with people in your field. Job openings are posted by your contacts and their contacts.

The service is free, and I know people that it has worked for. Some other benefits:

  • It’s a free service
  • You don’t have to post your resume, you create a profile and get people you know to “endorse” it
  • Job postings are refined for what you are looking for
  • …and even if you already have a job you like, LinkedIn is a good way to make business contacts and potential business partners.
    • Now just imagine how happy your boss would be if you brought in more business?

LinkedIn is just a tool and probably won’t get you a job on it’s own, but it’ll certainly help in your quest.

crazy day

ok so alllllllllll we wanted to do was go to the friggin’ movies with some frenchies, equadorians, koreans, turks, and americans. lol right, so my cousin’s class wanted to meet up for a movie sunday afternoon in DC. so we got on the metro and it took about 30 minutes to move down 2 stations because of “maintenance” to the tracks. ok so that’s cool. normally, we’re supposed to stay on the blue line and go into DC and switch lines somewhere in there, so we stayed on the train when we got to King St.. ok we realized that a whoooole rack of people were getting off at the King St. station and firstly we were like “wtf” but seeing that we have delayed reaction or something, we stayed on the train…. only to find out it was going back towards franconia…. pain in the arse.

so we got off at van dorn…. and waited about 30 minutes for the train going to King St…. so far we’re still in VA and it’s been about an hour… so we get to King St…. and we have to wait for the other damn train for like 20 minutes. this lady kept checking the board every 30 seconds.. it’d say, “10 minutes” and she’d check it again 10 seconds later thinking it changed. it’s times like these that Turkish comes in handy cause burcu and i were making fun of her the whole damn time.

and to add to the excitement, burcu and i ate at california pizza kitchen and in the booth behind us were 2 very um… how you say… flamboyant men. extremely. i have no problem with gay people, but i don’t even like it when straight people are kissy and lovey dovey. gross. ok so this has been the longest story of my life… our day was basically a movie. good times. 🙂

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