Wife: So you think it’s just two guys on the internet? Me: I know it’s two guys on the internet. Wife: You don’t think it’s Gary Oldman? Me: I know it’s not Gary Oldman. Wife: That’s sad.
I could not be more excited about tomorrow. I finally get to repeat jokes funnier than my own while we play Stone Age.
I voted! I also had a lovely walk.
Rather than attending a huge party, we have a few friends coming over and I’ve pulled out our scariest board games. I don’t even need a costume. Best Halloween ever? Update: I also ended up making a kick-ass cheese plate. It’s okay to drool. From 12 o’ clock clockwise this is Toscana, ButterKäse, Rustica Alle […]
The End of an Era. Some changes over at Gus Bus Trivia.
The only thing I don’t like about being a trivia host is that I rarely get to play trivia. As such, I never get to use this beauty of a trivia team name: Worker & Parasite
It was glorious weather today in Louisville. As such, I decided to bike to my coffee shop of choice for work this morning. I had such a good time, I was reminded of my favorite advice on YouTube.
Which person’s story do you sympathize with most? That’s the question Actors Theatre of Louisville is asking the audience of The Last Five Years. Amber’s mother has season tickets for Actors, but she gave us these at the last minute since she had an early morning on Saturday. It was unique experience for us as newlyweds. The musical […]
Automattic loves the swag. I love Automattic. Bagheera loves the box.
A: […] it was a pretty revolutionary writing — the idea that racism could only be conquered through violence. B: Speaking of racism, I’m gonna go read some books by white guys. Good running into you!