I’m a big fan of twitter. I think the website and people are great. It allows the community to share links and pictures. There are so many great websites like this and so many websites to bring everything together. I actually just sat here and by accident pulled up over 3 different video community sites in association with Kevin Rose’s seesmic. I think I have an account on almost every site possible. I just set up that friend feed and damn all these insance “web 2.0” companies making me sign up for their services.
Friday night I went to go see MC Frontalot in Philadelphia and he was very funny. Also ate at this amazing sushi restaurant Zento (website has sound). It has square sushi and I just had to get it with a spicy tuna roll and some miso soup. I must admit it was the best sushi I’ve ever tasted. The problem with the city though is that the place was SUPER tiny and we had to wait to get a table. Parking is also a problem but not because I couldn’t find a place but because it’s just so damn expensive. You could feasibly spend more money on parking then just around the city, what kind of madness is that!
Google is a funny thing
“how to love” 7,930,000
“how to love god” 390,000
“how to love yourself” 201,000
“how to love women” 7,800
“how to love your mom” 3,290
“how to love men” 1,760
“how to love your dad” 5
“how to love star wars” 1
“how to love the internet” 2
“how to love your monkey” 0
“how to love google” 0
This just goes to prove that loving a man, your dad, and Star Wars is easier than loving any women so the internet has a limited knowledge base on these things. Who doesn’t love Star Wars right? Monkeys on the other hand are just lovable no matter how you look at it and if you own one you obviously love it. There was some crazy stuff that people wanted to know how to love on google but no one needs to learn to love google.
I’m a machine. There, I just wanted to get that off my chest right now. Normal sandwich making practices were getting boring so it was time to mix it up. As you can see there are now five liverwurst and extra sharp cheddar (yellow) cheese sandwiches ready to be devoured for lunch this week. It takes almost the same amount of time to bring to life five sandwiches as it does one. Mass production is definitely the way to go here, it makes me rejoice knowing it will now take me less time in the following days to prepare these delectables. Damn there sure are a lot of kinds of sandwiches.
I went to the Verizon store last night to acquire a phone upgrade. I talked to Ed Bang and he did not have the LG Dare in stock which was annoying but I gave him my information so I could come in today and get the phone. I realized it wasn’t that late though and I went to the other (real) Verizon store and purchased my Dare instead. Mission Accomplished!
There was a slight problem though, Ed thought it was in his best interests to call me today to let me know that he now had the Dare in his possession to sell to me. His first call was at 12:43pm and he left a voicemail saying I can come in tonight and purchase this awesome phone. No problem I thought, I can just ignore him, that was nice of him to call me and let me know. However again at 2:42pm he called but now instead of leaving a voice mail he texted me “hi mike it’s ed at verizon in berlin…i have ur dare so u can come and pic it up…will u come in today?” OK, this is getting little intrusive, how did he know what my texting plan was, I could be paying for this! Also that was such a professional sounding text, was he even trying?
I figured at this point he would have other work to do then call me a third time but I was wrong, so very wrong. At 4:50pm he again called and no voicemail but texted me after, “Mike call me when you get a chance…ed” (at least this time he capitalized my name). Since he didn’t call again around 6:50 I hope this barrage of harassment is over, at least he was very timely about it.
In the words of John Stewart “Here it is, your moment of Zen”