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I wonder if we are getting more creative as a species or just better at reporting events?
» Posted By Scott On 24/November/2012 @ 2:30 pm
John…What possessed you to do a 3 and a half in the pike position into that cesspool known as the Han River? You know you aren’t supposed to go in there. Then to place the blame on a poor English teacher…come on man, the kid doesn’t even have the good sense to catch a shave in the morning let alone defend himself from these wild accusations and slanderous falsehoods.
Wait, wait, wait…I am so used to defending myself and fellow teachers against bad press that it is just a knee jerk reaction. I have calmed down now, and all I can say about that Greg Louganis wannabe is that you can take heart in the fact that there is no calamine lotion in Korea to soothe his festering sores and boils that the septic water of the Han has surely afflicted him with.
Frickin’ Canucks…always swimming when they are supposed to be standing, and vice versa.
» Posted By Scott On 04/May/2007 @ 12:40 am
Dammit John, you are always on the cutting edge of high culture. You make me feel like a heel for just doing regular stuff every weekend. That settles it, with this beautiful weather, I am going to get together with my gal this weekend and do something cool, even if it kills me. Well, maybe not this weekend…hmmm…next weekend I got something to do….no no no that’s never going to work…anyway, some time within the next 5 weeks I am going to take a page out of the “McCrarey Guide to the Good Life” and do something that is both fulfilling and blogworthy.
» Posted By Scott On 02/May/2007 @ 2:21 pm
John…that menu sounds great. The Goat is quite a wheel in the kitchen as well, so in the spirit of the Iron Chef, I would like to propose a head to head match up where the secret ingredient is ……….. drum roll ……… KIMCHI!! …. cymbal crash…
Kimchi is the shrimp of the earth. You can barbecue it, boil it, broil it, bake it, sautee it. There’s, um, kimchi kebabs, kimchi creole, kimchi gumbo, pan fried, deep fried, stir fried. There’s pineapple kimchi and lemon kimchi, coconut kimchi, pepper kimchi, kimchi soup, kimchi stew, kimchi salad, kimchi and potatoes, kimchi burger, kimchi sandwich… That’s, that’s about it.
» Posted By Scott On 14/April/2007 @ 12:30 pm
That does sound quite idyllic…Now, if there is a cat who drives around the base all day in a jacked up Camaro with ACDC rockin’ out the T-roof, then I’d say that IS home.
You know the kind of dude who is 25, quit school, never had a job, and says shite like, “We got 4:11 Positrac outback, 750 double pumper, Edelbrock intake, bored over 30, 11 to 1 pop-up pistons, turbo-jet 390 horsepower. We’re talkin’ some frickin’ muscle.”
(quote from “Dazed and Confused” – cleaned up to keep your blog PG)
» Posted By Scott On 11/April/2007 @ 12:55 am
Did you photoshop that sky in there? God, even the weather on the base is better than in the rest of the city…
» Posted By Scott On 10/April/2007 @ 11:08 pm
Not bad John…I scored a whopping 87%. I would post that on my own blog, but it may be the root of a week long argument if my gal sees it. I will pass this on to Colin to see how he tallies up…the needle will be off the charts.
» Posted By Scott On 19/March/2007 @ 9:58 am
Sounds like you guys had a pretty smooth ride last night. Well done.
Interesting warm ups and pre game antics last night for you as well then it seems…yesterday we had guys from the Alley Ratz and also guys from the Rubbies warming up in Bless U along with the C division team and our team…hmmm.
Not sure why the guys chose not to throw in their home bars before the games last night, but I hope it isn’t a growing trend.
» Posted By Scott On 14/March/2007 @ 1:11 am
Right on John…Nice 180. Unlike you and the Goat, I have been nowhere near a 180 for months. I vaguely remember the feeling of hitting one though being somewhat of a cross between relief (of not choking on the third dart) and jubilation that after all the games and darts, it finally happened…
Enough of this posting and web surfing, I am going to go practice!
» Posted By Scott On 07/March/2007 @ 3:04 pm
Who is that clean cut lad?
I can only hope that your whiskers were the key to your darts prowess and now that they are gone, we can get a shot at the title!
» Posted By Scott On 24/February/2007 @ 12:39 pm
Happy New Year John
Stumbled over to your site from Craig’s blog. Nice shots of Duke’s farewell mixer at Hooters! haha.
Good darts last night. Always a good time when we lock horns with the gang from Take it Easy. We strolled back to Bless U after and my old team (Albert’s) was getting rocked by the Lady Survivors team from Bless U. Fun night all around.
Swing by my blog http://www.vonjackass.blogspot.com for a visit…I’ve usually got some darts updates and other nonsense on there for your reading pleasure.
» Posted By Scott On 20/February/2007 @ 6:32 pm
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A friend of mine is Korean and I asked him to check out your site and translate the pictures for me. Here’s what he said:
The signs are just shop signs.
But, the important one..where he thinks that it is a swastika (sp?), it is NOT. It is a Buddhist symbol. Actually, the swastika is also a very ancient Hindu symbol, which the Nazis usurped. So, you should go on the site and tell the dude that it is a Buddhist sign. It’s probably to show that a fortune teller is above the store. And, the sign in red means “home town” in Korean. Home town or “ko Yang” is important to Koreans, etc.
One more thing…the ho ho pix is the sign for a comedy shop, and not a strip joint.
» Posted By Scott On 15/February/2005 @ 5:49 am