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September 2, 2008

Whatchadothisweekend?

Welcome back, dudes and dudettes!

Hope you had a gnarly weekend. Did you kick it old school?

OK I'll stop with the stupid slang.

Friday, I went to two psychics in the same night, which in my opinion, was genius.

I'm writing it up right now. Feel free to distract me with comments about your weekend. 

(Photo of a psychic by the Charlotte Observer) 


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 9:26 AM | | Comments (5)
        

Comments

i moved all weekend. well, really just Sat., but still. my labor day was the exact opposite of it's intended purpose.

State Fair: people watching = excellent. Losing hard earned money on horse races, also excellent.

Friday - Ate at Piticcios's in Canton and then met friends at No Idea in Fed Hill.
Saturday - Beam and Sprites while watching college football and then Boordy for the Summer Concert in the evening.
Sunday - Picnic out in Patapsco State Park and then off to meet some friends at Todd Conners for the final hole of a Bar Golf Pub Crawl. BBQ in Canton that night.
Monday - Gave the liver a break until about 5pm and then grilled out and played tennis and ultimate frisbee at Latrobe Park.
Great weekend. Can't wait to watch the Ravens from the nosebleeds next Sunday.

Mostly, I had an exquisite time at my place of employment, who, in my department, recognizes no weekends or holidays.

I take it your psychic experience as less than satisfy or informative.

Psychics:
When I used to work fast food at my local mall, they used to have Psychic Fairs. While I never availed myself of their services, I did have dealings with them as counterperson. Either they were lost in thought on the higher things of life or their ear was listening to an unseen presence, but I was always amazed and a tad suspicious of their abilities because they, as a rule, were clueless to cost of anything. This little problem could have been solved by merely lifting their gaze 12 to 18 inches, which would permitted them to read the posted prices!

I made the mistake of going to Looney's in Canton on Saturday night. It looked as if everyone had just turned 21 on that day.

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