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Month: April, 2008

Sleeping In

23 April, 2008 (9:39am) | Blog | 2 comments

Why is it that as soon as you decide that you want to wake up early, you suddenly find that you’re body wants twice as much sleep as usual? Seriously. What is up with that? I decided about a week ago that I was going to try to get up early and go running. Guess what? Every single morning since then I have waken up with about five minutes to get ready and leave for work. It’s like my body said, “What? You want to wake up early? Not on your life! Check this out… SNOOZED!!”

So much for that plan.

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Are you ready to get convicted?

21 April, 2008 (8:56pm) | Blog | 1 comment

Has anyone ever heard of Paul Washer? I’ve heard a couple of his sermons lately, and they are ridiculously convicting. Seriously, to the point of making you uncomfortable. If you are a Christian, and you have an hour to spare, check out this sermon. Let me know what you think.

“We have turned salvation into nothing more than a few simple steps and a superstitious prayer at the end.”
-Paul Washer

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The Blair St. Mugwumps

19 April, 2008 (6:36pm) | Blog | No comments

I am in Eugene with my sister visiting my brother and sister-in-law. We went to the “Saturday market” and there was this band there that was the coolest band ever. They’re called The Blair St. Mugwumps. They play instruments like the banjo, jug-a-phone, duck call, harmonica, kazoo, etc. It’s pretty freaking awesome. We decided to pool our money and buy their CD(which came in a paper bag, by the way.)

The Blair St. Mugwumps

The guy in the picture, I have decided, is the coolest looking guy I have ever seen. Also, the dude playing the jug-a-phone was pretty sweet too.

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Why I want to visit Italy

15 April, 2008 (2:40pm) | Blog | 6 comments

In Southern Oregon, there is a lot of coffee shops. Seriously, every street corner has a drive through espresso shop. It’s kinda ridiculous. That wouldn’t be so bad if the coffee tasted good (to be more specific, that would be heaven) but it doesn’t. It tastes like someone got dirt and espresso grounds mixed up and attempted to make a Starbucks version of a classic 10 year old prank.

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When I was a little boy (not yesterday.. the day before) we used to play outside behind our pool. The ground there was pure dirt, and we would spend the day digging ditches and making mud sculptures. One day we decided to pull a variation to the classic “pee-in-a-cup-and-try-to-sell-it-on-the-street-corner-as-lemonade” gag using mud water as hot chocolate.

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And now, on with the post.

These “coffee” shops gained their popularity, not through great coffee, but through skanky baristas.

Pardon me while I hurl.

Okay, where was I…? Oh yes. Skanky baristas and mud-water coffee. Granted there are a few good coffee shops, but those are few and far between. The best moments of my life (at least the coffee drinking parts, which is most of it) are spent in Portland at Stumptown. If you enjoy good coffee and are ever in that section of the world, look them up.


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Everybody say W00t!!1

3 April, 2008 (2:23pm) | Blog | 1 comment

After a long time of procrastinating, I have decided to write another blog post.


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