The concoction has less to do with pigskins or gridirons than with making a cocktail using coconut water.
Joseph O'Brien 4 p.m., March 29
First blog post from the new homestead. Bring on the super significance, eh? As epic as the new apartment is, I am still not 100% back in business. Having completely uprooted makes life all..turmoil-ish and it's proving rather difficult to settle into any sort of routine at this early juncture. Of course, the challenge of fitting into this new space is more than welcome. Hopefully my new sense of "being in space" effects numerous and interesting changes in other parts of my life.
In other news: WTF is this? I go away for two days to move and things start getting weird on craigslist. Sheesh. I guess the virtual world needs my policing to stay in line.
My first, post-LTD Runner-Up award goes to:
IT RUBS THE LOTION ON ITS SKIN!
But, as they say, to the Victor goes the No-Prize:
This dude is awesomely eager to be shed of his dirt pile--which, if I do say, is not really all that hujungous to begin with. Judging by the slightly hodge-podge composition of the advertisement, and using my keen powers of craigslist insight, I am assuming that he first posted the dirt up for free and then edited it to offer payment to anyone who would be so kind as to come and claim the dirt pile (mostly sand).
Now I am wondering what he dug up. Could it be something sinister? A body, perhaps? Maybe even pirate gold or some other ill-gotten gains, the filthy lucre from a blood-soaked bank robbery or the heisting of royal jewels from a small (but wealthy) monarchy!
For Whatever Reason, A List of Names I Find Sinister
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That is all. For whatever reason, these are the names of people whom I would immediately distrust. Please feel free to add any other sinister names that spring readily to mind. Perhaps together we can identify the sneakiest elements of society and and avoid their sinister schemes.