|"Those are good burgers, Walter."
||[Dec. 12th, 2005|12:38 am]
|||||Adult Swim - Sealab 2021||]|
So what's new? Well let's see... Last night Pheen and I went out to L.A. with one of his sort of friend Angie (the girl he has been training to replace him at work) and her friends for one of her friend's birthday. First Angie, Pheen and I went to this crazy little eatery in West Hollywood called Nova Express. It was pretty sweet, the whole place was illuminated with black lights and each crazy shaped table had it's own lava lamp. In the back there was a giant plush Cthulhu. So after that we met up with Angie's friends and went to this club, Zanzibar, in Santa Monica. The club was ok, a little small inside though. I somehow paid $12 for a Long Island Ice Tea that I'm convinced had no liquor in it whatsoever. That pissed me off a little, especially because the bartender acted all bitchy when I ordered it. God forbid she has to know how to mix a drink. Hehe anyway...all in all it was fun night and I got to meet some cool people.
Tonight Pheen and I went to see The Chronicles of Narnia (for free of course, since I managed to snag a few passes before leaving =) ). I suggested that we eat at In and Out Burger, for the first time, before the movie. I got a double-double combo, animal style, with fries well-done, and let me just say it was freaking awesome. It was so good, the burger was great, the fries were great, and the whole thing was around $5. I have found a new love in In and Out Burger.
After our kickass meal, we saw Narnia and I must say I did enjoy it. Of course we cracked some jokes during it, as usual =), but I would say that it was definitely entertaining.
It was a pretty good weekend to breakup my shear boredom that I was experiencing. Today (Monday) marks 15 days left for me in California. It's weird, it's actually starting to seem real. I've still got packing to do and a few more things to square away. Most of my stuff that I won't be bringing home with me I will be donating to the Salvation Army, so I'm also waiting on them to come pick up my stuff. Does anybody remember seeing the video of the American withdrawal from Saigon at the end of Vietnam? Where the communists were rolling into the city and people were lining up on that staircase on top of the U.S. Embassy to get on the helicopters and basically only with them whatever they could carry. Ok hehe maybe that's a little crazy, but it's kind of how I feel. Obviously it's nowhere near that extreme of course but you know... =)
P.S. - Did anyone catch Aqua Teen tonight? What the hell was up with the Boost Mobile crap? I mean I get it, they were trying to make fun of the fact that Boost Mobile is their sponsor but it wasn't really funny. The entire episode was about Boost Mobile. I don't know, it just seemed kind of lame and unfunny...