Daily Archives: October 31, 2008

fripodding, evolving and ituning

It’s friPoday’s iPick time, and iSaac and I decided to review John Legned’s latest, Evolver. I thought I was late, thinking the album dropped last week, but that was in the UK. But since I’m such a big Legend fan,

Posted in friday, ipod, john legend, music

i am not a halloweenie

We had a nice long 3 hour meeting today. I didn’t wanna go. I really didn’t. But I did anyway, and I’m glad for it. I ate food. Some food I’ve never had before. A special kind of chicken. Well,

Posted in arrested development, church, food, halloween, office, t-shirts, WAH

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