Saturday, January 22, 2005

It is JUST SNOW

Get a GRIP PEOPLE! You get a shovel, you bend (with your knees, not with your back), you scoop and you keep moving. This will not end civilization as we know it - Bush's 2nd term will do that quite nicely. My parents said that A&P was like a madhouse - do you really think that there won't be enough food in your house to last...GASP...ONE DAY? I understand if you feel like making soup, so you're out getting celery and chicken stock, but lay off the military rations and deal with reality - this happens a few times a year, and you've survived so far.

How I'll Spend My Snoweekend:

-watching my Netflix DVDs (Water Drops on Burning Rocks {German indie}, The Office {Brittish TV series}, and Wild at Heart {David Lynch film})

-do laundry

-read

-other normal, non-panicky things.

Random Thought: Anyone else notice that the Shuffle on iTunes is much better than the Shuffle on the iPod?

Currently Listening to: "Nothing Better" - the Postal Service

6 Comments:

At 1:16 AM, Blogger Vinny said...

I agree Bri... wtf! I was watching the news before... an hour long program where... 30 min, half the show, was dedicated to the snow. How much was coming...how to shovel...what the pattern looked like... how it tastes.... the scientific makeup of a snowflake... RIDICULOUS!! Calm the hell down Effers! You'd think there would be more important things to report on.... war... how Bush sucks.... tsunami relief efforts. Apparantly not, only the impending blizzard. Whatever.

 
At 5:09 AM, Blogger BeccaBeez said...

LOL. Completely agree! People choose the most inappropriate times to go out to window shop. Thunder storms, powercuts (no, you can't come in and buy stuff, our tills are all jammed shut with the power cut! duh!)

Great blog!

 
At 5:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

At least is isn't yellow snow. Imagine, a blizzard of urine soaked snow. Now THAT is something to worry about.

Ian

 
At 6:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hear ya man. I went out to get some milk yesterday, and you'd figure that the same amount of people would be out buying milk as a usual Saturday right? But no, everybody was "stocking up". Geez.

Go Steelers!

-Sean

 
At 8:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah b-rock i know what you're saying... i work at a deli/convenience store and yesterday was INSANE!! there was a line from the beginning of the deli to the door and then it doubled back and curved around the aisle. people think that they're going to be trapped in their house for the rest of their lives but if they have 3 lbs of thinly sliced olive loaf they'll make it through... not to mention the car fire that occurred in our parking lot.. yeah some ass left a lit cigarette in his ash tray while he went in to wait on the 45 minute line for some bologna, the cigarette fell out of the ash tray onto his seat and in those 45 minutes set the interior of his car afire... one of my friends/coworkers was outside on her break and saw him as he opened his door and smoke and flames were shooting out... talk about dedication to his deli-needs...
apparently snow=apocolypse i vote we abolish winter and all it represents!
<3 teresa

 
At 12:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

the stores were insane on saturday, like they completely slept through the blizzard of '96. I was working in Kings on saturday and we made more that day than we did for the entire day of Christmas Eve (the store made 17 grand in an hour).

have a good week :)

~Chrissy

 

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