Monthly Archive: September 2008

8

happy hour: There will be booze!

I realize I have more than just DC readers, and the DC readers may not necessarily all be of the homosexual proclivity, but a few friends are getting together for Happy Hour tonight, so I figured I’d spread the word....

3

80s: It’s worked so far, but we’re not out yet.

It’s been a pretty uneventful morning which, for a Friday, is not too shabby. I wouldn’t really know what’s taking place in the here and now anyway as I’ve been listening to an 80s mix from Strom Carlson that Scott...

1

satire: Say hi to Arkansas for me…

Moose showed this to me last night and much laughing ensued. I am still only peripherally keeping up with the political news but the latest news of the McCain and other GOP’ers saying “Leave Sarah Alone!!” (seriously, someone make a...

5

more things I learned from Express

Much love for the following snippet from Disaffected Scanner Jockey: Gentrification is the magic pixie dust of Washington. A few sprinkles, and a Starbucks springs to life. A good shake or two, and you wind up with a trendy gastropub,...

8

headlines: Oh that’s right. They went there.

After walking down the stairs this morning since our elevators are still not working and getting all shvitzy on the way to the metro, seeing this headline gave me a much needed laugh. Considering the recent controversy/conspiracy–what were they thinking?!...

5

comics: a lot of random interests

The second issue of Bash Magazine is out, and Kyle mentioned an advice column comic that I just had to see and he wasn’t kidding! I’d never heard of Tiny Sepuku before, but I’m thinking of sending a question or...

2

Are ya ready, boots?

I really (really, really) wish that my condo board could at least post some form of elevator outage status so that I’ll know when I’m on my way home if I should do my errands before stopping by my place...

3

You think you can Irish up this coffee for me?

I still found it kinda hard to get moving this morning, but once the old routine snapped back into position it was like nothing had changed. The same people on the metro, same people in the Starbucks line. One advantage...

1

How much is too many?

Well if you’re talking LIITs from last night, three seemed to be the magic number that allowed us to have a good time but get out of there with enough balance and presence of mind to get the bus home....