• I ventured out in the rain this past Monday for a 75-cent corn beef sandwich at the famous Canter's Deli. It was yummy. So was the chocolate rugula that came with it.
  • Yesterday, a day off, consisted of doing laundry and sleeping.
  • I bought Neko Case's latest cd. I rarely browse the 'country' section at Amoeba, but that is how her music gets categorized. Labels, schmabels. I like the woman's voice.
  • I'm bummed that I missed Belle & Sebastian's free in-store performance at Amoeba earlier this week. I don't think I could have gone anyway since it was at 3pm.
  • Yes, I overhauled my blog once again. Hopefully, it will be the last major one for awhile. It was due to me registering for one thing.
  • The second reason I implemented a new template was due to an alignment issue in my old one that I could not figure out how to modify. It's this kind of thing that makes me realize I have more OCD tendencies than I like to admit.
  • I enjoyed the mid-season finale of The Shield last night. I'm not sure it needed to be 90 minutes though.
  • I enjoyed meeting Eddie Barbanell, one of the stars in The Ringer this past weekend. We talked about the possibility of a sequel, which he seemed very excited about. Peter Farrelly was pretty cool too, especially when he called Eric "Donkey Boy."
  • The days are getting longer and I'm looking forward to getting back into hiking.
  • I'm not sure I'll ever enjoy cooking.
  • I'm a documentary junkie. See Yellow Brick Road, if you haven't. It's good.
  • Question of the moment: how many Cadbury Cream Eggs can I eat, while they are still available, and not get sick of them?
  • The spell checker suggested that I replace Cadbury with "cadaver." While cadavers do fascinate me, I don't think so!


Peeved Michelle said...

Five per week until the week after Easter.

SJ said...

I'm going fo 50.

I feel like Cool Hand Luke tonight :)

Jodi said...

Ian: That film was the beginning of the end of me no longer being able to eat (real) eggs!

Jodi said...

It will be ZERO if the stores keep running out of them. I tried to get one this morning with no luck.

madretz said...

I regret never eating at Canter's Deli. I'm hoping to drive down to see the Ashes and Snow exhibit in Santa Monica and maybe I'll find my way there for a corn beef sani.
Yea, I'd stay clear of cadaver eggs if i were you. :)

Will said...

You can never have enough creme eggs or trips to Canters.

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