Saturday, January 18, 2003

Holy moly, true funk has returned to grace yo face with all kinds of madness. Once, there was a promised land called DSForums, but the dream died. Now, RPSforums has come to smack ya momma with groovin' delight. Oh, I am a happy little boyscout.
In other events around my miniscule world, I've had a pretty busy day today. Left home to go to "work," but in fact, I took the day off to do a bit of snowboarding. Checked out Northstar at Tahoe, and hot damn thats a great place. After ditching the slopestyle competition they were hosting, Ron and I went to Donner Ski Ranch and put in a few hours on the slope. Carving it like four-star chef, I say. After today's warm-up, we headed back home, and once again Ron endangered our lives by driving like a half-drunken panda bear. We were both tired, so it's understandable that he would begin resembling a giant racoon. After hitting up Mountain & Surf downtown and Arden Mall shortly after, all in the search for a snowboarding jacket for me, the big boss and I ate at that disgusting shitpail of a fast food chain, McDonalds. After much conversation, including, and not limited to: Transformers, Peruvian women, cities to live in other than Sacramento, comparable fast food restaurants, eastern and western cultures, and snowboarding, we agreed that: Transformers are a great nostalgic vehicle and way too confusing to understand, the hottest Peruvian women work at Northstar, Hong Kong would be a great place to live, In and Out OWNS all fast food chains (with Carl's Jr. being first loser), Japanese porn reflects its spoiled culture (whereas American porn directly correlates to its amazing amount of civil liberties), and that our next two trips back to the mountains will be this Monday @ Donner and next Saturday at Northstar. Whew, if i weren't typing that last sentence, I'd probably be out of breath. Inhale, exhale, yep, you're doing fine.
I've come to the realization that all of the wittiest, hilarious, and ingenious thoughts I ever process in a day are forgotten by that day's end and is unfortunately replaced by sub-par banter and reflection. Yeah, I apologize for my lack of short term memory.

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