This is a Livejournal post.
1. How do you like your eggs?
Scrambled, very cheesy, some sort of meat product.
2. How do you take your coffee/tea?
Tea is yucky. Coffee lots of both.
3. Favorite breakfast food:
Corned Beef Hash and Sausage Gravy.
4. Peanut butter:
I prefer Chunky, but don't mind either, really.
Also, I don't mind when some of your chocolate gets on there.
5. What kind of dressing on your salad?
Blue Cheese when out, but there's few that I don't like.
6. Coke or Pepsi?
7. You’re feeling lazy. What do you make?
8. You’re feeling really lazy. What kind of pizza do you order?
I like Chicken, Pineapple, & Broccoli, or if others are involved Sausage and Mushroom.
9. You feel like cooking. What do you make?
Fajitas, Stir Fry.
10. Do any foods bring back good memories?
11. Do any foods bring back bad memories?
12. Do any foods remind you of someone?
13. Is there a food you refuse to eat?
14. What was your favorite food as a child?
I liked a slice of American Cheese with Ketchup on white bread.
15. Is there a food that you hated as a child but now like?
16. Is there a food that you liked as a child but now hate?
a slice of American Cheese with Ketchup on white bread.
17. Favorite fruit and vegetable:
18. Favorite junk food:
19. Favorite between meal snack:
Whatever's around usually.
20. Do you have any weird food habits?
Invariably putting Garlic and Italian Seasoning in everything.
21. You’re on a diet. What food(s) do you fill up on?
22. You’re off your diet. Now what would you like?
23. How spicy do you order Indian/Thai?
I like it Medium to Hot.
24. Can I get you a drink?
Cap'n & Diet.
25. Red or White Wine?
26. Favorite dessert?
I dig ice cream.
27. The perfect nightcap?
A simple Bud Light will suffice.
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Oh Wrigley update.
I was at NLDS Game 2 in Wrigley.
Everyone knows they lost, I won't rehash it.
It was the hardest loss I've ever personally dealt with, and been at live.
The crowd was a lot better than Game 1, but once it was out of reach, the crowd died.
I end the year 7-5 in the Friendly Confines, 8-5 in games I was at.
Twas a great year, and minus the playoff sweep I loved every moment.
I GOT TO SEE A ZAMBRANO NO HITTER IN PERSON~!~!~!!!!!
Wants for next year...
Sign: Dempster, Harden, Wood,
Dunno: Reed Johnson (He's a muthaphuckin' ninja) Jimmy Edmonds. (if Jimmy's coming back, I say keep both, if not, we should look for a full time guy.) Reed's probably gonna look for a full time gig himself.
Let Go: Blanco (Hill's cheaper) Howry, Lieber, Ward
I know it's a pipe dream, but I still don't want Soriano leading off. I want:
Please relearn how to hit pitchers that throw from that side of their body. Please remember how to hit a curve ball. Your average shouldn't be 80 points less than the 9-hole. I love your defense, keep that up...:)
League Championship Series Home Game 2
at Time is TBD
Section Row Seat Price Type
STANDG GA 229 $30.00 Web Adult
STANDG GA 230 $30.00 Web Adult
Division Series Home Game 2
Thursday 10/2/08 Time is TBD
Seat: 104 & 105
I got the rejection email, wifey got a password.
I was at the Cubs final regular season home game.
The Cubs won this game.
I end the year 7-4 in Wrigley, and 8-4 overall.
Not as good as last year's Undefeated Reign, but not bad at all.
The emails come out today letting you know if you can buy playoff tickets or not.
I'm kinda sad I didn't think to sign up other family members and the such for a better chance of getting some, but oh well. Just Sara and I.
I also should have signed up for the Brewers lottery just in case too.
On Sunday I went to Milwaukee to watch the Cubs vs. the Astros.
The Cubs won, and you may have heard Carlos Zambrano didn't allow any hits, and retired all 28 batters he faced. That's an accomplishment that deserves some recognition. That win made the Cubs 7-3 in games I was in attendance at, but I'm keeping that as a separate stat from the Wrigley Streak which stayed at 6-3 that evening because I was not watching the Cubs play baseball at Wrigley Field, instead I was at Miller Park. Miller Park is the stadium of the Milwaukee Brewers, whom were not involved in the game. This is confusing to some, and maddening to others (Cecil Cooper...)
Wednesday Night I went to the game at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs lost, thus I'm now 6-4 on the year at Wrigley.
I'm going to Wrigley Field on Sunday to watch the Chicago Cubs play the St. Louis Cardinals for the final regular season game in Wrigley Field. This will be the last time I see them in Wrigley this year, unless I somehow get tickets to games in the non-regular post-season. My record indicates that I cannot end the year with a losing record in both Cubs games I'm in attendance for, and Cubs games I attend in Wrigley Field. Both of these things make me happy.