Sunday, January 27, 2002
Abby and I hit the City-Wide Garage Sale this afternoon. Had ourselves a grand old time riffling through old collectibles. Abby bought two souvenier spoons to replace those stolen out of her boyfriend(?)’s car and we pooled funds to secure a box of carmel Girlscout Cookies. Abby felt satisfied with the $3.00 list price — I thought we should’ve haggled: “$2.75, max. If you won’t give me that price, I know ten Girlscouts who will, you fucking snake!”
In related news. Try to describe Blogger and the act of weblogging to a friend who doesn’t relish the time she spends communicating with people over the Internet. It comes out sounding like this: “Well, see I’m this big dork and publicizing my dorkiness is fun for me. Because I’m a dork.”
But you, my precious Blogger, you understand me. You know what it’s like. We have a special connection, you and I, that most people will just never get. Yes. You and I, my sweet. Mmm…
Time to papertowel my laptop, again.
Who needs a GIRLFRIEND?
I'm Josh Knowles, a technology developer/consultant on a variety of mobile, social media, and gaming projects. I founded and lead Frescher-Southern, Ltd. I grew up in Austin, Texas and currently live in New York City.
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