My name is John. On January 23, 2012 I decided to change my life by losing weight and living a healthier life. Since then I've lost over 75 lbs, discovered the joy of running, and changed how I see and eat food.

 

Am I allowed to say that it’s actually kinda hot outside? Or will that earn me a flogging by the northerners on the streets (?) of tumblr?

Am I allowed to say that it’s actually kinda hot outside? Or will that earn me a flogging by the northerners on the streets (?) of tumblr?

From one of my niece’s puzzles. Apparently this is supposed to be Alaska.

I’m not sure what this puzzle is teaching. Can’t be shapes of the states because most of them are really distorted.

From one of my niece’s puzzles. Apparently this is supposed to be Alaska.

I’m not sure what this puzzle is teaching. Can’t be shapes of the states because most of them are really distorted.

My niece picked this book out from the library the other day. She showed it to me and I’m a little creeped out right now.
Basically, this books talks about aliens from different movies. The Thing, The Blob, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the xenomorph from Alien, and the Borg from Star Trek.
What’s creepy about it is that it basically talks about the reproductive habits of each of these.
For example, the xenomorph in Alien… compares it to wasps who basically do the same thing (lay eggs in a host, the larvae hatch and kill the host, etc). So it talks about how the larvae are helpful to gardeners because they eat garden pests, then goes on to say that the alien larvae will eat anything after they leave their host, including the gardener.
The Borg one is even worse… Talks about how they want to achieve peace in the galaxy by making everyone the same, and they achieve that by assimilation, it then explains that assimilation is surgically altering you to make you into a cyborg. Then it compares Hitler and other nations who try to take over the world to the Borg (doesn’t actually name anyone but says there are nations that have tried to do the same thing).
Seriously, WTF?

My niece picked this book out from the library the other day. She showed it to me and I’m a little creeped out right now.

Basically, this books talks about aliens from different movies. The Thing, The Blob, The Invasion of the Body Snatchers, the xenomorph from Alien, and the Borg from Star Trek.

What’s creepy about it is that it basically talks about the reproductive habits of each of these.

For example, the xenomorph in Alien… compares it to wasps who basically do the same thing (lay eggs in a host, the larvae hatch and kill the host, etc). So it talks about how the larvae are helpful to gardeners because they eat garden pests, then goes on to say that the alien larvae will eat anything after they leave their host, including the gardener.

The Borg one is even worse… Talks about how they want to achieve peace in the galaxy by making everyone the same, and they achieve that by assimilation, it then explains that assimilation is surgically altering you to make you into a cyborg. Then it compares Hitler and other nations who try to take over the world to the Borg (doesn’t actually name anyone but says there are nations that have tried to do the same thing).

Seriously, WTF?

I wish they used this when I was trained to drive the forklift at work. It’s long (10minutes) but hilarious and WTF-worthy.

Poor Klaus…

It’s official.

I’m going back to work on April 29th.

Unfortunately I’m also being transferred to a different store.

There are no words to describe how I’m feeling right now.

This year keeps getting better and better.

Dear driver who almost ran me off the I-35/McNeil bridge…

Go.

Fuck.

Yourself.

You have side/rear view mirrors.

Use them before you fucking change lanes. ESPECIALLY if you’re changing lanes to an ON-RAMP.

Asshole.

You know you have too much music when…

You’re browsing your library and come across an album that you’ve never listened to or even seen before.

Seriously, when did I buy this Keane album… I’m not even sure if I like them…