It was a fun country weekend - I went up to Bob's Pumpkin Patch with some friends. Made me think of country life again. It's a little crazy that this farming family has their farm open to the public all day, every day, but they seem to be profiting well from it. They had a ton of pumpkins, corn, hay, honey, and jars of everything you can imagine for sale. Ice cream. Hot apple cider. Fresh kettle corn. Pickled garlic. Madness. Visa and Mastercard are welcome.
Sara and I teamed up against the others and so
solved the corn maze first! Yes Yes Yes Yes! Yes! Ungh, 20 minutes, yes! They said the corn maze was 8 acres but I think that's a bunch of bull. Two acres, tops.
We all carved some pumpkins afterwards - I'll put mine up here for your viewing pleasure once I go outside simultaneously with my camera. This will require some coordination. Speaking of pumpkins, check out the abridged version of 'Operation Pumpkin'. I wacked it down to 3:30 minutes instead of he 30 or so it really is. I also took the liberty of removing some particularly embarassing early-teen lines, such as:
"Lemme get my goggles on, otherwise known as my cool glasses!"
"Kick... (hesitating saying this nasty word) ASS!"
I also uploaded the classic Robin Hood video. Good Hadoken in that video.
For some strange reason, I've heard the word 'doppelganger' twice by two strangers talking to me this weekend - once at Thriller practice, once at the Pumpkin patch. That's just weird.
Oh hey, three of the people I hung out with for the pumpkin thing are in bands - go spend money on them. The Glasses
(Adrian) and The Orphan Project
(Jew and Raleigh).
Is dancing Thriller and working all I do anymore? Today I wished that I was Gene Wilder.
Garhan, 10-31-2004 with $19.44
Yes, GIVE US THE VIDEO!
miko, 10-31-2004 with $11.47
WHERE IS TEH THRILLAR VDO
Your doppelganger, 10-26-2004 with $23.20
I'm in your mirror, waiting for you to turn your back so I can hit babies in your name. If you don't believe me, come and see!