OMG Epic Morvahna
OMG look who Circle Orboros gets as our warlock in the next Hordes expansion!
I want this model so bad. She rides a fuckin' antelope, how baller is that?
Don't even care if the stats suck, I'm gonna build my whole army around The Dawnshadow.
For the duration of this post, my blog is now a single-topic food-porn Tumblr called "Jono's Guilty Pleasures A.K.A. Why I'm Still Fat Despite Bicycling Everywhere Since 2006".
Chicago-style hot dogs!
(Tomato, pickle, green pepper, pepperoncini, diced onion, mustard, and celery salt.)
(Rice, grilled spam, and nori. Invented by Japanese-Americans in Hawaii, I think.)
Giordano's deep-dish pizza.
Fried chicken & waffles.
Don't be afraid of getting syrup on your chicken or hot sauce on your waffles; it's all part of the experience.
Macaroni & cheese with canned tuna and frozen peas mixed in.
It has a vegetable, it must be healthy!
Not shown: Reuben sandwiches; New England-style clam chowder; oatmeal with real maple syrup; tuna melt on rye toast dunked in canned tomato soup.
What are your comfort foods?
My friend Ben Beaty gave me a sweet Lego set a while ago (he works at the Lego company and can get awesome sets for cheap). But I hadn't had time to sit down and put it together.
This weekend, I was sick, so I didn't have the brain power or energy to work on coding or anything else ambitious. Finally, the perfect time!
I had some Adventure Time DVDs to watch, too, a present from Sushu.
Here's to sitting under the kotatsu with a mug of tea, a box of tissues, and a DVD remote, and not coming out until this pile of Legos* looks like a race car. Huzzah!
About seven hours later...
Thanks, Ben! |:-D
* (Ben says that at the Lego company they are not allowed to say "a Lego" or "some Legos"; the correct nomenclature is "a Lego brick" or "some Lego bricks". But I don't work there, so I'm gonna keep on saying it the way I've always said it.)
Playing taiko at a baseball game today
OK so later today Emeryville Taiko will be performing between innings at a baseball game at the Giants stadium in San Francisco.
This will be my first performance wearing the full traditional, formal taiko outfit. Which looks like this:
Oh hell yeah. I feel so manly! Everybody will get to see my tattoos.
They told me this apron thing is a "Donburi", which is weird because I thought donburi only meant a rice bowl with fried stuff on top. I guess it's a taiko slang thing, like how we say "Ohayo gozaimasu" at the start of practice no matter what time of day it is.
I've never been to a baseball game before. Since baseball is kind of boring. But playing taiko... is awesome!