Dim-Sum and Beer

October 20, 2009 at 8:00 pm (Books, Other, School) (, , , )

What do they have in common?

They were both the topics of the first two tweet-ups I went to. Both times I went with my mom and my step-dad. The first one was a small one, we had dim-sum and talked about current happenings. It was like any other time, meeting new people and learning a bit about them. The second one was a bit more interesting. It was a tweet-up at the Mac and Jack’s Brewery. Yes, brewery. The place they make beer (No I didn’t have any). We toured the place – it was small, I was surprised. Again, I met new people, learned about some interesting things.

Now that I’ve had a taste of this drink called a tweet-up, I want to see how large the cup is – ¬†how much I can learn from it.

Other than doing that, Homecoming is on Saturday, and so far as I know, I’m going alone. Hopefully that will change soon, but if not, oh well.

I got the second book in the Night Angel Trilogy as well. I got it on Saturday, I’m almost done with it today.

So, all in all, here’s to trying new things, and hoping you don’t get left without a group or person to go to a big dance with!


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Theres no doubt now

July 11, 2009 at 10:10 pm (Gaming) (, , , , , )

Theres no doubt, I’m a geek.
List of reasons I’m a geek now:
-I have a facebook
-I have a twitter
-I have this blog
-I program C++
-I know waaaaay too much Warcraft lore
-I hang out with other geeks
And… I’m getting my first pair of glasses…. In 6-9 bussiness days that is.
Oh, and my mom says my birth certificate came in a pocket protector.
Definatly no doubt.

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Welcome to geek land!

July 2, 2009 at 6:29 pm (Other) (, , , )

I am now an official geek!

I sport, not only my blog, but a twitter and a facebook now! I’ve been told that my birth certificate came in a pocket protector, but I think it came in a video game instruction manual… Or at least with a free controller.
But anyway, feel free to take a look at my site, and know that I cannot make fun of geeks anymore.

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