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Monday, March 14, 2011

Monday Morning Dirt

Woot Woot!

It is monday. The day of rebirth, or for some professionals, the day of new death. How about this for a philosophical conversation point-

Each person goes through a different cycle each week. People with jobs watch the weekend fade away, those that are good partyers see the joy and camaraderie of the weekend fade away. Those that are bad drunks use the work week as a chance to forget the obnoxious and sometimes terrible way they act.

Then there are those with no jobs- who’s cycle begins and end with forced sobriety. Then there are people who never and will never party. And I don’t know what they do, not yet.

Ok, so that’s over. As always I’ve been watching a lot of movies. I recently watched the latest installment in the American Pie series, called American Wedding. Dance off in a gay club, blow jobs under the dinner table at fancy restaurants and of course Stifler. And while it may be easy to make fun of this movie and call it simple and lazy comedy, it will still be funnier than I will ever be. So think about that one.

David Leon is a funny mama jamma.

Peyton Manning may go to the Jets?

Protest rage on in Madison. Hold strong guys! I saw this crazy Walker supporter, riding a rascal screaming "This is your house and mine and it's fragile!"

That will never be my house and the sooner we pick our enemies the better.

Top 5 soups of the week:

Egg drop

Chicken Noodle

Clam Chowder


Red Fish

Most of these you can get in delicious form at Beans And Barley, which punch for punch is still the best restaurant in Milwaukee.

5 Things I learned this week.

1. Burlap is a good cover all

2. Dogs are stupider but way cooler than rocket scientists.

3. I’m headed south.

4. Mitchy The Kid is a rad racer.

5. No pain no game, without painin - no point in gamin.

Stay Sassy but be respectful of others,

Sean Williamson

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