Sunday, July 23, 2006

To the gentleman that stole my wallet.

Dear Sir,

It came as a great shock to me when I returned from my workout to find the padlock on my locker cut off and my wallet and house keys missing.

Not only is it a sincere inconvenience to me, being a traveller in a foreign country and having all my cards, keys and identification in unknown hands, but it is moreso because I'm a recent graduate with very little cash, trying to set up a business to live off and as such really haven't the time or the energy to bother with lowlife scum such as yourself. The business of cancelling and replacing all the cards in the wallet is a very frustrating experience to undertake, and is indeed something I could have done without on a lovely day such as this.

Please know, I hope that not only do you accidentally trip over while running merrily through the park and snap your neck on a tap, but that you also sever your corotid artery on a rogue shard of glass placed delicately in whatever food (or drugs??) you have decided to purchase with my money.
Not only does myself and the rest of humanity wish you would rot like an expired pidgeon carcass, but we also all wish that you die soon, because you're currently breathing valuable air that could be better spent on sewer rats.

In closing, please do not think of me as hateful.
I'm merely interested in the idea of karma, and as I know I am not the first victim of your cowardice and lack of humanity, I hope that when karma gets you back, it's so devastatingly powerful and extreme in it's retribution that your very being is smooshed into a mound of stinky gunk which is stomped into the sidewalk.

Do have a nice day.

Kind regards,

Jimzip :D

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

James, incognito!

Interesting indeed, the last few weeks.
My love life seems to have gone down the sh*tter, but work seems to have picked up.. Strange how the two seem to equal and cancel each other out..

Anyway, my parents are here for the week! W00t!
We've been going out to dinner somewhere new almost every night, I've been taking them sightseeing every day, and I've still yet to use the facilities at the hotel they're staying at.. What's taking me so long? A couple of things..
However, on a different note, details of my arrival back in Aus have just been organised!
I will be arriving home early December, to remain for Christmas, New Year's, and who knows how long after that! I expect confetti, rose petals, and burning apocalyptic nepalm when I return! (Did I say nepalm, or hugs? I meant hugs..)
The title of this post really doesn't have much to do with the content may I add.. I just wanted to say 'incognito!'..

See you all then!

Jimzip :D

Sunday, July 9, 2006

The rude squirrel, the mushroom children, and the school bus.

We went camping two weeks ago, here are some pictures of the weekend.
Before we get into that though, I must first explain..

So, we (Mike, Agata, three other ladies and myself) found ourselves in a beautiful location up in the mountains directly next to a river, (we made camp around 100m away..) and had a wonderful two days.
The only drawback was a bunch of school-kids that rocked up and.. well rocked out. They were blaring ACDC and Metallica from their cars for a full day, and let me tell you, when you're in the mountains hunting serenity, that's so not cool.. Then they offered us mushrooms.. So remind me again why you went camping guys? ...

Anyway, on the second day, a couple more members arrived in a school bus.. I was worried that we'd acidentally set up camp on the local cub-scouts headquarters, but no, it was just another friend of Mike's who had purchased an ex-government bus painted with Green-Party slogans and had arrived with his Swedish girlfriend to set up camp downstream a little. Ah, of course, how obvious! I hear you shout..

Another slight problem was a rather inquisitive squirrel which we couldn't seem to get rid of.. He was really quite the character, and even hopped onto one of the girls' legs and stole a hotdog bun from us..
He escaped unscathed, but we'll be prepared for next time..

All in all, a pleasant weekend in Squamish, I hope we can do it again sometime!
Let the photos begin!

(Click for detail)

Cheers all!

Jimzip :D

Saturday, July 1, 2006

Rent, jobs, and how cellphones cooked an egg..

Never let it be said that I didn't warn you about the dangers of cell phones. My mum often reports having hot ears after using them, (and I'm talking strictly temperature here) but I can't believe how dangerous they actually are.
So, to all my friends and family, make sure you SMS rather than call people all the time! Seriously! Uh.. just read the article..

On another topic that's somewhat distantly related, I managed to lose both my cell and my debit card in one day! How is that possible? Becuase it's me that's how. Luckily, both were recovered before the rent was due this month.. (And I mean, 3 hours before it was due..)

So what's in important news? Well, you heard it here first, but the Lemon Lime vodcast will not be filmed on location at the Canada Day Rockfest. Nor will we be interviewing Hey Ocean this week. Why? Because *breathes deeply* the rockfest was to be held on a naval base, unfortunately some General or whatnot in Toronto got wind of it, and basically shut the whole event down.
Now, I ask you this, who has the power to stop people from celebrating Canada day? The military, it appears.. Anyway, so the event has been cancelled, however, we will still be bringing you a Canada Day special of the LLV, so let's not get all teary!

Lastly, there's something new in the works. You know what I mean, and you know how I work, so you'll just have to wait and see..

Cheers all!

Jimzip :D

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