2003-01-28 05:40:43 ET|
Last night went out to The Hobi. I had a great time. I picked up Aya (stopped over at her place before, and helped her apply for an account on sk.net.. ;)), and we rode off. As usual, we were there first, but it was great. We had some of our usual deep life, theuniverse, relationships, and everything sorta chats. I <3 those. ;)
Then the beer started pumpin'. The music was great (the DJ put Mirwais for me! Yay!), and it was good company. I met some friends I burnt some Invader ZiM episodes for em' (damn Israeli television; I've seen the whole goddamn series nd they still haven't bothered purchasing any episodes).
Then at around 1:30 I took off, and when I started driving I realized I had a flat tire. Eep! How traumatic. I've never had one before. So I managed to drive to a gas station nearby, and the guy there helped me replace the tire. s'good, coz I figure it's about time I learn how to do it, better sooner than later, better with someone who's done it a dozen times than alone, better on thenight before a day off then on a night where I hafta wake up for work the next morning.
So anyway, we had a helluva time figuring out the weird germanic-volkswagen jack-thingie that came with the passat (all the while listening to my favourite Industrial compilation ;)) w00t)... but at the end we managed, and I rode off into the sunset.
Today I was rudely awoken by my parents, and we went off to vote. I voted for Meretz (left-wing sissy party), for lack of anyone better to vote for. I'm not even a socialist. Baah. But everyone else is pond scum. *sigh*
Then I continued with my parents to Tel-Aviv. We had a bite to eat, and then me and my mom went to Shenkin. That was pretty amusing.. :)
I got me two new jeans, though. woopie.
Now I'm back home... I really wanna get a haircut, but I'm not certain that the darn place is open.. I'll go give me' a call in a minute..
Later on I'm goin to some friends, I was invited to see the election results wid em'...
Should be cool.
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