So I’m working back in the hardware shop now,
breaking fixing the internals of laptops and doing reloads.
I was replacing the hard drive in a friend’s laptop, and as I was checking on the status of the file backup from the old drive, I noticed she had some rather funny data. Nothing scary, just something that made me laugh. Travis and I ended up having the following exchange in the shop:
Me: I want to pick on her about it, but that’d be unethical. You can’t pick on people about what you happen to see on their hard drive when backing up their files.
Travis: You can if you know them. Trust me, I pick on a friend of mine all the time.
Me: I dunno. That’s kinda shady. [I’m thinking it’s like hospital records or something, right? You just don’t.]
Travis: Just imagine: [in a loud, boisterous voice] “Hey, Bob! I was reloading your hard drive, and I had no idea you were into bestiality, man! Me too!! Who would have thought we had that in common?!”
No, I think I’ll pass on referring to my glimpse of funny content. Like hospital records.
| the Idiot Savant
(47% dark, 53% spontaneous, 52% vulgar)
| your humor style:
VULGAR | SPONTANEOUS | LIGHT
You like things silly, immediate, and, above all, outrageous. Ixne on
the subtle word play, more testicles on fire, please. People like you
are the most likely to RECEIVE internet forwards–and also the most
likely to save them in a special folder entitled ‘HOLY SHIT’.
Because it’s so easily appreciated, and often wacky and physical, your
sense of humor never ceases to amuse your friends. Most realize that
there’s a sly intelligence and a knowing wink to your tastes. Your
sense of humor could be called ‘anti-pretentious’–but paradoxically
enough, that indicates you’re smarter than most.
PEOPLE LIKE YOU: Johnny Knoxville – Jimmy Kimmel
Continue reading Funny “ha ha”?
It’s been a minute since I posted about my workouts, so I’ll just summarize by saying that things on going fairly well on the weightlifting front, and less than stellar in the running.
I switched from doing a close-grip lat pulldown to doing close-grip assisted chin-ups. I love it. It works my stomach, too, which is nice. I also switched to a decline bench press, and boy did I feel that one. Also fun.
Last Thursday, I tried to do squats, but couldn’t figure out how to unrack the weights already on the bar (which was lying on the safety rails near the floor) without the bar tilting and hitting the floor when I removed the 45 lbs from one side. So I didn’t do squats, and I endured the embarrassment of fumbling around and looking like an idiot who didn’t know what she was doing.
Yesterday, though, there was an empty bar already properly placed on the hooks in the cage, so I jumped in and got under that fucker. I learned that the cage is too narrow for me to do the sumo stance I prefer, so I just did normal, full-depth squats.
Continue reading Stepping into the cage.