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We Gotta Get Out of This Place
2009-01-16 - 11:33 a.m.
First off, happy birthday to John, Brin's husband.
Yesterday, I watched a lot of Prisoner and did a lot of laundry.
And stayed in place.
Right now I'm watching Celebrity Rehab - Sober House.
Most of the housemates are folks who were in the first Celeb Rehab. Or the second. Or both.
One of the housemates, former Guns 'n Roses drummer Steven Adler, showed up with heroin and syringes.
Good luck to them. They'll need it.
I'm going to be using some of these at work.
Sorry for the short post. I'm not going to force myself to write - that just pisses me off and frustrates me.
I need to get out of the apartment at some point. Maybe a long walk in the Park.
Have a good weekend.
Be seeing you.
1 comments so far
Brin aka Bindyree - 2009-01-16 19:43:07 -
Steve Adler -- Ur Doin It Wrong.
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