2009 – a new saga begins…

Posted on 06. Jan, 2009 by in Half-Assed Posts

Hey Everyone…

I hope everyone had a great holiday. Yes, I’ve been lazy the past month or so. In fact, it’s been a very long time since I’ve written an actual article. Well, the plan for this month is to totally re-design the website. I won’t be removing any of the content, just updating the look. I think it’s starting to look old. So, that’s one of my main objectives. Also, I wanted to post my list of goodies I got for Christmas. But, since I think it’s old news, I’ll just tell you in this post.

vacuum

Okay here’s my list of stuff I got: a vacuum, xbox360 controller, mortal kombat vs dc universe (xbox360), a ladder, too fat to fish (book by artie lange), walmart gift card, super mario 3 t-shirt, & money!

Some of the stuff is much needed stuff like the vacuum & ladder. The new Mortal Kombat game is awesome. There’s something exciting about Batman beating the shit out of Scorpion. The hero DC characters have “Heroic Brutalities” instead of Fatalities, which are basically a fatality without killing the person. All the MK characters & DC villians have fatalities. The book, “Too Fat To Fish”, is brilliant so far. I’ve only read about half of the book, but it’s very funny. Artie’s a good story teller.

Well… so, that’s it for now. Hopefully, I’ll have a new site design for you guys by the end of the month.

-g

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2 Responses to “2009 – a new saga begins…”

  1. Vicki

    06. Jan, 2009

    Why is it that the older we get presents like vacuums excite us? I got a crock pot and a set of Onieda pots and pans and it was the greatest x-mas present. And to be honest I think I got more excited about Hunter’s presents, being his first x-mas and all.

    Happy New Year!! 🙂

  2. Josh

    08. Jan, 2009

    Greg, I have to say, I didn’t appreciate the language in this post. I reading aloud with much excitement to my children, when all of a sudden, an “S” bomb slips in. Very inapropriate.  Oh, and you come off as a little braggy, which doesn’t sit well with us less fortunate. 

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