Shivering on the 49th Parallel
Thursday, 30 November 2006

It will be December 1st, 2006.

Big deal? Maybe. It means that the 2006 Atlantic Hurricane Season is officially over! Now I can force myself to eat all the crap canned stuff that I have squirreled away that I wouldn't normally eat unless I HAD to. Sure it's probably good for another year, but in the aftermath of a hurricane when there's no power and no water is NOT the time to eat a can of bad chili, if you know what I'm talking about (and I think you do!)

Of course, Mother Nature doesn't really pay too much attention to our calendars, but for all intensive purposes (ha! I know what it should be, for all intents and purposes, but "all intensive purposes" is one of my all-time pet peeves and if Google indexes this and people hit up on it maybe they'll friggin learn something) this hurricane season is over.

Let's recap... We had one Hurricane Alert this year, and that was Hurricane Ernesto. Fortunately, he took a "right turn, Clyde" and went up the far side of Jamaica instead (watch the animated gif here) and got knocked the fuggout! There were a few other named storms this year, all the way through to Isaac ("Heyyyyy what's happenin?") A far cry from last year's Tropical Storm Zeta!

Before you know it, it'll be June 1st, 2007 and we'll be stocking the storm box again for another year

Thursday, 30 November 2006 20:19:28 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [1] | Cayman | Hurricane#
Tuesday, 28 November 2006

2006-11-25 Jake's Wedding 052So this past weekend, our old roommate Jake got married. Ironically, the invitation showed up in the mail today. Thanks a lot, Cayman Postal Service!

Steph (who's like a sister to me, J ;) ) was worried that they wouldn't know we were coming because we didn't RSVP, but come onnnn like we'd miss this!

Johnny Rotten (the not-quite-littlest hobo) even flew back onto The Rock from his Immigration Vacation® to attend!

I picked up John at the airport last Tuesday at about five o'clock, and it turned out Jake was at the airport picking up some family from the same flight. We took a swing by Big Daddy's and got some Grolsch flippy-top beers and joined Jake and his family down at the Harbourview Apartments for happy hour.

Wednesday we all met up at Legendz for dinner

Thursday The Not-Quite-Littlest-Hobo and I popped into Sunshine Grill for their Thanksgiving turkey buffet. First drink was included with the buffet dinner, so I stuck to my "next time I go to Sunshine Grill, I'm going to have a Painkiller" promise. Whoooo boy. Following that, we went down to Decker's to meet up with FNG and his friend Snowflake who was visiting from Vancouver. Jason the bartender (who was well into Movember) asked me what I wanted to drink. I wanted to stick with rum, so I ordered a Collins. He looked at me funny and said I should aim higher in life and poured me their signature Blood Orange Mojito. In a pint glass. By the time we made it up to Legendz later, I was pretty fuzzy.

Friday, well what can I say that hasn't already been said. Friday was the day of the wedding. All week the weather was not cooperating. We had an early nor'wester that churned up Seven Mile Beach pretty well, the temperature dropped into the LOW SEVENTIES and the wind was blowing just above a breeze. We opened up the windows and balcony door and had the a/c off all week.

When I came out of my windowless office on Friday afternoon to meet up with the boys (and Stephie) it was still breezy, but the sun was shining! I kinda chuckled to myself and made a point of asking Jake which God he prayed to for that. :) It was too late though, the wedding planner moved the ceremony inside at the Ritz-Carlton. We got there just before five, after walking across the gallery and past a piano that Gordy couldn't help but stop and tickle.

We got to the Ceremony just in time and sat down together in the same row, right in front of the music(a violinist and a flautist). I leaned over to John and said "And then there was this one time... and band camp..." and his reaction was priceless. Jake was standing up front with the minister awaiting everyone, and surprisingly he looked cool as a cucumber (although he did say later that the Jager was just what the Doc(Jelly) ordered). The rest of the wedding party made their way up and they got under way. For the second wedding in a row that I've been too, the ceremony was brief, and before you knew it, they were kissing to seal the deal and making their way down the aisle.

Tuesday, 28 November 2006 18:23:03 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Cayman | Pictures#
Sunday, 26 November 2006

2006-11-25 Jake's Wedding 019 Prior to the last post's picture of me snorting the champagne through my nose, we all met at my house before the wedding to have a drink. Jake turned up around 3:45 and had about a half hour to spare before meeting his family prior to the ceremony. John, Gordy, Jake and I cracked open this bottle of Jagermeister and poured four glasses and then added a dash of Red Bull. Just as we cheers'ed, did the shot and put our glasses down, Zac & Steph showed up.

So we poured another round.

You can't see it in this picture, but the pass through countertop has a bunch of bottles of rum, vodka and gin as well as mixers and some Doritos and Sun Chips as well. We poured out a few beverages and sat around the table reminiscing a little bit and find out out how Jake met his beautiful bride. (Just as I suspected, he stalked her online.) We poured another round of Jagerbombs and then it was almost time to go. Jake had to meet his family at 4:15 and the ceremony was at 5:00. We did one final round of Jager and then all slapped Jake on the back as he headed for the door and made his way back to the Ritz-Carlton for his wedding. We had another half hour and half-bottle of Jager to kill before we walked next door for the actual ceremony. When we finally got up to go to the wedding ceremony, we did a last shot and just about killed the bottle.

We walked across the beach to the Ritz and looked around for the wedding, but because of the weather it had been moved inside at the last minute. As we made our way across the pool deck, Zac kept getting stared at by random people. We were all dressed up, around the pool at the Ritz-Carlton and Zac's crazy red/blonde/brown rockstar hair was convincing enough that people probably thought he WAS a rockstar. Eventually we made it up the stairs, across the walkway and found the ceremony just in time. John, Gordy and I giggled quietly throughout the whole affair, with John elbowing me in the ribs every few minutes. Strangely, I didn't feel it... Once the ceremony was over, everyone congregated in the atrium for the pre-dinner cocktail party. Like we needed anymore alcohol. Someone shoved a mojito in my hand but as far as I remember, that was the only one I had until we were seated for dinner and they started pouring wine and then of course, the infamous champagne moment.

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Saturday, 25 November 2006

2006-11-25 Jake's Wedding 058 Drunkenness occurs when you have too much alcohol for your liver to filter out and the alcohol gets into your bloodstream causing impairment. According to an email that goes around every now and then signs of alcohol intoxication are: a lack of volume control, ravenous appetite for kebab or Denny's and karaoke.

Logic dictates that if you bypass your liver and get the alcohol directly into your bloodstream, you'll get drunker, faster.

But HOW to get that alcohol directly into your bloodstream? Injection? Too risky. Orally? That's not bypassing your liver. Your mucous membranes are another thing altogether though. You can absorb the alcohol right through them! How to get alcohol in contact with your mucous membranes? Just like in the picture. A wide, shallow vessel such as the bottom of a beer bottle works just fine. The trick is you're not drinking through your nose, the trick is to get your nose close enough to the liquid that when you inhale quickly, it creates a vacuum and the alcohol can get atomized into particles small enough to go right up your nose.

Of course, I'm completely talking out of my ass and I was already pretty damn drunk in the first place to even attempt this. The alcohol in question in this picture is champagne. Not only did it clear out my sinuses, but after I snorted it up there, I could FEEL the carbonation in the champagne bubbling inside my head. It made my eyes water and I don't remember if it made me drunker because I was already bombed.

What was the reason for the champagne? Our old buddy and roommate from The Ranch, Jake was down here with his whole family to get married. There'll be more posts and pictures coming in the next few days as I remember it and get things in order. If you'd like to jump right to the pictures, they're posted up at Flickr. I dropped the $$ on a Pro account renewal this afternoon and did a little housekeeping of my photos.

Saturday, 25 November 2006 18:33:54 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [2] | Cayman | Pictures#
Wednesday, 22 November 2006
Tonight I had to go into my storage locker and get some warmer clothes out of hiding, I have the windows closed, the ceiling fan off and an extra blankie on the bed.
Wednesday, 22 November 2006 20:20:51 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Cayman#
Monday, 13 November 2006

Friday was the official start to Pirate's Week 2006. This year they moved Pirate's week from the end of October to the second week of November. Why? Because for the last eight years that I've been here, Pirate's Week has been rained out more often than not! It was a good decision, too because if I remember correctly two weeks ago it was uhh, how you say? FUCKING POURING!

The Wharf actually had a pre-Pirates Week kick-off party on Thursday night with fireworks, but the "official" start was Friday night. After work Friday night I rode my Vespa downtown. As expected, with roads closed, traffic was hellish. Not for me, though. I rode through the traffic all the way around behind the downtown core and parked right behind the Hard Rock Cafe and walked about fifty yards to where 96.5 CayRock had set up their stage for "Pirate's Week Rocks" with Ratskyn. I was late getting there, as they started at six, but whatever. I found Stephie and Zac's family right away, and then found Gordy a few minutes later.

Ratskyn rocked out right up 'til 8:00 when the fireworks kicked off. Whoever does the fireworks down here, whether they're brought in, or it's someone who lives here, rocks. World-class all the way. If he/they DO live here, I'm surprised they don't compete in the Symphony of Fire.

Ratskyn took a break and Gordy and I did a lap around downtown to see what kind of food stalls were set up and of course to do a Titty Patrol. I ended up going for the pig sandwich at Hard Rock. I'm a sucker for pulled pork. heh heh that sounded bad.

It was actually a pretty early night, and I left for home around 10:30 or so. That was about the time that the "main stage" that Digicel set up was starting to get going. I'm not sure what time the street party went on until, but later than I could stay up.

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Saturday, 11 November 2006

Wizmo is a neat little utility written by Steve Gibson, the guy who wrote Spinrite and Shields Up!. He's doing a podcast called Security Now! on the TWit network and while sometimes it's a bit dry, I'm usually able to listen to the whole thing through.

I'd heard about Wizmo before, read what it does and then moved along. It's a Swiss Army Knife for Windows. You run wizmo.exe either from the command line or as part of a desktop shortcut. After Wizmo.exe you put what they refer to in the notes as "action verbs". There are a bunch of action verbs available, and I believe that it's extensible, so you can write your own action verbs if you want. There's Wizmo Blackout which blacks out your screen (it doesn't turn it off, just blacks it out like a screensaver), wizmo blank starts your currently selected screen saver, wizmo standby to send your computer into standby mode (if it doesn't have a suspend button or it's not a laptop). Other commands are hibernate, logoff, exit, reboot, shutdown which are all self-explanatory, monoff which shuts your screen OFF into standby mode and gravitron, the GRC screensaver with all it's own settings.

The reason I was looking at it again was because my new monitor, my Acer AL2216WB 22" widescreen didn't always shut itself off. I don't know if it's something in the system tray, or maybe one of the Yahoo Desktop Widgets preventing it, but if I was laying in bed watching TV (either from my AverMedia Ultra300 USB tuner or uhh, recorded shows) I'd have to get up and push the button to shut off the monitor and go back to bed. How 1980...

I started searching Google for some way to programatically send a "standby" command to the monitor and two or three links down was Wizmo. WTF? Cool! I went back to GRC.com and downloaded it and configured a shortcut on my desktop to shut off the monitor. Now when I'm done, I fire up VNC, double click the Shutoff Monitor shortcut and close VNC and it's nice and dark and off I go to sleep.

Saturday, 11 November 2006 11:47:35 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Links | Tech | Gadgets | Microsoft#

A few months back, when the exploding dell and apple laptop batteries first started coming to the public attention, I wondered if my laptop would be affected. Eventually Dell set up a website to deal with it and published a list of PID's (part numbers basically) that were affected and subject to recall. I remember looking through the chart for my serial number, and it wasn't there. Great, no need to worry about my laptop catching fire and burning the building down while I was at work. I still left it unplugged while I was out though, just to be safe.

Two weeks ago, while I was on vacation, I noticed my laptop battery seemed to discharge pretty quickly. I know that batteries start to degrade over time, after about 500 discharges and charges, but I didn't think I was to that threshold yet. Rich's Dell Battery stopped charging when an internal counter hit 500 and just refused to ever work again.

When this laptop (Dell Inspiron 700m) was new, 18 months ago, I could last about 4.5 hours with the WiFi radio on and the screen at full brightness. It was pretty kick-ass. On the plane ride home from Vancouver, the battery died before I even finished watching a single DVD movie, with the screen brightness turned down a bit and the WiFi radio off. That was less than 50% of what it was when new. Not good. Within another week, I noticed it dying even quicker.

I unplugged it at 100% charge and carried it over to the bed and watched a TV show. 21 minutes later (gotta love no commercials) the battery said 46% remaining (1:20). I watched another episode.. at the end of that 21 minutes, the battery was 8%, the red x was over the battery and the little bubble popped up saying main battery very low, I should change battery or switch to AC power to avoid losing any work. Before I could GET the ac power, it dropped to 6% and then 4% when I plugged it back in. 42 minutes from full charge to "you should change your battery immediately to avoid losing work". Well that's no good at all.

I was on the phone with Dell Support (since this is part of Latin America, we get call centers in Panama with thick eSpanish accents... sometimes I WISH for Indian call centers... but I digress) the next day at work, making some claims for warranty work for some of the machines at work that piled up in the "fix" pile while I was away. I have to say that I've never had a "bad call" with Dell. It's under warranty, I explain the problem, and the new parts are out by UPS to their local supply chain partner and in my hands inside of about a week. Pretty friggin good. That's one of the reasons why we continue to buy Dell at work but again, I digress.

While I had the tech support rep on the phone, I asked about my laptop battery. He asked me for the serial number... which I didn't have. I explained the situation to him and he advised me to make sure the battery was fully charged, unplug it, turn it on and go to the BIOS and let it sit there on the BIOS screen and see how fast it discharges. I should make a note of it and call Dell Support with the service tag #, the battery serial number and the data collected by that little experiment. He informed me that Dell warranties their batteries for one year from purchase. Uh-oh, this machine is just over a year old... But I have CompleteCare, that covers it, right? If I drop the laptop over the side of the boat, so long as I dive down and get it, and have the carcass to give back to them, it's covered. Somewhere in the fine print is a sentence exempting batteries from CompleteCare, and spelling out that batteries only have a one year warranty. Yeesh.

Tonight I was sitting at my desk, deleting 650 or so splog trackbacks from my website, when suddenly the laptop powered off. No low battery warning, no windows is hibernating, no nothing, just powered off. I plugged it in and charged it back up and then shut down, unplugged and booted to the BIOS screen, just like they said. If it lasted a few hours, then I could look back at my process list and see if something was causing the processor to work at high utilization, generating heat, which requires the fans to spin and drain the battery quicker. No dice, it discharged completely to 0 and shut off in 46 minutes.

I went to support.dell.com and logged in to my Dell Premier Support account and punched in my service tag number. I selected "request support" and thought maybe I'd get lucky and they'd see that I have close to 1000 systems under my profile and throw me a frickin bone.. or a battery. Before I got that far, I got a popup saying I should check the Dell battery recall site as my laptop model number is one of the ones that are under recall. I already checked it a few months ago, but hey, what the heck, I HAD the battery serial number right in front of me already, so I punched it in and hit "submit". Lo and behold, I was told that my battery should be replaced immediately, fill this address info out and expect a new battery within 20 days. Sweet. I filled it out and sent it in and now just have to wait for a new battery to arrive.

The only WTF moment I had was "How many days have I left my laptop plugged in to the AC while I wasn't at home where this could have caught fire and burnt the whole building down???" yikes. I'll be unplugging and removing the battery from now on when I leave the house until I get the new one!

Saturday, 11 November 2006 09:57:02 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Tech#
Friday, 10 November 2006

Had a little outage there, not sure what happened, but web and email servers were offline for about a day and a half. Murphy says that this only ever happens when Rich is out of town, and he's over at TechEd in Spain this week.

If you sent me an email in the past couple days and it bounced, re-send it.

 

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Sunday, 05 November 2006

Last night was the Taste of Cayman. Last year was canceled due to weather, so this year should have been even bigger. Nope.

The moved the venue to Boatswain's Beach, the new Turtle Farm which was a really dumb move. I realize that there's a huge push on to show off Boatswain's Beach to the public for many reasons, but the bottom line is that Boatswain's Beach/Turtle Farm/Cracked Conch area cannot handle the amount of traffic/cars that were going to show up. Boatswain's Beach parking lot was overfull, Tortuga Rum parking lot was triple-parked with people blocking other people in, because they could, Cracked Conch/Divetech's parking lot was a zoo, and cars were lined along both sides of the street almost from Sharon & Seb's old apartment through to nearly Coconut Bay.

For as long as I can remember, Taste of Cayman had been held at Safehaven. It kinda sucked if there was rain (and really, when does it ever rain in Cayman in the summer/fall?) but there was tons of parking, and a huge empty lot that people could park in behind the "grounds" plus all the parking at Sunshine Suites, Cayman Falls, the Westin and also the entire Safehaven (Now Regatta) office park.

Anyway, enough bitching about the venue, let's get on with the food. We entered and turned right. The Marriott Beach resort was right there, and they had a fruit punchy type drink, ginger-glazed beef, jerk chicken & some sort of fish dish. The jerk was good, not TOO hot, but still a good zing on the tongue. Their beef was pretty good, too. Just past then was Island Supply who had cheesecakes and whatnot, so we skipped over them (for now, we're not crazy) and headed to Chicken! Chicken!, Cimboco and Breezes. They had Conch chowder (I don't like conch, but I tried it and it was very VERY good) They also had some Chicken Chicken, uhh, chicken, caribbean cornbread and caesar salad. Yum, Yum and yum.

We realized then that we were at the end of the line, so we turned around and headed the other way (dumb booth setup, but I guess you gotta work with what you got, but I don't want to get back on the venue thing) Heading back the other way was the Cayman Sea Salt company with... wait for it... sea salt! The first thought was "how are they going to promote it?" but what they had was a selection of fruits and veggies and even chocolate, sprinkled with their salt. I made a beeline for the choccies, and everyone looked at me like "salt on chocolate?" but it was good. They also had tomatoes. mmmm tomatoes... moving along we made our way through the rest of the "booths".

Hemingway's at the Hyatt was pimping their new Thursday special, a Brazilian barbecue (the name escapes me at the mo, but those types of places are getting popular in the US these days) I tried the beef and chorizo, with black refried beans, and they were yummmmy. The Westin had tuna burgers with various dressings... wasabi mayo, fruit relish, etc. The Ritz-Carlton had quite a line-up for their offering: hand-cut french fries tossed in truffle oil and topped with parmesan cheese. Sounds great, but because of the demand, they couldn't keep up and the fries I got were undercooked and soggy. MJ said that she's had them at Periwinkle (one of the restaurants there) and that they were really good, so I'll give them the benefit of the doubt.

Sunshine Grill was there, they had marinated flank steak, but it was gone by the time I got there. I've had it there before though and it's good. It's in their Jamaican Chop House tacos. They also had their Chopped Salad which was good but reminded me of the last meal I had before I tried that detox regimen a few months back, so I didn't finish it.

We went back around towards the cheesecake booth and stopped in at the Cayman Sea Sense booth. Danny and Marnie from Off The Wall were manning the booth. I walked up with my plate in my hand, held it out and asked what kind of fish they were serving... Danny laughed and called me an asshole, but I don't think Marnie knew (at first) that I was just joking and gave me a dirty look :)

We made it back around to the cheesecake booth and got a little hunk of plain NY Style cheesecake, a hunk of Reese' peanut butter something, and a little square of chocolate chip cheesecake, and then they POURED BAILEY'S ALL OVER IT. Bliss. After that we grabbed some beverages and sat down at one of the tables and I started sliding into food coma.

We left around 10:30 and made our way down to Aqua Beach where Ratskyn was playing, and stuck around there til closing. (Midnight, because it was Saturday). Zac's family is in town, so they were all there, we were all there, Renee made an appearance all the way in from where she lives now (Cayman's equivalent of The Boonies) but overall it was kind of a quiet night at Aqua Beach. Between the Taste of Cayman going on and the Full Moon Beach Party at Calico Jack's, I guess everyone was elsewhere last night.

We got home about 12:20 or so and I crashed. Hard. Food Coma was waiting for me and as soon as I was horizontal, I was out like a light. I slept HARD right through, all the way up until nearly 11 this morning when I realized that the song in my head in my dream was actually the alarm clock. Just another Sunday in Cayman, everyone's coming over later to sit on the beach, drink beer and watch the bikinis parade by like one of those conveyor belt sushi restaurants. Life is good!

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Wednesday, 01 November 2006
Halloween is a big event in Cayman but not so much for the kids
Wednesday, 01 November 2006 19:59:58 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Cayman | Pictures#

Imagine my surprise this morning when reading the FRONT PAGE of the newspaper, above the fold an article entitled "Rollover numbers queried" In it, the Leader of the Opposition was MIS-quoted as saying:

"Mr. Bush said he is already seeing small businesses shutting their doors.

“It’s across the board,” he said. “It’s small contractors, landscapers, boutiques and corner mom and pot stores.”

Did he just say mom and pot stores? OH NO HE DIDN'T! More than likely it's a typo by the newspaper, so I checked their online edition. The paper was printed yesterday, so surely someone's seen the type and called it in... nope. It's "mom and pot stores" on their website as well. I'm sure it will be corrected soon enough but not before a lot of people see this.

This is a perfect example of why you shouldn't blindly rely on a spell-checker and should instead use your own Mk-I eyeballs and have some friggin writing skills if you're going to work for a newspaper! Especially one that holds itself up as a beacon of journalism in the Cayman Islands when comparing itself to the other newspaper on the island.

Is it any wonder why they're referred to as the Caymanian Compost and the Cayman Not News?

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 07:26:53 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [2] | Cayman#

The weather sucks ass today. It sucked on Saturday, it got better Saturday night, it got crappy again Sunday afternoon... and so it goes. I was awoken this morning at 5am by rain POUNDING on the roof. I physically could not open my eyes to check the clock and had to will them open to check it eventually. Definately a Jeep day.

I already planned to drive in to work this morning, as I have some running around to do that requires some cargo space (and SOME cargo space trumps the Vespa by virtue of BEING cargo.) I got an email the other day from Little Bucket over at Ignition, the new IT Outsourcing outfit here on Grand Cayman that was called "Who needs a truck?" and had all these pictures (mostly from Vietnam and the Philippines it looked like) of people using scooters for cargo. Compared to them I'm a rank amateur, but I'm OK with that.

I didn't think it would be too big of a deal considering where I live, and the new bypass being open and the time I left the house. I was wrong. Either I didn't pay attention because any traffic there was I just went around on the Vespa or what, but I made the turn onto West Bay Road and traffic was stopped just on the far side of the Ritz-Carlton. Forget this shit! When I made it to The Strand, I turned in and made for the new bypass. I got there and had to wait for two cars to pass heading northbound before I could make the lane-crossing RIGHT turn southbound (we drive on the left here, dontcha know). I got to the next entry/exit to the bypass at Jennifer/Palm Heights drives and... stopped. WTF, Mate? Traffic poked along in front of the old Hyatt (which still isn't open, and is sitting dark... would have made the world's BEST haunted house in hindsight...) and was waiting to merge at the Lone Star Roundabout (I'm sure it has an official name, but that's how I recognize it).

Traffic then poked along the stretch of bypass behind Galleria to the other roundabout by the Cinema. All things considered, I decided to pull in to Cafe Del Sol and get a coffee to start the morning off. Cafe Del Sol was recently bought out by a new owner (a guy I know, actually) and he's sunk a lot of money into the place already, replacing all the derelict computers with shiny new Dells with 24" monitors. Their old ones went to the island of lost toys (wait, isn't that Cayman already?). There was a bit of a line, but the girl at the register saw me in line and called my order to the barista before I even got up there. When I got to the counter, she said "good morning, Mark!" and handed me my drink. Pretty cool customer service if you ask me.

When I finally got onto the bypass again, traffic was moving along swimmingly, until I got stuck behind a jackass who's little shitbox beater car couldn't manage to sustain 30mph and there was too much oncoming traffic to safely pass him. Finally I made it in to work ten minutes late. Not too shabby considering I was out til 12:30 last night at Sunset House for their Halowe'en bash. More on that later, though.

Wednesday, 01 November 2006 06:33:25 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00) | Comments [0] | Cayman | Jeep | Rants | Scooter#
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