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Aww, man!

Posted By Dave Yoo on Sep 30, 2009 at 7:30PM

There go my plans to have my very own port-a-potty. Seriously, though,
do people actually steal these???


Spamming is the DEVIL!!!

Posted By Dave Yoo on Jul 28, 2009 at 6:33PM

From my Gmail account:


Random thought of the day...

Posted By Dave Yoo on Jun 3, 2009 at 4:08PM

Why is "phonics" not spelled as it sounds?

Filed in: random | Tagged with: Random Thoughts, vocabulary

Random thought: You know life just sucks when...

Posted By Dave Yoo on Apr 2, 2009 at 5:09PM

...you're allergic to an allergy drug:

Q: Who should not use ASTEPRO?
A: If you are allergic to Astepro, Astelin, azelastine or any of its components do not use Astepro



Does Astepro work for panda cubs too?



A Different View on the World

Posted By Robert Myers on Feb 27, 2009 at 6:38PM

For those of you who haven't been to the UC Irvine campus, there is a large park in the center of campus, and just outside of it lining the edge of the park are classroom buildings and lecture halls. Just beyond these buildings is a road called Ring Road because, well, it forms a ring around the park and the classroom buildings which is basically a circle. There are also classrooms and lecture halls on the outer side of Ring Road, but that's not really relevant.

anyways, this is the road that all the students walk around to get to classes so it is a very high traffic area considering the school has over 20,000 students. So I was walking back from taking a Japanese quiz toward the buses out in the front of the school, and I hear shouting. I figured it was the workers union or the muslim students' union because they're always protesting and marching through Ring Road trying to get people to hate UCI and the US foreign policy. But this time, as I got closer I realized that it was a group of men probably in their late 30's (wearing these double-sided signs advocating for Christianity and making a plea for people to "clean their dirty hearts and souls" basically making themselves walking billboards) who were pissed off about gay people. I stuck around just to listen to them because I found it humorous that they could work themselves into such a frenzy over sexual preference. I kid you not, one of the guys was saying "I just don't understand it! There used to just be homos and straight people! But now there's all these middle ground positions like metrosexuals! Bisexuals! Boy Bands!" This guy was getting red in the face from shouting all these things.

possibly the funniest part of this whole thing was that two of my pledge bros decided the hold hands and skip together through the circle of people. This got them furious and they started shouting things like "you ****ing homos! you're life is one huge sin and you're going to hell! at least dress like a homo so that you fit the part you ****ing weirdos!"

I had just watched the movie Milk a couple weeks ago and so I actually became interested in learning about that whole era in San Francisco's history, but seeing something like this just blew my mind. I guess I may be spoiled coming from such an open and liberal city like San Francisco, so I forget that in other places (Orange County) many people are still uncomfortable with the whole idea.

yeaahhh, a lot of interesting stuff happens on Ring Road, but this was easily the most crazy and intense demonstration I've ever witnessed.


The Little Things

Posted By Robert Myers on Jan 26, 2009 at 12:56PM

So I bought these two reclining chairs and a small table for drinks and whatnot (best purchase of the school year so far ^_^):


I've been studying and doing a lot of my work out on these chairs with friends during the day and into the evening because, unlike San Francisco, down here in Socal I can actually do things like that. But the other day I was caught up in studying my Kanji (my friend and I are trying to learn 2042 of them before we leave to study abroad in Japan in late July for the year, so it's a pretty daunting, but not impossible task), and my friend glanced up and said "Robby, look at the sky." So I shook myself out of my tranced state and looked up to see...


... And it was nice to just take a break from all the stress and cramming of information into my head and to have a view like that. It's certainly applicable to everyone, but most definitely for me, being a college student, the stress can get pretty overwhelming, so when I see these kinds of little things it gets me back in touch with reality and really calms me down.


Friday 3:07pm

Posted By Sara Yoo on Jan 16, 2009 at 3:23PM
  • marketman: wow
  • mieko14: huh
  • marketman: one of my strands of hair stuck into my thumb like a splinter
  • mieko14: you are so random. does it hurt?
  • marketman: nah. just weird
  • mieko14: i'd say

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