Listening to John Peel’s Festive Fifty on Radio 1. Well interestin’. If only there was some way to get Radio 1 London in your car in the US. Perhaps someday you’ll be able to have some fast CHEAP wireless internet connection in your car. Ya know, with these cellphones that have cameras, the technology exists to blog with pics straight from the phone. Wonder if anyone’s doing it already. Update: This guy sort of does. Afri-Cola has more caffeine than any other soda. Dunno if you can get it in the US. I think it’s German. Whatever the case, all soda caffeine content is still dwarfed by coffee. There’re 3 DJs on XFM (London) right now. They’re talking about urban legends and such. One of them keeps cackling. His laugh is so funny, I’m almost bursting out in my cubicle.

Vanessa’s cuya brought turducken (sounds like some kinda ninja) to mum-in-law’s for supper last night. Boneless chicken stuffed inside duck stuffed inside turkey. Kindof a scary Frankenstein thing going on…but tastes great. We played Cranium and Guesstures much, yesterday. A pet peeve with Cranium…why’d they have to convolute the instructions with the special trademark terms everywhere, like “Cranium Planet ™”? Makes it a huge pain to learn to play for the first time. “Move your Cranium piece ™ to the Cranium planet ™. If you answer the Cranio-factoid ™ correctly, blah blah blah.” They really need to fix their instructions. Ate turkey lunch feast at me parents’ yesterday and got to hang out with me family, which was nice. Christmas eve, we were at mum-in-law’s. The house was packed with so many peoples from Fillipino-American Association that people were eating in the back bedroom. DDR and karaoke abounded. Surprisingly, I never saw anybody sing “My Way.” There was roasted pig and much of the synchronized Filipina woman laugh. For Christmas Eve lunch, we ate at Gardun~o’s. I still look forward to my leftovers from there today for lunch…which is saying a lot. I got paged 2 or 3 times over the last few days, messing with my vacation sleep-in. Oh, the humanity!

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