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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

You Know You Have No Life When...


You've spent the last forever watching Footloose and it still isn't over.

It's horrible. Just horrible. It's the STOOPIDEST idea for a movie EVER, or at least that I can think of right now. It needed WAY MORE SNAKES.

8 Comments:

  • At 16/5/06 3:58 PM, Blogger woodrowsaid…

    In my case, it's more terminal. In the business, they say...

    "You know you're an Engineer when you have no social life, and can prove it mathematically."

     
  • At 16/5/06 4:19 PM, Blogger AnnieAngelsaid…

    I guess it's a lonely life driving a train, but I thought they called them stations, not terminals. And either way, you shouldn't date any women who hang out there. *eeewww*

    I didn't know you'd need so much math to do your job, I guess you learn something new everyday. :)

     
  • At 16/5/06 4:31 PM, Blogger woodrowsaid…

    I'm not that kind of Engineer.

    Last year I went to Africa for 6 months as a Missionary (you should appreciate that). I figured any job they name for sexual position has got to be promising (ever hear of the "Engineer position"? Neither have I). Man, was I fooled...

     
  • At 16/5/06 4:37 PM, Blogger AnnieAngelsaid…

    The job isn't named after the position, it's the other way around. ;)

    Where were you in Africa, if you don't mind sharing your travel stories?

     
  • At 16/5/06 4:56 PM, Blogger woodrowsaid…

    Liberia. I was teaching the rebels construction skills. After 14 years of civil war, they have roughly a generation of able bodied persons with no work skills. Wish I could send you photos. Monrovia is the only capitol of a Nation the the world that does not have working electricity, running water or sanitation.

    Also spent some time in C.A.R., Sudan and Kenya.

     
  • At 16/5/06 5:14 PM, Blogger AnnieAngelsaid…

    Oh, that sounds so cool! Why don't you make a blog, Woods? I'd love to read your stories and see your pictures.

     
  • At 16/5/06 5:33 PM, Blogger woodrowsaid…

    The server is down right now, but later try www.water.cc. In the Spring '06 issue of Pipeline there is an article titled "Rebuilding a People" with some of my photos.

    We also have Living Water Canada.

     
  • At 16/5/06 6:09 PM, Blogger AnnieAngelsaid…

    That link deserved it's own post.

    YOU done good, Woods.

     

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