DailyAfirmation (dailyafirmation) wrote,

An afternoon with Kevin at Helios, mostly doing service-learning work...

A little math humor today...

Jerk in back row: Paul McCartney should have stopped after the Beatles. I mean, what the fuck else good did he do after that? Nothing. Not a goddamn thing. He couldn't go from point A to point B. What's the shortest distance from A to B, again? Like, the hypotenuse of a triangle? He never found the hypotenuse without Lennon.

Annoyed man in front of him: Dude, the hypotenuse is the longest side. Now shut the fuck up.

Annoyed man's girlfriend: That was so hot.

—Carnegie Hall

An affirmation:

Thank you very much for the newsletter. It is wonderful! Very creative yet informative. My kudos to you and your "staff"! ;)

Please continue to forward them to me, and if there's any opportunity for us to work together with our newsletters/articles, please let me know.

I met Kevin (av8rdude) at Helios at around 3:00, and we hung out there until 8:00. Thomas, the new guy there, who likes my t-shirts, is really very customer-oriented. I have to remember to send some feedback to management about him. We encourage what we reward.

I spent four of the five hours there working on the meeting minutes of the S-L 01/29/07 meeting. Tedious.

At Flex, I played a game of pool with Chris (zinnian), and then two or three games of cut throat with him and Bryan.

I talked for a while to a guy named Michael, who's somewhat new in town, lives in Smithfield, and is in a relationship that is at a crossroads.

After hearing lots and lots of things about his partner, he showed up. I stood around long enough to be introduced to him, and then went over to practice some pool.

During my second game, Curt came up and asked if I wanted to play against him instead of just playing with myself. No comment.

I gave the game to him on the last shot by scratching on the eight-ball.
Tags: bar talk, coffee shops

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