Monday, December 31, 2007

Chris Bosh FTW!!!

by chinwhat at 8:35 AM

Thursday, December 27, 2007

The Family That Rocks Together, Stays Together

by chinwhat at 2:28 PM

Christmas Eve was family day at my house and I decided to bring over my copy of RockBand for everyone to try out. I figured that some people would like to play, but I didn't count on it getting so much burn! From the arrival of the first guests, to the end of cleaning, there was always a group of people cleaning. From older aunts and uncles to the too young to read, everyone enjoyed rocking out with RockBand.

Based on one of my uncle's musical tastes (the one who gave me 90% of my vinyl) I assumed he would enjoy it the most... I didn't think he'd get snobby on it though "there's not enough classic rock!" ... he wound up playing over an hour's worth... with his wife singing.

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Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Home Sweet Home... brrrr

by chinwhat at 11:38 AM
Christmas Eve/Christmas i stayed the night at home. it was the first time i slept in my old bed since moving out. I woke up several times due to coldness. "Damn!" I thought to myself, "when did i get so soft?!" My current residences is a sauna compared to what I tried to sleep through on Christmas night!!

Sunday, December 23, 2007

Final Push

by chinwhat at 11:03 PM
In less than a week, the 2nd Annual Team Indecision Awards Gala will be held. Will the biggest award from last year "Blog of the Year" be as big this year? Who knows. At any rate, I expect everyone's blogs to start churning out quality posts.

For example, with this post I'm guaranteed to earn at least one vote. That one coming from Al. The picture below has everything Al loves in it. A super hot Jessica Alba. A pug. And an Apple product. Sure you can't *see* an iPod or whatever, but just trust me, she has it up her vagina (or rectum, if you're into that sort of thing...)

Saturday, December 22, 2007

Chin ver.29

by chinwhat at 8:33 AM
First off, this "drink Gatorade and you'll be fine" is 100% bullshit. I drank 710mL FruitPunch Gatorade and my head is fucking bumpin' right now!


It's pretty fucking early and i had to take my post drunk pooh which is always something i don't look forward to. Anyways, I had a good time yesterday from top to bottom. >licks freshly cleaned teeth and struts around in gear from RW&Co which has been reduced by 25% thanks to bornday privilege< Lots of birthday wishes (thanks everyone!) on Facebook and at work. It's funny when people find out how old i actually am. "Damn, you're *that* old??!!?" (memo to TeamID members: please teach me how you deal w/being as old as you are. since all of you are much older than me, i look forward to your wisdom and guidance)

But yeah, this is probably one of the best birthday i've had. not because i got some nice gifts ('preciate it!) but because pretty much all the people i care about and consider friends remembered and offered their birthday wishes. I don't know why, but i guess i didn't really expect it. (TeamID, does this jaded-ness come w/old age? school me!)

Last night was fun. How many shots did we have? Damn you Shaun for your CB-age! Even on my birthday?! Damn that's cold! What, you think i don't remember??

My sister has a hair appointment today at 12. she was pretty done last night too. she barfed. hahahaha, not sure if she'll make it. >meh< going back to sleep... >yawn<

WAR free quesadillas from
WAR Shaun getting a girl pregnant and naming the baby "Credit" (so it can play with baby Cash) due to holes being poked in his stash of condoms
WAR doing this again next week :D

Monday, December 17, 2007

"Look at him. He loves it!"

by chinwhat at 7:30 AM

Story on Kris Humphries from the Star:

It's difficult to protect players from their bad habits. Yesterday Humphries was complaining about how yet another scrum with the media was keeping him from a more attractive destination: the fast-food joint where he intended to procure a delicacy known as The Baconator before a flight to Indianapolis for a game with the Pacers. The club had laid out the usual healthy post-practice buffet for its players in an effort to keep them from just such a dietary choice, but Humphries said he didn't care for the team-endorsed pork chops.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

"But I was wearing a condom!"

by chinwhat at 9:29 PM


is what my reply will be whenever anyone tells me that JAlba is pregnant.

Autism Pt.2

by chinwhat at 7:00 AM

So i was taking a dump and thinking: "boy, it'd be a great idea to call 'TeamID Skip Day' 'Autism Day'" Then i went online to look for the billboard and hey, there it is! Along with a story.



Eye-stopper:
'Buy a home for autism'

There it is, along a highway in Upstate New York

By Diego Vasquez
Nov 16, 2007

Billboard companies often get a bum rap from all manner of groups complaining about how their signs are despoiling the countryside. But that doesn't make them a heartless lot.

Look no further than I-190 between Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Alongside the road, a billboard owned by Lamar Outdoor Advertising reads: “Buy a home for autism.”

There's a picture of Monica Moshenko and her 14-year-old son Alex, who is autistic. The two are pictured standing in front of their four-bedroom home in Clarence, outside of Buffalo.

It's been a rough couple of years. Moshenko lost her job at the University of Buffalo, where she had worked for 17 years. She hasn't been able to find a new one.

“So we came to the conclusion that we wanted to broaden our horizons, make lemonade out of lemons,” Moshenko tells Media Life

Their plan was to sell the house and buy a bus or RV and embark on a nationwide tour to enlighten people about autism. But the housing market being what it is, they received no offers.

Then they came up with an idea: advertise.

Moshenko called Lamar Outdoor Advertising. “I left a message, and then a wonderful young girl came to our house,” Moshenko says. “She said, ‘I’m going to do whatever I can to help you guys.’”

She meant it. Lamar agreed to let the family put up a sign for a month, waving the cost, about $4,000. Moshenko’s other son Nick designed the ad, and up it went in late October.

So far, no buyer has come forth, and that's left Moshenko a bit discouraged, but she has hope, with a week still to go before her ad is due to come down.

Since losing her job, Moshenko has devoted her time to “Disability News & Views,” a radio show she began at a local radio station before moving it online to DisabilityNewsRadio.com. The show focuses on various disability issues and has had featured big-name guests such as Jenny McCarthy, Henry Winkler and the most recent winner of NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”


Its pretty heart warming i guess... It'd be nice if someone bought that house. If i win the jackpot in the lottery, i'd buy it. then i'd put up another sign saying that i "Bought the House for Autism" or something. yeah!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Hypothetically speaking…

by chinwhat at 10:56 PM
If I was to have skipped work today, it’d be epic. How epic? So epic that I nominate that every second Wednesday in December be The Official TeamID Skip Day. Reasons:

* Sunny ass weather!

* Cathy being unable to hear that her and Al’s room in their uncle’s place is too small to fornicate in.

* Not buying Shaun his presents. Righteously speaking, he has no business buying a certain someone a gift. One for his 'life partner'? Yes. One for his sister/John's gf? Yes. But not for that 'other' woman. >puts foot down<

* Picture this: a highway side billboard of a boy in front of a house. The caption says “Buy a House for Autism” A marketing campaign to raise some cash. Instead, Cathy mistakes it for “I thought the boy’s name was ‘Autism’” >insert hilarious laughter here<

* ROCK

* BAND

* Times three. Yup, we actually scored three copies of Rockband! In fact, BestBuy at Walden Gallaria had a whole pile of them! In honor of punkage, we decided to name our band "Autism?" Hahahhaa!

GREATEST. SKIP DAY. EVAR!!!


Aaaaannnndddd....

by chinwhat at 10:13 AM
...this is the perfect way to start your day off work thanks to skipping: with a free trial pack of Nabob Organic Coffee. Mmmmm, medium roast! And i don't even drink coffee!

Work is for suckas!


Sunday, December 02, 2007

40 Days & 40 Nights... of rice...

by chinwhat at 6:39 PM
Its no secret that I *love* Osmow's food. I mean, shit is so good. And I'm not complaining, but what am i supposed to do with all this rice left over from Saturday other than make fried rice??! (btw, Happy Birthday ChrisAl) Eating the sandwiches is one thing, but look at all this rice. Its like that time Shaun brought over the fried rice that one year, except i have to work on this solo. 'what to do with leftover rice' recipes, here i come!