so i was having a dream about meeting a woman in the south of France. there was laughter and sex and plenty of smoke, and just when the dream was going to another stage, i woke up. i looked at my right index finger and it was covered in blood. i got a tissue and put on my glasses. i then realized i had a nosebleed. as i was pinching and leaning my head back, the thought also crossed my mind that i pick my nose when i'm asleep. i believe that's one of the things you realize right before they put you in the institution. as in mental.
keep in mind that this was roughly around 6 am. i got to bed around 3 or so. fucking fun.
the Yankees offense overcame CC's inconsistent pitching (AGAIN) and won 8-5. hopefully they can get a great streak going at home in these next 9 games and really make up some ground quickly in the playoff chase. they play this afternoon.
also, this afternoon i'll be watching the college football team i've rooted for since my days in diapers, Ohio State. hopefully they destroy Buffalo quickly so i can get to other things.
plenty of soccer in Europe to watch today. i'll be flipping around between that and some more college football.
and if i'm somehow still alive this evening and not in a coma, another episode of ROH is on tap.
i did watch a good portion of Smackdown last night. i'm really enjoying this angle with Daniel Bryan, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, and The Big Show as long as the payoff is some great wrestling and Daniel Bryan winning the title back. if this turns into just another massive HHH ego stroke, i'll be bitterly disappointed.
hopefully i'll have some ideas for poems come to me between victory beers today.
Manchester United plays Liverpool tomorrow morning. needless to say that result will go a long way to my weekend being good or absolutely shitty.
hope this finds everyone well, drunk, not hungover, not asking for help from the porcelain gods.
Barenaked Ladies - Rock Spectacle
Futurebirds - Exhume
"There are many ways of going forward, but only one way of standing still." - Franklin D. Roosevelt