Licensed to “I Don’t Give a Shit”

Punch Drunk Village

Bette DavisI’m turning OLD this year. But I’m taking it all quite well, really. There are benefits to aging of course. Social benefits, for example. And one in particular I find quite tantalizing.

Since I’ve always been a tad socially-reckless — over-sharing, stirring the pot, making listeners squirm — what I’m most looking forward to with turning old is my newfound license to I-Don’t-Give-A-Shit (IDGAS). Surely you are already aware there is an entire fleet of IDGAS behaviors that growing old affords, whether it’s IDGAS driving, IDGAS dressing (or undressing), IDGAS civic involvement, IDGAS bodily functions and so forth. For now let’s focus on the latter, specifically the kind that derives from one’s mouth.

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Tour de France 2015: Stage 15 – Mende to Valence

Maxine Dodd: Racing lines

Bonjour! Stage 15 pressed on through the stunning scenery beside the rivers Ardèche and Rhone towards the Alps. The conditions were hot with the Tramontane wind’s influence. In spite of the hills and climbs, there was a chance for the sprinters on the flat at the finish – really the last before Paris, so there was much to chase for the key riders. Team Katusha looked strong in the earlier part of the stage, Team Sky continued to hold their position, but the excitement came at the close, where four sprinters charged for the line. Another great performance from Andre Greipel who took the win, although the Green Jersey remained with Peter Sagan. Here are my drawings:

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Still waiting…

My apologies for being so in active lately! It’s quite difficult to blog on my iPod.

What’s happened so far during your summer vacation Tesu?

Nothing happened really, except the fact that gay marriage has been legalized nation-wide, do you know what that means? It means adoptions at orphanages will go higher! I am very happy that it happened, you should be too for those orphans who need a dad and another dad, or some may have more than one mom. Then who’d care if it’s ‘wrong’ Obama made a history-making decision that may inspire many to support gay rights.

To explain the blog post title ‘Still Waiting..’ Is because I’m waiting for my brand new laptop that’s NOT a chromebook. I’m guessing why my parents bought me this Google Brick, is may be one of my older siblings who likes to download malicious software (AKA Computer viruses and other malware) from their Steam, I know it’s just some social thing for gamers (that’s just think what it is, I don’t even use Steam on any machine. Ever.) it sorta like its their goal to see if they can clog up the hardrive just to see if they can get a world record for being the most destructive computer user everrrrrrrrrr. Now I just wonder if I can request the Apple INC. to see if they can change they product name IPod to CrabApple and called the green ones Granny Smiths.

To continue on with this rambling, why did I forget that I needed to mention that I now have Shantae; the original game boy color on my 3Ds. I still had a little money left in my balance, I was pretty glad I was still able to buy at least two games I ended up loving, that Shantae and Colors 3D. Colors 3D is basically a computer art program like sketchbook pro or Paint tool Sai, krista-to-go of some sort.

The Shantae game was like I never played before. It has really nice graphics for its game boy time. A great side scroller! It’s about a half-genie hero; obviously she has the same name as the title, Shantae. I like how the way she can those belly dancing moves, it makes me smile and giggle, but I find it really, really.. Hard, probably it’s just something I’m not used to.