Random thoughts I decide to blog about.
... But I caught Latios in a regular Poke Ball. I soft resetted until I got a timid one, and had a few catches in Poke/ Great Balls.
The final catch was literally in the last Poke Ball, too, and I never even threw an Ultra Ball that time.
In other news, I can't pry my eyes off CNN's election coverage. Of course, the Democrat always wins NJ.
It's Saturday, and my mom's been without power since Monday when Sandy hit. She called me this morning and said she's been email volleying with the mayor of our town about when the power company is coming and that the southern section of town has been ignored. The big retail corridor was more important.
NJ is also implementing gas rationing in 12 counties in the northern and central parts of the state. Odd numbered license plates have to get gas on odd numbered days and even numbers
1. State your name:
2. State the name that your parents almost named you:
3. Which of your relatives do you get along with the most?
4. What was your first job?
Cashier at a fast food restaurant
6. Did anything embarassing happen this week?
I forgot to bring some notes to a meeting with my academic advisor
7. Do you miss your ex?
Ex? I don't have one.
Do you eat?
Do you breathe air?
I'm a terrestrial mammal, not a fish.
How much air do you usually breathe?
What's the capacity of a human lung?
Have you ever walked outside?
I did that today, in the wet, chilly aftermath of a hurricane.
Have you ever made a spelling mistake?
Have you ever been to the moon?
No, but my first grade class wrote to the late, great Neil
My mother has a vacation house on Long Beach Island on the Jersey Shore. The island flooded starting last night. Because the house isn't on stilts and only a 3 foot tall concrete base, it isn't looking too good. Atlantic City and Seaside, heck, the rest of the Shore, aren't in great shape either. Lower Manhattan, Connecticut, and Long Island are pretty bas too.
Right now I'm at my grad school house in inland South Jersey. The wind is blowing hard! I had a hard time taking a walk down