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Ensigo
31 July 2009 @ 08:15 am
..There's a Starbucks in Kuwait. It's right next to the KFC and a bit of a hike from the Taco Bell.

..For fuck's sake, America - this is what's wrong with us!

Whatever. I'll buy into it. Just turn the power in my fucking tent back on.
 
 
Current Mood: In the dark.
Current Music: Matisyahu / "Got No Water"
 
 
Ensigo
25 July 2009 @ 08:12 pm
Yay?  
Well, we made it to Kuwait. It's not so horrible. The high yesterday was around 111, the low at 97. Sounds bad, but it's really not that horrible. Anyhow, the moral of the story is that I can post shite on the intrarwebs along with email-ness. I can't text and have limited call-ability. We'll see how things go when we actually hit the operation area. I might not have service for shit there. :P
 
 
Ensigo
21 July 2009 @ 08:18 pm
Well. I leave for the "Over Thar" tomorrow. It'll be interesting. Lots of sand. Eh. It should be a year-long tour. It may be a while before I can post again. Blah, blah. I have a headache. And I'm damn tired.
 
 
Ensigo
12 June 2009 @ 10:49 pm
Well, I'm in Merritt Island. Here's a highlight breakdown from the drive (Washington - Florida):

Day 1: Underskirt of bumper literally fell off the right side of car and dragged for a mile or two. Ghetto rigged it with shoe lace - 'cause I kick ass like that.

Day 2: Wyoming actually exists in a perpetual scenery loop that forces you to watch the same fucking hill go by for around 200 miles. Eventually you find a McDonald's and a Motel 6 to let you know that God has stopped hating you.

Day 3: Spent some time with a friend in Colorado. Did a lot of drinking. Discovered that breathing is impossible.

Day 4: Was still rather drunk. Saw Land of the Lost. Passed out in friend's sister's bed.

Day 5: Found a neat looking pine cone. Kept it. Otherwise uneventful. Drove.

Day 6:  Louisiana is spooky. Mississippi is strange.

Day 7: Got cut off by a milk truck. Threw neat looking pine cone at milk truck. Truck driver did not notice. Home.

The moral of the story is.. Fuck driving America.
 
 
Current Location: Home
Current Music: Silence
 
 
Ensigo
03 June 2009 @ 03:03 pm
Describe your dream house (even if it's not a house).
Flying submarine hovering above the outskirts of Australia's Outback. I want to spend the rest of my life battling giant alien spiders and eating cold spaghettios in an airborne yellow submersible. I HAS WIN!
 
 
 
Ensigo
19 May 2009 @ 09:05 pm
I'M NOT COMPLETELY DEAD YET.

Just.. Mostly. But, then again, that's been the issue for quite some time.

So, an update; I'll be heading to Florida around the beginning of June in an attempt reunite with peoples from the Motherland prior to shipping off for Afraqistan. It's  my last trip home before a deployment which will theoretically last a year - though, longer is a distinct possibility. Yay.

Anyone up for an adventure or two?
 
 
Current Music: KMFDM / "People of the Lie"
 
 
Ensigo
30 March 2009 @ 12:23 pm
Oreo > World.
 
 
Ensigo
28 March 2009 @ 10:10 am
Last night was a precise replica of last Friday night; in particular, the whole waking up at 8:00 on only 4 hours  of sleep spiel.

Oh well.
 
 
Current Music: Combichrist / "All Pain is Gone"
 
 
Ensigo
21 March 2009 @ 09:58 am
And now for something entirely random. Yesterday, I woke up at around 3:00 AM for work - which is not at all anything out of the ordinary, considering it is the military - and spent the entire day feeling relatively good about life, the Universe, and everything despite the best efforts of the idiots around me. Last night, a friend and I went to an electronic / hip hop club in Seattle - which was a great time, aside from the fact that we didn't get back until around 3 in the morning.. Seattle is one hell of a  drive. Anyhow, I finally managed to pass out at 4:00 AM. I woke up this morning at 8:00 AM and, not thinking anything of it, got up, went to the gym, and meandered through the motions of my usual routine. Nothing special. Came back, consumed protein slop, and suddenly realized that I'm only running off of 4 hours of sleep. Haa.

The moral of this story is that when Jurassic Park becomes a reality, Indiana Jones is the only man who can possibly save us all.
 
 
Current Music: A fucking seagul that won't shut the hell up.
 
 
Ensigo
06 March 2009 @ 03:04 pm
And so, the beginning of another epic weekend. My aspirations include:

1. Romping about in a kilt tonight, overdosing on caffeine, and watching The Watchmen.

2. Spending Saturday sitting on a patio in a lawn chair in the snow listening to angry rastafarian music and drinking myself into an unholy stupor.

3. Exercising my dominance over the All by eradicating the entirety of humanity and replacing it with talking pickle-people on Sunday.

Oh yes. I rock.
 
 
Current Music: KMFDM / "Stars and Stripes"