Vital Statistics

I’ve been noticing more and more that people are disobeying the “No Smoking” signs on the Max platforms. I haven’t said anything to anyone in awhile, but last night I disembarked from the Red Line train at Gateway and found two TriMet employees standing on the platform smoking and talking. What the hell?

Bike odometer: 6095 miles
Current reading: Forgotten Promise by Gretchen Von Loewe Kreuter, Smoke and Guns by Kirsten Baldock and Fabio Moon
Recent listening: The Ghost of Tom Joad by Bruce Springsteen, The Caution Horses by Cowboy Junkies, The Score by The Fugees, Rainy Day Music by The Jayhawks
Recent viewing:The Colbert Report, Sportscenter, Medium, CSI: Miami, Lakers at Suns, Bulls at Heat
Recent playing: Poker Room
Recently Accomplished: Mowed the lawn (front and back, very short), turned the compost, ordered new pedals for bike
Imperative To Do: Bike repairs, get watch fixed
Cool link: What does Critical Mass mean to you?

4 Replies to “Vital Statistics”

  1. Hey Mick, So what do you think of Smoke and Guns. I haven’t been able to get it yet but I’m pretty proud of her. I saw some pretty interesting reviews that she had forwarded to Dee. Hope things are going good, sorry about the smokers 🙂 Have a good one. See ya

  2. KS:
    I haven’t actually started on S&G but it’s sitting on my desk at work. Many of my co-workers are obsessed with it though, probably because of the scantily clad grrrl on the front cover.


    PS-I got mine on for a pretty reasonable price. You might check that out (link is above in the blog).

  3. Also, KS (and everybody else), if you put in your email address for comments, I’ll add you to the list of “pre-approved” commenters so your comments show up immediately. Your email address won’t show up on the page and won’t be used for nefarious purposes. 🙂

  4. Thanks for the link Mick, I’ll check it out. Also thanks for the hint on the e-mail address. Have a good weekend. Tell the fam I said hi!

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