That is all I have to say about that.
As for my weekend activities, I actually kept it pretty low key. Nothing special really happened other than playing some games, drinking a lot, and going to DHOP. I did stop by Fall-Fest the other night and it sucked. Total buzz kill. I went through the usually motions of casual drinking during the football games on Saturday and Sunday, which is always very enjoyable. Although I saved my best drinks for tonight's Patriots game. I do have to add that UNH and Michigan both won this weekend and Ohio State lost at home, so that was pretty excellent.
I am still undecided on that whole party invitation situation. It may be less of a which hunt and more of a stalking situation after seeing some comments left here and on my twitter account. I'm not really sure if I should be honored that people enjoy the blog, or scared.
Also, this post that you are reading is the 98th of my blog. Keep your pants on though because due to some unseen technical difficulties and bad timing, my 100th post spectacular might have to be delayed a few days. I will try my best to have it ready for Wednesday, when the 100th post will be published but I can't guarantee the epicness will be on time. So it may end up being my epic 103rd post or so, depending on my tech savvy abilities. I apologize, but hopefully it will be worth the extra time and effort.
Also, keep an eye out for my debut column in tomorrow's issue of The New Hampshire. I am very excited about this new opportunity and I hope you all enjoy it.
Today's embedded media of the day, isn't a song, but rather a highly commical youtube video from the guys from the Uhh Yeah Dude Podcast. This is a quick segment in which Seth (who you may recognize from TV commercials for Subway, Nascar and Levi) reads off actual Craigslist ad's to Jonathan (son of actor Jon Larroquette.) If you enjoy the video check out their weekly podcast on itunes for free. This video may be offensive to some readers, but if you can handle my blog, you can probably handle this:
Stay classy, Not UMassy.