Sunday, May 24, 2009

Godzilla Against Lola

The movie I checked out last week were due today, but the library was kind enough to give me a new stack. Trying to decide whether to watch Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla or Run Lola Run.

By the way, has anyone noticed that I've written something about the library almost everyday for the past week, but I still haven't picked up where I left off with my library thoughts from last week? My blog is awesome.

Oh, and when I was walking back to my apartment today, a goose started walking toward me and hissing threateningly. It was weird.

Also, I bout a bike tire tube yesterday with the following warning printed on the label: "WARNING: Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not induce vomiting. Keep out of reach of children."

So there you go, blog audience. Blogdience. A personal anecdote and a some wacky packaging. I am the greastest blogger in the world.

PS: I'm mad because I spent too much of my weekend, that time when I don't go to my video game testing job, playing a stupid computer game, and when I got to the end, the game crashed. It's like doing a puzzle where the last piece is missing - I know I'm not really missing anything, but come on.


Anonymous said...

FYI, the bike tube warning makes sense. I wish I would have read it before a mistake was made.

Jake said...

For your sake, I hope you consulted a physician and didn't induce vomiting.

Anonymous said...

Again, thanks for the advice. Unfortunately too late.

Another word of advice, don't inflate after swallowing. It's painful both swallowing the air hose and having the tube expand.

Jake said...

In that case, I hope there's still time for you to make use of an old trick. If ever you have an inflated bike tire in you, simply pop it by swallowing broken beer bottles or a nail.

Anonymous said...

A nail is the best choice.

On the remote chance I would again swallow a tube, I was proactive. I broke a beer bottle and put the glass in my pocket. Unfortunately I cut my leg pretty bad. Now I wish I had a tube to use as a tourniquet. As I remembered your advice about not inducing vomiting after swallowing a tube, I soon found myself out of luck.

I'll call this a lesson learned. From now on I'll carry a nail in my pocket.