Monthly Archives: May 2004

The Cereal Gauntlet

One of my most vivid memories from my childhood is visiting my grandparents back when my uncle Tom was still in high school and living at home. To my eyes as a young child, Tom was terrifying – a huge, … Continue reading

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Plan B

I came in to work today all excited about my blog entry. I had a funny idea picked out, based on a popcorn-related mishap at work yesterday, but when I checked out Adam’s blog this morning, I see that he … Continue reading

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Junior High Sadists

Is there anything more cruel and sadistic than junior high swimming class? “Well children, I know that your young bodies are developing and growing in new areas, and that your physical development has reached its most awkward and horrific stage. … Continue reading

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Musical Preference Decoder

I hate being asked the question, “What kind of music do you listen to?” It’s one of those impossible situations where you’re asked to describe something that’s probably impossible to summarize in a single sentance, knowing full well that the … Continue reading

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Not Quite Sass

The sports world is abuzz with Triple Crown fever! The young colt Smarty Jones has blown away the competition in the first two stages of the Triple Crown, and now only the final stage – the Belmont Stakes – stands … Continue reading

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The Awkward Belligerant Question

Every now and again, I like to use The John Larroquette Project to document incredibly awkward moments in my life, today I’d like to talk about the Awkward Belligerent Question. This is a rare sort of awkward moment, brought on … Continue reading

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