Jun 18, 2001I was up late last night / early this morning putzing around on the internet when I discoverd that Audiogalaxy is located right across the bridge from me on W 6th Street. I sent them my resume. What a sweet job that would be.
I took a belief-o-matic test. This is what it told me I'd be a good match with:
1. Liberal Protestant (100%)
2. Unitarian Universalism (97%)
3. Liberal Quaker (95%)
4. New Age (87%)
5. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (86%)
6. Mahayana Buddhism (81%)
7. Neo-Paganism (78%)
8. New Thought (74%)
9. Taoism (72%)
10. Theravada Buddhism (68%)
The Unitarian Universalism doesn't look too bad. If I had to pick one.
I think the site is kinda bent towards Christianity. It's got Jesus banner ads all over the place.
News flash! I'd like you all to know that I have found Jesus.
I just got my airline tickets for priceline. I'm leaving Austin July 10 and returning July 25. That should leave plenty of time for mumsy, dadsy, and all the friendsies.
I miss them all so.
I chilled at Ruta Maya this afternoon. The weather was perfect. Not too cool, windy, or too hot. Juuust right. When I got there the place was empty. I got a coffee and read the newspaper and got some thinking done. I met a day labor leader named Pedro. We sat and talked about the weather and women and politics and the economy and family. We watched women in summer dresses walk by. It was one of those magical Ruta Maya afternoons.
I came home, diddled off for a while, then headed over to Gabby n Mo's for Becky's going away party. Tim was there, and Amy and her husband showed up too. It was great to see them all again. I guess the economy is picking back up if Kazan is any indicator, which I think it is. Becky played with her band Napolean Blownapart. It was great to hear the songs live. I had listened to them so many times on MP3. I met her girlfriend Amee and a bunch of other people. I saw Sherida and Jack too. I hadn't seen them in ages. Gabbys rocks. Remind me to go there more often. I helped Becky load up her truck with musical gear and said my goodbyes.
As I was saying my goodbyes I got a call from Karyn. She had almost been in a horrible car wreck. She witnessed a head-on accident involving a sedan and a Suburban. A woman had her legs pinned to the seat by the steering column. The police questioned Karyn. She was all shook up. So I drove over there and downed a bunch of Amaretto and watched "Run Lola Run" with her and talked about her boy problems. I give it one and a half thumbs up. I crashed over there (no pun intended).
I slept with her cat Max. What a cutie. Zzzz..