October 22, 2004

victory is mine

Thursday, October 21st 2004 is a day that shall live forever in the hearts and minds of each and every occupant of the 4th apartment at 830 Boysen Ave; On this day, after exactly eighteen thousand, four hundred and sixty nine games, Joel LOST a game of foosball for the first time since joining into a rental agreement with his roommate, one Mr. “I Rule Joel Like A Small European Country” Wagner. This will more than likely result in a series of such victories in the near future. The floodgates are open, and Joel’s going to have to hide a lot further away then across the hall to escape the talent that flares upward from my body like flames from a phoenix.

The game in question was an impressive showing on my part. After absolutely, criminally embarrassing Joel for a good portion of the game, the score stood at nine to five, I needed only one point to end his very life. At this point Joel staged a heroic, but pointless, rally that ran the score all the way up to 13-12, when I finally put an end to his misery by establishing the necessary two point lead to declare a victory in my name.

Some will claim Joel was having an “off game,” that his “shoulder hurt,” or that he “went temporarily blind.” These people should be viewed exactly as they are: Fascist Nazis trying to crush one red-headed man’s unbounded joy at having so heartily beaten one of the most arrogant, puppy hating demons to have ever played the game.

Joel could not be reached for comment.


  1. ah hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah (breath…) hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

    Comment by nicole — October 22, 2004 @ 9:28 pm

  2. It was the goddamn puppies! They created an aura of joy in the world, too great for my demonic foosball powers to manifest themselves! Next time, Gadget!

    Comment by Joel — October 22, 2004 @ 10:22 pm

  3. Joel sucks at foosball! I’ve never laughed so hard in my life! ;)

    Comment by red0x — October 25, 2004 @ 10:32 pm

  4. oh, and his middle name is Thomas :)

    Comment by anonymous — October 25, 2004 @ 10:33 pm

  5. Not a decision I had any hand in, and cetinraly not one I’d defend.My actual opinions about BAM are , if you’re interested. But I’m guessing you’re just trollin’.

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  7. WHALAO!! You all so many people bully one Eframe ar. Now people pity him leh. Wait he say u guys attack him. Sue Rockson’s horse till death penalty then u all happy :P

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  8. Egecim, tabiki yaş çok önemli faktör. Boy ile kilo orantılı ise sorun yok sayılır. Biraz spor eklersen hayatına sorun kalmaz. Yeşil çay daha çok kilo kontrolu için kullanışlı. Toksin ve ödem sorunları için uygun senin yaşın itibariyle öyle sorunların olduğunu düşünmüyorum.

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  9. Super ! je connais aussi Delphine, ce sont plein d’idées déco pas chères à réaliser et souvent avec une touche nature qui me plait bien (écorce, bois) Je suis d’ailleurs abonnée, et je découvre aussi ton blog, donc je m’y abonne aussi !Excellente journée !

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  11. Prudes? Marriage is a common and age old tradition. Or at least it should be.. But too many people try to go against the grain, instead of committing to an institution. This is, once again, an open forum in a free country where we can discuss anything under the sun.

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  12. Ugg tummy time… don’t miss those days!! We rarely did it but did other exercises with Alidia to help her torticollis early on. She is fine now! Nice that one of you always lays down with her to keep her company. I am sure that helps. Cute photo!!

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  13. Fair question. A little painful for me to see a local, Massachusetts man go. He may go from being most the most familiar, near-neighbor from “Wistah!”; to the most foreign, “Gaikoku no kata.” (I think “Gaijin” has become pejorative in Japan.)

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