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The Daily SlackerThe Daily Slacker

The Slack is Back!

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

So after doing some hardcore slacking on the beautiful beaches, bars clubs in Puerto Rico it's back to the normal life. Sitting at work, seeing all the snow outside it makes me wonder one thing: How the hell can people in Puerto Rico work?
 
It must be sad to be so used to having those great beaches and great weather around and not caring. Chicken Paul's mom said she hadn't been to the beach in probably 15 years. They live 3 blocks away. Sad. Maybe it's just one of those "you don't know how good you had it till it's gone" type of a thing. I don't know how they do it, but if I lived there, I would definitely have to find a job that involved sitting on the beach drinking beer. I have to come up with a good pitch for Medalla (the local Puerto Rican beer) and get them to hire me as a beach promoter or something :O)
 
Anyway, I'll have to have another post about living in a place where you actually experience all the seasons, definitely could be a good one. Now I just want to give you all a good Monday hello. Hope you're doing well! I'm working on getting the pictures uploaded, I owe a bunch from Xmas and new years! I tried to this weekend but ended up getting sucked into The World of Warcraft. You'll all be glad to know Thuglas, my Dwarf Warrior (Deathwing Server), gained 5 levels (now 20) this weekend. heh.
 
Anyway, look forward to some pictures, and posts like normal this weekend. Also, keep an eye peeled, I'm working on a t-shirt concept and I want to know if any of you would be interested in them :O)
 
Later all, keep slackin!

posted by Chief Slacker @ 6:21 AM,




10 Comments:

At Tue Jan 10, 07:24:00 AM, Blogger Pieces of Me said...

Hey you..
Glad to have you back!! I would be afraid to live somewhere so beautiful because I know i wouldnt want to do anything but sit on the beach and drink beer...hehe! Anyways I hope you will post some pics up soon!! Talk to you soon..mwah!

 
At Tue Jan 10, 01:56:00 PM, Blogger The Other Half said...

oh...i want pics!!!

My New Blog!

 
At Tue Jan 10, 06:14:00 PM, Blogger Nicholas said...

So glad you had a good, syphillus-free time! I dug those audio updates, too. It's sixty degrees over here right now, but the beach is still a little dirty (and ninety miles away).

 
At Tue Jan 10, 06:40:00 PM, Blogger Chief Slacker said...

Pieces - hehe, judgine by yout TMs, that's all you do now sans the beach! :O) I;ll try and get the p[ics up soon. Later :O)

Miss Tude - You'll get em! And you moved AGAIN??? jeez girl! hehe

Nicholas - Glad to hear that people actually listened to them! hardly anyone commented. hehe And 60 sounds pretty dang good. Heck it was 40 here today and everyone was talking baout how warm it was heh.

 
At Wed Jan 11, 12:06:00 AM, Blogger Marie said...

Excellent! It's good to see you back, Chief. And I look forward to seeing many of those incriminating photos. ;)

 
At Wed Jan 11, 06:27:00 AM, Blogger Kira said...

World of Warcraft sucks out souls and leaves empty husks who are addicted to the computer for hours on end. Be careful ;)

When my parents visited Hawaii years back, they kept remarking on the perfect weather every single day of the trip. They saw a bumper sticker there that said, "Another shitty day in paradise," and that cracked them up. I imagine anything one gets to experience daily is eventually taken for granted if the effort is not put in there to appreciate it.

 
At Wed Jan 11, 08:39:00 AM, Blogger Pieces of Me said...

Hey now no need to hate on my excesive drinking habits...I do not have a problem and I am not in denial LMAO!! And I hope you noticed who listened and commented on your audio post..mmmhmm...mwah!

 
At Wed Jan 11, 10:10:00 AM, Blogger Kellie said...

welcome back!

I am still jealous of your vaca!

 
At Wed Jan 11, 03:36:00 PM, Blogger rob said...

Hey Chief, glad to hear you made it back safely, and I can't wait to check out the pics.

 
At Wed Jan 11, 03:43:00 PM, Anonymous delmer said...

We used to go to one of the state parks on a regular basis -- until we moved to within 5 miles of it ... then we never went.

Still, if I lived near the ocean, I think I'd go all the time. (Easy enough for me to say.)

 

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