Freak Fest 2006
Has Market Days always been such a disgusting freak fest? I didn't go last year but I would have sworn in years past it was somewhat enjoyable. I went this Saturday and I was so grossed out by the swarm of scary and grotesque people I had to leave after only an hour. It's quite alarming, but I think many people in this city have forgotten how to properly groom themselves. Yuck. It was like a bad night at Charlie's, but during the day with 100 times more people. It was truly frightening.
Anyhoo, I did enjoy myself at night. I went out with JLDB. It was fun...nothing too spectacular happened except that I saw my Oraganic Chemistry professor! I knew he was gay! I am sure I blogged about how much I struggled in that class. I suspected he was a homo but since I hated him and his class so much and I didn't really spend too much time thinking about it. If only I had known this last year! I could have sucked his dick for an A! What a missed oportunity. he was kinda cute too. I think he may have been Indian because of his accent although he had a very non-Indian sounding last name. Oh well, if I ever see him out again I am going to be sure to let him know his class was fucking bullshit!lol
I went out again on Sunday. I even dared to go to Circuit and was pleasantly surprised to see it wasn't as Nacolicious as it usually is. Thank god! There's nothing worse than paying the $8 cover only to endure two hours of non-stop rancheras or regaeton.
I never made it to the beach. The weather forecast lied and it was really cloudy the whole weekend! Boo!
I did take advantage of my Best Buy gift certificate and went cd shopping! I love going cd shopping and finding a "surprise" release that I didn't know was in stores.
I had no idea this hits collection had been released! Wow, can we say a blast from the past???? I have all of their albums and I always thought they deserved a proper hits collection (despite the fact some people may wrongly accuse them of being one hit wonders). I wish quality compilations came out like this one more often. There are almost 20 tracks with all of their singles, a few random album tracks and some rare b-sides! Woo hoo! Songs like "Jumper" and "Deep Inside Of You" really take me back to my college days in Moo-Town.