Friday, August 31, 2007

I'm a traveling mad man!

I am off to Albany, NY tonight! The trip won't be nearly as exciting as Houston, I'm sure, but I'll take some pictures if I have any adventures and post them when I get back. It'll most likely be a quiet trip, though. Everyone have nice long good weekend, except for the European readers.

Note: It's not that I don't want our European friends to not have a good, long weekend, it's just that Monday isn't a holiday for you. You could always take it off, though. What do the French do with their days off? Do you put on your best beret, buy a big loaf of bread and pack of cigarettes, then go to a nice sidewalk cafe and sit around sipping espresso, while complaining about the damn Americans? That's what I imagine happens. Stereotyping is fun! Give it a try! I know we occasionally have British readers, so what does a Brit do with their days off? Do they get up at noon go down to the local pub and have a few pints while watching football, yelling at the tv, punching opposing team's fans, and singing drinking songs, all the while complaining about the damn Americans? Hmmmm, what other readers can I alienate? I'll have to think about it. In the meantime, feel free to post some more fun stereotypes in the comments!


Anonymous said...

Europeans go to Ikea with their day off.

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