totally going to the doctor tomorrow morning

poohxbi’s been super sweet lately.

a little too sweet if you ask me.

my insurance at the academy doesnt kick in until next month but this morning there was a knock at the door

it was the guinness book of worlds records with a camera and balloons and a midget throwing confetti

and a guy on stilts dressed as uncle sam and a mule smoking a cigar.

apparently i had broken the record for the man with the highest blood pressure in america without totally dying.

xbi was all, dude

i was like, hey can i please just enjoy my award FOR ONE DAY!?

but they were persistent and said that they’d pay.

“what if your insides are all rotted out and you dont even know” they asked me.

i have no idea why my pressure is so high. my jobs fantastic. women are throwing themselves at me.

and my new car is so fuel efficient it has been zipping around town solely on good vibes.

the biggest stress of my life right now is waiting for my extra large avocados to ripen.

i havent seen my doctor in forever. his secretary calls me anthony. im all fine as you is you can call me anything you want, but tony is what i prefer.

i dont think shes ever called me tony.

she might hate me now that i think of it.

why would she hate me?

he had this other nurse, she didnt hate me. but i havent seen her in years.

anyways, totally seeing the doctor tomorrow.

but if guinness thinks im returning that mule, they cray.

today is paul olund’s birthday, he’s 24

paul olund

every successful operation has a secret weapon (or two)

there are many at the LA Times, but one of the most critical is paul

he subsists on Rock Star beverages and kleenex

he can handle stress of all sorts and has a long To Do list which he often to dos.

he is very quiet but if you piss him off he wont return your phone calls over the weekend, sean.

on this day when everyone else is celebrating Lucy Lui’s birthday, Paul reminds us about the real angels

i raise a toast to him, actual toast because it’s morning time.

happy birthday Paul!


took a nice girl to see the hunger games part two yesterday in glendale

in n out

but first we went to in n out because im a high roller.

and she noticed something sort of interesting.

the place was packed. standing room only. and she looked around and said

there are probably 100 people in here and only 4 white people.

i looked up from my delicious cheeseburger and said actually those two over there are hispanic

she said where. i said there. she said no theyre white. i said no theyre really light skinned.

and as we left we walked past and yep, hispanic.

people say that things are changing. when some say it they dont mean it for the better.

personally i love diversity. and it made me love glendale that much more than normal.