mordicai caeli (mordicai) wrote,
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Umberhulk Roll.

First off, Friday. Thanks to the miracle invention of Summer Fridays, I get to leave early; I also borrowed the intern this week so I left the office with a clean sweep. A metaphorical sweep, I mean; I didn't make her clean or anything, but I actually got her to do a couple of big projects that needed to be done, but were big enough & low priority enough that they were at the bottom of the list. She got to learn a thing or two & I got a couple of swords of Damocles out from overhead. Terra had been sick on Wednesday so we decided to take it relatively easy. There is supposed to be a new lobster shack around where we work, but we can't seem to find it-- the first time we went looking for it we got lost in Earth-2, where they have agribanks (a combination grocery store & bank) & all the cars are very military influenced (like the jeep or the hummer, but magnified) & there is a huge mysterious bronze skyscraper-- & this time was no different, though I did preface our search with the fact that I still wasn't sure where it is. All I have is rumors & hearsay! Failing that, we thought maybe Eataly? But that place was a madhouse, so we ended up at Sagaponack, so I could at least get a lobster roll. Then we headed over to meet up with Brian & Matt & got caught in a thunderstorm along the way. It was pretty wet, I will confess! We made it to Crocodile Lounge but alas, we had already eaten lunch! The gimmick there is free pizza with every beer, but I was all lobstered up with no room left. & then after that? Terra & I went to go see The Avengers! We were going to watch Snow White & the Huntsman, but then I found out Terra hadn't seen The Avengers yet, & it is totally worth re-watching, on my side; more than watching a mediocre movie, for sure. After that, home for me & tangle legs on the couch with Jenny. We watched Bunheads; still too much like Gilmore Girls but also, not Gilmore Girls.
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