I’ve been a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals since my freshman year of college. The helmet and uniforms got me to start liking the team – they are just so cool in my book!
It’s been tough being a Cincy fan for this whole time, especially when you’re someone like me who lives in Washington. The Bengals have found great success, they have had horrible seasons and there are times when they play so badly they earn their other moniker – the Bungles. Nonetheless, I stuck by the Bengals through thick and thin.
But this season has been a great one so far. Off to a 5-2 start as a team that wasn’t supposed to win more than four games, this newer batch of Bengals has brought forth a newfound sense of excitement, a type of energy that is inspirational and thrilling to watch.
WHO DEY! WHO DEY! WHO DEY THINK GONNA BEAT THEM BENGALS … NOBODY!
So my hands have been cut, my legs ache and I feel a bit weary in general – ahh, there is nothing like coming home after working for hours at a restaurant.
My part-time job is dishwashing at a small, but cozy Chinese restaurant called Gordy’s Sichuan Cafe. This restaurant only holds roughly a dozen tables for guests, but this doesn’t discourage people from queuing up at the door to have a bite. This place is deceptively very good, a real gem for the Spokane area and its rave reviews and various restaurant awards can attest to this fact.
But PR stuff aside, I have a lot of respect for the restaurant business in general. Continue reading
The startup company I work for has finally posted a very significant character on its webpage. I will admit the website is very bare bones right now (I don’t have even have a bio yet), but the company intends to aim high. And with my efforts, I will do everything in my power to help this company succeed in the long haul.
I used to be Mr. Lonely all of the time. Too reluctant to admit my own desolation, I tried to put up a front that everything was OK for me, that everything was all good when they weren’t. Continue reading
Be sure to check out one of my first projects that I started a long time ago.
“Criticism may not be agreeable, but it is necessary. It fulfils the same function as pain in the human body. It calls attention to an unhealthy state of things.”
– Winston Churchill