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Weekend Recap

November 18, 2013


Friday – Cheese Overload

I went out for dinner at my local Montana’s Cookhouse. Sure, they’ve gone downhill after removing some of their signature chicken dishes. Montana’s getting rid of the quarter and half chicken dinners is like McDonald’s getting rid of the McNugget.

It wasn’t like I always ordered the rotisserie chicken. It was just nice to know that when I want that kind of chicken, I can always get it there. And when I didn’t get it, I would get their chicken quesadilla. But that’s gone too.

I know what you’re thinking. I’ve already sent them the email. I’ve had the long talk with the restaurant manager. Now, simply, I just don’t go there as often as before.

But this past Friday, I had a hankering for their spinach cheese dip with the baked pita chips. So I went there and found a new menu item, deep fried mac ‘n cheese, uh, things.

So, two heavily cheesed appetizers and a little bowl of baked beans. Yum!

Oh, and Montana’s is one of those restaurants with the brown paper table clothes with the crayons so diners can draw on the table. I drew a shitty Care Bear. Then I figured I should man it up a bit. A girly Care Bear isn’t very manly. I drew the Grim Reaper with a bloody sickle chasing the Care Bear. Not that I’m a great artiste or anything, but you know, the Grim Reaper makes anything manly.

Saturday – Geezer Film Fest

I went to see a movie, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2. Other than the parents taking their kids, I was the oldest person in the theatre. That’s fine. It’s a kid’s movie. And I probably slept for about ten minutes of the film. I don’t think I missed much. The movie had lots of cute food things running around. Apparently, some food rain device from the first part was spawning living foods like: pickles that fish and giant cheeseburger spider monsters. The pickles were weird. The film could have used a Grim Reaper though, you know, to manly it up a bit.

In the multiplex lobby, the place was full of old people. I don’t know what film the old people were there to see, but wow, there was lots of old people. Maybe there’s a new Cocoon movie?

Sunday – Is it Promenade or PromenAde?

In the morning, I went to a nearby shopping mall and did a couple of laps. I didn’t buy anything. I just wanted to walk. The outside weather was raining off and on so outside wouldn’t have been very productive.

After spending the afternoon watching videos online of the comedy troupe The Tenderloins (check ’em out), I plugged in my treadmill. I’ve got to get back on the horse. Well, not real horse. Riding a horse won’t help my stamina and fitness. Running on the treadmill will.


4 Comments leave one →
  1. November 18, 2013 5:35 pm

    The Care Bear’s toes remind me of Peter’s chin on Family Guy.



    I didn’t remember what their feet looked like. Haven’t seen Care Bears in a while.

  2. November 18, 2013 11:07 pm

    haha, No Heart going after a Care Bear, right??

    Glad that you had a weekend filled with fried Mac ‘N Cheese bits and a bit of treadmill to cancel it out. :)


    No Heart never chased the bears. He sent that furry guy to do all the bitch work.

  3. November 19, 2013 4:19 am

    I guess even Carebears die sooner or later – wonder if they get doddery and senile too?


    Nobody knows. Care Bears are often hunted and stuffed and put on display before reaching full maturity.

  4. November 20, 2013 2:24 am

    How was Meatballs2? I heard it wasn’t that great – sequels rarely are, but the 1st one was cute.

    Yay for you for getting back on the treadmill!

    New Cocoon movie – bahahahaha! That’s a good one! :D


    Typical kids movie.

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