I was reading Writer Dad’s Deja Vuesday 2.0 article and was inspired to write something similar. I’m not sure if I want to do this every Tuesday yet, but I think that it could be fun to do. I have a lot of old posts that are, for the most part, collecting e-dust and would like to make them more relevent.
Going Back In Time
For this post, I am going to add commentary to my post, “TSO FTW OMGWTFBBQ!!!1” :
Sup guys it be the Andy-San here again.
Wow, I remember starting every post like this! It took me forever to break this habit because I thought that greeting my audience this way was a good thing. I modeled my initial blogging after the news. I eventually found doing this to be boring, and I was running out of interesting greetings.
I’ve been frantically looking for a new job so I can has moAr moneyzz fo’ cheezeburgerz and st00f. I hope I get a job soon so I can finally move out and pay my bills. I dunno if I’ll quit my current job, it all depends on whether or not I get a good amount of hours from the other job since it’s highly unlikely I’ll be getting more hours at the Roadhouse.
Even back in 2006, I was looking for a job to make more money. I’ve also noticed that I use less internet slang and l33tsp33k in my recent posts.
My current plans are to find a job, save up to move out, move out, get a better job, and pay off my other bills whilst I enjoy living by myself. As far as where I’ll live, I want to move to a nice college town like Bowling Green. Considering how much my friend Cody makes at Wal-Mart, I really really want to get my old job back at Wal-Mart, preferably when I move out since I’ll need a better source of income and once I get the job, I don’t wanna let go of it unless something really friggin’ awesome comes along or I get transferred.
For the most part, this paragraph still explains my current living situation. However, I don’t want to go back to Wal-Mart. Heck, I couldn’t go back to Wal-Mart even if I wanted to.
As far as that “something really friggin’ awesome” coming along, I think that quitting my job with Wal-Mart to run my blog full-time was an excellent decision. Although I’m not making enough income from this website yet to support myself, it’s only a matter of time before I can.
My big plans are to live in Japan for at least a couple years since it looks like a blast!
I definitely still want to live in Japan!! However, this will take some time to develop.
You see, the main occupation of foreigners in Japan is teaching their language as a secondary language. In order to do this legally in Japan, you need a 4-year degree. What the degree is about is irrelevent; you just need to have one.
Since I don’t have a 4-year degree yet, I’ll need to first pay off all of my expenses so that I can go back to college. Once I have done that, I’ll go back to college and get my degree. As far as what my degree will be about, I definitely want to incorporate Japanese in some manner (either as my major, part of a duel-major, or as a minor).
Alright, on to the TSO concert! It was wayyy better than I thought and although there were some slow parts, they were well placed so it didn’t seem dragged out.
The only bad part was that we couldn’t take any pictures of it. It was quite ironic because when my stepdad went into Wal-Mart to buy a new camera, he noticed that my bro had his iPod on him. He told him to wait in the area before you go into the store (it was an oddly organized Wal-Mart) so that the security didn’t think he stole the iPod and even if they did find out it was his, we were on a tight schedule and needed to get in and out. So after all that mess, which included my brother’s incessant pouting, my stepdad couldn’t bring in his camera because it could record video, although still cameras were allowed (cameras that do pictures only).
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra concert was really something special! It was pretty annoying what Jon was doing and that we couldn’t take pictures of the event, but I enjoyed it and had fun with my family!!
Other than that, I had a great time and would totally do it again!! Oh, and after that, we went to the Hard Rock Cafe which was just a short walk away from where we were parked. My bro and I had this burger of awesomeness (I think it was called the SOB Burger). We also saw some notable guitars there from the likes of Megadeth (in their peak with my man Marty Friedman), Jimmy Page (yes, that Jimmy Page!), and a bass from Nikki Sixx from Motley Crue and another bass from Bill Wyman of the Rolling Stones.
The pictures we took of the guitars weren’t that clear, which was really disappointing since my stepdad just bought the camera that day.
Well that’s about it for me today so I’ll see you guys later and wish me luck on finding a new job. Peace!
I still like to close out my blog entries, although I sometimes switch things up and ask questions at the end of my entries.
Also, I still end every article with my screenname. At the time, it was Andy-San. I decided to change it to TheAndySan because there’s a lot of Andy-Sans out there on the ‘net, but only one TheAndySan (at least for now, hehe!).
The One & Only,