Sup guys it be the Andy-San here again.
I’ve been franticly 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.
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 transfered.
My big plans are to live in Japan for at least a couple years since it looks like a blast!
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 incessent pouting, my stepdad couldn’t bring in his camera because it could record video, although still cameras were allowed (cameras that do pictures only).
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.
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!