Monthly Archives: January 2008

I’m addicted


to Cal of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for the PS3! I’ve been playing multiplayer online and can’t seem to be able to put the controller down! I love it!

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Apple – MacBook Air

Apple just released their newest toy and my oh my it is beautiful! You can view the current ad here.


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Hung over


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PS3 Fun!

For those of you with a PS3 that who would like to add Pooh and I to your friends list. Our user names are groovapooh and tiggahtigz. We haven’t taken advantage of the online aspect yet so hopefully we’ll have a nice list of buddies so we can play via net!

Please comment with your user name and we’ll add you too!

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Test Shoot

Pooh’s making me a new banner for my blog. We had a test shoot to play with some ideas (sorry, Tigguhh didn’t take any pics). I’ve added them to my Flickr. The full set can be viewed here.

For those of you too lazy to click the link, here are a couple from the set :)















The full set can be viewed here.

Which one should Pooh use for my new banner?

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Vacation Day 5 : New Years Day

Hmm…I could of sworn I posted this already but I guess Blogger decided not to post it for some reason. Oh well.

New Years Day, Pooh Tribal and I decided to spend the day out n about. We first headed to Downtown to do a bit of, well, what else…shopping!


I picked up a couple things…

2 pairs of shoes and a nice blue shirt from Adidas…

They were on sale!!! Wuhoo!

Afterwards, we randomly decided to go to Belmont Park so Tribal and Pooh can ride the rollercoaster.



Afterwards, we had Pho for lunch and then Sushi for dinner. It was a fun and productive New Years Day!

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New Years Celebration!

Pooh and I had some friends over on New Year’s eve to celebrate. In case you didn’t see the pics on my Flickr. I posted a few below.

It was awesome! We had some drinks, enjoyed appetizer, played RockBand….


It was only 9 o’clock…so we needed something to do to pass the time. Jaeger Bombs!

Pooh really wanted to get the PS3Eye. So we did. It’s actually very fun…especially when highly intoxicated!

It was almost time so we started pouring out the Champagne.
I love raspberries :) mmmm…

Tribal was a bit messy when he was pouring the drinks. Oh well…
We waited and waited….drank some more…and waited…and then…the count down!
3…2….1…

Happy New Year!!!! Wuhoo!!!

But keep it thug…

Ok maybe a little happier…

Pooh was pretty hammered.

So was I.

But “Ey yo dawg. You gotta maintain!”

So after the countdown and we had our champagne…we wondered…what now? What’s there to do? Well…we did have a LOT of champagne left. We kind of over stocked our alcohol for the night. We bought 4 bottles of champagne, 1 bottle of vodka, 2 bottles of Jaeger (for Jaeger bombs), 1 bottle of Hypnotic and 1 bottle of Hennesy (for incredible hulks). We thought there’d be more of us but it turned out to be just me, Pooh, Tribal , and Tribal’s roomate RC. Tribal decided we should take shots of Champagne! Yum!
Oh and we also got a whole lot of snacks. We got a very nice jumbo shrimp cocktail tray thing from Whole Foods. We also got lots of chips, candy, deep fried stuff…you know, very healthy food to start off the new year. Tribal really wanted to get the Princess Barbie Rice Krispies Treats and Dora gummy snacks. lol.
Afterwards, we decided to drunkenly venture off to the suspension bridge in Hillcrest. oOoOooh creepy…

It was nice, exciting, and random. :) I love it!

Well, that was my New Years in a nutshell…a long stream of photos nutshell. I hope everyone enjoyed their New Years. I wish everyone the best in the ’08. Cheers!

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Vacation Day 4: Relax Day

On Sunday, we decided to relax. Tribal had work in the morning so Pooh and I thought it’d be nice to just clean the house and chill. We spent the day playing our PS3.

Tribal met up with us later that night for dinner. We went to Convoy Tofu House. It’s pretty cute because their hot plates are shaped like little moo cows!

Pooh had Chicken Bulgogi. Tribal had the same.

I had Beef Bulgogi. MMMMMM! To be honest, I think Convoy Tofu House tastes much better than Tofu House.

It was a delicious dinner!

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Vacation Day 3: Road Trip!

Pooh Tribal and I decided to go to Los Angeles on Saturday. We figured, we’ll drive up…go shopping and have some fun…then drive back down that night. And so we did.

We went to Beverly Center, a bunch of shops on Melrose, and various other shops. I picked up an awesome card holder at Alphamale on Melrose.


We had dinner at Hamburger Mary’s. Pooh had a burger, Tribal had a chicken wrap, and I had lettuce wraps and a half order of Mary’s hot legs. We also ordered a couple rounds of drinks :) 2 rounds of Jager bombs, 1 round of kamikazis, and 1 round of incredible hulks. Yum!

We had a LOT of drinks at Rage. We really didn’t know where to go for drinks…so we just went in the first bar we saw. :)

So after a long day of shopping and drinking…we headed back down to San Diego around 2 am.

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Vacation Day 2: New discovery!!! Bread & Cie

Pooh Tribal and I decided to try something new for breakfast. Everyday on the way to work Pooh and I would always drive past this place called “Bread & Cie: Bakery – Cafe”. It would always be packed and the outside seating would always be full. We’d wonder…”What the hell are all these people doing out there?! Don’t they have jobs?!” We’d always wonder what exactly is so great about that place…Why is it so popular?

So we decided to give it a try and see for ourselves!

Bread & Cie: Bakery Cafe – is truly magnificent! I now know why the place is always packed. The food is delicious! They had a great selection and the pastries looked to die for. The presentation is all in the food :)

Pooh had a Turkey Pesto Sandwich and a coffee. Tribal had the same.

For some reason, one item on the menu called out to me. I had to go with their PB&J. It’s deceptively simple, yet unique and complex in taste! The Peanut Butter was nice and crunchy with a lovely hint of cinnamon. The familiarity of PB and Jelly brought me back to my childhood but the new and exciting flavors tingled my matured palette. The sweet and sugary tastes were well balanced with the addition of cream cheese. It also came with a side of Sugar Pops! This sandwich will definitely light up a child’s face as well as bring out the inner child of a grown man.

Of course, I had to have a Hot Chocolate with my PB & J!

If you ever make your way to San Diego. Do try and stop by Bread & Cie!

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