And Confucius was right

Today I’ve been walking a lot. I walked home from Stine’s place, I walked all the way to the store to get a new tire, I walked all the way to the gas station to get the new tire inflated. Note to self: Remember to re-attach brakes when new tire is attached (I forgot to do that today, and it could have gotten nasty).

What else happened today? Let me think. Very little happened today. Tomorrow is Klas’ birthday party. Beer, women and music. Can a man ask for more? Yeah, he can, but he doesn’t have to. If he has beer, women and music, life is good. Or just women and music. Or just women. Women is enough, really.


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