We (the royal we) have been talking of another Chicago Tumblr Meetup (version 3.0) on Friday, April 24th. We were thinking of gathering at some bar like Crocodile, Flat Iron, Danny’s, The Continental, Wilde, etc… but we (the royal we, again) want to hear from you. Of the choices above (and feel free to make your own suggestions), where should we have the next meetup?
So I drove all the way to Wheaton’s DMV to get my driver’s license renewed. Although that particular DMV is called an “express center,” I wait 30 minutes in line as a single person *slowly* attends to about 15 people. By the time it’s my turn, they say I have to take a written test. Mind you, it vaguely says on my renewal license letter that I “may” need to take a written exam “if applicable.” Well, apparently the secretly coded “6” on the top of my letter says I need to.
On top of that, they say that the center only holds tests on Tuesday, and the guy tells me to drive to Lombard. By the time I drove to Lombard’s DMV, it was closed. FML.
I know I have asked this but I have gotten new followers so I will ask once again.
It’s my LJ name and I wanted to have “captain” in my user name. I couldn’t figure out any words to go after that so I just threw two o’s on the end of it.
my old one was taptap which made people think of jacking off, so I changed it to something about herpes
i really don’t know, i just wanted it.
i might change it :/
"Retuta" is my last name, and I stand to be the first few results in Google; I want to consolidate that name across the internet for my personal gain. As for "Indie Rawk," that’s the beginning title of my comic character, Indie Rawk Jeffro. "The Anonymous 7" was one of my AIM screen names, and "Robot Love Kills" is my current one.
And now you know, and knowing is half the battle. The other half is having a good gun.
“Poor old Johnny Ray sounded sad upon the radio, he moved a million hearts in mono. Our mothers cried and sang along and who’d blame them. Now you’re grown, so grown, now I must say more than ever. Go Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye and we can sing just like our fathers”
A good way to start a Saturday night, I think. Let’s throwback some classic 80’s and non-sensical phrases like “Toora Loora Toora Loo-Rye-Aye.”