Today I stop being Hetero
My theme song for today:
I stumbled across this when I was trying to look up someone's profile. I found it VERY intriguing. You plug in your AIM name and someone elses to see who is more socially connected. It goes by how many people have buddylisted you and how many have subsequently buddy listed those individuals. That's basically it.
I had fun plugging in people I can't stand and finding sheer JOY in the fact that nobody liked them either! You want to battle me baby? Simply plug in "Brettcajun" and your AIM name on the AIM FIGHT PAGE. That's our score. Now, plug in people you can't stand! See... it's not YOU that's the problem! It's HER!
What can fighting really prove? Using a complicated algorithm, AIM® Fight crawls through the depths of the Internet to answer the all-important question that plagues us all: How popular am I right this second?
TRY IT FOR YOURSELF!
IF I MUST DO CARDIO, GIVE ME POINTS
I have played tennis four out of the last five days. I am burning loads of calories. I feel strong and energized. All this play never feels like exhausting exercise. It feels like fun adrenaline-fueled excitement. To me, I am scoring points and trying to win a big game. But I am really shedding critical bear pudge right before Southern Decadence. A Win-Win!
CHALLENGES ARE GOOD FOR ME
When I am on the tennis court, I am challenged on every point. I have to be in good physical shape, have stamina, and be mentally tougher than my opponent. Winning a tennis match is as much about skill as it is mental fortitude. I love breaking down my opponent's game and creating a strategy to defeat him. If I am successful, I not only win the challenge... I win the game too.
Ahem... winning is especially sweet if your opponent is an Ex-Marine, who plays on an adult soccer club. This Heauxmeaux (Cajun for "homo") beat THAT guy 7-6 for the fourth time in a row this morning. I now have an 8-4 record against The Office Guy. :)