What the French might call "le rambleage"

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  1. Eve says:

    Lobster branding? Wha…?

    And what’s so great about the O.C.? I don’t get it.

  2. James Cooper says:

    I used to work out to DVDs of Futurama. Unfortunately when doing an array of push-ups, crunchs, and curls the TV tended to be a distraction. Now I just bicycle to and from work so all senses are focused on not becoming roadkill. I should start up a home workout routine again though to get a more rounded out fitness regimen. Maybe what I need is an inspirational soundtrack, with songs like the Rocky theme…

  3. Mood Indigo says:

    Summer was hallucinating? Wow.

    How long does the Artist’s Way take? Maybe I should take it on my trip – would that be a good exercise along with my soul searching?

  4. Jennie says:

    Once I got to the part where you talked about catching lobsters, I totally lost focus for the rest of your post. Do you really go out to catch lobsters? Can you do this on a daily basis? If you do catch them often, can I come over? I don’t think Brian would have a problem with this because he knows how much I love to eat lobster.

  5. Peter says:

    Eve: Lobster banding. Putting the little rubber bands on the claws. Also, not good when daydreaming. Got nipped more than a few times. The O.C. had a certain charm during the early years.

    James: Yeah, tv would not be great for stuff other than bikes and treadmills.

    Jennie: hahah Brian is a good fella like that. I used to fish when I was in university. But, I do live in an area where people fish regularly (May 10-July 10) and you can get good lobsters pretty much year round.

    Megan: I think they book takes something like 12 weeks, if you follow it the way it is laid out. Might actualy fit nicely with your trip. It is definitely for more than just writing.

  6. pinknest says:

    what about just watching tv while on the bike?

    you sorted through lobster! awesome.

  7. Peter says:

    pinknest: Hmmm. I have the bike dealie set up in the basement, but if instead I put it directly in front of a TV with a satellite dish and pvr…

    I think you may be on to something.

    I did indeed sort through many a lobster. Though I have to say that at 5 am, as one is clamped onto your hand, it loses a bit of it’s charm.

  8. The Stormin Mormon says:

    Hmm… Lobster.

    I was pretty much lost after that, but when you mentioned the O.C. I did a bit of a double take. If it wasn’t for the fact that I know why you watch the show, I would think it were a little gay.

  9. Eve says:

    I realized it was banding. But I just prefer the mental image of branding lobsters.

  10. Peter says:

    stormin’: Early on it had it’s charms, I’m telling ya.

    eve: Ha! You are right, that is totally a better image. Now I feel silly.

  11. Amy says:

    Doesn’t everyone see a hippyish person from their past when they have “champy”?

    Definitely get the bike out of the basement! Put it somewhere where there is more stimulation or you don’t stand a chance of keeping it up. In front of the TV is great. Personally, if I worked out at home, I’d never keep it up. The gym is a far more stimulating environment. Not to mention, I don’t like looking like a wimp in front of others so I work way harder there than I would at home.

  12. Steph says:

    I fucking hate the OC. My eyes glaze over and i want to mutilate myself just to FEEL something!
    Ghastly abomination of a tv show!

  13. notfearingchange says:

    I hear ya….but try being paid to sit in a cubicle with no window and lack of access to internet sites.

  14. Peter says:

    Amy: It would be easy to make excuses for not going to a gym. But, if you are too lazy to just walk downstairs…

    Steph: So you enjoy it.. you don’t enjoy it… I’m a little confused here. ;)

    Notfearingchange: Yeah, I have some experience in that world too. And they expect you to shave every day. that is MADNESS.

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