Tuesday, May 15, 2007
blogSo I'm actually enjoying Ryan Jenkins' blog. (Jenkins is a person I went to college with. We were in the marching band together. I was calm, cool and collective. He likes to tell the story of when he used Nair on his gentials. So, we're good friends.)
You guys to check it out. I know for those of you who know Ryan and me, this might come as a surprise. "What?! Frank?! Good. Ryan?!" you would think. But he has a good thing going on over at his blog.
Hehe, I remember one time when we were at a party getting drizzunk and I couldn't stop throwing various objects at Ryan yelling "You want attention?! I'll give you attention! Arrrggh!
Thursday, May 03, 2007
mediaWow I'm blog-crazy today. Yay for days off.
Well, I just finished watching the lastest episode of America's Next Top Model. And I'm disappointed, you guys. One of my favorites was eliminated, Brittany.
And she was horrible! Super bad! Observe.
Bare with me! I'm still new at all this. The transition effects suck!
Sighs. Oh well, Jaslene for the win!
a brother storyInteresting story.
My brother Stephan is obsessed with video games like any normal kid. He's in first grade and he beats me in every video game he bugs me to play with him.
He's a very smart kid. I don't think any of us could have half of his savvy at his age. And I truely believe that now that I heard this story about it.
You see, he doesn't do too well in school. What?! A smart kid doing poorly in school? It's madness, you exclaim! So knowing that he's such a smart kid, my Dad makes him a proposition:
Bring me ten As on your daily tests and I'll get you a new game.
Sound like a good deal? Or an impossible deal for a six-and-a-half year old?
Well let me tell you something. The first day, he brought home an A. The second day, another A. And so on. After the sixth ace, my Dad was anxious. Dad would go into a rant. Geez, I'm gonna have to buy him a game! Not only that, I'm probably going to have to buy him another game, after another ten As. I can just imagine the day he walks across that graduation stage at the University of Texas (sighs, hiss) after getting that first-round draft pick (ugh), after getting engaged to a nice Hispanic virgin (man, it goes on!), and after he opens up his very own Medrano & Sons Low-Riders Repairshop...
The first things he'll say to me is Where's my game?!!!
Positive Reinforcement is just a fancy phrase for Bribery.
So it eventually happened. The tenth A came. Dad reluctantly kept his end of the bargain and bought him a game.
On a later date, it was Parent-Teacher Night. Dad questioned, "How did Stephan get all these As on his tests?" And the teacher answered, "What? I don't know what you're talking about Mister Medrano" Dad was confused, "So all these As he bought home where fakes?" "Those are As, Mister Medrano, but they are from practice tests. I give them out everyday so the children can learn how to take tests. I don't test everyday. That would be excessive. The practice tests are even graded and corrected by the child himself. Didn't you notice the massive eraser marks? Or the red-crayoned A?"
I laughed my ass off after I heard that! Kudos to Stephan for following through with his web of lies! That's my brother!!!
Tuesday, May 01, 2007
question of the weekIt's the How I Met Your Mother question of the week, you guys!
hehe. I would say "keep your answers clean," but I don't see how that can be done.
Welcome to Frank's blog-- egocentrically yours! I'm a college graduate from Dallas, Texas. Get some insight on frank. Learn the frank. Know the frank. Apply the frank to real-life situations. Praise the frank.
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