Wednesday, April 26, 2006

A regular day of spectating

So I was at Costco today and I was just looking through some of the aisles (obviously ones dealing with nerdy things such as DVDs, CDs, electronics, keyboards, LCDs, Plasma displays, etc. I came across buying Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children when I saw, at a distance, easily the best example of "gold digger".

Here these two people were at the cell phone bar where they were obviously selling cell phones and this old (when I say old, think between 50 and 70) man with this one asian lady probably around 20 to 30 years old were standing at the booth. Immediately, I started looking at them funny and was trying hard to figure out if they were couples. Indeed, they were: while I was eating a polish sausage and a chicken pocket or something near the junk food place, the couple payed for their groceries and cell phone. The white guy was all smiling and trying to catch up to the woman who was walking faster than him (which seemed to me like she was trying to avoid him) but overjoyed by the fact that she just got a cell phone from this old man.

The whole time this was going on, I was thinking, "Man, does this guy NOT know what's going on!?" I can already foreshadow this asian bitch ditching his ass in like 2-3 years after he dies or retires. Now, don't get me wrong, I feel bad for that dude going out with some gold digger. However, he deserves all the pain and suffering at the end of such a pointless (or point-ful if you happen to be an optimist for the gold digger) relationship because he was being a complete retard for not getting the message. I mean, holy shit, are these people looking in the mirror nowadays? Do they have a sense of how old they are?

Anyways, that was that. On a more personal note, I had just bought ankle weights to train my legs in order to make them quicker in case of a sparring match. Just finished watching a few episodes of Firefly and, I have to say, it's bad-ass. I just realized, from looking on my DVD shelf, that I probably had spent around $200 on movies. I surely hope that I don't keep doing that. I have too many favorite movies.