First things first. I bought a new (slightly used) car this weekend, a 2006 Honda Civic.

New Car = Car Payments = Responsibility = Oh Fuck.

Secondly, I just registered to ride my bike in the Sam’s Club MS 150. As the name of the race suggests, it benefits multiple sclerosis research. Each rider has to raise $300 in donations. If you’re reading this and would like to throw a couple dollars my way, I’d appreciate it very much. And any donation is tax deductible, so you’ve got that going for you, which is nice.*

MS 150

E-mail me at parker.hevron@gmail.com if you’re interested.

*Caddyshack reference


I joined MySpace (myspace? mySpace? Myspace?).

Effective immediately, I’m resigning as prime minister of the anit-myspace coalition.

See you all on the dark side.

Until the arrival of the big day.

Only an hour until we leave for my grandma’s house. As usual, Irving won’t know what hit it. This is because my nine-year-old cousin, Caleb, is the only person I know under the age of 60 who walks around all the time juggling bowling pins.

Actually, he’s the only person I know who juggles (bowling pins or otherwise).

Happy holidays. 

Here’s the question of the day:

I don’t know what I want to do with the rest of my life.

Option A: Take the LSAT. Go to law school. Become a lawyer. Bump Ben’s ratio up from 67% to 78%.

Option B: Take the GRE.¬†Study Political Science in graduate school. Get a Master’s. Work in government.

Option C: Take the GRE. Study Political Science in graduate school. Get a Master’s. Then a PhD. Teach Political Science at the university level.

Option D: Forgo more education for now. Try and get internship at newspaper or magazine. Pursue journalism.

Too many good choices. Oh well. I’ll just drink a Sam Adams and go take a nap.