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    18th October 2006

    Nate Geroche is a genius!

    My little brother told me that one of his friends once get his phone significantly wet and then he put it in the oven for half an hour and it worked again. So I tried this method, keeping the oven on it’s lowest possible setting… and voila! my phone works again. Is it any wonder I think I’m invincible? I spill milk on my laptop and it still works, I drop my laptop and it still works, I drop my phone in the toilet and it still works, I come within millimeters of kicking the oxygen habit three times in the course of 6 months but come out of it with mere paralysis… Either God loves me so much he wants me to experience more of life or he knows that I need some more time here to really prepare myself for there, ’cause I don’t want to spend too much time in Purgatory. Big props to Nate G or whatever sensei taught him the ways of the cell phone. Wait… I’m a Protestant… do I believe in Purgatory?


    3 Responses to “Nate Geroche is a genius!”

    1. Kimmy says:

      You make me laugh.

      So I was wishing I could write you in some form (e-mail or snail mail) and realized that all I have is you calvin one and that no longer works. I believe that you get my e-mail by my posting this or maybe you have it (i don’t want to just put it on here for all to see.) Do you think you could just send me an e-mail with your address?? That’d be sweet. I hope you’re well.

      Kimmy DeVrizzle

    2. eric says:

      Dude I came across this link and just HAD to post it on your blog because you will appreciate it…

      Mullets and running. Can you think of a more perfect combination? You even get a headband if you join their club…

      Where were these guys when I was in high school?

    3. Daryl says:

      Nice Eric, real nice. It is true that you were a mullet runner before there was such a thing – before anybody even knew what a mullet was. And then I was a mullet runner my senior year as a tribute to your mullet. There’s nothing better – everyone cheers for you, “Go mullet!”

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