No. 118 (essentialsaltes) wrote,
No. 118


Well, no $80K, but I managed to exactly double my money at poker. There were no big winners, I think. Andy, Kevin and I profited roughly equally from Ian and Colleen's losses. I think Andy must have come out the furthest ahead.

In other news, Aaron & Kirsten's cat is a big fluffy loverboy. He purrs pretty damn audibly and happily whores himself for attention. At least until I fed him, when he suddenly devoted his attention to his bowl. I can't resist pronouncing his name, Spike, just as Jet does in Cowboy Bebop.

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