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Simon's Blog - October 11, 2005

October 11, 2005

Well, my grounding finally came to an end - just in time for me to enjoy a long weekend - big props for Columbus Day (I knew that guy was good for something). Spent most of the weekend watching football and skateboarding with my friends - now that my skateboard's been returned. I had to listen to dumb 10 minute lecture on the dangers of skating in the cafeteria from my principal to get the board back, but it was well worth it. I asked you about your most dreaded teachers and principals in my last blog and got this funny feedback from skaterzinc:
"Well, my horrible teacher Mr. Garcia sent me to detention for talking. Plus he smells like cigarettes, fish, eggs and farts. Ewwwww."

But it's not teachers that have been getting on my nerves this week. It's my loser brother, Miguel, who's always going through my room and taking my stuff. Last week, he took my GBA without asking and yesterday he just went and took the new trucks and wheels off my skateboard and leant them to a friend of his. What an idiot. So, I've set up a security system that sets off an alarm if anyone who shouldn't be in my room decides to go in. Unfortunately, my mom set it off while she was trying to collect my laundry, so I had to disable it temporarily. But it's pretty cool - you can check it out right here.

Do you have brothers or sisters that annoy you or borrow your stuff without asking?

Later,
Simon

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