10-Minute Warning XVII

OK. What can I type here in under 10 minutes?

This morning, I feel sleepier than usual. Mother noticed that, so in order to be awake, she told me to start working on this month’s billings. I also took a long, cold bath and 1 cup of extra strong coffee to power through the day. I’m done with the 1st part of the billings, so I took an afternoon nap after.

What else? I checked the photos I took from my younger brothers’ gig last Friday. I’m so disappointed that most of their photos – taken by my smartphone – are not clear. I’m also disappointed that I did not check the photos sooner. Damn it. I will take better photos and videos with my smartphone and DSLR next time.

Tonight I will jog again and Younger Brother will do his calisthenics at Track 30th. But I think I should do more than just jog. Last year I followed this aerobics workout on YouTube, and it helped me burn a lot of fat. Maybe I should do both jogging and aerobics again.

And time’s up.


Header image: Mika Baumeister of Unsplash. Edited in Adobe Photoshop 2022.

Watch I: The Undertaker’s WrestleMania XX Entrance

The mathematical constant pi (π or 3.14) has been a favorite of mine because it is attached to some of my favorite things and moments ever. And in celebration of today, Pi Day, I would like to share my favorite pro wrestling entrance ever that happened on March 14, 2004, The Undertaker’s WrestleMania XX entrance.

But before I share the entrance proper, let me take you back to Survivor Series 2003. The Undertaker was kicking Mr. McMahon’s ass in their Buried Alive match, and then McMahon surprisingly got help from Taker’s half-brother Kane. And because of Kane’s interference and a front loader, McMahon was able to bury the larger, more fearsome Taker. That was the last time we saw Taker as The American Badass.

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