Thursday, June 18, 2009

Alfred Lomax in front of the pharmacy mentioned in the last post. Guess maybe they used to sell glasses?

Sunday, May 31, 2009

Exciting Surf Session

Robertsport, Liberia. After five and a half solid hours of head high waves and ridiculously good surfing, my aching, aging body was calling out, no crying out, for some serious anti-inflammatories. Some Ibuprofen and/or Diclofenac was on the menu. So after a sweet community style (one large bowl, five spoons) lunch of potato greens, I found myself at the local pharmacy, which resembled a mini version of an American fireworks stand. Alfred Lomax, local surfer who makes me feel like a total wuss in the water, accompanied me to the pharmacy to make sure I could find what I wanted. Myles Estey accompanied me most likely looking for potential material for his blog (highly recommended). I quickly spot a knock off of an "arousing" drug, dubbed Venegra. I pointed it out to Myles for a laugh and next thing I knew, Alfred was telling the "pharmacist" this is what I needed. Me- "No! No! I don't need that!" Myles- "Sure." Alfred- probably still oblivious to what he was trying to get me. I hope.

Sunday, April 5, 2009

Liberia, Liberia, Liberia

I am not telling anyone about this blog. So if you stumbled on here you could be among the world's unluckiest people.

In fact, I only started this account to comment on someone else's blog. Is that even necessary? And the next thing I knew i was setting up a blog of my own. And I couldn't stop.

I always thought to have a blog is an incredibly conceited thing. To tell people to regularly read a website with a bunch of junk I have written. This is why I can't tell anyone. But now, I have a place to post all my thoughts that I want to share with the world, and through this, I know the world will be greatly changed (that's a joke). So we will see by what chance people stumble upon it.

Now is the time I explain Liberia, Liberia, Liberia. Did I say Liberia? I think if I do this enough times--Liberia--I come up on some folks' Google and Yahoo Alerts and I can get some traffic without officially telling anyone about my blog. Liberia.

I live in Liberia. I surf in Liberia. I work in Liberia. I sweat in Liberia. Especially today. Man, it was hot.

Bye for now until I change the world yet once again.

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