Thursday, April 26, 2007

Why I'm Sometimes Embarrassed to Say I Lived in Utah

At first I thought this was a story from the onion. Alas...



9 comments:

Nick said...

Another way you can tell I'm itching to leave: I already refer to my time in Utah in the past tense, and I'm still here.

Warren said...

Does this mean Jared and I were doing the devil's work on our missions?

morgan said...

warren-were you helping people cross into the u.s. illegally?

nick-when are you leaving?

Nick said...

Probably August. July if I can fool my committee into letting me go even earlier...

Julie C said...

oh. my. gosh. I mean, we do have wierd people everywhere, but you kind of expect a public official to act a little more ... normal? Does anyone wonder if he's gonna be re-elected?

We want you to come to WA Nick! And bring the family too! I'm sad that we were only there for so short a time.

Cabeza said...

Warren and I were sharing the gospel with Satan's tools of national destruction.

My coyote work was completely unaffiliated with my mission...

JonnyF said...

I am not a committee!

I figured Jenny wouldn't say it so the temptation to say it myself became uncontrollable. Nick, I think the technical name for that would be "nerd baiting". If it was not intentional, then I must hang my head even lower in shame.

I have lived in Utah longer than anywhere else during the last 10 years. I'm hoping Michigan will beat that out so I won't have to hang my head in shame for other reasons besides my nerdiness.

Warren said...

And yet more, via Dave Barry.

Warren said...

Reason has picked up on it as well.