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Canada Day!

Tomorrow is Canada Day up here in the Great White North. I'll actually be taking a mini-vacation starting tomorrow and lasting until next Monday morning. I think this five day break will be one of the longest I've taken in a long while. I've never been one to take large chunks of time off work. I prefer to take a number of days off throughout the year instead. I'd much rather work twenty four-day weeks instead of simply taking a full month off work. But that's me.

If you'd like to know what I'll be up to over the next five days, read on.

My plans are pretty simple and include:

  • Sleeping: I'm very tired and could use a few extra hours sleep.
  • Eating: Diets and long weekends don't mix.

  • Drinking: Drinking and Canada Day go together like lamb and tuna fish.
  • Poker: Did I even need to mention this one? This is a poker blog and I like to play poker from time to time. My focus will be on 6-max NLHE, Badugi, and O8.
  • Video games: I'm getting my hands on a copy of the new Ghostbusters game for my Xbox 360. Looks pretty good and I'll likely spend some time busting ghosts when I'm not busting 'rollz.
It's a simple plan, I know, but this break is just what I need to recharge my batteries. I don't think they'll be any updates to the site during my vacation. But you never know. I may even finally get around to posting a video or something thanks to a fine tutorial that I watched at DeucesCracked. I think the only thing holding me back now is the fear of looking stupid while playing.

Have a great weekend everyone! Happy Canada Day to my fellow Canadians! And a happy Fourth to my U.S. readers!


Memphis MOJO said...

"Drinking and Canada Day go together like lamb and tuna fish"

Too funny.

Happy Canada Day.

Klopzi said...

Memphis -

I'm not sure if enough of my readers have seen Big Daddy to get the reference.

Regardless, there are few things better than sitting back on Canada Day, grabbing a cold beer, and grilling up some tuna-fish-crusted lamb.


Memphis MOJO said...

We had a guy here in the office who was Canadian (he's retired now). Every Canada day, he'd bring maple candy.

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