Saw my first tornado in real life on Wednesaday! It was not on land, so technically it was a water spout, but I was still excited of course due to the fact that I am nerd when it comes to weather. It was about 2 miles or so east of the Eleuthera coast underneath a pretty big super cell thunderstorm that was sitting over an island called Windermere Island. I caught a glimpse of it and immediately shouted “waterspout” which fell upon less enthusiastic ears. Nobody seemed to care haha… It quickly disappeared, and the storm didn’t spawn any others as it dissipated soon afterwards.
In other news I been doing construction mostly with Haitian immigrants who are the primary source of the hard labor in the Bahamas. They are the ones who do alot of the work that Bahamians do not want to do. Its amazing to see how hard they work for next to nothing. Ive enjoyed talking to them and slowly getting bits and pieces of their stories as well as picking up a little creole along the way.
5/29 Vancouver, BC Commodore Ballroom
5/30 Portland, OR Wonderball Room
6/1 San Francisco, CA Regency Ballroom
6/2 Los Angeles, CA The Music Box
6/3 Solana Beach, CA Belly Up Tavern
6/8 Atlanta, GA Center Stage
6/11 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
6/12 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
6/14 New York, NY Webster Hall
6/15 New York, NY Webster Hall
6/16 Boston, MA House of Blues
6/17 Montreal, QC Metropolis
6/18 Toronto, ON Phoenix Concert Theatre
6/20 Chicago, IL Metro
The current jeopardy champion sounds just like Abed from community!
“I have heard that as he was about to die
Anushirvan gave his son Hormuz the following advice:
Attend to the needs of the needy,
For your own comfort do not be greedy.
No one will rest in your kingdom and domain,
If all you do is avoid your own discomfort and pain.
No wise man will approve of a shepherd falling fast asleep,
While the wolf is roaming amongst the sheep.”
-Sa’di, Bustan (1256 AD)