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Shamelessly Reminiscing

Driving Down Memory Lane

Friday night I hung out with Shatton and Aggies. I arrived there in the evening, and we went to go pick up dinner from an Indian place on Kennedy Rd in B-dot. The drive to the restaurant was interesting, because we drove along a part of Kennedy that my parents used to take us to when we were kids.

Much to my surprise, the restaurant we went to pick up our food from is the same place that we used to eat at when I was younger, and living in Brampton.


The food is still good, too!

After this we watched various episodes of Adult Swim cartoons, and played Bomberman until the wee hours of the morning.  Aggies went home, and Shatton and I watched Freaks and Geeks.

It was great to spend time with someone as brown as I am.

Shameless Plug

If anyone lives in Toronto and has nothing to do on Thursday night (April 07), come on down to the St. Lawrence Market area. I will have a table there, and will be showing some of my work!

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, click on the Photography link on the right side of this blog.

10% of the proceeds raised by our sales goes to charity.

9 Responses

  1. Yay for your exhibit! Adult Swim & Indian food rules!

  2. What was the name of the restaurant?
    What charity?
    Cmon man! Details!!! 🙂

  3. St. Lawrence Market – North Building (whatever that is).

    Charity – http://www.torontodollar.org

  4. I know where the vendors have tables at the St. Lawrence Market.

    I was asking about the Indian Restaurant in Brampton! (insert appropriate insult here!) 😉

  5. BTW, y’all should go down a buy some of Jorge’s photos! They’re awesome! I was lucky enough to get copies of some of them before he started selling them. hahaha…bet he wishes he could charge me now!

  6. Jorge! Friday was awesome. I can’t believe we played Bomberman for 3 hours.

    Cat: The restaurant is called Brampton Sweets and their phone number is 905-450-0000. I don’t know the exact street address but it’s on Kennedy Rd. in Brampton, north of Rambler and South of Clarence.

  7. I love Freaks and Geeks. I was only introduced to it a few months ago and was sad to discover there was only one season’s worth of episodes available. It’s nice to find other people who enjoy this show too.

    I’m coming home from the UK tomorrow in a bittersweet mood. Didn’t get my PRS (email me later for the acronym explanation or ask Nat) but it will be good to lounge on my couch, eat chocolate and generally veg out after all this travellin’.

    Talk to you soon, Isha

  8. Aw, Brampton. I haven’t been there in ages. You have just inspired me to call Glen and plan a trip.

  9. I watched that Freaks and Geeks DVD in a weekend and loved every minute of it. I seemed to have missed it when it was actually on TV.

    Awesome to hear about your exhibit. Best of luck on that. The photos on your site are excellent.

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