The Lost Legend of Long’s Peak

Two things:

1) Get Shorty is a highly entertaining movie. Easily one of my favorites within the “ganster” genre.

2) I had a blood test on Friday that returned 112,000. Although this is just a little shy of a normal count (150,000-400,000), it’s the highest count I’ve had, without drugs, since my Junior year. In essence, this means that the chapter in my life on Medical Enigma #2 has been drawn to a close. And that’s a wonderful, comforting feeling.

About Mark Egge

Two truths and a lie: Mark Egge is an outdoor enthusiast, opera singer, and a transportation data scientist. He lives in Bozeman, Montana.
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7 Responses to The Lost Legend of Long’s Peak

  1. Hopealess says:

    I’m stoked for you. Some of us were really worried for awhile there.

    Thanks for the camping invite. I am tagging along again soon.

  2. jaderobbins says:

    I’m going to hax your gibson and change the “get firefox” image below to a “love the internet explorer your in” one :P

  3. markegge says:

    Jade, I don’t know what you’re talking about. Mel Gibson is NOT a hack, and The Passion of the Chirst is one of the most compelling movies ever to grace the silver screen.

  4. carter says:

    Mark, your comment makes no sense at all.

  5. Upidivl says:

    Uh, Mark, when he said “Gibson” he was referring to the highly accurate hacking movie by the name of Hackers. The Gibson was the super computer owned by the bad guys or whatever. Come on man. :-)

  6. Hopealess says:

    you are intriciscally no good
    you have a heart thats made of wood
    and you are only biding time
    only reciting memorized lines….

    you have no love but only goals
    how very empty is your soul
    it is a soul that feels no thrill
    it is a soul that could easily kill….

    HA! I actually made a muscial connection!

  7. jaderobbins says:

    mark, while no one else seems to get the joke in your post, i do.