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My Nike Wishlist Haul

Well, my chance at getting my Nike Wishlist came true. But first, I gotta say thanks to the No Ka Oi connection for a dream come true. I thought visiting the Nike Company Store in Beaverton, Oregon was a long shot, but the Nike gods were with me. Let’s rewind to a Thursday morning in […]

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Summertime Sadness

Yes, this is a song from Lana Del Rey that I just heard, but really this song title reminded me that my loose clothes are now snug after all that eating in Oregon and Seattle.

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Nike Wishlist Update 4

From my (hopefully discounted) Nike Wishlist, I have to sadly remove the LeBrons. Although now a Laker, the King has his same feet that aren’t like mine. Therefore, the LeBron signature shoes just don’t fit me well. Getting into the hightop version was tough, but my eye was on the low top version. To get […]

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Nike Wishlist Update 3

This wishlist update is a fast turnaround. Since I removed shoes from the list in Update 2,  of course, I need to fill those positions with other desires. Currently, the wishlist stands at: Air Max 97 VaporMax/Air VaporMax Plus ($190) Air Max 270 ($170) Odyssey React ($120) React Vapor Street Flyknit ($180) LeBron 15 Low […]

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Nike Wishlist Update 2

It’s time for another Nike Wishlist update. Update 1 ended looking like this: Air Max 97 VaporMax/Air VaporMax Plus ($190) Air Max 270 ($170) Odyssey React ($120) React Vapor Street Flyknit ($180) LeBron 15 Low ($150) Air Jordan 1 ($145) ACG Dog Mountain ($110) Thanks to Nordstrom’s redemption, I can strike out #6, the Air Jordan […]

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A Day of Working to Work

Sadly, today was a day of working in order to get work done. Instead of doing productive work, I had to do work that would eventually enable productive work. I completed a few mandatory online training sessions, and I filled out several justifications why I needed “non-standard” apps. Why do I need Pixelmator instead of […]

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Nordstrom Redemption and Air Jordan Color-blindness

Nordstrom has redeemed itself, partially at least. Last you remember, Nordstrom cancelled my discounted order for a pair of Air Jordan 1 mid, in a shadow-like colorway (I’ve since learned that these are not THE premium Shadow AJ1 highs). They just couldn’t fulfill the order. But seeing the here-now-gone-tomorrow nature of these shoes, I persisted, […]

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Deleting Bulk Email from Gmail

With thousands of unread email in Gmail, it was time to clean house. But just how do you select more than one screen worth of email at a time in Gmail? As a product from Google, I should have known better – you use search. Yup, in the Gmail search bar, you do something like […]

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eBay Tip: Too New Isn’t Good

By now you know you can find completely random items at Ross. Most items are from last season or even older. But once in awhile, you find some newer items. In fact, some items are still being sold by retailers. Take these Air Jordan Trainer 2 Flyknits for example. While this model is still available […]

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Lychee Monitoring at Target

First off, who knew Target stores in Hawaii sold lychee? Must be quite a few people knew since Target is now monitoring lychee sales upon checkout. Yes, Target cashiers watch how much lychee you’re buying. And don’t think you can outsmart the system by going to self check-out. The POS systems are programmed to halt […]

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