Linh-Nam, The Block, Starbucks

I went to the Block in Orange with Linh-Nam yesterday. We walked around for a bit and then found a concert being set up. It was the Orance County Music Academy, a school that teaches vocals, guitar, bass, and drums. It basically consisted of a bunch of kids playing rock music. Most of the kids weren’t very good, but were still good enough to produce enjoyable music. They opened with a group of 7 year old girls performing Get This Party Started. Ball and Chain was played rather nicely. It’s funny to hear little boys with high voices singing parts meant for men with much lower voices. There was this large… okay, fat… ugly white girl that was wearing a bunch of like punk crap. Her name was Joanna, I think. I hate it when girls think they’re cute and cool when they dress like dumb asses, conforming to nonconformity or something. She was the singer of her group, and she sand “Hella Good.” The announcer said that “Gwen Stefani has nothing Joanna.” What the hell is that suppose to mean? Sorry, girls like that just annoy me. They actually sounded good for what instruments they had, but it didn’t really sound like the original.
After listening for a couple hours, we went to Starbucks where Nam’s friend Amy works. We sat, drank, and talked for a couple more hours. Amy seems pretty cool. On the way home, we stopped by Taco Bell. Then, Linh-Nam watched some tv at my house until a little past 11.
Oh, and I almost forgot. While on the freeway, a car stopped in front of us due to traffic. Linh-Nam slammed on the brakes but still hit her. It wasn’t a big collision or anything. The two bolts on his plate put two small “puncture wounds” on her bumper. Of course, the bitch still wants to pursue him paying for a new bumper. I’d just overlook something like that. I mean, your car still works completely, right? And it wasn’t a new or impressive looking car or anything. On the plus side, she was wearing a cute skirt.