I don't have much to say today since the entirety of my environment in the past few days has remained both limited and constant. If I had any important observations, I could say that I went back through the posts that I have made since I have gotten over here and I realized how the sharpness of my mind has slowly eroded. Either that or I am succumbing to the pressure of keeping the posts as entertaining as possible - nobody wants to read a transcript of what happened in sunday school.
I finished reading The Quiet American yesterday. Great book by Graham Greene. Fascinating story set in 1950s French occupied Vietnam. Talked with the rig safety guy yesterday about Vietnam, all I know is he's from the UK and "I'm not English;" he says Vietnam is the best place in Asia. He's not the first to say that. I like to take people's word for it in a lot of situations, it makes life fun. I write broken sentences sometimes. I start my sentences with I a lot. That's enough.
I've finished The Doors of Perception and Brave New World by Aldous Huxley, Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell, and Amerika by Franz Kafka since I got here, and I'm starting On the Road by Jack Kerouac now. Huxley is the best.
We had BBQ again last night and I again ate three or four lamb chops. We were assembling the BHA on the drill floor chanting Bar-be-que in the hopes that we would be finished in time to catch dinner. I thought it was funny. To be honest, I was the only one chanting BBQ, I confused everyone else in the area. Made it to the BBQ on time.
There was a rainbow over the water today, pretty cool I guess.
Ok, I quit, not much good here today. Take care everybody.