Where in the world is Michael Jeung?

Maybe some of you know but I sure don’t. All I know is he no longer posts strange things on our site. I did a google search on him and this is what I came up with:

1. CIS site test. No good since he’s no longer working there. (Why is Jeremy’s face on there?)

2. A not so nice post of an old AIM conversation he had with a friend. (Scroll down to the post dated 7/26/2001)

3. A Brainfarts post about Ask A Ninja.

MJ, I’m calling you out! WHERE ARE YOU?

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  1. Ethan #
    1

    Like the ninja he clearly is, I suppose he will just strike when we least expect it.

  2. The Uber Tuber #
    2

    Seriously! Where the hell are you Mike? I can’t go around being SINGLE dragon! It’s just pathetic.

  3. 3

    Yeah, I’m with Ethan. The man just doesn’t want to be found, he will contact us on his terms. And Pat, maybe you should try going on another date.

  4. The Uber Tuber #
    4

    What I love about your comment, Mark, is that the word “another” belies the fact that the first attempt was so spectacularly NOT a date.

    Also, I need nice short word like “date” to describe the opposite. I’ve been using NDE (non-date event), but it’s merely a stop gap solution. Any suggestions out there?

  5. 5

    Non-date? I don’t think I ever heard this story.

  6. Michael #
    6

    When he isn’t totally invisible, Michael Jeung is spending his free time ruining group photos.

  7. 7

    Hooray! Double Dragon is back! Mike, you look fine in that photo. It’s kind of their fault for taking the photo at what appears to be the end of practice. Plus, the bald guy next to the instructor with the outdated French mustache looks like he’s being goosed by, I dunno, a midget or something. Good to have you back on the web.

    In regards to Pat’s post,
    I like feint. It sounds a tiny bit like “date,” and it expresses the false move idea that you seem to think this was. Also, “plate” (platonic date) would be good if it didn’t already mean “something you eat off of” and sound completely stupid.

    If you really want a term to use, though, let me suggest a Pabo. I think the etymology is obvious. We could also call it a Marbo, which sounds slightly more mellifluous. Marbo does imply that the venture is begun with some hope for the future, but the result is the same.

  8. 8

    You guys make me smile. :)

  9. The Uber Tuber #
    9

    Even though it’s clear that your entire comment was little more than a vehicle to let you use the word “mellifluous”, I love all of your suggenstions. It’s certainly better than what I’ve been using (“thing”; “it”; “y’know”)

    Mike!!!! Where have you been man!? Do you have anytime to hang out?

  10. Ethan #
    10

    “Morbo is pleased that the puny earthlings would choose to name their mating rituals after his greatness, but he demands that his name instead be used to refer to the ritual performed by those who succeed in their reproductive efforts. Wait, not Morbo? Marbo? Marbo! Morbo will destroy Marbo and exterminate all of his pathetic followers!”

  11. 11

    The armies of the great Marbo have not been exterminated by a lifetime of self-doubt and rejection by women. Thanks to mixed messages by the media and an emphasis on neurotic behavior in the online and televised world that crosses over into worship of the afflictions, Marbo’s armies in fact continue to grow. One DVD-movie release a few years after your show ends is no match for the strength of my basket-case bandits.

  12. Ethan #
    12

    “Morbo has had enough of you insolence. Morbo will destroy you all!

  13. Michael #
    13

    My weekend schedule is pretty tightly controlled right now. These days, I spend a lot of time commuting back and forth between fencing communities in Gilroy and Sebastopol. Also going to tournaments and such.

    I’m probably going to be moving apartments in the near future too, since the management at my current place totally sucks. My balcony has been missing (literally, it’s gone) for over four months now. Management refuses to talk with me about it, despite my repeated phone calls and written letters. I purchased a book on California Tenants’ Rights to review my options – but unless I’m willing to risk an eviction, there’s not really a whole lot I can do aside from moving. Withholding rent is not a good way to go, and there’s really nothing in my lease that explicitly references my balcony.

    When I have more time I’m sure we can figure something out.

  14. Ethan #
    14

    “Yes, earthling female, tenant’s rights are indeed a very serious issue. In this case it seems as though the management in question have tiny, inferior brains, and if Morbo were in the place of the puny earthling renter he would exterminate their entire familiy. And now, news from Tinseltown!”

  15. The Uber Tuber #
    15

    Bummer. Sadly, I haven’t taken a single class on landlord tenant law (except for like, a day we spent on it in first year property). The good news is my arms still work, so if you need help carrying boxes when moving day arrives, let me know.

  16. 16

    Maybe one of the apartment manager’s kids needed it for their high school’s Romeo and Juliet production. That sucks, Mike. I applaud your tenacity in researching the apartment code.



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