The game is the Open Game: Patzer/Parnham Opening (C20), which is otherwise known as the Terrorist Attack. I knew about this opening but I was left totally surprised! I had the position where I can be checkmated in one move! But the greater surprise is the fact that my opponent didn't do it! The rest of the game is not that significant, although the randomness of the game is obvious, similar to watching an average football (soccer) game where there's a lot of kicking but no points.
What is the lesson? Well... if you want stupid moves, try Lightning or any fast chess. Chess is the philosophers' game, and not the idiots'. The standard game is the way to go. Of course it depends on each person--to each his own (no offense to lightning players). But for me I have to maintain the rational in chess.