Monthly Archives: December 2006

It’s Something Something Something Time!

Now, that was a pleasant Christmas. It started for me on Thursday evening, where I braved holiday shoppers to buy components to get my computer set up how I wanted it, and was able to do said setting up with … Continue reading

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Christmas!

If they all start doing this, I’m going to have to upgrade my power plant.

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Have a Homics Comics Christmas!

I took Friday off from work to catch up on some comics reading (one must have priorities) but instead I ended up doing some last-minute shopping and screwing around with a misbehaving computer. Still, I have been doing a fair … Continue reading

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This Del.icio.us Week

Shared bookmarks for del.icio.us user Legomancer Pitchfork Feature: The Top 100 Tracks of 2006 I should track these down and give them a listen, but lately I’ve become agreeable towards teh fact that if I don’t hear every good song … Continue reading

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Did You Know?

Sophia Myles, who played Reinette in the Doctor Who episode “The Girl in the Fireplace” also played Audrey in Art School Confidential, where she does a topless scene! You’re welcome.

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Two Wishes for 2007

First, that someone in the computer industry makes this crap history: It’s the 21st Century, people. This is ridiculous. And second, that the guy who thought it would be excellent if a computer cable had FREAKIN BARBS ON IT walks … Continue reading

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Retreat from Empiricism

This is an article you can’t afford not to read. People are finally starting to wonder exactly how far we as a nation can go so long as reality is defined solely by Dick Cheney. Over the last three years, … Continue reading

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So I’m Playing a Game of Power Grid, and Things Get REALLY Confrontational…

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