City Pages - Boys in the Corner

City Pages - Boys in the Corner

This article was mentioned on two blogs that I haphazardly read. You might have missed it like I did. I don’t know if I agree, but sometimes funny is funny, and in this case, his appraisal of Wes Anderson made me laugh.

(remember that I loved the Life Aquatic, even though it is indeed flawed)

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Bike Stuff

Thanks to the blog of a friend of a random stranger (well, she sent me a message on the personals, then I googled her, and her blog was interesting enough to keep reading, but she never answered my messages - for shame!) I have been thinking about revising my expensive and sweaty commuting strategy into a completely different expensive and sweaty commuting strategy. I drove down to the hub coop because some part of me assumed that coop employees would sneer less at my goober-from-Iowa persona that I wear when shopping for things. I met a nice bearded gentleman named Michael who overestimated the length of my legs while showing me the one single used bike that fell into my vague recommendations. Then he showed me the dreamy Bianchi Volpe and Bianchi Castro Valley bikes.

^_^ *melt* <3 <3 <3

Uh, sorry about that.

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Tequila Cocktails

Tequila Cocktails - Viva Tequila

Just for my notes. What?

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Summer

It’s summer, and I have carefully configured my schedule to maximize my non-school-and-work time. That mean that you all benefit from my easy availability (assuming that you operate on some sort of normal schedule or preferably one a few hours delayed and powered by the internet) and my constant posting of rambling, punchy, and witty blog posts. I benefit by having reduced my stress levels to record lows — witness my general non-freakout over having my financial aid suspended. Sure, I made some wild posts and I had a little trouble sleeping, but it was nothing like finals week where my brain came to a rolling boil and foamed up over the top of my head.

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Paul is nice

[20050708 20:58:28] Paul: i’m obsessed with this guy named jesse

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/\ \_\ \  \ \ \ \_\ \ \ \  \  \
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Thanks Paul, but I have a gir- oh. No I don’t.

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My Little Pony

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My Little Pony Fair :: International Collectors Convention and Expo!

Right here in Coffman! International!

Paul and I showed remarkable restraint when faced with grown adults lugging giant tubs of glittery ponies through the ground floor of Coffman. We didn’t chortle or laugh until we were in the elevator.

Listen to the theme!

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Spamusement! Poorly-drawn cartoons inspired by actual spam subject lines!

Spamusement! Poorly-drawn cartoons inspired by actual spam subject lines!

me: oh, look, I have 5000 spam mails
paul: doesn’t gmail clean those out every 30 days?
me: yes

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boo-gle

google502

When google goes down it’s like my brain ceases to function. Oh, wait, it’s two AM.

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What did I do today?

I mean, besides lose my desk at the office and have to bring all my stuff home because there is no home for it in the designer bullpen. And meet my new boss. And go to CSci 4011, where I found out that I forgot to include the tuple when creating the context free language for five of the problems that I thought that I had down pat. The tuple! How could I — oh, you don’t care. It’s shaping up to be a B.

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This is how we do things in the country

I don’t know how many times I have listened to that Slim Cessna song.

Here’s what it looks like when I do my CSci 4011 homework. The salt is important to my productivity.

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