Monthly Archive: May 2005

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kill me now

Maple Sugar Coated Cashews from the farmer’s market downstairs… can’t. stop. eating them. And of course the bag isn’t resealable… *sigh*

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*groan*

When you’ve been pursuaded to step out after an already warm evening of laundry and wine drinking, always remember to ask for a glass of water before you leave his place to walk home. Oh my head. But hey farmer’s...

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more reasons to download…

I know a Celine Dion a while ago was attempting to kill macs through its copy protection, apparently the new DMB cd has some issues as well with the data content. Photo Matt ยป Dave Matthews Stand Up Fun! I...

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see the crack?

I’m pondering a trip to Philadelphia over Memorial Day weekend, to visit Mike and Lindsay… Jenifer, my usual weekend running buddy will be recovering from surgery, and the train will cost around $100. I think it’d be fun, but I...

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permission to say “no”

Jenifer and I often have talks about how many people lack the concept of personal responsibility, whether for large or small things. There are people that can never make a decision, hoping (and sometimes knowing) that others will always do...

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iPod vending machine

For that moment you realize you forgot to pack your iPod shuffle: iPod vending machine I know these are in the Atlanta and San Fran airports, but at least the one in SFO also has Pepto and toothbrushes and the...

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finally… progress!

I’ve been catching up today on the current season of Enterprise leading up to the final episode. I just watched the opening of “In a Mirror, Darkly” (the mirror universe episode). Overall the series is still paltry, but the prelude...

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Guild [Workin’ My Nerves] Wars

I bought Guild Wars recently, and to its credit, it is a wonderful game, there is no monthly fee, the graphics are stunning, musical score is fantastic without being distracting, the character models are all gorgeous (of course) and the...

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caught the shutter bug

Last night I played around with a fun program, it connected my digital camera directly to my PC, bypassing the memory card altogether, and gave me complete control over the camera settings from the keyboard. That’s not such a big...