Archive for September, 2005


Physics homework is clearly something I can’t do at the last minute. Which is why I wish he’d post the assignments further in advance…

Fortunately I’ve thought of a new type of pants, with wire meshes surrounding the pockets. This would produce a faraday cage, which should enable you to steal freely once everyone moves to RFID tags for ‘seamless checkouts’

Also a faraday bookbag would defeat those scanners at the library, letting you check out whatever you wanted anonymously. Right?

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I’M TWENTY-FREAKIN-TWO!!! Nothing to look forward to except the ability to run for president at about 35, and the possibility to regenerate mouse organs in teh br1t3 4uture!!!

I can’t keep track of how much gas prices have risen. This week. Sad right? Makes me wish I’d invested in one of them E-lecktrick cars, man oh man, I’d be laughing right now if I had. Laughing all the way to the bank! Where I’d deposit money! That I’d saved from NOT buying gasoline! Get it?!?!?

Still staying at Mom’s, checking websites and actual written words everyday in an effort to find someone who will take my money and exchange it for rooms and space in which to store my things and self. And Anna (who is still wonderfully sweet and sweetly wonderful but not yet wheatly sunderful as she is made primarily of rice and rarely breaks apart.)

And now some quotes, which I stole, from an article, which I read, by some foreign people, who I’ll probably never meet, about a tragedy, which I didn’t play a part in…

“I am absolutely disgusted. After the tsunami our people, even the ones who lost everything, wanted to help the others who were suffering,” Sajeewa Chinthaka, 36, as he watched a cricket match in Colombo, Sri Lanka. “Not a single tourist caught in the tsunami was mugged. Now with all this happening in the U.S. we can easily see where the civilized part of the world’s population is.”

A female employee at a multinational firm in South Korea said it may have been no accident the U.S. was hit. “Maybe it was punishment for what it did to Iraq, which has a man-made disaster, not a natural disaster,” said the woman, who did not want to be named as she has an American manager. “A lot of the people I work with think this way. We spoke about it just the other day,” she said.

Oh, and some anagrams for New Orleans:
1) Ensnarl Woe – Its pretty tangled in Woe alright
2) Learn We Son – Yep, a lot to be learned
3) Real News No – I don’t think constant coverage is necessary
4) Answer Noel – They should focus on Christmas =D
5) Wean Loners – Self-explanatory
6) Loans Renew – “”
7) Lawns Ere No – Lawns? ‘Ere? No!
8) Sneer On Law – If the looting is any indication.