Monday, May 09, 2005

IMAO T-Shirt!

My IMAO t-shirt came in! I'm going to wear it to class tomorrow. Yeah - that'll show the liberals.

Then again, they'll probably think I'm one of their own what with the UN logo.

Oddly, I dreamt I won 50 dollars in a raffle last night. The raffle was this coming Thursday. What I find odd is that I only dreamt about 50 dollars. What the hell? Couldn't I have won like 500 or something? Seriously. Dreams stink when you only get an hour's worth of them.

Autorantic Virtual Moonbat!

From "ItsaGleeson"

The wonderful Autorantic Virtual Moonbat decided to pay me a visit! *cheers*

You can talk to him too.

Sunday, May 08, 2005

Michael Graham Kicks @$$

He showed up to a rally that was meant to protest the Real ID Act (you know, the one that makes it tougher for people who are here illegaly to get drivers' licenses) wearing an INS T-shirt.

A level of jackassery I WISH I could have thought of.

Bravo man, bravo.

Read his account here.

RANDOM UPDATE: Looks like everyone's favorite Michelle Malkin (that of course being Michelle Malkin) took pictures of the rally.

Happy Mothers' Day!

I wonder if they're going to create a Blogmother's day or something similar. I already seem to have gotten a wish list asking for adult magazines and edible undergarments for this mysterious "BlogGrandpa Day" - I'm suspicious.

But aside from that, happy mothers' day to all you mommehs out there! ^-^

Saturday, May 07, 2005

Ugh, Part XVII

So my HP Pavilion ze4300 laptop is about ready to call it a life, I think. The power cord and battery are both fidgeting, and I keep having to resort to drastic measures to keep the computer charging. The battery has only gone above 95% capacity twice in the last three weeks. It also has a serious problem with overheating, and I'm really unsure what to do about that. I'm not exactly a computer genius here.

It's gotten so bad that I've been unable to do any Alliance Work recently, which is a shame.

Final Exams are approaching. Let's all cringe.

Final Exam Schedule:
Psychology: Saturday May 14: 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM
PRAXIS I: Monday May 16: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Chemistry: Tuesday May 17: 10:30 AM -12:30 PM
Biology: Thursday May 19: 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Physics; Thursday My 19: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Bulls lost. That's it for them. Rockies are losing again. Haven't watched a team win since April 27. The streak continues.

And next person who cries "Theocracy" gets smacked upside the head.

Thursday, May 05, 2005

I Feel All Orderly

Yes, I certainly do.

Wednesday, May 04, 2005

New Logo

Matches the background more. I'll deal with the green at a later date.

The banner is from

(Via Tom and moehawk)

Again With The Bureaucracy

I cannot stand the very fact we have "The Commitee on Commitees". What in the world are they supposed to be doing? It's like the freakin' United Nations over here, except since its college, none of the sex involves 12-year-old Africans. It's supposed to keep an eye on the rest of our committees, such as the Student Affairs Committee and the Academic Standards Committee and all sorts of other things. But I think I've found the REAL truth.

Ten quick facts about the "Committee on Committees"

1) The Committee on Committees was created to provide as a scapegoat in case one of the other committees screwed up.

2) The Chair of the Committee on Committees, however, does not have a son that works for Cotecna.

3) Pat O' Brien is not involved with the Committee on Committees, though I hear that he thinks it's so f*n hot!

4) Committee shares its first four letters with Communism - therefore, committees are marxist organizations bent on total control of the globe.

5) Capitalism shares its first four (and even five) letters with Capitulation, which means its very mysterious that France is so socialist.

6) The CoC serves to make sure that no one can figure out who's actually supposed to be doing what.

7) In this sense, it is a model organization.

8) Surprisingly for a college campus, there are no protest babes for the CoC.

9) The Committee on Committees is such a ridiculous concept, that it has its own entry in the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.

9a) No it doesn't.

10) If I somehow wind up dealing with the CoC, it probably will not look good on my record.

Now, for those of you who work in actual jobs (as in you're not a college student) - do your workplaces have these bureaucratic monstrosities as well?

11) UPDATE: This post has been submitted to IMAO's Carnival of Comedy. Huzzah!

12) If you're curious, there is no Committee on Making George Lucas Pay. Yet.

Too. Much. Ace.

With much thanks to William Teach of the Pirate's Cove, I've "updated" my TTLB eco-system status to reflect more frequent visits to Ace of Spades HQ. Just remember - you have to be into Betsy. (Scroll down to the end of the sidebar - about 2/5 of the way down)

Actual news coming between 6 and 7 PM. I get to participate in an experiment at 4. O_O

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Quote of The Day

"Those who like ladies also like tanks." - Y. S. Kim

Well said man, well said.

Monday, May 02, 2005

I wasn't aware I thought this either.

Um... heh? (via The PuppyBlender)

Sunday, May 01, 2005

Welcome To May

Spilled 32 ounces of root beer, and it's seeped under the fridge. The room is 198 square feet (college double), and the spill is approximately 13 1/2 square feet. It may not seem like much, except it's where ALL the wiring is. A couple sparks so far, hoping that I can get the rest without too much else.

Normally I wouldn't post something like this, but usually one's outlook for an entire month hinges on how the first day goes. Well, for me anyway. So spills and shocks for the next 31 days.

That and final exams.

UPDATE (3:30 PM): I accidentally deleted Microsoft Notepad from my computer (don't ask), and the Metapad add on that goes with it. I wasn't too keen on metapad, so can anyone tell me if there's a place I can download Notepad again?

UPDATE II (6:30 PM): At 4:45, my computer caught fire. Again, don't ask. I managed to get it fixed, though.

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