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04/02/2004: "School, Work, and Counterstrike"

music: Van Halen - Jump, Smashing Pumpkins - Zero, Alanis Morisette - Ironic, Linkin Park - Mymood: Much better than worse

I've neglected you all for a few days, sorry! (although, I never know who you are because you never leave comments... lurkers!)

Today, I learned about differential coffee, painted a cookie can black, and scanned many barcodes at work (can you believe they pay me to do that!?). That was all before I got home. Then I got home, ate, and played CS. I was on tonight. In fact, for the first time, I maintained, long term, a 4:1 kill:death ratio. And
I did it on Seattle T3 CS 1.5 #2 to boot.

Then I looked at pictures of the UW's Trash Can Robot. Then I wondered how it is that KIRO will come to interview a trah can, but they don't even mention that a local team won the entire Pacific Northwest Region in a national robotics competition. Sigh.

Speaking of the dumbness of the media, toight on the news there was a segment on how this movie called "10.5" showed the Space Needle falling over. How dumb is that. Seriously, that is the least important thing ever. Well, not quite ever, but tis so unimportant its ridiculous, and here's this 5 minute news item on it. The media is so dumb.

Next up, I talked with Bobby abut Color Spaces, and then I thought that maybe I should do some homework. Then I ate graham crackers and decided to write this post instead. Well, the order is a little mixed up there, but thats the general idea.

Rich signed my fmaily up to clean the building tomorrow, and since its conference week, we get to do it at 7:45. Hurray for friends.

Obviously I didn't write this one in Word.

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on Tuesday, April 6th, Bobby Moretti said

I read your blog often enough. Keep posting!


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