|Sunday, January 29th, 2006|
|Saturday, January 28th, 2006|
Join! I was sorted into Ravenclaw and I love the community! The sorting application is not difficult, and you get two chances to re-apply if there is a problem with the application! The members are very, very nice and easy-going. Check it out!
PS: If any of you are upset by my spammage, or it isn't allowed, I'll delete it. Excuse me!
|Monday, January 16th, 2006|
to create a second season of Firefly. Now that would be something, talk about a revolution in how tv shows are produced.
|Sunday, December 25th, 2005|
Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, I hope you all have a wonderful holiday.
|Monday, December 19th, 2005|
So, how have the last twenty years treated you? Did you do all those things I wanted to do? Have you led a happy life and had all of the successes I wished for in my twenties?http://www.futureme.org/
~~ A novel, and curious approach to sending messages to yourself. Personally, I think its a great idea, of course, this means you need to keep an email address for this long - but despite that hurdle, wouldn't it be rather interesting to receive an email from yourself from 20 years in your past. I wonder if you would sound like yourself or if it would sound like a stranger? Interesting enough, I think I'll try it out. How about you?
|Wednesday, December 14th, 2005|
|Tuesday, December 13th, 2005|
|Friday, December 9th, 2005|
|Saturday, November 26th, 2005|
|Wednesday, November 23rd, 2005|
|Saturday, November 19th, 2005|
First, proof that google programmers have too much time on their hands:Google in 1334!
or google backward
! Or for unofficial google, Gizoogle - Fo all you beotches who wanna find shiznit
to slang up any website. Personally? I like backward google...but you have to be able to both read backward and type that way too!
Next, *giggle*, check out this "e-business"
by the name of "Huh?" and read all the links of their page.
I love some of their info about themselves. ( talk about customer service...Collapse )
And speaking of humorous businesses, there's a real one close to where I live called Matt's Hotdogs. I LOVE the signs they hang in their building, which include (very close versions of) the following:
Special! Buy 100 hot dogs and get a small drink with a lot of ice for half the price!
Do you like ketchup, pickles, and onions? Then buy a hot dog! Nature's perfect oral condiment delivery device.
Mission Statement - we were told that every business should have a mission statement to motivate employees, so here's ours: We will try really, really hard not to fall asleep on the job, though please understand that sometimes we're just really, really tired. But if we do fall asleep, we'll try our hardest to dream about giving the best customer service possible.
Finally, follow this link
's journal to find out which is hotter...heaven or hell?
|Thursday, November 17th, 2005|
|Thursday, November 10th, 2005|
geek pick up lines
-You must be Windows 95 because you gots me so unstable.
-Want to see my Red Hat?
-They don't call me Bones because I'm a doctor.
-If you turn me down now, I will become more drunk than you can possibly imagine.
-Tell me of this thing you humans call *dramatic pause* love.
-Girl, I wish I was your differential, because then I'd be touching all your curves.
-Be my queen and mate me with your knight moves.
-Resistance is futile.
-If you have an empty slot, I have the card to fill it.
-Jedi Mind Trick: "This is the geek you're looking for." *waves hand*
-You can put a Trojan on my Hard Drive anytime.
these were the best taken from a 4 part bbspot post.
p.s. sorry i havent posted in a long while.
|Thursday, November 3rd, 2005|
|Friday, September 23rd, 2005|
today i learned...
Today I learned that:
a) over 23% of all photocopier malfunctions come from people photocopying their butts.
b) every year 100 people die from choking on ballpoint pens, worldwide.
c) Alexander Graham Bell's mother and wife were both deaf.
and d)25% of our bones are in our feet.
Yeah, I have alot of time on my hands.
|Sunday, September 18th, 2005|
For those who've been trapped in an interdimensional pocket of space time....or not..
I assume that most of you already know about the upcoming release of Joss Wheadon's film Serenity
. Doesn't this film look absolutely amazing? I was a moderate fan of Firefly(due to the fact I could never actually catch the program), but since I've purchased the DVDs I've fell in love with another of Joss' creations. I've got plans to catch a viewing of the film on the day of it's release,perhaps if enough of us SciFi fans put forth an effort we'll be able to de-throne Titanic.And if Serenity is well received by us movie goers, perhaps Joss will decide to pitch the renewal of Firefly. I realize it's probably a futile cause, but I'm going to contribute.
Here's a website dedicated to Serenity,it includes a trailer and some info. Serenity Goodness
|Tuesday, September 13th, 2005|
interesting tidbit that featherspy
may be interested in...
13 people and one community have "sex god bob saget" listed as an interest.
this frightens me... Current Mood: amused
|Monday, September 12th, 2005|
Garfield & Friends Volume 4 is out!
Fraggle Rock Season One is out! (although I could only find it at Best Buy..)
And Looney Tunes has been out for a while but I am just now buying it, haha.
And for any of you math nerds...
try graphing this on your graphing calculator...
the first is:
and the second is:
great for your nerdy sweetheart...