Friday, October 26, 2007

What would you grab?

1) Smith and Wesson (the kittehs, not my revolvers)
2) My MacBook Pro, its external drive (my iPod and iPhone are always in my purse)
3) Purse
4) The Still in the Box Darth Vader
5) The "Seize the Day" birthday card from my dad
6) The Sig Sauer, the other Smith and Wessons and ammunition

If time permits:
My baby photo album, the SHAG print of the Tea Cup Ride at Disney Land, Melodia Pants, and Ballroom Dance dresses (my shoes are already in the car in the car)

What to Save From a Fire - TIME

Monday, October 15, 2007

How soon the internets forget...

the meaning of being kirked?

Amway/Quixtar... good luck with that.

On a somewhat related note, Mark told me that there are some scuzzy lawyers who are now putting copyright notices on their cease and desist letters to keep people from scanning them and putting on their blogs for the whole world to see that they are scuzzy lawyers.

Ugh. Fail. Once it is sent to you, it is your property. If you don't want it posted, don't send it. Just the same as you should always check the "to:" field in your email program to be sure that you didn't copy the entire address book when you were whining about how you had nothing to do.

Wednesday, October 03, 2007

From Fark:

NikolaiFarkoff, in a thread about secession convention currently taking place:

I don't think most modern Southerners would oppose the burning of Atlanta at this point.

Yep. I would concur.