Monthly Archives: August 2004

Evil Genius! Woo!

I AM 73% EVIL GENIUS! Evil courses through my blood. Lies and deceit motivate my evil deeds. Crushing the weaklings and idiots that do nothing but interfere in my doings. Take the EVIL GENIUS test at

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I survived, hooray! Made deadline with half an hour to spare, and would actually have been earlier but I was puttering around waiting in case some of the folks I was waiting for actually got back to me. Yay. I … Continue reading

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Friday Foofah

This week’s Friday Foofah. I helped with this one! Yay me!

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Wow, sometimes our President’s inability to express himself takes a turn for the ironic. Unless he’s really quite intelligent, just pretending to be an idiot, and takes a sick pleasure in telling it like it is: “Our enemies are innovative … Continue reading

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This is why I still admire Roger Ebert, even as he is aging and making the occasional mistake in his reviews. His review of “The Princess Diaries 2” is brilliant, honest, and funny. I can tell he hated the film, … Continue reading

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I am not dead…

… I just wish I were. I’m working a jillion hours a day trying to make a horrible deadline this Friday. Gah. So… yeah. that’s why posting has been weird lately. I haven’t got the brainpower to post properly.

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What kind of cat am I?


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What religion best suits me?

Well, this is an interesting outcome. I’d say it’s about 80% right.

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Things that make me go “yay!”

I got a freelance gig with NetFlix. A college buddy of mine (who I used to have a crush on) saw the photos from the wedding and said I look hot. Nothing like a sweet little job and an ego … Continue reading


Nulla Salus Sine the Hives

Well, I managed to see The Hives over the weekend. Yay! Looked for a bit like I might not get tickets, then the friend I was going to go with got sick and I had to cast about for a … Continue reading