Nov. 13th, 2008 01:13 pm
xoder: (Muppet Peter)
Made with the Muppet Generating Tool at FAO Schwarz.

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Oct. 21st, 2008 04:01 pm
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You like the new icon?
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Read this comment by MeFi user nasreddin. The thing that caught my mind was the High School sports T-Shirts. One time I was out and wearing my Science Swimming T-Shirt. Someone stopped me and said, "Ha, I get it. There's no science in swimming." Setting aside from the incredible level of science involved in modern competitive swimming, I simply stared blankly at them and said, "No, it's not ironic. I went to Bronx Science and was on the Swim Team."

Dead end of Western Civilization, indeed.
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Thanks, [ profile] the_xtina for getting me hooked on yet another webcomic (that doesn't have an RSS feed).

Rather than muddying up my account with a gazillion entries, I shall post my several gazillion favorites in link form, arranged categorically. I'm only kinda sorry about the linkdumping.

History Jokes:

Internets are Serious Business:

9/11 changed everything: somewhat offensive 9/11 humor

Higher education:

The War:

Other Politics: (related: )

Just wrong (in that right sort of way): (very NSFW, see (SFW) meta comic here: ) (Poly?) (Reminds me of a shirt my roommate has) (I'm tempted to put this up around work) (posted during the crazy Wii demand)
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I found this cool solar-burned photo on Google Street View last week. Enjoy a 1.3MiB PNG. That's what I get for desiring exactitude. Dial-up beware.
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Mar. 20th, 2007 11:14 pm
xoder: (Polymath)
I'm at work, slowly working. Fun is happening a lot lately: new friends, exhibition/promotion test today, sleep dep silliness and
other goodness.
xoder: (Baby Resperator)
Let us say you're a superintendent. Why in holy fuck do you have 3 numbers I can contact you at AND YOU NEVER ANSWER THEM OR RETURN MY CALLS WHEN THERE IS WATER DRIPPING FROM MY FUCKING CEILING?


Oct. 23rd, 2006 09:57 am
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Am I the only one that thinks 10/23 should also be a Discordian holiday. Unfortunately its only the 4th day of Aftermath. Tomorrow is Maladay, though.

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Asian Plastic Surgery:
"Preserving Asian Identity Through Cosmetic Surgery" came up while I was reading my MTA weekend travel advisories. A rather large part of me wants to say "what the fuck?" The rest wants to say, "You meant to say 'well-equipped" there in the last paragraph, didn't you?"
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Before I get down to business, I'd like to say that yesterday I did the usual run yesterday in 18/19 minutes (I don't remember which...).
What is interesting, to me, is that so many of our behaviors and feelings in the now are strongly influenced, if not outrightly dictated by our behaviors and feelings in the past. For instance, of late I've been spending time with people from BxSci, and I treat them much the same way as I used to. Sam will always be short and look like Bill Gates, even if he doesn't anymore. I'll likely always flop over Kitri and Chloe, even as we've all aged I've realized that for one reason or another, a relationship with either probably wouldn't work. There are other examples, but these are the most glaring to me.

Lately I've been having trouble meeting and speaking with new people. I just kind of clam up. I've always held myself to be extroverted, but in reality, if I have nothing to say, I'd stay quiet, except that I really, really dislike silence. I like hearing stories from people, and I feel that I have no stories of my own. Other people's exploits are so funny, amusing, heart-rending, beautiful, and more while mine are simply how I live my life day to day. I realize that to a certain extend, even these others probably don't see their stories that way.

I also think that I've been even more annoying than usual. Talking when I shouldn't, pressing points I should drop, being sleepy when I should be actively following along with the group, and more!

Blah. Back for another downward swing, I guess. I should have been able to tell because I started writing in here again.

Oh, and we still don't know whether we've got the apartment yet. The management company was supposed to interview us yesterday and give us their decision. But they did not.
xoder: (Tao Antialiased)
As Delwin said:

Happy 6-9

(much better than 6-6)


May. 24th, 2006 10:30 am
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Me, in doll form )
If anyone wants to fine-tune it, please do not hesitate. Or, even better, post yourself!
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The sad, sad mailboxes The sad, sad mailboxes
Saw these on 5th Avenue in the upper 20s, low 30s when I was walking with [ profile] charleniehead. There are, in fact, others.

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You Are Beautiful
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Image:Tbsd-501.jpg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
This photo is awesome. It makes me want to make an icon of it. Read the story attached as well.
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So, on Monday morning, at Delancy Street, I said "Gehzundheit" (or however it's spelt) to a lady on the train that sneezed. She said, "Thank You," as though no one ever said such a thing, like she was genuinely surprised that a random stranger would wish her well during her morning commute.

Whee text

Jan. 22nd, 2006 10:08 am
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So, excepting my usual ad-libbing, here's what I said last night at [ profile] malual's mom's house last night:
Wherein Peter uses his certification )

You know, That was a lot of fun, I should find out what kind of registration I need (as I do need some kind of registration) to do that sort of thing in NYC.
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