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    Tuesday, December 6th, 2011
    2:58 am
    is it still a bender if it's premeditated?


    Posted via m.livejournal.com.

    Friday, February 26th, 2010
    2:21 pm
    France is ridiculous
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/08599196729900

    You (local politicians) are going to scream 'discrimination' against non-Muslim customers because a burger joint decides to use turkey instead of bacon?

    Seriously?
    Saturday, February 6th, 2010
    11:00 pm
    ENTERTAIN ME.
    Friday, January 22nd, 2010
    3:53 pm
    Dear God...
    People I might not agree with can run campaign ads within 30 days of an election, now!

    It is the Night of the Long Knives...
    Wednesday, January 20th, 2010
    10:34 pm
    Stating the obvious on Haiti
    All of the aid and money being sent Haiti's way aren't going to do a thing to make the country a better place. Just as it went from miserable hellhole to hellish disaster zone overnight, it'll simply revert to being a miserable hellhole, at best, once the goods have been handed out, the soldiers are gone, and the media has long since moved on to other stories.

    Haiti's problem isn't that it lacks wealth and resources, but rather that it lacks the security, rule of law and institutions to enable, create and sustain them. And given the almost complete absence of progress the country has made in its 200+ year history toward those ends, it's difficult to see why sending even more aid would change that. "Fixing" Haiti would require a far longer and in-depth effort than anyone is talking about; namely, occupying it and imposing security militarily, further imposing a body of laws and property rights conducive toward attracting investment and development, and sticking around for probably several generations as guarantor of physical and legal stability until the country has developed the institutional and human capacity to maintain itself.

    No one is interested in taking up that task.
    9:06 pm
    Well...
    That was a rather short-lived supermajority...
    Saturday, January 2nd, 2010
    11:57 pm
    Things I will miss about Korea
    The ubiquitous availability of alcohol and the freedom to get drunk as fuck almost anywhere, any time of the day, any day of the week.

    Being able to smoke almost everywhere.

    Brass knuckles and buttefly knives and switchblades sold nonchalantly at street vendors.

    Police who couldn't give a rats ass about all manner of traffic violations. No harm, no foul.

    The delightful seediness of Hooker Hill.

    Soju tents.

    No rae bang girls.

    RDMC!!!.

    Dak galbi.

    Budae jjigae.

    Being paid over $2000 a month for working about 15 - 20 hours a week. ;)

    Ole Stompers.

    Lots of great friends.

    Ah, hell. Still two months to go. Easy to focus on the positive, now.
    Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
    2:12 pm
    T-minus 9 weeks and counting.
    Monday, December 28th, 2009
    10:47 pm
    Here's a great article
    Going to America

    A Ponzi scheme that works
    Dec 17th 2009 | ANNANDALE, VIRGINIA AND DALLAS, TEXAS
    From The Economist print edition

    The greatest strength of America is that people want to live there


    AT ONE of the many Korean restaurants in Annandale, Virginia, a waitress cracks a raw egg into a sizzling tofu-and-oyster stew. Tables buckle under heaps of chili-, garlic- and cabbage-themed side dishes. Every customer is of Korean origin. Is this a sign that Korean immigrants are failing to assimilate in America?

    Far from it. A mother addresses her college-age daughter in Korean; the daughter replies in English. A muscular man with a buzz cut reads a Korean newspaper; his T-shirt proclaims, in English: “Support our Troops”.

    Across the highway, in a building that houses several Korean businesses, Joshua Lee sits on a sofa and explains why he likes living in America. He grew up poor: his father was a day labourer. He did his military service on an American base in Seoul, where he polished his English and learned to like hot dogs. He moved to America in 1990, when he was 27, to study theology in Kentucky. He painted houses to support himself.


    Give it a read.
    Thursday, December 24th, 2009
    1:31 pm
    Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009
    2:00 pm
    All I want for Christmas
    is a date with Bai Ling and/or Jennifer Tilly.
    Monday, December 21st, 2009
    2:25 pm
    Reminding myself...
    ...that you can't fix stupid.

    So I'll just sit back and watch it, instead.
    Thursday, December 10th, 2009
    3:19 pm
    Just a few more weeks...

    Just a few more weeks...

    Just a few more weeks...
    Sunday, December 6th, 2009
    12:55 am
    Saturday, December 5th, 2009
    11:02 pm
    Am I alone in detesting yahoo's new layout? Myriad pop-up windows EVERYWHERE triggered just by moving your mouse about? Fuck that.
    Thursday, December 3rd, 2009
    8:25 pm
    "Factory Hospitals"
    Give this a read.

    Coincidentally enough, I was using something similar to this idea as an argument against the slated healthcare reform with a friend last month. I had no idea it was already happening.
    Friday, November 20th, 2009
    1:24 pm
    Is it really expecting too much of 7 year-olds to think they'd have enough sense to KEEP THE FUCKING DOOR CLOSED on a freezing day?

    Apparently, it is.


    FUCK I hate children.
    Monday, November 16th, 2009
    11:44 pm
    I can already say at this point that playing Gears of War 2 on high definition with a good set of speakers is an entirely different experience than with the ancient tv.
    Sunday, November 15th, 2009
    11:13 pm
    Calling all geeks...
    I have some electronics queries....

    1.
    I bought a Samsung SyncMaster 2333 LCD HDTV/monitor this weekend. I've managed to get my Xbox 360 all hooked up and working fine on it, but I'm unable to get my cable tv to function. Coming from my cable box are three jacks; red, yellow and white. However, the tv only has receptacles for green, blue and red, plus a red and white pair that is labeled as audio. I tried various configurations, but the best I can get is a black and white picture with no audio. What can I do?

    2.
    Back in early 2008, my computer broke down. It was working fine up until I turned it off, disassembled it, and shipped it across town to a new apartment. When I hooked it all back up, there was no image on the monitor. I tried again with a different monitor, same problem. I dusted everything off tonight and hooked it up to the new set, but still the monitor gets no signal. My best guess, based on very limited knowledge, is that my video card must be shot...or could it be something else?

    Any input is greatly appreciated.
    Monday, November 2nd, 2009
    10:03 pm
    I will take this moment to thank Swine Flu hysteria for causing my principal to close my school, giving me a week off.

    Here's to you, pigs!
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