huh. i was getting used to mozilla, but you know, i’m kinda digging opera…
bigwig has noted that a charity in nc called “operation sleep tight” has raised the money for 600 sleeping bags to be sent to the freezing folks in afghanistan, but they can’t afford to have them delivered.
anybody feel like starting a cause to get them there? we ought to be able to get a big name carrier to chuck them in the hold of a plane, right? or get the state department to ship them? if enough of us pester them?
we’ve done all this work to free them of an oppressive government, just like iraq. shouldn’t we make sure they survive the winter too? back me up, here.
i actually took this picture almost a week ago, but it’s taken me this long to get it off the card. shut up. my only remaining windoze box is upstairs, where it’s *cold!*
you did a great job in the game, solly. that’ll teach ya! “whataya expect from a webgame? a happy ending?”
i just fought with my snowblower for twenty minutes and still can’t get it started. and now my hands reek of gasoline, too.
the snow’s not really even deep enough to worry about, but we’re supposed to get freezing rain tonight, and i probably won’t be able to get the snowblower thru the ice crust after that.
thank god for blizzak tires.
well, i didn’t get immunity, but nobody voted me off, either…
i wonder if that means i’m not a threat or not boring…
anyway, you can click on the “more” to see my immunity entry, if you want. but you should definitely go see liz’s entry and be sure to download the audio. it’s *so* cool.
god, what a night. i just had one nightmare after another all night long. the last was twelve simultaneous attacks in new york (and no one would let me watch the news). yeesh. i’m exhausted, and i really want to go back to bed, but i don’t foresee it getting any better…
men. yes you. go read this.
are you still here? this is not a suggestion. not a recommendation. if you deal with women in your day-to-day life (this does not mean straight, it means don’t live in a cave or a monastery) read it now. take notes. and study. you were asking for a guide to women. this is it. with luck, it will have additions soon, and be published.
go. shoo. now. go.
i can never understand how some people (most of my friends, and everyone in magazines) can have such neat, clean, organized homes. i have clutter everywhere. i’m a little bit of a martha, but only when it comes to cooking and decorating. i know i can clean and organize. i put up an etagere in my bathroom, and suddenly it’s always clean. so i should be able to do the same thing in the kitchen and the living room and the bedroom. but it just doesn’t happen. i have books and magazines and mail and notes and receipts and stuff everywhere. the only reason my dining room table is “clean” is because i had to bring my more delicate plants in from the porch, and they needed a place to sit. i swear, one cold night, i’m just going to get drunk and chuck everything into the fire. that’s the only way it’s going to happen. it drives me nuts.