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Sticky Goals Post Mar. 9th, 2010 @ 01:05 pm
Short Term Goals:
  1. Pay off: Credit Cards
  2. Pay off: Car Loan
  3. Pay off: Student Loan
  4. Start Double Paying Mortgage
  5. Save Money for Trip: possibly AU or London, (Alaska?)
Long Term Goals:
  1. Debt Free in Ten years.

More Corporate Media Non-News May. 1st, 2006 @ 04:47 pm


Somehow, Stephen Colbert was invited to be the headlining guest speaker at the Washington Press Corp Dinner, which Bush also attended. Listen to Colbert rip into the Bush Administration and the so-called "Liberal Media". It's painful to watch, but that's Colbert's style, and I love it. Perhaps even more interesting is the fact that the President got himself tore a new asshole on live TV, and no major news media outlet even bothered reported it.

I can't post this to blogger for some reason...

I feel strange... Jun. 17th, 2005 @ 03:31 pm
There is a disturbance in the force.
music: Band of Horses - Bass Song

Ecological Footprint Quiz (http://www.earthday.net/footprint/index.asp#) Jun. 15th, 2005 @ 11:39 am
CATEGORYACRES
FOOD4.9
MOBILITY0.7
SHELTER5.2
GOODS/SERVICES5.4
TOTAL FOOTPRINT16
  • IN COMPARISON, THE AVERAGE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT IN YOUR COUNTRY IS 24 ACRES PER PERSON.
  • WORLDWIDE, THERE EXIST 4.5 BIOLOGICALLY PRODUCTIVE ACRES PER PERSON.
  • IF EVERYONE LIVED LIKE YOU, WE WOULD NEED 3.7 PLANETS.


  • * Footprint results are expressed in global acres (or global hectares in metric measurement). Each of those acres (hectares) corresponds to one acre (hectare) of biologically productive space with world-average productivity. Today, the biosphere has 26.7 billion acres (or 10.8 billion hectares) of biologically productive space corresponding to less than one-quarter of the planet's surface. These 26.7 billion acres (10.8 billion hectares) include 5.7 billion acres (2.3 billion hectares) of productive ocean and 21 billion acres (8.5 billion hectares) of productive land.
    music: U2 - The Fly (Lounge Club Mix)

    Geek Jun. 8th, 2005 @ 04:59 pm
     
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    Your brain: 40% interpersonal, 60% visual, 100% verbal, and 200% mathematical!
    Congratulations on being 400% smart! Actually, on my test, everyone is. The above score breaks down what kind of thinking you most enjoy
    doing. A score above 100% means you use that kind of thinking more than
    average, and a score below 100% means you use it less. It says nothing
    about how good you are at any one, just how interested you are in each, relatively. A substantial difference in scores between two people means, conclusively, that they are different kinds of thinkers.




    Matching Summary: Each of us has different tastes. Still, I offer the following advice, which I think is obvious:


    1. Don't date someone if your interpersonal percentages differ by more than 80%.
    2. Don't be friends with someone if your verbal percentages differ by more than 100%.
    3. Don't have sex with someone if their math percentage is over 200%.




    My test tracked 4 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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    You scored higher than 35% on interpersonal
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    You scored higher than 34% on visual
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    You scored higher than 73% on verbal
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    You scored higher than 88% on mathematical
    Link: The 4-Variable IQ Test written by chriscoyne on OkCupid Free Online Dating

    » Devendra Banhart on TV???
    http://www.newbelgium.com/spotsQT.php
    » Free Web Based Email Wars
    I tried sending and receiving these different types of files with each service because GMail is pissing me off by blocking certain attachments for no good reason:

    Email Attachments Comparison
    GoogleYahoo!Hotmail
    Storage Size1000MB+1000MB250MB
    Virus ScannoneBOTHIncoming?
    Send EXEnoYESYES
    Receive EXEnoYESno
    Send ZIPYESYESYES
    Receive ZIPYESYESYES
    Send RARnoYESYES
    Receive RARnoYESYES
    Send EXE in ZIPnoYESYES
    Receive EXE in ZIPnoYESYES
    Send EXE in RARYESYESYES
    Receive EXE in RARnoYESYES
    Renamed filesYESYESYES

    Hotmail was consistently the fastest with delivery and reception. Yahoo was generally the slowest. Probably because:

    Yahoo scans both incoming and outgoing messages for viruses. Hotmail only scanned incoming (I think). GMail scanned neither.


    » "Brilliant"
    This shit has got to stop, people.

    A 2-year-old Albuquerque girl was in critical condition Tuesday night after being mauled by three of her family's pit bulls.

    http://www.kobtv.com/index.cfm?viewer=storyviewer&id=18749&cat=NMTOPSTORIES

    http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=375&e=1&u=/kmgh/20050427/lo_koat/2690010
    » I hate heresay but:
    from: http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/news/05-04/26.shtml#radiohead
    The group resisted distributing its material through digital music providers before, according to Chartsingles.net, and they have experienced losses and frustrations with albums (such as Hail to the Thief) when tracks hit the internet before they hit record stores.

    Dear Radiohead:

    Just an observation. I bought your freaking album AFTER downloading it. Ummmm... Could your 'poor sales' of Hail to the Thief possibly be because it sucked ass?

    Sincerely,

    radiohead fan
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