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Old 06-03-2008, 08:59 PM   #391
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I need school to end for the sake of my sanity. June 18th is too late.
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I need school to end for the sake of my sanity. June 18th is too late.
I just need this year to be over!....bring on January 1st !
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I got up at 8 instead of 7. I start work at 8:30. Its about the only time I'm glad I don't live in Melbourne, when I can leave home at 8:15 and make it to work at 8:30!


I'm intending to get to the Historical Society sometime by about 12:30. Which means leaving within an hour, as it's about a half hour trip. Better figure out what the hell to eat first ...
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I'm intending to get to the Historical Society sometime by about 12:30. Which means leaving within an hour, as it's about a half hour trip. Better figure out what the hell to eat first ...
Mmmmm I didn't even have a proper breakfast, not that its unusual for me. Bread and Up-And-Go FTW
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Mmmmm I didn't even have a proper breakfast, not that its unusual for me. Bread and Up-And-Go FTW
I tend to eat lunch for breakfast. Salami and cheese toasted sandwiches cooking right now.
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Toasted sandwiches
But if I remember correctly, you're the weirdo who doesn't put cheese on them.

Or did you JUST put cheese? I can't remember now.
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But if I remember correctly, you're the weirdo who doesn't put cheese on them.

Or did you JUST put cheese? I can't remember now.
Just Cheese. Although I don't mind Ham, Cheese & Tomato.
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Just Cheese. Although I don't mind Ham, Cheese & Tomato.
Oh, good. I don't know how you could eat a toasted sammie as plain as just cheese!

And I'm telling you, hot Hungarian salami is made of win.
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So, I made a new CD for my car the other day. As I was driving, I heard this clicking sound. I believed it to be my keys tapping each other as they hung from the one in the ignition. So, I started holding them still as I drove, but the sound didn't stop. I turned the music down to get a better listen, and it was gone. I figured it must have stopped. So, I turn it back up. There it is again. And then it hits me:

I now know what clipping is.

That's right, the song was indeed Crumbs from Your Table. Turns out I'd never played it on a full stereo system and thus had never noticed the clipping.
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Now you see why I want HTDAAB remastered?
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Clipping? I'll have to check that out.

I just got back from my job interview
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k. i want to buy a macbook, but i'm trying to decide on from who.

i can get it from apple.com for $1199, but then i have to pay sales tax, which is $110.
i can get it from the store for $1199, plus get a free printer, and pay sales tax, which again is $100. but i don't know if i need a free printer.
or i can get it from amazon.com for $1299 (it's cheaper from apple cuz i get an education discount) but pay no sales tax.
The free printer will most likely suck. I'd get it through Apple direct as their support is better than any store.
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U2 needs to re-record all their albums with the live developments, IMO. That would be fucking epic.
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U2 needs to re-record all their albums with the live developments, IMO. That would be fucking epic.
Except that would mean cutting RHMT from JT.

No, seriously, I'd love things like a studio WOWY with Shine Like Stars.
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