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Saturday, January 15, 2005
New Layout!
Courtesy of link 1, I have a new layout. I think it's a rather drastic improvement. However, it's very late at night so I'm not going to go into too much detail. I'll try to post again later. Enjoy the layout. It was a pain in the arse. Literally. *has been sitting in the same less than comfortable chair for too long*

Night all.

~M.S.


"
Only enemies speak the truth. Friends and lovers lie endlessly, caught in the web of duty."
~
Stephen King, The Dark Tower: The Gunslinger
Friday, January 14, 2005
Um.... cheese!
"The pen is mightier than the sword, and considerably easier to write with."
Todays title was too long so I posted it down here and changed it up there. It is courtesy of
Marty Feldman.

Not much on my mind tonight, but I thought I should send out a post to let everyone know that, yes I'm still alive and well.... in spite of those of you spreading rumors about my untimely demise *eyes Mar mistrustfully.... lol*

What to say, oh what to say.... I got my apartment.... not sure if I had it at the time of my last post.... whenever that was. Probly didn't, cuz ever sense I moved to it, I lost internet access and I just got it back tonight for the first time. SO I have my solitude.... it's nice but to be perfectly honest my natural cynicism is sneaking in and making me just a bit paranoid some nights. I may end up having to hmmmm.... how do I put this without ticking off my peaceful canadian friends.... ah I know... I may have to excersize my second ammendment right.... maybe that'll throw you off enough not to know what the hell that means.... *whistles innocently*

Anyways.... I hope everyone out there's having a good night.... I'll try to think of something more important to say tomorrow and I"ll come back and post it then.... toodles all.... peace love and MANY wheels of cheese *drools* (can anyone say "random thought"?).

Ciao.
M.S.

"Without education, we are in a
horrible and deadly danger of taking
educated people seriously."
-- G.K. Chesterton
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