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Wed, Oct. 20th, 2010 | 11:18 am  ⅊ lapl ‏‏␦ confused  Keep the faith - BON JOVI slavezombie


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I haven't uploaded a picture for days because I seem to be (ooh look! The time is 11:11) stuck on a caption. I thought a few peoples might find it relaxing to suggest a few lines that might make for an effective pun. TOPIC: California proposition 19. I was hearing a radio segment wherin the Talkshow host was saying that none of the current government officials in congress/senate were supportive of legalizing pot. That is to say that both Dems & Reps are against it. Makes one paranoid that the whole purpose of the ballot initiative is simply to take a head count. Ideas?


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Wed, Oct. 20th, 2010 | 11:49 am  ⅊ lapl ‏‏␦ confused  Brand new shoes-SHE & HIM slavezombie


RAID external drives for Mac
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I recently invested in a hard drive external backup system. I have heard that RAID was excellent to improve performance on computers that stall when running software for creating graphical elements that consume a lot of memory, but i'm having a difficult time with it. Is there helpful online info that explain how to operate such a device in laymans terms?

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Wed, Oct. 20th, 2010 | 12:10 pm  ‏‏␦ Excited  Gimme gimme-STEELHEART slavezombie


Gonzo journalism
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From the Los Angeles Times:

He's a Train Wreck behind the wheel

The man in the uniform had a question for me. "How do you feel?" CHP Sgt. David Nelms asked. His interest in my health was probably prompted by the fact that I was at that moment toking a joint stuffed with a bud called Train Wreck.

The full story can be viewed at: http://www.latimes.com/la-me-1020-lopezcolumn-20101018,0,467616.column?track=latiphoneapp


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Wed, Oct. 20th, 2010 | 02:56 pm  slavezombie


Bat girls
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Hitting home runs never was my expertise; neither figuratively or literally. So, when I get the lowdown that girls love bats too, what exactly constitutes a base hit? Growing up, I was aware of the analogies that "at bat" had for the dating circuit--a base hit fell under holding hands and/or even a kiss, second base might've been caressing and feeling one another up, third base would be short of actual intercourse which I assumed implied nudity, feeling, tasting and anything else I might've missed (dry humping)--so this interpretation of the birds and the bees always seemed to apply to male perspective only. If girls rely on the bat for post dating relationships as seen on The good wife, then there must be rules and guidelines for its use as well.

From the Los Angeles Times:

'The Good Wife' recap: Baseball bats and ball gowns

On Tuesday night, "The Good Wife" revived one of its favorite themes: The ways in which being a woman can be a benefit, as well as a hindrance, in the workplace. Mamie Gummer returned as Nancy Crozier, the cunning, wide-eyed. . .

The full story can be viewed at: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/showtracker/2010/10/the-good-wife-recap-baseball-bats-and-ball-gowns.html?track=latiphoneapp


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Wed, Oct. 20th, 2010 | 03:21 pm  slavezombie


Hangover two (2)
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It worked with Mike Tyson in "The Hangover. " But can director Todd Phillips make a celebrity cameo uncomfortably funny with a much more, er, complicated figure? The New York Post reported this morning that Mel Gibson will play a Bangkok tattoo artist in "The Hangover 2. " Two people close to the production confirmed to The Times that Gibson -- who's maintained radio silence since recordings apparently capturing his violent rants against ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva surfaced this summer -- will play an American expat living in Thailand. (The gang goes to Southeast Asia in the new installment for the wedding of. . .

The full story can be viewed at: http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/movies/2010/10/mel-gibson-hangover-2todd-phillips.html?track=latiphoneapp


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