Here's Mike walking in front of the picture of the structure built to commemorate the fallen. He fun to ride with and I regret not having hooked up with him for this ride to point Mugu, because then I wouldn't have forgotten to gas up before the group ride to Puniversityuniversity.
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At the start of each month, I have this big botter size calendar that contains also a small version of the preceding and succeeding month above the current month. I use that to tape onto the counter at work where we interface with the public. I don't really use this calendar for anything else.
So after I clipped out the month of September on this page, it became useless to me. Even though we're in the habit of recycling used sheets of paper to cut down to p-slip size, this calendar is so awkwardly shaped (I think it's 17x14"), that I would have to cut it down to 8x11" before I used it to cut out more p-slips.
As you can see by the doodling, I left it on the counter top instead of throwing it out. I won't go into each scribble mark other than to say that I used red and blue ink only. If you see black, it is because I took a yellow hi-liter and combined blue, red and yellow (primary colors which, when combined, create black). I wanted to use the boxed borders to draw cartoons, but it gets too busy at the library to worry about that kind of stuff. I just love wasting tax-payer ink.
If you shrink this picture, it kinda looks like the Sunday funnies.
oh yeaaah, baby, this is wonderful.
I went through all the trouble of looking up youtube videos on how to hook up my htc evil android phone to a Mac using Bluetooth connection. That way I could type my entries on to my laptop, keep a backup copy in the hard drive, and then merge that into the cell phone which has internet access which I would use, in turn, to upload into livejournal.
I've always been a shy person and I don't like my own voice basically cuz im not used to hearing it. um, I guess when I speak to other people, I'm not really listening to myself, which gets me into a lot of trouble, but I'm reading the reactions on the person whom I'm talking to's face .
Tom Araya (SLAYER): "I was at home in L.A. when I first found out what was happening. On September 10th the band had done a midnight in-store signing in El Toro, Calif. for the 9/11 release of our 'God Hates Us All' album. We got home around 4 a.m. from that. I was asleep when Sandra, my wife, was awakened by a phone call that suggested we turn on the television. We then found ourselves watching the first tower on fire and I remember asking Sandra, 'What is this?' We saw the plane hit the second tower and it took a while for everything to register. We were supposed to fly out that day to start a European tour. The whole time we were watching what was unfolding before our eyes I was thinking to myself, 'We ain't flying anywhere for a while!'" (via AOL's Noisecreep)
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