October 15th, 2011

screenwriter, Kightlinger, hate

Heads up everyone. The sky is falling again.

You know I'm kidding when I say doomsday is tomorrow, right? It seems to be the favorite pass time of online news aggregators like digg, to scare the crapolla out of people. I pulled up the Opera browser at work which keeps a memory of the tabs that were created the last time Opera was used. I browsed the collection of tabs with various web sites thinking it wouldn't update the tabs and just cache out the same data that was in the web site when I last closed the browser. It gets boring here sometimes, and Opera isn't the main browser on the 'puters. In fact, I have it hidden in the 'programs' hierarchy of folders.

So I'm reading the headlines from digg dot com and I see the news about Doomsday" comet to swing by Earth this Sunday1 and I wonder whether that might've had some relevancy to the eerie light show that was reported on the news not too long ago (about the time I cancelled my cable service). So what, right? That's what I say.

1. http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/10/14/scitech/main20120573.shtml