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20% of people who hate their life use livejournal link
Jaws in 30 seconds with bunnies link
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Man drives home with headless friend link
Jet powered wheelchair link
Seen on sign at Republican National Convetion: </BUSH> link
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Learning to live with terrorism link
On Wednesday, I indirectly made the news, although I did not find out about it until someone mentioned it on Friday. IBM filed this. You can read about it here.
Briefly, IBM asserts that SCO violated its copyright by copying the following IBM code:
||lines of code
|Enterprise Volume Management System
|Enterprise Class Event Logging
|Linux Support Power PC64
|Omni Print Driver
|Journaled File System
|Next Generation Posix Threading
|Linux Kernel Support for JFS
|Linux Kernel S390 Support
|Linux Kernel Support for Service Processor
|Linux Kernel Support for Memory Expansion Technology
|Linux Kernel Support for IBM eServer iSeries Devices
|Linux Kernel Support for PCI Hotplug
|Linux Kernel Support for pSeries Hypervisor Terminal
|Linux Kernel PPC64 Support
|Linux Kernel Support for Mwave Modem
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The Golden State has outlawed big SUVs on many of its roads but doesn’t seem to know it. link
Making a model of a city link
Costco selling caskets (however you must by 6 at a time) link
Good Eats set house on sale link
Moveable floors for the holographic experience link
Google image search with picture converted to ascii search term link
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Monkey picture gallery link
Pear picture gallery link
Tessellating alphabet link
Diet Coke floats while regular Coke sinks link
Kids, don’t swallow liquid nitrogen at home link
Printing skin link
I went to get cash at the ATM tonight and discovered this welcoming screen. It looks like it runs Windows. I remember the good ole days when ATMs used to run OS/2.
I went to Armadillocon today to get my books signed by Sharon Shinn. This was my first book signing, so I was a little unsure of the process. Mrs. Shinn was very nice and she did not mind singing six books for me. Later in the day, I went to a reading by her of a short story. It was very cool, and I enjoyed going.
Barbara Hambly and Elisabeth Moon where there as well. Too bad I did not plan better and bring my books of theirs for them to sign. Oh well… next year!
Wireless hacker messes with peoples web surfing link
A family through time link1 link2
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Office in a bucket link
Different diagrams link
Ariel photos link
Comprehensive restaurant menu pdf
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Hello de Milo link
A block of wood that tells time link
Japanese cosplay Alice in Wonderland link
Turn your TV into a colored light with a DVD link
Create personalized photo stamps link
Microsoft Releases Security Patch For Service Pack 1 For Service Pack 2 For Windows XP link
ISO standardizes procedures for satisfying dissatisfied customers link
Scientists turn monkeys into workaholics link
Inside Al-Qaeda’s harddrive link
Woman dies fused to couch. She did not move off of it for 6 years link
Man + Motorcycle vs. Squirrel link
Every Monday and Wednesday, I go to a chiropracter at 8:30 am. I usually arrive around 8:25, park my truck, and enter the building. This morning was different. The door was locked. They must be in a meeting that was running late. So, I decide to wait out side for them to unlock the door. While I was waiting, I notice that there are four other patients waiting outside as well. However, they are all sitting inside of their cars while they were waiting. Unfortunately, every engine was running.
The temperature was not oppresive so they did not need to run their air conditioners. Listening to the radio for a couple of minutes does not drain the battery. The problem was that there was no breeze. So, as I was waiting, I could hardly breathe. It was like standing at a major intersection at a red light. Why did everyone feel the need to waste gas while they wait???
Last week, I listened to my friend, Dan, talk about his problems with Thor’s Hammer. He was interested in buying Pirates of the Spanish Main. He would stop by the store and ask them if they had PotSM in stock. The clerk would reply “No. Try back in a couple of weeks.” He did this a couple of times and the answer would always be the same. Well, finally, last week he went to the game store and the answer was different. The clerk told him that they had got the game a couple of days ago and it was sold out! The employee did not make the connection that a customer asking about a product would be interested in buying it and they should offer to hold it for them. That would make the customer feel special and generate future business.
Well my turn came next!
I woke up this morning and was greeted by a lizzard. I am used to spiders roaming around inside my house and I don’t mind their presence. They are on the top of the insect food chain. If they are alive then other insects are dead.
But, this is the first time that I have seen a lizzard insiide. Is there some gaping hole in my house that I am not aware of? Scenes of Free Willy are now running through my head. I am going to have to institute a trap and release program.
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User created color cells are voted on to survice link
Wooden postage stamp link
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