I have plans to write long rants that no one will ever read.
Fri 26 Mar 2010 07:07:50 EST
It annoys me every time that someone brings me a Windows problem that involves something that isn't actually them being a dumbarse, because my experience with Windows OSs is that I have almost none, which makes me, fundamentally, a dumbarse when it comes to solving non-dumbarse issues, yet it happens often enough to be annoying.
"How do I get around this Windows Genuine Advantage shit?"
"How do I figure out what's causing
19 year old girls on the internet are not to be trusted, not even if they seem incredibly grounded (which I am not) and mature for their age.
I'm sure the question in everyone's head is "Why is Dean putting any time into strange 19 year olds?" Its a good question, and part of my answer is "Exactly!", but part of it is an explanation as well. Its someone who I came across as a 13 year old 5 years ago, who I found rather annoying at the time but forced myself to
Tuesday 15 December 2009, 1:32 PM
I find it hard to believe that everything falls at the same speed inside of a vacuum. We got a new vacuum and it has one of those clear things where the dirt flies around in a circle... a bagless vacuum, and its pretty obvious that a marble would end up at the bottom while a feather would just keep spinning around and around.
The only scenario I can think of where a feather and a marble would fall at the same speed inside of a vacuum
Wednesday 9 December 2009, 9:12 PM
Radio Damaged during attack. Enemy came hard and fast. Troops overwhelmed. I'm last survivor in compound.
Saw orange smoke on mountain peak 36-J. I'm 10 clicks away. Enemy burrows at peak sunshine hours of day. Suspect that seasonal UV exposure causes too much irritation to their alien skin.
Orange smoke could be Alien trap to flush out survivors from bases within line of sight, then again it could be a legitimate call
Thursday 3 December 2009, 11:30 PM
Not Much really going on.
Rearanged a bunch of furniture again, this time in attempt to create a psychological feeling of a bigger workspace for my wife by swapping the towering filing cabinet with the bookshelf. It worked.
It involved, of course, dropping lots of things behind heavy objects that needed to be moved in order to be retrieved.
Unfortunate result is that now the towering filing cabinet is sitting right next