The All-Thing

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Wed, 29 Oct 2003
Korea Preparations

Frantically running around trying to assemble everything I need for this trip. I have to leave my car at work (another Somerville fucking double-street-sweeping week ahead), take the bus back home tonight, then take a cab to the airport at 4:30am tomorrow morning, so I basically have to get everything in my life organized NOW while I still have a car.

Bought Quicksilver. I know it's too early for a paperback, but Jesus Christ, does the thing have to weigh ten pounds and fucking take up more space than my laptop? I was really tempted to get some other paperback book instead, but nothing really caught my eye and I wasn't willing to gamble too much with eighteen or whatever hours of flying ahead of me. Last time I accidentally bought a book I had already read and was forced to spend the entire flight thinking, which always leaves me in a hyper-depressed state.

Bought lots of coffee and red Twizzlers to trade with the natives for food and shelter.

(Side note: despite it being pretty crappy weather outside, the view from my office window reached its peak of autumnal beauty today and I gaze at it contentedly as I ponder the next mot juste.)

Got a call from security because I parked my car on the grass. I was like, "Bitch please. If you hadn't cordoned off a huge section for a 'training exercise', whatever the fuck that is, I wouldn't have had to park on that nasty-ass mud patch you arbitrarily decided not to pave over ten years ago which you now, in a laughably poetic turn, call 'grass'." But all that really came out was like "Oh, that's not cool? Ok, I'll move it." So I drove and bought Quicksilver.

Set up my xscreensaver with jcreed's phosphor trick to annoy my blog-hating officemate in my absence.

And with that, I think I am prepared.

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Re: Korea Preparations
BHO wrote on Tue, 18 Nov 2003 08:39

Once upon a time William hated blogs. He started reading them, though, and sending every last little bit he found interesting or annoying to his officemate. His officemate learned that William could be annoying, but that, like traffic accidents, the officemate couldn't look away from blogs. Thus William came to think erroneously that his officemate hated blogs, when in fact, the officemate was really filled with self-loathing over his inability to ignore blogs. The officemate hated himself. William eventually learned this by reading some eerily written and poorly phrased third person rambling his officemate wrote. This is that.

I turned off the monitor, foiling William's plan. HA!


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