Smarties for dummies. Hey minch, there's hope for you after all. Thanks to
. I got this from there.
Thank you so much for making me feel like a slave!
Just when everything in my life is starting to get a bit cozy, the cosmos sends me a wake-up call.
I must have been out of my mind yesterday since I started thinking of myself as one of the "chosen people". We had a meeting at the office on the web development project. Since the techie guys did a good job, they started making hirit
that we get them some merienda
. We obliged, thinking that we could have it reimbursed later. Well, it seems that you only get free snacks on meetings if you're one of the office's bright boys and girls (or in other words "bosses"). I was made to understand that I wasn't one of them and that I may never be. Needless to say, my day is wrecked and I'm seriously considering doing major damage to the office furniture.
To that "special" someone who watches over me. thank you for the rude awakening. It feels really good to know that I'm just a slave. I'll be eternally grateful for what you did.
Thursday, January 24, 2002
Bill Gates is dead.
For those who've been raring to get a piece of Bill Gates and his Microsoft empire, check out this site. Apparently, Gates died two years ago after he was shot on the way to a meeting with community leaders. This got me to thinking, "Who's that clown running around during the launching the X-box?" Do we have an impostor in our midst?
Wednesday, January 23, 2002
Three birds with one book purchase - January 23, 2002
Scroll down to the last item of Ms. David's column and you'll see something to smile about. Boy, am sure glad I voted for them.
I was waiting in line at a supermarket counter when my eyes strayed toward the magazine rack. I saw the new issue of Preview magazine (Phils). The cover story blurb ran like this: "Amanda Griffin: A couch potato in a supermodel's body." And I go, "whadaffu?" This is the kind of drivel you shell out a hundred pesos for? No wonder Preview is not doing so well. With that kind of writing, it's only a matter of time before they go under.
Game Sentinel, The Ultimate Game Source, Pc Games
What's so bad about communism? And there is nothing bad about downloading mp3s either, especially if original cds cost Php 450.
Tuesday, January 22, 2002
"I met a woman extraordinary, suggested something unsanitary."
My friend Tinny loves this line. She'll deny it, but sometimes I suspect that she is tickled pink by the possibilities that this line suggests. Thanks to her, I've had Afghan Whigs' 1965
cd on my cd player for the past two weeks. I'd say that the cd sure has some suggestive lyrics but suggestive
doesn't even begin to capture what I want to say. Go listen to the cd and you'll understand what I mean.
The cd is not an easy listen. To appreciate the music, you must develop a taste for it. The songs don't really grab unto you at once like the Weezer and Semisonic songs do. But they have a way of getting into your subconscious. Give the cd a few more spins in your player and you'll be humming the songs in no time. I've grown to love the cd so much that I'm not dreading the day when I part with it and give it back to Tinny.
The best way to listen to the cd: dark room, scented candles burning, with your favorite stalkee by your side.
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