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Archive for March, 2004

I returned some walkie talkies that didn't work yesterday to Sports Authority and they asked for my driver's license. They swiped the driver's license, then, and the whole thing made me wonder "why the hell do they need it?" I'm still not sure why. Perhaps I'll try refusing next time… On the way home, I […]

QotD: Cartoon

Question: What was your favorite cartoon as a kid? My Answer: G.I. Joe was the typical boy thing, He-Man, and the lamer Gummi Bears, Snorks, Grape Ape, etc. I can't say I have a favorite, and I am not even sure I cared for cartoons beyond the age of four or five either. You are […]

QotD: Revenge

Question: Revenge: best served cold or best left in the fridge entirely? My Answer: I've got better things to do with my time than to hold a grudge or to get revenge, but sometimes thinking of what I could do entertains me for a few minutes. 🙂 You are encouraged to answer the Question of […]

Some iTunes Stats

As of right now, I have 9235 songs, 35304 listens, 104.9 days of music, 3.8 listens/song, and my favorite song is "Up!" by Shania Twain. These statistics are courtesy of iTunes PlayStats. I've long wanted to create an entire application that analyzed people's playlists, showed them charts and graphs of their genres, which artists they […]


Question: How much RAM does your primary machine have? My Answer: 2.5 GB. The stock 512 and two 1 GB sticks in my G5. You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

Fun with Memory!

Fun with memory! *** malloc: vm_allocate(size=1069056) failed (error code=3) *** malloc[7732]: error: Can't allocate region PulpFiction has exited due to signal 10 (SIGBUS). This is what happens when you attempt to process a 9.2 MB file without an autorelease pool inside your processing loop. Wheeee!

Doggy Style

20:58:25 friend: and contrary to her mom's story, the cat was not a kitten but was rather ~11 20:58:27 me: you don't want that person's offspring pooping in your gene pool 20:58:34 friend: no 20:58:43 friend: her grandma thinks it's normal to have sex with dogs 20:58:47 me: uhhh 20:58:59 me: i think i should […]


To the friend who knows what I'm talking about. That is all I have to say.

QotD: Quote

Question: What's your favorite quote? My Answer: My email sig files have a bunch of them, but perhaps my favorite is this one: "It ain't braggin' if you can do it." - Dizzy Dean, 1930's baseball player. You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your […]

High Standards

People continue to let me down. Day in, day out. I know myself pretty well, and I've got damn high standards for myself. I let myself down quite often, and I beat myself up for it. But dammit, how low do my standards for other people have to be in order to survive in this […]

QotD: Bankrupt

Question: If you could bankrupt any company in the world, which would it be and why? My Answer: Let's go with whatever company runs Gap, Banana Republic, and every other $99-for-a-shirt-that's-already-torn-but-is-"good-fashion" cookie-cutter whatever. You are encouraged to answer the Question of the Day for yourself in the comments or on your blog.

QotD: Terminal

Question: What percentage of your time is spent using the terminal (if 100% = terminal + "GUI apps")? My Answer: 5%, but that's also a good thing: it demonstrates that I can get in and get out very quickly when I need to do CLI work. You are encouraged to answer the Question of the […]

QotD: Outfits

Question: What's the sexiest thing a woman can wear? My Answer: I've always been a big fan of comfort breeding confidence, and confidence being sexy. So is cuddling, and those times when you make out for four hours on the couch. So, jeans and a t-shirt. Nothing shows off a woman's ass and legs better […]

I had a hot date tonight. That having been said, I mentioned to a friend at 11:20 that I'd had time to watch West Wing after the date. In other words, it didn't go so well. She was happy to have found someone who was intelligent, motivated, and funny. I was bored nearly to tears. […]

For Comment Registration

Y'know what, after having a certain someone run through his (albeit meager) paces, I can't say comment registration would be such a bad thing. Nor would comment moderation. This person, upset that his inability to comprehend simple English has been pointed out, is on a tear (in his mind). He's leaving comments using other people's […]