Des (deskitty) wrote,

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Your Daily Dose of Des...

So, today was relatively boring...although I did go into Dr. Dana's office today to give him some homework...he's an interesting guy. For one, he uses TWM for a window manager, with no desktop background. But that isn't really why he's interesting...he's interesting because he was around and working on mainframes back in the day. I was talking to him about it some after I dropped my homework off (in fact, I missed Econ today because I was busy talking to him), and he still has punchcards and IBM 360 assembler reference cards in his desk.

Fun Fact: I actually took my vitamins like I was supposed to today.

I recently discovered how to easily eat spaghetti without getting your clothes stained, or wearing a bib and looking like a fool (not that I care about looking like a fool anyway...). It's rather simple really...just take 'em off. Yes, that's right, take your clothes off when eating spaghetti (although, if you're in polite company, you might want to leave your pants on). Then, all you have to worry about are spatters on your skin, which can be easily wiped away.

Fun Fact: I had spaghetti for dinner tonight.

<double_take>Damn...that just sounds wrong. OK, for those that don't know, I don't have any roommates, so it's not like I killed anybody by forcing them to look at me...</double_take>

IRC has been eerily silent today...of course, that could have something to do with the fact that I wasn't really on all that much. But we're down to 11 nicks out of a usual 18 or so (some people like to login 2 and 3 times), which is just strange. Oh well...I guess people were just doing stuff besides IRC.

Sheesh, come on people! You're not supposed to have're supposed to be on IRC! :p

Fun Fact: I do not have a life.

But then, since you're reading my LiveJournal, you knew that already.

-- Des

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