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30 November 2007 ~ 0 Comments

My heart goes out to the friend’s and family of…

I have terribly tragic news. My friend became infected with a terrible disease, something so terrible only the devil himself could craft it. He has an infected testicle. Now I don’t actually really know what an infected testicle is, however I do know what an infection is. I also know what a testicle is, and I would assume that those two words put together is not very pretty. This being said, I wish him the best of luck with his balls and for a speedy recovery. Also, tonight is the annual <}MOCE{>giving dinner, around 8 pm at the newburry farm, I’m highly looking forward to it. I haven’t gotten to spend time with them in a while and I miss them all dearly, I’ll let you know how it goes in a later post.. well.. actually if you read the page top-down it will be in an earlier post you already read, lol, oh well.. nonetheless, here is today’s quote:

Quote of the Day:

If people are good only because they fear punishment, and hope for reward, then we are a sorry lot indeed. – Einstein.

Word of the Day:

malapropos \mal-ap-ruh-POH\, adjective:
1. Unseasonable; unsuitable; inappropriate.

1. In an inappropriate or inopportune manner; unseasonably.

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30 November 2007 ~ 0 Comments

Ah, good ol’ thursday.

Well shit, another day another dollar.. the nice thing about thursday’s is that on every other one I actually get to see that dollar, well, for about 35 seconds until the bill man rips out from the hand the boss lady put it in. The fifty cents left over is good for a beer though, and man do I like beer. lol. Today was relativley smooth at work, I only showed up about fourty-five minutes late, not too bad. I’m a bit tired now, but it’s payday and there’s drinking to be done, so a drinking I will do. I’ll leave you with today’s quote:

Of all the preposterous assumptions of humanity over humanity, nothing exceeds most of the criticisms made on the habits of the poor by the well-housed, well- warmed, and well-fed.”
– Herman Melville

Word of the Day:
hirsute ..HUR-soot; HIR-soot; hur-SOOT; hir-SOOT.., adjective:
Covered with hair; set with bristles; shaggy; hairy.

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