DeLay indicted !!!
DeLay indicted !!!
DeLay indicted !!!
OK, no 'geek' comments. This was forwarded to me...
12. Specifications are for the weak and timid!
11. This machine is a piece of GAGH! I need dual processors if I am to do battle with this code!
10. You cannot really appreciate Dilbert unless you've read it in the original Klingon.
9. Indentation?! -- I will show you how to indent when I indent your skull!
8. What is this talk of 'release'? Klingons do not make software 'releases'. Our software 'escapes' leaving a bloody trail of designers and quality assurance people in its wake.
7. Klingon function calls do not have 'parameters' -- they have 'arguments' -- and they ALWAYS WIN THEM.
6. Debugging? Klingons do not debug. Our software does not coddle the weak.
5. I have challenged the entire quality assurance team to a Bat-Leth contest. They will not concern us again.
4. A TRUE Klingon Warrior does not comment his code!
3. By filing this SIR you have challenged the honor of my family. Prepare to die!
2. You question the worthiness of my code? I should kill you where you stand!
1. Our users will know fear and cower before our software. Ship it! Ship it, and let them flee like the dogs they are!
"Make sure you eat a hearty meal before attempting a battle."
...for SAP TechED. I promise a rant later on regarding the loud people on my plane.
" from Depeche Mode's new album "Playing The Angel".
Word is that reverberated.com has essentially been taken off-line due to public pressure, first reported here
. Of course this has infuriated FoxMcNews wack-o Bill O'Reilly. Says Mr. O'Reilly: "Rev.com was a bright spot for me each day. I could count on it for candid discussion of important topics...such as Zoloft addiction, Britney Spears and strange college parties. It was hard hitting, true to the conservative ideology...and it will be missed."
I was out last night with a super nice chick from my MBA program
. Dinner at Dexter's
(yummy, other than the dessert). A few failed attempts at coffee (me) and drinks (her) afterwards, though we were eventually successful. Fun. So yes, it's true, I actually left work before 8...or 9...or 10...
Depeche Mode's "Precious" from the new album "Playing the Angel".
Step 1. Take a look at this map
Step 2. Think "hurricanes".
Step 3. Read this
Step 4. Send a friend a link to my site.
"TV talk-show legends in shoutfest over Cindy Sheehan, Bush policies"
Moby's "Hotel" Disc 1 and 2
1. No content.
2. Few updates.
3. The pictures are very dad-like.
4. It's not kastnerfamily.net.
5. I don't have an hour to read each post.
6. It's not Jay approved.
"Scissors In The Sand"
from the new Echo And The Bunnymen album "Siberia".
1. Do not repeat the question as an answer.
2. If you do not know the answer, say so.
3. Provide helpful information, but do not state the obvious or trivial. Unless the person is retarded or a Republican.
4. After you've provided a response, shut up.
5. If able (or appropriate), ask whether you can research the answer.
6. Don't b.s.
7. Don't cry or whine.
8. Don't offer multiple answers that conflict, unless you are a Republican.
9. Don't go off into stories related to the question.
10. Remember what the question is/was.
I'd like to take a moment and thank the terror that is Britney Spears. This week, she gave a little back to all of us. Yes, I'm talking about her new baby boy. Congrats to her on the quasi-act-of-nature that is "celebrity child birthin". While this non-accomplishment is nearly thought-free (think: low expectations), it proves an excellent point: gay/lesbian child adoption should be the least of our worries. So for this I say "Britney, you're the best!". Now go for that baby girl...the p0rnz industry needs your help too.
Dubya+Michael Brown+"Doing a heck of a job"
Karl Rove+CIA leak
Dubya+Missing military records
Dubya+Rectangular bulge+Presidential debates
Osama bin Laden
Cheney+Leahy+"Go Fuck Yourself"
"The juvenile in question was able to obtain this information by tricking T-Mobile employees into revealing sensitive information, a hacking technique called 'social engineering,' and by exploiting a flaw in T-Mobile's Web site, according to Peter Dobrow, a T-Mobile spokesperson. 'The main issue here was social engineering,' he said. 'There also was a password reset function that we addressed on our end.'"
The Hacked Files: http://www.kastnerfamily.net/jaysblog.nsf/rsrc/hilton.zip/$file/hilton.zip
The Article: http://news.yahoo.com/s/pcworld/20050915/tc_pcworld/122559
"Benchmark studies prove that Dell sucks."
"Yesterday Sun hired a plane to fly over Dell's headquarters dragging a banner which read: 'Sun's got a x64 server. WATCH OUT DELL.'"
My lawyer recommends "staying away from computers for a while". But when do I ever listen...
Cranes: Future Songs
The Cure: 17 Seconds
Madonna: Ray of Light
+the usual iPod mix...
"When asked what the Cats In Sinks site could possibly have to do with my job, I say: It's complicated."
dubya, hurricanes, reverberated.com, shfolder.dll, taxes, rip-offs, Iraq, Iran, guns, homework, hexadismal, spam, L'Equipe, meat, colds, laundry, early morning meetings, late afternoon meetings, traffic, sorostitutes, hypocrites, Tom Delay, China, lazy people, stinky feet, rain, Fox News, Cops, most rap music, cleaning litter boxes, sticky tables, Texas, CDs that skip, trash, most country music, bills, shaving, people with bad breath, bad service, flat tires, cat hair on my clothes, loud people, connecting flights...
I have always found the Smart cars interesting when seeing them in Germany. Now they're finally coming to the US. The only thing stopping me from buying one is the prospect of being hit by a Lincoln Navigator...
Work would be so much nicer with a Dilbert Cubicle
And I've decided to get an iPod Flea.
Shut-up and read this.
This chick is psycho.