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And now a format that will lead to more frequent updates. But first, the favorites: Words, Pictures, Noises and Music.

So what else is new?

Wednesday

Personal test: Please Disregard.
posted by Erik Johnson 12:43 PM

Wednesday

If we weren't so strapped for cash right now, this would be the second time I bought soft drinks over the internet: ThinkGeek :: Caffeine :: OpenCola, Version 1.0. We're in the hole for this month so Kristy and I worked out a budget on the back of an envelope from a credit card application. Scary to see what our actual bills are and then still be broke (or worse). We're going to have a lot less money for DVD-related expenses.
posted by Erik Johnson 9:44 PM

If we weren't so strapped for cash right now, this would be the second time I bought soft drinks over the internet: ThinkGeek :: Caffeine :: OpenCola, Version 1.0. We're in the hole for this month so Kristy and I worked out a budget on the back of an envelope from a credit card application. Scary to see what our actual bills are and then still be broke (or worse). We're going to have a lot less money for DVD-related expenses.
posted by Erik Johnson 9:34 PM

Friday

Exactly what do the executives at my company's parent company make ?EDGAR Online - Compensation Express. A hell of a lot more than I do. We're talking orders of magnitude here. Some more in a year than I've made in a decade. Maybe I better look to going back to school.
posted by Erik Johnson 11:55 PM

Monday

Even though I'm quite confident in my current gender, I seem to identify with the Hip Mamas of the world. Kristy and I have discussed that if'n we ever "aquire" children (you know, like find in a taxicab or something. Unless I want to bear them, she says...) we'll still have to buy them their own toys because they won't be able to play with ours. Well... some of the toys they can abuse, of course, but not the still-boxed Spice Girl dolls or my custom painted Lego Guys (I just counted 42 bottles of Testors model paint on my desk....). But the more I think of it, the more I realize I would totally relive my childhood through my potential kids. I mean, I had (and have) a great era of the youngster, but all the things I wanted like those kid-sized jeeps and giant treehouses my offspring would have in spades. There's plenty of time. Thanks to Ginacide.com. (no Ginas seemed to be harmed in the production of said page.) Right now I'm remembering how much I love The Nields. I'm kicking myself for missing Nerissa's stop in Nederland last week. I'm sure they'll be at Lyons Folk Fest in the fall.
posted by Erik Johnson 10:21 PM

Thursday

Email from Bianca Broussard rekindled my page-crafting tendencies. The blogger has been moved from non-linked, experimental-status to front page billing. Such a promotion! It should be very proud of itself. Also I spent several minutes trying to recall favorite links lost after the recent hard drive crash. Robot Wisdom and GirlHacker's Random Log are two that I won't lose again. Possibly I'll break down and have an entire page of nothing but links (for emergency use, of course).
posted by Erik Johnson 8:31 PM

Monday

Egyptian Ratscrew is probably not what you think...
posted by Erik Johnson 9:01 PM

Tuesday

Meshkent's Anime
posted by Erik Johnson 7:40 PM


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