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Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Five more thingys
Somebody tagged me again. This is the game where you tell
five things about yourself
and then tag some other bloggers to cough up some of their own dirt.
5. I lost a fortune on
stock. I was right in foreseeing the market would demand
, but timing is everything. A lot of good that FreeTard Linus did them.
4. You know that scene in
where they slap the bull on the ass and then run? I did that on the way home from the theater.
3. I wrote a science fiction story once about a guy who goes back in time to prevent the founding of Starbucks, only he winds up having to murder
2. To produce my weekly corporate blog, I babble into
Dragon Naturally Speaking
for three or four hours and then pipe the file through Microsoft Word's
tool. Highly recommended.
1. After Scooter made a joke recently about my ponytail, I had his
(just kidding). Anyways, I told them to make it look like an accident.
So those are my secrets. Fake Steve and Fake Ballmer, you're IT!
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