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May 31, 2003

Saturday, May 31, 2003, 1:24 PM

Rob @ 1:24 PM

Stole this from Venadium...

last cigarette: Never
last good cry: Sometime last year
last library book checked out: A Nostradamus book, I think
last movie seen: "Matrix: Reloaded" in the theater, "Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me" on tv.
last book read: Penn and Teller's "How to Play In Traffic"
last cuss word uttered: "Dammit"
last beverage drank: Water
last food consumed: Popcorn
last crush: Young Billie Holiday
last phone call: Grey
last tv show watched: BBC World News
last time showered: When I woke up today, noonish.
last shoes worn: zipped-up fake leather boots
last cd played: Wendy Carlos, "Digital Moonscapes."
last item bought: Soda and junk food for Fina and Mallory
last downloaded: Twiztid's new free EP, from their website
last annoyance: Matt's video card
last disappointment: Missing the new Sealab: 2021 episode last Sunday
last soda drank: Sprite Remix. It tastes like an unsuccessful chemistry experiment.
last thing written: A movie review
last key used: The one in my front door
last word spoken: "Mmm-hm."
last sleep: I woke up around noon today.
last im: Leo, last night.
last sexual fantasy: Number ten, the one where you play blitzball and have a sword made of water. Wait, that's my last Final Fantasy...
last weird encounter: Something I dreamed recently
last ice cream eaten: Vanilla
last time amused: Reading Venadium's responses to this quiz
last time wanting to die: No
last time hugged: Yesterday
last time scolded: Last week, at work.
last time resentful: Resentfulness isn't my thing
last chair sat in: The office chair I'm sitting in now
last lipstick used: Last year sometime, when I finally gave in to Grey and Fina's pleas to let them put makeup on me.
last underwear worn: Mine.
last bra worn: I once paraded around the house with one on my head when I was very little.
last shirt worn: A black one covered in M.C. Escher prints.
last time dancing: Last Saturday, at a bowling alley.
last show attended: The Rocky Horror Picture Show, a few weeks ago.
last webpage visited: Venadium's SK journal, where I swiped this from..

That was indeed pointless.

May 30, 2003

Friday, May 30, 2003, 11:47 PM

Rob @ 11:47 PM

Not much going on these days.

  • Lots of work.
  • I've got four songs in various stages of being written.
  • I'm now moderator of two forums on Calnet, which is a year old.
  • I graduate from Witch Class in a couple of days.
  • Fina and Mallory are hanging around here. They are fun to shop with.

That's about all that's going in here. Outside...

  • The new, audio- and Flash-based production of the Dr Who story Shada is better than I could have expected. Douglas Adams' script is adapted for audio (and a slight change of lead character, as it's now the Eighth Doctor (Paul McGann) rather than the Fourth (Tom Baker) featured in the story,) without losing an ounce of that special Douglas Adams-ness.
  • Violent J wrote a fun story on Insane Clown Posse's site.
  • A Japanese site teaches meat sculpture, whilst an Italian one displays toilet roll portraits.
  • There is now a fund being raised to benefit that Star Wars Kid.

May 24, 2003

Saturday, May 24, 2003, 2:30 AM

Rob @ 2:30 AM

Venadium is my hero! He dug me up this screenshot which proves I'm not delusional, I was in fact name-checked in The Matrix: Reloaded. Click for a bigger one.

RTF Control

That screenshot is from insecure.org's collection of nmap-related images from the hacking scene in Matrix 2.

Thanks again, Venadium!

Saturday, May 24, 2003, 12:47 AM

Rob @ 12:47 AM

Just got back from seeing the Matrix. Wow. And, uh, wow!

(Don't worry if you haven't seen the flick yet but want to, there are no movie spoilers here.)

Putting aside for the moment how much this movie rocked my mismatched socks, I got a namecheck! When Trinity is hacking at a power station, I could swear that for a moment a display reads "RTF Control."

I jump for glee! Can anyone out there with a bootleg get me a screen grab of that shot?

May 23, 2003

Friday, May 23, 2003, 8:04 PM

Rob @ 8:04 PM

Grabbed the new Weird Al album the day it came out. It's insanely fun. The bonus mixes and movies are well worth buying the disc for, instead of - as Al says in the bonus material - downloading it like some HOOLIGAN!!!

I finally rented "Star Trek: Nemesis." I was in danger of having my hopeless geek's union card taken away, since this was the first Star Trek film I missed seeing in the theater since seeing II with my grandfather. I enjoyed this one very much, and it ranks among my favorite Treks now, even though they killed off my favorite character.

I finally got around to throwing Ad-Aware onto my mom's computer. Cleaned out 53 pieces of spyware and data miners. Every net-connected PC should have this sort of thing installed. But, try explaining that to your mom.

Taking the family to see The Matrix Reloaded tonight.

Ban Comic Sans!

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