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August 17, 2004

Tuesday, August 17, 2004, 8:59PM

Rob @ 8:59 PM

(20:47:34) Mister Murd0c: http://www.audioscrobbler.com/user/murd0c/
(20:48:45) Rob T Firefly: Sooooo.. this thing tells people what you listened to?
(20:49:10) Mister Murd0c: yeah
(20:49:12) Mister Murd0c: and recommends
(20:49:13) Mister Murd0c: and such
(20:49:16) Mister Murd0c: its pretty damn neat
(20:49:56) Rob T Firefly: The untold quadrillions of dollars and decades of hard work that went into creating the Internet, spearheaded of course by Al Gore, were all building up to a gadget that saves you the trouble of telling people "I listen to the Coup too much."
(20:50:10) Rob T Firefly: Rockin!
(20:50:11) Mister Murd0c: Yeah
(20:50:16) Mister Murd0c: The Coup are awesome too
(20:50:19) Mister Murd0c: you should give them a listen
(20:50:40) Rob T Firefly: But... by manually recommending them... you've just negated that whole site, and we no longer need an Internet.
(20:50:45) Rob T Firefly: YOu bastard!
(20:50:49) Mister Murd0c: Dude
(20:50:54) Mister Murd0c: I told you over the internet
(20:50:57) Mister Murd0c: SO YEAH IN YOUR FACE
(20:51:09) Rob T Firefly: DON'T COME AT ME WITH YOUR LOGIC!!!!
(20:51:18) Mister Murd0c: OUTTAMAHFACE
(20:51:20) Rob T Firefly: What's done is done. THere's no reasoning with me.
(20:51:32) Mister Murd0c: Yeah, I'll just have to stab you
(20:51:41) Rob T Firefly: You=destroyer of the internet.

August 15, 2004

Sunday, August 15th, 2004, 3:31 PM

Rob @ 3:31 PM

Hoping for the best for the hurricane victims...

August 8, 2004

Sunday, August 8, 2004, 9:10 PM

Rob @ 9:10 PM

2600 was interesting - they made us hang out on the sidewalk.  It was fun in its way.

The party was fun for the most part, as well.. except for the small fact that my bag was stolen.

Nothing expensive or irreplaceable was in there... but it had a lot of personal stuff in there.

As a result of this and many other acts of idiocy over the past few months, there will no longer be parties at the Hacker Halfway House.  It's sad, but I can't blame them.  They did so much for this community, they brought a lot of us together who might not have hung out otherwise, and it was all appreciated.

Thank you so much b9punk, Shardy, Hitman, Phar, Lucas, Nibbler, and everyone else who made the HHH a great place to hang out over the years, and for being the insanely cool people you are.

To break up the maudlin news, here's the latest LJ meme...

Soundtrack Of My Life
Opening song: Queen - Now I'm Here
Waking up: Baby Face Leroy - My Head Can't Rest Anymore
First date: Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
First kiss: Glenn Miller - In the Mood
Falling in love: Blue Man Group & Venus Hum - I Feel Love
Seeing an old love: Pachelbel - Canon in D
Heartbreak: Weird Al Yankovic - One More Minute
Driving fast: The Seatbelts - Tank! (Cowboy Bebop theme)
Getting ready to go out: The Laziest Men on Mars - Invasion of the Gabber Robots
Partying with friends: The JAMs - Burn the Beat
Dancing at a club: Happatai - Yatta!
Flirting: Any of Chico Marx's piano solos.
Feeling sexy: Yoko Kanno - Ask DNA (Cowboy Bebop movie soundtrack)
Walking alone in the rain: Z. Budapest - Goddess Chant
Missing someone: The Verve - Bittersweet Symphony
Playing in the ocean: Super Mario Bros - Underwater theme
Summer vacation: They Might Be Giants - Why Does The Sun Shine (The Sun is a Mass of Incandescent Gas)
Fighting with someone: Super Mario Bros 3 - Battle Theme
Acting goofy with friends: Avalanches - Frontier Psychiatrist
Thinking back: Final Fantasy 7 - Red XIII's theme
Feeling depressed: Information Society - White Roses
Christmas time: Lois Armstrong - Cool Yule
Falling asleep: Talking Heads - Dream Operator
Closing song: Mysetery Science Theater 3000 - Ending theme

August 5, 2004

Thursday, August 5, 2004, 8:26 PM

Rob @ 8:26 PM

2600 is on tomorrow, despite the warnings.

If anyone is interested in a free card reading, I'll have a Tarot deck on me.  I'll also most likely be grabbing a table in Central Park on Saturday and doing free readings for strangers.

Thursday, August 5, 2004, 6:32 PM

Rob @ 6:32 PM

Dear Stargate fans...

Congratulations on the recent revival of your beloved show by the Scifi Channel. Enjoy it while it lasts.  As soon as someone at Scifi changes jobs, or some USA network suit glances at a different chart, it's all over.  And that's assuming they haven't already warped your show's concept until it's unrecognizable.

Sincerely,

Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans, Farscape fans, Sliders fans, Doctor Who fans, and other people who love good science fiction.

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