20 Aug 2004
(updated 20 Aug 2004 at 11:15 UTC) »
just a minute ago. It made me laugh. While I wouldn't have stated it *just* like that, I would have to agree with the underlying theme of the slogan.
Now that I've *again* managed to alienate my readership, or lack there-of, I'd have to say that spice and peppermint tea is really good stuff.
Last night I had one of those flashbacks to my so-called college life. I walked around aimlessly for a couple hours downtown thinking about how I was going to write a semi-context free grammar for english when I happened upon a new restaurant no less than 3 blocks from where my apartment is...
I did the only sensible thing I could do, I walked in checked out the menu and ordered a piping hot dish of chicken tenders and fries. As some of you know, this was a Thursday night ritual
This ritual was usually executed after completion of another successful Army ROTC lab and I would usually sit down, eatup drink about 6 cups of coffee and then continue to read more about whatever academic project's deadline was swiftly becoming a reality.
Usually those kinds of "study" nights would be interrupted by about 4-5 friends that I just *had* to chat with and would end with me running to the library to escape conversation or going home and just passing out from exhaustion (a 2-3 hour sleep cycle for a semester will do that and other fun things to you).
Which brings me back to...
Long story short. I started work on a grammar now. The AC adaptor into my PC laptop died so, I can't really hack now until the new one makes it into my hands. My desktop's power supply died so I'm getting a new one in the mail. The ibook has been deadlined since May and I can't help it that whenever I try to send it back, I have, yet another, trip overseas to make.
Life is tough sometimes but, this situation is probably helping me more than it's hurting. I've been able to resolve some issues I had with the project since the get-go.
Hopefully the new Exorcist movie won't suck ass. Oh, Surphaze...check this out