Sunday, February 29, 2004

Watching an old episode of The Newsroom re-affirms my belief that it is the funniest thing ever.

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I didn't break anything racing today, thank Jeebus. Others were not so lucky... rally is a harsh mistress.

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I gotta chime in on the whole passion, the Christ, the blood rain, and the hey hey hey it hurts Him. Not interested in going to see it. Why? I dunno. I guess I don't need a Mel Gibson big budget hollywood movie to reaffirm my faith... if I had any. :)

We are stellar matter. We are the universe trying to understand itself - nothing more.

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Saturday, February 28, 2004

that 20 song thing, as posted by al...

1 3 days grace - just like you
2 Disturbed - fear
3 Slayer - South of heaven
4 Opeth - Bleak
5 The Sins of Thy Beloved - Lake of Sorrow
6 Arch Enemy - Fields of Desolation
7 Dark Tranquility - Still Moving Sinews
8 Killswitch Engage - My Last Serenade
9 Iced Earth - Vengeance is Mine
10 Megadeth - I'll get Even
11 Bruce Dickinson - Killing Floor
12 Disturbed - God of the Mind
13 Iced Earth - When the Night Falls
14 In Flames - Stand Ablaze
15 Soilwork - Natural Born Chaos
16 Iron Maiden - Wrathchild
17 Megadeth - Five Magics
18 Arch Enemy - We Will Rise
19 Type O Negative - Christian Woman
20 Control Denied - The Fragile Art of Existance

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M, G: Rallye de Memramcook tomorrow. 11:00. Free.

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Prank calling racist NASCAR fans is hilarious.

via MonkeyFilter.

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Brand-new flash-based Sonic the Hedgehog game. Awesome.

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Actually I'm not at all surprised by my fellow Alex's assessment of for loops, because in the electrical engineering / circuit design world, timing is absolutely critical. So if I define a loop in VHDL, I have to know how many clock cycles it will take to execute. If a 'for' loop has a predictable execution that's not a problem, but if you're screwing with the index variable or whatever that makes this task much more difficult.

As far as software is concerned as long as you leave the index variable alone (i.e., don't change it) then I have few problems with creative use of for loops, but in hardware that's a definite no-no.

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Friday, February 27, 2004

WARNING! Technical Rant Below.

While talking to Al, he mentioned Engineers being generally more cautious and those with a CS background being more creative. This reminded me of a debate I had with another guy at work (strangely enough, his name is Alex). The other Alex is an Electrical Engineer and he had a pretty interesting view on FOR statements which us CS grads a different view. To demonstrate, take the following code snippet:

for (i=0, j=last; i < j; i++, j--)
temp = string[i];
string[i] = string[j];
string[j] = temp;

I actually like this bit of code (and I think i actually used it somewhere). It's probably not the most elegant, but no one's ever accused me of being a programming genius. Alex argues the above code is just plain wrong. Although I point out that it works (and is absolutely technically correct), having a "variable" exit condition in a for loop is just plain wrong. "That is not what a FOR loop is meant to do!" he exclaims. If you want to do something like that, you HAVE to use a WHILE so he says. Oh, and he didn't realize that it was possible to have 2 variables in the FOR statement, but considering his other views are you surprised? To compare, this is the same snippet as a while loop:

while (i < j)
temp = string[i];
string[i] = string[j];
string[j] = temp;

How this is more readable is beyond me. It's longer, the conditions of the loop are scattered all over the place, and it does exact the same thing. Now if you were doing something most complicated (pretty much a given) and this loop extended beyond the physical boundaries of your screen. . . . it's really going to take you longer to figure out what it's doing because you have to take in exactly what every line is doing.

The other point came from the use of this:

for (i=0; i < last; i++)
if (string[i] == token)
found = true;

What's the problem here? Well, according to Engineer Alex, it's the break statement in the middle of the FOR loop. That's a major no-no. According to him, a FOR loop MUST execute a fixed number of times. It cannot be variable, have an additional exit condition, look at you funny. . . . He didn't even like it when I suggested that you could do this:

for (i=0; ((i{
if (string[i] == token) found = true;

Apparently, any of these task should only be done using a WHILE loop according to the book of Engineer Alex. When can you use a FOR loop? Well, using the guidelines he specified and considering real-world applications. . . NEVER. I just feel so avant garde now! I'm such a coding rebel! :-p

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I say, what's coolah, than bein cool? Changing your name to Tuandre 3000.

Ah lend me some sugah. I am your neighbour!

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Thursday, February 26, 2004

Checked the article again and Opportunity's playlist was added. They even have a Rush tune.

That's it. I'm making a Mars mix CD.

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Mario Brothers, a tragedy in three parts (1, 2, 3). (flash)

via MetaFilter.

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This easily trumps my randomized playlist. I hope they don't play Bono's ditty.

That list so rocks by the way. It makes the geek in me smile from ear to ear. We will, we will, ROCK YOU! *air guitar*

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Lord of the Ming Quote of the Day:
"That ball's gotta go," said DePorter, managing partner of the restaurant group, which organized the event as part of its annual tribute to Caray, the beloved Cubs broadcaster who died six years ago Thursday. "It's like the ring from 'The Lord of the Rings' and we're kind of like Frodo, trying to get it over with." Glad I was never a Cubs fan.

Ye Gods that was horrid. ..."And here's the cane from Citizen Kane"...

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Wednesday, February 25, 2004


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Since I'm never one to be above stealing other people's ideas, I'm going to lift a page from The Annekenstein Monster and randomize my iTunes playlist and list the first 20 songs, no matter how humbling or embarrassing.

1. The Flaming Lips - Do You Realize??
2. Royal Trux - Inside Game
3. Simon and Garfunkel - The Sound of Silence
4. Three Dog Night - Piece of April ugh..
5. John Mayer - Great Indoors
6. Elliott Smith - St. Ides Heaven
7. Portishead & Moloko - Fun for Me
8. Shawn Colvin - If I Were Brave
9. Outkast/Andre 3000 - My Favourite Things
10. Musical Youth - Pass the Dutchie Good God...
11. The Yardbirds - The Train Kept a'Rolling
12. Parliament - Agony of Defeat
13. The Weakerthans - Greatest Hits Collection
14. Zohar - Shabbat Medley
15. Tegan and Sara - This is Everything
16. The Stone Roses - Breaking into Heaven
17. Wailing Souls - Renegade Survivor
18. Smashing Pumpkins - Once Upon a Time
19. Kid Koala - Nerdball
20. Rush - Sweet Miracle

OK biatches, belly up to the bar and show us what ya' got.

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[Voice=Sean Connery] One Ming, Vassily - one Ming only. [/Voice]

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Just added MonkeyFilter to the links bar. It's like MetaFilter only membership is open so it's not as exclusive and cool as we MetaFilter users are. But it's still got some fun links.

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----- Forwarded message from "Liu, Sandy" -----
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2004 12:09:53 -0500
From: "Liu, Sandy"
Subject: FW: Laugh for the day Nutrition
To: "Alexander O'Neill (E-mail)"
> For those of you who watch what you eat, here's the final word on
> and health; It's a relief to know the truth after all those conflicting
> medical studies.
> 1. Japanese eat very little fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than the
British or Americans.
> 2. Mexicans eat a lot of fat and suffer fewer heart attacks than the
British or Americans.
> 3. Africans drink very little red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks than
the British or Americans.
> 4. Italians drink large amounts of red wine and suffer fewer heart attacks
than the British or Americans.
> 5. Germans drink a lot of beer and eat lots of sausages and fats and
suffer fewer heart attacks than the British or Americans.
> CONCLUSION: Eat and drink what you like. Speaking English is apparently
what kills you.

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Risk. Pfft.

I imagine the mother of all roleplaying tournaments. A tournament so stupendous, the mere whisper of it's very existence would cleave the universe - in twain. Truly the RPG from which all other RPGs are wrought. It would be akin to rolling 2 D20's on a scale of 1 to awesome, that's how cool it would be.

The Duc's opponents would be called - nay - _culled_ from the four corners of the globe. But that's not all. We're not stoppin there. We're goin all out. I'm talkin Third Earth, Middle Earth, Ye Olde Earthe, The Blue Room. No library too high, no comic shop too low.

With The Duc as DungeonMaster in a game where people's very souls are on the line. Indeed. One Ming. One Ming to rule them all.

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I've got it:

The biggest game of Risk ever. Think of it. $30/head for an all-nighter to play Risk on a life-sized board. OK, not actual-sized, but a heck of a lot bigger than that little board you guys usually play on.

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The Duc made me aware of a Jpop band called Yellow Generation. How cool is that?

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It's certainly big enough for a wrestling ring - stadium seating even. He could bill it as THE Island's Most Electrifying Venue. Hockey, concerts, monster trucks, you name it, all can be had at the DucPlex. The People's Box Seats. Terra Cota Tofu. Dynasty Dogs. The mind boggles at the endless possibilites. Heck, he could hire a Mongol bouncer and name him Great Wall.

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Creative activity of the day: Think of ways THE DUC can make some extra cash. Bonus points if it involves his enormous (currently empty) basement. They can be practical ideas (renting out the room for an art studio, martial arts class, storage space for businesses) or they can be fun ideas - possibly of a sexual nature.

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MSN chat of the night

Azriel says:
Jody didn't tell me how much it cost him. I'm poor so I just burned it.
Tuan says:
but but I saw the palace!
Azriel says:
I'm poor in liquid cash. How about that?
Tuan says:
you have warriors, one who has an army cannot be poor
Azriel says:
many mouths to feed...
Tuan says:
I hear the opium trade is profitable.

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Tuesday, February 24, 2004

Useless factoid I was unaware of until now: The Japanese school bell chime heard in many an anime is known as the Westminster. Keen!

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Speaking of which, I got the Onimusha 3 high res opening off of my brother and Holy Mother of Crap is it impressive. Directed by the same guy that did The Returner, only now with a much bigger budget. ROBOT studios is no slouch. Definitely Final Fantasy The Movie caliber CG. It made me forget about Ninja Gaiden for a little bit. Plus how can you not like Takeshi Kaneshiro and Jean Reno teaming up?

The Duc, I'm assuming the quality is better than my crappy Hong Kong bootleg? If so, I'm gonna hafta drop by Walmart. Ming, Ming, Ming. Bad pirate! Bad pirate! ^_^ Oh, and please ignore the fact that I have bootleg films in my collection...

P.S. Fuckers!

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Jody found "The Returner" on DVD at Walmart. For those of you that have no idea what "The Returner" is, forget I mentioned it. I promptly asked to borrow it for a few minutes to pop into my computer a quick spin. Now, if only I could get Jody to pick up Avalon on DVD. . . . .

As with my first CD burner, the DVD burner quickly pays for itself. That is all.

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Eminem Fight of the Day: Slim Shady VS Geekdom. At this rate he'll catch up to the RIAA in sheer number of lawsuits.

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In your face DeBeers!

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Westwood may be a shell of it's former self but at least it's properties live on. The last one was C&C:Generals (another reason to own a PC, hint, hint) developed by EA Los Angeles I beleive. Me? I need a working tesla coil.

Translation for Chantal: It's sorta like Age of Mythology, only instead of sending King Fydywyr to do battle with the wyverns, you send miniature chinks and crackers to their deaths.

Hello. My name is Tuan and I kill puppies for Satan.

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Gah! Westwood has been shutdown? But...but...what of GDI? Nod? [hugs copy of C&C] Why, oh why must they do this? To make NFL 2004? 2005? [walks off bitterly; thinks about making an ion cannon just to spite EA]

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At least Microsoft is smart enough to not lobotomize it's subordinates. So much for any hope of seeing another Wing Commander. Why is it Will Wright is the only guy they don't mess with? Yet...

Hey I have an idea. Let's buy Konami, don't make any more Metal Gear games and dissolve the studio. Brilliant!

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Monday, February 23, 2004

Note to self: No more Google vanity searches.

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I'll say. His wang aim is impeccable.

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Post at The Immortals Co-Opt with a rather impressive bit of work by an industrious CS undergrad student.

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A Monday morning Outsiders moment: "Stay gold Ponyboy. Stay gold."

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Sunday, February 22, 2004

Woohoo, the Snowman Speaketh!

Ah TechTV, been there, done that. I don't watch the Screen Savers as religiously as I used too. I miss Marty. He was the "cool" nerd.

Bitchin. My Transformers Energon Episode 4 download just finished. *mumble* Stupid CanCon. No Cartoon network. *grumble* Lousy YTV for not carrying it. Y'know? This would never have happened if Warren and the Grogs were still around. Ah well. *hugs bittorrent*

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I have finished P.N.03. Finished it on Easy, Normal, and Hard. I have all the suits. They are all maxed out. The Papillon suit is cool up to the point I get hit by a stray F%#@*ing shot. That said, it's time for a new game.

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TechTV Helps Old Pirate

Something I didn't expect from legit television, I was watching the Screen Savers on TechTV and they kindly pointed me to a couple of freeware apps that more or less allows me to copy DVD movies, menus, extras et al. I'm starting to see an new revenue stream here. . . . Or for me to start hitting Jumbo Video, maybe both :-p

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addendum: apparantly blogspot decided to only post _part_ of my info, so as opposed to appearing as "the snowman", I got shortened to just "the"

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yeah, so I'd planned on a less, well, loud first post... but hey. :)

To quote the brothers warner, and their various cartoon characters;

"I came, I saw, I got blown up"

As is my habit on a sunday, I hit the range. This weekend, the range hit back. Apparantly the one in a million chance of getting a bad round from the winchester plant landed that one in the box I bought, rather than in some other poor bastard's slice of the million. pics of the result: 1 2 3 4 (pardon the fuzziness, I've found digital cameras dislike trying to focus autofocus lenses on really shiny objects. The casing on the left is one that politely left the gun without showering me in hot brass bits, included for comparison.)

Anyway, that's the news from this part of the world.

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Saturday, February 21, 2004

Umm.. Did they make Atlas into another little kid robot in this remake? Because if they did I'm gonna feel way weird about the relationship I have with his sidekick robot chick in my head.

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Dammit part deux. "Astroboy is delayed because Steven Spielberg has options on a live action movie that prevent other companies from releasing any Astroboy related material on DVD." My 80's inner child is throwing a hissy fit.

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Dammit! 4 feet of hardpacked snow on the course. Rally postponed. I asked for snow, but this is a lil much.

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G: Is that all? That hardly qualifies as turning the world "on it's head". :) Fact is, Tecmo could have just gotten away with a breast-fest and sold millions. But the funny part is they actually took the time to craft a very good fighting game around the jiggly. Tis why I can't just pass it off. Me upon playing DOA Volleyball. "Wow. They actually threw in a really good volleyball game in addition to the T&A". The new Ninja Gaiden's player models are a direct influence from the already fantastic models used in the DOA series. Besides, "From the maker's of Ninja Gaiden comes Ninja Gaiden" is a bit repetitive.

In other news, Astroboy fucking rocks. Hats off to Sony for making such an awesome show. Wow.

I'm glad you found true love. Me? I'm off to play in the snow tommorow and hope I don't break anything. Rallying is an expensive mistress.

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A: Let me try this one.

T: What Al means to say is that Ninja Gaiden is one of the best-known video games. One of the old-school sidescrollers with a decent plot. It's likely given Tecmo some credibility. Dead Or Alive got its popularity by having jiggly boobs. It's by the same people that brought us Ninja Gaiden. Not the other way around. The thought that nowadays Ninja Gaiden is being advertised as "by the people that brought you Dead or Alive" just isn't right.

In literary news: I traded in "War and Peace" for "Race Car Vehicle Dynamics". "War and Peace" was too slow (got through the first half), and, in Russian style, has too many names for each person. "RCVD" IS THE AUTOMOTIVE PHYSICS BOOK OF MY DREAMS. I've finally found a book that explains things (tire dynamics, aerodynamics, etc.) the way I like - good explainations, force/moment diagrams, and charts to show the non-linearities. Best Description of Slip Angle and Over/Under/Neutral Steer Ever. I think I'm in love.

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Friday, February 20, 2004

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Man, if I didn't hate the cold so much I'd build me a big 'ol fort.

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G: I get it. I get jokes. ;)

A: How so? Tecmo makes the original Ninja Gaiden and Ryu has been in every iteration of Dead or Alive.

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For a company called Smart, they sure could use some math lessons.

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wow...that picture from NS is scary...gotta say that I don't miss those days all that much...and all I've got to say is it was 17 degrees here today with bright, sunny skies.....nyaanyaanyanyaaanyaaaaaaaa

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Since I don't have a TV I usually miss such things, but I just caught the following phrase in an ad:

"From the maker's of Dead or Alive comes Ninja Gaiden"

The world is now officially ON ITS HEAD.

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Thursday, February 19, 2004

A buddy in Nova Scotia:

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Tiger Woods, by Dan Bern.

I got big balls
Big ol' balls
Big as grapefruits
Big as pumpkins
Yes sir, yes sir
And on my really good days
They swell to the size of small dogs
My balls are as big as small dogs

Well, it ain't braggin' if it's true
Yes sir, yes sir
It ain't braggin' if it's true
Muhammad Ali said that
Back when he was a young man
Back when he was Cassius Clay
Before he fought too many fights
And left his brain inside the ring

And sometimes I wish I was Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods
Sometimes I wish I was Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods

I got a friend whose goal in life
Was to one day go down on Madonna
That's all he wanted
That was all
To one day go down on Madonna
And when my friend was thirty-four
He got his wish in Rome one night
He got to go down on Madonna
In Rome one night in some hotel
And ever since he's been depressed
'Cause life is shiat from here on in
And all our friends just shake their heads
And say too soon, too soon, too soon
He went down on Madonna too soon
Too young, too young, too soon, too soon

And it ain't braggin' if it's true
Yes sir, yes sir
It ain't braggin' if it's true
Muhammad Ali said that
Back when he was Cassius Clay
Before he fought too many fights
And left his brain inside the ring

And sometimes I wish I was Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods
Sometimes I wish I was Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods

If certain girls don't look at you
It means that they like you a lot
If other girls don't look at you
It just means they're ignoring you
How can you know, how can you know?
Which is which, who's doing what?
I guess that you can ask 'em
Which one are you baby?
Do you like me or are you ignoring me?
Do you like me or are you ignoring me?
Do you like me or are you ignoring me?
And all you need to do that
Is one good pair of big balls
Balls as big as grapefruits
Balls as big as pumpkins
Balls as big as mine

But even though my balls are big
Sometimes I wish they were bigger
Even bigger
Big as the wheels on tractors
Big as the golden arches
Big as the Golden Gate Bridge
Big as the state of Kansas
Big as Mars and Jupiter
Big as the swing of Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods
Tiger Woods

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Tuan's I'm snowed in mp3 playlist:

The Strokes - 12:51
Jet - Are you gonna be my girl?
OutKast - Hey ya
Fefe Dobson - Take me away
Koda Kumi - Real Emotion
Clone Defects - Low Fashion Lovers
Stacie Orrico - More to life

A nice mix of garage rock and wuss rock if I must say so. Oh, and the requisite token Jpop tune. ^_^

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So the Vagina Monologues is playing here in town and that got me thinkin. Dammit. I'm going to one up those lesbians and start my own one man show. I call it - The Penis Poems.

With such classics as:

Ode to my Wang

The Fireman's Helmet

Paging Mr. Johnson

There once was a man from GuangDong

Sucky sucky figh dollah

Morning Wood

Gregory on Gregory action

And who could forget - Men are from Mars, now suck my penis

And many many more...

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Sorry G. They told me they'd go easy on me if I turned you in.

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Wednesday, February 18, 2004


OH, That's hilarious! [pounds fist repeatedly into floor]

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Uhhh.. Ming?

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What has The Duc been cookin?

I've been pretty busy lately. The big chunk of my time away from work is spent at the arena. I'm on the ice about 4-5 times a week playing hockey. I've been playing in two leagues plus some pick-up. It's been pretty tiring, but the season is almost over. I think going back to playing once or twice a week during the Summer will be a nice change.

Other than that, I've been busy doing stuff around the house. Cleaned out all the junk that was in my living room. Then I started working on restructuring my little computer network. Finally got my Windows XP box to finally talk to my Linux box via Samba. Trying to figure out what computer a particular file is stored on tends to be a problem when you have 5 computers, I finally got the old PIII-450 setup as a file server and moved all my data onto that. Got around to moving the new computer into my room, exchanged the old router for a WiFi router, and got a cheap USB WiFi adapter to get it connected to my little network. Damn USB devices, I've been trying to sort out some reliability issues with the WiFi adapter. . . . I think I have it working now, but I've said that a few times last week too. Realized the other day that my Win XP box was underclocked. . . tried fixing that (what a disaster!) The machine was completely unstable and crashing for a while. Finally got the correct BIOS settings after a few hours. Managed to get the thing to work in dual-channel mode (it's really sweet now!) Next move, finish setting up the computer in my room and get Linux working on it with the network.

Greg: I'm currenting working under the Millitary product line and I am working on a project that is destined for Tampa. I'm not sure if it's the project that you heard about though and if I did know, I'm not sure if I am privy to tell you. All I can say is what I'm working on is pretty cool.

Aside from trying to save enough money to pay my bills, not much else has been happening.

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A really interesting article here ( ad-view thingy required) about how the brain actually works, and what effects certain drugs have that can actually enhance brain activity.

Excerpt from the article's subject's book here "Mind Wide Open" by Steven Johnson

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Dear Tecmo,

If you delay Ninja Gaiden yet again, the final product better cleave lesser games in twain. I commend you on your work and might I add your 3D jiggling boobie renderer is fantastic.

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I think in the early 90s Disney did own the Jim Henson studio, before they sold it to some German company. This wasn't too bad, actually, this is when they made the show Dinosaurs, which IMO is very underrated.

Unfortunately Disney has lost its soul long ago, and will probably just use the property to churn out many mindless sequels like they do with Winnie the Pooh. On the other hand, if they come out with something as good as Dinosaurs again, it's better than nothing.

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I must consult Peter. Is this a good or a bad thing? And would Statler and Waldorf approve?

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Conan kicks ass. Gotta love the man's self-deprecating humour.

Man, when you're Canadian and being patriotic is defined as not being an American whoo boy! Let the 'merican bashing commence, but oh no, you can't touch the French. *still very bitter at stupid censorship*

Scooby Doo can do do, but Jimmy Carter is smarter.

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Man is smart. Chantal is Schmatar. :-)

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On behalf of all slanties, I apologize. I mean, how are we to know you're not of Arabian descent? I swear, you people all look alike. ^_^ Schmatar... *giggle*

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just call me Schmatar....

That's first bill came for my newspaper delivery today, and the bill was addressed to one Mr. Schmatar Doucelt....kinda makes the 20 minutes I spent trying to spell my name over the phone seem pointless...even worse is that it's an English newspaper....

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Tuesday, February 17, 2004

What my favourite movie says about me (cont'd)

And the original, if you haven't read it.

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Metal Slug: Stick Fight (flash)

via BBspot.

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Huzzah! I fully back you roundeyes.

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G: Put it this way, let's say that you are an honest, hardworking engineer who gets paid based on how close to the top of the pile of engineers ou are. Then they find out that doing Meth increases your ability to use AutoCAD, but it can also very likely kill you., and definitely has some very serious side effects.

Now let's say that enough engineers start doing the drug thing, and they overcrowd the rest to the point where the abstainers can't make a living as engineers anymore. Perhaps he'd be tempted to join the crowd, but has a family to worry about, and would like to live to see his grandchildren, etc.

See the parallel now?

Anyway, when robots start playing baseball I'll certainly watch, but people playing will still be interesting as well.

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Master Splinter is the shizzle.

As Tuan ponders whether this can be applied to long duration space missions. Hmmmmm... Sweet.

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All hail the ants!

''If they are athletes in training, the rat study indicates that their training would be much more effective, injury would be overcome more easily and the effect of the training would last a much longer time.''

Heaven forbid that our athletes be genetically modified to be stronger, faster, and higher. I'm glad the engineering world isn't like the biological one. "No, you shouldn't combine the iron with bits of nickel and chromium to make the beam stronger. The point of engineering is to use only iron."

Welcome rat overlords!

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I, for one, welcome our new mutant rat overlords.

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Cause ya know he wants ta bomb the yanks.

CAN YOU SEEEEEEEE at what THE DUC is lookin' - classic.

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Ah yes. Tis on all the TF boards.

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Monday, February 16, 2004

Fark Photoshop contest: Theme: Transformers get real jobs.

My faves:

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Damn. And here I was hoping for H.

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From the Jargon File's appendices, A Portrait of J. Random Hacker. A pretty interesting outline of the key personality traits common to 'hackers' (in the proper, positive sense of the term) gathered from within the community of self-identifying hackers themselves. As with any such generalization it really doesn't fit any one particular person, but I found I identified with quite a bit of it. The Jargon File is itself a fun binge-reading session.

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Binnie's Recipe Corner - Potato Leek Soup


*2 tablespoons of butter ( I used olive oil)
*� pound of leeks, sliced and washed. (that is about 3 large leeks, 4 small ones)
*1 � pounds of potatoes (depending on the potatoes 4-7)
*2 cups of veggie stock or water, (it would probably work with chicken or beef if you prefer.
* 2 cups of milk. (skim works as well as whole or anything in the middle) if you don�t want to use milk just substitute with additional stock
*1 teaspoon of salt. (I never use this because of the stock)
*peper to taste
*pasley to taste

If you want you can add carrots or garlic. I have tried it and they taste good too.

saut� the leeks in butter for 8-10 minutes

add potatoes, stock (and any other veggies you want) bring to a boil, lower heat and allow to simmer for 30 minutes or until the veggies have gone soft. add 2 cups of milk and simmer for 10 more minutes.

if you cut the veggies small you can serve it as is or put it through the blender

peper to taste.

-- my review shall be coming shortly ;)

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G: Before you leave we shall have to kill many chickens and tear off their wings in celebration. (not in celebration of you leaving, mind you, but in celebration of getting to consume wings)

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I've been wondering where The Duc has been this last while. And here he is extolling the virtures (rather, vices) of the internet and how it can be used to acquire H. CAN YOU SEEEEEEEE at what THE DUC is lookin'.

DUC, you gonna be in on this?

Speaking of anime, there was a 3-way tie during a vote on Saturday. 11 votes apiece. If this were America, we'd still be doing recounts :) As it was, the (oh, what do you call the guy that counts the votes and introduces the series? Anyway, him.) cast the tiebreaking vote for Ninja Scroll. You know, it's not common to have 3-way ties. There've been 2-way ties before - in fact the previous Saturday there was a 2-way tie, and the M.C. (or whatever) broke the tie by voting for Ninja Scroll.

As for news of interest, I may be going to Alberta again this summer. Possibly upwards to 4 months. (Yes, I know, technically, summer is only 3 months.)

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The Duc says this: Kiddy Grade is not H. The Duc sees no tenticles or graphical depictions. Getting caught buying Hentai is shameful. Especially when one can freely download Hentai in the comfort of one's home.

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Sunday, February 15, 2004

Oh man I hate it when pornoshentais try to have a story.

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So it turns out that the guy who is responsible for the new re-branded look of Mozilla's FireFox Browser is someone I went to high school with. He also has a pretty good blog.

PS. FireFox kicks ass, popup-blocking, faster than IE, no stupid clickity sound, and no mysterious spyware programs installing themselves onto your computer while you're not looking.

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Happy belated Valentine's Day!

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The Duc, is this hentai? Cause on the surface it looks, smells, and tastes like H. I just ummm y'know... I don't wanna get caught buying hentai. *nervous laugh*

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Damn did I ever want one and a 3DO too! But her 2D glory lives on in glorious emulation. Playmore bought them out so that I may continue whopping much ass in the 2D arena. ^_^

Greg. Clicky. Wipe the screen when you're done.

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Saturday, February 14, 2004

I'd like to see Triumph travel a bit further east and get some real humour potential :)

Hilarious google image search result of the day:

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Friday, February 13, 2004

Exactly how the fuck is making fun of French people racist? Since when are the French a race? As silly as the whole concept of race is. I've been watching it on Star TV cause I missed the 1st show so I've been a day behind. So what did they go and do?

CHUM Television, which carries the show in Ontario, expressed regrets and said it was excising the Triumph sketch from the Friday night re-broadcast on Star, its national channel.

Sigh. Annoyed I am.

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Read it on Canoe, don't even get me started. He's freaking Triumph, he rips on everyone and damn funny doin it. 1st 2 shows = it's ok to bash Yankees, but God forbid should you mess with le French.

Mock me if you must, but do not speak ill of the Masturbating Bear. The Bear is sound. The Bear is rock solid.

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Oh for fuck's sake.

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Thursday, February 12, 2004

PacMan (flash)

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Yeah, but when THE ONE AND ONLY DUC is all you get on google, that's impressive.

My new plan for world domination is two fold: I will create the Wang Party of Canada. Gregory will start the Connie Chung Coalition. After a period of petty squabling, we will set aside our differences and "unite the right".

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So like there's this competition for 'president of the Internet'. The rules are, whoever gets the highest rank on google for the phrase 'president of the internet' wins. So if other people link to you, and say 'president of the Internet' in their links then it helps your ranking. Since my being the #1 result for al o'neill, I don't need this honour, so I think I'll help out the cause of this guy:

Dan James - President of the Internet

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Yakov-ism of the day: In Soviet Russia, car swears at YOU.

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Petter's always been a goofy goody two shoes. Now Tommi Makinen doing the moonwalk in gold boots on his last rally - that's the shizzle.

Petter upon winning the title last year (in a full accent of course): "Whoistdawurldchampyun?!!"

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World rally champion promises to stop swearing after his mother yells at him.

"The difference between this and NASCAR is that NASCAR drivers promise to stop yelling when their mothers swear at them."

via Fark.

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Wednesday, February 11, 2004

Greg, why was I not informed?!

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n-dimensional penis
Tycho is very good at making with the funnAy:

One of the other two sexual configurations is dreadfully mundane, I'm afraid - asexual reproduction. Nothing to write home about here. It's just like masturbating, except that when you get done there's somebody else in the room.

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It just hit me that by 2007, there'll potentially be 8 consoles on the market. Something's gotta give.

Infinium Phantom
Xbox Next
Nintendo N5
Nintendo DS
Nintendo Gameboy Advance 2
Playstation Portable
Nokia N-Gage

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The affordable Porsche.

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Leisure Suit Larry is back. And he's on Xbox. That is all.

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The Duc, Gregory, commence salivating:

Shooting of Initial D is being delayed due to conflicts between Tsui Hark and Media Asia Group. Firstly, there is a disparity of some HK$10 million between the two's proposals on the production budget. Tsui Hark wants the movie to be as grandiloquent as possible and to film the car races on actual locations - primarily Japan and Europe - as depicted in the comics. However, this would require a hefty budget which Media Asia Group is loath to fork out. Secondly, the script is heading in two directions. Media Asia Group wants the movie to be commercially viable, while Tsui Hark insists on making it according to his filming language and style. Thirdly, while they are basically in agreement on the male cast Jay Chou, Edison Chan, Shawn Yue and Anthony Wong, they are again in dissent on the female lead. Owing to many disputes, the studio decided to push shooting from February to March, with no date fixed, contingent on how the issue develops. Media Asia Group declined comment on what it would do should the controversies remain unresolved, but some top-dog from it privately revealed that the director would be changed if the worst comes to the worst.

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Now, you gotta ask yourself, who would Tuan vote for?...

Isn't politics grand? And now because I'm a color commentator (of color) I must say she's quite high on my poll and by the time I'm done with her - she won't know the meaning of conservative.

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Tuesday, February 10, 2004

A Corollary to the Ladder Theory As it Applies to Nerds.

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Our friend Kevan must have a girlfriend.

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Biased much?

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Crap. I lost.

is a
Fish-Eating Samurai Monkey

...with a Battle Rating of 7.2

To see if your Food-Eating Battle Monkey can
defeat Greg, enter your name:

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Um, that Bumblejumper is now over $3k US. How did Nicholas Cage put it? Oh yes. "Some people have TOO MUCH FUCKING MONEY!"

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French Fried Cheese

via Ask MetaFilter.

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Monday, February 09, 2004

Why is the ISO country code abbreviation for Switzerland .ch? Cecil knows.

via BBspot.

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is a
Beef-Eating Magic Monkey

...with a Battle Rating of 8.4

To see if your Food-Eating Battle Monkey can
defeat Alexander, enter your name:

via Cynthia.

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C: Oh, you are probably just going straight to Blogger instead of starting at the page. On that page there are some links at the top-right to sites I visit frequently. :)

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I see a c; and an arrow..but what is it pointing to?There is nothing next to it on my screen...... :o(

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I figure one can never be too stereotypically Canadian...

That shot landed right on the money, by the way ;)

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I wonder if the bidder knows you can get a real car for that price. Heck, one more grand and you could get a used Toyota.

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This crazy fucktard moment, brought to you by - eBay.

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Down with pants!

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The Mao of Pooh; "All reactionaries are paper tiggers".

via MetaFilter.

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Via Troy.

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Sunday, February 08, 2004



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links bar?????

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Welcome Cat and Girl to the links bar. Their archive is definitely worth perusing. (Note. they're post-post-modern, in a tongue-in-cheek kind of way).

Other people should add stuff to the links bar too.

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Saturday, February 07, 2004

My all time favourite comic artist looks like Tao. This *scares* me deeply. Not only is he Tao. He's Tao with a goatee! Making him, errr... good Tao, cause obviously Don Figueroa is the opposite of my brother.

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"We know each other by transitivity" -- pevans.

Been in CS too long? You start to say stuff like this.

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Friday, February 06, 2004

Yeah Disney getting half of Pixar's profits made sense when they were an upstart looking for support. Now it's just retarded.

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Jobs to Disney. Piss off. Ouch.

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Check out the latest addition to the links bar for all your 80's child nostalgia-busting needs.

Featured articles on the Tetris board game, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Fan Club Kit, and the GoBots movie, The Battle of the Rock Lords.

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Thursday, February 05, 2004

If you didn't have a sizeable collection of MadBalls growing up it likely meant that your mother didn't love you enough.

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I never thought a bad pun could make me quite so sad, until I clicked on G's last link and read the headline.

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Two heads are better than one.

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The hell with Episode 3! There is a God. Dear Lord, please don't cast Eddie Murphy as a wisecrackin, in yo face, babelfish... oh the humanity!

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Wok Sledding. (.mov)

via Fark.

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Have you had your peanuts today?

In celebration of the first full moon of the lunar new year, Koreans are flocking to their grocery stores to buy peanuts...apparently eating peanuts today will bring good luck for the year...

***cultural note*** only Koreans over the age of 40 still ask "have you had your rice today?" as a form of greeting amongst friends...although occassionally they do try to modify it for westerners, and it took me forever to figure out why my co-teachers were so concerned with whether or not I had eaten dinner yet- I kept misunderstanding them and thinking that they were trying to invite me to join them....

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Wednesday, February 04, 2004

I like the car. A change from the usual rice.

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Almost forgot, Sony did build the everything machine, the PSX. It was released during Xmas in Japan and flopped. Better luck next time. Nintendo and MS (see! I didn't replace the S with a dollar sign), won't be sharing the same hardware as Nintendo. Both companies are control freaks, Nintendo moreso. And unlike Sega, Nintendo has no debt, so they'll be playing with their own ball for a little while yet. They managed to capture the #2 spot over the holidays.

That being said I haven't got my game on in awhile. Stupid drought. But what I can offer is... The nerdiest car - ever.

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M'eh. I just want a transforming keg. He'd be called Kegatron, natch.

As for building a better beer bot, two words: Lego Mindstorms.

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Alexander O'Neill"
To: "Ken Kent"; "Nathaniel Couture"; "Dick, Joshua Robert"
Sent: Wednesday, February 04, 2004 12:24 AM
Subject: Something to spend our research money / time on

>> Surely we can improve upon this.

Right away I can comment that we would have a better
solution if we simply had the robot tilt the glass to
reduce the head. Nothing worse than head ... in
this context anyway


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Tuesday, February 03, 2004

A lot of jockeying for position at the moment. Xbox Next specs change depending on who you ask. Same thing happened with the Xbox and then they changed spec a little before launch. I'm more curious about Nintendo's dual screen portable they're putting out. Methinks it'll flop but who knows? At least they're not Nokia.

Going through many "console wars" before, specs matter not 'cept to the hardcore. Marketing rules supreme. It's not about the guts it's about the games, and the number of triple A developers you can woo. And so I end my gaming blurb with a little something from the folks that brought you Transformers - Beer Bot!

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Judging by the newly-leaked specs for XBox 2, with a little tweaking it could probably be made to run Mac OS X. IBM G5-class processor, ATI graphics, blah blah.. My bet is Nintendo and MS are going to have a single underlying hardware platform / suppliers, with Nintendo making a slimmer, pure-gaming machine and MS going after the media centre market, while Sony tries to go it alone and build the everything machine on totally in-house technology.

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Monday, February 02, 2004

Suh-weet. I am sooo doing this.

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Yay for Al !!!

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Christ, do I have to do everything myself?

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So I'm on an aircraft kick again, this whole site rocks, cause Sukhoi wanted to build a flying tank!

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No, but depending on your opinion of Huckleberry Finn, Twain would cleave lesser books. (Apologies for the bad pun. I'm still thinking about "No, officer. I did nothing wrong. But I apologize for the wardrobe malfunction." Proving once again, the rich and famous _are_ different than the rest of us. And I'm unhappy that I missed it. Especially since I was one of only about half a dozen people who didn't see it.)

I'm really starting to miss the internet.

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I got a bridge to sell you.

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War and Peace eh? Would you say it's so big it would cleave lesser books in twain? Is it the book from which all other books are wrought?

P.S. I have the internet. ^_^

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I saw the Super Bowl. But I changed over to CTV during the Halftime show to watch Law and Order because "nothing interesting happens during the halftime show". Dammit. In fact, when I flipped back and saw Mr. Timberlake singing, I quickly changed back to CTV. Ah well. Maybe the internet has a copy somewhere.

In literary news, in the last 10 days I've read "Notes From Underground", "Crime and Punishment", and "The Death of Ivan Ilych". I've currently got a copy of "War and Peace" sitting on my nightstand. All 1,116 pages of it. I'm almost afraid to tackle it, since it's bigger than I am. I flipped through the pages to ensure there were no Maltese Falcons in it. It's that heavy.

And of course, they're quite good. Advice: Never read the "Introduction" to a novel. Some translator/critic will feel the need to summarize the plot, including giving away the ending. I've taken to reading the introduction _after_ I finish the novel. If Tolstoy had wanted me to know something before chapter one, he would have written it himself. Really, people. Did you actually think I would enjoy the book more by telling me most of the details beforehand?

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I missed THE halftime shot?! *grumble, grumble* All Super Bowl and no Simpsons make Tuan something something...

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My Duc-ky Senses are tingling.
Cars take a backseat to fighter planes. Always. Yes Greg, even the 'vette. And yes I need a change of pants.

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Sunday, February 01, 2004

That is funny. I'm hopin Toyota whoops some good 'ol boy ass. So Honda, Nissan, and the rest follow suit.

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The best part about the NAPCAR / Toyota thing is that they get all hot and bothered about World War II all the while Mr. Spencer drives a fucking Daimler-Chrysler.

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Speaking of my boy robot fetish, AIBO's got nuthin on this little guy. Introducing QRIO. Sony and Honda should definitely shack up.

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