How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy

Hello world... what do ya know... I can now get online in my room, albiet with a rather weak system. Stripped down windows install, just enough to get me online. I may actually work to fix it up, but man, is it being really sniggery. I had the worst time getting windows to install, even though I was working on a completely blank hard drive. Wierdness.

I had a great revelation last night. I don't remember it.

I'm amazed at the plethora of "As seen on TV" electronic muscle device thingywhoozits out nowadays. The latest fad for infomercials.

Though that shiny bathing suit one of the models is wearing is... well, shiny. I like shiny objects. Forget the model, I just want the bathing suit to stare at and fiddle with... oh, shiny.

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