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I got a new box [07 Mar 2006|10:19pm]
[ mood | cheerful ]

It's a Compaq Presario SR1750NX with a 200GB HD, 1.0GB RAM, a 3500+ AMD Athlon 64 Processor, a DVD/CD RW drive, an integrated Radeon Express 200 Graphics card, plus windows XP and Norton 2005. Oh, it also only cost me $520 with rebates, which I'll be mailing out sahortly.


hahaha [31 Jan 2006|03:18am]
My concert year is starting off well, on February 23rd I'll be in Fort Wayne at a NIN concert which is going to kicks ass, then on April 9th I'll in in Indy to watch Rob Zombie and Lacuna Coil which will kick ass as well.

I'm pysched.

[02 Jan 2006|07:49am]

In the year 2006 I resolve to:

Stop being a sissy and fight the bully who keeps stealing my milk money.

Get your resolution here


Calvin and Hobbs kicks ass [20 Dec 2005|06:58pm]
[ mood | calm ]

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It's Black and White without the grey cream filling [18 Nov 2005|10:58pm]
[ mood | apathetic ]

I've been running into people I've known from back in highschool, or meet someone new that's cool and they end up knowing someoen I know and haven't seen in a while. Most of these people are from the Generation X period, or the crossover generation that was just up next. With these people I've runinto and met I've found that everyone who's from that generation period is usually a work-aholic, and they're either in a really crappy state of affairs, or are doing great. There's never been an inbetween. Their life is either miserable, or it's pretty much all they've wanted, or jsut damned good enough to make them happy all the time.

I fit into the Black and white generation spectrum quite fine. I'm a work-aholic and am looking forward to topping my work week with 54 hours with 14 of those hours being overtime. I really like my job, being it not the one I had seen myself having before, or wanted to have before, but I really like it and it's more fun that I thought it would be (I'm a welder for those of you I haven't been able to talk to in a while). I'm perfictly happy with no real complaints about my life. Yeah, my apartments sucks, I'm single, my vehicle sucks, but was a bargan buy for how great of shape it is/was in. Those are things that can be changed easily enough. Oh, I need to cut back on the drinking a bit, but oh well.


The next plague [28 Oct 2005|07:33am]
[ mood | awake ]

It has been nearly a century since a pandemic - the Spanish flu - killed tens of millions of people. Now, health experts warn that another influenza pandemic, this time involving the H5N1 variant of bird flu, is in the offing.

If the expected pandemic is as bad as the Spanish flu, more than 50 million deaths could be recorded worldwide, even if a successful vaccine is developed, experts warn.

An estimated 12,000 died from Spanish flu in Australia in 1919; a little more than half were from NSW. Wearing gauze masks was mandatory and gathering in crowds was banned. Shops were not allowed to hold sales and space regulations were imposed on restaurants and the like.

In any bird flu pandemic, the global economic dislocation could be severe since the healthiest people, aged between 20 and 40, could be most at risk of infection. And the world economy is much more integrated than it was in 1918 when Spanish flu struck, so the spread of the disease through travel and tourism would be much more immediate.

"The longer I think about this, the grimmer it appears," Sherry Cooper, an economist with Canadian financial conglomerate BMO Nesbitt Burns, wrote in a recent report on the likely effects of avian flu. "Certainly, there would be winners - such as funeral homes and other death-related businesses, some drug companies and private medical establishments - but they would be relatively few in number and relatively small in the economic scheme of things."

The BMO Nesbitt Burns report assessed the impact on financial markets from a bird flu pandemic, pointing to China as the likely origin. The economic dislocation would be so severe it would derail the commodities boom, resulting in plunging demand for metal and steel, slumping oil prices, chaotic financial markets and widespread corporate collapse.

The World Health Organisation predicts that financial markets would be forced to close, with significant economic dislocation.



I've read talk of if the blird flue and human flue were to mix, this could truly turn into a world wide plague killing millions.


hmmm [30 Jul 2005|01:19am]
Well, I'm offline again. I think the people I was leaching from figured out I was leaching from them and locked me out. I'm not really bothered though since I've been considering just getting cable internet anyway, and this gives me a reason too.

Break the machine, build a Monster! [13 Jul 2005|05:17am]
[ mood | hungry ]

I just got back online after 2 weeks or so of being off line as my computer died. Every resister popped like popcorn and I had to scrap my motherboard. It sucked, and I was looking to have to start paying out cash I don't really have to get a new computer, or atleast a new motherboard to get backonline and be able to do my banking and financial transactions. I didn't have to pay a ciungle cent for my new computer. I lucked out when scavanging for parts from dinosoar towers in my mom's attick when my step-dad pops up saying a tenant that ditched out in a building he baught left a few computers (2) that'd he'd just give me. So out of those two my buddy Billy and I (mostly him) made a monster worth of the name, Monster as the zip drive and hard drive stick out the side. This making it an open case as we had to take the side off to make it work.

In other news, I'm now a full time associate of Wabash insted of a temp. Now in roughly 90 days I can get life insurance and all that other giid stuff and start getting myself taken care of where I can't do it myself. Plus I can get the tests done that need to be done.

Other than that I'm busy as hell working 60+ hours a week.

P.S. as of now it's the 13th and that means Ozzfest is in 18 days.


Good Mourning [11 Jun 2005|06:16am]
[ mood | tired ]

Yesterday was fucking awesome, well, it started thursday night when I broke up with me girlfired. It was a mutual thing, but I like the sound of breaking up with the Flake better since I don't really plan on talking to her unless she talks to me, but oh well. But yesterday was awesome. I'm nto entierly sure how it was awesome, but I was in a great mood all day, even while I sweated my ass off at work. After work was pretty cool, Met up with friends at the XXX, but when I ran across the street before headding in to pick up cigarettes I met up with the coolest Canadian in the world whom I haven't seen in a while and it's always cool running into him or jsut hanging out with him. In the process of running into the the coolest Canadian I met a guy that goes by the name Pugsly whom was given 2 100 gig servers to run a radio station on and was talking to me about doing live talk shows and playing local bands on, which sounds pretty cool with what he told me on hoe he wants different types of personalitys for DJ's and people to talk and take calls. After than when I finally went into the XXX I ran into an old friend I haddn't seen in at least a year, and even an x that I don't like at all, but my day was still awesome because the x up and left within minutes of me getting there, too bad my friend left with her, but oh well.

My day ruled.

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I've come to a conclusion [05 Jun 2005|03:02am]
Within a years time I will be in the navy and training to be an underwater welder.

heh [14 May 2005|08:35pm]
You scored as Fox. You are the Fox. You are quite intelligent and use it to your advantage. You are a diplomatic person and use that to help your friends in times of crisis, not choosing sides. You are also very patient, waiting for what you want.






























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Those who know find those who know [14 May 2005|03:13am]
It's always kind of funny when you find someone who knows.

But what's really strange is that I almost call her Rachel all the time with how much she reminds me of you.

And tonight I found out she knows.
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guess what I got? [13 May 2005|02:49am]
The new NIN CD, plus the limited edition vynal with tracks unreleased on CD, plus a with teeth t-shirt. I rule.
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Pirate is the way to go [01 May 2005|08:36am]
I'm pirating a wireless broadband connction at my apartment, and am getting a 512 RAM stick for $55, har har har.

One more thing [23 Mar 2005|04:12am]
Moving also means I won't have internet for a while, but everyone should know how to get ahold of me otherwise, if the want ever occures.

Moving [23 Mar 2005|04:09am]
Yeah, moving into my own place this weekend, it's going to be great, and I'll live down the street form a cretain someoen that's caught my eye, and that's f'n sweet.
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Past due [03 Mar 2005|04:56am]
Friends come and go in our lives as easily as school teachers, work associats, or even the girl you were hitting on while waiting on a billards table at the bar last Friday. Not all friendships are long lasting, but not all of them are short lived; though, there are friendships of all sorts.

The long lasting friendships you try to hold onto as long as you can because it's hard to jsut forget about and move on without talking to someone you've known for years every again. There are just too many memories and good times you can remember, and there is too much of a closeness and comfort in knowing someoen that knows you as well as you know them....but it happens.

The short lasting friendships are hard to forget too because even though it was only for a few months, you and person got along really well and had several things in common that you could pull up a conversation on at any time. It was never booring.

Aquantences don't count.

The most important thing to remember when a friendship ends and fizzles out for what ever reason is to remember the good times and no focus on the bad because focusing on the bad only leaves you a miserable person with no friends. Oh, and to always know when to say good by and just let go.

Quick update [24 Jan 2005|11:37am]
Am working 2nd shift at Wabash now, so that's cool.

And my mom thinks I might be Diabetic now.

Keith's Girlfriend [20 Jan 2005|02:10pm]

Isn't she beautiful?

P.S. I tried to just post the picture but freewebs, or livejournal won't let it happen so it's just the link to click, or copy and paste.

This is damned gross, and real [05 Jan 2005|05:08am]
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The story isn't real, but the picture is.
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