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Latest comment: 03 January 05, 2:48 AM

Tsunami Emergency
by rich at 30 December, 2004 - 6:42 AM

$360 donated $140 left to go

I am sickened by the carnage in South Asia. So I have decided it is time to do something to help.
I am putting up a personal challenge to the DTC crowd. I would like to see us raise $500 for relief aid via the Red Cross. Go here and chose International Response Fund to donate.
To backup my personal challenge I will match any donation to the International Response Fund 100% with a donation of my own (up to $500). For extra incentive to provide some urgency I will donate an extra $150 on top of the $500 if we actually hit that goal before the weekend is out. Just post in this thread on this board (or e-mail me rich at tekkiehaus dot com) about your donation and I will take your word for it.
Latest comment: 06 January 05, 2:19 AM

Skateboarding on the micro tip
by Casey at 30 December, 2004 - 4:11 AM
Latest comment: 30 December 04, 5:29 AM

artifact, anyone?
by ben at 29 December, 2004 - 11:27 AM
wow, this looks really familiar... kind of like what the Artifact site did, snicker
Latest comment: 30 December 04, 6:13 AM

by Septimus at 29 December, 2004 - 8:38 AM
I went and saw The Life Aquatic. But I couldn't concentrate because one of the 8,312 previews was for Hitch Hikers Guide. I've been hearing about it for awhile but it was nice to know it's actually finished. Nothing in the preview but the title. They better not screw it up.
Latest comment: 30 December 04, 4:02 AM

There's only one word for it...
by Casey at 28 December, 2004 - 6:16 PM
and its Numanuma
Latest comment: 04 January 05, 5:05 AM

pearls and swine
by ben at 28 December, 2004 - 8:41 AM
I went and saw Sideways last night. I really thought it was outstanding. It moved much faster than About Schmidt, done by the same director, and the writing was fantastic. Also, it had Paul Giamatti (American Splendor, as well as Duets - shut up, i liked it - and Confidence) and Thomas Haden Church, who was Lowell on Wings, both of whom I already like.
Latest comment: 28 December 04, 5:53 PM

the real (crappy) deal
by ben at 28 December, 2004 - 6:57 AM
so my car won't start. odds are on the starter from other people, battery from my father and myself. i at least have to fix the hood in order to fix the car to get it to start, which means i'll have to fix the frame and turn signal (the most expensive part). while i'm in there, it would be remarkably stupid of me not to change the oil & get alignment done (just another $100 total).

when blue book on your car is $1800 as is, and will only go up $500 in value if i spend, wait for it... $1800 on it, i'm thinking i may see what Nissan will do for me if i can get it started and drive it in. I have a while yet to pay the car off, that's the big loser. at least i've kept this one for almost 3 years, hehehe.
Latest comment: 29 December 04, 8:37 AM

RPG: The Instruction Manual: Special Extended Director's Edition
by elfie at 28 December, 2004 - 4:38 AM
[cross-posted to livejournal]

Pie got me Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories for Christmas because she's awesome, and I absolutely love it. It picks up exactly where Kingdom Hearts left off, it's got a very innovative gameplay style, and it's quite enjoyable to play. Now I don't claim to be Kingdom Hearts Grand Master, but I read the instruction manual and have probably played the game for a good six to eight hours, so I kind of figured I at least had the basics of gameplay down. Boy was I wrong.

Latest comment: 29 December 04, 7:16 AM

ok, for real
by ben at 27 December, 2004 - 8:23 AM
jamie didn't believe me that the last time i posted about this counted, but:

Thursday night - Saturday Night (but hopefully really on new year's eve), there will be a shindig at my place for all who want to come. I'm not working friday, obviously... food will be there until it - or the Farm Store next door - runs out.
I will be supplying my own music, but anyone who wants to come try out my tricky new (to me, old to Ralph) tables is welcome to come.
Latest comment: 03 January 05, 6:42 AM

Wild, Wild Web
by Casey at 27 December, 2004 - 4:55 AM
I know more than a fair number of people who have switched to macs now for the reasons described in this article. Is it really that bad out there? I mean, I don't even have virus software on my macs at home; never needed it. Do you have to be a computer expert (like all of you) to keep your windows machine clean and operational these days?
Latest comment: 28 December 04, 7:07 AM

Ripping my hair out
by Casey at 27 December, 2004 - 3:32 AM
Pending the outcome of a legal challenge, a PA school is going to teach intelligent design and they even have the audacity to call it a "theory" when it is at best, its a hypothesis or a speculation.

Say hello to the dark ages. *hi* *waving*
Latest comment: 27 December 04, 7:45 AM

Sumatran Quake
by Casey at 27 December, 2004 - 2:57 AM
Biggest Earthquake since 1964, fourth largest ever recorded.
Latest comment: 27 December 04, 2:57 AM

A mosaic of rage
by Casey at 26 December, 2004 - 5:34 AM
I'm still pissed off that we haven't yet caught Osama bin Laden and bewildered as to why Bush was excused this simple fact in the election. When the WTC went down, I immediately thought that we should build another pair, but twice as tall. So naturally I was enraged to learn that the new "Freedom Tower" was going to cheat on the height and frankly I don't give a shit about the symbolism of it being 1776 feet tall.

Technically, we'd still have tallest fucking tower in the world, so maybe I shouldn't be so worked up. Then I learned about a new tower being built by Samsung in the United Arab Emirates, the place where all of al Quaeda's money comes from. The Burj Dubai is destined to reach 800 meters, dwarfing the Freedom Tower's 541 meters.

I want this Burj Tower bombed the day its finished. We can start a Samsung boycott today though.
Latest comment: 27 December 04, 3:49 PM

by Casey at 26 December, 2004 - 4:13 AM
My Christmas contribution. I'm surprised no one else posted this.
Latest comment: 26 December 04, 4:13 AM

selling a car in Maryland
by muhgcee at 25 December, 2004 - 8:12 PM
I want to sell a 1994 Ford Escort in Maryland. Does anyone know if you can sell a car without getting it inspected? I don't have the money to get it inspected to repaired, and I just want to get it out of my hair.
Latest comment: 04 January 05, 5:50 AM

merry xmas!
by pyrex at 24 December, 2004 - 1:27 PM

Latest comment: 27 December 04, 5:34 AM

finally updated
by ben at 24 December, 2004 - 9:45 AM
if there's anyone else but me who uses my links page as a launching pad, i finally got off my internet ass and updated pete's link... i'm welcome, hehe
Latest comment: 24 December 04, 9:45 AM

positive pessimism
by muhgcee at 23 December, 2004 - 12:20 PM
Current conventional wisdom tells us that being optimistic is better than being pessimistic. But, is this always true? I have come to believe that sometimes it is better to be pessimistic so you can see the impending trouble and then do something about it. Any thoughts?
Latest comment: 30 December 04, 5:39 AM

by ben at 23 December, 2004 - 5:55 AM
so yeah, as i said, i was hanging out with john last night, and so i dashed on over to his livejournal, to read his answers to a quiz. see why this cat is so funny? hehehe

a homunculous, hehehehe
Latest comment: 23 December 04, 5:55 AM

i think i'm turning japanese i really think so
by ben at 23 December, 2004 - 5:48 AM
this is the second email today i've gotten to webmaster (our spam blocker sucks the ass) from

i wish i'd registered, hehe
Latest comment: 28 December 04, 8:05 AM

it's like train wrecking - only different
by ben at 23 December, 2004 - 4:35 AM
so last night i very nearly did it again.

I have a copy of The Streets' "A Grand Don't Come For Free" and of course the Peas' "Let's Get Retarded", with the mandatory instrumental version. when i first got the latter, i accidentally mixed the B2 from the former into it, and i tried to again last night...

now, i know this works, but it sounded terrible...

think of the words to Hotel California mixed into the music for Zeppelin's Four Sticks, just about 2 measures off and a tad too slow... yeah, it was that bad. John M. was sad for life
Latest comment: 23 December 04, 4:35 AM

The Twelve Days of Jihad
by chuk at 22 December, 2004 - 10:47 AM
On the first day of Jihad, Allah gave to me... An AK and a stolen Humvee.
Latest comment: 22 December 04, 3:25 PM

Santa is Dead.
by ralph at 22 December, 2004 - 6:59 AM
Wow, this about sums it up for me. I've finally found someone that hates Christmas as much as I do. The scary thing is that I've felt this way ever since I was a kid.

I mean it when I say I've felt this way since I was a kid. The rest of my family loves this god-forsaken holiday. They get into the "Christmas Spirit", decorating the tree, hanging lights, candles into the windows, and all of that other happy horseshit. The sad thing is, I know the date that I started to hate Christmas. I could probably give you the fucking hour that it happened.
Latest comment: 23 December 04, 4:17 AM

I am sparticle! no, I am sparticle!
by ben at 21 December, 2004 - 6:24 PM
Well, for my 778th post, i figured i would sum up where we are, if anyone's still interested. adrienne is still 2nd, despite her lack of attention. casey, unsurprisingly is in the bronze position, since pyrex started college. here's everyone with 10 or more posts, with a couple of corrections for doubled names (pete = p3t3, adrienne = adreinne).
Posts Author
777 ben
236 adrienne
192 casey
161 pyrex
145 muhgcee
105 rich
83 elfie
59 erato
44 ralph
43 robin
42 Dark_Knight
36 Anne
33 Render
29 chuk
28 xtheowl
23 sarah
23 C Mo
19 spike
18 macb103
13 pete
13 typhoid
11 zen
11 ryan
10 Septimus
10 n0manarmy
Latest comment: 22 December 04, 8:27 PM

Lurkers are scum
by Casey at 21 December, 2004 - 6:06 PM
ya, you heard me, you lurker. You are a waste of bandwidth. Inhaling, engorging, consuming this place with your intellectual gluttony; selfishly absorbing our clever inspiration. We who post are not your damn muses, so speak the fuck up even if we beat you down. If you aren't posting to EA, the terrorists win.
Latest comment: 05 September 05, 8:35 AM

my audible palate
by ben at 21 December, 2004 - 6:39 AM
I don't quite know the reason for it, but lately i've been into some very techno-sounding stuff which just seems a little too happy for it. i've had a bugged out mix by Felix Da Housecat in pretty heavy rotation, as well as IQU's new single "Dirty Boy" (you can download it from their site - i have it at home, at work and on vinyl, hehehe). anywho, if you're not sure about the difference between house and techno, those epitonic links explain it pretty well. they also explain breakbeat, downtempo etc. but for the most part, i've been into downtempo, house and hip-hop for a while, and while i have collected a lot of techno over the years, i haven't had it in my ears so much before... just thought i'd share
Latest comment: 22 December 04, 2:12 AM

is everybody busy or what?
by ben at 20 December, 2004 - 9:21 AM
everyone holiday shopping or just plain not interested in EA right now?

btw, you should check out thanks Jamie for the link!
Latest comment: 21 December 04, 8:06 PM

wireless G!
by ben at 18 December, 2004 - 8:26 AM
plugged in my new router, i now have G... if anyone is interested in a wireless B router (and i'll throw in a belkin wireless notebook card too... works beautifully), let me know
Latest comment: 18 December 04, 8:26 AM

transmission part 2
by ben at 18 December, 2004 - 6:33 AM
seizure bots!

this is the sum total of what we've achieved with the internet, right here... my god that is scary
Latest comment: 20 December 04, 6:01 AM

Just say it
by muhgcee at 18 December, 2004 - 5:06 AM
Why can't people just say that Jake Plummer flipped a guy the bird! I am tired of the media protecting me from myself.
Latest comment: 18 December 04, 5:06 AM

We all feel it, but are afraid to say it out loud.
by Casey at 18 December, 2004 - 5:00 AM
I've found a link between why Ben becomes so annoyed with my bad, rushed writing and why muhgcee's auction made me feel so uneasy.

From Mark Slouka's, "Quitting The Paint Factory"

The new man, Marinetti wrote – and this deserves my italics – would communicate by "brutally destroying the syntax of his speech. He wastes no time in building sentences. Punctuation and the right ad­jectives will mean nothing to him. He will despise subtleties and nuances of lan­guage." All of his thinking, moreover, would be marked by a "dread of slowness, pettiness, analysis, and detailed explanations. Love of speed, abbrevi­ation, and the summary. 'Quick, give me the whole thing in two words!'"
Latest comment: 18 December 04, 10:04 AM

Elves got mad talent yo!
by ben at 17 December, 2004 - 9:04 AM
steve says it's true, so it must be so!
Latest comment: 17 December 04, 9:04 AM

a bit of overkill?
by chuk at 16 December, 2004 - 8:37 PM
Feudal has been renting space on a mud hosting company's server for its entire existence (since 1995) and I finally got tired of it...
Latest comment: 17 December 04, 7:16 PM

Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me
by elfie at 16 December, 2004 - 10:23 AM
Latest comment: 18 December 04, 8:25 AM

damn, took my idea
by ben at 16 December, 2004 - 5:43 AM
granted, i'd only talked about this with one or two people, but squarespace is pricing out hosting/blogging/website software... they have pretty much the same stuff we have: one or more people, links, other pages, latest comments etc. they've included a couple of things we've talked about too, like latest updated or posted entries on the side bar (the main reason i never added this, btw, was because i don't want people to have to scroll all the way down to see stuff that's on the right... just an attempt at information organization on my part) and email updates.

anyway, i still think it's a good idea, and i guess i have to get started on it before the movement passes me by, hehe
Latest comment: 16 December 04, 5:43 AM

by ben at 15 December, 2004 - 11:27 AM
Latest comment: 16 December 04, 2:39 AM

by ben at 15 December, 2004 - 8:20 AM
if i were to buy a video card, what would i get, if i didn't want it to be obsolete in 6-8 months? when i was shopping for my system, i remember Rich telling me that the card that came with my box was serviceable and pretty good. Nowadays, it won't run some games, and others have to be turned very low to run...

but if i were in the market, i wouldn't want to spend 300 or more for a card that i'd probably have to replace this time next year... i'd rather spend it on a trip to california...
Latest comment: 17 December 04, 6:17 AM

they actually said it...
by ben at 15 December, 2004 - 4:36 AM
from dug (new link-o-matic forwarded from michelle) i found the mobtown shank... and the first post talked about this article where State Rep. Cynthia Davis of Missouri compared liberals to terrorists. and not just any terrorists, but the hijackers who "took over those four planes on Sept. 11 and took people to a place where they didn't want to go."
Latest comment: 15 December 04, 5:19 AM

I am selling myself on eBay
by muhgcee at 14 December, 2004 - 10:26 AM
Having had trouble finding employment recently (people sounding positive over the phone, and then proceeding to not call back like they said they would), I have decided to sell myself on eBay. So pass this along to all interested parties!
Latest comment: 22 December 04, 7:42 PM

by Casey at 14 December, 2004 - 9:17 AM
This just might be the best article I've read all month (and thank goodness, its been a really boring month).

Its worth reading all the way to the end. Its about what sets people like us apart from the rest.
Latest comment: 14 December 04, 9:17 AM

fine, fine, i give in to the pressure!
by ben at 14 December, 2004 - 9:07 AM
William Faulkner

William Faulkner wrote you. Yes, you're a genius, you drunken old coot.

Which Author's Fiction are You?
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Latest comment: 17 December 04, 8:58 AM

to the next person that complains...
by ben at 13 December, 2004 - 10:33 AM
here is the end result if we didn't require login
Latest comment: 13 December 04, 10:36 AM

mr. coffee - with an automatic drip
by ben at 13 December, 2004 - 8:23 AM
there's NO better way to put yourself in a great mood than listening to a really funny song you haven't heard in at least 4 years...

"Love - the kind you clean up with a mop and bucket"
Latest comment: 13 December 04, 8:23 AM

just a reminder... for your holiday shopping needs
by ben at 13 December, 2004 - 6:34 AM
Latest comment: 14 December 04, 11:30 AM

what... the crap?
by ben at 13 December, 2004 - 5:38 AM
Latest comment: 13 December 04, 6:52 AM

Damascus for Bush
by Casey at 13 December, 2004 - 4:08 AM
Another religious topic...

Since I began teaching in Damascus six months ago, I have been continually surprised to find support and even admiration for Bush in that city, mixed in with the usual polemics about American imperialism.
A final piece of the puzzle fell into place when I learned that more than half of the students in my advanced class, among them a third-year medical student and daughter of a Western-based diplomat, rejected the theory of evolution. "I just can't believe that we came from monkeys," she said.

Latest comment: 14 December 04, 4:48 PM

by muhgcee at 12 December, 2004 - 4:12 AM
Portugal's government quits. But, I guess no one cares. Not Drudge, not CNN, not Fox News. Just like no one cares about Sudan.
Latest comment: 12 December 04, 7:45 PM

by muhgcee at 11 December, 2004 - 4:17 PM
Latest comment: 11 December 04, 4:17 PM

Intelligent Design
by Casey at 11 December, 2004 - 5:30 AM
For some reason, this article made it as a top hit on blogdex. Here are some quotes I found interesting.

"A British philosophy professor who has been a leading champion of atheism for more than a half-century has changed his mind."
Yet biologists' investigation of DNA "has shown, by the almost unbelievable complexity of the arrangements which are needed to produce (life), that intelligence must have been involved," Flew says in the new video, "Has Science Discovered God?"

Now could someone please explain to me when ABC news began to consider philosophy professors as experts in molecular evolution? How is this newsworthy?
Latest comment: 13 December 04, 5:12 AM

by erato at 10 December, 2004 - 8:49 AM
Damn ben, you get 2550 matches on google
Latest comment: 10 December 04, 10:27 AM

by muhgcee at 10 December, 2004 - 7:23 AM
Latest comment: 10 December 04, 6:12 PM

christmas bonus, please?
by ben at 09 December, 2004 - 4:51 AM
so after work yesterday, i took my car down to D&J Auto Repair, near my house. They've been "Best of Baltimore" since 1998, and I've been there before, so I figured, safe bet. I got the estimate for the body alone, not including new transmission - because "these new nissans can't be tightened" - tune up or oil change, with paint: $1800. without, between 1k and $1200...

i'm thinking, it's been an ok car for 3 years... should i fix it or part with it?
Latest comment: 10 December 04, 6:18 PM

more pictures!
by ben at 08 December, 2004 - 12:18 PM
Monday, Vergil, his girlfriend Danielle, her son Isaac and I went back to the miracle, where he showed me more on how to use the camera. This time, we turned the flash off, and allowed for manual operation of the ISO etc. The pictures link to larger versions of themselves...
Latest comment: 09 December 04, 4:57 AM

Ladies and Gentlemen....Here it is...
by ralph at 08 December, 2004 - 8:26 AM
I thought I'd post this since we had so much fun with the crimson room and the veridian room. Now, available for everyone to play is.....the blue chamber.
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 9:50 AM

look... more evidence!
by ben at 08 December, 2004 - 4:22 AM
from jamie:

bad grammar hurts business... no shit, this is what i've been saying for 4 years now. well, at least they're starting to listen.
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 8:32 AM

jewish hey ya!
by ben at 08 December, 2004 - 2:31 AM

hey ya! oy!
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 3:21 AM

Day Late, Dollar Short
by Casey at 08 December, 2004 - 1:34 AM
Hearts and Minds Lost in Iraq.

This is what passes for news now.
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 9:52 AM

by ben at 07 December, 2004 - 1:33 PM
ok, so i hooked up the tv and the sega genesis in my room... watching west wing while on my computer rocks! or... it will in 20 minutes, hehehehe. now, i need to find a way to set it up so i don't have to turn around to watch TV, hehe
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 8:45 AM

just another brick in the wall
by ben at 07 December, 2004 - 8:56 AM
so a bunch of us just watched "Closer" this weekend, and of course i got around finally to digging around the IMDB information on it... and under trivia was this nugget o' gold:

'At the beginning of filming, Natalie Portman gave Julia Roberts a necklace that said "cunt" in honor of their characters' foul mouths. At the end of filming, Julia Roberts gave Natalie Portman a necklace that said "lil' cunt".'
Latest comment: 09 December 04, 11:13 AM

by elfie at 07 December, 2004 - 2:15 AM
So this is the second article in a week on slashdot that has referenced the Christian Science Monitor as its primary source. For some reason, this worries me, though it does seem to be a relatively rare occurrence.
Latest comment: 08 December 04, 1:21 AM

mashup idea for the '05
by ben at 06 December, 2004 - 10:49 AM
Why Can't I Be You - The Cure with
Brickhouse - The Commodores (or the well loved by Jamie Rob Zombie/Lionel Ritchie/Trina cover, hehe)

"Why can't I be you?"
"Ah what a brick-house, yeah she's the one, the only one, built like an amazon."

it would work, i'd make it!
Latest comment: 07 December 04, 8:16 AM

The Universities Are Next
by Casey at 05 December, 2004 - 5:17 PM
They took the media first, then the congress, the presidency, the supreme court and soon, the universities. It seems that the republican propaganda machine has sent out a new memo.

University professors are liberal! Shocking!

You can see the outrage here, here, and here.
Latest comment: 07 December 04, 4:28 AM

Hitherby Dragons
by Casey at 04 December, 2004 - 5:51 AM
I found this blog on some random surf one day. I have made it a regular on my blog-rotation now. I like the structure of her mind. An excerpt follows in the comments...

Latest comment: 04 December 04, 6:02 AM

by ben at 03 December, 2004 - 12:29 PM
who deleted the post? i hope it was him, otherwise this anarchist posting board doesn't seem so free for all, hehehe

anywho, if you're interested in learning german, something positive has just the way to do it! well, at least you'll learn how to be very, very mean to people, hehehe
Latest comment: 06 December 04, 4:12 AM

by C Mo at 02 December, 2004 - 7:37 AM
I hear me some rumors that the 9:30 club and Nation are in a bidding war to get NIN to perform a show in the spring.

That would be fantastic whichever one wins out.
Latest comment: 03 December 04, 3:33 AM

by ben at 01 December, 2004 - 6:13 AM
i've run across Amaya a few times, and i was wondering if anyone else has heard of it/used it/installed it? it might be a little more in depth than any of us need, but maybe not...
Latest comment: 01 December 04, 12:32 PM

not that i'm an activist or anything
by ben at 01 December, 2004 - 5:50 AM
i'm just into keeping awareness around. things are always getting better (i mean, look at me, i'm a miracle of modern science)... but we're on the cusp of things getting REALLY better...

thanks google for reminding me of world A.I.D.S. day.
Latest comment: 02 December 04, 5:58 AM


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