my heart will raaccee. So I can turn the lights out now, my hard drive will bee eraaased.
The power just went out in my house. It was only for a moment, then the circuits flowed again. In fact I didn't even have to turn back on my computer, it restarted for me. Loyal computer is loyal.
Woke up pretty late today, as I spent today's early morning on the internet. Spent late last night re-routing my grandmother's computer wiring behind her desk. She had one of those APC power strip/surge protector/backup battery packs. We had a power surge a week ago when we were gone and it blew up our router while draining the battery. Replaced the battery, got a new (and improved!) wireless b/g/n router. Emailed the APC place and am in the process of talking them into paying for the battery and new router. I could use that money (around $100) for something else if my grandma would give it to me. I don't know why she wouldn't, I mean if I didn't do all the work there's no way she would have. Anyway, there's a bundle of things I could use... and most of them come from DealExtreme.com.
My dick is more reliable.
Speaking of DealExtreme.com, I'm looking at a rather tasty 200mw red laser pointer on there right now. Pops balloons, ignites matches, burns skin. This would be prime for playing pranks on people. I could just imagine it now: A rushed student grabs a seat at lunch time to eat his sandwich. Ham on white, plowing it in his mouth he has no idea that, across the court a prankster shines a powerful laser at the bag that was left next to him. As the paper bag starts to burn, a fuse becomes visible, and sets sparks shooting from it, only to touch down the heat onto a string of blackcats, setting the whole court astir with angst. LOL
I wouldn't really do something like that at school... or anything... LOL would be funny though.
Does anyone skate? Rollerblade? Longboard? Snowboard? I love these things. Ever since I was a young kid, I loved being driven by wheels. It started with rollerblades, I would tear it up in the park when I was a kid. Then my focus moved to skateboarding with my homies. There's nothin' quite like waking up at the crack of dawn and mobbin' the park with your homies. As soon as I was old enough to make sense of anything, I asked to learn to snowboard. Hah! My first snowboard was a K2 piece-of-junk from a pawn shop my dad got for a hundred bucks. Doublewide, man that think sucked. But I love my dad endlessly for introducing me to my now favorite sport.