I am currently playing with the T-Mobile MDA, which T-Mobile sent me two days for a review on infoSync. It is really nice, I have to say. Using an all in one device makes you realise that you really do not need two. It’s weird. Bluetooth just got less important. … Interesthing thought process. Hmm…
Monthly Archives: October 2002
John C. Dvorak’s rebuttal: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,4149,91590,00.asp
You really have to make yourself think about everything you read … which obviously includes John’s piece
… is back in the studio, recording an album to be released early next year after splitting up, or taking a break, seven years ago. This truely rocks. Some more stuff here
Ideologien im Vergleich:
Confucius said, shit happens.
If shit happens, it is not really shit.
What is the sound of shit happening?
This shit happened before.
If shit happens, it is the will of Allah.
Let shit happen to someone else.
If shit happens, then you deserve it.
Why does this shit always happen to us?
Affirm that shit does not happen to me.
I donÂ´t believe this shit.
LetÂ´s roll this shit up and smoke it.
What we had here in Germany was the option to invest in stocks for more than a year. In this case you would not pay any taxes of the gains when you sold the stock. This is really a nice thing to get people to invest for the long term and not simply trade stocks. Well. Seems like the new/current coalition is taking this away. Well if that won’t do the stock market some good.
A friend of mine received this via e-mail:
In regards to the “Globalization Protests” going on this weekend in Washington DC……….
What is globalization?, one may ask.
Well, below here is probably the best example on the definition of globalization.
Question: What is the height of globalization?
Answer: Princess Diana’s death
Question: How come?
Answer: An English princess with an Egyptian boyfriend crashes in a French tunnel, driving a German car with a Dutch engine, driven by a Belgian who was high
on Scotch whiskey, followed closely by Italian paparazzi, on Japanese motorcycles, treated by an American doctor, using Brazilian medicines! And this is sent to
you by a Burmese, using Bill Gates’ technology which he stole from the Japanese.
And you are probably reading this on one of the IBM clones that use Taiwanese-made chips, and Korean made monitors, assembled by Bangladeshi workers in a
Singapore plant, transported by lorries driven by Indians, hijacked by Indonesians and finally sold to you by Chinese men!
That, my friend, is GLOBILIZATION.
I just watch The Green Mile. What a heavy move. It was amazing. I am glad I didn’t watch it in the cinema though as this might just have been to hard to watch from time to time. My brain is still turning and turning here. I think I need a comedy to get me back on my feet.
I just watched the Two Towers trailer from lordoftherings.net and oh boy! This one will rock. I desperatly want to have a movie night in the cinema when all three movies are out. Starting at something like 10-11 pm with the first movie and going through all the night.
Got this from thijs:
I think the book is real but the customer reviews are too much fun. And you might want to check out the other books that these people buy
The Gallery of Regrettable Food by James Lileks
Walter, the Farting Dog by William Kotzwinkle, et al
Update: There is an entire collection of these things:
The Zen of Farting: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0898048362/ref=pd_sim_books/002-4427637-0916022?v=glance