Random stuff…

* My friend Nathan Baesel made a great appearance on “Without a Trace” tonight on TV (too bad his character dies at the end). He had quite some screen time as he was the center character of the episode.

* The reason I can’t watch any of the Stargate series is because almost each time they go to a new world, everything looks either like China, or medieval Europe or Nazi Germany. Their clothes, their houses, even the background music. It just shows how cheap the Stargate series are and how they borrow clothes from Hollywood’s “rent one, get one free” storage rooms. Where the heck is imagination?

* It bothers me how non-technological the “Battlestar Galactica” show is. Except the actual (annoyingly dark to hide the cheapness) starships and fighters, the rest of their technology does not seem to exceed ours. The whole space thing seems forced. The Cylons seem to have technology, but the humans look like rats in a can.

* My JBQ opened my iPod Mini today and put a new battery in there for me. At last, full battery life again.

* I am starting my low-calorie diet again. I will target 800 calories instead of 700 this time though, so I don’t have to cut down on milk, fruits and orange juice. When I stopped my low-cal diet the last time, I couldn’t stop drinking milk 5 times a day, for a month!

* Tadaaa! Google is working on artificial intelligence. I expect nothing less from a company which looks at the future.

* “Police called to a Long Island man’s house discovered the mummified remains of the resident, dead for more than a year, sitting in front of a blaring television set.”

I am not afraid of death itself, but I am afraid of dying alone. I mean, the poor man had no one visiting him for more than a year. It is a terrible thing.


mikesum32 wrote on January 12th, 2007 at 12:35 PM PST:

LG Chocolate ?

I had to google that.

I was thinking to myself, “I’d eat that. I wonder what kind of chocolate it is ?”

Okay, I remember that it’s a cellphone with a stupid name.

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Eugenia wrote on January 12th, 2007 at 12:41 PM PST:

Yeah, it’s one crap phone. I think it’s the worst I have in my collection. I mean, sure, I have lower-end phones here, but at least they don’t boast about being cool neither they were expensive. That LG phone tries to pass as the next big thing while in reality it’s one of the worst phone products out there. But hey, it’s got the name and the looks, so someone might want it (e.g. a housewife that ain’t called Eugenia). I sell it for $70 less than the lowest price I could find online. It’s as good as new.

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