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December 8th, 2008


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12:43 pm - Beautiful day, with a chance of hiccups
  1. I own my car outright. Final payment is in.
  2. Naked cats are going home, to Japan, in less than two weeks.
  3. Chuck is on tonight, as every Monday.
  4. My Tuesday nights are now free in perpetuity, until I decide to put something else there (PSA is now officially dissolved due to a complete lack of interest, special thanks to tesinth and ns_kumiho for being people who gave a damn).
  5. I now own a copy of Smallville Season 7, which I had to stop watching last year because the Grove wanted us to do more "stuff."
  6. News, not so hot, on one front where I need lots of good news, but not exactly damning, either. More like throwing an interception and having it returned for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter when you're up by 14. The proper response is always, "Coach, why the hell were we passing?"

Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: calmcalm
Current Music: "Something So Feminine About a Mandolin", -JB

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From:kargach
Date:December 8th, 2008 11:32 pm (UTC)
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I love Chuck as well, more than Heroes lately, sad to say.

I assume PSA means Pagan Student Assembly or somesuch? If it lasted for two years, that's about six months longer than any U of Michigan student pagan group has lasted, if that makes you feel better. >8) East Lansing had one that survived for nearly ten years, though.
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From:chronarchy
Date:December 9th, 2008 03:43 pm (UTC)
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I watch Heroes, but pretty much just because my girlfriend does. I love the premise, but I haven't really found the execution to be particularly good, in general.

The PSA is, indeed, the Pagan Student Association (so, close). It lasted for eleven years, actually. A hell of a good run, even for an adult-run Pagan org, but astounding for a student group, I tend to think.

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