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Here’s a new political blog I might actually get into: Donkelephant. The publisher is a professed liberal, but, like me, he feels that the high-power goons at both parties are ruining this country, which is probably why his views are surprisingly balanced. So check it out.
Next topic, please: For months, I’ve been seeing Robert De Niro’s American Express commercial, and trying to find confirmation that the music is really Philip Glass (as opposed to an imitation), and I finally found it. It turns out that the piece is String Quartet No.3 (Mishima) 1957. It also happens that I’ve got the MP3 on one of my hard drives, among about a hundred or so other Glass pieces.
No wonder it sounded familiar.
Well, that plus the fact that a lot of his music sounds the same … I’m just sayin’ …
Now, check this out: The Top 100 Underground Computer Technol0gy Websites, including Dark Assassins, Spywire.net, and The Hacking Library.
It’s kinda scary.
And on the more personal, who-cares front: It got darn hot today — DARN hot! — or at least it felt like it (the high was probably 99F), so I succumbed to temptation for the second week in a row and had the yard crew that works on our neighbor’s lawn to do ours as well. They charged only 20 dollars to do our whole yard, front and back — mowing, edging, trimming, even evening up the hedges. That’s way too cheap — I feel like I put a gun to their heads and robbed them.
They finished in about 15 minutes, about the time that it would have taken us to get the mower, edger and trimmer around front, and they put an edge on the yard that you can set your watch to.
Best twenty bucks I ever spent.
Also today: I hate going to Walmart, but I had to get some ink for The Wife’s printer. I also got the oil changed in my car, swung by GNC to snag some Mega Men vitamins, picked up some hamburger at the meat market, and cooked up some taco meat.
Then The Wife gave me a haircut; I was way overdue.
Tonight I continuted my Flickr obsession, combing through thousands of pictures, uploading a few, and preparing others for upload at the proper time. My current Flickr archive: 64 pictures, and I’ve only just begun.
I also watched Iron Chef America, where tonight the theme ingredient was ground beef.
Now see, I respect the original Japanese Iron Chef very much, seeing as it was the original and all … but there’s just something about live eel that makes me want to skip a visual account of its preparation as culinary dishes.
The excitement never ends here at the Brykmantra Life-Experience Research Kitchens.