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September 21, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (1) | TrackBack


Well, I'm not sure who's going to win tomorrow's Democratic primary for Massachusetts' governor, but I did get some input from Dee and Packy on the matter.

Packy says that he would vote for Reilly. I asked him why, but he didn't offer any further information (I'll resist saying something like 'that's about as good a reason as any Reilly supporter can give'). Dee, on the other hand, told me that if he could vote he would vote for "the African-American guy."  (+2 points for good politics, -1 point for not remembering the name Patrick)

Sorry Packy, but I'm with Dee on this one.

And now that I think about it, I'm surprised that Packy didn't latch onto Deval Patrick, what, with the last name and all.

Oh, and while we were hanging out--oh, and by the way, I won the Monkeyball Grand Prix, woot woot--the phone rang and Dee answered it. When he came back in the room he said that it was someone telling him to not to forget to vote tomorrow. And then he added: "Don't they know I can't vote yet!"

September 18, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack


I guess the real question is why am I paying $15 a month for typepad when I'm only posting once or twice in that time period?...hmm...good question, J.

Though I think the real answer is: post more often.

That makes me wonder something. Let's check the equation:

Cost of Typepad: approximately $15 a month.

1 post/month = $15/post
2 posts/month = $7.50/post
3 posts/month = $5/post

Well, it's starting to get reasonable at least...

But, by 10 posts/month, it's only costing me a $1.50 per post to entertain your asses. Not so bad, eh?

Divide that by my 13 regular readers and that's a mere $.1153 to entertain each of you per month--and all I have to do is get off my lazy ass and start posting posts no more interesting than this one.

I think you'll agree--that's a bargain for you and for me...

Having wasted your time thus far, I will leave you with a Packy quote:

"Technically, once you learn how to read you don't need to go to school any more."

Oh, and an early quote from his 1st grade teacher: "We're still working on our listening skills."

Good luck.

September 17, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack