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It’s 6/6/06. I am ready for all the devil action today. Bring it on.

And speaking of Satan, everyone should go out to their local video store to rent “Wet Hot American Summer.” Movie of the year, hands down. I know it came out in 2001. But it’s still the movie of the year. If you ever went to sleep-away camp as a kid or any camp in general, you will appreciate this movie to no end.

Favorite quotes:

Susie: Before we start, I’d just like to say the campers you’re about to see suck dick! But nevertheless, please welcome them.

Mallrat Girl: There’s got to be another way.
Cure Girl: Maybe we should just let them all die.
Mork Guy: No! My friend Jimmy’s in there!
Cure Girl: You have a friend?
Mork Guy: I’m kidding.

Can of Vegetables: If you wanna smear mud on your ass, smear mud on your ass, just be honest about it. Look Gene, I’ve never told anyone this before, but I can suck my own dick, and I do it a lot.

And a few items in the news that are of note:

Move over Excel, here comes Google Spreadsheets – Sweet idea for those that can’t afford Excel or those who don’t want to take part in the Microsoft sub-par monopoly. Security will be a huge factor.

Microsoft And Adobe: A Fight To The Last Brick? – Adobe, what the heck are you doing?!

NASA developing space vehicle to carry people back to the moon – I presume this means that NASA is insinuating that we actually did land on the moon in the past. Yay for Space Exploration. And as much as I am for it, I’d like to see Librarians in our DC Public Schools first.

Also, Writely was bought by Google this week. It’s just like the Excel thing above. One can word process online. Not a bad idea.

1/8 notes won’t kill ya, Max!

Some housekeeping: I recently upgraded to the latest version of K2. It’s looking nice. Asides are still a little muffed, but then again this theme is still Beta. I also upgraded my Gallery software to v2. It’s killer.

Has anyone checked out google.com today? It’s stuff like this (this Mr. Braille recognition, the first landing on the moon, etc…) that really gives me hope that they are a decent company. Or at least are trying. But then reality sits in and I realize they are still on their way to turning in to the Microsoft monster. It’s a shame. Is it that hard to stick to one thing and do it well?

In other news, I am presently going through my Bruce Springsteen phase. It’s a little early this year, but who can really tell when it’s supposed to happen. I am really getting in to The River and Greetings from Asbury Park, NJ this time around. There’s something about Growin’ Up that is just great and honest and real. The live version is great, too. It spoke to me when I was younger. Now I just really like it as sincere music. Bruce is a hard working man. I still need to see one of his shows. 4 hour shows would blow my mind. …not to mention my knees. 4 hours and he’s not a jamband. Go figure! Oh yeah and did it ever bother anyone else on the earlier records with Max Weinberg playing quarter notes on the hi-hats? Ugh!!! He’s a great drummer, but that really got annoying after a while. 1/8th notes won’t kill ya, Max! And we can’t forget how awesome Little Steven and Clarence Clemons are. Enough said.