July 14th, 2006


Short and sweet... but this is nice.

At work we have mannnnny cafeterieas with a wide selection of food stuffs.

Today I had Asian-like chicken over not to ruined rice.
hey, I was raised Jewish. I'm supposed to be snobby about "Chinese" food

When they serve Asian food they offer fortune cookies.

Sadly in most restaurants they have been reduced down to "poor-grammar statement" cookies rather than an actual "fortune" cookies.

I have a tradition about fortune cookies.
No matter how good or bad the cookie is; I eat it in its entirety before reading the fortune.

It's my little tradition. I figure by holding back I actually push away complete ambivelence and energize the probability field around the fortune.

This is my tradition... you may scoff, mock, chuckle all you want.

So today I got a cookie and merily munched.

Energized I hoped that I had a fortune worth keeping and looked down. A got a really zen like smile on my face:

You will have much to be thankful for in the coming year.

Yay. :)

And for those who haven't heard the story by now. I no longer ever add the words, "in bed" to my fortunes.

Oh,sure...it was funny in college. But once... long ago.. the day I stopped having this kind of fun... came the "In bed"-killer of allllllll fortunes:
My scrap of paper read: "You have a special and unique way with children."

Eww. ew ew ew ew ew ew. Ick.

No more in bed.

Just much to be thankful for :)

Wait... wait.. stop me if you've heard this one... A realization

Please note: this is one of those posts that I telepathically communicated someone else to enter for me from outside Washington so that I don't commit a felony. Those of you reading in Washington have been warned.

So, the Federal governemnt is trying to propose that internet Gambling is bad. Bad in that whole unehtical way.
Granted.. since there's been no move by the government to do anything about say, "Porn" on the internet; I guess then that tThe government is giving online Porn the okay.

But what I really want to know is..

How much will they enforce this? Will this be an all or nothing thing? Or is this a situaiton where someone 'miiiight' get caught if they take a chance on gambling online?

I mean... it's a good thing we've kept people from gambling on line with something that has a percentage chance of being risky.

I mean what group of people would take a Gamble like that?

Quote of the week:
The white cracker who wrote the National Anthem knew what he was doing. He set the word free to a note so high nobody could reach it. That was deliberate. Belize - Angels in America