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Entries from April 30th, 2007

Shitibank

April 30th, 2007 · Comments Off on Shitibank · Money, Reviews

Once upon a time, I was a Citibank customer. I was lured in by their shiny ATMs and their appearance of being technologically forward, I suppose. Since my banking needs are pretty modest, it was easy to overlook the occasional sloppiness and ineptitude for a time. As my irritation grew and it became clear that […]

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Using Blogger with a Sidekick

April 23rd, 2007 · Comments Off on Using Blogger with a Sidekick · Blogger, Sidekick

Ever since I migrated my Blogger account over to a Google account, I haven’t been able to log in with my Sidekick. It’s been a huge disappointment to have a great portable Internet gizmo with a decent keyboard, but no hope of actually blogging with it. All in all, I have found using a Google […]

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Diversions

April 16th, 2007 · Comments Off on Diversions · Gaming, Media, Movies, Reviews, Xbox

Ooops. How did a whole week go by? Diversions, that’s how! Here’s what I’ve been up to: Completed the Crackdown campaign and started chasing all the achievements. Almost done with this one, and it’s been a fun ride. I was a little annoyed at the lack of imagination for the rooftop races though. I mean, […]

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The filth on TV

April 9th, 2007 · Comments Off on The filth on TV · TV

We have television sets all around the floor at work that are constantly tuned to CNBC. The one near me is unfortunately placed right in my field of vision, above and behind my computer monitor. Even with the sound off, I find the motion so distracting that I erected a cardboard blind on the top […]

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The bunny wore snowshoes

April 9th, 2007 · Comments Off on The bunny wore snowshoes · NYC, Weather

High temperature for this past Easter: 41F.High temperature for last Christmas: 45F. We also got more snow on Easter than Christmas. We were going to put the winter clothes in storage and pull out our spring/summer wear, but alas, looks like we have to postpone that. Perhaps the weather will be a little warmer in […]

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