Randomings


I’m Moving!
January 20, 2010, ---
Filed under: Random-Happenings

That’s true kids – randomings is moving to randommusingshappeningsthings.blogspot.com!  Please update your feeds and bookmarks and be patient with me while I try to move all this old crap over.  Also, don’t try to remember that url, because I can’t and its my own damn site.

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Musing
January 19, 2010, ---
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Figures the first day I’m on par to be on time, garbage man comes.

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No More 8-5
January 18, 2010, ---
Filed under: Random-Things | Tags: ,

I currently have some extra time on my hands, so I’m making an effort to better myself by not being a lazy piece of shit.

My plan is to learn something new everyday, and today I learned how to switch over email hosting. I rock. Next up tomorrow is strengthening my geography skills while I shower thanks to this!

Any suggestions on what I should learn?



Musing
January 17, 2010, ---
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Why can’t I add a non-gmail domain to my calendar on my Android phone?? Considering Google is hosting the damn domain, you’d think this would have been worked out! Too much to ask?!



Smart Pup
January 15, 2010, ---
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I hope Lola at least took the time to read my issue of Time prior to eating it…

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Religulous Much?
January 14, 2010, ---
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Let me preface this by saying that my heart goes out to the people of Haiti; their devestation is unimaginable. Some people, however, seem to think they had it coming.

Side note, go watch Religilous if you haven’t already.



Resolution Idea?
January 5, 2010, ---
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How’s about trying to make someone else’s day rather than your own?  Just ask the kid from Kirkwood High School in St. Louis how he felt after he made a pass to David “Chubbs” Stillman, a special needs student that sunk a 3-pointer off that pass in his first ever high school game.  I am a complete sucker for tear-jerker articles, and this one was no different.