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Friday, 9-Jul-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Meet Sasha

 
 
 
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Sasha belongs to our controller. She visits us when the gent who has dog allergies is out of the office. She likes butt scritches and rooting through garbage bins.


Sunday, 4-Jul-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Fourth of July

You love Tux, yeah?
Fear the pepperoni nips
Crack blurred for your protection
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Unfortunately I had to end my weekend early due to the dog getting up to no good. My roommate called me at about 2:00 this morning to let me know he had come home to find the dog missing from the back yard. So I book it immediately from Mike's place, only to have Chris call me halfway home to tell me she had wedged herself underneath the house.

Yeah, you heard that right.

Stupid dog.

What I uploaded is what I could get out in Newport Beach. The first photo, however, is from about two weeks ago when I played a prank on a co-worker. He's a Windows system administrator, and we're always giving each other shit (playfully). So I decorated his cube with a certain beloved mascot while he was off at a Microsoft seminar.

During the weekend, Paul got me a new piercing (naval) for my birthday. He got a tat. Awwww.


Wednesday, 21-Apr-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
AIBOs and ladies restrooms

You will stay RIGHT THERE!
The sticker amused me somehow
Abbie and the AIBOs
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The first two pics are from the weekend. My housemate and I went out for dinner and then walked around the neighboring mall for the heck of it. I had to use the ladies room and for some reason, the stall had this in it.

Besides the fact that this really upscale mall ladies bathroom was shockingly filthy (Banana Republic and the like), this child seat puzzled me. Does anyone have such a hard time controlling their small children that they have to strap 'em down while having a squat?

The next two are from yesterday. This is at my new place of business. That's Abbie, the controller, playing with two AIBOs. The one closest to her, the white one, is an ERS-220 that belongs to a co-worker. The one with the floppy ears is an ERS-110 and that one's mine. We can't bring our dogs to the office because one of our co-workers is allergic to them, so we'll settle for this instead.


Sunday, 11-Apr-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Been to the desert on a horse with no name

Beginning of the hike
My dog loves the desert
Spiny desert tree. These sprout fruit.
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We went to the desert yesterday. My housemate is building a MAME box (arcade-type box with tons of old emulation games on it) and I like to hike during the day then stargaze at night. The sky is very dark and provides a lot more to look at than in Los Angeles.


Saturday, 13-Mar-2004 00:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
A little lagged

"If you weren't the food source, you'd be dead."
Walking amongst the tchotchke stores.
Um. Yeah.
A couple of these photos are from awhile ago.

My cat, for some reason, finds that items of my clothing or luggage are the most comfortable on which to lounge. Hence the first picture. She's wearing a doorag because my housemate thought she'd look funnier that way.

The second was taken in Chinatown, downtown LA, after T and I had dim sum last weekend. It was a beautiful day and I was just happy to be outside.

The third is from a more disturbed corner of my mind. It's one of Dottie's chew toys - a bone. It's made of a softer rubber, and my dog seems to dig it. However, as many of her toys are wont to do, it's ended up in the middle of the floor where its bright color catches the corner of my eye as I walk to refill coffee in the kitchen. A human's brain tends to process information in an interesting way in these sorts of situations, where something is just on the periphery, and thus there's pieces of info missing. The brain fills in shapes, associations, and memories.

I'll just leave it at that and leave the studio audience to come to their own screaming conclusions.


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