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I had a grape popsicle for breakfast and how have the hiccups from… - Salvador Dali in a lawn chair.
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I had a grape popsicle for breakfast and how have the hiccups from the McDonald's chicken sandwich I ate for lunch on the way home from work.

I popped into see Edie at work today and now have a new project now for work myself that shouldn't take me too long and is due at the press in a couple of weeks.

A lot of odd and cool things have happened since my last entry and have kept me from writing this one:

  1. Colleen and Stuart came to visit last week and we went to dinner Friday before they left Saturday morning. Dino's toasted ravioli and good conversation made it a fun time. I had forgotten how long it had been since I saw them.

  2. Matt's and Preston's business has surged ahead in its timetable for start-up. They've seen and approved an office building, agreed to a budget for servers and office computers, and finished assigned places in their somewhat convoluted and unnecessary bureaucratic order.

  3. Watched AI: Artificial Intelligence and all of the extra DVD stuff that comes with it. I didn't have as much of a problem with it as everyone else did who watched it and told me not to waste my time. It had a trouble with pacing as per normal Kubric-esque movies and large moral lessons that is normal of Spielberg direction. And yes, the overwhelming emotion throughout the film was sadness, and you expected there to be more sadness, so there weren't any surprises, but it was still a good film, right? right?

  4. Had a lot of fun playing AC with Zordac, although a think one another one of my AC friends is dicking me around. I surely hope not.

Am fighting the sleepies for the time being. Packing and leaving for Atlanta tomorrow and then headed to Hattiesburg for my sister's graduation on Friday.
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