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syasnomis
03 November 2009 @ 09:43 am
Thanks to all for the warm wishes and special thanks to those got me a new xbox 360!


Thank you Slodwick.

Thank you Jason & Rael_barclay

Thank you Icalynn

Thank You Aelora

Thank You Devin

And thanks to Ron, even though he will never see it. He is too old and stubborn to use any social site.
 
 
Current Mood: happyhappy
 
 
syasnomis
19 December 2008 @ 08:09 am
No not Jesus, it's icalynn's birthday.
 
 
syasnomis
03 November 2008 @ 07:10 am
Ate way too much at the Brazil Buffet thanks to aelora and icalynn. I will never need to eat again. I got Fable II from Aelora.

Now the request, for my Birthday, vote!

I asked to get Bush out of the Whitehouse for my birthday fours years ago, and you all failed. Get out and vote this time.
 
 
syasnomis
18 October 2008 @ 05:07 pm





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18 October 2008 @ 05:07 pm





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syasnomis
18 October 2008 @ 05:06 pm





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syasnomis
07 July 2008 @ 09:20 am

Why?

Just because I need a break from writing SQL. Been going at it for 3 hours and I needs a little break.

Saw Hancock last week with the family. Awesome, not Ironman or Batman Begins awesome, but a damn good movie.

On July 4th we went to a local small town parade. At least they called it a parade, mostly political campaigning. I thought you had to have a float to be in a parade. I was wrong, just a car and a cheap sign on the side will do.

parade-07-07-04

 

Also went to the carnival after. Here is a pic of the wife and daughter.

carnival-2008-07-04

And the guy who helped the dizzy people off of the ride. aelora was so excited to ride the rides, until she finished the first one. Then she was nauseous the rest of the time. How about me? I don’t do rides that move in any sort of circle. No, it is not some sort of strange religious belief. I get very ill if I get on anything that moves in a repeated pattern.

 

News for the day: The FDA has no clue was the hell is going on

 
 
Current Mood: boredbored
 
 
syasnomis
29 February 2008 @ 08:40 am
I don’t post very often, but I had to share this.

I just exited a “conversation” with another employee. This person is a college grad with a computer degree. This week they just decided it was time to cancel AOL and get another ISP. They pick a broadband provider and schedule a time for install. ISP visits the house and installs the cable modem. The employee then goes to use the computer and is confused on how to get to the internet and calls the ISP, who has to explain to them that the PC is now connected directly to the internet and they can simply run internet explorer to get on the web. Great now they are on the web, less than 24 hours later they have a virus. 

So this morning I am being told how they called the ISP and wanted to know when they would come over and make the computer work and clean off the virus. The employee had tried to install a virus scanner after the infection but it was unable to clean the computer. When the ISP explained that how they use the computer is up to the end user and perhaps they should take the PC to a repair center, the employee asked to speak to a supervisor. In their words, “I got this virus connect to your internet, this is your fault.” After repeat calls to management one of which included this statement, “don’t talk to me like I am stupid I have a computer degree and I work with computers every day.” The employee insists that the ISP is responsible for the virus and is now leaving work early so they can meet the uninstaller. That’s right, they are getting rid of the ISP because they got a virus and the ISP will not provide free support to remove it.

I asked if the electric company was responsible when food goes bad in my fridge. Their answer, “This is different.”

I then realized I was would have better luck conversing with the Elmo doll laying face down on the frozen ground that I passed on the way to work.
 
 
 
 
Current Mood: shockedshocked
 
 
syasnomis
19 October 2007 @ 03:45 pm
Who can loan me about $70,000?

I need me one of these: http://www.autoblog.com/2007/10/19/ebay-find-of-the-day-optimus-prime-peterbuilt-1-1-scale-replica/ 

I promise to let you ride in it.
 
 
syasnomis
20 November 2006 @ 09:59 am
Gonna be the longest 3 day week ever!

See how bored I am. I am actually posting on LJ.

aelora & I saw a few flicks this weekend. What follows are my mini- reviews.

Happy Feet 

Saw this Friday night. Great flick! 

Good:
More emotional than I expected. Animation was awesome and there were plenty of laugh out loud moments. 

Bad:
Not Enough big song and dance numbers. I got the impression from the trailer that the movie was going to be much like Moulin Rouge, It wasn't. They started some great songs, but then cut them off after about 30 seconds.

Ultra Violet (Picked up on DVD, Aelora only caught the end of this one)

Made by the guy who did Equilibrium. I hated that movie, this one is worse.

Good:

Uh, only cost me $6 for the DVD. Perhaps one of the people on my friends lists will want a used copy for Christmas.

Bad: 

Awful stunts, bad cameras, pointless story, too much airbrushing. How many people dressing in all white can be stabbed in an all white room and have no blood flowing?

Underworld: Evolution (Aelora did not see this one)

Better than the first

Good: Also only $6, but I will be keepinf this one. Kate Beckinsale, who I am not a big fan of, is sexy as a vampire. Great stunts, good simple action fun, with a sexy woman in black leather.

Bad: A little light in plot. No emotion at all. 

Casino Royale

Much better than expected

Good: Good story. Seems to set up future Bond movies. Ugly ass Craig grew on me. Runner at begining of movie channels Jackie Chan, awesome! Moral of the movie: trust no one, especially women.

Bad: Same actress fro "M" adds confusion, is this a new Bond franchise or a sequel. Bond music only used in closing credits.