this is me sitting thinking about getting a round tuit

there are little spots floating in my coffee. i’m not encouraged about this, but not particularly concerned, either. they don’t seem to have any texture, which is good.

so it’s wednesday and what have i done? not as much as i’d have liked.

sitting here staring vacantly at the monitor and trying to think of something interesting to type isn’t quite on my to-do list, but here i am.

oh, and accoding to the poll, the blame is distributed as follows:

bill gates – 22.22% (14 votes).
my parents – 3.17% (2 votes).
the media – 9.52% (6 votes).
“them” – 30.16% (19 votes).
me. muahaha. – 17.46% (11 votes).
fault? what for? – 17.46% (11 votes).

i knew it was them. it’s always them. damn them. so, another thing on my to do list is to switch out polls, i have a few reruns from the old surreally guestbook questionnaire, before i have to start coming up with original material. polls are fun.

ok, i’m going to get going now.

13 thoughts on “this is me sitting thinking about getting a round tuit

  1. kd, i have a request that’s a wee bit off topic (okay, totally off topic).

    is it possible to get the javascript code you use for your everchanging quotes?

    pretty please.

  2. oh don’t go! i was enjoying reading how you are “sitting here staring vacantly at the monitor and trying to think of something interesting to type”

    that is what i do everyday. it’s nice to have the company.

    looks like you may have a visitor driving by to see you soon?

  3. we’ll see! maybe the weekend after this one.

    so when they get here, we kidnap them and keep them, ok? shh. don’t tell.

  4. Yeah, I used to get those little dots floating in my coffee too. They’re white, right? They kinda freaked me out, and I was convinced the people at Dunkin’ Donuts were trying to kill me. Then I stopped going there. It’s all a conspiracy, I tell you.

  5. Coffee tends to do that. (grow spots) It confused me at first, but then I looked at black coffee that had been sitting for a few hours in a cup. It had a large pool of oil on the top. Coffee beans are very oily, and as coffee cools, the oils that are dispersed throughout the water rise to the top. If you’ve got milk in the cup it’s a bit less apparent as to what the stuff is, and just looks like dark spots.

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