May 5th, 2002

Kind lady

Sunday Morn.

The great pop vs. soda controversy.... after making the link here, I realize that I need to get a copy of the now dead semagic client. anyone have a version that they can point me to?

Spending the day at home today... you'd have to start a fire to get me to leave the house on cinco de mayo. Air and Sea show, Sunfest *plus* Cinco de Mayo? Who was the brainchild that plotted that schedule? Even the temptation of going to see Spider-man is not enough.
Kind lady

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A real digger mole... appears to be real according to the US Patent office. Here's a couple related patents:

Tunnelling process and the gizmo itself... I have wanted an underground vehicle for a very

These don't mention using nuclear power - they use lasers and other heat sources, but not nuclear...that makes it a lot more believable. It would be tough to use nuclear powered borers very extensively in secret because of the tight controls kept on fissionable materials... but anybody can build a laser.

Of course, I've also always wanted a supersonic zeppelin, too.

Puppy-Frog!, and a fantastic entry about maps.

gator peek!

Nuts! printroom figured out how I was trimming off the ad. back to hosting from home!

gator peek 2


That's better. freephoto-i.net, until I devise a realtime image clipper, or stop beang cheap with my own bandwidth.
Kind lady

Boo, Verisign!

Fun keywords to my site this week...

Google superbabies cartoon
Yahoo bug tattoos in florida (#19 down.)
Google little ceasar's crazy bread (#10 down)


I can come up behind Newton as he sleeps, and just hug him. no spaz, no freakout. Just a sleepy awakening and then *nuzznuzznuzz*

and now, a humble request, from textism.com

Time, if you please, for another Google bomb.

My friend and yours, Leslie Harpold, continues to suffer the arrogance and incompetence of Verisign, a company to whom she paid money in exchange for the safekeeping of her domain, Hoopla.com, and who then cheerfully sold it to someone else.

Perhaps Verisign will fix this fiasco some day; nonetheless I see no reason not to share the story. With, say, all the stock analysts, potential investors, journalists and (apparently) lowly domain registrants who type the word Verisign into Google. Your link to:

<a href="http://www.textism.com/article/494/">Verisign</a>

will help steer the way.

That's Verisign.

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She's the one that showed me poemtags.