I just got my license plate renewal bill in the mail. I'm supposed to send my check to 309 West South Street.
I wonder if that's anywhere near East North Street....
Neopets, one of my all-time top time-wasting places, has re-vamped their entire site and I hate it! I could get used to the new look, but now I have to scroll back and forth as well as down to view the pages, and that's annoying the heck out of me. Oh, and I can't find anything, either, since they moved and changed all the links and shortcuts.
I'm an old fussbudget, and I hate change!
My optical mouse seems to be clicking randomly (and double-clicking on occasion as well) and ads and cookie-bombardments keep locking up my browser when I'm web-surfing.
Sigh. I think the poltergeist followed me home....
This is so cool!
Msn announces you as one of the 10 lucky winners in the ongoing Msn Lottery Draw held on the 9th of April, 2007.
All 10 winning email addresses were randomly selected from a batch of 50,000,000 international emails each from Canada , Australia , United States , Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceania as part of our international promotions program which is conducted annually, consequently, you have been approved for a total pay out of 400,000.00 GBP (FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND GREAT BRITISH POUNDS STERLING ).
This Lottery was promoted and sponsored by a conglomerate of some multinational companies as part of their social responsibility to the citizens in the communities where they have operational base.
Further more your details(e-mail address) falls within our British representative office in United Kingdom , as indicated in your play coupon and your prize of 400,000.00 GBP will be released to you from this regional branch office in UK.
HOW TO CLAIM YOUR PRIZE
These are your identification numbers:-
Batch number: Lwh 09445
Lotto number: Lwh 09446
Winning number: Lwh 09447
Msn's Agent for Notice of claims of copyright or other intellectual property infringement can be reached as follows:
Fiduciary Agent: Maria Atkinson
You are to send the completed verification form below to our Agent in the United Kingdom whose email address is given above so that you will be advised on what to do to get your prize money. Congratulations once more!!
1. FULL NAME
2. COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
3. PRESENT ADDRESS.
4. DATE OF BIRTH
6. TELEPHONE NUMBER
6. FAX NUMBER (IF ANY)
7. MARITAL STATUS
8. WINNING NUMBER, BATCH NUMBER AND LOTTO NUMBER.
For security reasons, we advice all winners to keep this information confidential from the public until your claim is processed and your prize released to you. This is part of our security protocol to avoid double claiming and unwarranted taking advantage of this programme by non-selected winner or unofficial personnel.
Dr. Williams Gerri
The msn.com staff
I have a question, though...since Great Bristish Pounds Sterling sounds like a breed of dog, how big of a kennel run will I need for 400,000 of them?
(The cool, authentic-looking MSN logos, and the photo of Dr. Gerri, were too much trouble to copy, save and upload).
P.S. I'm trusting everybody not to steal my claim numbers...
The Great and Powerful Pixy Misa, as part of his Munuvian World Domination Plan, is temporarily offering free (yep, FREE!) blogs to suitable
victims beta volunteers. Each blog comes with "at least 1GB of disk space and 10GB of monthly bandwidth, for as long as the user wants to keep it."
Once all the
sacrificial beta-spots are filled, ordinary folks will be forced to actually PAY for their new mee.nu blogs.
It just so happens that I have come into possession of 5 (five!) virtual beta keys, each one of which will unlock the magical world of blogging to the lucky few.
Since I expect there will be a stampede to hop onboard the next Big Thing, I will email a key and unintelligible, rudimentary instructions to the first five requesters who can correctly tell me the name of my cat (and provide a valid email address)...
...or just beg. Begging is good.
*Thud! is one of my favorites...
Happy Easter! It's a particularly happy one, because it's the last day of Spring Break, and tomorrow we go back to "normal" hours--until summer, anyway. Yay!
Here's a poser for you--how can there be 102 people watching a movie, none of whom can be bothered to come out to the lobby and mention that the movie popped out of frame...until after the credits roll? It wasn't even subtle! When I got up to the projection booth, there was a black line across the middle of the screen, and the top of the frame was in the bottom half, and the bottom was in the top half. Yet, not one person came out to mention that there was something wrong with the film. I don't get it. Were we supposed to know there was a problem by the disturbance in the Force?
Sometimes I wonder, I really do...
Just posting to let my loyal reader (Hi Harvey!) know I'm still alive, and it's Spring Break, so I'm working 12-hour days and don't have anything interesting to blog about anyway, except the Supreme Court is stupid--but that's not news...