The wind blew so hard today that some areas
around where I live lost electrical power.
As far as I was concerned, though, it was
just a beautiful, windy day, and I enjoyed
it by opening the doors and windows.
This natural catastrophe was as nothing to
the hail storm that recently hit everywhere
around my neighbourhood, punching holes
through windows, gutters, chicken coops, and
windshields, as well as denting cars all
around town. Some of the hailstones were
as large as baseballs. Again, I merely en-
joyed the day with open doors and windows.
The CopStop ice cream at Amy's Ice Cream is
coffee ice cream & real chunks of doughnut.
It's delcious. I also think the coffee fla-
vour is authentic, based on what my urine
smelled like later.
The alcoholic Grasshopper ice cream is also
extremely delicious, and so alcoholy that
the ice cream is extremely soft.
The Pita Pit also finally has two delicious
locations now established in Austin, one
downtown, and one near campus.
This is the only thing that stands between us
and alien invasion. And I missed its passover
tonight, darnit! :-/
TimeWarner to implement tiered bandwidth usage in the rest of Texas soon - monitoring to start in April
Texas Board of Education had their vote, and I'm unclear what the result was - But the zealot isn't happy, so I guess that's a good thing. More explanation on arstechnica here.
West Virginia (and other States) considering drug testing for people recieving unemployment or food benefits
Paper dinosaurs are dying - "The outlook is so grim that the American Society of Newspaper Editors, a membership organization for daily newspaper editors, canceled its annual convention in April after deciding that "the challenges editors face at their newspapers demand their full attention.""
The United States has no real disposal plan for its nuclear waste