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Your jacket may be waterproof, but . . . you're gonna get your trousers changed

The bus was twenty minutes late today. I guess that's what happens when it rains. Everyone takes the bus and then it is so slow.

After class, it seems that I tipped the Solstice baristas $10.

Now I'm at home in the now very cold Office of Obsolete Technology, working on an application to the Human Subjects Division. I have no intention of using equipment involving energy input to the subjects.

Some White Octave CDs arrived today with free stickers. One reads "Emo is Awesome" the other reads "Emo is Evil". Unfortunately, the t-shirt is available only in youth medium or extra large sizes.


the HSD site is so 1998!
The Solstice baristas deserve a ten dollar tip. Now you don't have to tip them for the next 10-20 coffees, depending on how cheap you are.

If you weren't so fat, or you were fatter, you could get one of the shirts. You should work on that.
(I found the missing money. It was in my pocket. Imagine!)

Your tipping math assumes the same 10 baristas for my next ten visits. This is probably approximately true, but I guess they'll just need to wait.


I'm eating as hard as I can! Because there's nothing quite so emo as a fat guy in an deep elm emo t-shirt. I can't wait!

(At least I can get insurance)