What about an extra twelve?

Bump. Today I’ve been to work for nine hours, I got a hair cut, made a phone call, ate dinner and deleted some SPAM and then I deleted some more SPAM, well over 100 in total. But thanks to POPFile, getting rid of SPAM isn’t exactly hard work. There are too few hours in a day. If you can come up with a thingy that extends the day with, say, twelve hours or so, I’ll buy it. How am I going to find the time to watch my spanking new copy of The Lord of the Rings - The Two Towers Platinum Series Special Extended Edition (early Christmas gift) when there is only a lousy twenty four hours in a day?

All my Amazon orders from the Christmas shopping spree have now been shipped. Good for me. If I’m lucky, I’ll get the books before Christmas Eve, the DVDs won’t arrive until some time in January next year, but I can live with that. I’ve developed a habit of being able to live with things. I can it “sensible apathy”.

Here’s the reasons for the previous entry’s weird title: The Day After Tomorrow. Another of those movies about a global catastrophe with great visual effects and no story or the best movie that 2004 will bring? We’ll see.

Tomorrow I might tell you why I don’t like RSS and why you probably won’t see an RSS feed from this site in the very near future. Unless I convince myself that I’ll do RSS even though I don’t like it. Because I’m Vegard and I give the people what the people want. Mostly.


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