The cable's out, it's 9:10 in the morning, and this is the only thing I have to do, because the Nintendo is in my brother's room. I'm a little hungry, so this entry might not be all that long. Maybe I'll update it more later.

I rented New York Stories last night. It sucked. Out of the three movies, the only good one was Woody Allen's. The first one was by Martin Scorcese, by far the worst of the three; the second was by Francis Ford Coppola (the next-to-worst); and then Woody Allen's. I was surprised how much the first two sucked, since they were both by directors I tend to really like. Oh, well.

There's something that I feel needs to be done. I'm not quite sure what it is, but I feel that this page is missing something. Really. I was thinking about moving it back to my old Tripod location, but I decided that since I'd already signed up to a web ring and gotten my own Nedstats, it wasn't worth the effort. Besides, even though this page is a subdirectory of strangelove, I always see it as its own site. Anyway, if you have any ideas, please let me know.

I've been working at my mom's office. The guys in the mailroom are pretty cool. Pablo and Dave are the two guys I work with. Dave's my boss, but he's a cool boss. He used to watch Space Ghost. I got my first paycheck in the mail on Friday. That was cool. I'm going to keep less than half of it, and put the rest towards my trip to Russia (I leave during April vacation).

I watched Saturday Morning Cartoons yesterday for the first time in a while. I've actually had the energy lately. I taped Doug, my favorite cartoon (as of now), ate breakfast, showered, and watched Pepper Ann. I love them both for different reasons, which I'm not going to go into because I read too far into cartoons some of the time. All I'm going to tell you is that I find it kind of funny that I'm sixteen years old and watching cartoons while four year-olds are doing the same. I'll leave you now to ponder this idea.

Quote of the day: "Money cannot bring you happiness, but at least you can be miserable in comfort." -Oscar Wilde

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