"The first, and most important fact to be recognized concerning the Hitler regime, is that Adolf Hitler was put into power in Germany on orders from London. The documentation of this matter is abundant and conclusive."
"Humboldt Versus Hitler", Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr., The Campaigner, August 1978

OH! Really. the documentation is both 'abundant' and 'conclusive', you say? Well, that seals the deal. Wind it back a few weeks, Time - I voted for the WRONG GUY. LaRouche for President in '08 - it'll be his 13th consecutive election year on the ballot...

also funny: the increased number of happy birthday wishes you get when you're on the FaceBook.

Ever realize that every birthday you celebrate is a year closer to your death?

Dr. Thurman: The search for God is absurd?
Donnie Darko: It is if everyone dies alone.
there are four basic types of people in this world:

-people who think they are the most important thing around and act like it;
-people who think they are the most important thing around but hide it through "concern" for others;
-people who know better than to think they are hot stuff, and so devote themselves to helping others because they truly believe others deserve the devotion;
-and people who know they're not that important, but pretend they are anyway.

Where do I fit into that?


talking away
i don't know what, what to say
but i'll say it anyway
there's another day to find you
shying away
i'll be coming for you, that's okay
take on me, take me on
i'll be gone
in a day or two

Ah-Ha - Take On Me


Quick post before I hit up the homework.

This weekend... I knew it would go by fast. I hate how I look forward so much to the weekend, and then I get there, and it's gone like *that*. Friday was a fun-filled evening of watching The Big Lebowski in the lounge with Jeff and some other people who wandered in close to the beginning of the movie. It was a pretty good film, I thought. Not side-splitting hilarious, but well done nonetheless. Walter is by far my favorite character from that movie. Anna and Tara came in at the end of the film, so I need to watch the last 15 minutes again because I wasn't paying attention, and I didn't really know why Donny was dead.

Saturday, I had a fun day of work and then I hung out with a friend who lives in Redmond.

And now it's Sunday, and my O-chem is far from learned. Dar. So I'm gonna go get a start on that. Maybe I'll tell you about work on Saturday some other time... it was definitely one of the most bizarre shifts I've ever worked...

The Dude abides.