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As you know, I’m a slacker. Add a short Easter vacation in the mix, and my slackingness has reached new heights. I do have a second week March Madness wrap-up coming. I will give you the abstract: “People won, people lost. I don’t really give a crap because Kansas lost in [...]

March Madness 2005: Day 4 - More of the Same

There’s really not much to say about today. Teams won, teams lost. My bracket is pretty much down for the count. What else is there to talk about?
The bright spot for the day was my pick of NC State over U Conn. It’s not much but it’s something. The low [...]

March Madness 2005: Day 3 - I Quit

Wow. Tournament days like today are why I love March Madness. Well, love and hate it (I’m still crying about Kansas). I lost all hope for my bracket soon after Gonzaga lost. Screw it — I cheered for underdogs the rest of the day. With Wake Forest’s loss, my championship [...]

March Madness 2005: Day 2 - I Don’t Want to Talk About It

There are no words.
I’ll be the one in the corner crying, rocking back and forth, and drooling on myself.

March Madness 2005: Day 1

Firstly, if Gonzaga thinks it’s cool to play like crap and nearly ruin a chunk of my bracket, I have news for them. It’s totally not cool. I’ve got a few cutting words for Alabama as well. For now, (because I’m feeling so “zen”) I’ll chalk it up to the 5 vs. [...]

Geek- -

For all my supposed geekiness, I haven’t been able to send mail from Thunderbird since I upgraded my operating system several months ago (and did a brand new install of Thunderbird, etc, etc). I attribute this to:
a) Bill Gates
b) My outgoing mail server
c) Stealthy unseen forces and gremlins
d) General laziness
Basically, don’t send stuff [...]

March Madness Begins

It’s practically a holiday season here at headquarters. If I had the power, I’d give all of the staff a March Madness vacation. I mean, it’s really hard to catch all of the games on the first Thursday and Friday of the tournament.
I will be filling out brackets for both the [...]

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