May 10th, 2009


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  • 13:57 just saw Star Trek. Eh, it was so-so, I guess. Can't say I was impressed or thrilled. #
  • 18:19 has... apparently successfully... installed a new wireless router. Time for the "walk test." That is, how far will the signal reach? #
  • 19:48 ran 8km today. 5:47/km pace. First run in three weeks.
    ,runs,80946023,runID,1075486810 #
  • 20:40 the work website now indicates the stuff that was due today... isn't due today. Uhm... I checked it both Thursday & Friday from work. #
  • 20:41 will go with the option which allows him to postpone work-related stuff a little bit longer. Of course. #
  • 20:43 at the end of my driveway, I pick up a wireless internet signal identified as BIYATCH. In case you're in the neighborhood, that is NOT mine! #
  • 20:56 IMHO... if you've seen "Waterworld," you've seen the "re-imagined" Romulans in the new "Trek" film. :-( #
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Die Nibelungen: Siegfried -- Starring... Trippy!

Unlike most of Trippy's meretricious* tales, for which evidence is at best tenuous and more often nonexistent, rare production stills recently discovered in the archives of late fantasy film historian Forrest J. (Forry) Ackerman appear to substantiate Trippy's claim to have worked with director Fritz Lang on Lang's epic silent era production of Die Nibelungen.

Die Nibelungen: Siegfried -- Starring... Trippy!

*meretricious: plausible, but false