Hmmmmm…..

I haven’t seen Cassie in a week, because she has been sick. She is mostly better now though, so I get to go to a movie with her tomorrow.

I would like to apologize again to Sarah, for saying she was upset when she wasn’t. Hopefully she wasn’t upset by it, but I won’t say if she was or not, as that may upset her, so uhm, I am going to leave it at that. (Hah, I just proof read through and realized I didn’t capitalize her name. That would have made me look dumb.)

I still have no job, and I don’t like it. I need $$, and the one thing jobs are good for is getting $$.

School is, uhm, going. I have an A in all 3 classes, and just 5 more weeks.

What else…

Uhm, this was interesting:

No, wait, I will save that as my quote, since I have nothing else.

La la la.

I am in a very “fast” mood right now. I am IMing Cassie and I think I am scarring her. I just keep typing stuff and it doesnt even all make sense. And, I will type like “keep” but I am so into it, I will type “keeping” because I want to keep going or something, I don’t know.

Anyway, I could write a story here, since I have the energy. I think I will say good bye first though, and come back up if I still want to.

Ok, yes, I will try.

hmm, story…

Uhm, I decided no actually, I was typing it and ran out of energy, so I deleted it. it was kinda screwy anyway. Oh well, another time.

Good bye,
nick

Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Kernel, was visiting his friend Andrew Tridgell, the creator of the Samba suite. They were walking through the Zoo in Canberra when, without warning, a huge flock of vampire attack penguins dove out of the sky and tried to carry Linus away. Fortunately, Andrew had an umbrella. Still, one of the birds was able to nip Linus’ hand with its fanged beak. Rumor has it that on moonlit nights Linus still runs out into the darkness and jumps, stark naked, into icy water. Of course, he’s Finnish and may always have done this. In any case, this is why the Penguin is the Linux Mascot.

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