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The Autobiography of Russell
Life from a different perspective
Some random stuff
I need to get a paid account (even if only for two months) so I can fix some stuff in my journal layout. (specifically the counters at the bottom of the pages) It'd also be nice if I could get that image package long enough to upload a bunch of different Tombo icons.

I want to wring the neck of people who use things like "u", "r", "1", "?" and such in place of the proper form of "you", "are", "one", and "question" (especially if they do something like "any1"). It annoys me to no end at the carelessness of these people. Their lack of communication skills is appalling. So if I were a English teacher I would mark this sentence like so: srry to bother u and waste ur time like i have in the past few hours.i just wanna say i am sorry that i bothered u and i am srry i wasnt smart enough for u (6 strikes in two sentences -- and that's ignoring capitalization and punctuation errors!)

Darn you, Jo! While he was over Friday afternoon one of the things he brought with him was the DVDs to an anime called Fruits Basket. We watched the first four episodes of that and ever since then I've been hankering to see the rest of them. >_< Bad Jo! Very bad.

I'll post more random thoughts and rants later.

Current Mood: blah blah
Current Music: "Heaven" by Dj Sammy

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shadesfox From: shadesfox Date: January 31st, 2004 07:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
I've only ever seen two valid uses of that. First is FPS games where you really want to communicat and move very very quickly. the other is passwords. Belive me, cracking a password of l33t is much harder then normal ^_^;;
zimzat From: zimzat Date: January 31st, 2004 08:42 pm (UTC) (Link)


hmm... yeah, you have a good point. In those instances I guess I could accept its use. (Not that I'd normally know if a person used l33t in their password)
shadesfox From: shadesfox Date: February 1st, 2004 09:35 am (UTC) (Link)


I do often, then again seeing the effects of john the ripper on unix passwords made me a firm beliver in always using it.
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