— John S wrote:
> If you could meet and chat with anyone that you wanted who was
> deceased. Whom would you choose?
I think… Einstien. He would be a hoot at a party. If I couldn’t get
him, then Uncle Al Crowley. Ooooh! Carl Jung!
Picture this… a dinner party with Nietzsche, Crowley, and Ayn Rand.
Maybe Churchill to provide color commentary?
I found this one from the Blogger main page. The first poem I found on Kristin’s page seemed amazing to me. I post it here only so that I don’t lose it in her archives. She says that all of her poems are assembled from the subject lines of SPAM she gets…
I don’t know, I’ve never noticed interesting stuff like that, but maybe I’ll look at my SPAM basket in a different way tomorrow.
Kristin Thomas Spam Poetry: Sunday, March 28, 2004
Its the girl who always loved you
its the one that got away
Its the moment that escapes you
when the predator is prey
its the way to finally take charge
its a question of your hate
its the easiest part of your new life
when you finally seize the day
When the one you want rejects you
When the pain is its own drug
when you can’t take another moment
it is time for them to pay.
– by Kristin Thomas
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Watching Microsoft get beat is always fun. It’s like rooting against the Yankees or the Lakers. No one likes them, and when they lose, it is sweet victory.
Google totally has topped Yahoo! and Microsoft by venturing into the e-mail market and offering free accounts that give you one gigabyte of storage.
This is a hundred times what others like Hotmail offer.
I personally have been a Yahoo! user for a long time.
Hotmail deleted my whole inbox once and I have never gone back.
And I am sure others also will be leaving. A free gig should be enough to get anyone to go through the hassle of changing their e-mail address.
Google says its service should be up in a few weeks.