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29 May 2008 Thursday

http://ferrydust.com/journal/1882/may-29-2008

slated in moments, dreams at 4:35 pm

Email inbox is flooded (as usual) with limericks and name suggestions (not so usual).

Had a pretty complex dream up through waking (slept in a bit to play it out further) involving concepts of the Death Note. It wasn’t restful, but fascinating; my mind was very busy figuring what was allowed, how much could be orchestrated, who would be the victim to carry out the massively destructive plot, and… I think a little dog was involved. And maybe little aliens — I don’t remember; it was quite elaborate. And I wasn’t really the one plotting mass destruction, I was the mind dreaming it and trying to figure out what made sense as per the desu noto’s rules.

My friend was just let go from his job for nonsense reasons. I’m really upset about it.

Even after watching the first two movies and watching all the anime series, the Death Note manga is wonderful.

I learned a new trick re: MS Word tables and pagination yesterday. Table was having really odd page breaks when there were large cells full of text. Would put in an unwanted pagebreak and push the rest of the table to the next page. Really uncool. Surprisingly easy fix:

Format > Paragraph > Line and Page Breaks > Keep with next
Fascinating. I know.

I much prefer yogurt with fruit pieces in it, rather than the mixed/blended kind. Every time I pick up yogurt, I look specifically for “Fruit on bottom”; I invariably think to myself “hope on top”. (RIP, MH.)

Weir. I before E except after C… and W.

Rules of Engagement is a really funny show. Oliver Hudson is a really poor actor. Sometimes though, his poor acting is really laughable. Wasn’t so good for The Mountain, but for a comedic sitcom, I guess it works out.

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