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24 November 2008

It’s not me, it’s you

I don’t know what’s funnier: that the ‘tards missed their target completely, or the awful grammar (third comment).

‘From whence cometh’? Way to sound like a pillock.

Filed under: fools (!gladly) — rpg @ 11:28

23 November 2008

On the internet…

…no one knows Kurt L Hanson is you’re a loony.

Filed under: google fu — rpg @ 20:29

19 November 2008

Flickr’d

What do the referral stats from Flickr say about me?

lickr referral stat

Filed under: photos — rpg @ 19:45

15 November 2008

Movember

By the way, I’m posting pictures of the beard at Facebook and the Labrats.

Half-way. Yay!

Filed under: random bloggy stuff — rpg @ 17:18

10 November 2008

What he said

No, really.
Internet filtering is s stupidly bad idea

Filed under: fools (!gladly) — rpg @ 10:18

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