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And at the end of the day...

Endocrinologist's Appointment: DONE!
Tire repaired: Ended up being replaced, but DONE!
Indian Lunch: DONE!
Oil Change: DONE!
Groceries: DONE!
Laundry: DONE!
Batch Cook: DONE!

Not done:
Possibly do some streaming of one my game systems.

Bonus things done:
Replaced the broken tire sensor! One less light on my dashboard.
Lose another Credit Card. OOPS.
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I love The Twilight Zone. I've been watching it since I was probably five or six. I consider it one of the best series and some of the best writing ever put to television. One of my prize possessions is a rejection letter signed by Rod Serling himself (not a rejection to me, but I'd be honored if it were!)

And yet, forty years later, there's STILL episodes I've never seen! I don't remember "And Then The Sky Opened" or "Perchance to Dream." I do seem to remember "22" but I'm not 100% sure I saw it. And I know there's a slew of one hour TZ episodes I never saw.

I really need to sit down and just sit and binge watch the series from beginning to end one day.
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Help me Doctor Internet!

I'm looking for the name of a newspaper comic strip that ran in the late 80s/early 90s about a tall blonde American man married to a short Japanese woman. It had a very brushy looking ink style to it, and I remember a struggling involved the wife taking her husband to meet the family in Japan. I want to say or was called "Noodles" but I've never found anything under that babe.

Any one remember what it is?
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Alright. With Peak over at work, and me no longer sick, tomorrow 2019 really starts.

Zelda streaming on Sunday, art and writing on alternate days (no streaming) for the week, and maybe - MAYBE a stream where I give my old systems their once-a-year check to make sure they still work over the course of a month or two.
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So the power outage has zapped something in Windows 10 where plugging in my phone and turning on tethering blue screens the system. When I stream, I use my phone tether to get the best streaming qualoty (My phone is apparently still better for this than our home internet). So streaming is taking longer to get back into than I'd hoped.

I can probably still stream using the phone as a hotspot, but we'll see what we can do to get the tethering working first.
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Trump Presidential Drinking Game

Anytime he lies, take a drink.
Anytime he tells the truth, finish the bottle.

Enjoy being passed out for the rest of the address.
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I've done cross country roadtrips with less than five hours of sleep before. Sure.

Last two hours have been nothing but one technical difficulty after another, just to get stuff set up to go to Canada.
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Thoughts before bed.

Those of you who have played Bubble Bobble? YOU NOW HAVE THE SONG STUCK IN YOUR HEAD.

Good night!
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The Many Lives of Genevieve
Rough Draft
2,628 Words (+101 words)

“My name is Genoveva Aurelica. I’m probably thirty seven or thirty eight years old...I’m not really sure anymore.”
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Although that ending just didn't work for me. But still...everything UP to it....
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I'm the gal sitting at the table, head banging to the music and having a great time. I'm just not on the dance floor, because (1) I love the music and can hear it just fine where I am and (2) I dance like a drunk baby giraffe.
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Sat what you will about the 1996 Doctor Who movie, NuWho owes more to it than the classic series.
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The 2018 One Sentence Year in Review:

"What's left for a warrior to do after he's lost the big one, but win some of the little ones?"

2017: He's very brave and very silly and I think, for a time he's going to be very sad, but I promise, in the end, he'll be alright.
2016: Greater than the death of flesh is the death of hope, the death of dreams...and against this peril we can never surrender.
2015: ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
2014: Sometimes, by losing a battle, you find a new way to win the war.
2013: All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another.
2012: Here at last, on the shores of the sea, comes the end of our Fellowship.
2011: Seeking to forget makes exile all the longer; the secret of redemption lies in remembrance.
2010: Sometimes life has a way of moving you past wants and hopes.
2008: Jump...Jump now!
2007: Darkness was upon the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.
2006: The show must go on.
2005: What to have, what to hold: A poor man's roses, or a rich man's gold.
2004: You like me! You really like me!
2003: Once more...with feeling!
2002: Wow...that could have gone better.
2001: I hope you die and get ate by worms, Milkman Dan.
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Sometimes, all it takes is someone taking a chance on you to prove you can do it. To them and yourself.

What a way to end 2018. :)
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Just went from 3,000 emails to 60 in my personal email inbox. IT'S A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE.
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Disturbing: Getting an obvious spam email with an old global password I used in 2008.

VERY glad I have a password manager now, and EVERYTHING is different password.
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The Many Lives of Genevieve
Rough Draft
2,527 Words (+425 words)

“Let’s get you out of here.” She turned to the bailiff. “Get him...” She stopped and saw Genoveva looking back at her in confusion. “Do you prefer ‘him’ or ‘her’?”

“ doesn’t really matter.”

She turned back to the bailiff. “Get Genoveva a private cell for now, full amenities. And clear out my appointments for the rest of the afternoon.”
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Shank in "Ralph Breaks the Internet's" Slaughter Race is how I imagine my time in the Mortal Kombat fandom.

I'm nice, philosophical, deep...but I'd kick your ass. Just part of the game, folks.
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