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so, i'm suspecting work's going to get a bit hectic soon, so i'm going to spend as much time as possible finding randomness online. cause that's way more fun than editing puzzles at the moment. so here's what i've come across as of late:
the world's 16 least inspiring flags. 'nuff said.
wii fitness will be available in may, at which time merritt and i will no longer have to dodge my four-legged roommates while playing ddr.
elmo hates children (or at least one of them).
and my new "game" of the day: guess my crime.
btw, not to sound morbid or anything, but one of my favorite parts of the oscars is when they do the tribute to the people who died within the past year. (still wondering about the brad renfro/roy scheider omissions, btw). what makes me feel bad though is that when it's a star who passed on, everyone claps politely. when it was a sound editor or make-up artist, you rarely hear any applause. what's that about? i mean these people obviously had enough of a role in the industry to warrant some recognition from the academy, so what's up with these celebrities sitting on their hands for non-famous people? just wondering.