Archive: 2006
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Hello folks! I am extremely tired but also an extremely happy little boy! Why? Because today, I am the proud owner of a brand-new Nintendo Wii, courtesy of my cousin, Tony! Tony and I woke up real early this morning and headed over to the Nintendo World Store at Rockefeller Center to line up for […]

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Early tomorrow morning (5AM precisely), I will be on line at Nintendo World in Midtown Manhattan (near Rockefeller Center) to snag me a Nintendo Wii console. Actually, I will be buying two units plus accessories and games. If you are awake, do come by and join me in a nice DS Lite game marathon as […]

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Ok, apparently I can’t seem to curb my updating habits, so here goes another short one before I officially go off to enjoy Christmas festivities elsewhere! I normally don’t get very excited about faucets, but if there ever was a faucet to get all crazy about, it probably would be this ring faucet. I want […]

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I’m gonna be in and out this coming week as I am celebrating Christmas as well as moving the finals remnants of the old apartment into the new apartment. Since it’s Christmas Eve (man, really? It doesn’t feel like it) I thought I’d post this Christmas Eve poem by Bill Watterson, creator of my absolute […]


Drop Dead Gorgeous is a photo series by Daniela Edburg that comments on our secret cravings and over-indulgences — specifically in terms of food — by “killing” off gorgeous, young, beautiful women. Here’s an excerpt: For anyone who has eaten the whole box, or bag, or carton the photographs in this series make light of […]


I don’t know why anybody would even bother installing AIM anymore. Meebo does everything AIM does and much, much more. Along with its sleek and streamlined look, Meebo offers logged chats, cross-platform functionality, cross-network capabilities (Yahoo!, AIM, MSN, GTalk), and not to mention a host of other neat little features such as saved away messages, […] has closed!

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