January 13th, 2008

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Back in buisness

Well, my computer's back and working. My cousin managed to do something completely incomprehensible to me and now it's all fine. It recognizes the new Ram and now I have 5x the memory I used to. I haven't noticed any real benefits to that yet though it's nice to finally see my memory usage monitor in the green instead of starting off in the red. I am sad to say that the new memory dosen't seem to have done a thing when it comes to fixing my dvd-burning problem. I'm still churning out one coaster after another. I can only come to the conclusion that the drive is borked and is the source of the problem. The idea of getting a replacement and popping into the case dosen't exactly sound appealing. It feels like I'd just be tempting fate again.

Alrighty. I pulled the trigger. I just dropped $35 on a new DVD burner. It should get here in a couple of days and then I'll have to face installing it. 2 gets you 1 that something dies in a the process and I bork my computer again.
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Bring on the apocalypse

I'm watching Mean Girls on the ABC Family Channel.

Ya, I know. It's hard to know exactly what's the most fucked up part about that statement.

All I have to say is this is quite possibly the most degenerate movie I have ever seen in my life. I haven't seen something this morally bankrupt in quite a while. The saddest part is I'm sure there's going to be one of those happy fuzzy endings that will supposedly make everything okay by the end. Frankly, this piece of trash is appalling and no amount of a epiphany moment can redeem it. I just don't understand how people watch a film like this and don't feel an incredible urge to find a bell tower and a high powered rifle. The movie is only a little over half over at this point, and I've been praying for blood for over a hour now.

So the question is, why am I still watching it? It's sort of like a train wreck. I just can't seem to help myself. There's not a single redeeming character in this entire mess as far as I'm concerned, with the exception of the teachers. If this is even slightly what high school is like nowadays, then I'm for forcibly aborting all 13-17 year olds.