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2009-03-18 - 11:45 a.m.
Yesterday, Walter took a look at my Kermit pin, said "Nice!", and went back to his work.
So I kept it on all day.
In his first speech since leaving office, former President George W. Bush has declined to criticize President Obama, saying Obama "deserves my silence".
Say what you want about Bush, he has acted in a very classy manner since Obama was elected - from the "warm welcome" to the Obamas in January to now. Compare this to 2000, what with the Clinton's stealing furniture and art from the White House and breaking the W key off many of the computer keyboards.
Like most former presidents, Bush is stepping back and staying out of it. Good for him.
Long long ago (when the buffalo were plentiful), I had an Apple II. One of my favorite games for that system is being updated to 32-bit and scheduled to come out this year.
This game taught me the term "monster stomp" - teleporting a high-powered piece into the enemy's back ranks to do some major damage.
Hot damn. Can't wait.
Following the HangInThereJack campaign, Jack In The Box has re-done its website and introduced a new logo.
Cool. And retro. The logo, that is.
Lunch and then work. The usual usual.
Be seeing you.
2 comments so far
artgnome - 2009-03-18 18:56:37 - http://artgnome.diaryland.com
VERY nice logo, for sure.
My buddy used to play Galaga for hours and I got so sucked into just watching. go space bugs.
Bob - 2009-03-19 16:15:20 - http://shadowgm.diaryland.com
A review by the GAO found no such damage or vandalism by the Clintons or the Clinton Administration, and the Bush Administration has never produced the detailed list that former WH Spokesman Ari Fleischer promised.
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