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2009-12-09 - 1:07 p.m.
More cold nights. It's still down into the mid-40s.
The cats sleep with me, atop the comforter and the blanket. I freeze for about five minutes, and then I'm comfortable.
And I've been getting 8-9 hours straight.
It looks like NASA is getting swept up into Climategate - a researcher is suing NASA for release of the climate data NASA used to prove global warming exists. NASA has refused to release the data despite several requests under the Freedom Of Information Act.
No word if James Hansen has stuck his fingers in his ears yet.
Okay, so I'm way behind the times - I re-discovered TVTropes.org.
You name it, it's there - even Rule 34. Some of the comments are truly cringe-worthy...or rather, squick-worthy.
Bleah. No more time. Gotta get going.
Be seeing you.
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