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2010-01-04 - 12:53 p.m.
Sick today. Sinuses are clogged, sore throat is persisting, mild cough, mild headache.
Took two Sudafed. Still feel lousy.
I found episodes of the show Buck Rogers In The 25th Century over on Hulu. I had forgotten how much fun this thing used to be. Just look at the opening narration (done by the great William Conrad):
The year is 1987...and NASA launches the last of America's deep space probes. In a freak mishap, Ranger 3 and its pilot, Captain William "Buck" Rogers, are blown out of their trajectory into an orbit which freezes his life support system and returns Buck Rogers to Earth five hundred years later.
Anyway, I found the entire series at the store for $20. So I grabbed.
There's no cheese like classic cheese.
A city in Montana is getting new tennis courts with the stimulus money - about $50,000 of it.
However, the contract to build said tennis courts went to a company in Minnesota.
Evidently they couldn't find anyone local.
Despite this cold or whatever it is, I still need to go in to work.
Be seeing you.
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