Tuesday, July 18, 2006

almost got killed on my bikeride to work, nerves are still a bit frazzled even 2 hours later. ugh. a car froze when it saw me coming down the hill, light turned yellow, it stopped in the middle of an intersection instead of completing a left-hand turn, thus blocking both lanes. I was forced to cut across into the other 2 lanes of oncomig traffic then onto the opposite sidewalk. after that I got off the bike and just walked in circles for 20 minutes trying to calm down, but it didn't do much good. it is truly strange being a bike, I almost wish cars would just ignore me altogether in stead of doing unpredictable freak-out manouvers...

in more scary news:
from c.:

Iran's Hizbollah has announced that it's ready to support Lebanon's
Hizbollah by attacking Israeli and U.S. interests worldwide....



From Reuters:

"We have 2,000 volunteers who have registered since last year," said Iranian Hizbollah's spokesman Mojtaba Bigdeli, speaking by telephone from the central seminary city of Qom. "They have been trained and they can become fully armed. We are ready to dispatch them to every corner of the world to jeopardise Israel and America's interests. We are only waiting for the Supreme Leader's green light to take action. If America wants to ignite World War Three ... we welcome it," he said."

Ugh goodness.

to get my mind off all this wierdness I actually spent half the day reading a draft script for the Fifth Element. If you are a huge dork (like me) you can notice changes/edits/discrepancies along the way, kinda fun.

Junk email of the day:

"We purchase uncollected Judicial Judgments"

We purchase unpaid court awards
Receive the funds you are owed and see that justice happens
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On the other hand, continued the Demon, some people with fierce
countenances are kindly by nature, and many who appear to be evil are in
reality honorable and trustworthy
Therefore, that you may judge all your fellow-creatures truly, and know
upon whom to depend, I give you the Character Markerb22"
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