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March 19th, 2003

moving fun @ 10:49 pm

Current Mood: weird weird
Current Music: talk of rainbow beans and arugula

Phoebe and I swapped bedrooms today - I'm now in the master bedroom, she in the front bedroom. I mostly had to get all my crap into boxes, and I have an awful lot of crap; she doesn't have much in the way of Stuff, but she had the Difficult to Move headboard to make up for it. Still need to move the stuff from the bathrooms around, and haul the desks into the bedrooms; that'll require me crawling under the house to string ethernet underneath. Fun will be had by all - after all, how can you NOT have fun in a crawlspace?

The only ickiness from all of this is that when I turned my futon over in preparation to move it, I found a gigantic wet spot on the underside that had mouldered in various different colors. Bleaaaaah. Fortunately, craigslist has lots of people selling off their futons for cheap.

And to follow up to my last entry: a transcript of Robin Cook's resignation speech; it includes such tidbits as

What has come to trouble me most over past weeks is the suspicion that if the hanging chads in Florida had gone the other way and Al Gore had been elected, we would not now be about to commit British troops.
 
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From:sarz
Date:March 19th, 2003 11:32 pm (UTC)
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did you pee on your futon?
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From:moof
Date:March 19th, 2003 11:46 pm (UTC)
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The cat did at one point - but unless he (or I) managed to squoosh himself flat, work himself into the middle of the futon, and THEN pee... it seems unlikely that urine is to blame. It was completely dry on the face-up side.
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From:sarz
Date:March 20th, 2003 12:49 am (UTC)
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maybe someone else slept in your bed and they peed in it and then they filled it?
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From:rzr_grl
Date:March 20th, 2003 12:03 am (UTC)
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I hope you've paused to consider why people are selling off their futons for cheap on craigslist.

How much you asking for yours?
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From:moof
Date:March 20th, 2003 12:12 am (UTC)
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I'm not asking anything for mine - it's ganky and nasty and is getting thrown out. A lot of people I know sell things off like that for fairly cheap because they need the space/mobility more than the cash; this is the southbay, after all.
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From:fonem
Date:March 20th, 2003 08:15 am (UTC)
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yes, you have to care for futons in a certain way, i have learned. either you have to keep them off the florr so air can circulate under them, roll them up every night like the japanese do, or flip them all the time. they can mildew pretty fast if left in place on the floor.

i have been feeling the same way as robin cook for a long time now...what if gore was president etc. SIGH.

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