The Enemy of the Good (eideteker) wrote,
The Enemy of the Good

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Wait, I already said it. I guess that's all I have to say.

Wait! Just remembered the two things I've been trying to check online despite connection problems being what they are:

1) Boston-visiting. Round-trip is $75. That's the cheapest I've seen (I haven't been able to check much other than Amtrak and Greyhound, stupid Erol's). If I go up with Tom (who's in the area for New Year's) on the 3rd, I can take a bus home one-way for $41. That's still a lot of money.

2) Finally looked up the Samsung Uproar (no link available, thanks, Erol's). I keep thinking about whether or not I want a cel, or whether I'm ready for a cel phone. But I thought, if nothing else, this phone is the phone for me (the guy singing out loud to himself in the commercial is me, fer chrissakes). It's got a lot of what I'm looking for: web, e-mail, an organizer, .mp3s too, oh and a phone. It's also about $400. Shit, that's expensive. That doesn't include any extras (web access, phone plan) I assume, as well. It's the phone for me, if there is such a thing, right? Nice and expensive, like my tastes. I'm a vain motherfucker, I am, if your cel phone indicates anything about your personality. ;)

Also discovered: due to a lack of tomato paste that spaghetti covered in garlic powder and soy sauce is very, very good. I will now eat spaghetti like that often. My mom will find it to be very gross, or at least odd, and that's good enough for me.

Blah blah usual comment about noblah to say but long blah entry anyblah blah. Blah.

Now accepting donations: I need $500 for Christmas so I can buy all this stuff, plus the $2750 I didn't make for this coming semester's tuition, and some pocket change so I can buy people presents.

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