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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Almost there!

This time tomorrow I'll be trying to put the finishing touches on work so I can get the hell to the airport!

Woot! This is going to be the longest vacation I've had in more than 2 and a half years. It's going to be awesome.

and it might even give me some things to write about :) Ah sweet sweet vanity blogging :P

1 day13 hours or 37 hours!!! Yay!!

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Countdown & Chart

8 days
17 hours
32 minutes


Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Re: Countdown

> 10 sleeps (less one 'cause you know I won't sleep on the plane)
> 8 workdays
> 1 weekend
> 9 days
> 17 hours
> 28 minutes -ish

Best Part? I just found out that the google spreadsheets thing that
I've been using to do my countdown was using pacific time! So that's a
bonus 2 hours closer to seeing her! w00t! (as the kids say)

13997 minutes and counting.....

Monday, December 04, 2006


12 sleeps

9.5 workdays
1 weekend

11 days
17 hours
16 minutes -ish

Friday, December 01, 2006

Hell Fructose Corn Syrup

So I stumbled across this high quality post about the devil today.

Manufactured food scares me so much these days. Maybe it's that as a researcher I have to read about it all the time or maybe it's just because I have a habit of reading the ingredients on everything (just in case they have something like Diacetyl tartaric acid ester of mono-diglycerides. I memorized that off of a can of non-dairy dessert topping about 3 years ago. I only later figured out that diacetyl-morphine is the chemical name for heroin. And of course that explained why it gave a few people headaches*. (Heroin is simply morphine that has been chemically altered to get past the blood-brain barrier more easily, thus smaller quantities need to be smuggled and sold for the same net high/street value.))

Ummm back to the topic at hand....

oh yeah HFCS is bad. Go read this drunken sherpa's blog for more about why.

back to work!

* Discalimer: My chemistry/neurochemistry knowledge is no where near good enough to actually guarantee that the "Diacetyl" in both cases is working/bonded/whatever the same way. But it does seem logical to me that it would be. Please feel free to correct me if you feel that you might know more.

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