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I'm kind of upset. I went shopping today; wanted to pick up a datacable for my cellphone (TG5200) so I could upload the pictures I took onto 4chan for... general amusement but fucking no one had the damned cable. And I don't have a car, so that means walking around the whole fucking city going into every electronics store in sight all afternoon. AUUGH!

I also wanted to get Stone of Tears, the next book in the Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, but NOOOOOO NOOO ONE HAS THAT BOOK EITHER. AUUUGUHHHHH. I guess I'll be reading Magician sooner than I had anticipated. Blah.

I did get some stuff though. I saw this book at the store and was like "awesome 300-page hardcover book with lots of pictures for $15?? WIN!" and bought it. Its pretty sweet. Tagno says I'm going to turn into an alcoholic one of these days. What he doesn't know is that I'm already an alcoholic. Hur hur!

Also got some sidewalk chalk (like... 4 huge buckets of it) for tommorrow evening. CAINE, the UVA Anime and Comic club is posting flyers made last night for memberships. I'm not sure why we're posting flyers, because no one reads flyers. People read sidewalk chalk advertisements though -

So yeah. Also, photobucket deleted one of my pictures because it, apparently, violated the terms of service. lolol.

Slice my delicious bread!!!
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Sidewalk chalk is awesome. I never really caught on to the "O RLY?" thing, and still dont know what it is about.

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Ya, 4chan is freaking amazing... and I never really got what the "O RLY" owl was all about either.

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I know the origins of it (a thread on SA forums about minimizing phrases to a few letters), and I've heard that the owl came from the Tootie Pop commercial, "How many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop?", but beyond that I'm not sure.

Upon reviewing such a commercial I have come to the conclusion that the above assumption is incorrect.

The world may never know.

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