August 21st, 2005

Egon (Ghostbusters)

Mishegas

Yoinked from cookie_girl:

You are Windows 98.  You're a bit flaky, but well-liked.  You don't have a great memory, but everyone seems to know you.  A great person to hang out with and play some games.
Which OS are You?


All right. Now, this is a pretty decent result, with the exception that I absolutely loathed Windows 98. It wasn't a bit flaky, that fucker was toxic. I'd like to think that I'm not considered toxic by my friends.

But if I am, fuck them.


You are .html You are versatile and improving, but you do have your limits.  When you work with amateurs it can get quite ugly.
Which File Extension are You?



Had a good time this weekend with aerolyndt and montyy0. It raises the question what does one do with friends one hasn't seen for a long time? Common practice is to create some sort of event out of it. There is a lot to be said for that as it certainly makes the time memorable. On the other hand, I have to say that just hanging out with people and doing nothing particularly unusual with them yields its own rewards. In a way, I feel that you're sort of maximizing the use of the time with them. Or maybe I'm just flaky like Windows 98...


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I've been playing around on the Wikipedia a lot lately, mostly editing movie-related stuff for accuracy, but I did find myself writing a short bio on David Shire, thus far the only entry that I've created. Given that the Wikipedia is dependent upon insufferable know-it-alls like myself, I've decided that rounding out the film music entries on it will be a minor project of mine. There are some entries that deal with film music, but it is by no means definitive. I don't think I myself could make it definitive, but at least I can make it informative in a topic that I know something about.
Tuco (The Good the Bad & the Ugly)

All right...

Since cookie_girl mentioned to me that I ought to have a profile up on the Wikipedia, I have made one. I'm annoyed that I have several profiles out there, but as waystone has pointed out, I should probably just make one that I can use for everything. I therefore have updated my LJ user info page to match this material, which I had never filled out because I always felt that I was verbose enough not to need one.
  • Current Music
    Bernard Herrmann: The Ghost and Mrs. Muir