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March 19th, 2003

(no subject) @ 04:46 pm

Tea is over and of course, after tea I must write. Hot liquid = creativity.

I got one of the cds today that I have been waiting for. I had planned on giving them negative feedback but juts found out that my cd has been sitting at the Little Rock Post office since the 11th of March. Not their fault I guess. Oh well, I'm listening to the newly ripped tracks and though very techno-ish it's good. Mixed to the techno beat are cool drum loops and world music sounds such as Native American chants etc. It's more of a dance or trance cd, so I might not play it as much on Culture Beat.

I haven't been doing much today. I talked with Amber and she's ready to come and visit me which is good. Hopefully we'll come up with some cool things to do while she's here. We plan on playing with computer stuff and listening to and/or downloading music, should be productive and exciting. We also worked out some things about our friendship and that was good, at least now we are on the same page so to speak.

It's just now started to rain, too bad it's freaking hot in here. I suppose it's either that it is actually hot in here or caused by the fact that I've just had hot tea. This techno doesn't help my atmosphere much, makes me feel like I should be foam dancing or something. Oh well, it's nice.

This evening's plans include going to dinner at a Mexican food place which should be fun and tasty. Hopefully there won't be too much gaseous product, but I'm sure there will be some.

The deadline is now three hours away with battle plans shrowded by classification and secrecy as they should be. The networks keep speculating as to the plans, but time will tell as the bombs start to drop and the ground troops move in. I hope that many Iraqi troops will surrender as is expected. The republican guard will I'm sure hang tough to protect Baghdad, but I know there is an undertone with the general population of anti-Saddam. I'm not a fan of Saddam; neither am I of a war. More later.
 
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Ner's Random Musings on a life of interesting insights

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