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Thu, Jan. 1st, 2004 05:02 pm
A New Year and a Rare Sight

Well, this is officially my first post for this year. So far, it's started out pretty interesting. Even if I hadn't taken a look out side, I could've already known that it's been snowing big time here in Portland just from looking and my friends page, which is loaded with the word "SNOW!!!". As it stands, it looks like about an inch and a half outside in Beaverton, but most of Portland is reporting about four inches. For a city that averages about four days of snow a year and rarely ever sticks, this is equivalent to a blizzard. Most people are staying off the roads to avoid this weird white substance that doesn't quite resemble rain at all. :P

Anyway, the snow is expected to last over the weekend and should make going anywhere a bit of a hassle. So, it might mean that I'm not going to be able to do my bouncer job on Friday night. Of course, considering that Connie and Mariano live up in Mountain Park, it's unlikely that they'll complain. They had about four inches when it snowed on Tuesday while Portland didn't get much more than a half an inch which only stuck around for a little while, just to give a comparison.

Things are looking good though. I'm going to go see Return of the King again with kawaiipunkd sometime before I head back to Warner Pacific. Speaking of which, I'm allowed to move back into my dorm on the 10th, which will be nice. I appreciate my full size bed here at home, but I'm not too keen about the isolation that comes with this part of town. I still have to work on things for my incomplete, but otherwise I'm doing okay. Luckily, I've not come down with major allergies like I did over Thanksgiving break... not that I'm allergy free now.

This is kind of random, but my OverClocked Remix mp3 list has grown to a huge (for my computer) 386 mixes (hehe... good 'ole 386's... brings back memories of the days when 256 colors was a kickass video card and the "brand new" Pentium was the big thing :P ...). Anyway, my OCR mixes take up about 1.5 GB of space and since I only have 5 GB, with both hard drives combined, it's no wonder why I don't have any space left on my computer anymore.

Current Mood: bored bored
Current Music: "Ryo's Renshuu" -mutagene

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Elle
Thu, Jan. 1st, 2004 05:28 pm (UTC)

I have a quater of OCR on CDs, and the rest I just download when I need them. I love that site^^


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Kenneth Edward Keyn
Thu, Jan. 1st, 2004 05:33 pm (UTC)

I've been trying to burn a couple mp3 disks, but my only cd burner is in my brother's computer, and I can't burn over a network, so I have to transfer all of them to his computer, which is not a fun process... needless to say, I've yet to burn them.

Plus, my cd-rom is dying and won't open without a struggle (literal struggle with the cd tray) and I like to listen to them too much to want to delete them off my computer...


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Elle
Thu, Jan. 1st, 2004 05:45 pm (UTC)

There are a few tunes which warrant 'permenant' status for me^^ It depends on whether they're seasonal or not really....


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