Wednesday, September 28, 2005

24 'Elul 5765/28 September 2005: Feed the Vampires Day

Greetings.

Rupert and the gang have asked me to try to influence the content of the advertising so it isn’t so stupid and boring. Here goes their suggestion: Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. Hippo. I doubt that Google AdSense has ads for anything particularly hippopotamus-related, but I figure it’s worth a try.

Current mood: Feeling like falling over due to disturbed sleep due to penitential prayers being scheduled at weird hours, and unhappy with being somewhat damp from the stormy and wet weather outside combined with inappropriate air-conditioning. And I'm scheduled to give blood in about half an hour. Allegedly a Wednesday which is the 24 of the month is bad for letting blood. (Reference to be posted later when I’m up to looking it up.) Assuming this is correct and I somehow drop dead, I authorize my brother David to break into my computer so that my data can be distributed appropriately for the good of the family, the Jewish people, and humankind in general. My passwords are stored in a place General Steele would find appropriate.

Today’s weird thing is the dbacl project homepage, which is dedicated to the question of whether a Bayesian spam filter can play chess. (I cannot make stuff like this up.) Enjoy.

Aaron
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