Thursday, September 21, 2006

Your Thursday Morning News Update

Posted By on Thu, Sep 21, 2006 at 9:59 AM

The space shuttle is home. (YAY!) Richard Branson has pledged $3 billion to combat global warming. (YAY!) Although he looks like a douche in this picture. (YAY!—um, oops.) But on a brighter note, school's getting a hell of a lot more interesting for some students in this country.

Meanwhile, I have this list of things I need to do today. I made it yesterday, and it had 10 things on it. I've been here for more than hour now, and it now has 12 things on it. (I've been busy doing little crap—answering e-mails, etc.—that was not on the list, and while doing it, I've realized a couple other things I need to do.) Isn't that just depressing?

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