At first, I wanted to write about my amazing new computer. This guy (or close enough):
Then, I thought I'd write something topical about the Olympics. Especially about the cute curling women.
I also thought maybe I should write about the doubles-luge, which is basically just like a singles-luge, only you put another tight-wearing dude lying down on top of the first guy. Maybe it's more difficult because it's harder to concentrate flying around while you're wearing tights and another dude is lying on top of you.
Then the CPAC happened, and I thought it would be fun to mention how they booed the guy who thanked the organizers for inviting GOPride to sponsor the event, and how they booed the guy who condemned the organizers for inviting GOPride, and how they booed the results of their own poll vote because Ron Paul won, and if we've learned anything from the violent Town Hall meetings, it's that Republicans think that the louder they boo, the more valid their points become.
And I thought that maybe I should write about how I still have so much to do here before What's-Her-Name comes, and how overwhelming it's getting now that we're getting into the "Any day" period. And thank God for these things, So Say We All:
this post is more important. Because although it doesn't prove there is a God or a bunch of Gods, it does prove that sometimes good things happen to good people.
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