[person] (12:31:06 AM): *sigh* boys are stupid, joycie.
jfclapp (12:31:13 AM): ayeup.
jfclapp (12:31:17 AM): and girls are insane.
[person] (12:31:21 AM): and that wouldn't be so bad if they did it on purpose.
[person] (12:31:25 AM): the boys, i mean.
jfclapp (12:31:26 AM): which leaves us where? :]
jfclapp (12:31:29 AM): hehe
[person] (12:31:46 AM): standing smack in front of Babes in Toyland.
[person] (12:31:50 AM): er. Toys in Babeland.
[person] (12:31:52 AM): whatever.
jfclapp (12:31:58 AM): *giggles*
[person] (12:32:00 AM): the vibrator shop. You know the one.
jfclapp (12:32:16 AM): teehee.
you know, i don't use filters much these days, because it seems like every time i do, it breaks, and someone sees something they weren't supposed to. i go back, i check the entry and i check the folks in the filter, and i still get comments from people who shouldn't have seen something. is anyone else having that problem?
due to the fact that i couldn't get to sleep until long after one last night, and i woke up before 6:30 this morning and couldn't get back to sleep, i have the headache from hell. ibuprofen, food, and liberal amounts of caffiene aren't doing anything for it.
so, can anyone recommend a reasonable place to order checks from online? i'm going to need new checks when we move, and don't really want to pay what the bank's going to want.
one last thing, and then i need to go staring down the metro access contract some more, whee. that bitch will get done soon.
i don't use filters very often anymore, partly because the damned things keep breaking (though at least i know why now) and partly because 99% of what i post, if you're on my friends list, i don't care if you see it. that being said, i do have a girls-only filter, as we all know. most of the time, if i dump something to that, it's either because it's discussing girly bits stuff that a lot of guys don't want to hear about (however, i don't post about that kind of stuff very much. i tend to bitch about it to whoever happens to be handy and in person, male or female), or it concerns a guy that happens to be on my friends list that i don't particularly care to see that post. not that i ever stick names in anything anymore, anyhow, save a couple of ex's, and one of those gets referred to as "the ex from hell" and not by name 90% of the time, anyhow.
the point is, if you're a guy, you're not missing anything. it's not that i wouldn't want some of the other guys on my friends list to the things i post, it's a conveience thing on my end, since i already have too many damned filters and refuse to keep building new ones to leave out specific people. for anywhile, i would painfully make a filter that specifically left out say, an ex or whatever, but that got annoying and silly. it's not meant to be sexist; it's me being out and out lazy.
so yea. that's that.
does anyone who uses yahoo mail know how to make it do any other kind of quoting other than the stupid blue line down the side? yea, i can view the HTML, kill the blockquote, and add in > 's by hand, but that greatly ups the pain-in-the-assedness of answering email. i looked all over the options and couldn't find anything.
so, for anyone who doesn't know Heather or Ginger, even though i'm not sure there is anyone...
we're moving. meet 10 am, at GZ v1.0, on Saturday. we're hoping to do this in one load and get it over with. unloading will be in Bellevue at the new place. there will be food after. if you need address info / directions / bus info, email or comment. any and all help will be greatly, greatly appreciated.
yay for Ari's, for they take me to IHOP, make me eat, even when i think i have no appetite, make me laugh, and give hugs.