Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Because Everyone Ought To Make One Of These From Time To Time

A list of things which are making me happy right now:

New Doctor Who.

Getting enough sleep.

Mornings coming at the end of my day, where I'm able to properly appreciate them.


Being able to enjoy spring, rather than suffering miserably through it. (Thank you, drugs!)

Hardcore nerd rock.

The wonderfulness that is Robert Culp in The Greatest American Hero. (And the fact that cheesy 80's television is fun.)

Firefox (which I've finally switched over to using on my home PC, and which does not appear to randomly freeze or crash on me the way Netscape did).

Ben and Jerry's Cherry Garcia in low-guilt, low-fat frozen yogurt variety.

Getting more exercise, and actually feeling pretty good about it.


  1. I'm using Firefox too and liking it. It likes your comments better too. However, there are still a few compatibility issues, but no more than Netscape vs internet hell,I mean explorer.

    Yeah on Robert Culp! I now have the theme song to that show in my head.

    I've been trying to exercise too, not too many weeks to get in shape for my trip

  2. One thing I did like about Netscape 8.0 is that it could act like IE if it needed to... Although, personally, I usually figure that anyone who'll make a website that's only compatible with IE probably isn't worth paying attention to, anyway.

    That show has what surely must be the catchiest theme song ever. I think it was stuck in my head for the entirety of the 80's. :)

  3. can I have some of your drugs? *whimper* Now I'm waking up coughing. What a pain in the ass.

  4. Awww. I hate it when the respiratory crap moves into my lungs. I hope yours doesn't hang around as long as mine tends to.

  5. Believe it or not I'm walking on air....

  6. Shut up, you. That earworm does not need more reinforcement. :)

  7. Believe it or not it's just me...

    According to wikipedia, there was a film version being planned. Believe it or not.

  8. There was going to be a spinoff at some point, too, but that never happened, either.