Anyway, I watched A Midnight Clear last week, and again earlier this week. Last night and tonight were devoted to a long expository video by Robert Thurman on Tibetan history and culture. Enlightening sure, but not exactly light entertainment. Tomorrow I’ll watch the final dvd in my possession right now, The Sand Pebbles. If I don’t get anything in Monday’s mail, I guess it’s time to pay a visit to my local video store, 3V’s. I got a hankering to watch The Two Towers or something like that.
I downloaded Mozilla Firebird 0.7 tonight. It’s a nice browser, and a serious contender for my default browser. I’ve been using the full Mozilla distribution for over a year now, but I must admit it is big, often slow, and chock full of things I don’t need like email, html editing and a chat client. Firebird is lean and mean, and after a bit of a hassle installing plug-ins, I like it a great deal. I’ll be taking it for a test drive this week and we’ll see if I switch.
Will it ever stop raining on Guam?? I am sick of rain, I am sick of soggy ground, and I am sick of cloudy skies!!
Guam’s non-voting delegate to Congress is visiting Iraq as part of a Conressional tour. Boy, one look at her helmet-hair ought to spark a riot in downtown Baghdad. It is certainly an offense to God and man.