Wednesday, April 18, 2007


This post goes out to G-man and all of the other WOW players our there! FOR THE HORDE!!!

Saturday, April 14, 2007

Ketchup, Part I

Hello, fellow readers! I have returned from the frigid region of Lake Tahoe with many a tale to tell. So many, in fact, that I have to break this post into two parts, namely, Ketchup parts I and II. This name is appropriate because this is a big catch-up to the always krazy, sometimes krappy, going-ons of my life. To organize all this krap, I have chosen to use a bulleted list. So, here goes Ketchup, Part I.

  • Spam Mail
    Most people don't bother to look at their spam mail. I usually don't even have to see it in my inbox, because Gmail's excellent spam filter tucks it away in the aptly titled "Spam" folder. But on occasion a clever one sneaks past this filter and into my inbox. I recieved one such email recently. Here is the unabridged message with the juicy parts in italics:

    Acquire a whopping lower on your Meds-RX

    reputable varieties, elite quality.

    humongous disversification, including Hard to find drugs
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    Just type www [.] pillking [dot] org
    in Your IE

    But Uncle Henry and Aunt Em need me to help them, she added, so I can't ever be very long away from the farm in KansasBut he resolved to be brave, whatever happened, so he stumbled along after the savages without a wordThe relative risks and confidence intervals available with all current evidence do not point to a potential benefit overall or in specific subgroups of patients Furthermore assessment of efficacy among subgroups such as patients with P aeruginosa infections probably requires an unachievable number of patients treated empirically at the time benefit of antibiotic treatment is most evident

    What it lacks in basic grammar and mechanics, it makes up for with a decent thesaurus. Where else can you get words like "disversification"?

    Have you ever craved the ability to follow someone every moment of their life? Me neither. That is, until I saw Justin is wearing a live broadcasting camera on his head 24/7. You can watch him do interesting things, like sleeping, waking up at 1:00 pm, partying, and going to bed at 2:00 am. I don't know why I like to watch this krap, but I am not alone. His website hits are probably somewhere in the millions. I wish we had hits like that.

  • Briefly: Boarding
    As mentioned earlier, I just returned from Lake Tahoe where I attempted to snowboard yet again. If you must see, here is a video.

Well, that's it for Ketchup Part I. Stay tuned for Part II which will feature another edition of Kael Reviews, and, as always, some more krazy krap.

Sunday, April 8, 2007

Happy Easter!

I suppose I'm obligated to make a post wishing you all a happy Easter. So, Happy Easter!