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Epth is a state of mind, not a place. Reading this will give you a virtual drivers license in that state, but you'll still need to be 21 to purchase alcohol. And you can't get any there anyway, so stop asking.

Friday, July 21, 2006


It's the new "obviously." Because 4 syllables is way to much for one word.

You d-bags out there can start using "obvs" now.

BTW, You, dear reader, should be aware that Yahoo is now trying to be all things to all people. They have, a place where people with names like "Molly McCall" and "Gordon Hurd" give out yahoo-link-intensive info on whatever Yahoo thinks is important that day. For example, today there are posts on Comic Cons and a chart comparing and contrasting M. Night Shamalayan and Kevin "Clerks" Smith. Why is Yahoo doing this? To be your one-stop-shop for all information everywhere. They realize Google is the search king, so they want to be the "buzz" king, whatever that is. As always, they will fail.

Also on Yahoo is something called "The 9." It's like a real-live internet TV show (why aren't there more of those in this day and age?) hosted by a hot girl with big teeth. Seriously, you can't stop looking at them -- the teeth, I mean. She's like Rosanna Arquette II: The Tooth-ening. Anyway, she perkily does the same thing that VH1 does with "Web Junk 20," only she's on every day, and she only points out 9 web things. Also, "Web Junk 20" pointed out most of the good stuff 3 months ago. However, I think I love her. Check out her profile and see the secret word, which also was the impetus for this post, obvs.

Her profile is on Yahoo 360, which is a poorly-thought-out combination of myspace and blogger. See? They're trying to be all things to all people. Thankfully, Yahoo 360 will also fail.

Other adverbs soon to be truncated in an effort to sound cool:

Totally = "tot" (pronounced with long "o," like "tote")
Hopefully = "hopf"
Terribly = "trb"

Our children will one day speak in a very lazy code.


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