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Stacie Collins' CD "Sometimes You Gotta" is now available, and if you like your country with rock all over it you should get this CD. I personally am getting it for cut #7, which I first heard during her sound check with the Scorchers at the Iota in Arlington last month. If you don't, you are obviously a commie pinko subversive who hates America. ;)

Related but very different: Aaron Static's November 2010 Power Hour is out, and you should download it if you like electronica.

Spent some time yesterday studying for my Intermediate Accounting test while watching The Hurt Locker. Man, that is one hardcore movie. Granted, about 90% of it is bullshit, but it's an entertaining war movie if you're not overly concerned about realism and accuracy. :/

I'm increasingly confident in my ability to bend Block's TPS software to my will. While messed up on Dayquils yesterday morning, I nailed a return to the wall - did it straight from the book to TPS, no runs no drips no errors. So I'm pretty sure I've got this down and will be able to do a bang-up job for most of my friends who may need tax work done.

The Intermediate Accounting test also went well, I think, although I was also on the Dayquils and may be completely wrong - but I don't think I am. One thing I do know: I need to find the manual for my HP calculator and work on getting familiar with PV and FV problems because it's not intuitive and I wound up having to resort to the tables instead of just being able to punch keys. Welp.

Time to shave and head out to Ashburn for wings and face time with P. Aloha.


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Nov. 17th, 2010 06:48 pm (UTC)
hurt locker
Did you think it was biased or neutral?
Nov. 17th, 2010 09:09 pm (UTC)
Re: hurt locker
I'm not really sure how to answer that. I don't think it had the same moronic anti-military slant as all the other Iraq War movies Hollywood has cranked out, but on some level I don't think it was really an Iraq War movie; you could have set the plot in any war from WW2 forward and I think it would have worked just as well.
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