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Friday, December 09, 2005

Movie line of the week answer - [12:56 PM]

That's it, I'm renaming this contest 'James Robertson's the winner'. Congratulations James.

The correct answer is...

Please drop by next week and see if you can dethrone Mr. Robertson.
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Thursday, December 08, 2005

Harry Potter, dead meat? - [9:50 AM]

Harry Potter, year fiveHPANA: "Such is the case when 'Harry Potter' narrator Jim Dale expressed his opinion that author JK Rowling would kill Harry off in the last book." - I think the writing is on the wall. In the end Harry Potter is toast, or is he? Could he conquer Voldemort and become the next dark lord? Could his hate for Voldemort drive him to become the very thing he's fought all his life?

It could happen.
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Movie line of the week - [9:41 AM]

And.... ACTION!Good morning hard core movie liners.

Are you ready? Let's get started.

Actor #1: My family's not for sale, pal.
Actor #2: I'll pay you $250,000!
Actor #1: Welcome home, son.

Ok, quick, what movie! Send your guesses here.
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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

Mukilteo Coffee Roasters - [4:29 PM]

I absolutely love these guys!

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Espresso on the mind - [9:33 AM]

I love coffee. Each, and every, morning for the past ten years I've pulled shots and steamed milk so Kim and I can have mochas. About five years ago we invested in a Starbucks Barista. It's been very reliable, up until Saturday, so Kim purchased an el-cheapo Mr. Coffee espresso machine to get us through the repair on our Barista. I used it for the first time this morning and the resulting drinks wern't half-bad, they wern't half-good either, but they'll suffice until we can repair the good one.

Strange how everything is falling apart all at once. First our laptop dies, then our espresso machine. Hopefully Starbucks will be able to recommend a fix, or at least repair it for less than an arm and a leg like the Hewlett-Packard people want to repair our laptop.
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