Oct. 27th, 2013 08:49 am
omteddy2006: (Baby Blues)
I seem to have missed my one year anniversary of not posting anything on LJ. I am beginning to wonder who is still here...

I can't even seem to remember to SPAM.

And, my 100 posts about nothing icon has disappeared...

omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
your wine choice is based on which bottle has a screw cap.
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
you reach to pick something up off of the floor under the dining room table and the first thing that pops into your head is, "This had better be a raisin."
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
Now, I am really confused about my digital assets. Have I already written my own digital obituary via facebook? If so, then I just need one of you to date stamp the last day of my non-cyber-self and we're good.

Is Facebook Changing Our Identity?

The facebook statistics are staggering. And, having posted twice in one day, I need to go take a nap.
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
I've never really thought of this journal as a digital asset. I haven't really thought of this issue at all which is why I am sharing it with you. Have you created a "digital estate plan" yet?

Who Will Control Your "Digital Estate" Once You Are Gone?

Dibs on [livejournal.com profile] spectralis's food photos.
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
I was watching a show on the History Channel the other day and it occurred to me that I had made a possible error in career choices. I should have been a volcanologist. They make $35,000 to $90,000 a year. There's a very good chance I could have lived in Hawaii. And, I would have had some kick-ass business cards.

Slightly bored Dude: What do you do, Ms. OMT2K?

Me: I'm a volcanologist. Here's my card.

Suddenly interested Dude: Wow! I've never met a volcanologist before. *That's hot*

In thinking of this post, it also occurred to me that I could have probably chosen 100 regrets in my life as a topic. Some of them may have been past restaurant orders or fashion faux pas, but I could have listed 100 easily. (See icon.)
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
I knew there was a valid excuse for my procrastination out there somewhere. I found it this morning. Thank you, Snoopy.

omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
I haven't posted a 100-Things entry since May 31 and it occurs to me that it is hard to think of Nothing when your life is full of too many Somethings.

I'm considering making a list of criteria for outings. If a certain activity doesn't meet the criteria, then we just stay home. I need time to think... of nothing.
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
Is time really linear? Because...this month seemed to be a singular point. As in "gone in the blink of an eye." I guess it could be argued that a single point is essentially the shortest line possible, but anyone making that argument would be seen as annoying (and rightly so).

Next entry: Why I like to make up words and the importance of dictionaries!
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
Since I am blogging about nothing, I figure my announcement to blog about nothing (which is characteristically late and out of order) counts.

omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
I received an e-mail from my mother-in-law this morning. It was a forwarded e-mail sent from her iphone with the subject line "Thinking of you." It began with a biblical quote and the salutation "Dear Woman of God" and ended with the instructions, 

Now you're on the clock Tell nine sisters you love them, including me. Get going girl!  Do not ask the Lord to guide your footsteps if you are not willing to move your feet.

MIL had forwarded it to nine people as instructed. I was the ninth on the list.

Yes. Yes, I can see how you were thinking of me (and in what order).


Please comment if you feel the same as me on these things. I think I've made myself perfectly clear in the space between the lines. Note the amount of space between the lines. :P
omteddy2006: (Seinfeld pastrami)
Webster's dictionary defines "sauce" as "a flavorful liquid dressing or relish for food." So why did I think anything that came in powder form to which you just added water and stirred continuously would be acceptable?

Second clue I should have heeded: It was a vegan alfredo sauce.

No. Not right. Not good at all...
omteddy2006: (Much)
Happy Birthday, [livejournal.com profile] robinfanatic !

For your birthday, I am going to the dentist...with a four-year-old so your day is BOUND to be better than mine! LOL!

Hope you have a fabulous day and that everyone treats you right!
omteddy2006: (Default)
Title: What's So New About York?
Rating: G
Word Count: 1,000
Characters: Vaizey, the sheriff of Nottingham; Jerry, Elaine, George, Kramer
Disclaimer: Robin Hood 2006 is owned by the BBC. Seinfeld is owned by Jerry Seinfeld, I think. I own my computer (although it's not paid for just yet...). No copyright infringement is intended and certainly no money is being made.
Author's Note: This was my entry for the Twilight Zone challenge at[livejournal.com profile] hoodland . Write a 1,000 word or less crossover fic involving one character from BBC's Robin Hood in another fandom.

The sheriff clutched his side. The wound inflicted by Guy was gone along with…Nottingham? Where was he?

Read more... )

Guy as Elf

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