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Let’s Call It A Phoenix Because It’s More Awesome That Way

Joaquin Phoenix with his ridiculous beard, looking a little crazy

A Phoenix

Finally, the fall semester is a soon-to-be-distant memory, with 2010 not far behind. Since I finally have some evenings without homework looming over me (and all my favorite TV shows are on holiday break), blogging is finally back on my radar.

Unfortunately, being on break means I don’t have anything going on and leaves me with a dearth of interesting topics (unless you want to read a bunch of Stargate SG-1 reviews), so I won’t promise timely information. But I can promise that my posts will be profound, in the same way that tautologies are profound. In that spirit, you will either think that my posts are amusing or you’ll find them boring and obtuse, but you’ll mostly find them once a week. (Hint: p ∨ ¬p is a tautology.)

I’ve already come up with some ideas for new posts and even started writing some of them. Here’s a taste of the magical things to come:

  • I will name names and be specific about which professors I loved and which I hated. (But not before they’ve posted grades!)
  • I’ve got an ever-growing list of reasons to expel SAP from the Earth.
  • I accidentally got the password for nearly every database at the University. I’ll tell you how it happened.

Along with political intrigue, code samples, random pictures, and the occasional dip into mania, I have big plans for this blog in 2011. I’ve done the math, and you should expect the number of posts in 2011 to increase over 2010 by ∞%. Coincidentally, this is the same percentage increase in Tea Party-endorsed candidates who won their elections. Therefore, this blog will be as big as the Tea Party. The numbers don’t lie, folks. Strap yourselves in.

Tea Party Candidates versus Jabber Wikaba Posts

You can't argue with graphs

One Comment

  1. Andrew wrote:

    Tea Party, Joaquin Phoenix, and SAP in one post? You have my attention.

    Monday, January 3, 2011 at 4:07 pm | Permalink

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