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Monday, December 08, 2008 // 6:34 am

Dear Random Walk-In: No, you cannot have a room for free. I don't care how far you've driven from or how far you have yet to go, if you have no means to pay, you cannot stay here.  This is a hotel.  We require payment prior to the rendering of services.  Your promise to have the mon . . . ()

(2) Embraced the madness. //

Dear People Who Won't Stop Tramping Up and Down the Stairs: No, you cannot use the pool. Why, you ask?  I shall give you two reasons.  First: the pool hours are clearly labelled right by the entrance.  Those hours are fromm 7AM - 11PM. It is now 1AM, which is decidedly not within th . . . ()

Embrace the madness. //

Saturday, September 06, 2008 // 5:32 pm

I have a new job to tide me over until I move to Vegas, which will be sometime after the first of the year.  It's working the front desk at a local hotel, so hopefully it will give me a lot of time to read and maybe get some writing done.  I'll be making next to nothing, since they pay isn . . . ()

(1) Embraced the madness. //

Monday, June 30, 2008 // 12:27 pm

Why do I even try to wade through a national corporation's phone tree?  After five years in the call center industry, I should know better than to "Press One" or "Say which of these options best suits your needs." For those of you who are considering doing trying to naviagate the system, I wou . . . ()

Embrace the madness. //

Thursday, March 27, 2008 // 2:02 am

The same way Windows Vista needs a "Classic View" for its control panel so that those of us who are familiar with computers can actually find what we are looking for, so too does Office. I used their new version for the first time today and spent the next hour and a half feeling like a computer-illi . . . ()

(1) Embraced the madness. //

Friday, February 15, 2008 // 2:42 am

So, of course, one of my favorite bands of the past decade or so is playing in Vegas two weeks *after* I'll be there.  I didn't think to check their tour site because Live was just there back in October.  Ironically enough, their last show was at Mandalay Bay the same week I actually *was* . . . ()

Embrace the madness. //

Tuesday, January 15, 2008 // 9:04 pm

So, yeah, I've been playing a lot of Warcraft lately. Again. Any time the entries here get few and far between or just downright banal in their content, you can bet it's because of Warcraft. I've been rep grinding on my 70 huntress so I can get some gold to finance the exploits of my up-and-coming w . . . ()

(1) Embraced the madness. //

Tuesday, October 23, 2007 // 1:05 pm

My luggage did not. Due to going home with 1 more box than I left with, I ended up having to check the bag with all my clothes, souvenirs and some pretty fancy electronic equipment. My suitcase is still (presumably) in Atlanta. The ticket clerk at the home airport scanned in my half of the barcod . . . ()

(1) Embraced the madness. //