Happy New Year. And etc.

By John Scalzi

I enjoy pie.

24 replies on “2008”

Scott@3 says You know, I think I’m going to stick with 2007. I’m comfortable with it, it functions pretty well, and I just don’t see the need to upgrade at this time.”

Good luck with that one Scott. Let me know how it works out.

For everyone else, Happy New Year!

Sorry Scott, but as you can see:

>>Scott Says:
>>January 1st, 2008 at 1:02 am

It’s an automatic upgrade. And there’s no option to revert to the previous version.

See what product monopoly leads to?! Someone should look into what it would take for a class action lawsuit against time for its anti-competitive practices.

Michael Kranjcevich: still have 90 minutes in Seattle, and oh look, theres that “live” broadcast from New York….


Dick Clark.

One of these things is not like the other.

The cable guide insisted that New Year’s Eve was on ABC here, but it was a lie until almost midnight. Instead it was MASH and then one of those Entertainment news programs.

Good New Year’s themed MASH, though.

I should go to bed now so I can get up tomorrow and write. I want this to be the year of “Be like until the Scalzi. Do the work.”

To you as well, Scalzi. The quadruped I room with is complaining that his new year has begun with a distinct lack of fresh hay–a fact that he’s loudly protesting as I type this. I should probably go fix that before he knocks over his hay feeder.

Here’s hoping you and yours have a happy, safe, fulfilling, and educational twenty-oh-eight.

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