April 08, 2005
That's Mah Bannah
Heh. That phrase is never gonna get old. Long live Krusta!
About the banner change. Yes, there's been a banner change. Didn't notice it, did you? Look up there at the top of the page, in the black image that says "highwaygirl." Underneath that. That's what is new.
I was talking to RandomBen last night (on the phone, no less - and he is mean because he wouldn't explain the significance of all the bells and whistles that I kept hearing in the background), and we got on the subject of how The Military Branch That Will Not Be Named randomly blocked my random little website.
Me: It's not like my site is porn or something.
RandomBen: It's ... intellectual porn.
I thought that statement was both a.) wildly flattering, and b.) way cool (man). And since this site exists purely for my own amusement, I decided that from now on, I will randomly (there's that word again) rotate different things my friends have said into the banner. Funny things, poignant things, wry things, and smartass things - they're all fair game.
Don't worry, I won't embarrass any of you.
Posted by Highwaygirl on April 8, 2005 06:43 AM
to the category Geek Love
I would be happy to oblige, and be your nice friend to explain all the bells and whistles. Next time we talk on the phone I shall do so.
I'm surprised that you chose to not reveal the military branch that blocked your site, especially since you mentioned the Navy before in relation to other things. :)
I just didn't want to talk down about the Navy too much. Out of respect for the three of you, of course.
I'm eagerly awaiting the explanation of the bells and whistles. Thanks for offering to do so, Joseph.
*glares at Ben, mockingly*
I take that back - the Navy is stupid again. It's returning my e-mail to you as undeliverable, Joe. *resending to gmail*
Any explanation of the bells and whistles would be in direct violation of national security.
Joe will not be around much longer since he will soon be detained indefinatly in South Africa by an acronymn.
He won't be tortured -- much.
I would enjoy being detained in South Africa, actually. I've read some good things about it lately, and I have never been there. :)
And now Eric comes through with an actual link to the bells and whistles, so the rest of you mere mortals can enjoy them as well.