Rory: Then I spent about 40 minutes cleaning out my hard drive -- you will not believe the amount of junk that accumulates. Old files - things I downloaded but never opened, it really slows down your CPU [...] Then, all of the sudden, I looked down and saw all this hair and dust between the keys of my keyboard.
Lorelai: So naturally, you cleaned out your keyboard
Rory: Yes, and let me tell you. It was a strangely satisfying experience.
This was a quote from Gilmore Girls last night. And with that quote, I am more convinced that Amy Shermen Palladino somehow got into my head and stole parts of me to put on that show...
Posted by Serene Chaos at 6:17:00 PM
Sunday, February 16, 2003
Finally! I've been saying for a long time, the one thing left to be invented is an inflatable Church
Posted by Serene Chaos at 4:18:00 PM
The Tower of Hanoi
was a puzzle that my psychology teacher assigned for us to do. I don't know why exactly, I think it was so that we could see how we figured stuff out. And, I figured it out! There is some type of algorithmic formula that can be used to solve this puzzle. I must have figured it out, because I am able to solve the puzzle in the fewest number of moves possible (or pretty close to the fewest number of moves for the higher levels - I get confused sometimes).
Posted by Serene Chaos at 12:54:00 PM
Sometimes I wish I could be someone else. Just for a day or two. Just to see what it would be like.
Posted by Serene Chaos at 12:43:00 AM
I love that I can hear the train from my house. I live several small blocks away from the train. But, at night or in the summer, I can hear it when a train goes by. I can feel it. If I'm leaning against the wall in my room, reading, I can feel the entire house rumbling. And it's such a connected feeling. I seem as if everything is a part of something else. And I get that all from the train just rolling noisily past the station several blocks away.
Posted by Serene Chaos at 12:16:00 AM