atomic_fungus (atomic_fungus) wrote,
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atomic_fungus

#2449: Still not up to blogging politics

...had five tabs, pared it down to two, then closed them: not interested.

Since this dump's editorial policy is decided entirely by me, F it.

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I finished the funeral-related errands I had for today: get the dry cleaning, take garments and jewelry to the funeral home, confirm Mom's SSI number, and take a picture there for the person who's doing the hair and makeup.

I was trying to print a copy of the picture we wanted to use--I scanned it and saved it on my PC to e-mail to my Filipina ex-fiancee in 2007--but my inkjet decided to be out of ink (see below). Fortunately my sister (who arrived last night) remembered where the hardcopy of the picture was, so I took that instead.

Now all I need to do is a minor bit of grocery shopping. No problem.

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The inkjet decided to be out of ink--naturally--because I inadvertently triggered the printer's "critical need detector":



Every piece of hardware and software which is not mil-spec (and, in fact, some which are) has one. It will always go off when you least expect it and most need it.

*sigh*

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So last night I was telling my brother-in-law about Asobi ni Iku Yo! and the size of Eris' bounteous pontoons, and then he mentioned Power Girl as having the largest set of cans in all of comic-dom.

...I just did a Google image search. I ain't impressed.

Rushuna is bigger.

Mizuki is ludicrously bigger.

Maybe Power Girl has the biggest boobs in all of American comics? That might be so. I did a quick check of Vampirella and Lady Death (both of the "she's evil and wears string and is obviously and massively mammalian" genre) and they're about the same size as Power Girl.

Oh well.

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...and Christmas Eve is a bit more than a week away. *sigh*
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