January 3rd, 2008

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Posted by Mahjong The Wisest
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commercials that rtqp likes, but still has snarky comments for

  1. microsoft, "not everything works like microsoft sync (t) (rm)": funny. very well done. however, i cannot say the same of your software.
  2. i forget, "i'm gonna have to block you.": i like these commercials, but i am of the age where no one cares what i watch. or say.
  3. geico, "real actor: joan rivers": very funny bit of improv-esque comedly. it does not put me in the mood to buy insurance.
  4. comcast, "trying to interact with your tv": i laughed. very clever. however, your ham-handed, pork-fisted "business visions" are not suddenly waved away as if the commercial were a magic wand. my internets has gradually gone down in speed/quality, while skyrocketing up in price. on average, the company has changed hands every 2-4 years, in a byzantine series of mergers, buyouts, and "failures of enthusiasm" that will forevermore be studied by harvard business students being groomed to fail so spectacularly. please, just give me a guaranteed, all the time, not messed-around-with level of bandwidth, and stop trying to police what people do with it. stop fucking about. i would have already switched to verizon, buy my opinion of them is even lower... though you certainly give them a run for the money.
  5. netflix: i pirate movies lol


Posted by Reverend Tedward Q. Porktanker
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DEPARTMENT MAIL

The skies are gray. The demands of research loom large. But there ishope: with the new year comes the potential for new beginnings... and anew mustache!

Yes, once again this year our department will celebrate March MustacheMadness, the annual event in which students, faculty, and staff growmustaches (or ask Matt Post for a stick-on mustache) to herald the startof spring.

You may be thinking "why should I grow a mustache?". The challenge,however, is to ask yourself "why not?". Why not start growing a beardtoday to keep your face warm during these cold, cold days? Why not shaveit down to a mustache on or before March 1st, in a bold and defiantchallenge to the long Purgatory winter? Why not be a part of the mostexciting event that will take place in the grad lounge on the first day ofMarch? And, should genetics or circumstances prevent you from growing amustache of your own, then why not ask Mike for a stick-on that youcan wear with pride on the first day of March?

If you are interested in participating, please take a look at thedepartment wiki from time to time, as more information will appear in thenext few days. On January 7th, we'll be unveiling this year'scommunity-oriented mustache activity via the wiki. Don't miss it! Untilthen, don't forget to look at pictures from last year and to think abouthow much joy it will bring to be a part of this year's March MustacheMadness!


** note: since March 1st falls on a Saturday, the official Mustacheunveiling and party will take place on March 3rd **

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