2 Week Lockdown

Okay, okay. I found out today that Csoft has, in fact, compiled our web
server with PHP4, so potentially, I could spend tonight and tomorrow
hacking away to add some rudimentry session handling stuff.

However, I honestly have no effort to do this right now – Kate gets here
on Saturday, and honestly, I’d like to get in the mindset of
“girlfriend” rather than “code” (and I’m sure she would like me to not
be talking about computer issues), so I’m officially locking down my
page from now until I get back from her house on the 11th.

However, there’s a small issue of my 14 day news script, and this post
disappearing before I get back, SO the date has been set forward to
Sunday. Just lest you were wondering.

Final updates before the lock down are a couple things on the calendar,
and the last Quotefile entries of the year, including the Emily Kishel
Classic at Kayuga. Quotefile will be moving to a database format over
the summer, by the way.

See you all in 2 weeks, and feel free to drop me an email at my usual
addresses. I will be checking mail every now and then.

Can’t Beat That With a Stick

So late last night, I got a message from an old friend of mine, and it
turns out that Anti-social.com is alive again. That brings me back.

Also, over on utterer.com we have a unique Daikatana Anti-Petition. This probably means very little to almost all of you.

Finally, by this time tomorrow I will be starting to move my things out
and home; so expect content updates to be a little more sporatic over
the next few months.

Movie Review: Death Race 2000

(Note: In an effort to do more content, anything vaguely interesting I see/hear/play/go to will now get a review. I know you’re excited.)

Death Race 2000 (1975) stars David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone. It was made on a $300,000 budget. The concept is that in the year 2000, there is a transcontinental race where points are awarded for the more pedestrians you kill.

It sounds bad because it is. It was terrible. From the indescribable
soundtrack, to the cheesy lines (“A lot of people think you’re cute, but I just think you’re a big baked potato.”), to the numerous continuity errors, to the traps straight out of a Road Runner cartoon, this movie is terrible.

It’s also the funniest movie I’ve seen in the past year. I almost pissed
myself with laughter. Big thumbs up for nothing more than its pure
cheesiness.