Tuesday, 30 September 2003

Make Comment!

This whole thing where I write and write and write and you, like, don't comment, saddens me. Especially after everybody was all like "Make blog! Do it, or we will hate you."

If I'm making the effort to post all this stuff, you all get off your lazy butts and comment. Even if it's to say, "Screw you, Uhlman! We'll comment when you start speaking substantial things!", or "We hate you, Uhlman! Nobody likes you!"

Heh. As I was typing that, I remembered my social worker from elementary school. So the story goes that, in my later years at Newcombville Elementary, I had a decided predisposition to spending my noon hours with one or two friends or the teacher on duty. Deciding that my lack of social interaction was not healthy, my teacher recommended that I see a social worker, who placed me in a group with a number of other socially isolated youth from around the area.

As I recalled those old times, and thought ahead to now and the crazy psycho I've become, I wonder why they didn't do a better job so I could actually fit in with people and be less... psycho. ;-)

In other news, I got back my Architecture midterm. Perhaps you recall - it was the one of much reamage, discussed in a previous entry. I passed! A small miracle as far as I'm concerned; miracle or not, though, it has occured. Other than that, I'm spending tonight cooped up at the User Support Centre covering Nancy's shift, because she's not feeling well. Feel better soon! Please?







9 comments:

  1. Screw you, Uhlman! We'll start commenting when you start speaking substantial things!

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  2. Yeah! We hate you, Uhlman! Nobody likes you!

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  3. See? Was that so hard?

    I love you all too. :-D

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  4. Damn, bitch!
    you need to slow ya roll!

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  5. Then obviously you need to use a real browser like Internet Explorer. Or Netscape 4.

    ...

    :-D

    ...you totally can't say that with a straight face. Seriously, though, aren't height and width deprecated attributes?

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  6. Not entirely sure. I'm not up on my W3C standards.

    Seeing as your page lists itself as XHTML 1.0 Transitional you can get away with it.
    I know that height isn't one of the 70+ errors I'm currently getting from my page.

    (Did you know that if you have an & in a URI it pops up as an error with the validator? I want to know how I refer to those addresses that need them without using it.)

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  7. Interesting... Browsing through the W3C site and I found out that you do use & to refer to & in URIs.

    I never knew that...

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