The rules are as follows:
- Pick up the book you are reading,
- turn to page 123,
- post on your blog the fifth paragraph,
- put title and author of book,
- post it on your blog of course, and
- tag five others.
Warcraft: The Last Guardian
Written by Jeff Grubb.
Yet Sargeras staggered under the blow, taking a half-step backward and dropping his huge spear.
I did this "photo shoot" for Opera a couple of weeks ago. And I'm not a model or anything, so at first I didn't know what this was about. I knew it was for the Desktop browser, and they needed some pictures for their product line, but I wasn't sure when this was gonna go live (or even if they were gonna use 'em!). But apparently they did ... this week .
I jumped when I saw the installation screen for the Opera 9.20 beta (Yes, I'm the geek to the right on that picture!). I thought: "Holy Cra*!? What's this?". Guess the view is better when seen straight from the front (silly pic - yes I know). Or is it?
The good thing is that My Opera is seen on the monitor (I'm there as well - sitting on a chair if you look real close) .
I just got a Batman Keychain! It's so cool, and it's my new favorite thing .
I've seen a lot of cool (useless) stuff on peoples keychains, and I think it's awesome. I also got a Mr.T talking keychain, but it's to big to fit in my back pocket. I just have it lying around at my office, and every time someone comes to
visit bug me they always have to click on the buttons. Guess how many times I've heard:
Button 1: "I Pity The Fool"
Button 2: "Don't Gimme No Back Talk, Sucka"
Button 3: "Quit Your Jibba Jabba"
Button 4: "Don't Make Me Mad."
Button 5: "First Name Mister, Middle Name Period, Last Name T"
Button 6: "Shut Up, Fool!"
Do you wear a keychain, and do you have anything cool on it? Let me know!