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Georgia's poll tax

And um... holy crap! I thought this kind of stuff would of been over years ago, but apparently not.

Posted on 12 September, 2005 | Post Page |
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Site crap

I think I've settled in on the final look for I.A.I.. No graphics except for the NavBar and whatever I put in my posts. I've heard that leaving the NavBar causes the site to not be valid XHTML 1.0., but I have no idea what that means. I got rid of that weird tattoo thing in the upper left. The only reason it survived this long is that I didn't know how to remove it. Individual categories are now liked to on the main page, so they are actually useful. Same with archive, which I update manually. I think it;s better the way I do it, but whatever.

All I have to say is that I'm kinda proud that I took this and turned it into the thing you are looking at right now through pure fiddling. I have no experience with html, css, xml, xhtml, cxml, pearl, js, glgl, MySql ajax or whatever other acronym is in use right now. That's less a good thing about me and more the fact that that services like blogger make everything so damn easy. Scratch that. They make everything physically passable and then I can make everything work through pure too much time on my hands. The site is exactly how I want it, though.

Anyway, I'll probably change everything by next week. Just a warning.

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9/11

Today is weird for many reasons. For example, it the anniversary of the greatest day of my parents life, their wedding. And the anniversary of one of the darkest days in American history. Even though the horror of the day we are remembering has been eclipsed a greater horror who's wounds are still fresh, that is not to say that 9/11 is irrelevant (nonexistent people who don't care about 9/11: you should!).

Anyway, my thought now are drifting to that day four years ago. I didn't know what was going on until after school, but I had a feeling. Some kid in my school ran through the hallways during passing periods singing, "We're all gonna die, We're all gonna die..." in a sarcastic manner. What a jerk.

Anyway, my thoughts and prayers are with the victims of both tragedies. May you find peace.

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Posted on 11 September, 2005 | Post Page |
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