I’ve slacked on this and everything else here but this is pretty classic.
via These Are Things
Browsing the interweb I came across this incredibly useful setup. I finally installed my Windows 7 disc after being tired of the RC shutting down every 2 hours and the biggest reason I lagged on doing it is because I HATE having to reinstall all the applications that I once had. This makes it flippin’ easy.
With just a few clicks you can install any of the apps below without having to click through each installation wizard.
Office (2007 Trial)
Since October I’ve done nothing but get lazy and floppy. I’ve decided the first step to get back in to a more active lifestyle is to drop fast food. The worst part will be the lack of french fries. Weight loss isn’t a goal, I haven’t gained weight since I’ve stopped doing things; I just wobble a lot more when I move.
My brain tells me I should feel more energetic, alert, sleep better and better luck with my digestion. Since I’m sure no one on Facebook wants to read updates about how bad I want a curly fry so I’ll share it here, where the few that care to visit this black hole can stayed newsed.
I will be cutting out fried foods and as much fast food as possible – I say that because Subway is fast food but if I can’t eat sandwiches I don’t know what the hell I can eat. There will be no soda but you will have to pry my sugar free energy drinks from my cold dead hands. 30 days should be long enough for me to not crave rehydrated processed chicken nuggets.
June 11th I will get a double double with grilled onions, no tomatoes, an order of fries and a chocolate shake from In & Out. At that point I should be able to control my burger fixes.
“I’m not saying we should kill all the stupid people in the world, I’m just saying we should remove the warning labels from everything and let the problem take care of itself.”