Feb. 13th, 2011 04:20 pm
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Have a working phone once more. My mom's old blackberry. This means that I may or may not have your contact info. Feel free to let me know what it is, or just remember not to be offended when I reply to texts/calls with "Who are you?" <3
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It's interesting how 6 degrees life can be.


May. 22nd, 2010 04:11 pm
remadi: (DW Amy amused)
Hello all. Just wanted to let everyone know that I am alive and well in Florida now. I've been enjoying watching Doctor Who episodes with my dad. (We just finished watching the last ep of season 2.)

An F!S to TYFYT:
remadi: (srs bsns)
So apparently it's not just my harddrive that is the problem and I have to get a new computer. Not sure when that will happen. Just wanted to write a quick note to share the news. I'm using my school computers every couple of days to check email and stuff.


Shatner/Pine Kirk (snagged from ONTD_ST)
remadi: (enjoy the moment)
One of the characters in the Korean drama I'm watching just started matter-of-factly explaining how their fans write this thing called fanfic which usually is about a love triangle between him and the other two guys in his idol group.

And then there's a visualization:

On another note, I fared well through the bit of snow we received. (It was fun, but I'm glad this kind of snow isn't a regular occurrence here in DC.) I stayed in Friday, but I went out Saturday evening to meet up with one of my mom's coworkers who was up here for a conference. I had to walk the half mile to the metro station, but it wasn't that bad. It was kind of fun to walk in the streets with everyone else. We met up in Chinatown and then ended up having dinner at a hotel restaurant. I had a very delicious French onion soup. I don't mind walking, but it will be nice when buses start working like normal again. Though I heard that we're supposed to be having more snow tomorrow.
remadi: (thumbs up)
Just wanted to let y'all know that Pacabel came home yesterday. He's been doing well. Very clingy to me, like when I came home after being gone for 3 weeks. He's very cheerful otherwise and you would never guess he had surgery a week ago. He's on can food only for a week or so and then he gets the expensive dry food for the rest of his life.
remadi: (thumbs up)
Just a quick update about Pacabel. I got an email from Ashley's mom. She said that surgery went fine and he should be home soon (maybe tomorrow.) They're waiting until he can pee on his own before releasing him (they think there's some inflammation in his urethra so they're waiting for it to go down.) They promised to keep me posted. (Which probably means that they call out for me as they enter the house with Pacabel.)

She lives!

Jan. 7th, 2010 11:32 pm
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As [ profile] lila_blue_b can attest, I am still alive. I've been scanning LJ while in Florida and will have to post something substantive after I get back to DC. I have an 8:45am flight on Saturday. Wonder what fun things TSA has thought up for us now after Christmas? I'm sure I'll find out. Hope y'all had a fantastic Winter Holiday and New Years!
remadi: (hugh smile)
Hope everybody's week is spectacularly cheerful! Mine is filled with family staying at my house. So many people and no privacy. It's fun, but I'm glad it's only for a few days.

Random genealogy facts from my mother's side:

- One of my ancestors was Esther Susanna Arnold - Benedict Arnold's niece.
- My ancestors (the Flickingers) were involved in the Swiss peasant war of 1653, which was centered in Huttwil, their village of residence.
- One line on my maternal grandmother's side can be traced back to Charlemagne.
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This scene still amuses me, as well as the resulting interviews.

The more I see/read from David Hewlett, the more I enjoy the man.

Click for slight randomness and a small rant. )


Nov. 27th, 2009 11:40 am
remadi: (Glee)
Look at my adorably cute cousins (once removed) (with their new daddy) who were born the day before Thanksgiving! The boy is named Madden and the girl is Mason.

remadi: (brb fangirling)

Federal case

In 2006, Federal Judge Gregory Presnell from the Middle District of Florida ordered opposing sides in a lengthy court case to settle a trivial (but lengthily debated) point over the appropriate place for a deposition using the game of rock-paper-scissors.[16] The ruling in Avista Management v. Wausau Underwriters stated:

Upon consideration of the Motion – the latest in a series of Gordian knots that the parties have been unable to untangle without enlisting the assistance of the federal courts – it is ORDERED that said Motion is DENIED. Instead, the Court will fashion a new form of alternative dispute resolution, to wit: at 4:00 P.M. on Friday, June 30, 2006, counsel shall convene at a neutral site agreeable to both parties. If counsel cannot agree on a neutral site, they shall meet on the front steps of the Sam M. Gibbons U.S. Courthouse, 801 North Florida Ave., Tampa, Florida 33602. Each lawyer shall be entitled to be accompanied by one paralegal who shall act as an attendant and witness. At that time and location, counsel shall engage in one game of "rock, paper, scissors." The winner of this engagement shall be entitled to select the location for the 30(b)(6) deposition to be held somewhere in Hillsborough County during the period July 11-12, 2006.


The public release of this judicial order, widely circulated among area lawyers, was intended to shame the respective law firms regarding their litigation conduct by settling the dispute in a farcical manner.[citation needed]

remadi: (georgiana)
So I keep forgetting that Saturday is the 4th of July. I feel like I should be doing something because this is a holiday. I was wondering if any of you DCers had any recommendations for activities I could enjoy sometime over the weekend. Suggestions?


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