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Woohoo! It's my birthday! Thanks buddy! Lisa (that's my wife) just brought me some Hostess cupcakes (the chocolate ones with the white swirls across em) to work with candles in em. he he he, it was pretty cool. She got me a cool Camaro watch from crutchfield that I asked for. I have a decent collection of some cool watches, among which a very special Olympics watch; Blue Angels; The data Link from Timex, and many more (now including a cool Camaro one ).
Just passed 2AM here, and you hit me at 12:31 AM my time, so just barely entered the 27th (my birthday), good timing. I have to work the rest of this morning, and then again tonight, but I am not doing much so I can still do something later on this afternoon. Sunday a bunch of us are supposed to go to the Pub down in Mt Vernon, they serve up a very smooth, creamy Porter. I just bought me a new motorcycle (well, still in new shape, and new to me), a 1996 Yamaha Virago 1100 Special, so that's pretty much my birthday present to me. My mom got me a set of headers for my Camaro, and a new RF wireless keyboard for my mobile linux box. So all in all, it's a pretty damn cool birthday, and it's only 2AM