January 14th, 2002

Let me be your weeping Willow Tree...


I introduced a sock to sell-out Lucy. Her name is Mola and she gave Kevin Lucy's email address - TalulaFilangie@hotmail.com.

But I think ugh, Sally That Girl - is on to me. I think she is comparing IP addresses because she thinks Mola IS kevin.

One of you guys HAS to post as Mola2 (or another sock) saying that you are not Kevin.

I don't kno why I am enjoying this so much - I just enjoying fucking with those CC heifers.

I also would like to create Christ_Nerd the holy genius of the good word, werd.

I want to go home!
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Let me be your weeping Willow Tree...

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Lab 6 - Setup rc Scripts

Part 1: Create a fake service program

main ()
printf ("\n \n");
printf ("Congratulations! You have successfully implemented the rc script\n");
printf ("\n");
exit (0)

[root@localhost root]# ./carpald

Congratulations! You hvae successfully implemented the rc
script[root@localhost root]# ./carpald

Congratulations! You hvae successfully implemented the rc

Part 2: Create the carpal service script

#Carpal Start/Stop the Carpal Notice Daemon
# description: Carpald is a program which wakes up every 60 minutes and
# tells us that we need to take a break from the keyboard
# or we'll lose all functionality of our wrists and never be
# able to type again as long as we live
# processname:Carpald

#Sourc function library
. /etc/rc.d/init.d/functions

[ -f /usr/local/sbin/carpald ] || exit 0

# See how we were called
case "$1" in
echo -n "Starting Carpald: "

touch /var/lock/subsys/carpald
echo -n "Stopping carpald services: "
killproc carpald

rm -f /var/lock/subsys/carpald
status carpald
$0 stop
$0 start
echo "Usage: carpald start|stop|statusrestart|reload"
exit 1

exit 0
Let me be your weeping Willow Tree...

I love this song

I might be wrong
I might be wrong
I could have sworn
I saw a light coming on

I used to think
I used to think
There is no future left at all
I used to think

Open up, begin again
Let's go down the waterfall
Think about the good times
Never look back
Never look back
What would I do?
What would I do?
If I did not have you..

Open up and let me in
Let's go down the waterfall
Have ourselves a good time
It's nothing at all
Nothing at all
Nothing at all
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I finally dropped Tay's gift into the mailbox today. That's officially the last one.

Has everyone else gotten their Crafty gift?

And by the way... Where the Chung is Jenny?
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Shutcher quiche-hole, V-Fly, here it is.

Here's my quiche recipe. To answer your question, I don't make my own pie crust because:

A. It's time-consuming
B. I'm lazy
C. The generic frozen brand at my supermarket is pretty good and very cheap. Better than the namebrands I've tried.


1 9-inch pie crust
2 T unsalted butter
1 small onion, minced
1 10 oz. pkg fresh spinach, stemmed and washed*
1 t salt
1/4 t black pepper
3 large eggs
3/4 c. milk
1/3 c shredded swiss cheese

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Prick bottom of pie crust with a fork. Bake the crust until it starts to color, 10-12 minutes. Remove the crust from oven and set aside. Lower temp to 375 degrees.

While crust is in oven, melt butter in large pot. Add onion and cook over medium heat until soft (about 5 minutes). Chop the damp spinach and add it to the pan. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until spinach is tender, about 5 minutes. Drain off any liquid and season with salt and pepper.

Whisk the eggs and milk together in large bowl. Stir in spinach mixture and cheese. Pour mixture into prebaked pie crust. PLace the pie tin on a baking sheet and slide into the oven. Bake until pie puffs and top is golden brown, 35 to 40 minutes. Let settle for at least 10 minutes before cutting into wedges.

*I've substituted a package of frozen spinach here, defrosted and drained.

Don't forget to bake on a baking sheet because I've had it poof up and spill over.
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