"Well, that's Canada... Yup, good ol' Canada. They don't make generalizations about people because they're too busy playin' hockey or gettin' drunk or puttin' maple syrup on their ham."
Toronto, here I come!
I officially got word today at work that I can have Friday, August
29th26th off!! Woo hoo!! I was going anyway, but now I don't have to call in sick to do it, which means I won't have to feel guilty about calling in sick and I won't have to not talk about the trip to keep them from suspecting non-sickness on my part!
So, our tentative plan at this point is to get in the car and hit the road at about 6 or 7 on Thursday night & drive straight through to Toronto. That should have us getting there at about 8 or 9 in the morning. If we can get into the hotel that early we can catch a nap since the convention starts at 4pm.
*edit* Edited because I am a dumbass who doesn't look at calendars!
*edit* Grrr. Stupid LJ edit screen doesn't allow the same length of Subject line as iJournal does. I lost most of my "That 70's Show quote when I edited. Grrr. I've put it at the top of the post because darn it! I liked it! And it just doesn't work when shortened!
I'm feeling very smart right now! I figured out a way to have two yahoo mail accounts open without having to log in and out and in and out...
See, I have one yahoo address that I have never given anyone and it is just for LJ comments, and also when people send stuff to hellziggy at livejournal. I have never gotten spam at that address. My other yahoo is one I've had for about five years or so. It gets a lot of spam. I don't check it as often as I should because of the whole having to log out thing since you can only have one yahoo mail open at a time. Well, I never use IE to browse the net. I always use Safari. Turns out that I can stay logged in to one yahoo session in Safari and then open the other account in IE. Yes, it seems obvious, but I never thought of it because I just don't use IE on this machine, ever.
Check out this email/spam I got:
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*edit* For those who don't know, the humor in this is that I work for the parent company of the Creative Home Arts Club. I already get all the magazines free.