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December 10, 2003

pete kuzak desktop imagery

Last night I watched the second half of Galactica up in Baltimore at the furry chiropractor's office. He has a sheepdog who can open doors by himself. That was pretty trippy. Anyhow, the final half was just as good as the first, and it has a big component of what I loved about Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - DRAMA! Yes, it takes itself waay too seriously, which I love. And who would have thought...Earth as a myth?! Cool. And I was saddened to see that Boxey neither died nor was an evil Cylon human-impersonator (which would have justified his existence in my eyes). Like Jar-Jar Binks and many Scrappy-Doos before him, Boxey must die.

Here at work, the university offers installation of various work-related applications for home/personal computers, including virus scan and Office software. So I made sure my C:\ was 'clean' of any of my favorite already-migrated files last night when I got home. However, I've been looking at my desktop image of furry-chested Daddy Colt model Pete Kuzak for so long he just sorta became part of the landscape, so I overlooked that minor part of 'straightening up' my PC. This morning it occured to me that Daddy Pete would be greeting my IT support coworkers as soon as they fired up my computer, so I quickly replaced furry Pete with a furry raccoon pic instead.

Posted by jimbo at December 10, 2003 10:16 AM


Maybe all those woofy IT guys will see it and realize you are one hot homo and you can have hot sizzizle in your offizzle.

Posted by: GURL at December 10, 2003 11:32 AM

Hey Jimbo wanna join my "BOXEY & DAGGIT MUST DIE !" club?
(Hating them since March 1979)

Even in the Original series, they always thought Earth was a Myth. Adama being religious as he was,was one of a few who truly believed in the lost Colony of Kobol. It was not until the near end of the series that the rest of the Galactica began to think that Earth was a real place. The cool thing is that not until the very end do you know what era all these adventures take place.

Oh and Kudos on your tastes regarding DS9, the Prophets will be pleased :-)

Posted by: Dax at December 10, 2003 12:58 PM


Jimbo...you don't get that at Sound Factory! *TRUST*

Posted by: Adam at December 10, 2003 2:25 PM

I'm like a fur-seeking smart missile. I can find fur in a twink club. Just you wait and see.

Posted by: jimbo at December 10, 2003 2:56 PM

so how much for the computer all told? and what model was it?

Posted by: nate at December 11, 2003 8:53 AM

Dell OptiPlex GX270 Pentium 4, 2.80GHz, 512 Cache, Intel Gigabit NIC, 512 MB RAM, 333MHz, 64MB video card, 80GB Boot Hard Drive, MS XP Professional, with a CD DVD/RW whatever and all that.

Posted by: jimbo at December 11, 2003 9:26 AM

Very scary, I don't have cable, but I rented the original series on DVD from netflix. I forgot how much I hated Boxey. He needs to explode in vacuum.

However, you really must go to the IMDB database on that kid. He was the kid in the Neverending Story, and now he's a .......

Check it out.

Posted by: Glenn at December 15, 2003 7:59 PM