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Dave, are you gonna fire Matthew?

Our neighbors across the street are having some kind of Halloween party. A million junior high kids have showed up, all in uniform.

Don't they know that there's a Notre Dame football game on right now?!?


In the first quarter of my retirement fund at IU, I've already lost money. Ugh!

In all fairness, it's probably due to the crash after Sept. 11.


BTW, in my last entry, I accidentally put some raw HTML rather than showing what I meant to show. Here's the key part for HTTP file uploads:

 <form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="./" method="post"> 

Again, the enctype is the critical part here.


The game here on Looieville NBC is running over, so we don't have TV coverage of the ND game yet -- it's almost 1.5 hours after the ND game started. Ugh.

The real audio announcers think they're funny, "The Irish are throwing left-to-right across your computer screen..."

All in all, it looked like it was raining like hell in South Bend, but we managed to beat West Virginia, 34-24. It was fairly evenly matched, but we came up with some big plays in the second half and wore down their offense. Looks like the Irish are starting to come together as a team.

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