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You wake up at Sea-Tac.

I guess it was a matter of time. I'm sitting here in an airport, and I hitched to a T-mobile hotspot so that I could connect to the net. Specifically, I forgot to "cvs up" in a directory before I left my home, and I'm going to be nowhere near network access while I'm traveling, so this was somewhat of a problem. :-\ Hence, I connected up here at the airport (I also had to get the hotel information from my home computer... but that's a different story). [groan] The gate attendant for my flight just announced a delay. But then he said (I'm not kidding): "But I do have some good news; I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance -- I switched to Geiko."


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