Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wagn'nagl fhtagn ("In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming."). --HP Lovecraft, The Call of Cthulhu

The stars hath turned in the heavens once more: Mighty Cthulhu stirs. His dreams reacheth forth, communing with those with ears to hear. Iä! Shub-Niggurath! His thoughts trample down along the pathways of thy mind; thou knowest His footprints, each of which is a wound...

Monday, March 29, 2004

Been gone for a while for a couple of reasons: One mundane, and one more of a morale thing. I'm three tests away from my MCSE; school has been eating up most of my life for months now. I take 70-216 in a couple of weeks, and that's the "money shot" in this battery. If I pass, I'll at least have my MCSA, and can finally get a real job after almost a year of being unemployed (as of this writing, I am two days shy of one year since Earthlink exported my tech-support job to India).

The other reason that I haven't posted is that Wesley Clark dropped out of the race. He took with him much of my incentive for this tongue-in-cheek blog. I was just going to vote Kerry with a sigh of resignation, and forget the whole blog thing.


Shrub continues his march of lies and deception, and he continues to think that his stupid obstinance is a substitute for dedicated leadership. He still feels that catering to the wealthiest 1% is good for America, that a jobless recovery is just fine for Americans, and that we citizens don't know what's good for us.

Well, fuck him and all neo-cons sideways.

I can sincerely say that my lethargy has been healed by nothing less than ShrubCo's business-as-usual arrogance. For any neo-cons reading this: I was done, except that Bush wouldn't leave well enough alone. So don't thank me; thank him.

Post Scriptum: For those of you who don't know who Cthulhu is...for shame! Get literate, or get bent! Or, just click on the "Meet Thy Doom" link to the upper right of this page. Cthulhu is a daemon, an eater of worlds. His whole being is bent upon the destruction of the Rule of Man, and the enslavement of those who survive. Everything Cthulhu thinks is focused upon reestablishing his rulership of the earth. So, if he applauds someone, it is only because they have furthered the End of Mankind. In that spirit, Cthulhu really, really, likes Bush :-P

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