Tuesday, February 28, 2006

me embola

que aplaudan a los autores del "robo del siglo", como si fueran héroes. Ayer Petti decía "este robo taaaaan creativo" y yo pensaba: "no te parecería creativo si a vos te hubieran robado USD 80k ."

La puta madre!

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Monday, February 27, 2006

che, ocho días

no es mucho? Para vacacionar después de las vacaciones, digo. (De escribir, claro.)

Sunday, February 19, 2006

esta noche toca pier

lo vas a poder creer?
esta noche nena, no te preocupes. vas a poder soplar la vela y se te va a empapar!

les juro que dice eso

Friday, February 17, 2006

pop pop pop, bitch

Child of the Week:
A 10-year-old boy in Fort Wayne, Indiana, passed
out candy to all his friends on the school bus.
Except it wasn't candy, it was a bag of Ecstasy.
Police estimate the value of the stash of more
than 130 Ecstasy tablets at about $3,000. The
boy told police that he got the pills from the
house where he goes to wait for the bus.

Not child of the week:
A 16-year-old boy in Michigan pleaded guilty
this week to murdering his mother by stabbing
her 111 times. Why? She discovered he was
trying to learn how to make a bomb.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Fwd: que jugador!!!

lo vi!
justo hoy vi la revista, busqué y apareció. así que no le hiciste nada raro?

On 2/14/06, chino wrote: QUE JUGADOR!


ahora si que soy el más grande!!!

Carito Rodriguez Jurado

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opa, mirámelos, que agresivos

news analysis Would you avoid buying a PC with an Advanced Micro Devices chip inside because it wouldn't let you host an Internet conference call with six of your friends?

Chip giant Intel is betting that at least some people would. Last week, Intel cut a deal with voice over Internet Protocol provider Skype that calls for the VoIP company to provide advanced conference-calling features exclusively on PCs that run Intel chips. As long as the deal is in place, it could effectively keep customers who want to take advantage of multiperson conference calls from going with AMD-based machines.

Though few would argue that a niche feature like that is going to be a deal breaker for most PC buyers, the importance of the Skype-Intel alliance goes well beyond VoIP conferencing. Indeed, it's the latest, and certainly most prominent, example of Intel's new take on marketing : Lock in software partners as well as the PC makers.

Monday, February 13, 2006

will & taye

El personaje Will Truman se transa a Taye Diggs... ver acá!

volví

más chocho que Ganesh fumando shisha