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Wednesday, July 03, 2002

Genetic Cucumber

From weather.com: "excessive heat warnings are posted from New York City southward for the Fourth; it's going to feel like the Okefenokee Swamp."

My god, it's so damn hot today, I actually bought cold soup from the soup lady on Prince (Spring maybe?). I nearly bought Gazpacho, but ... that's like drinking salsa.

Man, the job market must be tough! We got 500 resumes in 3 days for a new tech job opening on monster.com. Way too many to read. Some people were even willing to relocate to New York from faraway places like New Jersey. My advice: When emailing a resume don't use an attachment. The reader can search through them for skills (like perl, c++ , etc.), rather than clicking on each one. Also, don't use fancy fonts. And spell stuff rite.

Did you know that we (the human race, not me personally) can modify the genetic structure of a fully grown human using virual vectors? Avigen has conducted several successful trials on people. So don't worry, you won't be completely left out of the genetic revolution. Of course, your kids will benefit more. Microsort will guarantee your child will be free of certain defects, and if you slip them an extra $5K (on the sly), they'll guarantee musical talent, sports prowess and intelligence.

I'm the first one's gonna sign up for the "make me smarter" gene mod trial. I keep forgettin stuff, and my writing is crap.

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