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The Live Wire is a fast-paced, action-filled blog filled with the collection of a now fairly known user's thoughts on events as they happen. The updates were intended to be short and sweet, though that was never really adhered to on a consistent basis. The content covered ranges wildly, from the latest and greatest to the criminally unknown, from opinions some may find disagreeable to irresistibility of varying qualifications. You may be entertained. You may be offended. You may be enlightened. You may even be disgusted. Is it a simple idea spiraled out of control? Perhaps. But it's all part of the ride. Prepare yourself.

  1. The USA vs. England World Cup game sounds weird.

    It's like there's a swarm of killer South African bees just outside the stadium, buzzing around and waiting for everyone to come out so they can have their way with them. While you do not see the bees, you do hear them buzzing around tirelessly.

    Maybe it's just the network I'm watching it on making the noise, I dunno. But it sounds like killer bees nonetheless
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  2. I wish more units in Disgaea had 3x3 straight in front skills

    Sword users, Jennifer, and Great Wyrm monsters (particularly Surt) just don't provide enough variety for me. Fist users have one too, as does Kurtis, but those are fire elemental, and the latter needs a lot of space behind him to work.
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  3. You know that feeling when you suddenly feel tired for no reason

    After say, sitting at your computer for a while? I hate that. And you're not really tired either - you shake it off soon after you try shaking it off (typically by getting up and stretching).

    Really. Fucking. Annoying.
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  4. Ducks were early today...and I even had a special guest!


    No, that's not a cowbird. Those things are black, and the males don't have funny little tufts on their head. This thing is...a quail! Not having been seen since one of the first of these picture-esque blogs taking place on my doorstep, they made a surprise appearance this noon. That's not a baby quail, by the way. It's just a fox sparrow. All five varities birds actually showed up, though the morning dove only hopped ...
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  5. Yesterday was pretty boring.

    Nothing happened, compared to Monday and Tuesday. Even Wednesday was somewhat more eventful. But Thursday just stank up the joint.

    Will today, Friday, be more eventful? We shall see!
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