Scott Hardie | March 9, 2002
Kelly's having Dave & company over to game tonight any minute now. I don't want them here at all, but they did a favor for her so I'm letting them come over once to game here. I was hoping to go out and catch a double feature and drive around for a while, but I'm out of money and Kelly's car can't go very far until it gets an oil change. So, I'm stuck here in the office all night, which would be fine with me, except I spent all day in here already. I'm already feeling caged.

Jackie Mason | March 10, 2002
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Scott Hardie | March 10, 2002
That's okay; it wasn't that bad. I only saw Dave briefly, when he first came in, and we talked about video games for a few minutes. Then I played SimCity all night and snuck off to bed when they were taking a smoke break on the porch. :-)

One of the shed doors got blown off during Saturday's windstorm - not that that would have stopped them. :-)

Kelly Hardie | March 12, 2002
You guys are mean. Why can't I have my friends over? It is my house too.

Scott Hardie | March 12, 2002
See new entry titled "Permission for Presence?"


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