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Thursday, December 19th, 2002

12:27a - Money can be exchanged for goods and services...
I think I'll be heading to the area surrounding Newark, DE. Interesting set of geocaches there and enough to stay overnight and make it a two-day trip. Provided, of course, the weather doesn't turn bad. That's about 150 miles from home, by the way.

Getting much closer now! My total at Where's George will be $99,813 after the next refresh. Most of that is just rebuilding the reserve after paying for the Philcon trip in cash. :)

Of course, it didn't help that I went to Palisades Center this evening. :)

Have a DVD player now and 2 DVDs, one of which I purchased at Philcon. I'll play one of those while stamping the 245 bills I entered into Where's George today.

Heard about PropertyRoom.com on the radio and found it interesting. It's a police auction brought to the net. I doubt that everything there is a good deal but if you have no qualms about buying stolen or confiscated goods, it might be worth checking out.

current mood: okay

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9:41p - Goodbye work. See you next year!
Hi to furrball. Thanks for adding me to your friends list, and I'm happy to reciprocate.

I'm on break until January 2. Yay! Eight days off. Use 'em or lose 'em. Well okay, there's a third option to sell them but I don't think it's worth it. So let the games begin! Tomorrow... Delaware and Maryland! I'll pack an overnight bag for the trip.

Went to the supermarket to get the 100 Grand candy bars (a whole pack of those) as planned. Also purchased a few other items (mostly Pringles) and because of that, I qualified for the free ham. Yes, that was enough to push my receipt total for the period between Thanksgiving and Christmas to the $175 level. More than half of that amount was spent the day after Philcon though. The refrigerator was empty.

current mood: excited

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