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February 27, 2005
poo

OK so last week I updated Jesusonic to 0.99, it's up and has a few nice little
improvements and a bugfix or two.

The other thing I want to note that I wasn't going to type out on my phone last
night is that I was lucky enough to receive additional screening flying back 
from Vegas, and they had some new thing I hadn't seen before, where I walk into
this little chamber, and maybe 30 air jets blow air on me, and I gather it 
sniffs the particles that came off me and decide whether or not I should be
trusted. Anyway, strange thing, in my exhausted state it was a little scary.
Well, not so much scary, just a little abrupt, that's all.







6 Comments:
Posted by Gio on Sun 27 Feb 2005 at 16:41 from 62.253.128.x
Sounds fun...

by the way i have something important to say,
do you really want that comma??? --> Feb 27,

:)


Posted by nightwolf on Sun 27 Feb 2005 at 16:46 from 66.11.78.x
nice, so the air port security knows if you showered or not that day.


Posted by internuggler on Sun 27 Feb 2005 at 17:24 from 128.223.198.x
well... tell us, what substances did the machine smell?


Posted by justin on Sun 27 Feb 2005 at 17:36 from 64.81.54.x
oops stray comma (thx). and I think it smelled guiness and scotch, probably.


Posted by romej.com on Sun 27 Feb 2005 at 17:43 from 68.1.69.x
Was that sniffing chamber at McCarran? I'll be flying in there Friday. During those security checks they normally do I'm always the guy that gets pulled aside and has to undo his belt or take his shoes off. Wonder what will happen in the chamber...


Posted by Dossy on Mon 28 Feb 2005 at 06:47 from 64.236.208.x
Justin, Jesusonic looks awesome -- I really need to build myself a setup to play with it. When you start taking orders for CrusFX, post an announcement! :-)


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