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Class Dismissed.

My Online Information Services class is over. I have survived. The grades aren't out but there's no point worrying about those. Now is a time to celebrate, blast the radio and rock out! WOO HOO!!!

I finally saw the Stargate SG-1 episode "Enemy Mine" last night. That has to be the most mind numbing episode of the series I have ever seen. Chaka is not a character worth bringing back despite the fact the Unas are an interesting concept if not an interesting entity. What I mean this is, it was interesting the first time but not a third time. I will also say that someone should have knocked that moron to a submissive position instead of waiting for him to give in. I fail to see what he's doing in the Stargate program in the first place. While the program is run by the Air Force, what is really needed are officers who aren't the typical military stick-up- their-ass types who also like to blow shit up but instead officers who have a sense of diplomacy. O'Neill may not be all that good at diplomacy but seems to be able to tell when it's called for. Frankly, there should be more people like that in the real life military instead of the aformentioned type but maybe that's what truly makes this show science fiction...

On that note...

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No one would really know your name. You would be
called by what you do. For example, if you burn
your victims to death all the time, you would
be known as The Arsonist, or if you knife them,
you would be known as The Slasher. You would be
the mysterious killer who strikes at sporadic
times, and would be very difficult to catch.
You might dress up and mask yourself when you
perform your horrible killings. Your identity
would really be a mystery. Obviously you would
be wanted all over the place, and authorities
would desperately try to capture you. Even if
you were caught, you would not say much. The
public would greatly fear you because you could
just strike unexpectedly.


What Would Your Serial Killer Name Be? What Would the Public Know You As?
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