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meta – caught up, sorta

I’m pleased to http://www.zefamedia.com/buy-viagra-online-without-prescription announce that I have completely and cialis by mail'>cialis by mail totally caught up with my old backlog of only best offers cheap viagra overnight swapmeet pictures!  Happy day!  The old backlog, she is dead!

The only problem is that I now have a new backlog of like three dozen items that have shown up while I was working through the old backlog.

Dammit!

When I first conceived of the swapmeet, I imagined it as a real-time proposition, more or less—each evening, I would take pictures of anything new on the table, and post that in the next day or so.  And I still like that idea, but the http://orphanroad.com/viagra-generic backlog continues to be of considerable size, so it might be a while before I’m actually genuinely caught up.

Alas.  And some of you may have been presuming that this was a real-time feed.  Apologies for shattering the illusion.  There’s tissue on the coffee table—take your time.  Let it all out.  That’s it.  That’s okay.  You’re gonna be okay.

4 Comments »

  1. matildaben Said,

    September 21, 2006 @ 10:52 am

    Do you live in a really huge building? How can there be so many things in the laundryroom?

  2. Josh Millard Said,

    September 21, 2006 @ 10:58 am

    Building has probably 60-65 units total. The way I see it, if I were to see one new item each day, that would average out to a single item per unit every two months or so.

    Variables affecting that, in either direction:
    - more than one resident per unit
    - some residents disinclined to participate in swapmeet

    and, most importantly
    - more than one item dropped off by a single resident.

    If someone drops off five wallets, I’m not going to take a picture of each one. But if they provide two or three or five semantically disconnected items, each of those might get a writeup.

    A math major really needs to get involved, I think. Or an anthropologist. This is a thesis paper waiting to www.igotitcovered.org happen.

  3. Shaun McQuaid Said,

    September 22, 2006 @ 8:24 am

    Let me just say that I await the next installment with seething anticipation.

    Should you need guest analysts, I’m more than willing to apply for the intern position.

  4. Saffron Said,

    September 25, 2006 @ 9:26 pm

    I just can’t believe that everything on the table goes away. Like the headlight? There’s no place to park a car. Almost nobody in this building has a car.

    I keep expecting to see these items on purchase cialis or with other residents.

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