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  is atrociously coded, works for MSIE 6 & NSN 7.2 so far.
  Better not try Opera, I puked when I did.
  Miraculously enough, Mozilla
  Firefox kinda works too, phew.
  BUT. Not very well of course.
  NSN & MF can't see the Jscript
  navigation I put up, too bad ;p
  (In midst of upgrading, keep looking. Working on a table-less 100% CSS layout now, not this TABLE TR TD bullshit that can't even be cross-browser compat.)
Who's blogging, you ask?
kein.
- pronounced KAY-n.
- not to be confused with kelvin.
- the B's: basketball & books.
- singing, photography, movies.
 
the poook.
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ReL
- kein's sis.
- yet another once-in-a-blue-moon blogger.
- more to come eventually?
 
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iam tandem - an old story.
read it, download it here.
 
rainingberry auctions, lotsa stuff for sale. check it out! :O
 
brother sketch's niche ;)
 
the leongster's shots.
 
estee's dreams.
 
the recluse's pixels.
 
khelath's boredom.
 
cher's recipes 'n such.
 
maddox's best page in the universe.
 
rich burlew's OOTS comic strips, thrice a week!

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Recent rants

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Friday, October 7

of the name.

- kein, posted at 2:33 AM.

So I had been sick, and decided to break my nice squeaky clean record and get medically certified (aka MC) at my local clinic, shuffling my way down to the place I hadn't been to since my NS days. Heck, maybe the doctor's even forgotten who I am.

The new nurse took a look at my scribbled name, and began talking after she found my patient record.

"Kein? The problem with names nowadays, you all do it by yourself. Do you know that it won't be accepted if you're baptised?"

I was rendered speechless for a second, since it was like "What's it to you lady? Do I look like your son or something?"

Nevertheless, I simply smiled and replied.

"Well, it's my name."

She came back for a second round.

"Do you know that this name isn't even in the Bible?"

I resisted the urge to shove my slipper into her gaping mouth. In my mind, I was like "SO?" Man, what was her problem? Did I even mention that I was a Christian? I'm not even a fellow Christian and there she goes off rambling rambling rambling with all her talk. *rolls eyes*

She should save her preaching for someone else who'll listen to her though; talking to me is like yakking to a stone wall or something.

In reality, I simply kept a neutral expression and nailed my mouth shut. When you've nothing good to say, shove it.