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Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Two alarms required...

I hate getting out of bed in the morning and actually need two separate alarms in order to haul my lazy ass up.

When the first alarm, my clock radio, goes off, I don't think I actually even hear it. My body subconciously reacts to the sound by flinging an arm out and slamming a hand down on the 'shut the fuck up' button, then it's back to sleep.

About 15 minutes later, my iPod goes off. I have a set of speakers plugged into the dock where it sits and charges. You use the iPod as an alarm clock and set it to make some sort of horrendously loud beep at the desired time. This is the alarm that actually makes me get up and, in a daze, hit the shower.

Time to start another day. It's hump day at least. On hump day I often give myself a mid-week reward by going to the nearest Dunks for an afternoon coffee. Right now it's time to get the mornin' one goin... (YAWN).


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Can't you get the iPod to pump out some great tunes instead of a horrendously loud beep? Or maybe that just wouldn't work and you'd lie there chillin' for another hour! ;-)

Ha ha! That is exactly what would happen!

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