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March 3rd, 2004

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2004.0303.1546::Good things, bad things
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Since McDonald's decided to do away with Super-sizing value meals, I decided to grant them some patronage (no, not really). Truthfully, I wanted something quick and sweet, and their apple pie came to mind. Of course, their current apple pie is in no way comparable to their original, deep-fried apple pocket thing, but it's still pretty good. The ones I got today (two for a dollar) seemed to have an excess of butter on the outer crust, which I can still taste at the edges of my mouth.


The bad thing? I learned today that Microsoft Internet Explorer, the world's stupidest browser, has no concept of time zones when it comes to accepting Server Certificates (we're doing stuff with SSL). IE had trouble validating a certificate I generated today which should be valid for a year because the date was presented GMT rather than EST.

Microsoft, you are a dumn idot.

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xopherg::2004.03.03.01:12 pm
[User Picture]in Amsterdam, you can still buy the original deep fried goodness.
thepeopleseason::2004.03.03.01:22 pm
[User Picture]When I got my Royal with Cheese, I was hoping that Paris had the original DFG, but they had the baked one.
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thepeopleseason::2004.03.03.08:37 pm
[User Picture]Damn, that sounds tasty.

Mmmm... sweet potato pie.
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