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Oh boy, where to begin (they're all top goals);D

Lose weight - most definetly. Every year I try to fast (kind of the only religious observation I make), and that's usually after well into January. This year, Ramadan came early and I did not fast. Well, the post Ramadan binge didn't stop from coming, and sadly it was combined with the New Years binge. I prolly gained a good 10-15 pounds. I've never been a lightweight, but I'm not growing anymore ;) which is why I have to Get In Shape

Money Related well spend some. I've been saving up for a while now, and I have to get a new system (has to accomodate all my needs ~ gaming,A/V/Graphics editing...)and fix up the interior of my car.

Get a Date can't hurt (well it can, but that's not neccessarily a bad thing ;D). more is better

Become an Uber-Coder - I rate my self as almost Perl Adept (well I practically am, or will be in a day or two), but I need to get my c++ and Java foo up a bit more (c++ more than Java), and forget all javascript i know.

Win the Lottery ~ hell yes. I work for a non-profit, I need a house of my own.

Get a life ~ always (be less crazy)

Get a (new)? job ~ yup, contract work is always welcome, especially when its programming, and hopefully, this summer, i'll be working for/with some monger doing perl

Other ~ transfer out this infernal community college, jump out a plane, land at burningman, go to KY for New Year 2003 celebration.
 

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In reply to (podmaster) Re: Top goal for the coming new year by PodMaster
in thread Top goal for the coming new year by vroom

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