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WP tells me this is the 1000th time the post-writing skeleton has been set up. A while has gone by, my friends.
[from a sticky note that has been sitting on my desk since its date, February 10th.]
the prodibase max
250w video recording device from the
’70s that recorded onto hot dogs
From Tim Lindenschmidt’s World’s Longest Hot […]
Here are some quick highlights for each category to keep you in the loop.
life: wake up, go to work, go home, eat my one good meal for the weekday with Mare, stay up ’til it’s time to go to sleep, sleep, repeat until the weekend, then the weekend flies by in two days and the […]
I finally had the chance to watch Semi-Pro on DVD tonight. I enjoyed it. I don’t watch enough comedies. I’m looking forward to the midnight showing of The Dark Knight tomorrow night.
I’m winding up for that explosion I mentioned at the end of last month. I’ve just been really hesitant to sit at the computer […]
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April has come and gone.
I’m hoping that May is more productive in my realm of creativity. I would like to do more writing that doesn’t involve spending more time on what you’re reading here than I should. Then again, I offered up the […]
This weekend was a success. I’d like to thank K$, Mare, and Neil for orchestrating the events so well, and the memories will stay embedded in my mind.
Friday night was the kick-off for the birthday celebration. We enjoyed a delicious dinner at Trudy’s and some quality drinks. I had my complimentary Mexican martini as well […]
I was planning on getting my haircut today, but I figured that I’d go get it tomorrow. The barber I normally go to is located near my mom’s house, and I have to pick up the food for the party that I’m keeping in her fridge. It’ll save me some gas if I do it […]
I had the idea that my boss had canceled weekly meeting I have with him and one of our vendors every Thursday at nine in the morning. He had actually canceled the meeting for next week, because he was going to be in London.
I didn’t realize this, until I went to work at my normal […]