I know I haven’t updated in a while. I’ve been insanely busy the last couple of weeks (business is good) and just haven’t had time to write anything. Rest assured though, I’ve been bookmarking a few things to post about. And more importantly, the site I’m passing along in today’s post will make up for […]
One of my top 5 favorite movies of all time is The Big Lebowski. I’m sure that my loyal readers, both of you, are shocked to hear this. I absolutely love the scene which generates the following dialogue, resulting in the dude indeed getting kicked out of the cab he had hired: The Dude: Jesus, […]
I stumbled upon the niftiest thing this morning on Boing Boing Gadgets. I’d summarize it myself, but Joel Johnson did a much better job than I could possibly do myself at 7am on a Sunday… Despite having nothing to do with Cheap Trick at all â€” except for the cheap trick we all play on […]
Yesterday there was an interesting post on Boing Boing about the bizarrely icky mating practices of giant squids, and as one would expect, the URL was promptly forwarded to a few of my friends. Inspired by the post’s title, Den wrote back, “‘Violent, Tangled and Deeply Weird’ – I think that’s a great t-shirt slogan.” […]
Yep! It’s true! So I’m now laying claim to the hexadecimal number “C6 8C 14 E1 9F 29 2A 6B 9E 6C C7 38 D2 80 9E 27” and if I wanted to, I could sue any of you bastards who decided to use that number for whatever dastardly purposes your evil little minds imagine. […]
Whoops! I didn’t get this photo up in time to make the usual “Nostalgia Tuesday” schedule. I apologize for that, my internets must have been clogged up. You can see here that at even at this young age I was well on my way to a fine career as a plumber. As you know, I […]
Check it out! This photo I took at the Busch race this weekend was featured as the “picture of the day” on GM’s FYI Blog today! Cool, huh?
I know I’ve been bad. I haven’t posted anything other than a few random camera phone shots in several weeks. But there’s a reason for my recent radio silence. I finally took a cue from Johnny Paycheck (as written by David Allan Coe) and shoved the day job so I could go into business for […]