Monthly Archives: September 2005

From The “You’ve Gotta Be Kiddin’ Me” Dept.

I just ran across this and I had to share it. The Army National Guard has joined forces with iTunes and they are offering three free mp3 downloads if you sign up with the Guard. I hope with all my heart someone intended that page to be a joke of some sort. Hell, iTunes only […]

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Leftover Goodness

With all the Hurricane stuff lately I haven’t felt much like posting anything silly. Now that things are semi-normal I need to clean out my bookmarks. Enjoy: Nerdy Stuff: 10 Tech Items Inspired By Science-Fiction 20 Tech Things They Don’t Want You To Know About. If nothing else it tells you how to kill Windows […]

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I’m A What?!?

I just took the Politics Test and this is what it said about me: You are a Social Liberal (70% permissive) and an… Economic Liberal (18% permissive) You are best described as a: Socialist Link: The Politics Test on Ok Cupid Also: The OkCupid Dating Persona Test Where I come from callin’ somebody a socialist […]

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This Post Has Nothing To Do With Tom DeLay, But Everything To Do With Writing

I was going to write a post about Christopher Hitchens (I just read his most recent article on Slate), but something else occurred to me so Hitch will have to wait. This blog represents one type of writing I do on a regular basis, but I also write papers for school, and I’ve been working […]

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Crazed Fan

Leigh asked me tonight why I gave Neil Gaiman the URL to this blog on a piece of paper from a Zyprexa notepad. I told her the notepad was on my desk and it was the first thing I grabbed before we left the apartment. A few moments went by before it occurred to me […]

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Neil Gaiman at Bookpeople

Tonight Leigh and I drove up to Bookpeople in Austin and watched Neil Gaiman read from his new book Anansi Boys. We also stayed and got several books autographed. Listening to Neil read from his book was quite an experience. After having heard Neil read I’m quite sure that when I read the book for […]

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Mobile Blog

Waiting for Gaiman.

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Rita Update

We had two family members unable to evacuate Orange and we heard from them this morning. No injuries, but they told us of significant structural damage to some of our family members homes. There were so many trees uprooted that even getting out of their yard proved to be a feat of athleticism. I hope […]

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Did You See Lt. Drebin On Bill O’Reilly?

Although Rita-related texts have dominated my interest, I did manage to find one video that I’ve had to watch over and over. As anyone who reads this blog regularly knows, I’m not a big fan of Bill O’Reilly. I believe I said once that if he yelled at me on his show I would try […]

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Confusion and Fear

I’ve been sitting here in front of the computer for close to an hour trying to figure out what I want to post about. I’m fighting the urge to go over to the television and turn to the weather channel. I don’t know if you’ve been watching them, but crack dealers must have taught them […]

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